Flow-related disturbance creates a gradient of metacommunity types within stream networks

@article{Campbell2015FlowrelatedDC,
  title={Flow-related disturbance creates a gradient of metacommunity types within stream networks},
  author={Rebecca Elisabeth Campbell and Michael J. Winterbourn and Thomas A. Cochrane and Angus R. McIntosh},
  journal={Landscape Ecology},
  year={2015},
  volume={30},
  pages={667-680}
}
ContextMetacommunities are sets of local communities linked by dispersal. Their characteristics are defined by both large-scale spatial processes such as dispersal, and local environmental processes, although which factors are likely to predominate in a given situation is poorly understood.ObjectivesWe investigated whether flow regime at the network-scale helped explain the relative importance of spatial and local-environmental processes in structuring stream metacommunities.MethodsSpatial… CONTINUE READING
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