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River Systems (RS) is an international journal that integrates landscape, catchment and human perspectives into a holistic view of river systems. It is dedicated to promoting innovative basic research results and their application in management and conservation. Interdisciplinary research on rivers from the catchment and landscape perspectives is particularly welcome. River Systems thus bridges the gap between inter- and transdisciplinary research and highlights management applications and science implementation at multiple temporal and spatial scales. An innovation of River Systems is the inclusion of relevant science education cooperations.

River Systems is a relaunch of the Large Rivers, Supplement to Archiv f�r Hydrobiologie. The language of the journal is English.

Publisher: E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung

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Volume 19, Number 3, September 2011

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Trophic niche dimensions of fish communities as a function of historical hydrological conditions in a Plains river
pp. 177-187(11)
Authors: Delong, Michael D.; Thorp, James H.; Thoms, Martin C.; McIntosh, Leah M.

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Factors contributing to the spatial and temporal variability of phytoplankton communities in the Rideau River (Ontario, Canada)
pp. 189-205(17)
Authors: Hamilton, Paul B.; Lavoie, Isabelle; Ley, Linda M.; Poulin, Michel

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Untangling human development and natural gradients: Implications of underlying correlation structure for linking landscapes and riverine ecosystems
pp. 207-224(18)
Authors: Lucero, Yasmin; Steel, E. Ashley; Burnett, Kelly M.; Christiansen, Kelly

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A GIS approach for explanation of fish assemblage structure in a large river
pp. 239-247(9)
Authors: Pyron, Mark; Goforth, Reuben; Beugly, Jayson; Morlock, Scott; Kim, Moon

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Effect of habitat type on in-stream nitrogen loss in the Mississippi River
pp. 261-269(9)
Authors: Strauss, Eric A.; Richardson, William B.; Bartsch, Lynn A.; Cavanaugh, Jennifer C.

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Patterns of vegetation community distribution in a large, semi-arid floodplain landscape
pp. 271-282(12)
Authors: Thoms, Martin; Parsons, Melissa

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