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Freshwater Science

Interim Editor-in-Chief: Todd V. Royer
Published on behalf of the Society for Freshwater Science

Volume 41,Number 2|June 2022

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  • Perspectives

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    Reconceptualizing the hyporheic zone for nonperennial rivers and streams

    • Amanda G. DelVecchia,
    • Margaret Shanafield,
    • Margaret A. Zimmer,
    • Michelle H. Busch,
    • Corey A. Krabbenhoft,
    • Rachel Stubbington,
    • Kendra E. Kaiser,
    • Ryan M. Burrows,
    • Jake Hosen,
    • Thibault Datry,
    • Stephanie K. Kampf,
    • Samuel C. Zipper,
    • Ken Fritz,
    • Katie Costigan, and
    • Daniel C. Allen
    pp. 167–182
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    Our failure to protect the stream and its valley: A call to back off from riparian development

    • Steven J. Cooke,
    • Jesse C. Vermaire,
    • Helen M. Baulch,
    • Kim Birnie-Gauvin,
    • William M. Twardek, and
    • John S. Richardson
    pp. 183–194
  • Articles

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    Nutrient processing domains: Spatial and temporal patterns of material retention in running waters

    • H. Maurice Valett,
    • Marc Peipoch, and
    • Geoffrey C. Poole
    pp. 195–214
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    Weak differences in sensitivity to major ions by different larval stages of the mayfly Neocloeon triangulifer

    • Sarah E. Orr,
    • Jamie K. Cochran,
    • Ian G. Wallace,
    • Rachel W. Gray,
    • Gretta E. Overmyer, and
    • David B. Buchwalter
    pp. 215–225
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    Water availability and quality determine temporal synchrony and beta diversity of microcrustaceans in temporary pools

    • Natália Ferreira,
    • Paula Munhoz De Omena,
    • Thiago Gonçalves-Souza,
    • Karl Cottenie, and
    • Mauro de Melo Júnior
    pp. 226–235
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    Characterizing the association between oil and gas development and water quality at a regional scale

    • Colin P. Casey,
    • Matthew R. Hartings,
    • Melissa A. Knapp,
    • Elizabeth J. Malloy, and
    • Karen L. Knee
    pp. 236–252
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    Assessing seasonal and biological indices of juvenile Chinook Salmon for freshwater decision triggers that increase ocean survival

    • Jennifer L. Gosselin,
    • James J. Anderson,
    • Beth L. Sanderson,
    • Mollie A. Middleton,
    • Benjamin P. Sandford, and
    • Laurie A. Weitkamp
    pp. 253–269
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    Molecular insight reveals broad-scale spatial patterns in floodplain ciliate assemblages, whereas morphology reflects local environmental controls

    • Fernando M. Lansac-Tôha,
    • Paulo R. B. Buosi,
    • Matheus T. Baumgartner,
    • Melissa Progênio,
    • Bianca R. Meira,
    • Adalgisa Fernanda Cabral,
    • Bianca T. Segovia,
    • Micah Dunthorn,
    • Guillaume Lentendu,
    • Fábio A. Lansac-Tôha, and
    • Luiz Felipe M. Velho
    pp. 270–283
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    Evidence for pulse-shunt carbon exports from a mixed land-use, restored prairie watershed

    • David W. P. Manning,
    • Ashlee L. Dere,
    • Andrew W. Miller, and
    • Tracy J. Coleman
    pp. 284–298
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    Nutrient availability modulates the effect of water abstraction on the metabolism of 2 lowland forested streams

    • Isabel Pardo,
    • Lenka Kuglerová,
    • Liliana García, and
    • Eugènia Martí
    pp. 299–314
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    Freshwater mussel burrow position and its relation to streambed roughness

    • Brandon J. Sansom,
    • Sean J. Bennett, and
    • Joseph F. Atkinson
    pp. 315–326
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    Freshwater floodplain habitats buffer native food webs from negative effects of nonnative centrarchids and bullfrogs

    • Meredith A. Holgerson,
    • Martha Barnard,
    • Byunghyun Ahn,
    • Marc P. Hayes, and
    • Angela L. Strecker
    pp. 327–341
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    Have stream diatom assemblages changed a decade after the loss of a foundation riparian tree species in a headwater Appalachian watershed?

    • Kelsey J. Solomon,
    • Rebecca J. Bixby,
    • Seth J. Wenger, and
    • Catherine M. Pringle
    pp. 342–361