Fabiana Schneck
Fabiana Schneck
Professor of Ecology, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande - FURG
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Substrate roughness affects stream benthic algal diversity, assemblage composition, and nestedness
F Schneck, A Schwarzbold, AS Melo
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30 (4), 1049-1056, 2011
Characteristics of the top-cited papers in species distribution predictive models
FG Barbosa, F Schneck
Ecological Modelling 313, 77-83, 2015
Hydrological disturbance overrides the effect of substratum roughness on the resistance and resilience of stream benthic algae
F Schneck, AS Melo
Freshwater Biology 57 (8), 1678-1688, 2012
Focusing on variation: methods and applications of the concept of beta diversity in aquatic ecosystems
AS Melo, F Schneck, LU Hepp, NR Simões, T Siqueira, LM Bini
Acta Limnologica Brasiliensia 23 (3), 318-331, 2011
Use of ecological niche models to predict the distribution of invasive species: a scientometric analysis
FG Barbosa, F Schneck, AS Melo
Brazilian Journal of Biology 72 (4), 821-829, 2012
Macrophyte functional groups elucidate the relative role of environmental and spatial factors on species richness and assemblage structure
CRT Trindade, VL Landeiro, F Schneck
Hydrobiologia, 1-14, 2018
Reliable sample sizes for estimating similarity among macroinvertebrate assemblages in tropical streams
F Schneck, AS Melo
Annales de Limnologie-International Journal of Limnology 46 (2), 93-100, 2010
Epilithic diatom community in a high altitude stream impacted by fish farming in southern Brazil
F Schneck, LC Torgan, A Schwarzbold
Acta Limnologica Brasiliensia 19 (3), 341-355, 2007
Spatial diet overlap and food resource in two congeneric mullet species revealed by stable isotopes and stomach content analyses
AFS Garcia, AM Garcia, SR Vollrath, F Schneck, CFM Silva, ÍJ Marchetti, ...
Community Ecology 19, 116-124, 2018
Environmental variability drives phytoplankton assemblage persistence in a subtropical reservoir
F Schneck, A Schwarzbold, SC Rodrigues, AS Melo
Austral Ecology 36 (7), 839-848, 2011
Patterns in species and functional dissimilarity: insights from periphytic algae in subtropical floodplain lakes
B Dunck, F Schneck, L Rodrigues
Hydrobiologia 763, 237-247, 2016
Diatomáceas epilíticas em riacho de altitude no sul do Brasil
F Schneck, LC Torgan, A Schwarzbold
Rodriguésia 59 (2), 325-338, 2008
Sampling effort and information quality provided by rare and common species in estimating assemblage structure
LF Sgarbi, LM Bini, J Heino, J Jyrkänkallio-Mikkola, VL Landeiro, ...
Ecological Indicators 110, 105937, 2020
Substratum simplification reduces beta diversity of stream algal communities
DK Petsch, F Schneck, AS Melo
Freshwater Biology 62 (1), 205-213, 2017
Temperature and surface runoff affect the community of periphytic diatoms and have distinct effects on functional groups: evidence of a mesocosms experiment
CFM da Silva, LC Torgan, F Schneck
Hydrobiologia 839, 37-50, 2019
Compositional uniqueness of diatoms and insects in subtropical streams is weakly correlated with riffle position and environmental uniqueness
E Castro, T Siqueira, AS Melo, LM Bini, VL Landeiro, F Schneck
Hydrobiologia 842, 219-232, 2019
The influence of environmental variables on spatial and temporal phytoplankton dissimilarity in a large shallow subtropical lake (Lake Mangueira, southern Brazil)
LO Crossetti, F Schneck, LM Freitas-Teixeira, D Motta-Marques
Acta Limnologica Brasiliensia 26, 111-118, 2014
Substrate roughness, fish grazers, and mesohabitat type interact to determine algal biomass and sediment accrual in a high-altitude subtropical stream
F Schneck, A Schwarzbold, AS Melo
Hydrobiologia 711, 165-173, 2013
Diagnóstico ambiental da bacia hidrográfica do rio da ilha, Taquara, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil
A Fontanella, A Coutinho, C Perry, C Rheinheimer, F Schneck, G Iob, ...
Revista Brasileira de Biociências 7 (1), 2009
Diatoms as indicators in running waters: trends of studies on biological assessment and monitoring
APT Costa, F Schneck
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 194 (10), 695, 2022
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