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Cumulative Impacts of Multiple Stressors on Aquatic Communities: Novel Fish Predators in Warming Mountain LakesDownload
Novel anthropogenic perturbations (i.e. stressors) often mediate the effects of each other, generating “ecological surprises”. While the cumulative impact of certain stressors on individual organisms and populations is becoming better understood, little is known about how their net effects...
Multiple novel and rapidly changing environmental factors (i.e. anthropogenic stressors) are increasingly affecting ecological communities, and their functional roles in ecosystems. Consequently, freshwater biodiversity has declined worldwide; however, the functional impacts of this loss should...