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    1. Braioni, MG; Gumiero, B; Salmoiraghi, G
      Leaf bags and natural leaf packs: Two approaches to evaluate river functional characteristics

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    2. Benfield, EF; Webster, JR; Tank, JL; Hutchens, JJ
      Long-term patterns in leaf breakdown in streams in response to watershed logging

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    3. Rulik, M; Zavrelova, P; Duchoslav, M
      Decomposition of two different POM types in surface water and within hyporheic sediments of a small lowland stream (Sitka, Czech Republic)

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    4. Fleituch, T
      Beech leaf break-down and POM storage along an altitudinal stream gradient

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    5. Sampaio, A; Cortes, R; Leao, C
      Invertebrate and microbial colonisation in native and exotic leaf litter species in a mountain stream

      INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF HYDROBIOLOGY
    6. Thomson, JR; Taylor, MP; Fryirs, KA; Brierley, GJ
      A geomorphological framework for river characterization and habitat assessment

      AQUATIC CONSERVATION-MARINE AND FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS
    7. Niyogi, DK; Lewis, WM; McKnight, DM
      Litter breakdown in mountain streams affected by mine drainage: Biotic mediation of abiotic controls

      ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS
    8. Gulis, V
      Are there any substrate preferences in aquatic hyphomycetes?

      MYCOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    9. Siefert, J; Mutz, M
      Processing of leaf litter in acid waters of the post-mining landscape in Lusatia, Germany

      ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING
    10. Usio, N; Konishi, M; Nakano, S
      Is invertebrate shredding critical for collector invertebrates? A test of the shredder-collector facilitation hypothesis

      ECOLOGICAL RESEARCH
    11. Keiper, JB; Casamatta, DA
      Benthic organisms as forensic indicators

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    12. Grattan, RM; Suberkropp, K
      Effects of nutrient enrichment on yellow poplar leaf decomposition and fungal activity in streams

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    13. Sponseller, RA; Benfield, EF
      Influences of land use on leaf breakdown in southern Appalachian headwaterstreams: a multiple-scale analysis

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    14. Hamilton, SK; Tank, JL; Raikow, DF; Wollheim, WM; Peterson, BJ; Webster, JR
      Nitrogen uptake and transformation in a midwestern US stream: A stable isotope enrichment study

      BIOGEOCHEMISTRY
    15. Royer, TV; Minshall, GW
      Effects of nutrient enrichment and leaf quality on the breakdown of leavesin a hardwater stream

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    16. Wollheim, WM; Peterson, BJ; Deegan, LA; Hobbie, JE; Hooker, B; Bowden, WB; Edwardson, KJ; Arscott, DB; Hershey, AE
      Influence of stream size on ammonium and suspended particulate nitrogen processing

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    17. Ramos-Escobedo, MG; Vazquez, G
      Major ions, nutrients and primary productivity in volcanic neotropical streams draining rainforest and pasture catchments at Los Tuxtlas, Veracruz, Mexico

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    18. Mathooko, JM; Morara, GO; Leichtfried, M
      Leaf litter transport and retention in a tropical Rift Valley stream: an experimental approach

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    19. Hill, WR; Mulholland, PJ; Marzolf, ER
      Stream ecosystem responses to forest leaf emergence in spring

      ECOLOGY
    20. Crowl, TA; McDowell, WH; Covich, AP; Johnson, SL
      Freshwater shrimp effects on detrital processing and nutrients in a tropical headwater stream

      ECOLOGY
    21. Havens, KE; Steinman, AD; Hwang, SJ
      Phosphorus uptake by plankton and periphyton in relation to irradiance andphosphate availability in a subtropical lake (Lake Okeechobee, Florida, USA)

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    22. Haggard, BE; Storm, DE; Tejral, RD; Popova, YA; Keyworth, VG; Stanley, EH
      Stream nutrient retention in three Northeastern Oklahoma agricultural catchments

      TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASAE
    23. Gustina, GW; Hoffmann, JP
      Periphyton dynamics in a subalpine mountain stream during winter

      ARCTIC ANTARCTIC AND ALPINE RESEARCH
    24. Essington, TE; Carpenter, SR
      Nutrient cycling in lakes and streams: Insights from a comparative analysis

      ECOSYSTEMS
    25. Villanueva, VD; Queimalinos, C; Modenutti, B; Ayala, J
      Effects of fish farm effluents on the periphyton of an Andean stream

      ARCHIVE OF FISHERY AND MARINE RESEARCH
    26. Sabater, F; Butturini, A; Marti, E; Munoz, I; Romani, A; Wray, J; Sabater, S
      Effects of riparian vegetation removal on nutrient retention in a Mediterranean stream

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    27. Morales, JBT; Ward, AK
      Snail grazers affect the fate of labile dissolved organic C in streams

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    28. Bonin, HL; Griffiths, RP; Caldwell, BA
      Nutrient and microbiological characteristics of fine benthic organic matter in mountain streams

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    29. McGrath, CC; Matthews, RA
      Cellulase activity in the freshwater amphipod Gammarus lacustris

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    30. Mulholland, PJ; Tank, JL; Sanzone, DM; Wollheim, WM; Peterson, BJ; Webster, JR; Meyer, JL
      Food resources of stream macroinvertebrates determined by natural-abundance stable C and N isotopes and a N-15 tracer addition

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    31. Casas, JJ; Zamora-Munoz, C; Archila, F; Alba-Tercedor, J
      The effect of a headwater dam on the use of leaf bags by invertebrate communities

      REGULATED RIVERS-RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT
    32. Buzby, KM; Perry, SA
      Modeling the potential effects of climate change on leaf pack processing in central Appalachian streams

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    33. Rosemond, AD; Mulholland, PJ; Brawley, SH
      Seasonally shifting limitation of stream periphyton: response of algal populations and assemblage biomass and productivity to variation in light, nutrients, and herbivores

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES
    34. Sovell, LA; Vondracek, B; Frost, JA; Mumford, KG
      Impacts of rotational grazing and riparian buffers on physicochemical and biological characteristics of southeastern Minnesota, USA, streams

      ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
    35. Qualls, RG; Richardson, CJ
      Phosphorus enrichment affects litter decomposition, immobilization, and soil microbial phosphorus in wetland mesocosms

      SOIL SCIENCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA JOURNAL
    36. Shelley, RCL; Perry, JA
      Evaluation of bacterial recovery efficiency and counting precision from decaying leaf litter in Little Rock Lake, Wisconsin, USA

      JOURNAL OF FRESHWATER ECOLOGY
    37. Rossi, L; Costantini, ML
      Mapping the intra-habitat variation of leaf mass loss rate in a brackish Mediterranean lake

      MARINE ECOLOGY-PROGRESS SERIES
    38. Bourassa, N; Cattaneo, A
      Responses of a lake outlet community to light and nutrient manipulation: effects on periphyton and invertebrate biomass and composition

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    39. Pearson, RG; Connolly, NM
      Nutrient enhancement, food quality and community dynamics in a tropical rainforest stream

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    40. Macia, A; Bradshaw, WE
      Seasonal availability of resources and habitat degradation for the westerntree-hole mosquito, Aedes sierrensis

      OECOLOGIA
    41. Driebe, EM; Whitham, TG
      Cottonwood hybridization affects tannin and nitrogen content of leaf litter and alters decomposition

      OECOLOGIA
    42. Robinson, CT; Gessner, MO
      Nutrient addition accelerates leaf breakdown in an alpine springbrook

      OECOLOGIA
    43. Quinn, JM; Burrell, GP; Parkyn, SM
      Influences of leaf toughness and nitrogen content on in-stream processing and nutrient uptake by litter in a Waikato, New Zealand, pasture stream andstreamside channels

      NEW ZEALAND JOURNAL OF MARINE AND FRESHWATER RESEARCH
    44. Wellnitz, TA; Ward, JV
      Herbivory and irradiance shape periphytic architecture in a Swiss alpine stream

      LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY
    45. Sabetta, L; Costantini, ML; Maggi, O; Persiani, AM; Rossi, L
      Interactions between detritivores and microfungi during the leaf detritus decomposition in a volcanic lake (Lake Vico central Italy)

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    46. Battle, JM; Mihuc, TB
      Decomposition dynamics of aquatic macrophytes in the lower Atchafalaya, a large floodplain river

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    47. Mulholland, PJ; Tank, JL; Sanzone, DM; Wollheim, WM; Peterson, BJ; Webster, JR; Meyer, JL
      Nitrogen cycling in a forest stream determined by a N-15 tracer addition

      ECOLOGICAL MONOGRAPHS
    48. Sridhar, KR; Barlocher, F; Krauss, G
      Decomposition and fungal colonization of Fontinalis antipyretica var. gracilis (Bryophyta)

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    49. Munoz, I; Real, M; Guasch, H; Navarro, E; Sabater, S
      Resource limitation by freshwater snail (Stagnicola vulnerata) grazing pressure: an experimental study

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    50. Hutchens, JJ; Benfield, EF
      Effects of forest defoliation by the gypsy moth on detritus processing in southern Appalachian streams

      AMERICAN MIDLAND NATURALIST
    51. Meyer, JL; Sale, MJ; Mulholland, PJ; Poff, NL
      Impacts of climate change on aquatic ecosystem functioning and health

      Journal of the american water resources association
    52. Reddy, KR; Kadlec, RH; Flaig, E; Gale, PM
      Phosphorus retention in streams and wetlands: A review

      CRITICAL REVIEWS IN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    53. Wollheim, WM; Peterson, BJ; Deegan, LA; Bahr, M; Hobbie, JE; Jones, D; Bowden, WB; Hershey, AE; Kling, GW; Miller, MC
      A coupled field and modeling approach for the analysis of nitrogen cyclingin streams

      JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    54. Schultheis, AS; Hendricks, AC
      The role of copper accumulations on leaves in the inhibition of leaf decomposition in a mountain stream

      JOURNAL OF FRESHWATER ECOLOGY
    55. Gessner, MO; Chauvet, E; Dobson, M
      A perspective on leaf litter breakdown in streams

      OIKOS
    56. Davis, JC; Minshall, GW
      Nitrogen and phosphorus uptake in two Idaho (USA) headwater wilderness streams

      OECOLOGIA
    57. Janssen, MA; Walker, KF
      Processing of riparian and wetland plant litter in the River Murray, SouthAustralia

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    58. Heard, SB; Schultz, GA; Ogden, CB; Griesel, TC
      Mechanical abrasion and organic matter processing in an Iowa stream

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    59. Pope, RJ; Gordon, AM; Kaushik, NK
      Leaf litter colonization by invertebrates in the littoral zone of a small oligotrophic lake

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    60. Dent, CL; Grimm, NB
      Spatial heterogeneity of stream water nutrient concentrations over successional time

      ECOLOGY
    61. Naamane, B; Chergui, H; Pattee, E
      The breakdown of leaves of poplar and holm oak in three Moroccan streams: effect of burial in the sediment

      ANNALES DE LIMNOLOGIE-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LIMNOLOGY
    62. SUBERKROPP K
      EFFECT OF DISSOLVED NUTRIENTS ON 2 AQUATIC HYPHOMYCETES GROWING ON LEAF-LITTER

      Mycological research
    63. JORDANMEILLE L; DORIOZ JM; WANG D
      ANALYSIS OF THE EXPORT OF DIFFUSE PHOSPHORUS FROM A SMALL RURAL WATERSHED

      Agronomie
    64. MURPHY JF; GILLER PS; HORAN MA
      SPATIAL SCALE AND THE AGGREGATION OF STREAM MACROINVERTEBRATES ASSOCIATED WITH LEAF PACKS

      Freshwater Biology
    65. Peterson, CG; Vormittag, KA; Valett, HM
      Ingestion and digestion of epilithic algae by larval insects in a heavily grazed montane stream

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    66. Ledger, M; Hildrew, AG
      Temporal and spatial variation in the epilithic biofilm of an acid stream.

      FRESHWATER BIOLOGY
    67. POZO J; BASAGUREN A; ELOSEGUI A; MOLINERO J; FABRE E; CHAUVET E
      AFFORESTATION WITH EUCALYPTUS-GLOBULUS AND LEAF-LITTER DECOMPOSITION IN STREAMS OF NORTHERN SPAIN

      Hydrobiologia
    68. Beisel, JN; Usseglio-Polatera, P; Thomas, S; Moreteau, JC
      Stream community structure in relation to spatial variation: the influenceof mesohabitat characteristics

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    69. Dieterich, M; Anderson, NH
      Dynamics of abiotic parameters, solute removal and sediment retention in summer-dry headwater streams of western Oregon

      HYDROBIOLOGIA
    70. WAGENER SM; OSWOOD MW; SCHIMEL JP
      RIVERS AND SOILS - PARALLELS IN CARBON AND NUTRIENT PROCESSING

      Bioscience
    71. HAAPALA A; MUOTKA T
      SEASONAL DYNAMICS OF DETRITUS AND ASSOCIATED MACROINVERTEBRATES IN A CHANNELIZED BOREAL STREAM

      Archiv fur Hydrobiologie
    72. FRIBERG N
      BENTHIC INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES IN 6 DANISH FOREST STREAMS - IMPACT OF FOREST TYPE ON STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION

      Ecography
    73. SCHADE JD; FISHER SG
      LEAF-LITTER IN A SONORAN DESERT STREAM ECOSYSTEM

      Journal of the North American Benthological Society
    74. MULHOLLAND PJ
      ORGANIC-MATTER DYNAMICS IN THE WEST FORK OF WALKER-BRANCH, TENNESSEE,USA

      Journal of the North American Benthological Society
    75. JONES JB
      BENTHIC ORGANIC-MATTER STORAGE IN STREAMS - INFLUENCE OF DETRITAL IMPORT AND EXPORT, RETENTION MECHANISMS, AND CLIMATE

      Journal of the North American Benthological Society
    76. VALETT HM; DAHM CN; CAMPANA ME; MORRICE JA; BAKER MA; FELLOWS CS
      HYDROLOGIC INFLUENCES ON GROUNDWATER SURFACE-WATER ECOTONES - HETEROGENEITY IN NUTRIENT COMPOSITION AND RETENTION

      Journal of the North American Benthological Society
    77. SCHULZE DJ; WALKER KF
      RIPARIAN EUCALYPTS AND WILLOWS AND THEIR SIGNIFICANCE FOR AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES IN THE RIVER MURRAY, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

      Regulated rivers
    78. BERGLUND O; LARSSON P; BRONMARK C; GREENBERG L; EKLOV A; OKLA L
      FACTORS INFLUENCING ORGANOCHLORINE UPTAKE IN AGE-0 BROWN TROUT (SALMO-TRUTTA) IN LOTIC ENVIRONMENTS

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    79. PETERSON BJ; BAHR M; KLING GW
      A TRACER INVESTIGATION OF NITROGEN CYCLING IN A PRISTINE TUNDRA RIVER

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    80. NEELY RK; WETZEL RG
      AUTUMNAL PRODUCTION BY BACTERIA AND AUTOTROPHS ATTACHED TO TYPHA-LATIFOLIA L DETRITUS

      Journal of freshwater ecology
    81. KOETSIER P; MCARTHUR JV; LEFF LG
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL RESPONSE OF STREAM BACTERIA TO SOURCES OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON IN A BLACKWATER STREAM SYSTEM

      Freshwater Biology
    82. MULHOLLAND PJ; HILL WR
      SEASONAL PATTERNS IN STREAMWATER NUTRIENT AND DISSOLVED ORGANIC-CARBON CONCENTRATIONS - SEPARATING CATCHMENT FLOW PATH AND IN-STREAM EFFECTS

      Water resources research
    83. PARKYN SM; WINTERBOURN MJ
      LEAF BREAKDOWN AND COLONIZATION BY INVERTEBRATES IN A HEADWATER STREAM - COMPARISONS OF NATIVE AND INTRODUCED TREE SPECIES

      New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
    84. HUTCHENS JJ; BENFIELD EF; WEBSTER JR
      DIET AND GROWTH OF A LEAF-SHREDDING CADDISFLY IN SOUTHERN APPALACHIANSTREAMS OF CONTRASTING DISTURBANCE HISTORY

      Hydrobiologia
    85. ROYER TV; MINSHALL GW
      RAPID BREAKDOWN OF ALLOCHTHONOUS AND AUTOCHTHONOUS PLANT-MATERIAL IN A EUTROPHIC RIVER

      Hydrobiologia
    86. PESACRETA GJ
      RESPONSE OF THE STONEFLY PTERONARCYS DORSATA IN ENCLOSURES FROM AN URBAN NORTH-CAROLINA STREAM

      Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology
    87. XIONG SJ; NILSSON C
      DYNAMICS OF LEAF-LITTER ACCUMULATION AND IT EFFECTS ON RIPARIAN VEGETATION - A REVIEW

      The Botanical review
    88. MAAMRI A; CHERGUI H; PATTEE E
      LEAF-LITTER PROCESSING IN A TEMPORARY NORTHEASTERN MOROCCAN RIVER

      Archiv fur Hydrobiologie
    89. GAYTE X; FONTVIEILLE D
      AUTOCHTHONOUS VS. ALLOCHTHONOUS ORGANIC-MATTER INGESTED BY A MACROINVERTEBRATE IN HEADWATER STREAMS - GAMMARUS SP. AS A BIOLOGICAL PROBE

      Archiv fur Hydrobiologie
    90. SCHWARZ AE; SCHWOERBEL J
      THE AQUATIC PROCESSING OF SCLEROPHYLLOUS AND MALACOPHYLLOUS LEAVES ONA MEDITERRANEAN ISLAND (CORSICA) - SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL PATTERN

      Annales de Limnologie
    91. PAUL MJ; MEYER JL
      FUNGAL BIOMASS OF 3 LEAF-LITTER SPECIES DURING DECAY IN AN APPALACHIAN STREAM

      Journal of the North American Benthological Society
    92. ALLEN NS; HERSHEY AE
      SEASONAL-CHANGES IN CHLOROPHYLL-ALPHA RESPONSE TO NUTRIENT AMENDMENTSIN A NORTH SHORE TRIBUTARY OF LAKE-SUPERIOR

      Journal of the North American Benthological Society
    93. HUDON C; MORIN R; BUNCH J; HARLAND R
      CARBON AND NUTRIENT OUTPUT FROM THE GREAT WHALE RIVER (HUDSON-BAY) AND A COMPARISON WITH OTHER RIVERS AROUND QUEBEC

      Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences
    94. MOLINERO J; POZO J; GONZALEZ E
      LITTER BREAKDOWN IN STREAMS OF THE AGUERA CATCHMENT - INFLUENCE OF DISSOLVED NUTRIENTS AND LAND-USE

      Freshwater Biology
    95. ROWE JM; MEEGAN SK; ENGSTROM ES; PERRY SA; PERRY WB
      COMPARISON OF LEAF PROCESSING RATES UNDER DIFFERENT TEMPERATURE REGIMES IN 3 HEADWATER STREAMS

      Freshwater Biology
    96. FUSS CL; SMOCK LA
      SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION OF MICROBIAL RESPIRATION RATES IN A BLACKWATER STREAM

      Freshwater Biology
    97. REDDY KR; FLAIG E; SCINTO LJ; DIAZ O; DEBUSK TA
      PHOSPHORUS ASSIMILATION IN A STREAM SYSTEM OF THE LAKE OKEECHOBEE BASIN

      Water resources bulletin
    98. MAHARNING AR; BARLOCHER F
      GROWTH AND REPRODUCTION IN AQUATIC HYPHOMYCETES

      Mycologia
    99. VALETT HM; MORRICE JA; DAHM CN; CAMPANA ME
      PARENT LITHOLOGY, SURFACE-GROUNDWATER EXCHANGE, AND NITRATE RETENTIONIN HEADWATER STREAMS

      Limnology and oceanography
    100. MEEGAN SK; PERRY SA; PERRY WB
      DETRITAL PROCESSING IN STREAMS EXPOSED TO ACIDIC PRECIPITATION IN THECENTRAL APPALACHIAN MOUNTAINS

      Hydrobiologia


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