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Introduction: The ecology of a river floodplain and the Emiquon preserve

, University of Illinois Springfield , MS HSB 223, One University Plaza, Springfield, IL 62703-5407 , USA 2 Guest editors: Michael J. Lemke, A. Maria Lemke & Jeffery W. Walk / Large-Scale Floodplain Restoration

Diversity and succession of pelagic microorganism communities in a newly restored Illinois River floodplain lake

. Ellis Avenue, Chicago, IL , USA 1 M. J. Lemke (&) M. R. Randle Department of Biology, University of Illinois Springfield, One University Plaza , Springfield, IL 62703 , USA 2 Guest editors: Michael J ... . Lemke, A. Maria Lemke, & Jeffery W. Walk / Large-Scale Floodplain Restoration in the Illinois River Valley , USA 3 D. M. Kellerhals Illinois Natural History Survey, University of Illinois Urbana Champaign

Echoes of a flood pulse: short-term effects of record flooding of the Illinois River on floodplain lakes under ecological restoration

University Plaza , Springfield, IL 62703 , USA 2 Guest editors: Michael J. Lemke, A. Maria Lemke & Jeffery W. Walk / Large-Scale Floodplain Restoration in the Illinois River Valley 3 A. Kent University of

A Global eDNA Comparison of Freshwater Bacterioplankton Assemblages Focusing on Large-River Floodplain Lakes of Brazil

With its network of lotic and lentic habitats that shift during changes in seasonal connection, the tropical and subtropical large-river systems represent possibly the most dynamic of all aquatic environments. Pelagic water samples were collected from Brazilian floodplain lakes (total n = 58) in four flood-pulsed systems (Amazon [n = 21], Araguaia [n = 14], ParanĂ¡ [n = 15], and ...