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There is compelling evidence that anthropogenic disturbance can decrease biodiversity and impair ecological functioning. A major challenge to biodiver...Read more
Stream liming can alleviate the effects of anthropogenic acidification but itself constitutes a substantial ecosystem-level perturbation. Acidity in t...Read more
Riparian trees regulate aquatic ecosystem processes, such as inputs of light, organic matter and nutrients, that can be altered dramatically when thes...Read more
Scientific understanding of acidification in aquatic ecosystems relies on effective assessment, which at present is mostly limited to chemical and som...Read more
Over the past centuries, European streams have been heavily influenced by humans through pollution and regulation. As a result, the quality and divers...Read more
Drainage of peat-dominated catchments across the world has caused widespread degradation of peat and freshwater ecosystem services. In the UK, an esti...Read more
Bioassessment in running waters has focused primarily on the impacts of organic pollution on community structure. Other stressors (e.g. invasive speci...Read more
Increasing degradation of ecological conditions in streams because of human activities has prompted widespread restoration attempts; however, the ecol...Read more
Habitat fragmentation is a pervasive threat to biodiversity. Linearly arranged habitats such as stream networks are particularly vulnerable to fragmen...Read more
Recent controversies associated with ditched forest roads and stream crossings in the Pacific Northwest have focused national attention on sediment pr...Read more