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Community reassembly after river regulation: rapid loss of fish diversity and the emergence of a new state

Overview of attention for article published in Hydrobiologia, November 2019
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Community reassembly after river regulation: rapid loss of fish diversity and the emergence of a new state
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Hydrobiologia, November 2019
DOI 10.1007/s10750-019-04117-9
Authors

Phamela Bernardes Perônico, Carlos Sérgio Agostinho, Rodrigo Fernandes, Fernando Mayer Pelicice

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#12,400,618
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#2,599
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#71
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