New Articles for March 24 - 30
Park, B. S., and E. J. Buskey. The potential impact of bacterial communities exposed to crude oil and light on the growth of the harmful algal blooming species Karenia brevis (Dinophyceae). Marine and Freshwater Research.
Popendorf, K. J., M. Koblížek, and B. A. S. Van Mooy. Phospholipid turnover rates suggest that bacterial community growth rates in the open ocean are systematically underestimated. Limnology and Oceanography.
Matsubayashi, J., Y. Osada, K. Tadokoro, Y. Abe, A. Yamaguchi, K. Shirai, K. Honda, C. Yoshikawa, N. O. Ogawa, N. Ohkouchi, N. F. Ishikawa, T. Nagata, H. Miyamoto, S. Nishino, and I. Tayasu. Tracking long-distance migration of marine fishes using compound-specific stable isotope analysis of amino acids. Ecology Letters.
Fischer, A. D., K. Hayashi, A. McGaraghan, and R. M. Kudela. Return of the “age of dinoflagellates” in Monterey Bay: Drivers of dinoflagellate dominance examined using automated imaging flow cytometry and long-term time series analysis. Limnology and Oceanography.
Yano, T., S. Ohshimo, T. Sakai, and M. Yoda. Filling gaps in the biology and habitat use of two spurdog sharks (Squalus japonicus and Squalus brevirostris) in the East China Sea. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Stoichiometry and Nutrients
Manning, D. W. P., A. D. Rosemond, J. P. Benstead, P. M. Bumpers, and J. S. Kominoski. Transport of N and P in U.S. streams and rivers differs with land use and between dissolved and particulate forms. Ecological Applications.