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New Articles January 1-6

Monday, January 7, 2019
Elizabeth (Bizzy) Berg
Whitney Beck

New Articles: January 1-6

Carbon Cycling

Lamarche-Gagnon, G., J. L. Wadham, B. S. Lollar, S. Arndt, P. Fietzek, A. D. Beaton, A. J. Tedstone, J. Telling, E. A. Bagshaw, J. R. Hawkings, T. J. Kohler, J. D. Karsky, M. C. Mowlem, A. M. Anesio, M. Stibal. Greenland melt drives continuous export of methane from the ice-sheet bed. Nature.

Santo, I. R., D. T. Maher, R. Larkin, J. R. Webb, C. J. Sanders. Carbon outwelling and outgassing vs. burial in an estuarine tidal creek surrounded by mangrove and saltmarsh wetlands. Limnology and Oceanography.


Sutherland, W. J., E. Fleishman, M. Clout, D. W. Gibbons, F. Lickorish, L. S. Peck, J. Pretty, M. Spalding, N. Ockendon. Ten years on: a review of the first global conservation horizon scan. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.


Glassic, H. C., J. W. Gaeta. Littoral habitat loss caused by multiyear drought and the response of an endemic fish species in a deep desert lake. Freshwater Biology.

Henriksen, E. H., A. Smalas, J. F. Strom, R. Knudsen. The association between parasite infection and growth rates in Arctic charr: do fast growing fish have more parasites? Hydrobiologia.

Huntsman, B. M., and J. A. Falke. Main stem and off-channel habitat use by juvenile Chinook salmon in a sub-Arctic riverscape. Freshwater Biology.

Nagler, J. J., P. Bangs, L. Medeiros, A. Pierce. Plasma insulin-like growth factor-1 is unrelated to female reproductive development in a wild population of Dolly Varden charr Salvelinus malma (Walbaum, 1792). Hydrobiologia.

Oleinik, A. G., L. A. Shurikhina, A. D. Kukhlevsky, E. I. Bondar. On the origin of endemic stone charr in the Kamchatka River basin. Hydrobiologia.

Roa-Fuentes, C. A., J. Heino, M. V. Cianciaruso, S. Ferraz, J. O. Zeni, L. Casatti. Taxonomic, functional, and phylogenetic Beta-diversity patterns of stream fish assemblages in tropical agroecosystems. Freshwater Biology.

Smith. D. A., M. S. Ridgway. Temperature selection in Brook Charr: lab experiments, field studies, and matching the fry curve. Hydrobiologia.

Xie, K. T., G. Wang, A. C. Thompson, J. I. Wucherpfennig, T. E. Reimchen, A. D. C. MacColl, D. Schluter, M. A. Bell, K. M. Vasquez, D. M. Kingsley. DNA fragility in the parallel evolution of pelvic reduction in stickleback fish. Science.

Natural History

Gebbie, G., P. Huybers. The Little Ice Age and 20th-century deep Pacific cooling. Science.

Growth Modeling

Kearney, M. Reproductive hyperallometry does not challenge mechanistic growth models. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

Human Impacts

Kuglerov√°, L., B. W. Kielstra, R. D. Moore, and J. S. Richardson. Importance of scale, land-use, and stream network properties for riparian plant communities along an urban gradient. Freshwater Biology.

Schiaffino, M. R., N. Diovisalvi, D. M. Molina, P. Fermani, C. L. Puma, L. Lagomarsino, M. V. Quiroga, G. L. Perez. Microbial food-web components in two hypertrophic human-impacted Pampean shallow lakes: interactive effects of environmental, hydrological, and temporal drivers. Hydrobiologia.

Thompson, T. Q., M. R. Bellinger, S. M. O'Rourke, D. J. Prince, A. E. Stevenson, A. T. Rodrigues, M. R. Sloat, C. F. Speller, D. Y. Yang, V. L. Butler, M. A. Banks, M. R. Miller. Anthropogenic habitat alteration leads to rapid loss of adaptive variation and restoration potential in wild salmon populations.


Reynolds, M., F. A. Hockley, C. A. M. E. Wilson, J. Cable. Assessing the effects of water flow rate on parasite transmission amongst a social host. Hydrobiologia.

Invasive Species

Belouard, N., E. J. Petit, J-M. Paillisson. Variable effects of an invasive species on the reproduction and distribution of native species in pond network.

Denley, D., A. Metaxas, K. Fennel. Community composition influences the population growth and ecological impact of invasive species in response to climate change. Oecologia.

Evangelista, C., J. Cucherousset, A. Lecerf. Contrasting ecological impacts of geographically close invasive populations. Oecologia.

Roberts, C. G., A. M. Hindes, J. R. Britton. Factors influencing individual movements and behaviours of invasive European barbel Barbus barbus in a regulated river. Hydrobiologia.


Arevalo, E., A. Larranga, M. Lang, E. Prevost, A. Bardonnet. Comparison of the propensity to drift for three invertebrate taxa: a laboratory study. Hydrobiologia.

Brown, P.D., E. J. Walsh. Genome size and lifestyle in gnesiotrochan rotifers. Hydrobiologia.

Gabbud, C., C. T. Robinson, S. N. Lane. Sub-basin and temporal variability of macroinvertebrate assemblages in Alpine streams: when and where to sample? Hydrobiologia.

Khandeparker, L., A. C. Anil, D. V. Desai. Immuno-modulation of settlement cues in the barnacle, Amphibalanus amphitrite: significance of circulating haemocytes. Hydrobiologia.


Hofmann, R., M. Tietje, M. Aberhan. Diversity partitioning in Phanerozoic benthic marine communities. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Lara-Lopez, A., I. Hodgson-Johnston, M. Cahill, S. Mancini, P. Blain, and T. Moltmann. From research to end-users, tracing the path of ocean observations in Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Neumann, B., S. Unger. From voluntary commitments to ocean sustainability. Science.

Nutrient Cycling

Marzocchi, U., S. Benelli, M. Larsen, M. Bartoli, R. N. Glud. Spatial heterogeneity and short-term oxygen dynamics in the rhizosphere of Vallisneria spiralis: Implications for nutrient cycling. Freshwater Biology.


Feitosa, I.B., V. L. M. Huszar, C. D. Domingues, E. Appel, R. Paranhos, R. M. Almeida, C. W. C. Branco, W. R. Bastos, H. Sarmento. Plankton community interactions in an Amazonian floodplain lake, from bacteria to zooplankton. Hydrobiologia.