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FINHooper DU, Chapin III FS, Ewel JJ, Hector A, Inchausti P, Lavorel S, lawton JH, Lodge DM, Loreau M, Naeem S, Schmid B, Setala H, Symstad AJ, Vandermeer J, Wardle DA.2005Effects of biodiversity on ecosystem functioning: a consensus of current knowledgeEcological Monographs75: 3 - 35AllReviewEcosystem EngineeringBiological Science
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FINKareiva PM, Bertness MD1997Re-examining the role of positive interactions in communitiesEcology78: 1945AllReviewEcosystem engineering
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FINWright JP, Jones CG2006The concept of organisms as ecosystem engineers ten years on: progress, limitations and challengesBioScience56: 203 - 209AllReviewEcosystem engineeringBiological Science
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FINAbelson A, Miloh T, Loya Y.1993Flow patterns induced by substrata and body morphologies of benthic organisms and their roles in determining availability of food particlesLimnology and Oceanography38: 1116 - 1124CoralN/AN/AAllModellingForm roughnessMultiDrag, turbulence; bed roughness; morphology0.930.610.55Still-waterN/APlane bedN/ASeawaterField collected
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FINLaBarbera M1984Feeding currents and particle capture mechanisms in suspension feeding animalsAmerican Zoologist24: 71 - 84AllReviewHydrodynamicsBiological ScienceFilter-feeding
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FINGutierrez JL, Jones CG, Strayer DL, Iribarne OO2003Mollusks as ecosystem engineers: the role of shell production in aquatic habitatsOikos101: 79 - 90MolluscsAllReviewRoughnessBiological ScienceBed roughness; drag; turbulence
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FINFukuhara H, Yasuda K1985Phosphorus excretion by some zoobenthos in a eutrophic freshwater lake and its temperature dependencyThe Japanese Journal of Limnology46: 287 - 296Chironomus plumosus, Tokunagayusurika akamusi, Chaoborus, Limnodrilus sp.LakeAquariaMicrocosmBiodepositionBiogeochemistry, phosphorous, temperatureStill-waterN/AField collectedLake waterField collected20 h
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FINGergs R, Rothhaupt KO2008Effect of zebra mussels on native amphipod and the invasive Dikerogammarus villosus: the influence of biodeposition and structural complexityJournal of the North American Benthological Society27: 541 - 548Dreissena polymorphaLakeAquariaBiodepositionEnvironmental ScienceEcosystem engineering, invasive species, topography, structural complexity0.090.09Still-waterN/AGravelLake waterField collected
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FINGergs R, Rothhaupt K-O2008Feeding rates, assimilation efficiencies and growth of two amphipod species on biodeposited material from zebra musselsFreshwater Biology53: 2494 - 2503Dreissena polymorphaLakeAquariaBiodepositionEnvironmental ScienceInvasive species, food web, biotic interactions0.1050.105Still-waterN/AgravelField collectedField collected
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FINMackie GL, Wright CA1994Ability of the zebra mussel, Driessena polymorpha to biodeposit and remove phosphorus and bod from diluted activated sweage sludgeWater Research28: 1123 - 1130Dreissena polymorphaLakeAquariaMicrocosmsBiodepositionBiological ScienceBiogeochemistry, phosphorus, pollutionStill-waterN/AField collected1mo + 48 h
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FINThayer SA, Haas RC, Hunter RD, Kushler RH1997Zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) effects on sediment, other zoobenthos, and the diet and growth of adult yellow perch (Perca flavescens) in pond enclosuresCanadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science54: 1903 - 1915Dreissena polymorphaLakeFieldEnclosure, field manipulationBiodepositionInvasive species, sedimentation, ecosystem engineeringLake St.Clair, Michigan, USA42.43565-82.691543
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FINGergs R, Grey J, Rothhaupt K-O2011Temporal variation in zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) density structure the benthic food web and community composition on hard substrates in Lake Constance, GermanyBiologicl Invasions13: 2727 - 2738Dreissena polymorphaLakeFieldBiodepositionEnvironmental ScienceInvasive species, ecosystem engineering, nutrientsLake Constance,47.6885049.205856
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FINNalepa TF, Gardner WS, Malczyk JM1991Phosphorus cycling by mussels (Unionidae: Bivalvia) in Lake St. ClairHydrobiologia219: 239 - 250Lampsilis radiata siliquoideaLakeFieldBiodepositionEnvironmental SciencePhosphorus, nutrient cycling, biogeochemistry, ecosystem engineeringLake St. Clair, USA42.597576-82.733917
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FINZhu B, Mayer CM, Heckathorn SA et al2007Can dreissenid attachment and biodeposition affect submerged macrophyte growth? Journal of Aquatic Plant Management45: 71 - 76Dreissena polymorpha, Dreissena bugensisLakeFieldBiodepositionEnvironmental ScienceEcosystem engineeringOneida Lake, NY, USA43.198732-75.876633
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FINAckerman JD, Loewen MR, Hamblin PF2001Benthic-pelagic coupling over a zebra mussel reef in western Lake ErieLimnology and Oceanography46: 892 - 904BivalveDreissena sp.LakeLakeFieldbiogenic flowsMulticoncentration boundary layer,near North Harbour Island, western Lake Erie41.80817277478235-82.80258178710938
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FINMorad MR, Khalili A, Roskosch A, Lewandowski J2010Quantification of pumping rate of Chironomus plumosus larvae in natural burowsAquatic Ecology44: 143 - 153Insect larvaeChironomidChironomus plumosusLakeAquariaPIV, flow visualisationBioirrigationBiological Science0.250.005Still-waterField collected, sievedField collectedField collected
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FINRoskosch A, Lewandowski J, Bergmann R, Wilke F, Brenner W, Buchert R2010Identification of transport processes in bioirrigated muddy sediments by [18F]fluoride PET (Positron Emission Tomography)Applied Radiation and Isotopes68: 1094 - 1097Chironomus plumosusLakeAquariaTracer, Positron Emission Tomography, PETBioirrigationBiological ScienceAdvection, 0.058 di0.058 di0.05Still-waterN/AmudField collectedField collected
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FINLewandowski J, Schadach M, Hupfer M.2005Impact of macrozoobenthos on two-dimensional small-scale heterogeneity of pore water phosphorus concentrations: in-situ study in Lake Arendsee (Germany)Hydrobiologia549: 43 - 55Chironomus plumosus, Chironomus thummi, Cryptochironomus sp., Procladius sp.LakeFieldBioirrigationBiological ScienceBioturbation, pore water phosphate, biogeochemistryLake Arendsee, Germany
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FINRippey B, Jewson DH1982The rates of sediment-water exchange of oxygen and sediment bioturbation in Lough Neagh, Northern IrelandHydrobiologia92: 377 - 382LakeFieldBioirrigationEnvironmental ScienceBiogeochemistry, bioturbation, oxygen, seasonality, pore waterLough Neigh, Ireland54.586388-6.429749
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FINSvensson JM1998Emission of N2O nitrification and denitrification in a eutrophic lake sediment bioturbated by Chironomus plumosusAquatic Microbial Ecology14: 289 - 299Insect larvaeChironomidChironomus plumosusLakeBioturbationBiological ScienceNitrification, Biogeochemistry, 0.044 di0.044 diStill-waterN/AField collectedField collectedField collected
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FINDavis RB1974Stratigraphic effects of tubificids in profundal lake sedimentsLimnology and Oceanography19: 466 - 488Annelid wormOligochaeteTubificidsLakeAquariaTracers, experimental sedimentBioturbationBiological ScienceFaeces, sediment transport, destabilisation, pollenStill-waterField collected, cookedField collected
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FINDe Haas EM, Kraak MHS, Koelmans AA, Admiraal W2005The impact of sediment reworking by opportunistic chironomids on specialised mayfliesFreshwater Biology50: 770 - 780Insect larvaeChironomidChironomus ripariusLakeAquariamicrocosmBioturbationBiological Scienceoxygenation, biogeochemistry, ecosystem engineering, porosityMudField collectedField collectedLaboratory reared
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FINFukuhara H1987The effect of tubificids and chironomids on particle redistribution of lake sedimentEcological Research2: 255 - 264Insect, annelid wormChironomids, tubificidChironomus plumosus, LimnodrilusLakeAquariasediment coreBioturbationBiological Sciencewater content, porosity0.750.75still-watersieved, driedField collectedDistilled waterField collected22d
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FINGallepp GW1979Chironomid influence on phosphate release in sediment-water micocosmEcology69: 557 - 566Chironomus riparius, Chironomus tentansLakeAquariamicrocosmBioturbationEnvironmental ScienceBiogeochemistry, phosphorous, biodeposition, nutrient fluxStill-waterN/A< 2 mmField collectedField collectedLaboratory cultured21 d
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FINGoedkoop W, Peterson M2003The fate, distribution, and toxicolofy of Lindane in tests with Chironomus riparius: effects of bioturbation and sediment organic matter contentEnvironmental Toxicology and Chemistry22: 67 - 76Insecta ChironomidsChironomus ripariusLakeAquariaDensity manipulationBioturbationEnvironmental Sciencepollution, lindane, pesticidesStill-waterSand, kaolin clay, peat, CaCO3ArtificialArtificial freshwater (M7-medium)Laboratory reared30d
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FINGosselin A, Hare L.2003Burrowing behaviour of Chaoborus flavicans larvae and its ecological significanceJournal of the North American Benthological Society22: 575 - 581Insecta DipteraChaoborus flavicansLakeAquariaTracer, X-ray, videographyBioturbationEnvironmental Science0.130.06Still-waterField collectedLake waterField collected10d, +3d
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FINKrezoski JH, Robbins JA, White DS1984Dual radiotracer measurement of zoobenthos-mediated solute and particle transport in freshwater sedimentsJournal of Geophysical Research89: 7937 - 7947Stylodrilus heringianus, Pontoporeia hoyiLakeAquaria137-Cs, tracerBioturbationEnvironmental SciencePorosity, 0.050.030.15Still-waterN/ASandy-siltField collectedField collected2000 hrs
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FINLagauzére S, Pischedda L, Cuny P, Gilbert F, Stora G, Bonzom J-M2009Influence of Chironomus riparius (Diptera, Chironomidae) and Tubifex tubifex (Annelida, Oligochaeta) on oxygen uptake by sediments. Consequences of uranium contaminationEnvironmental Pollution157: 1234 - 1242Insect larvae, Annelid wormChironomid, TubificidaeChironomus riparius, Tubifex tubifexLakeAquariaOxygen microelectrode probeBioturbationBiological ScienceUranium, Pollution, biogeochemistry, oxygen0.10.1Still-waterField collected, sievedField collected, filteredLaboratory reared, commercially purchased2 mo, +12 d
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FINLyman FE1943Swimming and burrowing activities of mayfly nymphs of the genus HexigeniaAnnual Ent Soc Am26: 250 - 256Hexagenia sp.LakeAquariaBioturbationBiological ScienceBurrow behavioursandField collectedField collected
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FINMacLachlan AJ1977Some effects of tube shape on the feeding of Chironomus plumosus L. (Diptera: Chironomidae)The Journal of Animal Ecology46: 139 - 146Insect larvaeChironomidChironomus plumosusLakeAquariaBioturbationBiological ScienceBioturbation, tube-building, cases, biogenic flows0.280.160.09Still-waterN/APlane bedN/AField collected
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FINPelegri SP, Blackburn TH1996Nitrogen cycling in lake sediments bioturbated by Chironomus plumosus larvae, under different degrees of oxygenationHydrobiologia325: 231 - 238Insect larvaeChironomidChironomus plumosusLakeAquariaCoresBioturbationBiological ScienceBiogeochemistry, oxygenation, oxygen, nitrogen0.035 di0.035 diStill-waterField collected
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FINRobbins JA, McCall PL, Fisher JB, Krezoski JR1979Effect of deposit feeder on migration of 137Cs in sedimentsEarth and Planetary Science Letters42: 277 - 287Pontoporeia hoyi, Tubifex tubifexLakeAquaria137-Cs, tracer, BioturbationEnvironmental ScienceBiodiffusion coefficient0.05080.017Still-waterN/AClayField collectedField Collected200 d
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FINSaarinen M, Taskinen J2003Burrowing and crawling behaviour of three species of Unionidae in FinlandJournal of Molluscan Studies69: 81 - 86BivalveUnionid clamAnodonta piscinalis, Pseudonodonta complanata, Unio pictorumLakeAquariaBioturbationBiological scienceBurrowing behaviour, Lake Alvajärvi, Lake Palokkajärvi, Lake Saravesi, Lake Tuomiojärva63.38790725.4580695
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FINSvensson JM, Leonardson L.2001Nitrification and denitrification in eutrophic lake sediment bioturbated by oligochaetesAquatic Microbial Ecology23: 177 - 186Annelid wormOligochaetaLimnodrilus sp., Tubifex tubifexLakeAquariaBioturbationBiological ScienceBiogeochemistry, nitrificationStill-waterN/AField collectedField collected
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FINSvensson JM.1997Influence of Chironomus plumosus larvae on ammonium flux and denitrification (measured by the acetylene blockage- and the isotope pairing-technique) in eutrophic lake sedimentHydrobiologia346: 157 - 168Insect larvaeChironomidChironomus plumosusLakeAquariaMesocosmBioturbationBiological ScienceNutrient cycling, oxygen, denitification, nitrogen, ammonium0.044 di0.044 diStill-waterN/AField collectedField collected
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FINWhite DS, Klahr PC, Robbins JA1987Effects of temperature and density on sediment reworking by Stylodrilus heringianus (Oligochaeta: Lumbriculidae)Journal of Great Lakes Research13: 147 - 156AnnelidOligochaetaStylodrilus heringianusLakeAquariaMicrocosm, radioisotopeBioturbationEnvironmental ScienceAbiotic interactions, temperature, Still-watermudField collectedField collectedField collected
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FINCaliman A, Leal JF, Esteves FA2007Functional bioturbator diversity enhances benthic-pelagic processes and properties in experimental microcosmsJournal of the North American Benthological Society26: 450 - 459Chironomus sp., Heteromastus similis, Heleobia australisLakeLagoonAquariaBioturbationStill-waterN/ASilt, clayField CollectedField collectedField collected1d +
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FINCharbonneau P, Hare L, Carignan R1997Use of X-ray images and a contrasting agent to study the behaviour of animals in soft sedimentsLimnology and Oceanography42: 1823 - 1828Insect larvaeMayflyHexagenia, ChironomusLakeMudAquariaX-rayBioturbationEnvironmental ScienceResuspension242.5Still-waterMudField collected, sievedField collected
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FINLagauzére S, Moreira S, Koschorreck M2011Influence of bioturbation on the biogeochemistry of littoral sediments of an acidic post-mining pit lakeBiogeoscience8: 339 - 352Insect larvaeChironomidChironomus crassimanusLakeStill-waterAquariaBioturbationEnvironmental ScienceBiotubation, mining waste, nutrient cyclingStill-waterN/AField collectedField collected16 d
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FINSvensson JM, Leonardson L.1996Effects of bioturbation by tube-dwelling chironomid larvae on oxygen uptake and denitrification in eutrophic lake sedimentsFreshwater Biology35: 289 - 300Insect larvaeChironomidChironomus plumosusLakestill-waterAquariaDensity manipulationBioturbationBiological ScienceBioturbation, oxygen, nutrient cycling0.044 di0.044 diStill-waterN/AField collectedField collected2 wks
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FINBiswas JK, Rana S, Bhakta JN, Jana BB.2009Bioturbation potential of chironomid larvae for the sediment-water phosphorus exhange in simulated pond systems of varied nutrient enrichmentEcological Engineering35: 1444 - 1453Insect larvaeChironomidLakeAquariaMicrocosmsBioturbationMultiBiogeochemistry, nutrient cycling, bacteria, nitrogen, eutrophicationStill-waterN/AField collectedDechlorinated groundwaterPurchased60 d
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FINCharbonneau P, Hare L.1998Burrowing behavior and biogenic structures of mud-dwelling insectsJournal of the North American Benthological Society17: 239 - 249Hexagenia limbata, Sialis velata, Polycentropus sp., Chironous (decorus gp.) sp., Chironomus staegeri, Chironomus tigris, Glyptotendipes sp., Procladius sp.LakeAquariaX-ray, BioturbationEnvironmental ScienceSeasonality, burrow architecture0.240.025Still-waterN/AField CollectedLake waterField collected2wk +
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FINEwald G, Berglund O, Svensson JM1997Effect of oligochaete bioturbation on sediment accumulation of 2,2', 4,4'-TetrachlorobiphenylEcotoxicology and Environmental Safety36: 66 - 71Limnodrilus sp. Tubifex tubifexLakeAquariaMicrocosmBioturbationBiological ScienceContaminant, pollutionStill-waterN/AField collected100 d
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FINHansen K, Mouridsen S, Kristensen E1998The impact of Chironomus plumosus larvae on organic matter decay and nutrient (N, P) exchange in a shallow eutrophic lake sediment following a phytoplankton sedimentationHydrobiologia364: 65 - 74Chironomus plumosusLakeAquariaMicrocosmBioturbationBiological ScienceBioirrigation, BiogeochemistryLake Arreskov, Denmark55.1581310.308262
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FINHuntin ER, van der Geest2011Predictability of bacterial activity and denitrification in aquatic sediments with continuous measurements of redix potentialInt. J. Env. Scie. Tech8: 553 - 560Tubifex sp.LakeAquariaBioturbationBiological ScienceBiogeochemistry0.11 di0.11 diStill-waterN/AField collected4 d
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FINKajan R, Frenzel P1999The effect of chironomid larvae on production, oxidation and fluxes of methane in a flooded rice soilFEMS Microbial Ecology28: 121 - 129ChironomidChironomus plumosus, Chironomus riparius/piger, Chironomus luridus, Polypedilum uncinatumLakeAquariaBioturbationBiological ScienceTube-building, biogeochemistry, bacteria, bioirrigation, 0.08 di0.08 diStill-waterN/A< 2 mmField collecteddemineralised waterField collected
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FINKißner T, Hartmann V2001Bioturbating and building behaviour of Chironomous sp. under different O2 concentrationsInsect larvaeChironomidChironomus sp.LakeAquariaMicrocosm, videographyBioturbationBiological ScienceOxygen, microbial activity, organic matter0.1350.05Still-waterField collectedField collected
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FINKoelmans AA, Jonker MTO2011Effects of black carbon on bioturbation-induced benthic fluxes of polychlorinated biphenylsChemosphere84: 1150 - 1157Annelid wormTubificidLimnodrilus spLakeAquariaBioturbationMultiPollution, hydrocarbon, contaminant, oil0.250.15Still-waterN/A< 2 mmField collected, sievedBarnstead NanopurePurchased pet store35 d
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FINLawrence GB, Mitchell MJ1985Use of 35S to determine the influence of Hexagenia on sulfur cycling in lake sedimentsHydrobiologia128: 91 - 95Hexagenia limbata, Hexagenia bilineataLakeAquariaRadioisotope tracer, microcosmBioturbationMultiBiogeochemistry, sulfur nutrient cyclingStill-waterN/A< 2 mmField collectedField collectedField collected5 d
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FINLeal JJF, Esteves FdA, Farjalla VF, Enrich-Prast A2003Effect of Campsurus notalus on NH+4, DOC fluxes, O2 uptake and bacterioplankton production in experimental microcosms with sediment-water interface of an Amazonian lake impacted by Bauxite tailingsInternational Review of Hydrobiology88: 167 - 178EphemeropteraCampsurus notatusLakeAquariaMesocosm, density manipulationBioturbationBiological SciencePollution, contaminant, Carbon, Biogeochemistry, Nutrient cycling, oxygen, nitrogen0.04 di0.04 di0.02Still-waterN/AField collectedField collectedField collected
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FINLewandowski J, Laskov C, Hupper M2007The relationship between Chironomus plumosus burrows and the spatial distribution of pore-water phosphate, iron and ammonium in lake sedimentsFreshwater Biology52: 331 - 343Chironomus plumosusLakeAquariaMesocosm, x-ray, peepers, pore-water samplersBioturbationBiological ScienceBurrows, pore water exchange, phosphate, iron, ammonium0.2440.029Still-waterN/AField collectedField collected22 d
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FINVorob'ev DS, Frank YA, Lushnikov SV, Zaloznyi NA, Noskov YA2010Oil decontamination of bottom sediments using Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri (Oligochaeta: Tubificidae)Contemporary Problems of Ecology3: 15 - 18AnnelidOligochaetaLimnodrilus hoffmeisteriLakeAquariaBioturbationEnvironmental ScienceContaminant, pollution, oil degradation, biogeochemisty0.150.15Still-waterN/ASiltField collected, sievedSeawaterField collected30 d
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FINZhang L, Gu X, Fan C, Shang J, Shen Q, Wang Z, Shen J2010Impact of different benthic animals on phosphorus dynamics across the sediment-water interfaceJournal of Environmental Sciences22: 1674 - 1682Tanypus chinensis, Limnodrilus hoffmeisteriLakeAquariaBioturbationMultiOxygen, biogeochemistry, 0.11 di0.11 diStill-waterN/A< 0.6 mmField collectedFiltered, field collected37 d
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FINZhang L, Shen Q, hu H, Shao S, Fan C2011Impacts of Corbicula fluminea on oxygen uptake and nutrient fluxes across the sediment-water interfaceWater Air Soil Pollution220: 399 - 411BivalveClamCorbicula flumineaLakeAquariaCore MicrocosmBioturbationEnvironmental ScienceBiogeochemistry, oxygen0.11 di0.11 diStill-waterField collected, sievedSeawaterField collected
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FINFisher JB, Lick WL, McCall PL, Robbins JA1980Vertical mixing of lake sediments by tubificid oligochaetesJournal of Geophysical Research85: 3997 - 4006Tubifex tubifexLakeAquaria, Modelling137-Cs, tracerBioturbationEnvironmental ScienceExtrapolation0.05080.0127Still-waterN/Asilt-clayField collecteddistilled waterField collected
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FINWang X, Matisoff G1997Solute transport in sediments by a large freshwater Oligochaete, Branchiura sowerbyiEnvironmental Science and Technology31: 1926 - 1933OligochaetaBranchiura sowerbyiLakeAquaria, modelling27Na, 137Cs tracer, microcosms, BioturbationEnvironmental ScienceDiffusion-advection models, tracer, irrigation, faecal0.050.01Still-watersilt, clayField collectedField collectedField collected2-10d + 31d
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FINFenchel T, Kofoed LH, Lappalainen A1975Particle-size selection of two deposit feeders: the amphipod Corophium volutator and the prosobranch Hydrobia ulvaeMarine Biology30: 119 - 128Limnodrilus hoffmeisteriLakeFieldBioturbationEnvironmental ScienceBiogeochemistry, nutrient cyclingEast Lake Dongting28.8876615112.5841075
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FINKrezoski JH, Mozley SC, Robbins JA1978Influence of benthic macroinvertebrates on mixing of profundal sediments in southeastern Lake HuronLimnology and Oceanography23: 1011 - 1016LakeFieldCoreBioturbationLake Huron, USA45.0522366-82.4846115
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