The role of micro-organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters

Pusch M, Fiebig D, Brettar I, Eisenmann H, Ellis BK, Kaplan LA, Lock MA, Naegeli MW, Traunspurger W (1998)
Freshwater Biology 40(3): 453-495.

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Pusch M, Fiebig D, Brettar I, et al. The role of micro-organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters. Freshwater Biology. 1998;40(3):453-495.
Pusch, M., Fiebig, D., Brettar, I., Eisenmann, H., Ellis, B. K., Kaplan, L. A., Lock, M. A., et al. (1998). The role of micro-organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters. Freshwater Biology, 40(3), 453-495. doi:10.1046/j.1365-2427.1998.00372.x
Pusch, M., Fiebig, D., Brettar, I., Eisenmann, H., Ellis, B. K., Kaplan, L. A., Lock, M. A., Naegeli, M. W., and Traunspurger, W. (1998). The role of micro-organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters. Freshwater Biology 40, 453-495.
Pusch, M., et al., 1998. The role of micro-organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters. Freshwater Biology, 40(3), p 453-495.
M. Pusch, et al., “The role of micro-organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters”, Freshwater Biology, vol. 40, 1998, pp. 453-495.
Pusch, M., Fiebig, D., Brettar, I., Eisenmann, H., Ellis, B.K., Kaplan, L.A., Lock, M.A., Naegeli, M.W., Traunspurger, W.: The role of micro-organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters. Freshwater Biology. 40, 453-495 (1998).
Pusch, M., Fiebig, D., Brettar, I., Eisenmann, H., Ellis, B.K., Kaplan, L.A., Lock, M.A., Naegeli, M.W., and Traunspurger, Walter. “The role of micro-organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters”. Freshwater Biology 40.3 (1998): 453-495.
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