Seasonality in the trophic basis of a temperate stream invertebrate assemblage : Importance of temperature and food quality

@inproceedings{Junker2014SeasonalityIT,
  title={Seasonality in the trophic basis of a temperate stream invertebrate assemblage : Importance of temperature and food quality},
  author={James R. Junker and Wyatt F. Cross},
  year={2014}
}
Ecologists have long recognized that ecosystems are open and that they receive substantial subsidies of energy and materials from beyond their boundaries. This recognition has spurred theoretical and empirical investigation of biotic and abiotic conditions that influence the importance of subsidies for recipient ecosystems. We combined temporal patterns of resource use (via stable isotope analysis), consumer–resource stoichiometry, and invertebrate production to quantify controls on the… CONTINUE READING
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