New Articles November 12 - 25
Broad-Based Journals (8): Ecology, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Nature, Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Oecologia, Ecological Applications, Oikos, Journal of Applied Ecology
Freshwater-Specific Journals (5): Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, River Research and Applications, Marine and Freshwater Research
Gillson, L., H. Biggs, I. P. J. Smit, M. Virah-Sawmy, and K. Rogers. Finding common ground between adaptive management and evidence-based approaches to biodiversity conservation. Trends in Ecology and Evolution.
Ko C-Y., Iwata T., Lee J-Y., Murakami A., Okano J., Ishikawa N.F., Sakai Y., Tayasu I., Itoh M., Song U., Togashi H., Nakano S., Ohte N., & Okuda N. Assessing alpha and beta diversities of benthic macroinvertebrates and their environmental drivers between watersheds with different levels of habitat transformation in Japan. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Cornacchia, L., S. Licci, H. Nepf, A. Folkard, D. Wal, J. Koppel, S. Puijalon, and T. J. Bouma. Turbulence-mediated facilitation of resource uptake in patchy stream macrophytes. Limnology and Oceanography.
Nydahl, A. C., M. B. Wallin, L. J. Tranvik, C. Hiller, K. Attermeyer, J. A. Garrison, F. Chaguaceda, K. Scharnweber, and G. A. Weyhenmeyer. Colored organic matter increases CO2 in meso-eutrophic lake water through altered light climate and acidity. Limnology and Oceanography.
Oliveira E.S. Jr., Temmink R.J.M., Buhler B.F., Souza R.M., Resende N., Spanings T., Muniz C.C., Lamers L.P.M., & Kosten S. Benthivorous fish bioturbation reduces methane emissions, but increases total greenhouse gas emissions. Freshwater Biology.
Romero E., Garnier J., Billen G., Ramarson A., Riou P., & Le Gendre R. Modeling the biogeochemical functioning of the Seine estuary and its coastal zone: Export, retention, and transformations. Limnology and Oceanography.
Sánchez-Ahuactzin, T., M. Rebolledo Vieyra, D. Ortega-Camacho, S. Escobar-Morales, and L. M. Hernández Terrones. Hydrogeochemical processes and trace elements in sediments at the south-eastern Mexican karst aquifer. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Sweetman, A. K., C. R. Smith, C. N. Shulse, B. Maillot, M. Lindh, M. J. Church, K. S. Meyer, D. Oevelen, T. Stratmann, and A. J. Gooday. Key role of bacteria in the short-term cycling of carbon at the abyssal seafloor in a low particulate organic carbon flux region of the eastern Pacific Ocean. Limnology and Oceanography.
Community Assemblages and Population Ecology
de Campos, R., E. de O. da Conceição, K. Martens, and J. Higuti. Extreme drought periods can change spatial effects on periphytic ostracod metacommunities in river-floodplain ecosystems. Hydrobiologia.
Fukimori, K., S. Ishida, M. Shimoda, A. Takenaka, M. Akasaka, J. Nishihiro, N. Takamura, T. Kadoya. Incorporating species population dynamics into static prioritization: targeting species undergoing rapid change. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Jonsen, I. D., C. R. McMahon, T. A. Patterson, M. Auger-Methe, R. Harcourt, M. A. Hindell, and S. Bestley. Movement responses to environment: fast inference of variation among southern elephant seals with a mixed effects model. Ecology.Winfield, I. J., R. Berry, and H. Iddon. The cultural importance and international recognition of the Arctic charr Salvelinus alpinus populations of Windermere, UK. Hydrobiologia.
Roy, S. G., E. Uchida, S. P. de Souza, B. Blachly, E. Fox, K. Gardner, A. J. Gold, J. Jansujwicz, S. Klein, B. McGreavy, W. Mo, S. M. C. Smith, E. Vogler, K. Wilson, J. Zydlewski, and D. Hart. A multiscale approach to balance trade-offs among dam infrastructure, river restoration, and cost. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Carraro, L., H. Hartikainen, J. Jokela, E. Bertuzzo, and A. Rinaldo. Estimating species distribution and abundance in river networks using environmental DNA. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.Harper, L. R., N. P. Griffiths, L. Lawson Handley, C. D. Sayer, D. S. Read, K. J. Harper, R. C. Blackman, J. Li, and B. Hänfling. Development and application of environmental DNA surveillance for the threatened crucian carp (Carassius carassius). Freshwater Biology. Wineland S.M., Welch S.M., Pauley T.K., Apodaca J.J., Olszack M., Mosher J.J., Holmes J.N., & Waldron J.L. Using environmental DNA and occupancy modelling to identify drivers of eastern hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis alleganiensis) extirpation. Freshwater Biology.
Jeffery, J. E., G. W. Storrs, T. Holland, C. J. Tabin, and P. E. Ahlberg. Unique pelvic fin in a tetrapod-like fossil fish, and the evolution of limb patterning. Proceedings of the National Academy of Scientists.
Silknetter, S., Y. Kanno, K. L. Kanapeckas Métris, E. Cushman, T. L. Darden, and B. K. Peoples. Mutualism or parasitism: Partner abundance affects host fitness in a fish reproductive interaction. Freshwater Biology.
Silva, L. G. M., B. V Beirão, R. C. Falcão, A. L. F. de Castro, and E. W. Dias. It’s a catfish! Novel approaches are needed to study the effects of rapid decompression on benthic species. Marine and Freshwater Research.Svozil, D. P., R. K. Kopf, R. J. Watts, and A. O. Nicholls. Temperature-dependent larval survival and growth differences among populations of Murray cod (Maccullochella peelii). Marine and Freshwater Research.
Verspoor, E., M. W. Coulson, R. B. Greer, and D. Knox. Unique sympatric quartet of limnetic, benthic, profundal and piscivorous brown trout populations resolved by 3D sampling and focused molecular marker selection. Freshwater Biology.Yiu, B. A., D. J. Booth, A. M. Fowler, and D. A. Feary. Macroalgal resource use differences across age and size classes in the dominant temperate herbivorous fish Aplodactylus lophodon (Aplodactylidae). Marine and Freshwater Research.
York, R. A. C. Patil, K. Abdilleh, Z. V. Johnson, M. A. Conte, M. J. Genner, P. T. McGrath, H. B. Fraser, R. D. Fernald, and J. T. Streelman. Behavior-dependent cis regulations reveals genes and pathways associated with bower building in cichlid fishes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Andrade M.C., Fitzgerald D.B., Winemiller K.O., Barbosa P.S., & Giarrizzo T. Trophic niche segregation among herbivorous serrasalmids from rapids of the lower Xingu River, Brazilian Amazon. Hydrobiologia.
Kelly, M. G., G. Chiriac, A. Soare-Minea, C. Hamchevici, and S. Birk. Defining ecological status of phytobenthos in very large rivers: a case study in practical implementation of the Water Framework Directive in Romania. Hydrobiologia.
Ives, J. T., B. C. McMeans, K. S. McCann, A. T. Fisk, T. B. Johnson, D. B. Bunnell, K. T. Frank, and A. M. Muir. Food-web structure and ecosystem function in the Laurentian Great Lakes—Toward a conceptual model. Freshwater Biology.
HerpetofaunaVeith, M., M. Baubkus, S. Kugel, C. Kulpa, T. Reifenrath, M. Schafft, and N. Wagner. Drift compensation in larval European fire salamanders, Salamandra salamandra (Amphibia: Urodela)? Hydrobiologia.
Invasive SpeciesGergs R., Gemmer I., Koester M., Rothhaupt K-O., & Behrmann-Godel J. No evidence for a genetic impoverishment of the indigenous amphipod Dikerogammarus villosus (Gervais, 1835) due to the invasion of Gammarus roeselii (Sowinsky, 1894) in Lake Constance. Hydrobiologia.
Glassman, S. I., C. Weihe, J. Li, M. B. N. Albright, C. I. Looby, A. C. Martiny, K. K Treseder, S. D. Allison, and J. B. H. Martiny. Decomposition responses to climate depend on microbial community composition. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
PlanktonEllwood N.T.W., Congestri R., & Ceschin S. The role of phytoplankton in the diet of the bladderwort Utricularia australis R.Br. (Lentibulariaceae). Freshwater Biology.
Grebner, W., E. C. Berglund, F. Berggren, J. Eklund, S. Harðadóttir, M. X. Andersson, and E. Selander. Induction of defensive traits in marine plankton—new copepodamide structures. Limnology and Oceanography.Wale, N., M. L. Turrill, and M. A. Duffy. A colorful killer: Daphnia infected with the bacterium Spirobacillus cienkowskii exhibit unexpected color variation. Ecology