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Life in a contaminant milieu: PPCP mixtures generate unpredictable outcomes across trophic levels and life stagest
Nearly all aquatic ecosystems are affected by sublethal levels of anthropogenic chemical contamination, but other agents of large‐scale anthropogenic disruption of ecosystems have received more attention. Consequently, ...
Long-term nutrient enrichment, mowing, and ditch drainage interact in the dynamics of a wetland plant community.
Fertilization studies have elucidated basic principles of the role of nutrients in shaping plant communities and demonstrated the potential effects of anthropogenic nutrient deposition. Yet less is known about how these ...
Seasonal home range dynamics and sex differences in habitat use in a threatened, coastal marsh bird
A comprehensive understanding of spatiotemporal ecology is needed to develop conservation strategies for declining species. The king rail (Rallus elegans) is a secretive marsh bird whose range historically extended across ...