Freshwater-Based Journals (7): Freshwater Biology (5), Hydrobiologia (4), Limnology and Oceanography (6), River Research and Applications (1), Journal of Freshwater Ecology (1), Marine and Freshwater Research (6), Limnology and Oceanography Letters (1).
Broad-Based Journals (2): Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (1), Journal of Applied Ecology (1).
Yang S.L., Luo X., Temmerman S., Kirwan M., Bouma T., Xu K., et al. Role of delta-front erosion in sustaining salt marshes under sea-level rise and fluvial sediment decline. Limnology and Oceanography.
Chojnacki K.A., Erwin S.O., George A.E., Candrl J.S., Jacobson R.B. & DeLonay A.J. Physical characteristics and simulated transport of pallid sturgeon and shovelnose sturgeon eggs. Journal of Freshwater Ecology.
Sabel M., Eckmann R., Jeppesen E., Rösch R. & Straile D. Long-term changes in littoral fish community structure and resilience of total catch to re-oligotrophication in a large, peri-alpine European lake. Freshwater Biology.
Rosas K.G., Colón-Gaud C. & Ramírez A. Trophic basis of production in tropical headwater streams, Puerto Rico: an assessment of the importance of allochthonous resources in fueling food webs. Hydrobiologia.
Foster N.R., Gillanders B.M., Jones A.R., Young J.M. & Waycott M. A muddy time capsule: using sediment environmental DNA for the long-term monitoring of coastal vegetated ecosystems. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Crespo-Pérez V., Dangles O., Ibarra C., Espinosa R., Andino P., Jacobsen D., et al. Functional structure and diversity of invertebrate communities in a glacierised catchment of the tropical Andes. Freshwater Biology.
Mathers K.L., White J.C., Fornaroli R. & Chadd R. Flow regimes control the establishment of invasive crayfish and alter their effects on lotic macroinvertebrate communities. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Howard-Parker B., White B., Halvorson H.M. & Evans-White M.A. Light and dissolved nutrients mediate recalcitrant organic matter decomposition via microbial priming in experimental streams. Freshwater Biology.
Williamson C.J., Cook J., Tedstone A., Yallop M., McCutcheon J., Poniecka E., et al. Algal photophysiology drives darkening and melt of the Greenland Ice Sheet. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
da Silva Mourão J., Baracho R.L., Martel G., Barboza R.R.D. & de Faria Lopes S. Local ecological knowledge of shellfish collectors in an extractivist reserve, Northeast Brazil: implications for co-management. Hydrobiologia.
Hyvärinen H.S.H., Chowdhury M.M.R. & Taskinen J. Pulsed flow-through cultivation of Margaritifera margaritifera: Effects of water source and food quantity on the survival and growth of juveniles. Hydrobiologia.
Bastias E., Ribot M., Bernal S., Sabater F. & Martí E. Microbial uptake of nitrogen and carbon from the water column by litter-associated microbes differs among litter species. Limnology and Oceanography.
Kreuzburg M., Rezanezhad F., Milojevic T., Voss M., Gosch L., Liebner S., et al. Carbon release and transformation from coastal peat deposits controlled by submarine groundwater discharge: a column experiment study. Limnology and Oceanography.
Paerl R.W., Claudio I.M., Shields M.R., Bianchi T.S. & Osburn C.L. Dityrosine formation via reactive oxygen consumption yields increasingly recalcitrant humic-like fluorescent organic matter in the ocean. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.
Xu H., Zhao D., Zeng J., Jiao C., Yu Z. & Wu Q.L. Distinct successional patterns and processes of free-living and particle-attached bacterial communities throughout a phytoplankton bloom. Freshwater Biology.