Freshwater-Based Journals (5): Freshwater Biology (5); Hydrobiologia (5); Limnology and Oceanography (1); River Research and Applications (18); Marine and Freshwater Research (4).
Broad-Based Journals (4): Ecology (1); Nature (1); Oecologia (2); Journal of Applied Ecology (1).
Anderson R.L., Anderson C.A., Larson J.H., Knights B., Vallazza J., Jenkins S.E., et al. Influence of a high-head dam as a dispersal barrier to fish community structure of the Upper Mississippi River. River Research and Applications.
Aulus-Giacosa L., Aymes J.-C., Gaudin P. & Vignon M. Hierarchical variance decomposition of fish scale growth and age to investigate the relative contributions of readers and scales. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Finger J.S., Riesgraf A.T., Zielinski D.P. & Sorensen P.W. Monitoring upstream fish passage through a Mississippi River lock and dam reveals species differences in lock chamber usage and supports a fish passage model which describes velocity-dependent passage through spillway gates. River Research and Applications.
Higgs D.M. & Humphrey S.R. Passive acoustic monitoring shows no effect of anthropogenic noise on acoustic communication in the invasive round goby (Neogobius melanostomus). Freshwater Biology.
Lehtonen T.K. Aggression towards shared enemies by heterospecific and conspecific cichlid fish neighbours. Oecologia.
Pool T., Elliott V., Holtgrieve G., Arias M., Altman I., Kaufman L., et al. Fish assemblage composition within the floodplain habitat mosaic of a tropical lake (Tonle Sap, Cambodia). Freshwater Biology.
Rees G.N., Shackleton M.E., Watson G.O., Dwyer G.K. & Stoffels R.J. Metabarcoding demonstrates dietary niche partitioning in two coexisting blackfish species. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Rude N.P. & Whitledge G.W. Natal environments of age-0 paddlefish in the middle Mississippi River inferred from dentary microchemistry. River Research and Applications.
Hydrology and Geomorphology
Blöschl G., Hall J., Viglione A., Perdigão R.A.P., Parajka J., Merz B., et al. Changing climate both increases and decreases European river floods. Nature.
Bokhove O., Kelmanson M.A., Kent T., Piton G. & Tacnet J.-M. Communicating (nature-based) flood-mitigation schemes using flood-excess volume. River Research and Applications.
Gregory S., Wildman R., Hulse D., Ashkenas L. & Boyer K. Historical changes in hydrology, geomorphology, and floodplain vegetation of the Willamette River, Oregon. River Research and Applications.
Rose T., Erskine W. & Miners B. A customised approach to determining the geomorphic effectiveness of small flood events in a regulated river. River Research and Applications.
Wood J.L., Skaggs J.W., Conn C. & Freeman M.C. Water velocity regulates macro-consumer herbivory on the benthic macrophyte Podostemum ceratophyllum Michx. Freshwater Biology.
Methods and Modeling
Danhoff B.M. & Huckins C.J. Modelling submerged fluvial substrates with structure-from-motion photogrammetry. River Research and Applications.
Drozd A., de Tezanos Pinto P., Fernández V., Bazzalo M., Bordet F. & Ibañez G. Hyperspectral remote sensing monitoring of cyanobacteria blooms in a large South American reservoir: high- and medium-spatial resolution satellite algorithm simulation. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Furlan E.M., Gleeson D., Wisniewski C., Yick J. & Duncan R.P. eDNA surveys to detect species at very low densities: A case study of European carp eradication in Tasmania, Australia. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Georges B., Brostaux Y., Claessens H., Degré A., Huylenbroeck L., Lejeune P., et al. Can water level stations be used for thermal assessment in aquatic ecosystem? River Research and Applications.
Neachell E. & Petts G. Operationalizing the allocation of environmental flows: A U.K. perspective on Baxter’s Schedule. River Research and Applications.
Nestler J.M., Milhous R.T., Payne T.R. & Smith D.L. History and review of the habitat suitability criteria curve in applied aquatic ecology. River Research and Applications.
Ng C.K.-C., Ooi P.A.-C., Wong W.-L. & Khoo G. Adaptation of an assessment system for establishing a River Physical Quality Index and testing its effectiveness with fish-based metrics in Malaysia. River Research and Applications.
Pearce J.L., Smokorowski K.E., Brush J., Timusk E., Marty J. & Power M. Unrestricted ramping rates and long-term trends in the food web metrics of a boreal river. River Research and Applications.
Ćmiel A.M., Zając T., Zając K., Lipińska A.M. & Najberek K. Single or multiple spawning? Comparison of breeding strategies of freshwater Unionidae mussels under stochastic environmental conditions. Hydrobiologia.
Hornbach D.J., Stutzman H.N., Hove M.C., Kozarek J.L., MacGregor K.R., Newton T.J., et al. Correction to: Influence of surrounding land-use on mussel growth and glycogen levels in the St. Croix and Minnesota River Basins. Hydrobiologia.
Nutrient Enrichment and Availability
Gufu G.D., Manea A. & Leishman M.R. Experimental evidence that CO2 and nutrient enrichment do not mediate interactions between a native and an exotic free-floating macrophyte. Hydrobiologia.
Tichá A., Bešta T., Vondrák D., Houfková P. & Jankovská V. Nutrient availability affected shallow-lake ecosystem response along the Late-Glacial/Holocene transition. Hydrobiologia.
Frevola D.M. & Hovick S.M. The independent effects of nutrient enrichment and pulsed nutrient delivery on a common wetland invader and its native conspecific. Oecologia.
Adamczuk M., Ferencz B., Mieczan T. & Dawidek J. Allochthonous subsidies as driving forces for development of plankton in an autotrophic, temperate, and small lake. Hydrobiologia.
Anas M.U.M., Scott K.A. & Wissel B. Water chemistry, landscape, and spatial controls of δ13C and δ15N of zooplankton taxa in boreal lakes: One size does not fit all. Freshwater Biology.
Hofmann P., Chatzinotas A., Harpole W.S. & Dunker S. Temperature and stoichiometric dependence of phytoplankton traits. Ecology.
Linz A.M., Aylward F.O., Bertilsson S. & McMahon K.D. Time-series metatranscriptomes reveal conserved patterns between phototrophic and heterotrophic microbes in diverse freshwater systems. Limnology and Oceanography.
Lovin L.M. & Brooks B.W. Global scanning of anatoxins in aquatic systems: environment and health hazards, and research needs. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Rose V., Rollwagen-Bollens G., Bollens S.M. & Zimmerman J. The effects of run-of-river dam spill on Columbia River microplankton. River Research and Applications.
Johnson M.F., Thorne C.R., Castro J.M., Kondolf G.M., Mazzacano C.S., Rood S.B., et al. Biomic river restoration: A new focus for river management. River Research and Applications.
Gawne B., Hale J., Stewardson M.J., Webb J.A., Ryder D.S., Brooks S.S., et al. Monitoring of environmental flow outcomes in a large river basin: The Commonwealth Environmental Water Holder’s long-term intervention in the Murray–Darling Basin, Australia. River Research and Applications.
Peipoch M. & Valett H.M. Trophic interactions among algal blooms, macroinvertebrates, and brown trout: Implications for trout recovery in a restored river. River Research and Applications.
Itsukushima R. & Masago Y. Fundamental study on the effects of the keystone height and structure on sediment deposition in a high-gradient channel. River Research and Applications.
Rodríguez M., Steiger J., Rosales J., Laraque A., López J.L., Castellanos B., et al. Multi-annual contemporary flood event overbank sedimentation within the vegetated lower Orinoco floodplain, Venezuela. River Research and Applications.
Lukić D., Waterkeyn A., Rabet N., Mioduchowska M., Geudens B., Vanschoenwinkel B., et al. High genetic variation and phylogeographic relations among Palearctic fairy shrimp populations reflect persistence in multiple southern refugia during Pleistocene ice ages and postglacial colonisation. Freshwater Biology.