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Global Change and River Ecosystems - Implications for Structure, Function and Ecosystem Services

Proceedings
Series: Developments in Hydrobiology Volume: 215
Edited By: RJan Stevenson and Sergi Sabater
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Global Change and River Ecosystems - Implications for Structure, Function and Ecosystem Services
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Rivers around the world are threatened by changes in land use, climate, hydrologic cycles, and biodiversity. Global changes in rivers include, but are not restricted to water flow interruptions, temperature increases, loss of hydrological connectivity, altered water residence times, changes in nutrient loads, increasing arrival of new chemicals, simplification of the physical structure of the systems, occurrence of invasive species, and biodiversity losses.

This volume explores the broad range of determinants defining global change and their effects on river ecosystems. Authors have provided thoughtful and insightful treatments of specific topics that relate to the broader theme of global change regulation of river ecosystems.

The book is reprinted from Hydrobiologia, Vol 657.

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This book explores the broad range of determinants defining global change and their effects on river ecosystem.

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Proceedings
Series: Developments in Hydrobiology Volume: 215
Edited By: RJan Stevenson and Sergi Sabater
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
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