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New Articles for April 26 - May 2, 2021

Monday, May 3, 2021
Ashlynn Boedecker


New Articles for April 26 - May 2, 2021


AQUATIC SPECIFIC (26): Aquatic Sciences (1), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (1), Freshwater Biology (2), Freshwater Science (3), Journal of Great Lakes Research (6), Hydrobiologia (4), Limnology and Oceanography (3), Water Resources Research (6)

OA = Open Access



Hill, B., and A. Dove. 2021. Concentrations and loads of nutrients and major ions in the Niagara River, 1975–2018. J. Great Lakes Res. doi:

Hood, J. M., L. M. Collis, J. D. Schade, R. A. Stark, and J. C. Finlay. 2021. Longitudinal patterns and linkages in benthic fine particulate organic matter composition, respiration, and nutrient uptake. Limnol. Oceanogr. doi:



Velichko, N., S. Smirnova, S. Averina, and A. Pinevich. 2021. A survey of Antarctic cyanobacteria. Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04588-9



Adams, J. V, J. M. Barber, G. A. Bravener, and S. A. Lewandoski. 2021. Quantifying Great Lakes sea lamprey populations using an index of adults. J. Great Lakes Res. doi:

Gutierrez, M. F., F. R. Molina, F. Teixeira-de-Mello, D. Frau, and C. Antoniazzi. 2021. Influence of fish predation on the dynamic of zooplankton and macroinvertebrates in floodplain lakes under different turbidity conditions: an experimental study. Aquat. Sci. 83: 48. doi:10.1007/s00027-021-00805-8 (OA)

Miano, A., J. P. Leblanc, and J. M. Farrell. 2021. Diet, trophic position of upper St. Lawrence River round goby giants reveals greater dependence on dreissenids with increasing body size. J. Great Lakes Res. doi:

Rodríguez, M. A., G. Marselli, and N. E. Mandrak. 2021. Responses of vulnerable fishes to environmental stressors in the Canadian Great Lakes basin. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2020-0314

Vilca, F. Z., N. C. Galarza, J. R. Tejedo, W. A. Z. Cuba, C. N. C. Quiróz, and V. L. Tornisielo. 2021. Occurrence of residues of veterinary antibiotics in water, sediment and trout tissue (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in the southern area of Lake Titicaca, Peru. J. Great Lakes Res. doi:



Bearden, R. A., E. M. Tompkins, and A. D. Huryn. 2021. Motion-triggered laser photography reveals fine-scale activity patterns for burrowing crayfish. Freshw. Biol. doi:

Brady, C. M., J. Bonney, S. N. Francoeur, H. M. Halvorson, and K. A. Kuehn. 2021. Leaf-litter decomposition and microbial responses to light and macroinvertebrate consumer manipulations in experimental streams. Freshw. Sci. doi:10.1086/714516

Butitta, V. L., A. L. Rypel, and E. H. Stanley. 2021. Environmental controls on long-term growth of freshwater mussels in an oligotrophic lake. Freshw. Sci. doi:10.1086/714596

Kirkendall, D. S., D. B. Bunnell, P. M. Armenio, L. A. Eaton, A. S. Trebitz, and N. M. Watson. 2021. Spatial and temporal distributions of Dreissena spp. veligers in Lake Huron: Does calcium limit settling success? J. Great Lakes Res. doi:

Lancaster, J., S. P. Rice, L. Slater, R. E. Lester, and B. J. Downes. 2021. Hydrological controls on oviposition habitat are associated with egg-laying phenology of some caddisflies. Freshw. Biol. doi:


Lake Dynamics

Goharrokhi, M., G. K. McCullough, P. N. Owens, and D. A. Lobb. 2021. Sedimentation dynamics within a large shallow lake and its role in sediment transport in a continental-scale watershed. J. Great Lakes Res. doi:



Weekes, L., Ú. FitzPatrick, and M. Kelly-Quinn. 2021. Assessment of the efficiency of river macrophytes to detect water-column nutrient levels and other environmental conditions in Irish rivers. Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04598-7



Janatian, N., K. Olli, and P. Nõges. 2021. Phytoplankton responses to meteorological and hydrological forcing at decadal to seasonal time scales. Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04594-x (OA)



Wang, J., N. D. Wagner, J. M. Fulton, and J. T. Scott. 2021. Diazotrophs modulate phycobiliproteins and nitrogen stoichiometry differently than other cyanobacteria in response to light and nitrogen availability. Limnol. Oceanogr. doi:


Stream/River Dynamics

Beck, W. S., A. T. Rugenski, and N. L. Poff. 2021. Limiting nutrients drive mountain stream ecosystem processes along an elevation gradient. Freshw. Sci. doi:10.1086/714441

Cheng, F. Y., H. E. Preisendanz, M. L. Mashtare, L. S. Lee, and N. B. Basu. 2021. Nevertheless, they persisted: Can hyporheic zones increase the persistence of estrogens in streams? Water Resour. Res. doi:

Chu, C.-C., and G. J.-Y. You. 2021. Analytical One-dimensional Conceptual Model of Channel Evolution after Dam Removal Based on Diffusion Framework. Water Resour. Res. doi:

Ghiggi, G., V. Humphrey, S. I. Seneviratne, and L. Gudmundsson. 2021. G-RUN ENSEMBLE: A multi-forcing observation-based global runoff reanalysis. Water Resour. Res. doi:

Sumaiya, S., J. A. Czuba, J. T. Schubert, S. R. David, G. H. Johnston, and D. A. Edmonds. 2021. Sediment transport potential in a hydraulically connected river and floodplain-channel system. Water Resour. Res. doi:

Victor, P., F. Aires, and D. Yamazaki. 2021. Coherent satellite monitoring of the water cycle over the Amazon. Part 2: Total water storage change and river discharge estimation. Water Resour. Res. doi:

Zhou, X., C. Prigent, and D. Yamazaki. 2021. Toward improved comparisons between land-surface-water-area estimates from a global river model and satellite observations. Water Resour. Res. doi:



Goździejewska, A. M., J. Koszałka, R. Tandyrak, J. Grochowska, and K. Parszuto. 2021. Functional responses of zooplankton communities to depth, trophic status, and ion content in mine pit lakes. Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04590-1 (OA)

Ye, Z., E. Williams, C. Zhao, C. W. Burns, and M. Lynch. 2021. The rapid, mass invasion of New Zealand by North American Daphnia “pulex.” Limnol. Oceanogr. doi: