Dispersal distance and the pool of taxa , but not barriers , determine the colonisation of restored river reaches by benthic invertebrates

@inproceedings{Tonkin2014DispersalDA,
  title={Dispersal distance and the pool of taxa , but not barriers , determine the colonisation of restored river reaches by benthic invertebrates},
  author={Jonathan D Tonkin and Stefan Stoll and Andrea Sundermann and Peter Haase},
  year={2014}
}
1. Restoration is an increasingly central theme in river ecology. Recent studies have highlighted the importance of the species pool in the surrounding river network for determining colonisation of restored river reaches by both invertebrates and fish. 2. Using a comprehensive data set of 21 river restoration sites and 292 sites in the immediate surroundings, we tested the influence of distance to nearest colonist source on invertebrate colonisation based on a comparison of river network… CONTINUE READING
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