This month's featured article: Contaminants in linked aquatic–terrestrial ecosystems: Predicting effects of aquatic pollution on adult aquatic insects and terrestrial insectivores Johanna M. Kraus. Freshwater Science 38(4): 919-927.
In this Issue
Larval quiescence in mayflies
Network models and aquatic-terrestrial linkages
In situ mussel growth and survival
Stream priorities in developed landscapes
On the Cover
On the Cover: East Fork of the Upper Arkansas River, a head water tributary of the Mississippi River near Leadville, Colorado, U.S.A. The degraded upstream hill slope is part of the active Climax Mine, a major producer of molybdenum. The mine drains away from the Arkansas River into tailings ponds to the north. Surrounding vegetation is dominated by deciduous willow, which are inhabited by riparian spiders that consume adult aquatic insects emerging from the stream. Photographer: Johanna Kraus, Fort Collins, CO, USA.
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