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BRIDGES fact sheets highlight the main points of each BRIDGES cluster using non-technical language to aid in the accessibility of BRIDGES issues.

Fact Sheets

Bridges Fact Sheet

Evidence of Thresholds in Freshwater Ecosystems and Implications for Managers

Thresholds Fact Sheet (PDF, 298k)

Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29(3): 988-1023, Sep 2010

 

Bridges Fact Sheet

The Links that Bind Aquatic Ecosystems

Linkages Fact Sheet (PDF, 1,882k)

Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30(3): 751-786, Sep 2011

 

Bridges Fact Sheet

Forest Management Practices Based on Emulation of Natural Disturbances (END): Implications for Aquatic Ecosystems

Forestry Fact Sheet (PDF, 580k)

Freshwater Science 31(1): 222-264, Mar 2012

 

Bridges Fact Sheet

The Role of Conservation Partnerships in Advancing Freshwater Science and Management

Conservation Partnerships Fact Sheet (PDF, 1,126k)

Freshwater Science 33(2): 670-692, Jun 2014

About BRIDGES

BRIDGES is a forum for contrasting or complementary perspectives on new and emerging ideas in aquatic science. Clusters of short articles offering different perspectives within a topic area are welcome. Topics that build across disciplines are preferred, e.g., integrating public policy and science, improving communication among scientists and other communities, or linking scientific disciplines. BRIDGES fact sheets highlight the main points of each BRIDGES cluster using non-technical language to aid in the accessibility of BRIDGES issues. Authors or guest editors with ideas for topics should contact BRIDGES Editors, Ashley Moerke (amoerke@lssu.edu) or Allison Roy (aroy@eco.umass.edu).

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