New Articles November 5 - 11
Freshwater-specific journals (6): Freshwater Science, Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, River Research and Applications, Marine and Freshwater Research
Broad-based journals (5): Ecology, Ecology Letters, Ecological Applications, Oikos, Journal of Applied Ecology
Boiteau, R. M., C. P. Till, T. H. Coale, J. N. Fitzsimmons, K. W. Bruland, and D. J. Repeta. Patterns of iron and siderophore distributions across the California Current System. Limnology and Oceanography.
Weirich, C. A., D. M. Robertson, T. R. Miller. Physical, biogeochemical, and meteorological factors responsible for interannual changes in cyanobacterial community composition and biovolume over two decades in a eutrophic lake. Hydrobiologia.
McEachran, M. C., R. S. Trapp, K. D. Zimmer, B. R. Herwig, C. E. Hegedus, C. E. Herzog, D. F. Staples. Stable isotopes indicate that zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) increase dependence of lake food webs on littoral energy sources. Freshwater Biology
Winter, E. R., E. T. Nolan, G. M. A. Busst, and J. R. Britton. Estimating stable isotope turnover rates of epidermal mucus and dorsal muscle for an omnivorous fish using a diet-switch experiment. Hydrobiologia.
Gould W.R., Ray A.M, Bailey L.L., Thoma D., Daley R., & Legg K. Multistate occupancy modeling improves understanding of amphibian breeding dynamics in the Greater Yellowstone Area. Ecological Applications.
Fjelstad, H-P., U. Pulg, T. Forseth. Safe two-way migration for salmonids and eel past hydropower structures in Europe: a review and recommendations for best-practice solutions. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Santos, H. A., B. Duarte, A. Pinheiro, D. Cruz, G. Souza. Flow characteristics in tailrace: understanding how hydrodynamics may attract fish to hydropower plant in South America. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Hiddink J.G., Jennings S., Sciberras M., Bolam S.G., Cambiè G., McConnaughey, Mazor T., Hilborn R., Collie J.S., Pitcher C.R., Parma A.M., Suuronen P., Kaiser M.J., & Rijnsdorp A.D. Assessing bottom trawling impacts based on the longevity of benthic invertebrates. Journal of Applied Ecology.
Anderson, T. L., L. W. Sheppard, J. A. Walter, S. P. Hendricks, T. D. Levine, D. S. White, D. C. Reuman. The dependence of synchrony on timescale and geography in freshwater plankton. Limnology and Oceanography.
Frau, D., M. E. Spies, Y. Battauz, J. Medrano, and R. Sinistro. Approaches for phosphorus removal with calcium hydroxide and floating macrophytes in a mesocosm experiment: impacts on plankton structure. Hydrobiologia.
Melo, M. L., S. Bertilsson, J. H. F. Amaral, P. M. Barbosa, B. R. Forsberg, and H. Sarmento. Flood pulse regulation of bacterioplankton community composition in an Amazonian floodplain lake. Freshwater Biology.
Boon, P. I., D. Frood, A. Oates, J. Reside, N. Rosengren. Why has Phragmites australis persisted in the increasingly saline Gippsland Lakes? A test of three competing hypotheses. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Dawson, M. R., M. Hutchins, N. Bachiller-Jareno, and S. Loiselle. The spatial and temporal variation of water quality at a community garden site in an urban setting: citizen science in action. Freshwater Science.
Medeiros Agra, J. U., R. Ligeiro, D. R. Macedo, R. M. Hughes, M. Callisto. Ecoregions and stream types help us understanding ecological variability in Neotropical reference streams. Marine and Freshwater Research.