2023
DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.4688
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Disentangling natural and anthropogenic effects on benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages in western US streams

C. Emi Fergus,
J. Renée Brooks,
Philip R. Kaufmann
et al.

Abstract: Stream macroinvertebrate assemblages are shaped by natural and human‐related factors that operate through complex hierarchical pathways. Quantifying these relationships can provide additional insights into stream ecological assessment. We applied a structural equation modeling framework to evaluate hypothesized pathways by which watershed, riparian, and in‐stream factors affect benthic macroinvertebrate condition in the Western Mountains (WMT) and Xeric (XER) ecoregions in the United States. We developed a con… Show more

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