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Appendix A: Gauge locations and corresponding rhythm rank scores for the river basins included the study.
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Appendix B: Examples of correlations between in-stream gauge readings and floodplain inundation.
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Appendix C: Seasonality index, interannual variation in maximum flood peak, and mean and maximum annual runoff for gauges used in the study.
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Appendix D: Stable isotope ratios (13C/12C) of carbon (δ13C) for fish and local food sources (benthic invertebrates and periphyton) collected from multiple locations in rivers that vary in rhythmicity.
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Appendix E: Frequency histograms of inter-flood interval and maximum annual flow for representative rivers.
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