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Catchment scale deforestation increases the uniqueness of subtropical stream communities

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SCHNECK, Fabiana, Luis M. BINI, Adriano S. MELO, Danielle K. PETSCH, Victor S. SAITO, Simone WENGRAT, Tadeu SIQUEIRA, 2022. Catchment scale deforestation increases the uniqueness of subtropical stream communities. In: Oecologia. Springer. 199(3), pp. 671-683. ISSN 0029-8549. eISSN 1432-1939. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00442-022-05215-7

@article{Schneck2022-07Catch-58205, title={Catchment scale deforestation increases the uniqueness of subtropical stream communities}, year={2022}, doi={10.1007/s00442-022-05215-7}, number={3}, volume={199}, issn={0029-8549}, journal={Oecologia}, pages={671--683}, author={Schneck, Fabiana and Bini, Luis M. and Melo, Adriano S. and Petsch, Danielle K. and Saito, Victor S. and Wengrat, Simone and Siqueira, Tadeu} }

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