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Winter Disturbances and Riverine Fish in Temperate and Cold Regions
Winter is a critical period for aquatic organisms; however, little is known about the ecological significance of its extreme events. Here, we link winter ecology and disturbance research by synthesizing the impacts of extreme winter conditions on riverine habitats and fish assemblages in temperate and cold regions. We characterize winter disturbances by their temporal pattern and abiotic effects, explore how various drivers influence fish, and discuss human alterations of winter disturbancesdoi:10.1525/bio.2013.63.3.8 fatcat:dl5z6qefczfdjlwqm25d4mfgfa