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      Drying and Rainfall Shape the Structure and Functioning of Nitrifying Microbial Communities in Riverbed Sediments 

      Arce, Maria Isabel; Von Schiller Calle, Daniel Gaspar; Bengtsson, Mia M.; Hinze, Christian; Jung, Hoseung; Eloy Alves, Ricardo J.; Urich, Tim; Singer, Gabriel (Frontiers Media, 2018-11-16)
      Non-flow periods in fluvial ecosystems are a global phenomenon. Streambed drying and rewetting by sporadic rainfalls could drive considerable changes in the microbial communities that govern stream nitrogen (N) availability ...
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      Effectiveness And Ecotoxicity Of Zero-Valent Iron Nanoparticles During Rhizoremediation Of Soil Contaminated With Zn, Cu, Cd And Diesel 

      Lacalle, Rafael G.; Gómez Sagasti, María Teresa; Artetxe Aspiunza, Unai; Garbisu Crespo, Carlos; Becerril Soto, José María (Elsevier, 2018-04)
      The remediation of soils simultaneously contaminated with organic and inorganic compounds is still a challenging task. The application of metallic nanoparticles, such as zero-valent iron nanoparticles (nZVI), for soil ...
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      Effects Of Human-Driven Water Stress on River Ecosystems: a Meta-Analysis 

      Sabater, Sergi; Bregoli, Francesco; Acuña Salazar, Vicenç; Barceló, Damià; Elosegi Irurtia, Arturo; Ginebreda, Antoni; Marcé, Rafael; Muñoz, Isabel; Sabater Liesa, Laia; Ferreira, Verónica (Nature Publishing Group, 2018-07-30)
      Human appropriation of water resources may induce water stress in freshwater ecosystems when ecosystem needs are not met. Intensive abstraction and regulation cause river ecosystems to shift towards non-natural flow regimes, ...
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      Effects of multiple stressors associated with agriculture on stream macroinvertebrate communities in a tropical catchment 

      Cornejo, Aydeé; Tonin, Alan M.; Checa, Brenda; Tuñon, Ana Raquel; Pérez, Diana; Coronado, Enilda; González, Stefani; Ríos, Tomás; Macchi, Pablo; Correa Araneda, Francisco; Boyero González, María Luz (Public Library Science, 2019-08-08)
      Tropical forests are declining at unprecedented rates in favour of agriculture, and streams can be severely impacted due to effects of multiple stressors that have rarely been considered together in tropical studies. We ...
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      Evaluation of marine phytoplankton toxicity by application of marine invertebrate bioassays 

      Aylagas, Eva; Menchaca, Iratxe; Laza Martínez, Aitor; Seoane Parra, Sergio; Franco, Javier (Instituto de Ciencias del Mar, 2014-06)
      The dinoflagellate Alexandrium minutum and the haptophyte Prymnesium parvum are well known for their toxin production and negative effects in marine coastal environments. A. minutum produces toxins which cause paralytic ...
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      First evidence of freezing tolerance in a resurrection plant: insights into molecular mobility and zeaxanthin synthesis in the dark 

      Fernández Marín, Beatriz; Neuner, Gilbert; Kuprian, Edith; Laza Terroba, José Manuel; García Plazaola, José Ignacio; Verhoeven, Amy (Wiley, 2018-01-18)
      The photoprotective mechanisms of desiccation tolerance and freezing toler- ance and their relation to molecular mobility (cell vitrification) were assessed in a single model: the exceptional subalpine and resurrection ...
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      Global CO2 emissions from dry inland waters share common drivers across ecosystems 

      Keller, P.S.; Catalán, N.; Von Schiller, D.; Grossart, Hans Peter; Koschorreck, M.; Obrador, B.; Frassl, M. A.; Karakaya, N.; Barros, N.; Howitt, J. A.; Mendoza Lera, B.; Pastor, Ada; Flaim, G.; Aben, R.; Riis, T.; Arce, M. I.; Onandia, G.; Paranaíba, J. R.; Linkhorst, A.; Del Campo, Rubén; Amado, A. M.; Cauvy Fraunié, S.; Brothers, S.; Condon, J.; Mendonça, R. F.; Reverey, F.; Rõõm, E. I.; Datry, T.; Roland, F.; Laas, A.; Obertegger, U.; Park, J. H.; Wang, H.; Kosten, S.; Gómez, R.; Feijoó, Claudia; Elosegi Irurtia, Arturo; Sánchez Montoya, María Mar; Finlayson, C. M.; Melita, M.; Oliveira Junior, E. S.; Muniz, C. C..; Gómez Gener, L.; Leigh, C.; Zhang, Q.; Marcé, R. (Springer Nature, 2020-05-01)
      [EN] Many inland waters exhibit complete or partial desiccation, or have vanished due to global change, exposing sediments to the atmosphere. Yet, data on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from these sediments are too scarce ...
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      Global pressures, specific responses: effects of nutrient enrichment in streams from different biomes 

      Artigas, Joan; García-Berthou, Emili; Bauer, Delia E.; Castro, María I.; Cochero, Joaquín; Colautti, Darío C.; Cortelezzi, Agustina; Donato, John C.; Elosegi Irurtia, Arturo; Feijoó, Claudia; Giorgi, Adonis; Gómez, Nora; Leggieri, Leonardo; Muñoz, Isabel; Rodrigues-Capítulo, Alberto; Romaní, Anna M.; Sabater, Sergi (IOP PUBLISHING LTD, 2013-01-09)
      We assessed the effects of nutrient enrichment on three stream ecosystems running through distinct biomes (Mediterranean, Pampean and Andean). We increased the concentrations of N and P in the stream water 1.6–4-fold ...
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      Habitat Complexity in Aquatic Microcosms Affects Processes Driven by Detritivores 

      Flores, Lorea; Bailey, R. A.; Elosegi Irurtia, Arturo; Larrañaga Arrizabalaga, Aitor; Reiss, Julia (Public Library Science, 2016-11-01)
      Habitat complexity can influence predation rates (e.g. by providing refuge) but other ecosystem processes and species interactions might also be modulated by the properties of habitat structure. Here, we focussed on how ...
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      Identifying Green Infrastructure as a Basis for an Incentive Mechanism at the Municipality Level in Biscay (Basque Country) 

      Rodríguez Loinaz, Gloria; Peña López, Lorena; Palacios Agundez, Igone; Ametzaga Arregi, Ibone; Onaindia Olalde, Miren (MDPI, 2018-01-10)
      The contributions of green infrastructure (GI) to human well-being have been widely recognised; however, pathways for its systematic implementation are missing. Local governments can play a crucial role in the conservation ...
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      Immediate and Legacy Effects of Urban Pollution on River Ecosystem Functioning: a Mesocosm Experiment 

      Pereda Iriondo, Olatz; Acuña Salazar, Vicenç; Von Schiller Calle, Daniel Gaspar; Sabater, Sergi; Elosegi Irurtia, Arturo (Elsevier, 2019-03)
      Effluents from urban wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) consist of complex mixtures of substances that can affect processes in the receiving ecosystems. Some of these substances (toxic contaminants) stress biological ...
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      Inhomogeneity detection in phytoplankton time series using multivariate analyses 

      Muñiz Pinto, Oihane Begoña; Rodríguez Patiño, José Germán; Revilla Rodríguez, Marta Isabel; Laza Martínez, Aitor; Seoane Parra, Sergio; Franco, Javier (Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, 2020-09)
      Phytoplankton communities have long been used as water quality indicators within environmental policies. This has fostered the development of national and international phytoplankton monitoring programs, but these networks ...
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      Insights on the Origin of Invasive Copepods colonizing Basque Estuaries; a DNA Barcoding Approach 

      Albaina Vivanco, Aitor; Uriarte Capetillo, Ibon; Aguirre Escobal, Ana Isabel; Abad García, David; Iriarte Gabicagogeascoa, María Aranzazu; Villate Guinea, Luis Fernando; Estomba Recalde, Miren Andone (Biomed Central, 2016-07-13)
      Background: The introduction of NIS to estuaries and coastal embayment is of great concern. Commercial ships’ ballast water discharge and the northwards progression of species due to the ongoing climate change arise as ...
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      Isotopic labelling reveals the efficient adaptation of wheat root TCA cycle flux modes to match carbon demand under ammonium nutrition 

      Vega Mas, Izargi Aida; Cukier, Caroline; Coleto Reyes, Inmaculada; González Murua, María del Carmen Begoña; Limami, Anis M.; González Moro, María Begoña; Marino Bilbao, Daniel (Nature Publishing Group, 2019-06-20)
      Proper carbon (C) supply is essential for nitrogen (N) assimilation especially when plants are grown under ammonium (NH4+) nutrition. However, how C and N metabolic fluxes adapt to achieve so remains uncertain. In this ...
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      Key Elements of the White-Backed Woodpecker’s (Dendrocopos leucotos lilfordi) Habitat in Its European South-Western Limits 

      Urkijo Letona, Ainhoa; Cárcamo, Susana; Peña López, Lorena; Fernández de Manuel, Beatriz; Onaindia Olalde, Miren; Ametzaga Arregi, Ibone (MDPI, 2020-07-30)
      In the last decade, the population of the white-backed woodpecker (Dendrocopos leucotos lilfordi) (WBW) in Navarre has been reduced mainly due to the loss of suitable habitat for this species from intensive forest management, ...
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      Leaf Traits Drive Plant Diversity Effects On Litter Decomposition And FPOM Production In Streams 

      López Rojo, Naiara; Martínez Gómez, Aingeru; Pérez Viñuela, Javier; Basaguren del Campo, Ana Luisa; Pozo Martínez, Jesús; Boyero González, María Luz (Public Library Science, 2018-05-29)
      Biodiversity loss in riparian forests has the potential to alter rates of leaf litter decomposition in stream ecosystems. However, studies have reported the full range of positive, negative and no effects of plant diversity ...
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      Leaves play a central role in the adaptation of nitrogen and sulfur metabolism to ammonium nutrition in oilseed rape ( Brassica napus ) 

      Coleto Reyes, Inmaculada; De la Peña Cuao, Marlon; Rodríguez Escalante, Jon; Bejarano Ayerbe, Iraide; Glauser, Gaëtan; Aparicio-Tejo, Pedro M.; González Moro, María Begoña; Marino Bilbao, Daniel (Biomed Central, 2017-09-20)
      Background: The coordination between nitrogen (N) and sulfur (S) assimilation is required to suitably provide plants with organic compounds essential for their development and growth. The N source induces the adaptation ...
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      Life after Harvest: Circadian Regulation in Photosynthetic Pigments of Rocket Leaves during Supermarket Storage Affects the Nutritional Quality 

      Ruiz de Larrinaga, Lorena; Resco de Dios, Víctor; Fabrikov, Dmitri; Guil Guerrero, José Luis; Becerril Soto, José María; García Plazaola, José Ignacio; Esteban Terradillos, Raquel (MDPI, 2019-08)
      Vegetables, once harvested and stored on supermarket shelves, continue to perform biochemical adjustments due to their modular nature and their ability to retain physiological autonomy. They can live after being harvested. ...
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      Linking Biophysical and Economic Assessments of Ecosystem Services for a Social-Ecological Approach to Conservation Planning: Application in a Biosphere Reserve (Biscay, Spain) 

      Castillo Eguskitza, Nekane; Schmitz García, María Fe; Onaindia Olalde, Miren; Rescia Perazzo, Alejandro Javier (MDPI, 2019-06-01)
      The search for a balance between nature conservation and sustainable development remains a scientific and spatial planning challenge. In social-ecological systems based on traditional rural activities and associated with ...
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      Local Perceptions of Ecosystem Services Across Multiple Ecosystem Types in Spain 

      García Llorente, Marina; Castro Martínez, Antonio Jesús; Quintas Soriano, Cristina; Oteros Rozas, Elisa; Iniesta Arandia, Irene; González Novoa, José Antonio; García del Amo, David; Hernández Arroyo, Marta; Casado Arzuaga, Izaskun; Palomo, Ignacio; Gómez Baggethun, Erik; Onaindia Olalde, Miren; Montes del Olmo, Carlos; Martín López, Berta (MDPI, 2020-09-18)
      Combining socio-cultural valuations of ecosystem services with ecological and monetary assessments is critical to informing decision making with an integrative and multi-pronged approach. This study examined differences ...