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New Articles May 6-13

Monday, May 14, 2018
Allyn Dodd
Katherine O'Reilly

New Articles May 6-13

Freshwater-specific journals (2): Hydrobiologia, Marine and Freshwater Research

Broad-based journals (6): Ecology Letters, Nature, Oecologia, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Science, Trends in Ecology and Evolution


Ortega, J. C. G., S. M. Thomaz, and L. M. Bini. Experiments reveal that environmental heterogeneity increases species richness, but they are rarely designed to detect the underlying mechanisms. Oecologia.

Climate Change

Morris, P. J., G. T. Swindles, P. J. Valdes, R. F. Ivanovic, L. J. Gregoire, M. W. Smith, L. Tarasov, A. M. Haywood, and K. L. Bacon. Global peatland initiation driven by regionally asynchronous warming. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Community Ecology

Beaver, J. R., Kirsch, J. E., Tausz, C. E., Samples, E. E., Renicker, T. R., Scotese, K. C., … Casamatta, D. A. Long-term trends in seasonal plankton dynamics in Lake Mead (Nevada-Arizona, USA) and implications for climate change. Hydrobiologia.



Barneche, D. R., D. R. Robertson, C. R. White, and D. J. Marshall. Fish reproductive-energy output increases disproportionately with body size. Science.


Gil, M. A., A. M. Hein, O. Spiegel, M. L. Baskett, and A. Sih. Social Information Links Individual Behavior to Population and Community Dynamics. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

Gong, L., Shi, W., Yang, M., & Kong, X. Characterization of 18S-ITS1-5.8S rDNA in eleven species in Soleidae: implications for phylogenetic analysis. Hydrobiologia.

Singer, M. C., and C. Parmesan. Lethal trap created by adaptive evolutionary response to an exotic resource. Nature.


Fish Ecology

Hodge, J. R., C. Alim, N. G. Bertrand, W. Lee, S. A. Price, B. Tran, and P. C. Wainwright. Ecology shapes the evolutionary trade‐off between predator avoidance and defence in coral reef butterflyfishes. Ecology Letters.

Ratton, P., Ferreira, R. L., & Pompeu, P. S. Fish community of a small karstic Neotropical drainage and its relationship with the physical habitat. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Rojas Venegas, P. M., & Espinoza, C. D. Habitat suitability for Chilean silverside (Basilichthys microlepidotus) in the Mataquito River, Maule Region: a geospatial approach. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Food Webs

Yasuno, N., Sako, Y., Shikano, S., Shimada, T., Ashizawa, J., Fujimoto, Y., & Kikuchi, E. Hypoxia within macrophyte vegetation limits the use of methane-derived carbon by larval chironomids in a shallow temperate eutrophic lake. Hydrobiologia.


Bahir, M., Ouhamdouch, S., & Carreira, P. M. Isotopic and geochemical methods for studying water–rock interaction and recharge mode: application to the Cenomanian–Turonian and Plio-Quaternary aquifers of Essaouira Basin, Morocco. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Invasive Species

Bertelsmeier, C., and L. Keller. Bridgehead Effects and Role of Adaptive Evolution in Invasive Populations. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

Havel, J. E., Thomaz, S. M., Kats, L. B., Kovalenko, K. E., & Santos, L. N. Preface. Hydrobiologia.


Buczyńska, E., Szlauer-Łukaszewska, A., Czachorowski, S., & Buczyński, P. Human impact on large rivers: the influence of groynes of the River Oder on larval assemblages of caddisflies (Trichoptera). Hydrobiologia.

Population Ecology

Spies, I., L. Hauser, P. E. Jorde, H. Knutsen, A. E. Punt, L. A. Rogers, and N. C. Stenseth. Inferring genetic connectivity in real populations, exemplified by coastal and oceanic Atlantic cod. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Predator-Prey Interactions

Creel, S. The control of risk hypothesis: reactive vs. proactive antipredator responses and stress‐mediated vs. food‐mediated costs of response. Ecology Letters.