New Articles July 23-29
Freshwater-specific journals (5): Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, Marine and Freshwater Research, River Research and Applications
Broad-based journals (6): Ecology, Journal of Applied Ecology, Nature, Oecologia, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Science
Barlow J., França F., Gardner T.A., Hicks C.C., Lennox G.D., Berenguer E., et al. The future of hyperdiverse tropical ecosystems. Nature.
Kelly P.T., González M.J., Renwick W.H. & Vanni M.J. Increased light availability and nutrient cycling by fish provide resilience against reversing eutrophication in an agriculturally impacted reservoir. Limnology and Oceanography.
Marinos R.E. & Bernhardt E.S. Soil carbon losses due to higher pH offset vegetation gains due to calcium enrichment in an acid mitigation experiment. Ecology.
Modenutti B., Bastidas Navarro M., Martyniuk N. & Balseiro E. Melting of clean and debris-rich ice differentially affect nutrients, dissolved organic matter and bacteria respiration in the early ontogeny of the newly formed proglacial Ventisquero Negro Lake (Patagonia Argentina). Freshwater Biology.
Reisinger A.J., Woytowitz E., Majcher E., Rosi E.J., Belt K.T., Duncan J.M., et al. Changes in long-term water quality of Baltimore streams are associated with both gray and green infrastructure. Limnology and Oceanography.
Rose K.C., Neale P.J., Tzortziou M., Gallegos C.L. & Jordan T.E. Patterns of spectral, spatial, and long-term variability in light attenuation in an optically complex sub-estuary. Limnology and Oceanography.
Zaferani S., Pérez-Rodríguez M. & Biester H. Diatom ooze—A large marine mercury sink. Science.
Knapp A.K., Carroll C.J.W., Griffin-Nolan R.J., Slette I.J., Chaves F.A., Baur L., et al. A reality check for climate change experiments: do they reflect the real world? Ecology.
Koltz A.M., Classen A.T. & Wright J.P. Warming reverses top-down effects of predators on belowground ecosystem function in Arctic tundra. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Mitchard E.T.A. The tropical forest carbon cycle and climate change. Nature.
Stuart-Smith R.D., Brown C.J., Ceccarelli D.M. & Edgar G.J. Ecosystem restructuring along the Great Barrier Reef following mass coral bleaching. Nature.
Timmermann A., An S.-I., Kug J.-S., Jin F.-F., Cai W., Capotondi A., et al. El Niño–Southern Oscillation complexity. Nature.
Bauman D., Drouet T., Fortin M.-J. & Dray S. Optimizing the choice of a spatial weighting matrix in eigenvector-based methods. Ecology.
Douda J., Doudová J., Hulík J., Havrdová A. & Boublík K. Reduced competition enhances community temporal stability under conditions of increasing environmental stress. Ecology.
Lukács Á., Kókai Z., Török P., Bácsi I., Borics G., Várbíró G., et al. Colonisation processes in benthic algal communities are well reflected by functional groups. Hydrobiologia.
Bice C.M., Zampatti B.P. & Morrongiello J.R. Connectivity, migration and recruitment in a catadromous fish. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Canty S.W.J., Truelove N.K., Preziosi R.F., Chenery S.R., Horstwood M.A.S. & Box S.J. Evaluating tools for the spatial management of fisheries. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Gavioli A., Mancini M., Milardi M., Aschonitis V., Racchetti E., Viaroli P., et al. Exotic species, rather than low flow, negatively affect native fish in the Oglio River, Northern Italy. River Research and Applications.
Kevrekidis C., Valtl M., Penk S.B.R., Altner M. & Reichenbacher B. Rebekkachromis nov. gen. from the middle–upper Miocene (11 MYA) of Central Kenya: the oldest record of a haplotilapiine cichlid fish. Hydrobiologia.
Marszal L., Grzybkowska M., Blonska D., Leszczynska J. & Przybylski M. Diet of the endangered spirlin (Alburnoides bipunctatus) at the centre of its distribution in Europe. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Meredith C.S., Budy P. & Schmidt J.C. Scour depths at sites selected for spawning by brown trout (Salmo trutta) along a longitudinal gradient of a North American mountain river. River Research and Applications.
Neves J.B., Martinho F. & Pardal M.Â. Effect of illegal glass eel (Anguilla anguilla) fishery on estuarine fish stocks: a case study in the Mondego Estuary, Portugal. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Niu S.Q., Haake D.M. & Knouft J.H. Gut content biomass of stream fishes: associations with streamflow velocity, population density, and prey abundance at two spatial scales. Hydrobiologia.
Schwinn M., Baktoft H., Aarestrup K., Lucas M.C. & Koed A. Telemetry observations of predation and migration behaviour of brown trout (Salmo trutta) smolts negotiating an artificial lake. River Research and Applications.
Strickland G.J. & Roberts J.H. Utility of eDNA and occupancy models for monitoring an endangered fish across diverse riverine habitats. Hydrobiologia.
Takahashi T. Colour variation of a shell-brooding cichlid fish from Lake Tanganyika. Hydrobiologia.
Wong V.N.L., Walsh S. & Morris S. Climate affects fish-kill events in subtropical estuaries of eastern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Wu T.H., Tsang L.M., Chow L.H., Chen I.-S. & Chu K.H. Cryptic lineages and hybridization of the predaceous chub Parazacco spilurus (Actinopterygii, Cypriniformes, Xenocyprididae) in Hong Kong. Hydrobiologia.
Jiao J., Pilyugin S.S., Riotte-Lambert L. & Osenberg C.W. Habitat-dependent movement rate can determine the efficacy of marine protected areas. Ecology.
Michelot T., Blackwell P.G. & Matthiopoulos J. Linking resource selection and step selection models for habitat preferences in animals. Ecology.
Bowling L., Baldwin D., Merrick C., Brayan J. & Panther J. Possible drivers of a Chrysosporum ovalisporum bloom in the Murray River, Australia, in 2016. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Cashman M.J., Gellis A., Sanisaca L.G., Noe G.B., Cogliandro V. & Baker A. Bank-derived material dominates fluvial sediment in a suburban Chesapeake Bay watershed. River Research and Applications.
Visser A.G., Beevers L. & Patidar S. Complexity in hydroecological modelling: A comparison of stepwise selection and information theory. River Research and Applications.
Bellec L., Debruyne R., Utge J. & Rabet N. The first complete mitochondrial genome of Limnadia lenticularis (Branchiopoda, Spinicaudata), with new insights on its phylogeography and on the taxonomy of the genus. Hydrobiologia.
Fuchs H.L., Gerbi G.P., Hunter E.J. & Christman A.J. Waves cue distinct behaviors and differentiate transport of congeneric snail larvae from sheltered versus wavy habitats. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Kroll I.R., Poray A.K., Puckett B.J., Eggleston D.B. & Fodrie F.J. Quantifying estuarine-scale invertebrate larval connectivity: Methodological and ecological insights. Limnology and Oceanography.
Rogl K.A., Rahi M.L., Royle J.W.L., Prentis P.J. & Hurwood D.A. A transcriptome-wide assessment of differentially expressed genes among two highly divergent, yet sympatric, lineages of the freshwater Atyid shrimp, Paratya australiensis. Hydrobiologia.
Weinstock J.B., Morello S.L., Conlon L.M., Xue H. & Yund P.O. Tidal shifts in the vertical distribution of bivalve larvae: Vertical advection vs. active behavior. Limnology and Oceanography.
Almeda R., Someren Gréve H. & Kiørboe T. Prey perception mechanism determines maximum clearance rates of planktonic copepods. Limnology and Oceanography.
Jacquemin C., Bertrand C., Oursel B., Thorel M., Franquet E. & Cavalli L. Growth rate of alpine phytoplankton assemblages from contrasting watersheds and N-deposition regimes exposed to nitrogen and phosphorus enrichments. Freshwater Biology.
Otte K.A., Effertz C., Fröhlich T., Arnold G.J., Laforsch C. & von Elert E. Proteomic analysis in the model organism Daphnia has the potential to unravel molecular pathways involved in phenotypic changes in response to changing environmental conditions. Hydrobiologia.
Perbiche-Neves G., Saito V.S., Simões N.R., Debastiani-Júnior J.R., Naliato D.A. de O. & Nogueira M.G. Distinct responses of Copepoda and Cladocera diversity to climatic, environmental, and geographic filters in the La Plata River basin. Hydrobiologia.
Bertagni M.B., Perona P. & Camporeale C. Parametric transitions between bare and vegetated states in water-driven patterns. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Hopley T. & Byrne M. Connectivity in riparian plants: influence of vegetation type and habitat fragmentation overrides water flow. Oecologia.
Redelstein R., Coners H., Knohl A. & Leuschner C. Water sources of plant uptake along a salt marsh flooding gradient. Oecologia.