Community patterns of the small riverine benthos within and between two contrasting glacier catchments

Eisendle U, Hashold K, Jersabek C, Kirchmair M, Traunspurger W (2013)
Ecology and Evolution 3(9): 2832-2844.

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Eisendle U, Hashold K, Jersabek C, Kirchmair M, Traunspurger W. Community patterns of the small riverine benthos within and between two contrasting glacier catchments. Ecology and Evolution. 2013;3(9):2832-2844.
Eisendle, U., Hashold, K., Jersabek, C., Kirchmair, M., & Traunspurger, W. (2013). Community patterns of the small riverine benthos within and between two contrasting glacier catchments. Ecology and Evolution, 3(9), 2832-2844.
Eisendle, U., Hashold, K., Jersabek, C., Kirchmair, M., and Traunspurger, W. (2013). Community patterns of the small riverine benthos within and between two contrasting glacier catchments. Ecology and Evolution 3, 2832-2844.
Eisendle, U., et al., 2013. Community patterns of the small riverine benthos within and between two contrasting glacier catchments. Ecology and Evolution, 3(9), p 2832-2844.
U. Eisendle, et al., “Community patterns of the small riverine benthos within and between two contrasting glacier catchments”, Ecology and Evolution, vol. 3, 2013, pp. 2832-2844.
Eisendle, U., Hashold, K., Jersabek, C., Kirchmair, M., Traunspurger, W.: Community patterns of the small riverine benthos within and between two contrasting glacier catchments. Ecology and Evolution. 3, 2832-2844 (2013).
Eisendle, U., Hashold, K., Jersabek, C., Kirchmair, M., and Traunspurger, Walter. “Community patterns of the small riverine benthos within and between two contrasting glacier catchments”. Ecology and Evolution 3.9 (2013): 2832-2844.
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