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Guzman L.M., Thompson P.L., Viana D.S., Vanschoenwinkel B.J., Horváth Z., Ptacnik R., Jeliazkov A., Gascón S., Lemmens P., Anton-Pardo M.T., Langenheder S., De Meester L. & Chase J. M. 2022. Accounting for temporal change in multiple biodiversity patterns improves the inference of metacommunity processes. Ecology 103: e3683.

Mor J.R., Muñoz I., Sabater S., Zamora L. & Ruhi A. 2022. Energy limitation or sensitive predators? Trophic and non-trophic impacts of wastewater pollution on stream food webs. Ecology 103: e03587.

Colls M., Timoner X., Font C., Acuña V. & Sabater S. 2021. Biofilm pigments in temporary streams indicate duration and severity of drying. Limnology and Oceanography 66: 3313–3326.

Comte L., J. Carvajal-Quintero, P. Tedesco, X. Giam, U. Brose, T. Eros, A. Filipe, M. Fortin, K. Irving, Cl. Jacquet, S. Larsen, S. Sharma, A. Ruhi, F. Becker, L. Casatti, G. Castaldelli, R. Dala-Corte, S. Davenport, N. Franssen, E. García-Berthou, A. Gavioli, K. Gido, L. Jimenez-Segura, R. Leitão, B. McLarney, J. Meador, M. Milardi, D. Moffatt, T. Occhi, P. Pompeu, D. Propst, M. Pyron, G. Salvador, J. Stefferud, T. Sutela, C. Taylor, A. Terui, H. Urabe, T. Vehanen, J. Vitule, J. Zeni, J.D. Olden. 2021. RivFishTIME: A global database of fish time-series to study global change ecology in riverine systems. Global Ecology and Biogeography 30: 38–50.

Cunillera‐Montcusí D., Borthagaray A.I., Boix D., Gascón S., Sala J., Tornero I., Quintana X.D. and Arim M., 2021. Metacommunity resilience against simulated gradients of wildfire: disturbance intensity and species dispersal ability determine landscape recover capacity. Ecography 44: 1022-1034.

Cunillera-Montcusí D., Arim M., Gascón S., Tornero I., Sala J., Boix D. & Borthagaray A.I. 2020. Addressing trait selection patterns in temporary ponds in response to wildfire disturbance and seasonal succession. Journal of Animal Ecology 89: 2134-2144.

Radinger J. & García-Berthou E. 2020. The role of connectivity in the interplay between climate change and the spread of alien fish in a large Mediterranean river. Global Change Biology 26: 6383–6398.

Acuña V., Casellas M., Font C., Romero F., & Sabater S. 2019. Nutrient attenuation dynamics in effluent dominated watercourses. Water Research 160: 330-338.

Escoriza D. & Ben Hassine J. 2019. Amphibians of North Africa. Academic Press, London. 337 p.

Radinger J., Britton J.R., Carlson S.M., Magurran A.E., Alcaraz-Hernández J.D., Almodóvar A., Benejam L., Fernández-Delgado C., Nicola G.G., Oliva-Paterna F.J., Torralva M. & García-Berthou E. 2019. Effective monitoring of freshwater fish. Fish and Fisheries 20: 729-747.

Roy H.E., Bacher S., Essl F., Adriaens T., Aldridge D.C., Bishop J.D.D., Blackburn T.M., Branquart E., Brodie J., Carboneras C., Cook E.J., Copp G.H., Dean H.J., Eilenberg J., Gallardo B., Garcia M., García-Berthou E., Genovesi P., Hulme P.E., Kenis M., Kerckhof F., Kettunen M., Minchin D., Nentwig W., Nieto A., Pergl J., Pescott O.L., Peyton J., Preda C., Roques A., Rorke S.L., Scalera R., Schindler S., Schönrogge K., Sewell J., Solarz W., Stewart A.J.A., Tricarico E., Vanderhoeven S., van der Velde G., Vilà M., Wood C.A., Zenetos A. & Rabitsch W. 2019. Developing a list of invasive alien species likely to threaten biodiversity and ecosystems in the European Union. Global Change Biology 25: 1032-1048.

Sala M.M., Piontek J., Endres S., Romaní A.M., Dyhrman S., Steen A.D. (eds). 2019. Extracellular Enzymes in Aquatic Environments: Exploring the Link Between Genomic Potential and Biogeochemical Consequences. Lausanne: Frontiers Media.

Perujo, N., Romaní, A. & Sanchez-Vila, X. 2018. Bilayer infiltration system combines benefits from both coarse and fine sands promoting nutrient accumulation in sediments and increasing removal rates. Environmental Science & Technology 52: 5734–5743.

Sabater S., Elosegi A. and Ludwig R. (eds.) 2018. Multiple stressors in river ecosystems: status, impacts and prospects for the future. Elsevier, Amsterdam.

Calhoun A.J.K., Mushet D.M., Bell K.P., Boix D., Fitzsimons J.A., Isselin-Nondedeu F. 2017. Temporary wetlands: challenges and solutions to conserving a ‘disappearing’ ecosystem. Biological Conservation 211: 3–11.

Dawson W, D Moser, M van Kleunen, H Kreft, J Pergl, P Pyšek, P Weigelt, M Winter, B Lenzner, TM Blackburn, E Dyer, P Cassey, SL Scrivens, EP Economo, B Guénard, C Capinha, H Seebens, P García-Díaz, W Nentwig, E García-Berthou, C Casal, NE Mandrak, P Fuller, C Meyer, F Essl. 2017. Global hotspots and correlates of alien species richness across taxonomic groups. Nature Ecology and Evolution 1: 0186.

Freixa A., Acuña V., Casellas M., Pecheva S., Romaní A.M. 2017. Warmer night-time temperature promotes microbial heterotrophic activity and modifies stream sediment community. Global Change Biology 23: 3825–3837.

McKnight E., García-Berthou E., Srean P. & Rius M. 2017. Global meta-analysis of native and non-indigenous trophic traits in aquatic ecosystems. Global Change Biology 23: 1861–1870.

Perujo N., Sanchez-Vila X., Proia L. & Romaní A.M. 2017. Interaction between physical heterogeneity and microbial processes in subsurface sediments: a laboratory-scale column experiment. Environmental Science and Technology 51: 6110–6119.

Aparicio E., C. Alcaraz, G. Carmona-Catot, E. García-Berthou, Q. Pou-Rovira, R. Rocaspana, M.J. Vargas & D. Vinyoles. 2016. Peixos continentals de Catalunya. Ecologia, conservació i guia d’identificació. Lynx Edicions, Barcelona. 251 p.

Azevedo-Santos V.M., J.R.S. Vitule, E. García-Berthou, F.M. Pelicice & D. Simberloff. 2016. Misguided strategy for mosquito control. Science 351: 675.

Battin T.J., Besemer K., Bengtsson M.M., Romaní A.M., Packmann A.I. 2016. The ecology and biogeochemistry of stream biofilms. Nature Reviews Microbiology 14: 251-263.

Batzer D. & Boix D. (eds.) 2016. Invertebrates in freshwater wetlands: An international perspective on their ecology. Springer International Publishing. 655 p.

Butturini A., Guarch A., Romaní A.M., Freixa A., Amalfitano S., Fazi S., Ejarque E. 2016. Hydrological conditions control in situ DOM retention and release along a Mediterranean river. Water Research 99: 33-45.

Romaní, AM., Guasch, H., and Balaguer, M.D (Eds) 2016. Aquatic Biofilms: Ecology, Water Quality and Wastewater Treatment. xii + 230 pages. Caister Academic Press. ISBN: 978-1-910190-17-3.

Soto D.X., J. Benito, E. Gacia, E. García-Berthou & J. Catalan. 2016. Trace metal accumulation as complementary dietary information for the isotopic analysis of complex food webs. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7: 910–918.

Acuña V., T. Datry, J. Marshall, D. Barceló, C.N. Dahm, A. Ginebreda, G. McGregor, S. Sabater, K. Tockner & M.A. Palmer. 2014. Why should we care about temporary waterways? Science 343: 1080-1081.

Escoriza D. & Ruhí A. 2014. Macroecological patterns of amphibian assemblages in the Western Palearctic: Implications for conservation. Biological Conservation 176: 252–261.

Segner H., Schmitt-Jansen M. & Sabater S. 2014. Assessing the impact of multiple stressors on aquatic biota: the receptor’s side matters. Environmental Science and Technology 48: 7690−7696.

Simberloff D., Martin J.-L., Genovesi P., Maris V., Wardle D.A., Aronson J., Courchamp F., Galil B., García-Berthou E., Pascal M., Pyšek P., Sousa R.,Tabacchi E. & Vilà M. 2013. Impacts of biological invasions - what’s what and the way forward. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 28: 58–66.

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