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Stream Ecosystems in a Changing Environment

By: Jeremy B Jones(Author), Emily H Stanley(Author)
528 pages, ~170 photos and illustrations
Publisher: Academic Press
Stream Ecosystems in a Changing Environment
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Stream Ecosystems in a Changing Environment synthesizes the current understanding of stream ecosystem ecology, emphasizing nutrient cycling and carbon dynamics, and providing a forward-looking perspective regarding the response of stream ecosystems to environmental change. Each chapter includes a section focusing on anticipated and ongoing dynamics in stream ecosystems in a changing environment, along with hypotheses regarding controls on stream ecosystem functioning. These innovative sections provide a bridge between papers published in peer-reviewed scientific journals and the findings of researchers in new areas of study.


Hydrology and Geomorphology:
1. Quantifying and modeling hydrologic interactions in streams (Judson Harvey, USGS)
2. Regional hydrologic patterns and processes (LeRoy Poff, Colorado State University)
3. Geomorphic controls on stream hydrologic interactions (Jason Julian and Martin Doyle, Duke University)

Within Stream Processes and Stream Biogeochemistry:
4. Microbial ecology of streams (Stuart Findlay, Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies)
5. Hydrologic controls on stream metabolism (Robert Hall, University of Wyoming)
6. Nutrient spiraling and transport in streams (Jack Webster, Virginia Tech University)
7. Stream hydrology and carbon spiraling (Louis Kaplan, Stroud Water Research Center)

Land-Water Interactions and Nutrient Transport from Watersheds:
8. The role floodplains in a changing environment (Klement Tockner, Free University of Berlin)
9. Effects of lakes on stream functioning (Michelle Baker, Utah State University)
10. From headwaters to rivers: scaling in stream ecology (Wilfred Wollheim, University of New Hampshire)
11. Watershed controls on stream biogeochemistry (Jeremy Jones and Tamara Harms, University of Alaska Fairbanks)
12. Landscapes and regional stream ecology (Emily Stanley, University of Wisconsin)
13. Global models of river biogeochemical functioning (Scott Durelle, Virginia Tech University)

Human Impacts on Stream Ecosystems:
14. Restoration of human impacted streams (Emily Bernhardt, Duke University)
15. Human impacts on hydrology and the transport and fate of solutes (Nandita Basu, University of Iowa)
16. Management implication of human impacted rivers (Todd Royer, Indiana University)

Summary and Conclusions:
17. Synthesis and conclusions (Jones and Stanley)

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By: Jeremy B Jones(Author), Emily H Stanley(Author)
528 pages, ~170 photos and illustrations
Publisher: Academic Press
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