Temporary streams in temperate zones: recognizing, monitoring and restoring transitional aquatic-terrestrial ecosystems

@inproceedings{Stubbington2017TemporarySI,
  title={Temporary streams in temperate zones: recognizing, monitoring and restoring transitional aquatic-terrestrial ecosystems},
  author={Rachel Stubbington and Judy England and Paul J. Wood and Catherine Sefton},
  year={2017}
}
Temporary streams are defined by periodic flow cessation, and may experience partial or complete loss of surface water. The ecology and hydrology of these transitional aquatic-terrestrial ecosystems have received unprecedented attention in recent years. Research has focussed on the arid, semi-arid, and Mediterranean regions in which temporary systems are the dominant stream type, and those in cooler, wetter temperate regions with an oceanic climate influence are also receiving increasing… CONTINUE READING
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