This month's featured article: Reconceptualizing the hyporheic zone for nonperennial rivers and streams
Amanda G. DelVecchia, Margaret Shanafield, Margaret A. Zimmer, Michelle H. Busch, Corey A. Krabbenhoft, Rachel Stubbington, Kendra E. Kaiser, Ryan M. Burrows, Jake Hosen, Thibault Datry, Stephanie K. Kampf, Samuel C. Zipper, Ken Fritz, Katie Costigan, and Daniel C. Allen See the entire issue.
In this Issue
- Backing off from riparian development
- Riverine nutrient processing domains
- Age-dependent mayfly sensitivity to ions
- In-season freshwater fish decision triggers
- Biogeography of floodplain protist ciliates
- Hemlock death and stream algae
On the Cover
On the Cover: Drawing of the gills of the mayfly, Neocloeon triangulifer. This model species was used to assess major ion toxicity at different larval stages. The gills are the primary site of apical ion transport. Drawing and original microphotograph by Dr. Sarah E. Orr, North Carolina State University.
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