Articles citing this article

The Citing articles tool gives a list of articles citing the current article.
The citing articles come from EDP Sciences database, as well as other publishers participating in CrossRef Cited-by Linking Program. You can set up your personal account to receive an email alert each time this article is cited by a new article (see the menu on the right-hand side of the abstract page).

Cited article:

Flow pulses shape periphyton differently according to local light and nutrient conditions in experimental lowland streams

Clementina Calvo, Juan Pablo Pacheco, Celina Aznarez, Erik Jeppesen, Annette Baattrup‐Pedersen and Mariana Meerhoff
Freshwater Biology 67 (7) 1272 (2022)

Nutrient limitation of primary production in rivers along a land use gradient in the Lake Biwa Basin, Shiga Prefecture, Japan

Christine L. Weilhoefer, Shin-ichi Nakano, Souyma Deb and Keitaro Fukushima
Aquatic Ecology 56 (4) 1177 (2022)

Application of Flow-Ecology Analysis to Inform Prioritization for Stream Restoration and Management Actions

Katie Irving, Kristine T. Taniguchi-Quan, Amanda Aprahamian, et al.
Frontiers in Environmental Science 9 (2022)

Restoration-mediated alteration induces substantial structural changes, but negligible shifts in functional and phylogenetic diversity of a non-target community: a case study from a soda pan

Pál Boda, Tamás Bozóki, Eszter Á. Krasznai-K., et al.
Hydrobiologia 848 (4) 857 (2021)

Experimental nitrogen and phosphorus enrichment stimulates multiple trophic levels of algal and detrital‐based food webs: a global meta‐analysis from streams and rivers

Marcelo Ardón, Lydia H. Zeglin, Ryan M. Utz, Scott D. Cooper, Walter K. Dodds, Rebecca J. Bixby, Ayesha S. Burdett, Jennifer Follstad Shah, Natalie A. Griffiths, Tamara K. Harms, Sherri L. Johnson, Jeremy B. Jones, John S. Kominoski, William H. McDowell, Amy D. Rosemond, Matt T. Trentman, David Van Horn and Amelia Ward
Biological Reviews 96 (2) 692 (2021)

Episodic loadings of phosphorus influence growth and composition of benthic algae communities in artificial stream mesocosms

Nolan J.T. Pearce, Kathryn E. Thomas, Isabelle Lavoie, Patricia A. Chambers and Adam G. Yates
Water Research 185 116139 (2020)