All content is free for everyone to browse, download and share.
Tips for how to search on AER: type keywords into the search box or use the filtering options below to find the content relevant for you – including peer-reviewed journal articles and non-peer reviewed grey literature.
Member contents are currently categorised as ‘Miscellaneous’ while we work on an update.
Showing 68 results
In streams, hydrology is a predominant driver of ecological structure and function. Providing adequate flows to support aquatic life, or environmental...Read more
Streams and riparian zones are highly heterogeneous ecosystems. Their high biodiversity is promoted by variable flow velocities and water depths, stro...Read more
Many ecosystems are influenced simultaneously by multiple stressors, and the consequences of stressors are often unpredictable on the basis of knowled...Read more
Species immigration is vital for the success of restoring degraded ecosystems, but the effectiveness of enhancing dispersal following restoration is s...Read more
Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams (IRES) are watercourses that cease flow at some point in time and space. Arguably Earth's most widespread ty...Read more
Spatial scale of processes is necessary information to design appropriate ecosystem research and management. In-stream ecological processes are tightl...Read more
During 2016, as part of the National Water-Quality Assessment Project (NAWQA), the U.S. Geological Survey conducted the Northeast Stream Quality Asses...Read more
As ecosystems experience simultaneous disturbances, it is critical to understand how multiple stressors interact to affect ecological change. Land-use...Read more
Understanding which streams might support brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and brown trout (Salmo trutta) is valuable to conservation and resource ...Read more
Watershed management issues are among the many challenges facing natural resource managers in British Columbia, Canada. The B.C. Ministry of Forests, ...Read more