@article{fdi:010075159,
title = {{G}lobal patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones},
author = {{T}iegs, {S}. {D}. and {C}ostello, {D}. {M}. and {I}sken, {M}. {W}. and {W}oodward, {G}. and {M}c{I}ntyre, {P}. {B}. and {G}essner, {M}. {O}. and {C}hauvet, {E}. and {G}riffiths, {N}. {A}. and {F}lecker, {A}. {S}. and {A}cuna, {V}. and {A}lbarino, {R}. and {A}llen, {D}. {C}. and {A}lonso, {C}. and {A}ndino, {P}. and {A}rango, {C}. and {A}roviita, {J}. and {B}arbosa, {M}. {V}. {M}. and {B}armuta, {L}. {A}. and {B}axter, {C}. {V}. and {B}ell, {T}. {D}. {C}. and {B}ellinger, {B}. and {B}oyero, {L}. and {B}rown, {L}. {E}. and {B}ruder, {A}. and {B}ruesewitz, {D}. {A}. and {B}urdon, {F}. {J}. and {C}allisto, {M}. and {C}anhoto, {C}. and {C}apps, {K}. {A}. and {C}astillo, {M}. {M}. and {C}lapcott, {J}. and {C}olas, {F}. and {C}olon-{G}aud, {C}. and {C}ornut, {J}. and {C}respo-{P}erez, {V}. and {C}ross, {W}. {F}. and {C}ulp, {J}. {M}. and {D}anger, {M}. and {D}angles, {O}livier and de {E}yto, {E}. and {D}erry, {A}. {M}. and {V}illanueva, {V}. {D}. and {D}ouglas, {M}. {M}. and {E}losegi, {A}. and {E}ncalada, {A}. {C}. and {E}ntrekin, {S}. and {E}spinosa, {R}. and {E}thaiya, {D}. and {F}erreira, {V}. and {F}erriol, {C}. and {F}lanagan, {K}. {M}. and {F}leituch, {T}. and {S}hah, {J}. {J}. {F}. and {F}rainer, {A}. and {F}riberg, {N}. and {F}rost, {P}. {C}. and {G}arcia, {E}. {A}. and {L}ago, {L}. {G}. and {S}oto, {P}. {E}. {G}. and {G}hate, {S}. and {G}iling, {D}. {P}. and {G}ilmer, {A}. and {G}oncalves, {J}. {F}. and {G}onzales, {R}. {K}. and {G}raca, {M}. {A}. {S}. and {G}race, {M}. and {G}rossart, {H}. {P}. and {G}uerold, {F}. and {G}ulis, {V}. and {H}epp, {L}. {U}. and {H}iggins, {S}. and {H}ishi, {T}. and {H}uddart, {J}. and {H}udson, {J}. and {I}mberger, {S}. and {I}niguez-{A}rmijos, {C}. and {I}wata, {T}. and {J}anetski, {D}. {J}. and {J}ennings, {E}. and {K}irkwood, {A}. {E}. and {K}oning, {A}. {A}. and {K}osten, {S}. and {K}uehn, {K}. {A}. and {L}audon, {H}. and {L}eavitt, {P}. {R}. and da {S}ilva, {A}. {L}. {L}. and {L}eroux, {S}. {J}. and {L}eroy, {C}. {J}. and {L}isi, {P}. {J}. and {M}ac{K}enzie, {R}. and {M}arcarelli, {A}. {M}. and {M}asese, {F}. {O}. and {M}c{K}ie, {B}. {G}. and {M}edeiros, {A}. {O}. and {M}eissner, {K}. and {M}ilisa, {M}. and {M}ishra, {S}. and {M}iyake, {Y}. and {M}oerke, {A}. and {M}ombrikotb, {S}. and {M}ooney, {R}. and {M}oulton, {T}. and {M}uotka, {T}. and {N}egishi, {J}. {N}. and {N}eres-{L}ima, {V}. and {N}ieminen, {M}. {L}. and {N}imptsch, {J}. and {O}ndruch, {J}. and {P}aavola, {R}. and {P}ardo, {I}. and {P}atrick, {C}. {J}. and {P}eeters, {E}thm and {P}ozo, {J}. and {P}ringle, {C}. and {P}russian, {A}. and {Q}uenta, {E}. and {Q}uesada, {A}. and {R}eid, {B}. and {R}ichardson, {J}. {S}. and {R}igosi, {A}. and {R}incon, {J}. and {R}isnoveanu, {G}. and {R}obinson, {C}. {T}. and {R}odriguez-{G}allego, {L}. and {R}oyer, {T}. {V}. and {R}usak, {J}. {A}. and {S}antamans, {A}. {C}. and {S}elmeczy, {G}. {B}. and {S}imiyu, {G}. and {S}kuja, {A}. and {S}mykla, {J}. and {S}ridhar, {K}. {R}. and {S}ponseller, {R}. and {S}toler, {A}. and {S}wan, {C}. {M}. and {S}zlag, {D}. and {T}eixeira-de {M}ello, {F}. and {T}onkin, {J}. {D}. and {U}usheimo, {S}. and {V}each, {A}. {M}. and {V}ilbaste, {S}. and {V}ought, {L}. {B}. {M}. and {W}ang, {C}. {P}. and {W}ebster, {J}. {R}. and {W}ilson, {P}. {B}. and {W}oelfl, {S}. and {X}enopoulos, {M}. {A}. and {Y}ates, {A}. {G}. and {Y}oshimura, {C}. and {Y}ule, {C}. {M}. and {Z}hang, {Y}. {X}. and {Z}wart, {J}. {A}.},
language = {{ENG}},
abstract = {{R}iver ecosystems receive and process vast quantities of terrestrial organic carbon, the fate of which depends strongly on microbial activity. {V}ariation in and controls of processing rates, however, are poorly characterized at the global scale. {I}n response, we used a peer-sourced research network and a highly standardized carbon processing assay to conduct a global-scale field experiment in greater than 1000 river and riparian sites. {W}e found that {E}arth's biomes have distinct carbon processing signatures. {S}low processing is evident across latitudes, whereas rapid rates are restricted to lower latitudes. {B}oth the mean rate and variability decline with latitude, suggesting temperature constraints toward the poles and greater roles for other environmental drivers (e.g., nutrient loading) toward the equator. {T}hese results and data set the stage for unprecedented "next-generation biomonitoring" by establishing baselines to help quantify environmental impacts to the functioning of ecosystems at a global scale.},
keywords = {{MONDE}},
journal = {{S}cience {A}dvances},
volume = {5},
numero = {1},
pages = {p. eaav0486 [8 p.]},
ISSN = {2375-2548},
year = {2019},
DOI = {10.1126/sciadv.aav0486},
URL = {http://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/fdi:010075159},
}