Fish and macroinvertebrate assemblages reveal extensive degradation of the world's rivers

Maria João Feio, Robert M. Hughes, Sónia R.Q. Serra, Susan J. Nichols, Ben J. Kefford, Mark Lintermans, Wayne Robinson, Oghenekaro N. Odume, Marcos Callisto, Diego R. Macedo, Jon S. Harding, Adam G. Yates, Wendy Monk, Keigo Nakamura, Terutaka Mori, Masanao Sueyoshi, Norman Mercado-Silva, Kai Chen, Min Jeong Baek, Yeon Jae BaeRam Devi Tachamo-Shah, Deep Narayan Shah, Ian Campbell, Nabor Moya, Francis O. Arimoro, Unique N. Keke, Renato T. Martins, Carlos B.M. Alves, Paulo S. Pompeu, Subodh Sharma

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