Xisca Timoner
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Contraction, fragmentation and expansion dynamics determine nutrient availability in a Mediterranean forest stream
D Von Schiller, V Acuña, D Graeber, E Martí, M Ribot, S Sabater, ...
Aquatic Sciences 73 (4), 485, 2011
892011
Functional responses of stream biofilms to flow cessation, desiccation and rewetting
X Timoner, V Acuna, D Von Schiller, S Sabater
Freshwater Biology 57 (8), 1565-1578, 2012
872012
Microbial biofilm structure and organic matter use in mediterranean streams
AM Romaní, S Amalfitano, J Artigas, S Fazi, S Sabater, X Timoner, I Ylla, ...
Hydrobiologia 719 (1), 43-58, 2013
742013
Stream biofilm responses to flow intermittency: from cells to ecosystems
S Sabater, X Timoner, C Borrego, V Acuña
Frontiers in Environmental Science 4, 14, 2016
462016
Hydrological transitions drive dissolved organic matter quantity and composition in a temporary Mediterranean stream
D von Schiller, D Graeber, M Ribot, X Timoner, V Acuña, E Marti, ...
Biogeochemistry 123 (3), 429-446, 2015
422015
Increasing extent of periods of no flow in intermittent waterways promotes heterotrophy
V Acuña, M Casellas, N Corcoll, X Timoner, S Sabater
Freshwater Biology 60 (9), 1810-1823, 2015
342015
Biofilm functional responses to the rehydration of a dry intermittent stream
X Timoner, V Acuña, L Frampton, P Pollard, S Sabater, SE Bunn
Hydrobiologia 727 (1), 185-195, 2014
242014
The dynamics of biofilm bacterial communities is driven by flow wax and wane in a temporary stream
X Timoner, CM Borrego, V Acuña, S Sabater
Limnology and Oceanography 59 (6), 2057-2067, 2014
232014
Emerging contaminants and nutrients synergistically affect the spread of class 1 integron-integrase (intI1) and sul1 genes within stable streambed bacterial communities
J Subirats, X Timoner, A Sànchez-Melsió, JL Balcázar, V Acuña, ...
Water research 138, 77-85, 2018
202018
Photosynthetic pigment changes and adaptations in biofilms in response to flow intermittency
X Timoner, T Buchaca, V Acuña, S Sabater
Aquatic sciences 76 (4), 565-578, 2014
182014
The biota of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: prokaryotes, fungi, and protozoans
AM Romaní, E Chauvet, C Febria, J Mora-Gómez, U Risse-Buhl, ...
Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams, 161-188, 2017
162017
Multistressor effects on river biofilms under global change conditions
F Romero, S Sabater, X Timoner, V Acuña
Science of The Total Environment 627, 1-10, 2018
122018
Effects of duration, frequency, and severity of the non-flow period on stream biofilm metabolism
M Colls, X Timoner, C Font, S Sabater, V Acuña
Ecosystems 22 (6), 1393-1405, 2019
92019
The biota of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: algae and vascular plants
S Sabater, X Timoner, G Bornette, M De Wilde, JC Stromberg, JC Stella
Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams, 189-216, 2017
92017
Ecophysiology of river algae
S Sabater, J Artigas, N Corcoll, L Proia, X Timoner, E Tornés
River algae, 197-217, 2016
62016
Does biofilm origin matter? Biofilm responses to non‐flow period in permanent and temporary streams
X Timoner, M Colls, SM Salomón, F Oliva, V Acuña, S Sabater
Freshwater Biology 65 (3), 514-523, 2020
2020
Night-time measurements highly relevant for assessing stream CO2 fluxes: a Cross-European study
K Attermeyer, J Audet, LB Fraga, T Basic, A Bednarik, G Busst, JPC Ruiz, ...
11th Symposium for European Freshwater Science, 1, 2019
2019
Emerging contaminants and nutrients synergistically affect the spread of class 1 integron-integrase (intI1) and sul1 genes within stable streambed bacterial communities
X Timoner, S Alexandre, L Balc
2018
Ecosystem Metabolism in River Networks and Global Climate Change
V Acuña, R Marcé, X Timoner
Climate Change and Microbial Ecology, 137, 2016
2016
Increasing extent of periods of no flow in intermittent waterways promotes heterotrophy
V Acuña i Salazar, M Casellas, N Corcoll i Cornet, X Timoner, S Sabater
© Freshwater Biology, 2015, vol. 60, núm. 9, p. 1810-1823, 2015
2015
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