Aquatic-Specific Journals (10): Aquatic Ecology (5), Aquatic Sciences (8), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (3), Freshwater Biology (12), Freshwater Science (13), Hydrobiologia (14), Journal of Freshwater Ecology (1), Limnology and Oceanography (10), River Research and Applications (23), Water Resources Research (45).
Broad-Based Journals (8): BioScience (2), Ecological Applications (2), Ecology (2), Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment (1), Global Change Biology (7), Nature (1), Oecologia (3), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (1).
(OA)= Open Access Article
Ernetti J.R., Boschetti J.P., Delazeri F., De Bastiani V.I.M., Pontes M.R., Ribeiro L.P., et al. High temporal and individual variation in the prevalence and intensity of chytrid infection in the southernmost Leaf Frog of the genus Pithecopus (Anura, Phyllomedusidae). Hydrobiologia.
Hutton J.M., Price S.J., Bonner S.J., Richter S.C. & Barton C.D. Occupancy and abundance of stream salamanders along a specific conductance gradient. Freshwater Science.
Lertzman-Lepofsky G.F., Kissel A.M., Sinervo B. & Palen W.J. Water loss and temperature interact to compound amphibian vulnerability to climate change. Global Change Biology.
Chen X., Hassan M.A., An C. & Fu X. Rough correlations: Meta-analysis of roughness measures in gravel bed rivers. Water Resources Research.
Mathers K.L., Michalec F.-G., Holzner M. & Weber C. Beneath the surface: Application of transparent super absorbent polymer substrates to track faunal activity within the sediment layer. Freshwater Biology.
Shrivastava S., Stewardson M.J. & Arora M. Understanding streambeds as complex systems: review of multiple interacting environmental processes influencing streambed permeability. Aquatic Sciences.
Stockwell J.D., O’Malley B.P., Hansson S., Chapina R.J., Rudstam L.G. & Weidel B.C. Benthic habitat is an integral part of freshwater Mysis ecology. Freshwater Biology. (OA)
Almeida Júnior E.S., Martínez A., Gonçalves A.L. & Canhoto C. Combined effects of freshwater salinization and leaf traits on litter decomposition. Hydrobiologia.
Fernandez-Bou A.S., Dierick D., Allen M.F. & Harmon T.C. Precipitation-drainage cycles lead to hot moments in soil carbon dioxide dynamics in a Neotropical wet forest. Global Change Biology.
Fork M.L., Osburn C.L. & Heffernan J.B. Bioavailability and compositional changes of dissolved organic matter in urban headwaters. Aquatic Sciences.
Fugère V., Lostchuck E. & Chapman L.J. Litter decomposition in Afrotropical streams: Effects of land use, home-field advantage, and terrestrial herbivory. Freshwater Science.
Grimm Lima M., Schädle P., Green C.P., Vogler D., Saar M.O. & Kong X.-Z. Permeability Impairment and Salt Precipitation Patterns during CO2 Injection into Single Natural Brine-filled Fractures. Water Resources Research.
Günthel M., Klawonn I., Woodhouse J., Bižić M., Ionescu D., Ganzert L., et al. Photosynthesis-driven methane production in oxic lake water as an important contributor to methane emission. Limnology and Oceanography. (OA)
Kelso J.E., Rosi E.J. & Baker M.A. Towards more realistic estimates of DOM decay in streams: Incubation methods, light, and non-additive effects. Freshwater Science.
Phyoe W.W., Qin Y., Yu N. & Wang F. Sediment distribution and organic carbon burial in a subtropical hydroelectric reservoir. Aquatic Sciences.
Rocher-Ros G., Harms T.K., Sponseller R.A., Väisänen M., Mörth C.-M. & Giesler R. Metabolism overrides photo-oxidation in CO2 dynamics of Arctic permafrost streams. Limnology and Oceanography. (OA)
Zabelina S.A., Shirokova L.S., Klimov S.I., Chupakov A. V, Lim A.G., Polishchuk Y.M., et al. Carbon emission from thermokarst lakes in NE European tundra. Limnology and Oceanography. (OA)
Bégin P.N., Tanabe Y., Kumagai M., Culley A.I., Paquette M., Sarrazin D., et al. Extreme warming and regime shift toward amplified variability in a far northern lake. Limnology and Oceanography.
Dippold D.A., Aloysius N.R., Keitzer S.C., Yen H., Arnold J.G., Daggupati P., et al. Forecasting the combined effects of anticipated climate change and agricultural conservation practices on fish recruitment dynamics in Lake Erie. Freshwater Biology.
Loewen C.J.G., Strecker A.L., Gilbert B. & Jackson D.A. Climate warming moderates the impacts of introduced sportfish on multiple dimensions of prey biodiversity. Global Change Biology.
Bo T., Doretto A., Levrino M. & Fenoglio S. Contribution of beta diversity in shaping stream macroinvertebrate communities among hydro-ecoregions. Aquatic Ecology. (OA)
Knopp J.A., Levenstein B., Watson A., Ivanova I. & Lento J. Systematic review of documented Indigenous Knowledge of freshwater biodiversity in the circumpolar Arctic. Freshwater Biology.
Li M., Liu J., Tonkin J.D., Shen J., Xiao N. & Wang J. The effects of abiotic and biotic factors on taxonomic and phylogenetic diversity of stream epilithic bacteria around Qiandao Lake. Aquatic Sciences.
Tolonen K.T., Karjalainen J., Hämäläinen H., Nyholm K., Rahkola-Sorsa M., Cai Y., et al. Do the ecological drivers of lake littoral communities match and lead to congruence between organism groups? Aquatic Ecology. (OA)
Baillie B.R., Evanson A.W., Kimberley M.O. & Bergin D.O. Combined effects of an anthropogenic (forest harvesting) and natural (extreme rainfall event) disturbance on headwater streams in New Zealand. Freshwater Biology.
Farah-Pérez A., Umaña-Villalobos G., Picado-Barboza J. & Anderson E.P. An analysis of river fragmentation by dams and river dewatering in Costa Rica. River Research and Applications.
Mao X., Wei X., Engel B., Wang W., Jin X. & Jin Y. Biological response to 5 years of operations of cascade rubber dams in a plateau urban river, China. River Research and Applications.
Salmaso F., Crosa G., Espa P., Gentili G. & Quadroni S. The year after an extraordinary sedimentation event in a regulated Alpine river: The impact on benthic macroinvertebrate communities. River Research and Applications.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Abernethy E.F., Arismendi I., Boegehold A.G., Colón-Gaud C., Cover M.R., Larson E.I., et al. Diverse, equitable, and inclusive scientific societies: Progress and opportunities in the Society for Freshwater Science. Freshwater Science.
Batavia C., Penaluna B.E., Lemberger T.R. & Nelson M.P. Considering the Case for Diversity in Natural Resources. BioScience.
Akin D.R. & Geheber A.D. Conforming to the status flow: The influence of altered habitat on fish body-shape characteristics. Freshwater Biology.
Chen K. & Olden J.D. Threshold responses of riverine fish communities to land use conversion across regions of the world. Global Change Biology.
Collins S.F. & Baxter C. V Multiple lines of evidence reveal complex rainbow trout responses to stream habitat enhancements. Freshwater Biology.
Evangelista C., Vøllestad L.A., Diaz Pauli B. & Edeline E. Density-dependent consequences of size-selective induced life-history changes to population fitness in medaka (Oryzias latipes). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
DeFilippo L.B., Schindler D.E., Shedd K.R. & Schaberg K.L. A Bayesian hierarchical approach to integrating historical and in-season genetic data for real-time assessment of a mixed stock fishery. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Holter T.H., Myrvold K.M., Pulg U. & Museth J. Evaluating a fishway reconstruction amidst fluctuating abundances. River Research and Applications. (OA)
Ingram T., Dutoit L., Mikheev P., Khan S. & Schallenberg M. Phenotypic, ecological and genomic variation in common bully (Gobiomorphus cotidianus) populations along depth gradients in New Zealand’s Southern Great Lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Jones L.A., Schoen E.R., Shaftel R., Cunningham C.J., Mauger S., Rinella D.J., et al. Watershed-scale climate influences productivity of Chinook salmon populations across southcentral Alaska. Global Change Biology.
Kaeding L.R. & Mogen J.T. Quantification and characterization of bull trout annually entrained in the major irrigation canal on the St. Mary River, Montana, United States, and identification of operations changes that would reduce that loss. River Research and Applications.
Li M., Shi X., Jin Z., Ke S., Lin C., An R., et al. Behaviour and ability of a cyprinid (Schizopygopsis younghusbandi) to cope with accelerating flows when migrating downstream. River Research and Applications.
Parker J., Pescitelli S.M., Epifanio J. & Cao Y. Relationships among side-scan sonar classified substrates and fish-catch rates at multiple spatial scales. River Research and Applications.
Pflugrath B.D., Dowell F.E. & Brown R.S. Using transparent fish to observe barotrauma associated with downstream passage through hydropower turbines. River Research and Applications.
Sáez-Gómez P., Ramos-Merchante A. & Prenda J. Multiscale effects on freshwater fish distribution in a highly disturbed Mediterranean-type basin: community-level and species-level responses. Aquatic Ecology.
Volcan M.V. & Guadagnin D.L. Annual and non-annual fish assemblages respond differently to environmental and spatiotemporal variations of temporary wetlands from southern Brazil. Freshwater Biology.
Wang Y., Liang R., Li K. & Li R. Tolerance and avoidance mechanisms of the rare and endemic fish of the upper Yangtze River to total dissolved gas supersaturation by hydropower stations. River Research and Applications.
Blöschl G., Kiss A., Viglione A., Barriendos M., Böhm O., Brázdil R., et al. Current European flood-rich period exceptional compared with past 500 years. Nature.
Church M. & Jakob M. What is a debris flood? Water Resources Research.
Le C.T.U., Paul W.L., Gawne B. & Suter P.J. Quantitative Flow-Ecology Relationships Using Distributed Lag Nonlinear Models: Large Floods in the Murray River Could Have Delayed Effects on Aquatic Macroinvertebrates Lasting More Than Three Decades. Water Resources Research.
Pirani F.J. & Najafi M.R. Recent Trends in Individual and Multivariate Compound Flood Drivers in Canada’s Coasts. Water Resources Research.
Silva Cervantes M., Hernando A., García-Abril A., Valbuena R., Velázquez Saornil J. & Manzanera J.A. Simulation of overflow thresholds in urban basins: Case study in Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Mexico. River Research and Applications.
Stammel B., Fischer C., Cyffka B., Albert C., Damm C., Dehnhardt A., et al. Assessing land use and flood management impacts on ecosystem services in a river landscape (Upper Danube, Germany). River Research and Applications. (OA)
Sumargo E., Cannon F., Ralph F.M. & Henn B. Freezing Level Forecast Error Can Consume Reservoir Flood Control Storage: Potentials for Lake Oroville and New Bullards Bar Reservoirs in California. Water Resources Research.
Vahidi E., Rodríguez J.F., Bayne E. & Saco P.M. One flood is not enough: pool-riffle self-maintenance under time-varying flows and non-equilibrium multi-fractional sediment transport. Water Resources Research.
Wing O.E.J., Quinn N., Bates P.D., Neal J.C., Smith A.M., Sampson C.C., et al. (2020). Towards global stochastic river flood modelling. Water Resources Research. (OA)
Food Webs and Energy
Chowanski K., Kunza L., Hoffman G., Genzoli L. & Stickney E. River management alters ecosystem metabolism in a large oligotrophic river. Freshwater Science. (OA)
DeSiervo M.H., Ayres M.P., Virginia R.A. & Culler L.E. Consumer–resource dynamics in Arctic ponds. Ecology.
Ishikawa N.F., Finlay J.C., Uno H., Ogawa N.O., Ohkouchi N., Tayasu I., et al. Combined use of radiocarbon and stable carbon isotopes for the source mixing model in a stream food web. Limnology and Oceanography.
McInerney P.J., Holt G., Lester R.E., Thompson R.M., Robson B., Ryder D.S., et al. Basal resource quality and energy sources in three habitats of a lowland river ecosystem. Limnology and Oceanography.
Moriarty P.E., Essington T.E., Horne J.K., Keister J.E., Li L., Parker-Stetter S.L., et al. Unexpected food web responses to low dissolved oxygen in an estuarine fjord. Ecological Applications.
Sherman J., Gorbunov M.Y., Schofield O. & Falkowski P.G. Photosynthetic energy conversion efficiency in the West Antarctic Peninsula. Limnology and Oceanography. (OA)
Vesterinen J., Keva O., Kahilainen K.K., Strandberg U., Hiltunen M., Kankaala P., et al. Nutritional quality of littoral macroinvertebrates and pelagic zooplankton in subarctic lakes. Limnology and Oceanography. (OA)
Alghamdi A., Hesse M.A., Chen J. & Ghattas O. Bayesian Poroelastic Aquifer Characterization from InSAR Surface Deformation Data. Part I: Maximum A Posteriori Estimate. Water Resources Research.
Autio A., Ala-Aho P., Ronkanen A.-K., Rossi P.M. & Kløve B. Implications of peat soil conceptualization for groundwater exfiltration in numerical modeling: A study on a hypothetical peatland hillslope. Water Resources Research.
Devoie É.G. & Craig J.R. A Semi-Analytical Interface Model of Soil Freeze/Thaw and Permafrost Evolution. Water Resources Research.
Li D., Xu K., Harris J.M. & Darve E. Coupled Time-lapse Full Waveform Inversion for Subsurface Flow Problems using Intrusive Automatic Differentiation. Water Resources Research.
Yang S. & Yu Q. Experimental investigation on the movability of water in shale nanopores: A case study of Carboniferous shale from the Qaidam Basin, China. Water Resources Research.
Zell W.O. & Sanford W.E. Calibrated simulation of the long-term average surficial groundwater system and derived spatial distributions of its characteristics for the contiguous United States. Water Resources Research.
Hydrology and Flow
Anjum N. & Tanaka N. Investigating the turbulent flow behaviour through partially distributed discontinuous rigid vegetation in an open channel. River Research and Applications.
Bhaskar A.S., Hopkins K.G., Smith B.K., Stephens T.A. & Miller A.J. Hydrologic signals and surprises in U.S. streamflow records during urbanization. Water Resources Research.
Evans T.B., White S.M. & Wilson A.M. Coastal groundwater flow at the nearshore and embayment scales: A field and modeling study. Water Resources Research.
Lewis Q., Rhoads B., Sukhodolov A. & Constantinescu G. Advective Lateral Transport of Streamwise Momentum Governs Mixing at Small River Confluences. Water Resources Research.
Pouchoulin S., Le Coz J., Mignot E., Gond L. & Riviere N. Predicting Transverse Mixing Efficiency Downstream of a River Confluence. Water Resources Research.
Ramón C.L., Priet-Mahéo M.C., Rueda F.J. & Andradóttir H. Inflow dynamics in weakly stratified lakes subject to large isopycnal displacements. Water Resources Research.
Burgazzi G., Bolpagni R., Laini A., Racchetti E. & Viaroli P. Algal biomass and macroinvertebrate dynamics in intermittent braided rivers: new perspectives from instream pools. River Research and Applications.
da Silva Bandeira M.G., Martins K.P., Palma-Silva C., Hepp L.U. & Albertoni E.F. Hydration time influences microcrustacean hatching in intermittent wetlands: in situ and ex situ approaches. Hydrobiologia.
Majdi N., Colls M., Weiss L., Acuña V., Sabater S. & Traunspurger W. Duration and frequency of non-flow periods affect the abundance and diversity of stream meiofauna. Freshwater Biology. (OA)
Siebers A.R., Paillex A., Misteli B. & Robinson C.T. Effects of an experimental increase in flow intermittency on an alpine stream. Hydrobiologia.
Ankrom K.E., Franco A.L.C., Fonte S.J., Gherardi L.A., de Tomasel C.M., Andriuzzi W.S., et al. Ecto- and endoparasitic nematodes respond differently across sites to changes in precipitation. Oecologia.
Campbell E.Y., Dunham J.B. & Reeves G.H. Linkages between temperature, macroinvertebrates, and young-of-year Coho Salmon growth in surface-water and groundwater streams. Freshwater Science.
Caradima B., Reichert P. & Schuwirth N. Effects of site selection and taxonomic resolution on the inference of stream invertebrate responses to environmental conditions. Freshwater Science.
de Araújo A.P., Marques A.H.C., Dantas A.P., de Melo Junior M., de Moura G.J.B. & Tinoco M.S. Assisted phoresy of invertebrates by anurans in tank bromeliads: interspecific relationship. Aquatic Sciences.
Eppehimer D.E., Hamdhani H., Hollien K.D. & Bogan M.T. Evaluating the potential of treated effluent as novel habitats for aquatic invertebrates in arid regions. Hydrobiologia.
Green N., Britton J.R., Bentley M., Stebbing P. & Andreou D. Dominance, reproductive behaviours and female mate choice in sterilised versus non-sterilised invasive male crayfish. Aquatic Ecology. (OA)
Khan J.M., Dudding J., Hart M., Tsakiris E. & Randklev C.R. Linking life history strategies and historical baseline information shows effects of altered flow regimes and impoundments on freshwater mussel assemblages. Freshwater Biology.
Levri E.P., Berkheimer C., Wilson K., Xu J., Woods T., Hutchinson S., et al. The cost of predator avoidance behaviors in an invasive freshwater snail. Freshwater Science.
Magliozzi C., Meyer A., Usseglio-Polatera P., Robertson A. & Grabowski R.C. Investigating invertebrate biodiversity around large wood: taxonomic vs functional metrics. Aquatic Sciences. (OA)
Nelson D., Benstead J.P., Huryn A.D., Cross W.F., Hood J.M., Johnson P.W., et al. Contrasting responses of black fly species (Diptera: Simuliidae) to experimental whole-stream warming. Freshwater Biology.
Płóciennik M., Pawłowski D., Vilizzi L. & Antczak-Orlewska O. From oxbow to mire: Chironomidae and Cladocera as habitat palaeoindicators. Hydrobiologia. (OA)
Siebers A.R., Pettit N.E., Skrzypek G., Dogramaci S. & Grierson P.F. Hydrology and pool morphology shape the trophic base of macroinvertebrate assemblages in ephemeral stream pools. Freshwater Science.
Waringer J., Vitecek S., Martini J., Zittra C., Handschuh S., Vieira A., et al. Hydraulic stress parameters of a cased caddis larva (Drusus biguttatus) using spatio-temporally filtered velocity measurements. Hydrobiologia.
Baso N.C., Delport G.R. & Coetzee J.A. Nutrient-mediated silica uptake from agricultural runoff in invasive floating macrophytes: implications for biological control. Hydrobiologia.
Kuehne L.M., Ostberg C.O., Chase D.M., Duda J.J. & Olden J.D. Use of environmental DNA to detect the invasive aquatic plants Myriophyllum spicatum and Egeria densa in lakes. Freshwater Science. (OA)
Müllerová A., Řehounková K. & Prach K. What is a reasonable plot size for sampling aquatic vegetation? Aquatic Sciences.
Nunes L.S.C. & Camargo A.F.M. Effects of salinity on growth, competitive interaction and total nitrogen content of two estuarine macrophyte species cultivated on artificial substrate. Aquatic Ecology.
Nunes L.S.C., Umetsu C.A. & Camargo A.F.M. Environmental heterogeneity influences life-form richness and species composition but not species richness of aquatic macrophytes in tropical coastal rivers. Freshwater Biology.
Management and Restoration
Brodeur Z.P., Herman J.D. & Steinschneider S. Bootstrap aggregation and cross-validation methods to reduce overfitting in reservoir control policy search. Water Resources Research.
Fuller I.C., Death R.G., Garcia J.H., Trenc N., Pratt R., Pitiot C., et al. An index to assess the extent and success of river and floodplain restoration: Recognising dynamic response trajectories and applying a process-based approach to managing river recovery. River Research and Applications.
Gurnell A.M., Scott S.J., England J., Gurnell D., Jeffries R., Shuker L., et al. Assessing river condition: A multiscale approach designed for operational application in the context of biodiversity net gain. River Research and Applications. (OA)
Hall A., Chiu Y.-C. & Selker J.S. Coupling high-resolution monitoring and modelling to verify restoration-based temperature improvements. River Research and Applications.
Herse M.R., Lyver P.O., Scott N., McIntosh A.R., Coats S.C., Gormley A.M., et al. Engaging Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities in Environmental Management Could Alleviate Scale Mismatches in Social–Ecological Systems. BioScience.
Jovem-Azevêdo D., Bezerra-Neto J.F., Molozzi J. & Feio M.J. Rehabilitation scenarios for reservoirs: Predicting their effect on invertebrate communities through machine learning. River Research and Applications.
Karatayev V.A., Burlakova L.E., Karatayev A.Y., Yang L. & Miller T. Advection exacerbates population decline from habitat loss: maintaining threatened taxa while restoring natural river flow regimes. Oecologia.
Larson D.M., Cordts S.D. & Hansel-Welch N. Shallow lake management enhanced habitat and attracted waterbirds during fall migration. Hydrobiologia.
McKay S.K., Martin E.H., McIntyre P.B., Milt A.W., Moody A.T. & Neeson T.M. A comparison of approaches for prioritizing removal and repair of barriers to stream connectivity. River Research and Applications. (OA)
Wongso E., Nateghi R., Zaitchik B., Quiring S. & Kumar R. A data-driven framework to characterize state-level water use in the U.S. Water Resources Research. (OA)
Brückner M.Z.M., Braat L., Schwarz C. & Kleinhans M.G. What came first, mud or biostabilizers? Elucidating interacting effects in a coupled model of mud, saltmarsh, microphytobenthos and estuarine morphology. Water Resources Research. (OA)
Daniel F.R.C. & Ana R.M.P. Marine lake populations of jellyfish, mussels and sponges host compositionally distinct prokaryotic communities. Hydrobiologia.
Engel F.G., Dini-Andreote F., Eriksson B.K., Salles J.F., de Lima Brossi M.J. & Matthiessen B. Dispersal mitigates bacterial dominance over microalgal competitor in metacommunities. Oecologia.
Feckler A. & Bundschuh M. Decoupled structure and function of leaf-associated microorganisms under anthropogenic pressure: Potential hurdles for environmental monitoring. Freshwater Science.
Yeh T.-C., Krennmayr K., Liao C.-S., Ejarque E., Schomakers J., Huang J.-C., et al. Effects of terrigenous organic substrates and additional phosphorus on bacterioplankton metabolism and exoenzyme stoichiometry. Freshwater Biology. (OA)
Zhang L., Hu Y., Li X., Lu W. & Li J. Function prediction and network analysis to investigate the response of microbial communities to a single environmental factor. Journal of Freshwater Ecology.
Aguilar-Lopez J.P., Bogaard T. & Gerke H.H. Dual permeability model improvements for representation of preferential flow in fractured clays. Water Resources Research.
Botter G. & Durighetto N. The Stream Length Duration Curve: a tool for characterizing the time variability of the flowing stream length. Water Resources Research.
Delaney C.J., Hartman R.K., Mendoza J., Dettinger M., Monache L.D., Jasperse J., et al. Forecast Informed Reservoir Operations Using Ensemble Streamflow Predictions for a Multi-Purpose Reservoir in Northern California. Water Resources Research. (OA)
Dutta R. & Maity R. Temporal networks based approach for non-stationary hydroclimatic modelling and its demonstration with streamflow prediction. Water Resources Research.
Elmer N.J., Hain C., Hossain F., Desroches D. & Pottier C. Generating Proxy SWOT Water Surface Elevations Using WRF-Hydro and the CNES SWOT Hydrology Simulator. Water Resources Research.
Guse B., Pfannerstill M., Fohrer N. & Gupta H. Improving information extraction from simulated discharge using sensitivity-weighted performance criteria. Water Resources Research.
Kang X., Kokkinaki A., Kitanidis P.K., Shi X., Revil A., Lee J., et al. Improved characterization of DNAPL source zones via sequential hydrogeophysical inversion of hydraulic-head, self-potential and partitioning-tracer data. Water Resources Research.
Knoben W.J.M., Freer J.E., Peel M.C., Fowler K.J.A. & Woods R.A. A brief analysis of conceptual model structure uncertainty using 36 models and 559 catchments. Water Resources Research. (OA)
Minutti C., Illman W.A. & Gomez S. A New Inverse Modeling Approach for Hydraulic Conductivity Estimation Based on Gaussian Mixtures. Water Resources Research.
Roderick T.P., Wasko C. & Sharma A. An improved covariate for projecting future rainfall extremes? Water Resources Research.
Shi W., Wang Q. & Zhan H. New Simplified Models of Single-Well Push-Pull Tests with Mixing Effect. Water Resources Research.
Sitzenfrei R., Wang Q., Kapelan Z. & Savić D. Using complex network analysis for optimization of water distribution networks. Water Resources Research.
Sun Y., Bao W., Valk K., Brauer C.C., Sumihar J. & Weerts A.H. Improving forecast skill of lowland hydrological models using ensemble Kalman filter and unscented Kalman filter. Water Resources Research.
Wang Y., Zhu S., Yuan L. & Deng R. An automatic parameter calibration method for the SWAT model in runoff simulation. River Research and Applications.
Kilroy C., Brown L., Carlin L., Lambert P., Sinton A., Wech J.A., et al. Nitrogen stimulation of periphyton biomass in rivers: Differential effects of ammonium-N and nitrate-N. Freshwater Science.
Loeks-Johnson B.M. & Cotner J.B. Upper Midwest lakes are supersaturated with N2 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (OA)
Mao C., Kou D., Chen L., Qin S., Zhang D., Peng Y., et al. Permafrost nitrogen status and its determinants on the Tibetan Plateau. Global Change Biology.
Weigel B.L., Welter J.R. & Furey P.C. Invertebrate grazing and epilithon assemblages control benthic nitrogen fixation in an N-limited river network. Freshwater Science.
Wu Z., Zou R., Jiang Q., Elser J.J., Zhao L., Ye R., et al. What maintains seasonal nitrogen limitation in hyper-eutrophic Lake Dianchi? Insights from stoichiometric three-dimensional numerical modeling. Aquatic Sciences.
Ye S., Sivapalan M. & Ran Q. Synergistic impacts of rainfall variability and land use heterogeneity on nitrate retention in river networks: exacerbation or compensation? Water Resources Research.
Asano Y., Kawasaki M., Saito T., Haraguchi R., Takatoku K., Saiki M., et al. An increase in specific discharge with catchment area implies that bedrock infiltration feeds large rather than small mountain headwater streams. Water Resources Research.
Zhang W. & Mehrabian A. Poroelastic Solution for the Nonlinear Injectivity of Subsurface Rocks with Strain-Induced Permeability Variations. Water Resources Research.
Zulfiqar B., Vogel H., Ding Y., Golmohammadi S., Küchler M., Reuter D., et al. The impact of wettability and surface roughness on fluid displacement and capillary trapping in 2D- and 3D-porous media: Part 2: Combined effect of wettability, surface roughness, and pore space structure on trapping efficiency in sand packs and micromode. Water Resources Research.
Borics G., Abonyi A., Salmaso N. & Ptacnik R. Freshwater phytoplankton diversity: models, drivers and implications for ecosystem properties. Hydrobiologia. (OA)
da Silva I.G., Pelicice F.M. & Rodrigues L.C. Loss of phytoplankton functional and taxonomic diversity induced by river regulation in a large tropical river. Hydrobiologia.
Freeman E.C., Creed I.F., Jones B. & Bergström A.-K. Global changes may be promoting a rise in select cyanobacteria in nutrient-poor northern lakes. Global Change Biology.
Giblin S.M. & Gerrish G.A. Environmental factors controlling phytoplankton dynamics in a large floodplain river with emphasis on cyanobacteria. River Research and Applications.
Kruk C., Devercelli M. & Huszar V.L. Reynolds Functional Groups: a trait-based pathway from patterns to predictions. Hydrobiologia.
Matson P.G., Boyer G.L., Bridgeman T.B., Bullerjahn G.S., Kane D.D., McKay R.M.L., et al. Physical drivers facilitating a toxigenic cyanobacterial bloom in a major Great Lakes tributary. Limnology and Oceanography. (OA)
Oleksy I.A., Beck W.S., Lammers R.W., Steger C.E., Wilson C., Christianson K., et al. The role of warm, dry summers and variation in snowpack on phytoplankton dynamics in mountain lakes. Ecology.
Ozersky T., Nakov T., Hampton S.E., Rodenhouse N.L., Woo K.H., Shchapov K., et al. Hot and sick? Impacts of warming and a parasite on the dominant zooplankter of Lake Baikal. Limnology and Oceanography.
Padisák J. & Naselli-Flores L. Phytoplankton in extreme environments: importance and consequences of habitat permanency. Hydrobiologia. (OA)
Smucker N.J., Pilgrim E.M., Nietch C.T., Darling J.A. & Johnson B.R. DNA metabarcoding effectively quantifies diatom responses to nutrients in streams. Ecological Applications. (OA)
Abdolghafoorian A. & Farhadi L. LIDA: a Land Integrated Data Assimilation Framework for Mapping Land Surface Heat and Evaporative Fluxes by Assimilating Space-Borne Soil Moisture and Land Surface Temperature. Water Resources Research.
Kissel A.M., Halabisky M., Scherer R.D., Ryan M.E. & Hansen E.C. Expanding wetland hydroperiod data via satellite imagery for ecological applications. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
Bertoldi W. & Gurnell A.M. Physical engineering of an island-braided river by two riparian tree species: Evidence from aerial images and airborne lidar. River Research and Applications.
Nallaperuma B. & Asaeda T. The long-term legacy of riparian vegetation in a hydrogeomorphologically remodelled fluvial setting. River Research and Applications.
Webb R.W., Raleigh M.S., McGrath D., Molotch N.P., Elder K., Hiemstra C., et al. Within-Stand Boundary Effects of Snow Water Equivalent Distribution in Forested Areas. Water Resources Research.
Bright C.E. & Mager S.M. A national-scale study of spatial variability in the relationship between turbidity and suspended sediment concentration and sediment properties. River Research and Applications.