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New Articles: October 7-13

Monday, October 14, 2019
Elizabeth (Bizzy) Berg

New Articles: October 7-13

Animal Behavior

Bezerra, N. P. A., B. C. L. Macena, P. Travassos, P. Afonso, and F. H. V Hazin. Evidence of site fidelity and deep diving behaviour of scalloped hammerhead shark (Sphyrna lewini) around the Saint Peter and Saint Paul Archipelago, in the equatorial Mid-Atlantic ridge. Marine and Freshwater Research.


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

Climate Change

Docherty, C. L., S. J. Dugdale, A. M. Milner, J. Abermann, M. Lund, and D. M. Hannah. Arctic river temperature dynamics in a changing climate. River Research and Applications.


Liu, X., R. Wu, X. Chen, Y. Zhou, L. Yang, S. Ouyang, and X. Wu. Effects of dams and their environmental impacts on the genetic diversity and connectivity of freshwater mussel populations in Poyang Lake Basin, China. Freshwater Biology.

Food Webs

Bessey, C., J. K. Keesing, J. McLaughlin, M. Rees, M. Tonks, G. A. Kendrick, and Y. S. Olsen. Teleost community composition and the role of herbivory on the intertidal reef of a small isolated island in north-west Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Portner, E. J., U. Markaida, C. J. Robinson, and W. F. Gilly. Trophic ecology of Humboldt squid, Dosidicus gigas, in conjunction with body size and climatic variability in the Gulf of California, Mexico. Limnology and Oceanography.


Davis, B. E., M. J. Hansen, D. E. Cocherell, T. X. Nguyen, T. Sommer, R. D. Baxter, N. A. Fangue, and A. E. Todgham. Consequences of temperature and temperature variability on swimming activity, group structure, and predation of endangered delta smelt. Freshwater Biology.

McLuckie, C., N. Moltschaniwskyj, T. Gaston, R. H. Dunstan, M. Crompton, and M. D. Taylor. Lethal and sublethal effects of simultaneous exposure to hypoxia and aluminium on juvenile eastern school prawn. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Paumier, A., H. Drouineau, S. Boutry, N. Sillero, and P. Lambert. Assessing the relative importance of temperature, discharge, and day length on the reproduction of an anadromous fish (Alosa alosa). Freshwater Biology.

Silveira, E. L., J. M. R. Aranha, M. S. Menezes, and A. M. Vaz-dos-Santos. Reproductive dynamics, age and growth of Astyanax aff. fasciatus in a Neotropical basin. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Cohen, A. P., and J. M. Melack. Carbon dioxide supersaturation in high-elevation oligotrophic lakes and reservoirs in the Sierra Nevada, California. Limnology and Oceanography.


Cogo, G. B., J. Martínez, S. Santos, and M. A. S. Graça. Caddisflies growth and size along an elevation/temperature gradient. Hydrobiologia.

Drover, D. R., S. H. Schoenholtz, D. J. Soucek, and C. E. Zipper. Multiple stressors influence benthic macroinvertebrate communities in central Appalachian coalfield streams. Hydrobiologia.

Nutrient Dynamics

Bulseco, A. N., J. H. Vineis, A. E. Murphy, A. C. Spivak, A. E. Giblin, J. Tucker, and J. L. Bowen. Metagenomics coupled with biogeochemical rates measurements provide evidence that nitrate addition stimulates respiration in salt marsh sediments. Limnology and Oceanography.

Janatian, N., K. Olli, F. Cremona, A. Laas, and P. Nõges. Atmospheric stilling offsets the benefits from reduced nutrient loading in a large shallow lake. Limnology and Oceanography.

Protein and Signaling

Mojib, N., and J. Kubanek. Comparative transcriptomics supports the presence of G protein-coupled receptor-based signaling in unicellular marine eukaryotes. Limnology and Oceanography.


Boon, P. I. The environmental history of Australian rivers: a neglected field of opportunity? Marine and Freshwater Research.


Elmberg, J., C. Arzel, G. Gunnarsson, S. Holopainen, P. Nummi, H. Pöysä, and K. Sjöberg. Population change in breeding boreal waterbirds in a 25-year perspective: What characterises winners and losers? Freshwater Biology.