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New Articles for October 22-28

Monday, October 28, 2019
Lauren Wisbrock

Freshwater-Based Journals (4): Freshwater Biology (1), Hydrobiologia (8), Limnology and Oceanography (5), Marine and Freshwater Research (5).

Broad-Based Journals (2): Ecology Letters (1), Oikos (1).


Community Structure

Céréghino R., Corbara B., Leroy C. & Carrias J.-F. Ecological determinants of community structure across the trophic levels of freshwater food webs: a test using bromeliad phytotelmata. Hydrobiologia.


Eckert E.M., Amalfitano S., Di Cesare A., Manzari C., Corno G. & Fontaneto D. Different substrates within a lake harbour connected but specialised microbial communities. Hydrobiologia.


Farrow C.R., Ackerman J.D., Smith R.E.H. & Snider D. Riverine transport and nutrient inputs affect phytoplankton communities in a coastal embayment. Freshwater Biology.


Receveur J.P., Fenoglio S. & Benbow M.E. Insect-associated bacterial communities in an alpine stream. Hydrobiologia.




Booth M.T., Hairston Jr N.G. & Flecker A.S. Consumer movement dynamics as hidden drivers of stream habitat structure: suckers as ecosystem engineers on the night shift. Oikos.


Godiksen J.A., Chung M.-T., Folkvord A. & Grønkjær P. Effects of temperature on tissue–diet isotopic spacing of nitrogen and carbon in otolith organic matter. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Liao C., Chen S., Correa S.B., Li W., Zhang T. & Liu J. Impoundment led to spatial trophic segregation of three closely related catfish species in the Three Gorges Reservoir, China. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Nabaes Jodar D.N., Cussac V.E. & Becker L.A. Into the wild: escaped farmed rainbow trout show a dispersal-associated diet shift towards natural prey. Hydrobiologia.


Pineda J., Rouse S., Starczak V., Helfrich K. & Wiley D. Response of small sharks to nonlinear internal waves. Limnology and Oceanography.


Su C., Hu W., Hu Z., Zhang Z., Wedchaparn O., Zhao L., et al. Comparison of high-throughput sequencing analysis of gut contents between silver carp Hypophthalmichthys molitrix and bighead carp Hypophthalmichthys nobilis in mesotrophic and eutrophic lakes. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Yavno S., Gobin J., Wilson C.C., Vila-Gispert A., Copp G.H. & Fox M.G. New and Old World phylogeography of pumpkinseed Lepomis gibbosus (Linnaeus, 1758): the North American origin of introduced populations in Europe. Hydrobiologia.



Hyporheic Habitats

Dorff N.C. & Finn D.S. Hyporheic secondary production and life history of a common Ozark stonefly. Hydrobiologia.


Nürnberg G.K. Hypolimnetic withdrawal as a lake restoration technique: determination of feasibility and continued benefits. Hydrobiologia.




Ohlman L.M. & Pegg M.A. Handling effects on survival and growth of plain pocketbook Lampsilis cardium (Rafinesque, 1820) freshwater mussels. Hydrobiologia.


Paganelli D., Pandolfi A., Sconfietti R. & Marchini A. Spatial distribution and substrate preferences of the non-indigenous amphipod Gammarus roeselii Gervais, 1835. Marine and Freshwater Research.




Andersen I.M., Williamson T.J., González M.J. & Vanni M.J. Nitrate, ammonium, and phosphorus drive seasonal nutrient limitation of chlorophytes, cyanobacteria, and diatoms in a hyper-eutrophic reservoir. Limnology and Oceanography.


Ruuskanen M.O., Colby G., St.Pierre K.A., St.Louis V.L., Aris-Brosou S. & Poulain A.J. Microbial genomes retrieved from High Arctic lake sediments encode for adaptation to cold and oligotrophic environments. Limnology and Oceanography.


Shen Y. & Benner R. Molecular properties are a primary control on the microbial utilization of dissolved organic matter in the ocean. Limnology and Oceanography.


van de Poll W.H., Abdullah E., Visser R.J.W., Fischer P. & Buma A.G.J. Taxon-specific dark survival of diatoms and flagellates affects Arctic phytoplankton composition during the polar night and early spring. Limnology and Oceanography.


Predator-Prey Interaction

Dingemanse N.J., Barber I. & Dochtermann N.A. Non-consumptive effects of predation: does perceived risk strengthen the genetic integration of behaviour and morphology in stickleback? Ecology Letters.


Dwyer G.K., Stoffels R.J., Silvester E. & Rees G.N. Prey amino acid composition affects rates of protein synthesis and N wastage of a freshwater carnivore. Marine and Freshwater Research.