Catherine Febria
Catherine Febria
Canada Research Chair in Freshwater Restoration Ecology, University of Windsor
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Dissolved organic matter quality and bioavailability changes across an urbanization gradient in headwater streams
JD Hosen, OT McDonough, CM Febria, MA Palmer
Environmental science & technology 48 (14), 7817-7824, 2014
The heartbeat of ecosystems
MA Palmer, CM Febria
Science 336 (6087), 1393-1394, 2012
Nitrogen removal by stormwater management structures: A data synthesis
BJ Koch, CM Febria, M Gevrey, LA Wainger, MA Palmer
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 50 (6), 1594-1607, 2014
Bacterial community dynamics in the hyporheic zone of an intermittent stream
CM Febria, P Beddoes, RR Fulthorpe, DD Williams
The ISME journal 6 (5), 1078-1088, 2012
Watershed urbanization linked to differences in stream bacterial community composition
JD Hosen, CM Febria, BC Crump, MA Palmer
Frontiers in microbiology 8, 1452, 2017
A global analysis of terrestrial plant litter dynamics in non-perennial waterways
T Datry, A Foulquier, R Corti, D Von Schiller, K Tockner, C Mendoza-Lera, ...
Nature Geoscience 11 (7), 497-503, 2018
Human impacts on connectivity in marine and freshwater ecosystems assessed using graph theory: a review
MI Saunders, CJ Brown, MM Foley, CM Febria, R Albright, MG Mehling, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 67 (3), 277-290, 2016
Ecotonal and other properties of the hyporheic zone
DD Williams, CM Febria, JCY Wong
Fundamental and Applied Limnology/Archiv für Hydrobiologie 176 (4), 349-364, 2010
Characterizing seasonal changes in physicochemistry and bacterial community composition in hyporheic sediments
CM Febria, RR Fulthorpe, DD Williams
Hydrobiologia 647 (1), 113-126, 2010
Microbial responses to changes in flow status in temporary headwater streams: a cross-system comparison
CM Febria, JD Hosen, BC Crump, MA Palmer, DD Williams
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 522, 2015
Simulating rewetting events in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: A global analysis of leached nutrients and organic matter
O Shumilova, D Zak, T Datry, D von Schiller, R Corti, A Foulquier, ...
Global change biology 25 (5), 1591-1611, 2019
The biota of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: prokaryotes, fungi, and protozoans
AM Romaní, E Chauvet, C Febria, J Mora-Gómez, U Risse-Buhl, ...
Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams, 161-188, 2017
Leaf litter additions enhance stream metabolism, denitrification, and restoration prospects for agricultural catchments
JM O'Brien, HJ Warburton, SE Graham, HM Franklin, CM Febria, ...
Ecosphere 8 (11), e02018, 2017
Patterns of hydrogen peroxide among lakes of the Mackenzie Delta, western Canadian Arctic
CM Febria, LFW Lesack, JAL Gareis, ML Bothwell
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63 (9), 2107-2118, 2006
Suburban watershed nitrogen retention: Estimating the effectiveness of stormwater management structures
BJ Koch, CM Febria, RM Cooke, JD Hosen, ME Baker, AR Colson, ...
Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 3, 2015
Operationalizing an ecosystem services-based approach for managing river biodiversity
CM Febria, BJ Koch, MA Palmer
Water Ecosystem Services: A Global Perspective; Gordon, IJ, Martin-Ortega, J …, 2015
Fluxes of dissolved organic carbon, other nutrients and microbial communities in a water-filled treehole ecosystem
RCM Verdonschot, CM Febria, DD Williams
Hydrobiologia 596 (1), 17-30, 2008
Food webs and trophic interactions in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams
AR McIntosh, C Leigh, KS Boersma, PA McHugh, C Febria, ...
Intermittent Rivers and ephemeral streams, 323-347, 2017
Thinking beyond the bioreactor box: Incorporating stream ecology into edge‐of‐field nitrate management
BC Goeller, CM Febria, JS Harding, AR McIntosh
Journal of environmental quality 45 (3), 866-872, 2016
Patterns of hydrogen peroxide among lakes of the Mackenzie Delta and potential effects on bacterial production
CM Febria
Department of Geography-Simon Fraser University, 2005
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