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New Articles October 29 - November 4

Monday, November 5, 2018
Elizabeth (Bizzy) Berg
Kasey Fralick

New Articles October 29 - November 4

Freshwater-Specific Journals (6): Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Journal of Freshwater Ecology, Limnology and Oceanography, Limnology and Oceanography Letters, River Research and Applications

Broad Based Journals (3): Ecological Applications, Oecologia, Trends in Ecology and Evolution



Ann, V., A. Freixa, A. Butturini, and A. M. Romaní. Interplay between sediment properties and stream flow conditions influences surface sediment organic matter and microbial biomass in a Mediterranean river. Hydrobiologia.

Bestion E., Schaum C.E., & Yvon-Durocher G. Nutrient limitation constrains thermal tolerance in freshwater phytoplankton. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.

Hix L.A. & Murdock J.N. Didymosphenia geminata habitat requirements are unique and variable for cell establishment and mat accumulation. Hydrobiologia.

Rusak J.A., Tanentzap A.J., Klug J.L., Rose K.C., Hendricks S.P., Jennings E., Laas A., Pierson E., Ryder E., Smyth R.L., White D.S., Winslow L.A., Adrian R., Arvola L., de Eyto E., Feuchtmayr H., Honti M., Istvánovics V., Jones I.D., McBride C.G., Schmidt C.R., Seekell D., Staehr P.R., & Zhu G. Wind and trophic status explain within and amonglake variability of algal biomass. Limnology and Oceaonography Letters.



Liu S. & Raymond P.A. Hydrologic controls on pCO2 and CO2 efflux in US streams and rivers. Limnology and Oceanography.

McCallister S.L., Ishikawa N.F., & Kothawala D.N. Biogeochemical tools for characterizing organic carbon in inland aquatic ecosystems. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.


Climate Change

Reside, A. E., K. Critchell, D. M. Crayn, M. Goosem, S. Goosem, C. J. Hoskin, T. Sydes, E. P. Vanderduys, and R. L. Pressey. Beyond the model: expert knowledge improves predictions of species’ fates under climate change. Ecological Applications.


Community Structures

Alahuhta, J., M. Lindholm, C. P. Bove, E. Chappuis, J. Clayton, M. de Winton, T. Feldmann, F. Ecke, E. Gacia, P. Grillas, M. V Hoyer, L. B. Johnson, A. Kolada, S. Kosten, T. Lauridsen, B. A. Lukács, M. Mjelde, R. P. Mormul, L. Rhazi, M. Rhazi, L. Sass, M. Søndergaard, J. Xu, and J. Heino. Global patterns in the metacommunity structuring of lake macrophytes: regional variations and driving factors. Oecologia.



Yang Y., Zhang M., Zhu L., Zhang H., Lui W., & Wang J. Impact of the operation of a largescale reservoir on downstream river channel geomorphic adjustments: A case study of the Three Gorges. River Research and Applications.


Field-Lab Interface

Groom J. & Friedrich H. Bridging the labfield interface in fluvial morphology at patchscale: Using closerange photogrammetry to assess surface replication and vegetation influence. River Research and Applications.



Dassow C.J., Collier A., Hodgson J.Y.S., Buleo C.D., & Hodgson J.R. Filial cannibalism by largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides): a three-decade natural history record from a small northern temperate lake. Journal of Freshwater Ecology.

Hovel R.A., Fresh K.L., Schroder S.L., Litt A.H., & Quinn T.P. A wide window of migration phenology captures interannual variability of favourable conditions: Results of a wholelake experiment with juvenile Pacific salmon. Freshwater Biology.

Watz J., Calles O., Collin T., Johnsson J., Nilsson P.A., Norrgård J., & Nyqvist D. Wood addition in the hatchery and river environments affects postrelease performance of overwintering brown trout. Freshwater Biology.

Xu F. Baoligao B., Chen X., Li X., Deng H., & Shang X. Short informative title: Quantitative assessment of acute impacts of suspended sediment on carp in the Yellow River. River Research and Applications.


Growth Models

Marshall, D. J., and C. R. White. Have We Outgrown the Existing Models of Growth? Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

Young A.N., Hochberg R., Walsh E.J., & Wallace R.L. Modeling the life history of sessile rotifers: larval substratum selection through reproduction. Hydrobiologia.


Invasive Species

Enzo, M., M. A. Maldonado, and P. R. Martín. The role of an invader in its native range: could differential grazing by apple snails structure the submersed macrophytes assemblages in Southern Pampas (Argentina)? Hydrobiologia.



Brooks A.J., Wolfenden B., Downes B.J., & Lancaster J. Barriers to dispersal: The effect of a weir on stream insect drift. River Research and Applications.

Csercsa A., Krasznai-K E., Várbíró G., Szivák I., Tóth M., Árva D., Bódis E., Deák C., Mauchart P., Móra A., Erős T., Padisák J., & Boda P. Seasonal changes in relative contribution of environmental control and spatial structuring on different dispersal groups of stream macroinvertebrates. Hydrobiologia.

Ejsmont-Karabin J. & Karpowicz M. Epizoic rotifers on Dreissena polymorpha in relation to biotic factors. Hydrobiologia.

Gebrehiwot M., Kifle D., & Triest L. Grazing and growth rate of a cyclopoid copepod fed with a phytoplankton diet constituted by a filamentous cyanobacterium. Hydrobiologia.

Riessen H.P. & Gilbert J.J. Divergent developmental patterns of induced morphological defenses in rotifers and Daphnia: Ecological and evolutionary context. Limnology and Oceanography.


Lake Metabolism

Carpenter S.R. & Pace M.L. Synthesis of a 33yr series of wholelake experiments: Effects of nutrients, grazers, and precipitationdriven water color on chlorophyll. Limnology and Oceanography Letters.

Scharfenberger, U., E. Jeppesen, M. Beklioğlu, M. Søndergaard, D. G. Angeler, A. İ. Çakıroğlu, S. Drakare, J. Hejzlar, A. Mahdy, E. Papastergiadou, M. Šorf, K. Stefanidis, A. Tuvikene, P. Zingel, and R. Adrian. Effects of trophic status, water level, and temperature on shallow lake metabolism and metabolic balance: A standardized pan-European mesocosm experiment. Limnology and Oceanography.

Żbikowski J., Simčič T., Pajk K., Poznańska-Kakareko M., Kakareko T., & Kobak J. Respiration rates in shallow lakes of different types: contribution of benthic microorganisms, macrophytes, plankton and macrozoobenthos. Hydrobiologia.


Marine Coast

Hees, D. H., Y. S. Olsen, L. Mattio, L. Ruiz-Montoya, T. Wernberg, and G. A. Kendrick. Cast adrift: Physiology and dispersal of benthic Sargassum spinuligerum in surface rafts. Limnology and Oceanography.