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Detail of Yellow Fremont Cottonwood Leaves in Autumn Stream
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As part of a large interdisciplinary team, with funding from the National Science Foundation, we have studied how genetic and...
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Ecologists often equate litter quality with decomposition rate. In soil and sediments, litter that is rapidly decomposed by microbes often...
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Disruptions of natural flow impair rivers and streams worldwide. Those conducting restoration efforts have rarely explored how and when stream...
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Leaf litter provides an important nutrient subsidy to headwater streams, but little is known about how tree genetics influences energy...
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Labile carbon (C) input to soil can accelerate or slow the decomposition of soil organic matter, a phenomenon called priming....
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Terrestrial leaf litter provides aquatic insects with an energy source and habitat structure, and species differences in litter can influence aquatic...
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The linkages between fluvial geomorphology and aquatic ecosystems are commonly conceptualized as a one-way causal chain in which geomorphic processes...
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Leaf litter decomposition plays a major role in nutrient dynamics in forested streams. The chemical composition of litter affects its...
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The effects of plant genetics on predators, especially those not living on the plant itself, are rarely studied and poorly...
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Dissolved organic C (DOC) leached from leaf litter contributes to the C pool of stream ecosystems and affects C cycling...
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