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New Articles for May 3-9, 2021

Monday, May 10, 2021
Ashlynn Boedecker


New Articles for May 3-9, 2021


AQUATIC SPECIFIC (41): Aquatic Ecology (1), Aquatic Sciences (3), Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (3), Freshwater Biology (3), Freshwater Science (3), Journal of Great Lakes Research (4), Hydrobiologia (9), Limnology and Oceanography (6), Limnology and Oceanography Letters (2), River Research Applications (3), Water Resources Research (4)

BROAD-BASED (3): Ecology (3)

OA = Open Access



Martínez, A., G. García-Gómez, Á. García-Herrero, N. Sánchez, F. Pardos, A. Izquierdo-Muñoz, D. Fontaneto, and S. Mammola. 2021. Habitat differences filter functional diversity of low dispersive microscopic animals (Acari, Halacaridae). Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04586-x



Bukaveckas, P. A. 2021. Changes in acidity, DOC, and water clarity of Adirondack lakes over a 30-year span. Aquat. Sci. 83: 50. doi:10.1007/s00027-021-00807-6

Ejarque, E., K. Scholz, G. Wohlfahrt, T. J. Battin, M. J. Kainz, and J. Schelker. 2021. Hydrology controls the carbon mass balance of a mountain lake in the eastern European Alps. Limnol. Oceanogr. doi: (OA)

Iannino, A., A. T. L. Vosshage, M. Weitere, and P. Fink. 2021. Effects of phosphorus enrichment on the spatial heterogeneity of stream periphyton under uneven light conditions. Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04591-0 (OA)

Lürig, M. D., A. Narwani, H. Penson, B. Wehrli, P. Spaak, and B. Matthews. 2021. Non-additive effects of foundation species determine the response of aquatic ecosystems to nutrient perturbation. Ecology. doi:

Myrstener, E., S. Ninnes, C. Meyer-Jacob, T. Mighall, and R. Bindler. 2021. Long-term development and trajectories of inferred lake-water organic carbon and pH in naturally acidic boreal lakes. Limnol. Oceanogr. doi: (OA)



Chalde, T., and F. M. Llompart. 2021. Fish distribution in a southern Patagonian river invaded by Chinook salmon. Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04603-z

Pagano, J. J., A. J. Garner, B. Weidel, D. J. McGoldrick, M. Walsh, and T. M. Holsen. 2021. Legacy contaminant-stable isotope-age relationships in Lake Ontario year-class Alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus). J. Great Lakes Res. doi:



Basheer, M. 2021. Cooperative operation of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam reduces Nile riverine floods. River Res. Appl. doi: (OA)

Neal, J., L. Hawker, J. Savage, M. Durand, P. Bates, and C. Sampson. 2021. Estimating river channel bathymetry in large scale flood inundation models. Water Resour. Res. doi:

Stunkle, C. R., A. T. Davidson, W. J. Shuart, M. W. McCoy, and J. R. Vonesh. 2021. Taxa-specific responses to flooding shape patterns of abundance in river rock pools. Freshw. Sci. doi:10.1086/714597 (OA)


Food Webs

Nelson, B. W., S. F. Pearson, J. H. Anderson, and others. 2021. Variation in predator diet and prey size affects perceived impacts to salmon species of high conservation concern. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2020-0300

Su, H., Y. Feng, J. Chen, J. Chen, S. Ma, J. Fang, and P. Xie. 2021. Determinants of trophic cascade strength in freshwater ecosystems: a global analysis. Ecology. doi:


Gas Dynamics

D’Ambrosio, S. L., and J. A. Harrison. 2021. Methanogenesis exceeds CH4 consumption in eutrophic lake sediments. Limnol. Oceanogr. Lett. doi: (OA)

Praetzel, L. S. E., M. Schmiedeskamp, and K.-H. Knorr. 2021. Temperature and sediment properties drive spatiotemporal variability of methane ebullition in a small and shallow temperate lake. Limnol. Oceanogr. doi: (OA)

Schmiedeskamp, M., L. S. E. Praetzel, D. Bastviken, and K.-H. Knorr. 2021. Whole-lake methane emissions from two temperate shallow lakes with fluctuating water levels: Relevance of spatiotemporal patterns. Limnol. Oceanogr. doi: (OA)



Troin, M., R. Arsenault, A. W. Wood, F. Brissette, and J.-L. Martel. 2021. Generating ensemble streamflow forecasts:A review of methods and approaches over the past 40 years. Water Resour. Res. doi:



Civitello, D. J., and R. B. Hartman. 2021. Size-asymmetric competition among snails disrupts production of human-infectious Schistosoma mansoni cercariae. Ecology. doi:

Kornijów, R., K. Pawlikowski, L. A. Błędzki, A. Drgas, K. Piwosz, A. Ameryk, and J. Całkiewicz. 2021. Co-occurrence and potential resource partitioning between oligochaetes and chironomid larvae in a sediment depth gradient. Aquat. Sci. 83: 51. doi:10.1007/s00027-021-00800-z (OA)

Marques, N. C. S., K. J. Jankowski, M. N. Macedo, L. Juen, A. Luiza-Andrade, and L. A. Deegan. 2021. Riparian forests buffer the negative effects of cropland on macroinvertebrate diversity in lowland Amazonian streams. Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04604-y

Scharold, J. V, and T. D. Corry. 2021. Status of the amphipod Diporeia spp. in Lake Superior, 2006–2016. J. Great Lakes Res. doi:

Wang, Q., X. Li, T. Yan, J. Song, R. Yu, and M. Zhou. 2021. Detrimental impact of hypoxia on the mortality, growth, reproduction, and enzyme activities of planktonic mysid Neomysis awatschensis. Aquat. Ecol. doi:10.1007/s10452-021-09864-3

Wonglersak, R., P. B. Fenberg, P. G. Langdon, S. J. Brooks, and B. W. Price. 2021. Insect body size changes under future warming projections: a case study of Chironomidae (Insecta: Diptera). Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04597-8 (OA)

Żbikowski, J., E. Żbikowska, and J. Kobak. 2021. The presence of fine sand in the muddy sediments affects habitat selection and accelerates the growth rate of Limnodrilus hoffmeisteri and Limnodrilus claparedianus (Oligochaeta). Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04595-w (OA)



Van Onsem, S., and L. Triest. 2021. Trading offspring for survival: high duckweed cover decreases reproductive potential and stimulates elongation in the submerged macrophyte Chara globularis Thuillier. Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04577-y (OA)



Dey, C. J., A. I. Rego, M. J. Bradford, and others. 2021. Research priorities for the management of freshwater fish habitat in Canada. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2021-0002

Hanna, D. E. L., B. Lehner, Z. E. Taranu, C. T. Solomon, and E. M. Bennett. 2021. The relationship between watershed protection and water quality: The case of Québec, Canada. Freshw. Sci. doi:10.1086/714598



Aho, K. S., J. D. Hosen, L. A. Logozzo, W. R. McGillis, and P. A. Raymond. 2021. Highest rates of gross primary productivity maintained despite CO2 depletion in a temperate river network. Limnol. Oceanogr. Lett. doi: (OA)



Clements, W. H., D. B. Herbst, M. I. Hornberger, C. A. Mebane, and T. M. Short. 2021. Long-term monitoring reveals convergent patterns of recovery from mining contamination across 4 western US watersheds. Freshw. Sci. doi:10.1086/714575



Fisher, T. G., S. J. DeVries-Zimmerman, E. C. Hansen, J. A. Wolin, K. Lepper, and T. Spanbauer. 2021. Drought coincident with aeolian activity in a Great Lakes coastal dune setting during the Algoma Phase (3.1–2.4 ka), southwest Michigan. J. Great Lakes Res. doi:



Bergbusch, N. T., N. M. Hayes, G. L. Simpson, and P. R. Leavitt. 2021. Unexpected shift from phytoplankton to periphyton in eutrophic streams due to wastewater influx. Limnol. Oceanogr. doi: (OA)

Kamjunke, N., M. Rode, M. Baborowski, J. V. Kunz, J. Zehner, D. Borchardt, and M. Weitere. 2021. High irradiation and low discharge promote the dominant role of phytoplankton in riverine nutrient dynamics. Limnol. Oceanogr. doi: (OA)

Lind, P. R., F. S. Osburn, A. R. Dzialowski, and P. D. Jeyasingh. 2021. Variation in iron and its potential relevance to phytoplankton ecology in Oklahoma reservoirs. Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04592-z



Lin, S., L. Boegman, R. Valipour, D. Bouffard, J. D. Ackerman, and Y. Zhao. 2021. Three-dimensional modeling of sediment resuspension in a large shallow lake. J. Great Lakes Res. doi:



Musial, K. A., C. Prater, S. B. Watson, P. C. Frost, and M. A. Xenopoulos. 2021. Lipid bound phosphorus in the seston of Lake Erie and its tributaries and its use as an indicator of algal P-limitation. Aquat. Sci. 83: 49. doi:10.1007/s00027-021-00806-7


Stream/River Dynamics

Marshall, A., E. Iskin, and E. Wohl. 2021. Seasonal and diurnal fluctuations of coarse particulate organic matter transport in a snowmelt-dominated stream. River Res. Appl. doi:

Martins, I., D. R. Macedo, R. M. Hughes, and M. Callisto. 2021. Major risks to aquatic biotic condition in a Neotropical Savanna River basin. River Res. Appl. doi:

De Santis, D., D. Biondi, W. T. Crow, S. Camici, S. Modanesi, L. Brocca, and C. Massari. 2021. Assimilation of Satellite Soil Moisture Products for River Flow Prediction: An Extensive Experiment in over 700 Catchments throughout Europe. Water Resour. Res. doi:

Sutfin, N. A., E. Wohl, T. Fegel, N. Day, and L. Lynch. 2021. Logjams and channel morphology influence sediment storage, transformation of organic matter, and carbon storage within mountain stream corridors. Water Resour. Res. doi:



Anderson, T. L., J. J. Burkhart, and J. M. Davenport. 2021. Asymmetric density-dependent competition and predation between larval salamanders. Freshw. Biol. doi:



Diniz, L. P., D. K. Petsch, and C. C. Bonecker. 2021. Zooplankton β diversity dynamics and metacommunity structure depend on spatial and temporal scales in a Neotropical floodplain. Freshw. Biol. doi:

Liu, Y., M. Tackx, A. Dauta, F. Julien, and E. Buffan-Dubau. 2021. Rotifers stimulate the specific uptake rate in lotic phototrophic biofilms. Freshw. Biol. doi:

Meyer, G. A., K. Westbury, and W. A. Nelson. 2021. Partial diel vertical migration over strong environmental gradients structured by physiology, not adult size or genotype, in a freshwater zooplankton. Hydrobiologia. doi:10.1007/s10750-021-04596-9

Wilson, S. M., M. P. Corsi, D. H. Brandt, and E. J. Stark. 2021. The response of Daphnia to nutrient additions and kokanee abundance in Dworshak Reservoir, Idaho. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2020-0427