Tadeusz Fleituch
Tadeusz Fleituch
Professor of Biology, Institute of Nature Conservation, Polish Academy of Sciences, Cracow Poland
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Continental-scale effects of nutrient pollution on stream ecosystem functioning
G Woodward, MO Gessner, PS Giller, V Gulis, S Hladyz, A Lecerf, ...
Science 336 (6087), 1438-1440, 2012
5502012
Stream ecosystem functioning in an agricultural landscape: the importance of terrestrial–aquatic linkages
S Hladyz, K Åbjörnsson, E Chauvet, M Dobson, A Elosegi, V Ferreira, ...
Advances in ecological research 44, 211-276, 2011
1072011
Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones
SD Tiegs, DM Costello, MW Isken, G Woodward, PB McIntyre, ...
Science Advances 5 (1), eaav0486, 2019
722019
Litter decomposition as an indicator of stream ecosystem functioning at local-to-continental scales: insights from the European RivFunction project
E Chauvet, V Ferreira, PS Giller, BG McKie, SD Tiegs, G Woodward, ...
Advances in ecological research 55, 99-182, 2016
582016
Riparian plant litter quality increases with latitude
L Boyero, MAS Graça, AM Tonin, J Pérez, AJ Swafford, V Ferreira, ...
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
492017
Macroinvertebrates as indicators of water quality in rivers: a scientific basis for Polish standard method.
T Fleituch, H Soszka, D Kudelska, A Kownacki
Large Rivers, 225-239, 2002
402002
Invertebrate community structure and ecosystem functioning in European conifer plantation streams
MP Riipinen, T Fleituch, S Hladyz, G Woodward, P Giller, M Dobson
Freshwater Biology 55 (2), 346-359, 2010
392010
Structure and functional organization of benthic invertebrates in a regulated stream
T Fleituch
International Review of Hydrobiology: A Journal Covering all Aspects of …, 2003
392003
Bioassessment of Polish rivers based on macroinvertebrates
A Kownacki, T Fleituch, H Soszka, D Kudelska
312004
Beech Leaf Breakdown and POM Storage along an AltitudinalStream Gradient
T Fleituch
International Review of Hydrobiology: A Journal Covering all Aspects of …, 2001
262001
Spatial trends in sediment structure, bacteria, and periphyton communities across a freshwater ecotone
T Fleituch, A Starzecka, T Bednarz
Hydrobiologia 464 (1), 165-174, 2001
222001
Evaluation of the water quality of future tributaries to the planned Dobczyce reservoir (Poland) using macroinvertebrates
TM Fleituch
Hydrobiologia 237 (2), 103-116, 1992
201992
The ecological assessment of river quality in Poland on the basis of communities of benthic invertebrates
A Kownacki, H Soszka, T Fleituch, D Kudelska
River biomonitoring and benthic invertebrate communities, 71-88, 2002
162002
Responses of benthic community metabolism to abiotic factors in a mountain river in southern Poland
T Fleituch
Hydrobiologia 380 (1), 27-41, 1998
151998
Macroinvertebrate drift in the middle course of the River Dunajec (Southern Poland)
T Fleituch
Acta hydrobiol 27 (1), 49, 1985
141985
River biomonitoring and benthic invertebrate communities
A Kownacki, H Soszka, T Fleituch, D Kudelska
Panstwowy Instytut Ochrony Srodowiska, Warszawa, 2002
132002
E ffects of nutrient enrichment and activity of invertebrate shredders on leaf litter breakdown in low order streams
T Fleituch
International review of hydrobiology 98 (4), 191-198, 2013
112013
The effect of treated wastes on benthic invertebrate communities in the mountain zone of the Dunajec river (southern Poland)
A Kownacki, T Fleituch, E Dumnicka
River biomonitoring and benthic invertebrate communities, 29-43, 2002
102002
Longitudinal patterns in fish communities in a Polish mountain river: their relations to abiotic and biotic factors
J Starmach, T Fleituch, A Amirowicz, G Mazurkiewicz, M Jelonek
Acta Hydrobiol 33 (3), 4, 1991
91991
Stream habitats, benthic macroinvertebrates, lotic fish and their relationships: a multi-scale approach
T Fleituch, A Amirowicz
Polish Journal of Ecology 53 (1), 81-95, 2005
82005
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