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DOI10.1111/brv.12848
The terrestrial and semi-aquatic invertebrates of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams
Steward, Alisha L.; Datry, Thibault; Langhans, Simone D.
Corresponding AuthorSteward, AL (corresponding author),Queensland Govt, Dept Environm & Sci, GPOB 2454, Brisbane, Qld 4001, Australia. ; Steward, AL (corresponding author),Griffith Univ, Australian Rivers Inst, 170 Kessels Rd, Nathan, Qld 4111, Australia.
JournalBIOLOGICAL REVIEWS
ISSN1464-7931
EISSN1469-185X
Year Published2022-02
Abstract in EnglishIntermittent rivers and ephemeral streams (IRES), which cease flow and/or dry at some point, are the most abundant waterways on earth, and are found on every continent. They can support a diverse, and often abundant, terrestrial and semi-aquatic invertebrate (TSAI) fauna, which has been poorly explored due to its position at the fringe between aquatic and terrestrial disciplines. TSAIs can inhabit a variety of habitat types, including the shoreline, the surface of exposed gravel bars, unsaturated gravels, dry riverbeds, riparian zones, and floodplains. Much less is known about the species composition and ecological roles of TSAIs of IRES than their aquatic counterparts, with TSAIs being largely overlooked in conceptual models, legislation, policy, and ecological monitoring. Herein we review the TSAI literature that has increased substantially over the last decade and present conceptual models describing how TSAIs respond to hydrological changes in IRES. Then, we test these models with data collected during wet and dry phases in IRES from Australia and France. These generic models can be utilised by water managers and policy makers, ensuring that both wet and dry phases are considered in the management and protection of IRES. IRES should be viewed as a habitat continuum through time, with taxa from a pool of aquatic, semi-aquatic and terrestrial invertebrates inhabiting at any hydrological stage. We call for collaboration among terrestrial and aquatic ecologists to explore these invertebrates and ecosystems further.
Keyword in Englishterrestrial arthropods Coleoptera Carabidae Staphylinidae Formicidae Lycosidae Hebridae taxonomic diversity exposed riverine sediments unsaturated sediments
SubtypeArticle ; Early Access
Language英语
OA Typehybrid
Indexed BySCI-E
WOS IDWOS:000762124100001
WOS KeywordGROUND BEETLES COLEOPTERA ; FLASH-FLOOD ESCAPE ; TEMPORARY STREAMS ; ECOSYSTEM SERVICES ; ECOLOGICAL HEALTH ; AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES ; RAINFALL CUES ; DESERT STREAM ; BRAIDED-RIVER ; CARABIDAE
WOS SubjectBiology
WOS Research AreaLife Sciences & Biomedicine - Other Topics
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://119.78.100.177/qdio/handle/2XILL650/377209
Affiliation[Steward, Alisha L.] Queensland Govt, Dept Environm & Sci, GPOB 2454, Brisbane, Qld 4001, Australia; [Steward, Alisha L.] Griffith Univ, Australian Rivers Inst, 170 Kessels Rd, Nathan, Qld 4111, Australia; [Datry, Thibault] Ctr Lyon Villeurbanne, UR RIVERLY, INRAE, 5 Rue Doua CS70077, F-69626 Villeurbanne, France; [Langhans, Simone D.] Aalborg Univ, Dept Chem & Biosci, DK-9220 Aalborg, Denmark
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Steward, Alisha L.,Datry, Thibault,Langhans, Simone D.. The terrestrial and semi-aquatic invertebrates of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams[J],2022.
APA Steward, Alisha L.,Datry, Thibault,&Langhans, Simone D..(2022).The terrestrial and semi-aquatic invertebrates of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams.BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS.
MLA Steward, Alisha L.,et al."The terrestrial and semi-aquatic invertebrates of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams".BIOLOGICAL REVIEWS (2022).
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