March 2017, Volume 36, Issue 1
- N uptake kinetics in mountain streams
- Proliferations of toxin-producing Phormidium
- Thirty years of change
- Top-down control by Ninespine Stickleback
- DNA extraction for diatom metabarcoding
R. T. Hensley, M. J. Cohen. 2017. Flow reversals as a driver of ecosystem transition in Florida's springs. 36(1): 14-25.
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