Saturday, March 19, 2022
This month's featured article: Quantifying spatial and temporal relationships between diatoms and nutrients in streams strengthens evidence of nutrient effects from monitoring data
Lester L. Yuan, Nathan J. Smucker, Christopher T. Nietch, and Erik M. Pilgrim See the entire issue.
In this Issue
- Phosphorus, algae, and detritivore food choice
- Riverine aquatic vegetation dynamics
- Autochthony is unrelated to algae availability
- Nutrient limitation in Yellowstone Lake
- Temperature, light, and stream metabolism
- Impoundments affect crayfish assemblages
On the Cover
On the Cover: Photograph of Carrington Island, Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Invasive lake trout spawn around Carrington Island and this site was used to experiment with a novel suppression method where analog pellets were added to the substrate. Photograph by Dr. Todd Koel
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