This month's featured article: Beta diversity of stream insects differs between boreal and subtropical regions, but land use does not generally cause biotic homogenization
D. K. Petsch, V. S. Saito, V. L. Landeiro, T. S. F. Silva, L. M. Bini, J. Heino, J. Soininen, K. T. Tolonen, J. Jyrkänkallio-Mikkola, V. Pajunen, T. Siqueira, and A. S. Melo Freshwater Science 40(1): 53-64. See the entire issue.
In this Issue
Intermittency mediates leaf breakdown
Influence of nutrients and warming on periphyton
Modeling thermal metrics to aid fish management
Algal photosynthetic response to translocation
Downstream transport of mollusk eDNA
Confronting existing ecological knowledge
Ephemeral stream maps show policy implications
On the Cover
On the Cover: Cyanobacteria in an experimental aquarium (top image) and Nostoc verrucosum Vauch. ex Born. & Flah. (2nd image), Microcoleus autumnalis (Gom.) Strun., Kom. & J. R. Johans (3rd image), and Cladophora glomerata (L.) Kütz. (4th image) in a reach of the South Fork Eel River, California that runs through the Angelo Coast Range Reserve (part of the University of California Natural Reserve System).
Top photograph by Leon Katona and bottom three photographs by Paula C. Furey
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