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New Articles for January 28 - February 2

Monday, February 3, 2020
Elizabeth (Bizzy) Berg

New Articles January 28 - February 2


Brown, E. R., and J. Kubanek. Harmful alga trades off growth and toxicity in response to cues from dead phytoplankton. Limnology and Oceanography.

Aquatic-terrestrial Connections

Radermacher, N., T. R. Hartke, S. Villareal, and S. Scheu. Spiders in rice-paddy ecosystems shift from aquatic to terrestrial prey and use carbon pools of different origin. Oecologia.


Fortunato, H. F. M., T. S. de Paula, E. L. Esteves, G. Muricy, and G. Lôbo-Hajdu. Biodiversity and structure of marine sponge assemblages around a subtropical island. Hydrobiologia.

Coral Reefs

Gierz, S., T. D. Ainsworth, and W. Leggat. Diverse symbiont bleaching responses are evident from 2-degree heating week bleaching conditions as thermal stress intensifies in coral. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Ecosystem Ecology

Robinson, M. L., and S. Y. Strauss. Generalists are more specialized in low-resource habitats, increasing stability of ecological network structure. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117:2043 LP – 2048.

Shurin, J. B., N. Aranguren Riaño, D. Duque Negro, D. E. Lopez, N. T. Jones, O. Laverde-R, A. Neu, and A. Pedroza Ramos. Ecosystem effects of the world’s largest invasive animal. Ecology :e02991.

Coastal Wetlands

Osland, M. J., L. C. Feher, A. C. Spivak, J. A. Nestlerode, A. E. Almario, N. Cormier, A. S. From, K. W. Krauss, M. J. Russell, F. Alvarez, D. D. Dantin, J. E. Harvey, and C. L. Stagg. Rapid peat development beneath created, maturing mangrove forests: ecosystem changes across 25-year chronosequence. Ecological Applications.

Tamaki, A., K. Harada, Y. Sogawa, and S. Takeuchi. Effect of stingray (Hemitrygon akajei) foraging on a ghost shrimp population (Nihonotrypaea harmandi) on an intertidal sandflat, western Kyushu, Japan. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Wang, H., X. Hu, M. S. Wetz, K. C. Hayes, and K. Lu. Photomineralization of organic carbon in a eutrophic, semiarid estuary. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.

Community Interactions

Freiry, R. F., V. Weber, C. C. Bonecker, F. A. Lansac-Tôha, M. M. Pires, C. Stenert, and L. Maltchik. Additive partitioning of the diversity of the dormant zooplankton communities in intermittent ponds along a forest–grassland transition. Hydrobiologia.

Kloskowski, J., M. Nieoczym, and R. Stryjecki. Between-habitat distributions of pond tadpoles and their insect predators in response to fish presence. Hydrobiologia.


Salvetat, J., A. Lebourges-Dhaussy, P. Travassos, S. Gastauer, G. Roudaut, G. Vargas, and A. Bertrand. In situ target strength measurement of the black triggerfish Melichthys niger and the ocean triggerfish Canthidermis sufflamen. Marine and Freshwater Research.

van Dorst, R. M., A. Gårdmark, R. Svanbäck, and M. Huss. Does browning-induced light limitation reduce fish body growth through shifts in prey composition or reduced foraging rates? Freshwater Biology.

Vieira, T. B., L. S. Brasil, N. Raiol Torres, T. Lima de Melo, E. A. Moreira, R. P. Bastos, and K. Dias-Silva. Fish in the matrix: effects of landscape on community-structure patterns of the ichthyofauna of streams in Cerrado. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Hilborn, R., R. O. Amoroso, C. M. Anderson, J. K. Baum, T. A. Branch, C. Costello, C. L. de Moor, A. Faraj, D. Hively, O. P. Jensen, H. Kurota, L. R. Little, P. Mace, T. McClanahan, M. C. Melnychuk, C. Minto, G. C. Osio, A. M. Parma, M. Pons, S. Segurado, C. S. Szuwalski, J. R. Wilson, and Y. Ye. Effective fisheries management instrumental in improving fish stock status. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117:2218 LP – 2224.

Smith, J. A., D. Tommasi, J. Sweeney, S. Brodie, H. Welch, E. L. Hazen, B. Muhling, S. M. Stohs, and M. G. Jacox. Lost opportunity: Quantifying the dynamic economic impact of time-area fishery closures. Journal of Applied Ecology.

Global Change

Becker, M., F. Papa, M. Karpytchev, C. Delebecque, Y. Krien, J. U. Khan, V. Ballu, F. Durand, G. Le Cozannet, A. K. M. S. Islam, S. Calmant, and C. K. Shum. Water level changes, subsidence, and sea level rise in the Ganges–Brahmaputra–Meghna delta. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117:1867 LP – 1876.

Roche, K. R., M. Müller-Itten, D. N. Dralle, D. Bolster, and M. F. Müller. Climate change and the opportunity cost of conflict. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117:1935 LP – 1940.

Growth Modeling

López-Martínez, J., E. A. Arzola-Sotelo, M. O. Nevárez-Martínez, F. J. Álvarez-Tello, and E. Morales-Bojórquez. Modeling growth on the cannonball jellyfish Stomolophus meleagris based on a multi-model inference approach. Hydrobiologia.

Invasive Species

Wejnerowski, Ł., A. Sikora-Koperska, and P. Dawidowicz. Temperature elevation reduces the sensitivity of invasive cladoceran Daphnia lumholtzi to filamentous cyanobacterium Raphidiopsis raciborskii. Freshwater Biology.

Xia, L., W. Yang, Q. Geng, N. Jeelani, and S. An. Research on Spartina alterniflora using molecular biological techniques: an overview. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Blackadar, R. J., C. V Baxter, J. M. Davis, and H. E. Harris. Effects of river ice break-up on organic-matter dynamics and feeding ecology of aquatic insects. River Research and Applications.

Huber, T., and C. Hauer. A conceptual model for unbiased calculations of invertebrate abundances from freeze core samples. Hydrobiologia.


Seng, N., S. Lai, J. Fong, M. F. Saleh, C. Cheng, Z. Y. Cheok, and P. A. Todd. Early evidence of microplastics on seagrass and macroalgae. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Reservoirs and Dams

Abbas, F., C. Porojan, M. A. D. Mowe, M. Lehane, S. M. Mitrovic, R. P. Lim, D. C. J. Yeo, and A. Furey. Sample extraction and liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) method development and validation for the quantitative detection of cyanobacterial hepatotoxins and neurotoxins in Singapore’s reservoirs. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Ali, A. A., R. Hassan, A. H. Dawood, N. Al-Ansari, S. S. Ali, and S. Knutsson. Sediment flux from Lesser Zab River in Dokan Reservoir: Implications for the sustainability of long-term water resources in Iraq. River Research and Applications.

Dias, R. M., J. C. G. Ortega, L. Strictar, N. C. L. dos Santos, L. C. Gomes, K. D. G. da Luz-Agostinho, C. S. Agostinho, and A. A. Agostinho. Fish trophic guild responses to damming: Variations in abundance and biomass. River Research and Applications.

Linkhorst, A., C. Hiller, T. DelSontro, G. M. Azevedo, N. Barros, R. Mendonça, and S. Sobek. Comparing methane ebullition variability across space and time in a Brazilian reservoir. Limnology and Oceanography.

Porojan, C., F. Abbas, M. A. D. Mowe, M. Lehane, S. M. Mitrovic, R. P. Lim, D. C. J. Yeo, and A. Furey. Survey of microcystins in Singapore’s reservoirs using liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS). Marine and Freshwater Research.

Scamardo, J., and E. Wohl. Sediment storage and shallow groundwater response to beaver dam analogues in the Colorado Front Range, USA. River Research and Applications.

River Morphology

Butterfield, B. J., P. E. Grams, L. E. Durning, J. Hazel, E. C. Palmquist, B. E. Ralston, and J. B. Sankey. Associations between riparian plant morphological guilds and fluvial sediment dynamics along the regulated Colorado River in Grand Canyon. River Research and Applications.


Dines, S., and E. Gennari. First observations of white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) attacking a live humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae). Marine and Freshwater Research.