New Articles June 17-23
Bray, J. P., S. J. Nichols, A. Keely-Smith, R. Thompson, S. Bhattacharyya, S. Gupta, A. Gupta, J. Gao, X. Wang, S. Kaserzon, J. F. Mueller, A. Chou, and B. J. Kefford. Stressor dominance and sensitivity-dependent antagonism: Disentangling the freshwater effects of an insecticide among co-occurring agricultural stressors. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Navarro, A., C. A. Boys, W. Robinson, L. J. Baumgartner, B. Miller, Z. D. Deng, and C. M. Finlayson. Tolerable ranges of fluid shear for early life-stage fishes: implications for safe fish passage at hydropower and irrigation infrastructure. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Pulg, U., K. W. Vollset, and R. J. Lennox. Linking habitat to density-dependent population regulation: How spawning gravel availability effects abundance of juvenile salmonids (Salmo trutta and Salmo salar) in small streams. Hydrobiologia.
Trochine, C., V. Díaz Villanueva, E. Balseiro, and B. Modenutti. Nutritional stress by means of high C:N ratios in the diet and starvation affects nitrogen isotope ratios and trophic fractionation of omnivorous copepods. Oecologia.
Invasive and Non-native Species
de Rezende Ayroza, D. M. M., C. F. do Carmo, A. F. M. Camargo, M. D. de Oliveira, and M. L. Petesse. Net cages enhance golden mussel (Limnoperna fortunei) larval density and condition factor. Freshwater Biology.
Estévez, E., J. M. Álvarez-Martínez, M. Álvarez-Cabria, C. T. Robinson, T. J. Battin, and J. Barquín. Catchment land cover influences macroinvertebrate food-web structure and energy flow pathways in mountain streams. Freshwater Biology.
Resgalla, C., L. Petri, B. G. T. da Silva, R. T. Brilha, S. A. Araújo, and T. C. M. Almeida. Outbreaks, coexistence, and life cycle of jellyfish species in relation to abiotic and biological factors along a South American coast. Hydrobiologia.
Brandl, S. J., L. Tornabene, C. H. R. Goatley, J. M. Casey, R. A. Morais, I. M. Côté, C. C. Baldwin, V. Parravicini, N. M. D. Schiettekatte, and D. R. Bellwood. Demographic dynamics of the smallest marine vertebrates fuel coral reef ecosystem functioning. Science 364:1189 LP – 1192.
Cuthbert, R. N., O. L. F. Weyl, R. J. Wasserman, J. T. A. Dick, P. W. Froneman, A. Callaghan, and T. Dalu. Combined impacts of warming and salinisation on trophic interactions and mortality of a specialist ephemeral wetland predator. Freshwater Biology.