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New Articles October 22-28

Monday, October 29, 2018
Kasey Fralick
Whitney Beck

New Articles October 22-28

Broad-Based (3): Oecologia (2), Oikos (1), Ecology Letters (1)

Freshwater Specific (5): Hydrobiologia (7), Limnology and Oceanography (1), River Research and Applications (3), Marine and Freshwater Research (2), Freshwater Science (1)



Hall, E. M., C. S. Goldberg, J. L. Brunner, and E. J. Crespi. Seasonal dynamics and potential drivers of ranavirus epidemics in wood frog populations. Oecologia.

Harper, L. R., J. R. Downie, and D. C. McNeill. Assessment of habitat and survey criteria for the great crested newt (Triturus cristatus) in Scotland: a case study on a translocated population. Hydrobiologia.


Wang C.C. & Rogers D.C. Bet hedging in stochastic habitats: an approach through large branchiopods in a temporary wetland. Oecologia.

Environmental Contaminants

Agustina, F., D. M. Emilia, P. Catalina, and E. J. Luis. Response of spionid polychaetes under different concentrations of crude oil in an ex situ experience (Patagonia, Argentina). Hydrobiologia.


Zhu, R., G-P. Yang, and H-H. Zhang. Temporal and spatial distributions of carbonyl sulfide, dimethyl sulfide, and carbon disulfide in seawater and marine atmosphere of the Changjiang Estuary and its adjacent East China Sea. Limnology and Oceanography.


Erwin, S. O., E. A. Bulliner, J. C. Fischenich, R. B. Jacobson, P. J. Braaten, A. J. DeLonay. Evaluating flow management as a strategy to recover an endangered sturgeon species in the Upper Missouri River, USA. River Research and Applications.

Franco, T. P., L. M. Neves, and F. G. Araújo. Better with more or less salt? The association of fish assemblages in coastal lagoons with different salinity ranges. Hydrobiologia.

Raffini, F. and A. Meyer. A comprehensive overview of the developmental basis and adaptive signifiance of a textbook polymorphism: head asymmetry in the cichlid fish Perissodus microlepsis. Hydrobiologia.

Vidal, N., I. Gonzalez-Bergonzoni, and D. E. Naya. The effect of fasting on nutritional status, organs size, and isotopic composition in a Neotrophical fish species (Jenynsia multidentata). Hydrobiologia.

Food Webs

Kuparinen A., Perala T., Martinez N.D., & Valdovinos F.S. Environmentally‐induced noise dampens and reddens with increasing trophic level in a complex food web. Oikos.

Hydropower & Fish

Beirão, B. V, L. G. M. Silva, R. S. Brown, and R. W. Walker. Determining barotrauma in the Pictus catfish, Pimelodus pictus, experimentally exposed to simulated hydropower turbine passage. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Habit, E., A. Garcia, G. Diaz, P. Arriagada, O. Link, O. Parra, and M. Thoms. River science and management issues in Chile: Hydropower development and native fish communities. River Research and Applications.


Chiavacci, S.J., A. P. Stodola, and S. A. Douglass. Natural and anthropogenic factors predict the presence of two freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in Illinois, USA. Freshwater Science.

Pond Ecosystems

Trekels H. & Vanschoenwinkel. Both local presence and regional distribution of predator cues modulate prey colonisation in pond landscapes. Ecology Letters.


Colangeli, P., U. E. Schlagel, U. Obertegger, J. S. Petermann, R. Tiedemann, and G. Weithoff. Negative phototactic response to UVR in three cosmopolitan rotifers: a video analysis approach. Hydrobiologia.

Udo, T., P. S. Guissou, H. Ushio, G. Kaneko. Ethanol extends lifespan of the rotifer Brachionus plicatilis. Hydrobiologia.

Stream Ecology

Steffy, L. Y. and M. K. Shank. Considerations for using turbidity as a surrogate for suspended sediment in small, ungaged streams: Time-series selection, streamflow estimation, and regional transferability. River Research and Applications.


Karati, K. K., G. Vineetha, T. V Raveendran, P. K. Dineshkumar, K. R. Muraleedharan, T. Joseph, and K. V Jayalakshmi. Implications of a regional-scale process (the Lakshadweep low) on the mesozooplankton community structure of the Arabian Sea. Marine and Freshwater Research.