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New Articles for October 14-21

Monday, October 21, 2019
Lauren Wisbrock

Freshwater-Based Journals (6): Freshwater Biology (5), Hydrobiologia (12), Limnology and Oceanography (1), River Research and Applications (2), Marine and Freshwater Research (1), Limnology and Oceanography Letters (1).


Broad-Based Journals (5): Nature (1), Ecology Letters (1), Oecologia (2), Oikos (1), Journal of Applied Ecology (1).



de Paula Lima J.E., Margarido V.P., Moresco R.M. & de Jesus Rodrigues D. Analysis of the mitochondrial D-Loop reveals that neither river boundaries nor geographic distance structure the fine-scale genetic variation of an Amazonian treefrog. Hydrobiologia.


Oyake N., Sasaki N., Yamaguchi A., Fujita H., Tagami M., Ikeya K., et al. Comparison of susceptibility to a toxic alien toad (Bufo japonicus formosus) between predators in its native and invaded ranges. Freshwater Biology.



Conservation and Management

McCullough I.M., Skaff N.K., Soranno P.A. & Cheruvelil K.S. No lake left behind: How well do U.S. protected areas meet lake conservation targets? Limnology and Oceanography Letters.


Saltveit S.J., Brabrand Å. & Brittain J.E. Rivers need floods: Management lessons learnt from the regulation of the Norwegian salmon river, Suldalslågen. River Research and Applications.




Adey A.K. & Larson E.R. Dominance and diet are unrelated within a population of invasive crayfish. Hydrobiologia.


Bojko J. The mitochondrial genome of UK (non-native) Dikerogammarus haemobaphes (Amphipoda: Gammaridae) informs upon Dikerogammarus evolution, invasions and associated microparasites. Hydrobiologia.


Lukić D., Ptacnik R., Vad C.F., Pόda C. & Horváth Z. Environmental constraint of intraguild predation: Inorganic turbidity modulates omnivory in fairy shrimps. Freshwater Biology.


Préau C., Nadeau I., Sellier Y., Isselin-Nondedeu F., Bertrand R., Collas M., et al. Niche modelling to guide conservation actions in France for the endangered crayfish Austropotamobius pallipes in relation to the invasive Pacifastacus leniusculus. Freshwater Biology.




Filstrup C.T., King K.B.S. & McCullough I.M. Evenness effects mask richness effects on ecosystem functioning at macro-scales in lakes. Ecology Letters.


Li B., Tan W., Wen L., Zhao X., Peng B., Yang J., et al. Anthropogenic habitat alternation significantly decreases α- and β-diversity of benthopelagic metacommunity in a large floodplain lake. Hydrobiologia.


Paulson E.L. & Martin A.P. Inferences of environmental and biotic effects on patterns of eukaryotic alpha and beta diversity for the spring systems of Ash Meadows, Nevada. Oecologia.


Perez Rocha M., Bini L.M., Grönroos M., Hjort J., Lindholm M., Karjalainen S.-M., et al. Correlates of different facets and components of beta diversity in stream organisms. Oecologia.



Experimental Streams

Menczelesz N., Szivák I. & Schmera D. How do we construct and operate experimental streams? An overview of facilities, protocols, and studied questions. Hydrobiologia.




Walker R.H., Girard C.E., Alford S.L. & Walters A.W. Anthropogenic land-use change intensifies the effect of low flows on stream fishes. Journal of Applied Ecology.




Cyr H. The growth of juvenile native mussels (Elliptio complanata) in lakes varies with sediment characteristics and site exposure. Freshwater Biology.


Williams N., Suárez D.A., Juncos R., Donato M., Guevara S.R. & Rizzo A. Spatiotemporal structuring factors in the Chironomidae larvae (Insecta: Diptera) assemblages of an ultraoligotrophic lake from northern Patagonia Andean range: implications for paleolimnological interpretations. Hydrobiologia.


Wu X., Vanreusel A., Hauquier F. & Moens T. Environmental drivers of nematode abundance and genus composition at two spatial scales on an estuarine intertidal flat. Hydrobiologia.


Wurzel S., Ford M.A., Dority D. & Tronstad L. Evaluating the impact of Permethrin on non-target invertebrates in an urban stream. Hydrobiologia.



Lake Ice

Kouraev A. V, Zakharova E.A., Rémy F., Kostianoy A.G., Shimaraev M.N., Hall N.M.J., et al. Giant ice rings on lakes and field observations of lens-like eddies in the Middle Baikal (2016–2017). Limnology and Oceanography.




Appel D.S., Gerrish G.A., Fisher E.J. & Fritts M.W. Zooplankton sampling in large riverine systems: A gear comparison. River Research and Applications.


Bray J.P., Kilroy C., Gerbeaux P., Burdon F.J. & Harding J.S. Ecological processes mediate the effects of the invasive bloom-forming diatom Didymosphenia geminata on stream algal and invertebrate assemblages. Hydrobiologia.


Dexter E. & Bollens S.M. Zooplankton invasions in the early 21st century: a global survey of recent studies and recommendations for future research. Hydrobiologia.


Gooriah L.D. & Chase J.M. Sampling effects drive the species-area relationship in lake zooplankton. Oikos.


Gottschling M., Chacón J., Žerdoner Čalasan A., Neuhaus S., Kretschmann J., Stibor H., et al. Phylogenetic placement of environmental sequences using taxonomically reliable databases helps to rigorously assess dinophyte biodiversity in Bavarian lakes (Germany). Freshwater Biology.


Guerrero-Jiménez G., Ramos–Rodríguez E., Silva-Briano M., Adabache-Ortiz A. & Conde-Porcuna J.M. Analysis of the morphological structure of diapausing propagules as a potential tool for the identification of rotifer and cladoceran species. Hydrobiologia.


Ho J.C., Michalak A.M. & Pahlevan N. Widespread global increase in intense lake phytoplankton blooms since the 1980s. Nature.


Pearson L.A., Crosbie N.D. & Neilan B.A. Distribution and conservation of known secondary metabolite biosynthesis gene clusters in the genomes of geographically diverse Microcystis aeruginosa strains. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Schenk J. & Fontaneto D. Biodiversity analyses in freshwater meiofauna through DNA sequence data. Hydrobiologia.