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Turning over a new leaf: the role of novel riparian ecosystems in catchment management

Novel riparian ecosystems Novel ecosystems can be broadly defined as those in which historically unprecedented combinations of species occur, primarily as a result of human influences, and which interact with their environments (including artificial elements such as bridges, roads, etc.) in new ways, often exhibiting novel ecological functions.1 In heavily modified, human-dominated catchments, novel ecosystems […]