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New Articles for November 12-18

Monday, November 18, 2019
Lauren Wisbrock

Freshwater-Based Journals (4): Hydrobiologia (8), Limnology and Oceanography (7), River Research and Applications (3), Marine and Freshwater Research (3).

Broad-Based Journals (5): Nature (1), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (1), Ecology Letters (1), Oikos (1), Journal of Applied Ecology (1).


Ecosystem Function

Grether G.F., Drury J.P., Okamoto K.W., McEachin S. & Anderson C.N. Predicting evolutionary responses to interspecific interference in the wild. Ecology Letters.


Salo T., Mattila J. & Eklöf J. Long-term warming affects ecosystem functioning through species turnover and intraspecific trait variation. Oikos.


Wahl M., Werner F.J., Buchholz B., Raddatz S., Graiff A., Matthiessen B., et al. Season affects strength and direction of the interactive impacts of ocean warming and biotic stress in a coastal seaweed ecosystem. Limnology and Oceanography.




Elgueta A., Thoms M.C., Górski K., Díaz G. & Habit E.M. Functional process zones and their fish communities in temperate Andean river networks. River Research and Applications.


Pereira H.R., Gomes L.F., Barbosa H. de O., Pelicice F.M., Nabout J.C., Teresa F.B., et al. Research on dams and fishes: determinants, directions, and gaps in the world scientific production. Hydrobiologia.


SriHari M., Gladston Y., Ajina S.M., Sreekanth G.B., Raghavan R. & Jaiswar A.K. Demographics of the endemic and threatened small cyprinid Pethia setnai from the Northern Western Ghats, India. Marine and Freshwater Research.



Freshwater Storage

Farinotti D., Round V., Huss M., Compagno L. & Zekollari H. Large hydropower and water-storage potential in future glacier-free basins. Nature.



Invasive Species

Lin Y., Zhan A., Hernandez M.R., Paolucci E., MacIsaac H.J. & Briski E. Can chlorination of ballast water reduce biological invasions? Journal of Applied Ecology.




Augusto F.G., Figueiredo A.F., Camargo P.B., Coletta L.D., Mazzi E.A. & Martinelli L.A. C3 and C4 plant leaf breakdown and assimilation by aquatic macroinvertebrates in streams of the Brazilian Atlantic Forest. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Gomes-dos-Santos A., Lopes-Lima M., Castro L.F.C. & Froufe E. Molluscan genomics: the road so far and the way forward. Hydrobiologia.


Hernawati R., Nurhaman U., Busson F., Suryobroto B., Hanner R., Keith P., et al. Exploring community assembly among Javanese and Balinese freshwater shrimps (Atyidae, Palaemonidae) through DNA barcodes. Hydrobiologia.


Martins V.M. & Ferreira R.L. Limiting similarity in subterranean ecosystems: a case of niche differentiation in Elmidae (Coleoptera) from epigean and hypogean environments. Hydrobiologia.


Smith R.F., Neideigh E.C., Rittle A.M. & Wallace J.R. Assessing macroinvertebrate community response to restoration of Big Spring Run: Expanded analysis of before-after-control-impact sampling designs. River Research and Applications.


Sosa-Aranda I. & Zambrano L. Relationship between turbidity and the benthic community in the preserved Montebello Lakes in Chiapas, Mexico. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Valente-Neto F., da Silva F.H., Covich A.P. & de Oliveira Roque F. Streams dry and ecological uniqueness rise: environmental selection drives aquatic insect patterns in a stream network prone to intermittence. Hydrobiologia.


Wood C.L., Sokolow S.H., Jones I.J., Chamberlin A.J., Lafferty K.D., Kuris A.M., et al. Precision mapping of snail habitat provides a powerful indicator of human schistosomiasis transmission. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.




Ma T., Jiang Y., Elbehery A.H.A., Blank S., Kurmayer R. & Deng L. Resilience of planktonic bacterial community structure in response to short-term weather deterioration during the growing season in an alpine lake. Hydrobiologia.


Minguez L., Sperfeld E., Berger S.A., Nejstgaard J.C. & Gessner M.O. Changes in food characteristics reveal indirect effects of lake browning on zooplankton performance. Limnology and Oceanography.


Schön I. & Martens K. Are Cardinium infections causing asexuality in non-marine ostracods? Hydrobiologia.




Anjum N. & Tanaka N. Hydrodynamics of longitudinally discontinuous, vertically double layered and partially covered rigid vegetation patches in open channel flow. River Research and Applications.


Turunen J., Muotka T. & Aroviita J. Aquatic bryophytes play a key role in sediment-stressed boreal headwater streams. Hydrobiologia.



Water Chemistry

Bravo A.G. & Cosio C. Biotic formation of methylmercury: A bio–physico–chemical conundrum. Limnology and Oceanography.


Fujiki T., Inoue R., Honda M.C., Wakita M., Mino Y., Sukigara C., et al. Time-series observations of photosynthetic oxygen production in the subtropical western North Pacific by an underwater profiling buoy system. Limnology and Oceanography.


Horňák K. & Pernthaler J. Homeostatic regulation of dissolved labile organic substrates by consumption and release processes in a freshwater lake. Limnology and Oceanography.


Rasigraf O., van Helmond N.A.G.M., Frank J., Lenstra W.K., Egger M., Slomp C.P., et al. Microbial community composition and functional potential in Bothnian Sea sediments is linked to Fe and S dynamics and the quality of organic matter. Limnology and Oceanography.


Yang S., Johnson W.P., Black F.J., Rowland R., Rumsey C. & Piskadlo A. Response of density stratification, aquatic chemistry, and methylmercury to engineered and hydrologic forcings in an endorheic lake (Great Salt Lake, U.S.A.). Limnology and Oceanography.