This month's featured article: Wildfire and drying legacies and stream invertebrates assemblages
Scott D. Cooper, Kristie Klose, David B. Herbst, Jason White, S. Matthew Drenner, and Erika J. Eliason See the entire issue.
In this Issue
Algal priming of organic matter decomposition
Lack of long-term restoration effect of CWD dams
Flow, temperature, and crayfish recruitment
Aquatic insect beta diversity in streams
Wetland macroinvertebrates and detritus
On the Cover
On the Cover: Photograph of Rose Valley Creek, California, Dec. 2017, illustrating the eﬀects of the 2017-18 Thomas Fire on southern California streams. Rose Valley Creek is a tributary to Sespe Creek, which, in turn, is a tributary to the Santa Clara River. Photograph by Dr. Kristie Klose
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