Topics in River Structure and Function: Further Resources
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Topics in River Structure and Function: Further Resources

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The authors and editors of Topics in River Structure and Function have identified the following free online resources of updated information relevant to the themes explored in the compilation:

Hubbard Brook Ecosystem Study
http://www.hubbardbrook.org/

Web page for the Long Term Resource Monitoring Program on the Upper Mississippi River System, Upper Midwest Environment Sciences Center.
http://www.umesc.usgs.gov/ltrmp.html

Status and trends of selected resources in the Upper Mississippi River System: U.S. Geological Survey, Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center, La Crosse, Wisconsin. Technical Report LTRMP 2008-T002. Johnson, B.L., and Hagerty, K.H., eds, 2008.
http://pubs.usgs.gov/mis/LTRMP2008-T002/

The Web page for the Upper Midwest Environment Sciences Center's River Productivity Team describes the research program looking at river production processes and food webs.
http://www.umesc.usgs.gov/river_productivity_team.html

Denitrification in the Upper Mississippi River: rates, controls, and contribution to nitrate flux. William B. Richardson, Eric A. Strauss, Lynn A. Bartsch, Emy M. Monroe, Jennifer C. Cavanaugh, Lorrine Vingum, and David M. Soballe. 2004.
http://www.uwlax.edu/biology/faculty/Strauss/Reprints/Richardson%20et%20al%202004%20CJFAS.pdf

Nitrification in the Upper Mississippi River: patterns, controls, and contribution to the nitrate budget. Eric A. Strauss, William B. Richardson, Lynn A. Bartsch, Jennifer C. Cavanaugh, Denise A. Bruesewitz, Heidi Immer, Julie A. Heinz, and David M. Soballe. 2004.
http://yosemite.epa.gov/sab/sabhap.nsf/06347c93513b181385256dbf00541478/a24de78dfcdbdb53852572050064ac77/$FILE/Strauss2004NitrificationUMR-NO3Budget.pdf

Seasonal effects of the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) on sediment denitrification rates in Pool 8 of the Upper Mississippi River.Denise A. Bruesewitz, Jennifer L. Tank, Melody J. Bernot, William B. Richardson, and Eric A. Strauss. 2006.
http://www.uwlax.edu/biology/faculty/Strauss/Reprints/Bruesewitz%20et%20al%202006%20CJFAS.pdf

Trophic relations in a stream food web: Importance of fatty acids for macroinvertebrate consumers. Monica Torres-Ruiz1, John D. Wehr, and Alissa A. Perrone. 2007.
http://origin.web.fordham.edu/images/academics/research/calder/calder%20pubs_2007_torres-ruiz%20wehr%20perrone_j%20n%20am%20benthol%20soc.pdf

Web page for the Upper Midwest Environment Sciences Center's work on ecology of native mussels.
http://www.umesc.usgs.gov/native_mussels_team.html

Changing perspectives on pearly mussels, North America's most imperiled animals. Strayer, D.L., J.A. Downing, W.R. Haag, T.L. King, J.B. Layzer, T.J. Newton, and S.J. Nichols. 2004.
http://www.jstor.org/stable/full/10.1641/0006-3568%282004%29054%5B0429%3ACPOPMN%5D2.0.CO%3B2

Grasslands Programme at the South African National Biodiversity Institute.
http://www.grasslands.org.za/

John Muir Institute of the Environment.
http://johnmuir.ucdavis.edu/

University of California, Davis, Center for Watershed Sciences.
http://watershed.ucdavis.edu/

Digital Water Atlas produced by Global Water Systems Project.
http://www.gwsp.org/85.html

Global Reservoir and Dam Database.
http://sedac.ciesin.columbia.edu/pfs/grand.html

Conflicts Associated with Dam Removal in Sweden. Anna G. C. Lejon, Birgitta Malm Renöfält, and Christer Nilsson.
http://www.ecologyandsociety.org/vol14/iss2/art4/

Special issue of Ecology and Society on stream restoration.
http://www.ecologayndsociety.org/issues/view.php?sf=19

Using landscape ecology to understand freshwater mussel populations. Newton TJ, Woolnough DA, Strayer DL. 2008.
http://www.cst.cmich.edu/users/wooln1d/Daelyn_website/documents/Newton_Woolnough_Strayer_2008_JNABS.pdf

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