This month's featured article: Joint species distribution models reveal taxon-specific sensitivities to potential anthropogenic alteration
Darin A. Kopp, John L. Stoddard, Ryan A. Hill, Jessie M. Doyle, Philip R. Kaufmann, Alan T. Herlihy, and Steven G. Paulsen. See the entire issue.
In this Issue
- Insect migration traced by sulfur isotopes
- Nitrogen retention in an Antarctic stream
- Invertebrate indicators of streamflow duration
- Trace metal limitation of algae
On the Cover
Shown are native freshwater mussels collected from the Middle Fork of the Vermilion River in East Central Illinois, USA, including the state threatened Purple Wartyback (Cyclonaias tuberculata), and the state endangered Wavy-rayed Lampmussel (Lampsilis fasciola). Photo: Hugo Ruellan and the Prairie Research Institute.
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