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The challenges of linking ecosystem services to biodiversity: lessons from a large-scale freshwater study

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The challenges of linking ecosystem services to biodiversity : lessons from a large-scale freshwater study. / Durance, Isabelle; Bruford, Michael W. ; Chalmers, Rachel; Chappell, Nick A.; Christie, Mike; Cosby, B. Jack; Noble, David; Ormerod, Steve J.; Prosser, Havard; Weightman, Andrew ; Woodward, Guy.

Ecosystem services: from biodiversity to society, Part 2. ed. / Guy Woodward; David A. Bohan. Elsevier, 2016. p. 87-134 (Advances in Ecological Research; Vol. 54).

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Durance, I, Bruford, MW, Chalmers, R, Chappell, NA, Christie, M, Cosby, BJ, Noble, D, Ormerod, SJ, Prosser, H, Weightman, A & Woodward, G 2016, The challenges of linking ecosystem services to biodiversity: lessons from a large-scale freshwater study. in G Woodward & DA Bohan (eds), Ecosystem services: from biodiversity to society, Part 2. Advances in Ecological Research, vol. 54, Elsevier, pp. 87-134. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.aecr.2015.10.003

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Durance, I., Bruford, M. W., Chalmers, R., Chappell, N. A., Christie, M., Cosby, B. J., Noble, D., Ormerod, S. J., Prosser, H., Weightman, A., & Woodward, G. (2016). The challenges of linking ecosystem services to biodiversity: lessons from a large-scale freshwater study. In G. Woodward, & D. A. Bohan (Eds.), Ecosystem services: from biodiversity to society, Part 2 (pp. 87-134). (Advances in Ecological Research; Vol. 54). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.aecr.2015.10.003

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Durance I, Bruford MW, Chalmers R, Chappell NA, Christie M, Cosby BJ et al. The challenges of linking ecosystem services to biodiversity: lessons from a large-scale freshwater study. In Woodward G, Bohan DA, editors, Ecosystem services: from biodiversity to society, Part 2. Elsevier. 2016. p. 87-134. (Advances in Ecological Research). https://doi.org/10.1016/bs.aecr.2015.10.003

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Durance, Isabelle ; Bruford, Michael W. ; Chalmers, Rachel ; Chappell, Nick A. ; Christie, Mike ; Cosby, B. Jack ; Noble, David ; Ormerod, Steve J. ; Prosser, Havard ; Weightman, Andrew ; Woodward, Guy. / The challenges of linking ecosystem services to biodiversity : lessons from a large-scale freshwater study. Ecosystem services: from biodiversity to society, Part 2. editor / Guy Woodward ; David A. Bohan. Elsevier, 2016. pp. 87-134 (Advances in Ecological Research).

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