Further Reading

Benda L, Poff NL, Miller D, et al. (2004) The network dynamics hypothesis: How channel networks structure riverine habitats. Bioscience 54: 413-427.

Cummins KW (1974) Structure and function of stream ecosystems. Bioscience 24: 631-641.

Cummins KW (1975) Macroinvertebrates. In: Whitton BA (ed.) River Ecology. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Cummins KW (1988) The study of stream ecosystem: Afunctional view. In: Pomeroy LR and Alberts JJ (eds.). New York: Springer.

Cummins KW (1997) Stream ecosystem paradigms. In: CNR - Instituto di Ricerca Sulle Acque. Prospettive di recerca in ecologia delle acque. Rome, Italy.

Frissell CA, Liss WJ, Warren CE, and Hurley MD (1986) A hierarchical framework for stream classification: Viewing streams in a watershed context. Environmental Management 10: 199-214.

Gregory SV, Swanson FJ, McKee WA, and Cummins KW (1991) An ecosystem perspective of riparian zones. Bioscience 41(8): 540-551.

Junk WJ, Bayley PB, and Sparks RE (1989) The flood pulse concept In river- floodplain systems. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Special Publication 106: 110-127.

Minshall GW, Petersen RC, Cummins KW, etal. (1983) Interbiome comparison of stream ecosystem dynamics. Ecological Monographs 53: 1-25.

Stanford JA and Ward JV (1993) An ecosystem perspective of alluvial rivers: connectivity and the hyporheic corridor. Journal of The North American Benthological Society 12: 48-60.

Statzner B and Higler B (1986) Stream hydraulics as a major determinant of benthic invertebrate zonation patterns. Freshwater Biology 16: 127-139.

Saunders GW, etal. (1980) In: LeCren ED and McConnell RH (eds.) The Functioning of Freshwater Ecosystems. Great Britain: Cambridge University Press

Townsend CR (1989) The patch dynamics concept of stream community ecology. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 8: 36-50.

Vannote RL, Minshall GW, Cummins KW, Sedell JR, and Cushing CE (1980) The river continuum concept. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 37: 130-137.

Ward JV and Stanford JA (1983) The serial discontinuity concept of river ecosystems. In: Fontaine TD and Bartell SM (eds.) Dynamics ofLotic Ecosystems, pp. 29-42. Ann Arbor, MI, USA: Ann Arbor Science Publications.

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