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New Articles March 5-11

Monday, March 12, 2018
Allyn Dodd
Katherine O'Reilly

New Articles March 5-11

Freshwater-specific journals (6) : Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, Limnology and Oceanography Research, Marine and Freshwater Research, River Research and Applications

Broad-based journals (4): Ecology, Ecology Letters, Journal of Applied Ecology, Trends in Ecology and Evolution


Algal Ecology

Feki-Sahnoun, W., A. Hamza, B. Béjaoui, M. Mahfoudi, A. Rebai, and M. Bel Hassen. Multi-table approach to assess the biogeography of phytoplankton: ecological and management implications. Hydrobiologia.

Leruste, A., S. Villéger, N. Malet, R. De Wit, and B. Bec. Complementarity of the multidimensional functional and the taxonomic approaches to study phytoplankton communities in three Mediterranean coastal lagoons of different trophic status. Hydrobiologia.

Thomas, M. K., Fontana, S., Reyes, M., Kehoe, M., & Pomati, F. The predictability of a lake phytoplankton community, over time-scales of hours to years. Ecology Letters.


Raymond, P. A., and S. K. Hamilton. Anthropogenic influences on riverine fluxes of dissolved inorganic carbon to the oceans. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.

Community Ecology

Roden, V. J., Kocsis, Á. T., Zuschin, M., & Kiessling, W. Reliable estimates of beta diversity with incomplete sampling. Ecology.


Lynch, D. T., D. R. Leasure, and D. D. Magoulick. The influence of drought on flow-ecology relationships in Ozark Highland streams. Freshwater Biology.

Ball, E. E., D. E. Smith, E. J. Anderson, J. D. Skufca, and M. R. Twiss. Water velocity modeling can delineate nearshore and main channel plankton environments in a large river. Hydrobiologia.

Schorg, A. J., and S. P. Romano. Shallow and deep water aquatic vegetation potential for a midlatitude pool of the Upper Mississippi River System with drawdown. River Research and Applications.


Medina, I., Cooke, G. M., & Ord, T. J. Walk, swim or fly? Locomotor mode predicts genetic differentiation in vertebrates. Ecology Letters.


Danner, K. M., M. A. Mave, A. H. Sawyer, S. Lee, and J. Lee. Removal of the algal toxin microcystin-LR in permeable coastal sediments: Physical and numerical models. Limnology and Oceanography.

Fish Ecology

Gerig, B. S., Chaloner, D. T., Janetski, D. J., Moerke, A. H., Rediske, R. R., O’Keefe, J. P., … Lamberti, G. A. Environmental context and contaminant biotransport by Pacific salmon interact to mediate the bioaccumulation of contaminants by stream-resident fish. Journal of Applied Ecology.

Goto, D., M. J. Hamel, M. A. Pegg, J. J. Hammen, M. L. Rugg, and V. E. Forbes. Spatially dynamic maternal control of migratory fish recruitment pulses triggered by shifting seasonal cues. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Lisi, P. J., E. S. Childress, R. B. Gagne, E. F. Hain, B. A. Lamphere, R. P. Walter, J. D. Hogan, J. F. Gilliam, M. J. Blum, and P. B. McIntyre. Overcoming urban stream syndrome: Trophic flexibility confers resilience in a Hawaiian stream fish. Freshwater Biology.

Parolini, M., R. Iacobuzio, C. D. Possenti, B. Bassano, R. Pennati, and N. Saino. Carotenoid-based skin coloration signals antioxidant defenses in the brown trout (Salmo trutta). Hydrobiologia.

Santos, A. F. G. N., E. García-Berthou, C. Hayashi, and L. N. Santos. Water turbidity increases biotic resistance of native Neotropical piscivores to alien fish. Hydrobiologia.

Invasive Species

Duchini, D., D. Boltovskoy, and F. Sylvester. The invasive freshwater bivalve Limnoperna fortunei in South America: multiannual changes in its predation and effects on associated benthic invertebrates. Hydrobiologia.

Nackley, L. L., West, A. G., Skowno, A. L., & Bond, W. J. Questioning the Alienation of Native Species from Invasion Ecology: A Reply to Tong et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

Management and Conservation

Anderson, N. O., L. Jocienė, E. Krokaitė, T. Rekašius, A. Paulauskas, and E. Kupčinskienė. Genetic diversity of phalaris arundinacea populations in relation to river regulation in the Merkys basin, Lithuania. River Research and Applications.

Bennett, J. R., Maxwell, S. L., Martin, A. E., Chadès, I., Fahrig, L., & Gilbert, B. When to monitor and when to act: Value of information theory for multiple management units and limited budgets. Journal of Applied Ecology.

L’Abée-Lund, J. H., and J. Otero. Hydropeaking in small hydropower in Norway—Compliance with license conditions? River Research and Applications.

Microbial Ecology

da Silva Brito, M. T., P. J. Duarte-Neto, and R. J. R. Molica. Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii and Microcystis aeruginosa competing under different conditions of pH and inorganic carbon. Hydrobiologia.

Multiple Stressors

Broughton, R. J., I. D. Marsden, J. V Hill, and C. N. Glover. Interactive effects of hypoxia and dissolved nutrients on the physiology and biochemistry of the freshwater crayfish Paranephrops zealandicus. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Karaouzas, I., C. Theodoropoulos, L. Vardakas, E. Kalogianni, and N. Th. Skoulikidis. A review of the effects of pollution and water scarcity on the stream biota of an intermittent Mediterranean basin. River Research and Applications.

Moreno-Marín, F., F. G. Brun, and M. F. Pedersen. Additive response to multiple environmental stressors in the seagrass Zostera marina L. Limnology and Oceanography.

Water Quality

Jones, S., N. K. Carrasco, A. Vosloo, and R. Perissinotto. Impacts of turbidity on an epibiotic ciliate in the St Lucia Estuary, South Africa. Hydrobiologia.

Jones, N. E., and B. J. Schmidt. Thermal regime metrics and quantifying their uncertainty for North American streams. River Research and Applications.