Freshwater-Based Journals (4): Hydrobiologia (7), Limnology and Oceanography (3), River Research and Applications (4), Limnology and Oceanography Letters (1)
Andrews S.N., Linnansaari T., Leblanc N., Pavey S.A. & Curry R.A. Interannual variation in spawning success of striped bass (Morone saxatilis) in the Saint John River, New Brunswick. River Research and Applications.
Baechler B.R., Stienbarger C.D., Horn D.A., Joseph J., Taylor A.R., Granek E.F., et al. Microplastic occurrence and effects in commercially harvested North American finfish and shellfish: Current knowledge and future directions. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.
Braga R.R., Ribeiro V.M., Padial A.A., Thomaz S.M., Affonso I. de P., Wojciechowski J., et al. Invasional meltdown: an experimental test and a framework to distinguish synergistic, additive, and antagonistic effects. Hydrobiologia.
Louback-Franco N., Dainez-Filho M.S., Souza D.C. & Thomaz S.M. A native species does not prevent the colonization success of an introduced submerged macrophyte, even at low propagule pressure. Hydrobiologia.
Płąchocki D., Kobak J., Poznańska-Kakareko M. & Kakareko T. Environmental factors associated with the occurrence of the Ponto–Caspian gobies in a lowland river belonging to the central European invasion corridor. River Research and Applications.
Nutrient and Ion Cycling
Berggren M., Gudasz C., Guillemette F., Hensgens G., Ye L. & Karlsson J. Systematic microbial production of optically active dissolved organic matter in subarctic lake water. Limnology and Oceanography.