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New Articles for July 16-22

Monday, July 22, 2019
Lauren Wisbrock

Freshwater-Specific Journals (6): Freshwater Biology (3), Hydrobiologia (1), Limnology and Oceanography (5), Limnology and Oceanography Letters (1), Marine and Freshwater Research (4), River Research and Applications (5)

Broad-Based Journals (2): Ecology (3), Ecological Applications (2)



Garcia T.S. et al. Evaluating adaptive, carry-over and plastic antipredator responses across a temporal gradient in Pacific chorus frogs. Ecology.

Howell H.J. et al. Amphibian responses to livestock use of wetlands: new empirical data and a global review. Ecological Applications.


Ecological Niches

Passy S.I. & Larson C.A. Niche dimensionality and herbivory control stream algal biomass via shifts in guild composition, richness, and evenness. Ecology.

Piano E. et al. The role of recurrent dewatering events in shaping ecological niches of scrapers in intermittent Alpine streams. Hydrobiologia.



Cooper B. et al. Estimating benefits and costs: a case of fish passages in Lao PDR and the development of the Lower Mekong Fishway Support Tool. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Lee F. & Perry G.L.W. Assessing the role of off-take and source–sink dynamics in the extinction of the amphidromous New Zealand grayling (Prototroctes oxyrhynchus). Freshwater Biology.

Levin B.A. eat al. Adaptive radiation of barbs of the genus Labeobarbus (Cyprinidae) in an East African river. Freshwater Biology.

Salalila A. et al. Evaluation of a fish-friendly self-cleaning horizontal irrigation screen using autonomous sensors. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Utomo A.D. et al. Challenges balancing fisheries resource management and river development in Indonesia. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Flood Dynamics

Gerhard M. et al. Phytoplankton community responses to temperature fluctuations under different nutrient concentrations and stoichiometry. Ecology.

Jansson R., Ström L. & Nilsson C. Smaller future floods imply less habitat for riparian plants along a boreal river. Ecological Applications.

Ochs K., Egger G., Kopecki I. & Ferreira T. Model-based reconstruction of the succession dynamics of a large river floodplain. River Research and Applications.


Habitat Connectivity

Chappell J. et al. Long-term (37 years) impacts of low-head dams on freshwater shrimp habitat connectivity in northeastern Puerto Rico. River Research and Applications.

O’Brien G.C. et al. River connectivity and fish migration considerations in the management of multiple stressors in South Africa. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Ice Cover

Lopez L.S. et al. Reaching a breaking point: How is climate change influencing the timing of ice breakup in lakes across the northern hemisphere? Limnology and Oceanography.

Li W. et al. Methane production in the oxygenated water column of a perennially ice-covered Antarctic lake. Limnology and Oceanography.


Nutrient Cycling

Madinger H.L. & Hall Jr. R.O. Linking denitrification with ecosystem respiration in mountain streams. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.


Organic Matter and Decomposer Communities

Balmonte J.P. et al. Sharp contrasts between freshwater and marine microbial enzymatic capabilities, community composition, and DOM pools in a NE Greenland fjord. Limnology and Oceanography.

Bowen J.C., Kaplan L.A. & Cory R.M. Photodegradation disproportionately impacts biodegradation of semi-labile DOM in streams. Limnology and Oceanography.

Masigol H. et al. The contrasting roles of aquatic fungi and oomycetes in the degradation and transformation of polymeric organic matter. Limnology and Oceanography.

Yeung A.C.Y. et al. Stronger effects of litter origin on the processing of conifer than broadleaf leaves: A test of home-field advantage of stream litter breakdown. Freshwater Biology.


Suspended Sediments

Chen J. & Chang H. (2019). Dynamics of wet-season turbidity in relation to precipitation, discharge, and land cover in three urbanizing watersheds, Oregon. River Research and Applications.

Shao T., et al. Seasonal dynamics of light absorption by suspended particulate matter and CDOM in highly turbid inland rivers on the Loess Plateau, China. River Research and Applications.

Tritthart M. et al. Spatio-temporal variability of suspended sediments in rivers and ecological implications of reservoir flushing operations. River Research and Applications.