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Appendices 1-4 to Direct and Terrestrial Vegetation-mediated Effects of Environmental Change on Aquatic Ecosystem Processes

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dc.contributor.author Ball, Becky A
dc.contributor.author Kominoski, John S
dc.contributor.author Adams, Heather E
dc.contributor.author Jones, Stuart E
dc.contributor.author Kane, Evan S
dc.contributor.author Loecke, Terrance D
dc.contributor.author Mahaney, Wendy M
dc.contributor.author Martina, Jason P
dc.contributor.author Prather, Chelse M
dc.contributor.author Robinson, Todd MP
dc.contributor.author Solomon, Christopher T
dc.date.accessioned 2009-10-28T21:17:06Z
dc.date.available 2009-10-28T21:17:06Z
dc.date.issued 2009-10-28T21:17:06Z
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/1928/9924
dc.description Supplementary materials (Appendices 1-4) for the published article with the referenced title in BioScience. These items have been peer-reviewed and are considered to be published along with the article. en_US
dc.description.abstract Global environmental changes have direct effects on aquatic ecosystems, as well as indirect effects through alterations of adjacent terrestrial ecosystem structure and functioning. For example, shifts in terrestrial vegetation communities resulting from global changes can affect the quantity and quality of water, organic matter, and nutrient inputs to aquatic ecosystems. The relative importance of these direct and terrestrial vegetation-mediated effects is largely unknown but essential to our ability to predict the consequences of global changes for aquatic ecosystems. Here, we present a conceptual framework for considering the relative strengths of these effects and use case studies from xeric, wet temperate, and boreal ecosystems to demonstrate that the response of aquatic ecosystems to drivers of global changes may not be evident when both pathways are studied separately. Future studies examining changes in aquatic ecosystem structure and functioning should consider the relative contributions of both direct and terrestrial vegetation-mediated effects of global changes. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship NSF en_US
dc.language.iso en_US en_US
dc.subject terrestrial-aquatic linkages en_US
dc.subject connectivity en_US
dc.subject global change en_US
dc.subject carbon cycle en_US
dc.subject aquatic ecosystem function en_US
dc.title Appendices 1-4 to Direct and Terrestrial Vegetation-mediated Effects of Environmental Change on Aquatic Ecosystem Processes en_US
dc.type Other en_US


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