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New Articles for June 8-15

Monday, June 15, 2020
Lauren Wisbrock

Freshwater-Based (6): Freshwater Biology (1), Hydrobiologia (9), Limnology and Oceanography (5), River Research and Applications (1), Marine and Freshwater Research (3), Limnology and Oceanography Letters (3).

Broad-Based (2): Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (1), Ecological Applications (1).




Barnett J.B., Michalis C., Anderson H.M., McEwen B.L., Yeager J., Pruitt J.N., et al. Imperfect transparency and camouflage in glass frogs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.



Carbon Cycling

Mariotti G., Elsey-Quirk T., Bruno G. & Valentine K. Mud-associated organic matter and its direct and indirect role in marsh organic matter accumulation and vertical accretion. Limnology and Oceanography.


Vachon D., Langenegger T., Donis D., Beaubien S.E. & McGinnis D.F. Methane emission offsets carbon dioxide uptake in a small productive lake. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.




Kellogg M.M., McIlvin M.R., Vedamati J., Twining B.S., Moffett J.W., Marchetti A., et al. Efficient zinc/cobalt inter-replacement in northeast Pacific diatoms and relationship to high surface dissolved Co : Zn ratios. Limnology and Oceanography.


Lengyel E., Szabó B. & Stenger-Kovács C. Realized ecological niche-based occupancy–abundance patterns of benthic diatom traits. Hydrobiologia.




Harrison-Day V., Prahalad V., Kirkpatrick J.B. & McHenry M. A systematic review of methods used to study fish in saltmarsh flats. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Pusey B.J., Jardine T.D., Beesley L.S., Kennard M.J., Ho T.W., Bunn S.E., et al. Carbon sources supporting Australia’s most widely distributed freshwater fish, Nematalosa erebi (Günther) (Clupeidae: Dorosomatinae). Marine and Freshwater Research.


Pusey B.J., Jardine T.D., Bunn S.E. & Douglas M.M. Sea catfishes (Ariidae) feeding on freshwater floodplains of northern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Sutela T., Vehanen T. & Jounela P. Longitudinal patterns of fish assemblages in European boreal streams. Hydrobiologia.



Food Webs

Ruuhijärvi J., Malinen T., Kuoppamäki K., Ala-Opas P. & Vinni M. Responses of food web to hypolimnetic aeration in Lake Vesijärvi. Hydrobiologia.



Invasive Species

Qin Z., Yang M., Zhang J.-E. & Deng Z. Effects of salinity on survival, growth and reproduction of the invasive aquatic snail Pomacea canaliculata (Gastropoda: Ampullariidae). Hydrobiologia.




Gething K.J. & Little S. The importance of artificial drains for macroinvertebrate biodiversity in reclaimed agricultural landscapes. Hydrobiologia.


Goss C.W., Sullivan S.M.P. & Goebel P.C. Effects of land-cover transitions on emerging aquatic insects and environmental characteristics of headwater streams in an agricultural catchment. River Research and Applications.




Biard T. & Ohman M.D. Vertical niche definition of test-bearing protists (Rhizaria) into the twilight zone revealed by in situ imaging. Limnology and Oceanography.


Dokulil M.T. & Qian K. Photosynthesis, carbon acquisition and primary productivity of phytoplankton: a review dedicated to Colin Reynolds. Hydrobiologia.


Pineda A., Iatskiu P., Jati S., Paula A.C.M., Zanco B.F., Bonecker C.C., et al. Damming reduced the functional richness and caused the shift to a new functional state of the phytoplankton in a subtropical region. Hydrobiologia.


Romero-Romero S., Ka’apu-Lyons C.A., Umhau B.P., Benitez-Nelson C.R., Hannides C.C.S., Close H.G., et al. Deep zooplankton rely on small particles when particle fluxes are low. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.


Salmaso N. & Tolotti M. Phytoplankton and anthropogenic changes in pelagic environments. Hydrobiologia.


Scofield A.E., Watkins J.M., Osantowski E. & Rudstam L.G. Deep chlorophyll maxima across a trophic state gradient: A case study in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Limnology and Oceanography.


van Leeuwe M.A., Webb A.L., Venables H.J., Visser R.J.W., Meredith M.P., Elzenga J.T.M., et al. Annual patterns in phytoplankton phenology in Antarctic coastal waters explained by environmental drivers. Limnology and Oceanography.


Wood S.A., Kelly L.T., Bouma-Gregson K., Humbert J.-F., Laughinghouse IV H.D., Lazorchak J., et al. Toxic benthic freshwater cyanobacterial proliferations: Challenges and solutions for enhancing knowledge and improving monitoring and mitigation. Freshwater Biology.




Sarvala J., Helminen H. & Heikkilä J. Invasive submerged macrophytes complicate management of a shallow boreal lake: a 42-year history of monitoring and restoration attempts in Littoistenjärvi, SW Finland. Hydrobiologia.


Zweig C.L., Newman S. & Saunders C.J. Applied use of alternate stable state modeling in restoration ecology. Ecological Applications.



Scientific Writing

Hotaling S. Simple rules for concise scientific writing. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.