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This special issue contains 6 papers entitled: Standards for ecologically successful river restoration; Stating mechanisms and refining criteria for e...Read more
Alterations to river flow and morphology widely impact riverine habitats. Little is known about the consequences of such alterations on riparian arthr...Read more
River regulation and exotic plant invasion threaten riverine ecosystems, and the two often co-occur. By altering water regimes, flow regulation can fa...Read more
Regulation of the world's rivers and alteration of natural flow regimes have led to the degradation of floodplains and wetlands. Here, we investigate ...Read more
One of the main targets of river regulation with dams and dykes is the stabilization of highly fluctuating water tables. While there is information ab...Read more
The riparian vegetation of many rivers around the world is impacted by flow regulation for hydropower. Water levels behind dams are being raised to ge...Read more
The long history of river regulation has resulted in extensively changed ecosystem structures and processes in rivers and their associated environment...Read more
1. River regulation for hydropower is undertaken worldwide, causing profound alterations to hydrological regimes and running water habitats. Regulated...Read more
River regulation globally has reduced the riverine connectivity (longitudinal, lateral and vertically) with significant consequences for their abiotic...Read more
River regulation and abstraction have dramatically altered the natural flow regime of many rivers worldwide, but experimental investigations of the bi...Read more