Lake Maggiore. Rainbow bridging the lake (Courtesy of Andrew Dawson)

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Roberto Bertoni
Diego Fontaneto
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The Journal of Limnology publishes peer-reviewed original papers, review papers and notes about all aspects of limnology. The scope of the Journal of Limnology comprises the ecology, biology, microbiology, physics, and chemistry of freshwaters, including the impact of human activities, management and conservation. Coverage includes molecular-, organism-, community-, and ecosystem-level studies both applied and theoretical. Proceedings of workshops, specialized symposia, conferences, may also be accepted for publication. The Journal of Limnology is published in three issues per year, open access online and each article is available for downloading for free. A printed version is also available at the annual subscription rate of € 160. For further information on subscription terms, rates, modes of payment and shipping, etc. please contact the Publisher at info@pagepress.org

The Special Issue Recent advances in the study of Chironomidae: An overview is now available

Vol 77 No 3 (2018)

Published: 2018-11-21

Leaf traits of Brazilian semiarid species as regulatory factors for associated aquatic invertebrates

Marcos Medeiros Cavalcanti Júnior, Luiz U. Hepp, Joseline Molozzi, Dilma M. de Brito Melo Trovão

Variation of stream metabolism along a tropical environmental gradient

Wesley A. Saltarelli, Walter K. Dodds, Flavia Tromboni, Maria do Carmo Calijuri, Vinicius Neres-Lima, Carlos E. Jordão, Julio C.P. Palhares, Davi G.F. Cunha

Ecological drivers of testate amoeba diversity in tropical water bodies of central Mexico

Itzel Sigala Regalado, Socorro Lozano García, Liseth Pérez Alvarado, Margarita Caballero, Alfonso Lugo Vázquez

Environmental drivers influencing stonefly assemblages along a longitudinal gradient in karst lotic habitats

Anamarija Ridl, Marina Vilenica, Marija Ivković, Aleksandar Popijač, Ignac Sivec, Marko Miliša, Zlatko Mihaljević

Mechanisms regulating CO2 and CH4 dynamics in the Azorean volcanic lakes (São Miguel Island, Portugal)

Franco Tassi, Jacopo Cabassi, Cesar Andrade, Cristiana Callieri, Catarina Silva, Fatima Viveiros, Gianluca Corno, Orlando Vaselli, Enrico Selmo, Andrea Gallorini, Andrea Ricci, Luciano Giannini, Josè V. Cruz
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