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New Articles for June 23-30

Sunday, June 30, 2019
Kasey Fralick

Freshwater Specific Journals (3): Freshwater Biology (3), Hydrobiologia (8), River Research and Applications (1)

Broad-Based Journals (6): Oecologia (1), Ecological Applications (3), Ecology Letters (5), Oikos (1), Trends in Ecology and Evolution (1), Journal of Applied Ecology (1)


Aguilera, A. et al. Raphidiopsis mediterranea (Nostocales) exhibits a flexible growth strategy under light and nutrient fluctuations in contrast to Planktothrix agardhii (Oscillatoriales). Hydrobiologia.

Rimet, F. et al. Factors influencing the heterogeneity of benthic diatom communities along the shoreline of natural alpine lakes. Hydrobiologia.

Zanon, J.E. et al. Potential mechanisms related to the spatial synchrony of phytoplankton is dependent on the type of data. Hydrobiologia.


Segev, O. et al. Phenotypic plasticity and local adaptations to dissolved oxygen in larvae fire salamander (Salamandra infraimmaculata). Oecologia.

Sawrtz, T.M. & Miller, J.R. Managing farm ponds as breeding sites for amphibians: key trade‐offs in agricultural function and habitat conservation. Ecological Applications.

Freshwater Invertebrates

Anderson, H.E. et al. Water temperature drives variability in salmonfly abundance, emergence timing, and body size. River Research and Applications.

Deacon, C. et al. Aquatic insects decline in abundance and occupy low‐quality artificial habitats to survive hydrological droughts. Freshwater Biology.

Motta, L. & Massaferro, J. Climate and site-specific factors shape chironomid taxonomic and functional diversity patterns in northern Patagonia. Hydrobiologia.

Paige, A.S. et al. Linking nutrient stoichiometry to Zika virus transmission in a mosquito. Ecology Letters.

Rèveilon, T. et al. Repeatable inter‐individual variation in the thermal sensitivity of metabolic rate. Oikos.

Tamura, S. & Kagaya, T. Food habits of invertebrate grazers in a forested stream: variations according to taxonomic affiliation, flow habitat, and body size. Hydrobiologia.

General Ecology & Evolution

Barton, P.S. et al. Towards Quantifying Carrion Biomass in Ecosystems. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.

O'Sullivan, J.D. et al. Metacommunity‐scale biodiversity regulation and the self‐organised emergence of macroecological patterns. Ecology Letters.

Valdovinos, F.S. Mutualistic networks: moving closer to a predictive theory. Ecology Letters.


Huang, G. et al. Evaluating impacts of an extreme flood on a fish assemblage using hydroacoustics in a large reservoir of the Yangtze River basin, China. Hydrobiologia.

Kaemingk, M.A. et al. Landscape edges shape dispersal and population structure of a migratory fish. Ecology Letters.

Naman, S.M. et al. Comparing correlative and bioenergetics‐based habitat suitability models for drift‐feeding fishes. Freshwater Biology.

Rogers, M.W. et al. Life history and ecological characteristics of humper and lean ecotypes of lake trout stocked in Lake Erie. Hydrobiologia.


Bulat, M. et al. A three‐dimensional numerical model investigation of the impact of submerged macrophytes on flow dynamics in a large fluvial lake. Freshwater Biology.

Johnson, A.J. et al. Herbivory regulates the establishment of a native species of submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) in a tidal estuary of the USA. Ecology Letters.

Rice Paddy Management

Katayama, N. et al. Organic farming and associated management practices benefit multiple wildlife taxa: A large‐scale field study in rice paddy landscapes. Journal of Applied Ecology.

Spatial Ecology

King, K. et al. Drivers and spatial structure of abiotic and biotic properties of lakes, wetlands, and streams at the national scale. Ecological Applications.

Volcanic Crater Lakes

Maitland, B.M. et al. Subsurface water piping transports plankton and prevents meromixis in a deep volcanic crater lake (Dominica, West Indies). Hydrobiologia.

Wetland Ecology

Taddeo, S. et al. The potential of satellite greenness to predict plant diversity among wetland types, ecoregions, and disturbance levels. Ecological Applications.