New Articles August 5-11
Heidbüchel, P., M. Sachs, N. Stanik, and A. Hussner. Species-specific fragmentation rate and colonization potential partly explain the successful spread of aquatic plants in lowland streams. Hydrobiologia.
Knoll, L. B., S. Sharma, B. A. Denfeld, G. Flaim, Y. Hori, J. J. Magnuson, D. Straile, and G. A. Weyhenmeyer. Consequences of lake and river ice loss on cultural ecosystem services. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.
Lynch, A. J., L. J. Baumgartner, C. A. Boys, J. Conallin, I. G. Cowx, C. M. Finlayson, P. A. Franklin, Z. Hogan, J. D. Koehn, M. P. McCartney, G. O’Brien, K. Phouthavong, L. G. M. Silva, C. A. Tob, J. Valbo-Jørgensen, A. V. Vu, L. Whiting, A. Wibowo, and P. Duncan. Speaking the same language: can the sustainable development goals translate the needs of inland fisheries into irrigation decisions? Marine and Freshwater Research.
Zhu, Z., F. Fu, P. Qu, E. W. K. Mak, H. Jiang, R. Zhang, Z. Zhu, K. Gao, and D. A. Hutchins. Interactions between ultraviolet radiation exposure and phosphorus limitation in the marine nitrogen-fixing cyanobacteria Trichodesmium and Crocosphaera. Limnology and Oceanography.
Eckert, E. M., A. Di Cesare, L.-S. Malki, J. Villiger, J. Pernthaler, C. Callieri, R. Bertoni, and G. Corno. Seasonality of the antibiotic resistance gene blaCTX-M in temperate Lake Maggiore. Hydrobiologia.
Font-Muñoz, J. S., R. Jeanneret, J. Arrieta, S. Anglès, A. Jordi, I. Tuval, and G. Basterretxea. Collective sinking promotes selective cell pairing in planktonic pennate diatoms. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116:15997 LP – 16002.
Le, D. Q., S. Y. Fui, R. M. Piah, T. Ishimura, Y. Sano, K. Tanaka, and K. Shirai. Isotopic evidence of connectivity between an inshore vegetated lagoon (nursery habitat) and coastal artificial reefs (adult habitats) for the reef fish Lethrinus lentjan on the Terengganu coast, Malaysia. Marine and Freshwater Research.
River Flow Regimes
White, J. C., P. D. Armitage, J. A. B. Bass, R. P. Chadd, M. J. Hill, K. L. Mathers, S. Little, and P. J. Wood. How freshwater biomonitoring tools vary sub-seasonally reflects temporary river flow regimes. River Research and Applications.