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New Articles June 3-9

Monday, June 10, 2019
Elizabeth (Bizzy) Berg

New Articles June 3-9


Stamenković, O., M. Stojković Piperac, D. Milošević, O. Y. Buzhdygan, A. Petrović, D. Jenačković, A. Đurđević, D. Čerba, B. Vlaičević, D. Nikolić, and V. Simić. Anthropogenic pressure explains variations in the biodiversity of pond communities along environmental gradients: a case study in south-eastern Serbia. Hydrobiologia.

Xu, J., J. García Molinos, G. Su, S. S. Matsuzaki, M. Akasaka, H. Zhang, and J. Heino. Cross-taxon congruence of multiple diversity facets of freshwater assemblages is determined by large-scale processes across China. Freshwater Biology.


Hamman, E., T. Van Geelen, and A. Akhtar-Khavari. Governance tools for the conservation of wetlands: the role of the Montreux Record under the Ramsar Convention. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Community Assemblages

Milesi, S. V, A. S. Melo, and S. Dolédec. Assessing community functional attributes during substrate colonization: a field experiment using stream insects. Hydrobiologia.

Ecosystem Processes

Start, D., and B. Gilbert. Trait variation across biological scales shapes community structure and ecosystem function. Ecology:e02769.


Shogren, A. J., J. L. Tank, S. P. Egan, D. Bolster, and T. Riis. Riverine distribution of mussel environmental DNA reflects a balance among density, transport, and removal processes. Freshwater Biology.


Carvalho, P. G., S. D. Jupiter, F. A. Januchowski-Hartley, J. Goetze, J. Claudet, R. Weeks, A. Humphries, and C. White. Optimized fishing through periodically harvested closures. Journal of Applied Ecology.

Nguyen, V. M., N. Young, J. W. Brownscombe, and S. J. Cooke. Collaboration and engagement produce more actionable science: quantitatively analyzing uptake of fish tracking studies. Ecological Applications:e01943.

Silva, G. G., V. Weber, A. J. Green, P. Hoffmann, V. S. Silva, M. Volcan, L. E. K. Lanés, C. Stenert, M. Reichard, and L. Maltchik. Killifish eggs can disperse via gut passage through waterfowl. Ecology:e02774.

Watz, J., Y. Otsuki, K. Nagatsuka, K. Hasegawa, and I. Koizumi. Temperature-dependent competition between juvenile salmonids in small streams. Freshwater Biology.

Food Webs

Kolar, V., D. S. Boukal, and A. Sentis. Predation risk and habitat complexity modify intermediate predator feeding rates and energetic efficiencies in a tri-trophic system. Freshwater Biology.


Hull, K. L., T. A. Asbury, C. da Silva, M. Dicken, A. Veríssimo, E. D. Farrell, S. Mariani, C. Mazzoldi, I. A. M. Marino, L. Zane, S. N. Maduna, and A. E. Bester-van der Merwe. Strong genetic isolation despite wide distribution in a commercially ex ploited coastal shark. Hydrobiologia.

Jamaluddin, J. A. F., N. So, B. M. Tam, A. Ahmad, C. Grudpan, L. M. Page, M. Z. Khaironizam, and S. A. Mohd Nor. Genetic variation, demographic history and phylogeography of tire track eel, Mastacembelus favus (Synbranchiformes: Mastacembelidae) in Southeast Asia. Hydrobiologia.

Muhammad, F., W. Chen, L. Liu, L. Gong, X. Du, M. Shafi, and Z. Lü. Genetic structure of Amphioctopus fangsiao (Mollusca, Cephalopoda) in Chinese waters inferred from variation in three mtDNA genes (ATPase 6, ND2, and ND5). Hydrobiologia.

Green House Gases

Thamdrup, B., H. G. R. Steinsdóttir, A. D. Bertagnolli, C. C. Padilla, N. V Patin, E. Garcia-Robledo, L. A. Bristow, and F. J. Stewart. Anaerobic methane oxidation is an important sink for methane in the ocean’s largest oxygen minimum zone. Limnology and Oceanography.

Heavy Metals

Becker, A. E., and D. Copplestone. Cadmium uptake from sediment by Cylindrotheca closterium and the effect of diatom presence on partitioning of cadmium between sediment and water: A laboratory study. Limnology and Oceanography.


Moldowan, P. D., M. Alex Smith, T. Baldwin, T. Bartley, N. Rollinson, and H. Wynen. Nature’s pitfall trap: Salamanders as rich prey for carnivorous plants in a nutrient-poor northern bog ecosystem. Ecology:e02770.

Invasive Species

Alexandre da Silva, M. V., J. V. Nunes Souza, J. R. B. de Souza, and L. M. Vieira. Modelling species distributions to predict areas at risk of invasion by the exotic aquatic New Zealand mudsnail Potamopyrgus antipodarum (Gray 1843). Freshwater Biology.

Pacioglu, O., J. P. Zubrod, R. Schulz, J. I. Jones, and L. Pârvulescu. Two is better than one: combining gut content and stable isotope analyses to infer trophic interactions between native and invasive species. Hydrobiologia.


Carmignani, J. R., A. H. Roy, P. D. Hazelton, and H. Giard. Annual winter water level drawdowns limit shallow-water mussel densities in small lakes. Freshwater Biology.

Chiarore, A., I. Bertocci, S. Fioretti, A. Meccariello, G. Saccone, F. Crocetta, and F. P. Patti. Syntopic Cystoseira taxa support different molluscan assemblages in the Gulf of Naples (southern Tyrrhenian Sea). Marine and Freshwater Research.

Tuttle-Raycraft, S., and J. D. Ackerman. Living the high turbidity life: The effects of total suspended solids, flow, and gill morphology on mussel feeding. Limnology and Oceanography.

Wu, H., Q. Guan, K. Lu, and D. P. Batzer. Aquatic macroinvertebrate assemblages in wetlands of Northeastern China. Hydrobiologia.


Schmidt-Kloiber, A., V. Bremerich, A. De Wever, S. C. Jähnig, K. Martens, J. Strackbein, K. Tockner, and D. Hering. The Freshwater Information Platform: a global online network providing data, tools and resources for science and policy support. Hydrobiologia.


Reisinger, A. J., T. R. Doody, P. M. Groffman, S. S. Kaushal, and E. J. Rosi. Seeing the light: Urban stream restoration affects stream metabolism and nitrate uptake via changes in canopy cover. Ecological Applications:e01941.

River Structure and Hydrology

Gregory, K. J. Human influence on the morphological adjustment of river channels: The evolution of pertinent concepts in river science. River Research and Applications.

Long, L., D. Ji, Z. Yang, J. Ma, S. A. Wells, D. Liu, and A. Lorke. Density-driven water circulation in a typical tributary of the Three Gorges Reservoir, China. River Research and Applications.