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Paper abstract: Beavers can modify the hydrology, morphology, chemistry, and biology of ecosystems, though we have limited understanding of how beaver activity alters whole-ecosystem functions. We analyzed the effect of beaver activity and beaver dams on ecosystem metabolism in sub-Antarctic streams and rivers, where beavers are a non-native species. We characterized ecosystem metabolism (gross primary production and ecosystem respiration, GPP and ER) during 1-4 days in six streams and rivers with current beaver activity and dams (active) and three streams with no dams and no beavers (abandoned). Current beaver activity enhanced metabolism; GPP and ER were higher in sites with beaver activity than in more heterotrophic, abandoned sites. Beavers affect whole-ecosystem metabolism despite no detectable effects on physical and chemical variables in sub-Antarctic streams and rivers.
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|Agency Name||Award Title||Award Number|
|CONICET||Financiamiento parcial de estadías en el exterior||Victoria García|
|ANPCyT (Argentina)||PICT to Patricia Rodríguez||2015 1152|
|ANPCyT (Argentina)||PICT to Patricia Rodríguez||2017 0164|
|CONICET||PUE to CADIC||2016|
|GEF project GCP||ARG /40 023 / GFF|
|Universidad Nacional de Tierra del Fuego||PID UNTdF|
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