New Articles February 26 - March 4
Freshwater-specific journals (6): Freshwater Biology, Freshwater Science, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, Limnology and Oceanography Letters, River Research and Applications
Broad-based journals (8): Ecological Applications, Ecology, Ecology Letters, Journal of Applied Ecology, Oecologia, Oikos, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Trends in Ecology and Evolution
Ousterhout, B. H., and R. D. Semlitsch. Effects of conditionally expressed phenotypes and environment on amphibian dispersal in nature. Oikos.
Sievers, M., K. M. Parris, S. E. Swearer, and R. Hale. Stormwater wetlands can function as ecological traps for urban frogs. Ecological Applications.
Isbell, F., J. Cowles, L. E. Dee, M. Loreau, P. B. Reich, A. Gonzalez, A. Hector, and B. Schmid. Quantifying effects of biodiversity on ecosystem functioning across times and places. Ecology Letters.
Kubo, A., Hashihama, F., Kanda, J., Horimoto-Miyazaki, N., & Ishimaru, T. Long-term variability of nutrient and dissolved organic matter concentrations in Tokyo Bay between 1989 and 2015. Limnology and Oceanography.
Placenti, F., Azzaro, M., Artale, V., La Ferla, R., Caruso, G., Santinelli, C., … Sprovieri, M. Biogeochemical patterns and microbial processes in the Eastern Mediterranean Deep Water of Ionian Sea. Hydrobiologia.
Reijo, C. J., Hensley, R. T., & Cohen, M. J. Isolating stream metabolism and nitrate processing at point-scales, and controls on heterogeneity. Freshwater Science.
Davidson, A. T., and N. J. Dorn. System productivity alters predator sorting of a size-structured mixed prey community. Oecologia.
Saito, V. S., F. Laroche, T. Siqueira, and S. Pavoine. Ecological versatility and the assembly of multiple competitors: cautionary notes for assembly inferences. Ecology.
Thomas Clark, A., C. Lehman, and D. Tilman. Identifying mechanisms that structure ecological communities by snapping model parameters to empirically observed tradeoffs. Ecology Letters.
Wilcox, T. M., M. K. Schwartz, and W. H. Lowe. Evolutionary Community Ecology: Time to Think Outside the (Taxonomic) Box. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.
Hermoso, V., D. Villero, M. Clavero, and L. Brotons. Spatial prioritisation of EU’s LIFE-Nature programme to strengthen the conservation impact of Natura 2000. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Sabo, J. L., M. Caron, R. Doucett, K. L. Dibble, A. Ruhi, J. C. Marks, B. A. Hungate, and T. A. Kennedy. Pulsed flows, tributary inputs and food-web structure in a highly regulated river. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Larranaga, N., Valdimarsson, S. K., Linnansaari, T., & Steingrímsson, S. Ó. Diel activity and foraging mode of juvenile Arctic charr in fluctuating water flow. River Research and Applications.
Laskar, B. A., Kumar, V., Kundu, S., Tyagi, K., & Chandra, K. Taxonomic quest: validating two mahseer fishes (Actinopterygii: Cyprinidae) through molecular and morphological data from biodiversity hotspots in India. Hydrobiologia.
Nakagawa, H., Yamamoto, S., Sato, Y., Sado, T., Minamoto, T., & Miya, M. Comparing local- and regional-scale estimations of the diversity of stream fish using eDNA metabarcoding and conventional observation methods. Freshwater Biology.
Wong, B. B. M., T. K. Lehtonen, and K. Lindström. Spatial and temporal patterns of nest distribution influence sexual selection in a marine fish. Oikos.
Rempe, D. M., and W. E. Dietrich. Direct observations of rock moisture, a hidden component of the hydrologic cycle. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Kaser, J. M., A. L. Nielsen, and P. K. Abram. Biological control effects of non-reproductive host mortality caused by insect parasitoids. Ecological Applications.
O’Malia, E. M., Johnson, L. B., & Hoffman, J. C. Pathways and places associated with nonindigenous aquatic species introductions in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Hydrobiologia.
Tong, X., R. Wang, and X.-Y. Chen. Expansion or Invasion? A Response to Nackley et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.
Holm, S., J. Javoiš, E. Õunap, R. B. Davis, A. Kaasik, F. Molleman, T. Tasane, and T. Tammaru. Reproductive behaviour indicates specificity in resource use: phylogenetic examples from temperate and tropical insects. Oikos.
Iglikowska, A., Ronowicz, M., Humphreys-Williams, E., & Kukliński, P. Trace element accumulation in the shell of the Arctic cirriped Balanus balanus. Hydrobiologia.
Jonsson, M., Polvi, L. E., Sponseller, R. A., & Stenroth, K. Catchment properties predict autochthony in stream filter feeders. Hydrobiologia.
Raposeiro, P. M., Saez, A., Giralt, S., Costa, A. C., & Gonçalves, V. Causes of spatial distribution of subfossil diatom and chironomid assemblages in surface sediments of a remote deep island lake. Hydrobiologia.
Vadher, A. N., Millett, J., & Wood, P. J. Direct observations of the effect of fine sediment deposition on the vertical movement of Gammarus pulex (Amphipoda: Gammaridae) during substratum drying. Hydrobiologia.
Bruel, R., Marchetto, A., Bernard, A., Lami, A., Sabatier, P., Frossard, V., & Perga, M.-E. Seeking alternative stable states in a deep lake. Freshwater Biology.
Morabito, G., Rogora, M., Austoni, M., & Ciampittiello, M. Could the extreme meteorological events in Lake Maggiore watershed determine a climate-driven eutrophication process? Hydrobiologia.
Panizzo, V. N., Roberts, S., Swann, G. E. A., McGowan, S., Mackay, A. W., Vologina, E., … Horstwood, M. S. A. Spatial differences in dissolved silicon utilization in Lake Baikal, Siberia: Examining the impact of high diatom biomass events and eutrophication. Limnology and Oceanography.
Sequeira, A. M. M., J. P. Rodríguez, ... and M. Thums. Convergence of marine megafauna movement patterns in coastal and open oceans. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Booksmythe, I., N. Gerber, D. Ebert, and H. Kokko. Daphnia females adjust sex allocation in response to current sex ratio and density. Ecology Letters.
Bovyn, R. A., E. McCauley, and J. M. LaMontagne. Offspring size–number tradeoffs and food quality feedbacks impact population dynamics in a Daphnia–algae system. Oikos.
Conine, A. L., Rearick, D. C., Paterson, M. J., Xenopoulos, M. A., & Frost, P. C. Addition of silver nanoparticles has no long-term effects on natural phytoplankton community dynamics in a boreal lake. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.
Jackrel, S. L., and T. C. Morton. Inducible phenotypic plasticity in plants regulates aquatic ecosystem functioning. Oecologia.
McNutt, M. K., M. Bradford, ... and I. M. Verma. Transparency in authors’ contributions and responsibilities to promote integrity in scientific publication. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Yando, E. S., M. J. Osland, and M. W. Hester. Microspatial ecotone dynamics at a shifting range limit: plant–soil variation across salt marsh–mangrove interfaces. Oecologia.