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
4842012
Stream ecosystem functioning in an agricultural landscape: the importance of terrestrial–aquatic linkages
S Hladyz, K Ĺbjörnsson, E Chauvet, M Dobson, A Elosegi, V Ferreira, ...
Advances in ecological research 44, 211-276, 2011
1032011
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
482019
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
422016
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
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
392002
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
372010
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
322017
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
212001
Evaluation of the water quality of future tributaries to the planned Dobczyce reservoir (Poland) using macroinvertebrates
TM Fleituch
Hydrobiologia 237 (2), 103-116, 1992
211992
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. Warszawa-Kraków …, 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
141998
Macroinvertebrate drift in the middle course of the River Dunajec (Southern Poland)
T Fleituch Jr
Acta Hydrobiologica 27 (1), 49-61, 1985
141985
River biomonitoring and benthic invertebrate communities
A Kownacki, H Soszka, T Fleituch, D Kudelska
Institute of Environmental Protection, Karol Starmach Institute of …, 2002
132002
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
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
92013
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 Hydrobiologica 3 (33), 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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