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Fundamental and Applied Limnology is an international journal for freshwater research in the widest sense, including problems of marine biology and brackish water research. Papers dealing with ecological topics are especially welcome in association with experimental or physiological studies. All papers published in this journal are subject to peer review.

Archiv für Hydrobiologie, now Fundamental and Applied Limnology has been published continuously since 1906.

Volumes prior to vol. 168 were published under the previous title Archiv für Hydrobiologie.

Fundamental and Applied Limnology / Archiv für Hydrobiologie was previously published as Archiv für Hydrobiologie.

Publisher: E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung

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Volume 170, Number 3, November 2007

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Trophic development of the deep lakes south of the Alps: a comparative analysis
pp. 177-196(20)
Authors: Salmaso, Nico; Morabito, Giuseppe; Garibaldi, Letizia; Mosello, Rosario

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Epiphyton, phytoplankton and macrophyte ecology in a shallow lake under in situ experimental conditions
pp. 197-209(13)
Authors: Romo, Susana; Villena, María-José; García-Murcia, Ana

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Contrasting chironomid assemblages in two high Arctic streams on Svalbard
pp. 211-222(12)
Authors: Lods-Crozet, Brigitte; Lencioni, Valeria; Brittain, John E.; Marziali, Laura; Rossaro, Bruno

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Assemblage composition and ecological features of aquatic dance flies (Diptera, Empididae) in the Cetina River system, Croatia
pp. 223-232(10)
Authors: Ivković, Marija; Kepćija, Renata Matonićkin; Mihaljević, Zlatko; Horvat, Bogdan

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Longitudinal and altitudinal changes of macroinvertebrate functional feeding groups in neotropical streams: a test of the River Continuum Concept
pp. 233-241(9)
Authors: Tomanova, Sylvie; Tedesco, Pablo A.; Campero, Melina; Van Damme, Paul A.; Moya, Nabor; Oberdorff, Thierry

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Patterns of benthic community traits in neotropical streams: relationship to mesoscale spatial variability
pp. 243-255(13)
Authors: Tomanova, Sylvie; Usseglio-Polatera, Philippe

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