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New Articles for December 10-16

Monday, December 16, 2019
Lauren Wisbrock

Freshwater-Based Journals (5): Freshwater Biology (10), Hydrobiologia (6), Limnology and Oceanography (7), River Research and Applications (3), Marine and Freshwater Research (3).


Broad-Based Journals (4): Ecology (4), Nature (1), Oecologia (2), Journal of Applied Ecology (1).


Amphibians and Reptiles

Serrano F., Pita R., Mota-Ferreira M., Beja P. & Segurado P. Landscape connectivity affects individual survival in unstable patch networks: The case of a freshwater turtle inhabiting temporary ponds. Freshwater Biology.


Vimercati G., Labadesse M., Dejean T. & Secondi J. Assessing the effect of landscape features on pond colonisation by an elusive amphibian invader using environmental DNA. Freshwater Biology.



Ecosystem Dynamics

Collins S.F., Baxter C. V, Marcarelli A.M., Felicetti L., Florin S., Wipfli M.S., et al. Reverberating effects of resource exchanges in stream–riparian food webs. Oecologia.


Harada Y., Fry B., Lee S.Y., Maher D.T., Sippo J.Z. & Connolly R.M. Stable isotopes indicate ecosystem restructuring following climate-driven mangrove dieback. Limnology and Oceanography.


McKee K.M., Koprivnikar J., Johnson P.T.J. & Arts M.T. Parasite infectious stages provide essential fatty acids and lipid-rich resources to freshwater consumers. Oecologia.


Nelson D., Benstead J.P., Huryn A.D., Cross W.F., Hood J.M., Johnson P.W., et al. Thermal niche diversity and trophic redundancy drive neutral effects of warming on energy flux through a stream food web. Ecology.




Buckwalter J.D., Frimpong E.A., Angermeier P.L. & Barney J.N. Species traits predict stream-fish invaders in an Appalachian (U.S.A.) river basin. Freshwater Biology.


Daga V.S., Olden J.D., Gubiani É.A., Piana P.A., Padial A.A. & Vitule J.R.S. Scale-dependent patterns of fish faunal homogenization in Neotropical reservoirs. Hydrobiologia.


Kirk M.A., Maitland B.M. & Rahel F.J. Spatial scale, reservoirs and nonnative species influence the homogenization and differentiation of Great Plains—Rocky Mountain fish faunas. Hydrobiologia.


Smalås A., Strøm J.F., Amundsen P.-A., Dieckmann U. & Primicerio R. Climate warming is predicted to enhance the negative effects of harvesting on high-latitude lake fish. Journal of Applied Ecology.


Splendiani A., Fioravanti T., Ruggeri P., Giovannotti M., Carosi A., Marconi M., et al. Life history and genetic characterisation of sea trout Salmo trutta in the Adriatic Sea. Freshwater Biology.



Freshwater/Saline Interactions

Mausbach W.E. & Dzialowski A.R. Salinisation reduces biodiversity in neighbouring freshwater patches in experimental metacommunities. Freshwater Biology.


Ribero L., Lim P.E., Ramli R. & Polgar G. Diversity and habitat segregation of mangrove grapsoid crabs along the west coast of the Malay Peninsula. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Thom B., Rocheta E., Steinfeld C., Harvey N., Pittock J. & Cowell P. The role of coastal processes in the management of the mouth of the River Murray, Australia: Present and future challenges. River Research and Applications.




Gómez D., Wendland E. & de Carvalho Diniz Melo D. Empirical rainfall-based model for defining baseflow and dynamical water use rights. River Research and Applications.


Tebbs E.J., Avery S.T. & Chadwick M.A. Satellite remote sensing reveals impacts from dam-associated hydrological changes on chlorophyll-a in the world’s largest desert lake. River Research and Applications.



Ice Sheets

Shepherd A., Ivins E., Rignot E., Smith B., van den Broeke M., Velicogna I., et al. Mass balance of the Greenland Ice Sheet from 1992 to 2018. Nature.



Lake Profiles

Saber A., James D.E. & Hayes D.F. Long-term forecast of water temperature and dissolved oxygen profiles in deep lakes using artificial neural networks conjugated with wavelet transform. Limnology and Oceanography.




Chanut P.C.M., Siebers A.R. & Robinson C.T. Flood disturbance affects macroinvertebrate food chain length in an alluvial river floodplain. Freshwater Biology.


de Oliveira da Conceição E., Mantovano T., de Campos R., Rangel T.F., Martens K., Bailly D., et al. Mapping the observed and modelled intracontinental distribution of non-marine ostracods from South America. Hydrobiologia.


Hoer D.R., Sharp W., Delgado G., Lindquist N.L. & Martens C.S. Sponges represent a major source of inorganic nitrogen in Florida Bay (U.S.A.). Limnology and Oceanography.


Hotaling S., Wimberger P.H., Kelley J.L. & Watts H.E. Macroinvertebrates on glaciers: a key resource for terrestrial food webs? Ecology.


Makino W., Machida R.J., Okitsu J. & Usio N. Underestimated species diversity and hidden habitat preference in Moina (Crustacea, Cladocera) revealed by integrative taxonomy. Hydrobiologia.


Scharnweber K., Chaguaceda F., Dalman E., Tranvik L. & Eklöv P. The emergence of fatty acids—Aquatic insects as vectors along a productivity gradient. Freshwater Biology.


Serpa K.V., Kiffer W.P., Borelli M.F., Ferraz M.A. & Moretti M.S. Niche breadth of invertebrate shredders in tropical forest streams: which taxa have restricted habitat preferences? Hydrobiologia.


Washko S., Roper B. & Atwood T.B. Beavers alter stream macroinvertebrate communities in north-eastern Utah. Freshwater Biology.





Microbial Communities

Fasching C., Akotoye C., Bižić M., Fonvielle J., Ionescu D., Mathavarajah S., et al. Linking stream microbial community functional genes to dissolved organic matter and inorganic nutrients. Limnology and Oceanography.


Francoeur S.N., Neely R.K., Underwood S. & Kuehn K.A. Temporal and stoichiometric patterns of algal stimulation of litter-associated heterotrophic microbial activity. Freshwater Biology.


Majdi N., Schmid-Araya J.M. & Traunspurger W. Examining the diet of meiofauna: a critical review of methodologies. Hydrobiologia.


Rocca J.D., Simonin M., Bernhardt E.S., Washburne A.D. & Wright J.P. Rare microbial taxa emerge when communities collide: freshwater and marine microbiome responses to experimental mixing. Ecology.


Timoner X., Colls M., Salomón S.M., Oliva F., Acuña V. & Sabater S. Does biofilm origin matter? Biofilm responses to non-flow period in permanent and temporary streams. Freshwater Biology.



Organic Matter

Berberich M.E., Beaulieu J.J., Hamilton T.L., Waldo S. & Buffam I. Spatial variability of sediment methane production and methanogen communities within a eutrophic reservoir: Importance of organic matter source and quantity. Limnology and Oceanography.


Kellerman A.M., Arellano A., Podgorski D.C., Martin E.E., Martin J.B., Deuerling K.M., et al. Fundamental drivers of dissolved organic matter composition across an Arctic effective precipitation gradient. Limnology and Oceanography.




Franks P.J.S., Garwood J.C., Ouimet M., Cortes J., Musgrave R.C. & Lucas A.J. Stokes drift of plankton in linear internal waves: Cross-shore transport of neutrally buoyant and depth-keeping organisms. Limnology and Oceanography.


Luimstra V.M., Verspagen J.M.H., Xu T., Schuurmans J.M. & Huisman J. Changes in water color shift competition between phytoplankton species with contrasting light-harvesting strategies. Ecology.




Cera A., Ceschin S., Del Grosso F., Traversetti L. & Scalici M. Correlating ecotoxicological early-warning systems to biotic indices to assess riverine teratogenic contamination. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Piccini C., Fazi S., Pérez G., Batani G., Martínez de la Escalera G. & Sotelo-Silveira J.R. Resistance to degradation and effect of the herbicide glyphosate on the bacterioplankton community of a large river system dominated by agricultural activities. Marine and Freshwater Research.