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New Articles for August 24-31

Monday, August 31, 2020
Lauren Wisbrock

Aquatic-Specific (9): Aquatic Ecology (3), Aquatic Sciences (1), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (2), Freshwater Biology (4), Freshwater Science (1), Hydrobiologia (8), Limnology and Oceanography (2), River Research and Applications (2), Water Resources Research (2).


Broad-Based (2): Ecology (1), Global Change Biology (1).


OA= Open Access



Jansen L.S., O’Dowd A. & Bouma-Gregson K. A comparison of benthic algal and macroinvertebrate communities in a dammed and undammed Mediterranean river (Eel River watershed, California, USA). River Research and Applications.


Kwak S., Lyu S., Do Kim Y. & Kim D. Field Measurement of Spatio-Temporal Algae Distribution Using In-Situ Optical Particle Size Sensor. Water Resources Research.


Mayer T. Interactions of fish, algae, and abiotic factors in a shallow, tropical pond. Hydrobiologia.




Kloskowski J. Better desiccated than eaten by fish: Distribution of anurans among habitats with different risks to offspring. Freshwater Biology.




Teatini P., Martelli G., Comerlati A., Paiero G. & Zoccarato C. Managed vs Natural Recharge of pre-Alpine Phreatic Aquifers. Water Resources Research.




Bashinskiy I. V. Beavers in lakes: a review of their ecosystem impact. Aquatic Ecology.



Climate Change

Burraco P., Orizaola G., Monaghan P. & Metcalfe N.B. Climate change and ageing in ectotherms. Global Change Biology.


Roche K., Jurajda P., Šlapanský L. & White S.M. Turning back the tide? Local-scale impacts of climate change may have positive effects by restoring natural riverine habitat and reducing invasive fish density. Freshwater Biology. (OA)




Bellard C. & Hugueny B. Importance of metapopulation dynamics to explain fish persistence in a river system. Freshwater Biology.


Honsey A.E., Feiner Z.S. & Hansen G.J.A. Drivers of walleye recruitment in Minnesota’s large lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.


Huang G., Wang Q., Du X., Feng K., Ye S., Yuan J., et al. Modeling trophic interactions and impacts of introduced icefish (Neosalanx taihuensis Chen) in three large reservoirs in the Yangtze River basin, China. Hydrobiologia.


Pelicice F.M., da Silva Damasceno L., de Almeida Ferreira E., da Graça W.J., Agostinho C.S. & Fernandes R. Contrasting continental patterns and drivers of taxonomic and functional turnover among fish assemblages across Brazilian reservoirs. Hydrobiologia.


von Biela V.R., Bowen L., McCormick S.D., Carey M.P., Donnelly D.S., Waters S., et al. Evidence of prevalent heat stress in Yukon River Chinook salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.



Human Impact

Feckler A. & Bundschuh M. Decoupled structure and function of leaf-associated microorganisms under anthropogenic pressure: Potential hurdles for environmental monitoring. Freshwater Science.


Katopodis C. A perspective on e-flows at hydroelectric projects in Canada. Hydrobiologia.




Buelow C.A. & Waltham N.J. Restoring tropical coastal wetland water quality: ecosystem service provisioning by a native freshwater bivalve. Aquatic Sciences.


Hills A., Pouil S., Hua D. & Mathews T.J. Clearance rates of freshwater bivalves Corbicula fluminea and Utterbackia imbecillis in the presence and absence of light. Aquatic Ecology.


Horak C.N., Assef Y.A., Grech M.G. & Miserendino M.L. Agricultural practices alter function and structure of macroinvertebrate communities in Patagonian piedmont streams. Hydrobiologia.


Piano E., Doretto A., Mammola S., Falasco E., Fenoglio S. & Bona F. Taxonomic and functional homogenisation of macroinvertebrate communities in recently intermittent Alpine watercourses. Freshwater Biology.



Nutrient Cycling

Chorus I. & Spijkerman E. What Colin Reynolds could tell us about nutrient limitation, N:P ratios and eutrophication control. Hydrobiologia. (OA)


Wong W.W., Applegate A., Poh S.C. & Cook P.L.M. Biogeochemical attenuation of nitrate in a sandy subterranean estuary: Insights from two stable isotope approaches. Limnology and Oceanography.




George D.G. Top-down versus bottom-up control in planktonic systems: some case studies from the English Lake District. Hydrobiologia.


Gomes A.C.A.M., Gomes L.F., Roitman I., Pereira H.R., Junior A.F.C., da Costa E.M.M., et al. Forest cover influences zooplanktonic communities in Amazonian streams. Aquatic Ecology.


Gorbunov M.Y. & Falkowski P.G. Using chlorophyll fluorescence kinetics to determine photosynthesis in aquatic ecosystems. Limnology and Oceanography. (OA)


Rizo E.Z.C., Liu P., Niu H., Yang Y., Lin Q., Papa R.D.S., et al. Zooplankton in a continuous waterscape: environmental and spatial factors shaping spring zooplankton community structure in a large canyon reservoir at the tropic of cancer. Hydrobiologia.



Shading and Light

Shaw C.L., Hall S.R., Overholt E.P., Cáceres C.E., Williamson C.E. & Duffy M.A. Shedding light on environmentally transmitted parasites: lighter conditions within lakes restrict epidemic size. Ecology.


Welber M., Papangelakis E., Ashmore P. & MacVicar B. Experiments on restoring alluvial cover in straight and meandering rivers using gravel augmentation. River Research and Applications.