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New Articles for May 4 - 10

Monday, May 11, 2020
Elizabeth "Bizzy" Berg

New Articles May 4 - 11


Mokany, K., S. Ferrier, T. D. Harwood, C. Ware, M. Di Marco, H. S. Grantham, O. Venter, A. J. Hoskins, and J. E. M. Watson. Reconciling global priorities for conserving biodiversity habitat. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117:9906 LP – 9911.


Lovelock, C. E., R. Reef, J. A. Raven, and J. M. Pandolfi. Regional variation in δ13C of coral reef macroalgae. Limnology and Oceanography.


Rojo, J. H., P. Rodríguez, and C. C. Boy. Morphological differentiation in the widespread fish Galaxias maculatus: do darker environments imply bigger eyes? Hydrobiologia.

Tigan, G., W. Mulvaney, L. Ellison, A. Schultz, and T.-C. Hung. Effects of light and turbidity on feeding, growth, and survival of larval Delta Smelt (Hypomesus transpacificus, Actinopterygii, Osmeridae). Hydrobiologia.

Invasive Species

Sepulveda, A. J., N. M. Nelson, C. L. Jerde, and G. Luikart. Are Environmental DNA Methods Ready for Aquatic Invasive Species Management? Trends in Ecology & Evolution.


Deshpande, A., and N. L. Thakur. Progression of regeneration in demosponge Cinachyrella cf cavernosa based on wound location. Hydrobiologia.

Nakamura, K., J. Cañete, D. Vijuesca, N. Guillén, C. Sosa, F. Mesquita-Joanes, R. Sousa, E. Ginés, and V. Sorribas. Sensitivity of Pseudunio auricularius to metals and ammonia: first evaluation. Hydrobiologia.

Niedrist, G. H., and L. Füreder. Real-time warming of alpine streams: (re)defining invertebrates’ temperature preferences. River Research and Applications.

Pellegrini, T. G., L. D. B. Faria, and R. L. Ferreira. Temporal diversity patterns of benthic insects in subterranean streams: a case study in Brazilian quartzite caves. Hydrobiologia.


Andersen, T. K., A. Nielsen, E. Jeppesen, F. Hu, K. Bolding, Z. Liu, M. Søndergaard, L. S. Johansson, and D. Trolle. Predicting ecosystem state changes in shallow lakes using an aquatic ecosystem model: Lake Hinge, Denmark, an example. Ecological Applications.


Bellay, S., E. F. de Oliveira, M. Almeida-Neto, and R. M. Takemoto. Ectoparasites are more vulnerable to host extinction than co-occurring endoparasites: evidence from metazoan parasites of freshwater and marine fishes. Hydrobiologia.


Schmid-Araya, J. M., P. E. Schmid, N. Majdi, and W. Traunspurger. Biomass and production of freshwater meiofauna: a review and a new allometric model. Hydrobiologia.


Oakes, J. M., P. M. Riekenberg, and B. D. Eyre. Assimilation and short-term processing of microphytobenthos nitrogen in intertidal sediments. Limnology and Oceanography.


Gerson, J., E. Moore, L. Naslund, J. Rocca, and M. Simonin. Chemistry of streams draining mined and unmined watersheds in the mountaintop mined landscape of Central Appalachia, USA. Ecology:e03093.


Bernardino, A. F., C. J. Sanders, L. B. Bissoli, L. E. de O. Gomes, J. B. Kauffman, and T. O. Ferreira. Land use impacts on benthic bioturbation potential and carbon burial in Brazilian mangrove ecosystems. Limnology and Oceanography.

Martinou, A. F., S. M. Schäfer, R. Bueno Mari, I. Angelidou, K. Erguler, J. Fawcett, M. Ferraguti, R. Foussadier, T. V Gkotsi, C. F. Martinos, M. Schäfer, F. Schaffner, J. M. Peyton, B. V Purse, D. J. Wright, and H. E. Roy. A call to arms: Setting the framework for a code of practice for mosquito management in European wetlands. Journal of Applied Ecology.