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New Articles for February 3-10

Monday, February 10, 2020
Lauren Wisbrock

Freshwater-Based Journals (6): Freshwater Biology (4), Hydrobiologia (4), Limnology and Oceanography (3), River Research and Applications (6), Marine and Freshwater Research (2), Limnology and Oceanography Letters (1).


Broad-Based Journals (3): Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (1), Ecological Applications (1), Oikos (1).



Anthropogenic Disturbance

Koehnken L., Rintoul M.S., Goichot M., Tickner D., Loftus A.-C. & Acreman M.C. Impacts of riverine sand mining on freshwater ecosystems: A review of the scientific evidence and guidance for future research. River Research and Applications.


Lin H.-Y., Robinson K.F. & Walter L. Trade-offs among road–stream crossing upgrade prioritizations based on connectivity restoration and erosion risk control. River Research and Applications.


Rutherfurd I.D., Kenyon C., Thoms M., Grove J., Turnbull J., Davies P., et al. Human impacts on suspended sediment and turbidity in the River Murray, South Eastern Australia: Multiple lines of evidence. River Research and Applications.




Goldman J.A., Désormeaux I.S. & Brown G.E. Disturbance cues as a source of risk assessment information under natural conditions. Freshwater Biology.



Ecosystem Mapping

Gao Y., Cui L., Liu J., Li W. & Lei Y. China’s coastal-wetland change analysis based on high-resolution remote sensing. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Massé S., Demers S., Besnard C., Buffin-Bélanger T., Biron P.M., Choné G., et al. Development of a mapping approach encompassing most fluvial processes: Lessons learned from the freedom space for rivers concept in Quebec (Canada). River Research and Applications.




Barbarossa V., Schmitt R.J.P., Huijbregts M.A.J., Zarfl C., King H. & Schipper A.M. Impacts of current and future large dams on the geographic range connectivity of freshwater fish worldwide. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.


dos Santos N.G., Stephan L.R., Otero A., Iglesias C. & Castilho-Noll M.S.M. How free-floating macrophytes influence interactions between planktivorous fish and zooplankton in tropical environments? An in-lake mesocosm approach. Hydrobiologia.


Liss K.C.M., Lopez L.K., Donelson J.M. & Wong M.Y.L. Predator–prey interactions and metabolic rates are altered in stable and unstable groups in a social fish. Oikos.



Global Change

Hillman J.R., Stephenson F., Thrush S.F. & Lundquist C.J. Investigating changes in estuarine ecosystem functioning under future scenarios. Ecological Applications.


Zhang Z., Mammola S., Liang Z., Capinha C., Wei Q., Wu Y., et al. Future climate change will severely reduce habitat suitability of the Critically Endangered Chinese giant salamander. Freshwater Biology.




Zhang P., Mao J., Hu T., Dai L., Xu D. & Dai H. Water exchange in a large river–lake system: Modeling, characteristics and causes. River Research and Applications.



Invasive Species

Emery-Butcher H.E., Beatty S.J. & Robson B.J. The impacts of invasive ecosystem engineers in freshwaters: A review. Freshwater Biology.


de Andrade J.T.M., Cordeiro N.I.S., Montresor L.C., da Luz D.M.R., Viana E.M. de F., Martinez C.B., et al. Tolerance of Limnoperna fortunei (Dunker, 1857) (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) to aerial exposure at different temperatures. Hydrobiologia.




Evans Z.C., Boles E., Kwiecinski J. V, Mullen S., Wolf M., Devol A.H., et al. The role of water masses in shaping the distribution of redox active compounds in the Eastern Tropical North Pacific oxygen deficient zone and influencing low oxygen concentrations in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Limnology and Oceanography.


Jooste M.L., Samways M.J. & Deacon C. Fluctuating pond water levels and aquatic insect persistence in a drought-prone Mediterranean-type climate. Hydrobiologia.




Borsodi A.K., Anda D., Krett G., Megyes M., Németh K., Dobosy P., et al. Comparison of planktonic and reed biofilm bacteria in different riverine water bodies of river Danube. River Research and Applications.


Katkov E., Low-Décarie É. & Fussmann G.F. Intra-annual variation of phytoplankton community responses to factorial N, P, and CO2 enrichment in a temperate mesotrophic lake. Freshwater Biology.


Moreno C.M., Gong W., Cohen N.R., DeLong K. & Marchetti A. Interactive effects of iron and light limitation on the molecular physiology of the Southern Ocean diatom Fragilariopsis kerguelensis. Limnology and Oceanography.


Zhao C.S., Pan X., Yang S.T., Wang X.L., Liu X.J., Sun Y., et al. Drivers of cyanobacterial blooms in lakes and reservoirs in Jinan City, China. Marine and Freshwater Research.



Water Chemistry

Johnston S.E., Striegl R.G., Bogard M.J., Dornblaser M.M., Butman D.E., Kellerman A.M., et al. Hydrologic connectivity determines dissolved organic matter biogeochemistry in northern high-latitude lakes. Limnology and Oceanography.


Longnecker K., Oswald L., Kido Soule M.C., Cutter G.A. & Kujawinski E.B. Organic sulfur: A spatially variable and understudied component of marine organic matter. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.


Shirokova L.S., Chupakov A. V, Kokryatskaya N.M., Titova K. V, Klimov S.I., Zabelina S.A., et al. Variability of hydrochemical parameters of small boreal lakes under natural and anthropogenic factors (case study of NW Russia). Hydrobiologia.