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New Articles March 11 - 17

Monday, March 18, 2019
Elizabeth (Bizzy) Berg

New Articles March 11 - 17


Dornelas, M., N. J. Gotelli, H. Shimadzu, F. Moyes, A. E. Magurran, and B. J. McGill. A balance of winners and losers in the Anthropocene. Ecology Letters.


Chang, B. X., A. Jayakumar, B. Widner, P. Bernhardt, C. W. Mordy, M. R. Mulholland, and B. B. Ward. Low rates of dinitrogen fixation in the eastern tropical South Pacific. Limnology and Oceanography.


Hays, G. C., H. Bailey, S. J. Bograd, W. D. Bowen, C. Campagna, R. H. Carmichael, P. Casale, A. Chiaradia, D. P. Costa, E. Cuevas, P. J. Nico de Bruyn, M. P. Dias, C. M. Duarte, D. C. Dunn, P. H. Dutton, N. Esteban, A. Friedlaender, K. T. Goetz, B. J. Godley, P. N. Halpin, M. Hamann, N. Hammerschlag, R. Harcourt, A.-L. Harrison, E. L. Hazen, M. R. Heupel, E. Hoyt, N. E. Humphries, C. Y. Kot, J. S. E. Lea, H. Marsh, S. M. Maxwell, C. R. McMahon, G. Notarbartolo di Sciara, D. M. Palacios, R. A. Phillips, D. Righton, G. Schofield, J. A. Seminoff, C. A. Simpfendorfer, D. W. Sims, A. Takahashi, M. J. Tetley, M. Thums, P. N. Trathan, S. Villegas-Amtmann, R. S. Wells, S. D. Whiting, N. E. Wildermann, and A. M. M. Sequeira. Translating Marine Animal Tracking Data into Conservation Policy and Management. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

Environmental Law

Chapron, G., Y. Epstein, and J. V. López-Bao. A rights revolution for nature. Science:eaav5601.


Felpeto, A. B., S. Śliwińska-Wilczewska, M. Klin, Z. Konarzewska, and V. Vasconcelos. Temperature-dependent impacts of allelopathy on growth, pigment, and lipid content between a subpolar strain of Synechocystis sp. CCBA MA-01 and coexisting microalgae. Hydrobiologia.


Dugo-Cota, Á., C. Vilà, A. Rodríguez, and A. Gonzalez-Voyer. Ecomorphological convergence in Eleutherodactylus frogs: a case of replicate radiations in the Caribbean. Ecology Letters.


Borba, C. S., J. D. Latini, M. T. Baumgartner, L. C. Gomes, and A. A. Agostinho. Short-term effects in a reduced flow stretch: The case of the Antas River in South Brazil. River Research and Applications.

Scheingross, J. S., M. P. Lamb, and B. M. Fuller. Self-formed bedrock waterfalls. Nature 567:229–233.


Trottier, G., H. Embke, K. Turgeon, C. Solomon, C. Nozais, and I. Gregory-Eaves. Macroinvertebrate abundance is lower in temperate reservoirs with higher winter drawdown. Hydrobiologia.


Gallagher, C. P., C. M. Morrison, E. V Lea, N. M. Halden, and K. L. Howland. Growth and reproductive characteristics of rarely observed resident female Dolly Varden (Salvelinus malma malma) in North America. Hydrobiologia.

Grabowska, J., G. Zięba, M. Przybylski, and C. Smith. The role of intraspecific competition in the dispersal of an invasive fish. Freshwater Biology.

Hanache, P., T. Spataro, C. Firmat, N. Boyer, P. Fonseca, and V. Médoc. Noise-induced reduction in the attack rate of a planktivorous freshwater fish revealed by functional response analysis. Freshwater Biology.

Ke, S., Z. Li, Z. Jiang, E. Goerig, B. Kynard, D. Liu, and X. Shi. Effect of a vertical half cylinder on swimming of silver carp, Hypophthalmichthys molitrix: Implications for microhabitat restoration and fishway design. River Research and Applications.

Liu, Y., Y. Wang, Q. Zhu, Y. Li, B. Kang, L. Chu, and Y. Yan. Effects of low-head dams on fish assemblages in subtropical streams: Context dependence on species category and data type. River Research and Applications.

Mkuna, E., and L. J. S. Baiyegunhi. Determinants of Nile perch (Lates niloticus) overfishing and its intensity in Lake Victoria, Tanzania: a double-hurdle model approach. Hydrobiologia.

Food Webs

Arantes, C. C., K. O. Winemiller, M. Petrere, and C. E. C. Freitas. Spatial variation in aquatic food webs in the Amazon River floodplain. Freshwater Science.

Friesen, O. C., S. Goellner, R. Poulin, and C. Lagrue. Parasite infection reduces predation risk by dragonfly larvae in crustacean prey. Hydrobiologia.

Tierno de Figueroa, J. M., M. J. López-Rodríguez, and M. Villar-Argaiz. Spatial and seasonal variability in the trophic role of aquatic insects: An assessment of functional feeding group applicability. Freshwater Biology.

Whorley, S. B., N. J. Smucker, A. Kuhn, and J. D. Wehr. Urbanisation alters fatty acids in stream food webs. Freshwater Biology.

Marine Ecology

Carrasco, T. S., S. Botta, R. Machado, P. C. Simões-Lopes, O. Carvalho-Junior, P. H. Ott, E. P. Colares, and E. R. Secchi. Isotopic niche of the Neotropical otter, Lontra longicaudis (Carnivora, Mustelidae), in different coastal aquatic systems in southern Brazil. Hydrobiologia.

Schälicke, S., L.-Y. Sobisch, D. Martin-Creuzburg, and A. Wacker. Food quantity–quality co-limitation: Interactive effects of dietary carbon and essential lipid supply on population growth of a freshwater rotifer. Freshwater Biology.

Simon-Lledó, E., B. J. Bett, V. A. I. Huvenne, T. Schoening, N. M. A. Benoist, and D. O. B. Jones. Ecology of a polymetallic nodule occurrence gradient: Implications for deep-sea mining. Limnology and Oceanography.

Microbial Ecology

Dai, Y., J. Wu, F. Zhong, N. Cui, L. Kong, W. Liang, and S. Cheng. Macrophyte identity shapes water column and sediment bacterial community. Hydrobiologia.

Misic, C., and A. Covazzi Harriague. Development of marine biofilm on plastic: ecological features in different seasons, temperatures, and light regimes. Hydrobiologia.

Secondary Production

Huryn, A. D., and J. P. Benstead. Seasonal changes in light availability modify the temperature dependence of secondary production in an arctic stream. Ecology:e02690.

Water Quality

MacNeil, C. Differences in the abilities of native and invasive amphipods to tolerate poor water quality and recolonise degraded habitats. Hydrobiologia.

Weber, M., B. Boehrer, and K. Rinke. Minimizing environmental impact whilst securing drinking water quantity and quality demands from a reservoir. River Research and Applications.

Yang, S., X. Pan, C. Sun, S. Shang, C. Zhang, C. S. Zhao, B. Dong, and Z. Zhang. Analysing the ecological niche of water quality of key species in the aquatic ecosystem in Jinan City. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Jeffrey, L. C., D. T. Maher, S. G. Johnston, B. P. Kelaher, A. Steven, and D. R. Tait. Wetland methane emissions dominated by plant-mediated fluxes: Contrasting emissions pathways and seasons within a shallow freshwater subtropical wetland. Limnology and Oceanography.


Davis, C., M. C. Lohan, R. Tuerena, E. Cerdan-Garcia, E. M. S. Woodward, A. Tagliabue, and C. Mahaffey. Diurnal variability in alkaline phosphatase activity and the potential role of zooplankton. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.

Haberlin, D., R. Raine, R. McAllen, and T. K. Doyle. Distinct gelatinous zooplankton communities across a dynamic shelf sea. Limnology and Oceanography.