New Articles September 24-30
Freshwater-specific journals (5): Freshwater Science, Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, Marine and Freshwater Research
Broad-based journals (6): Trends in Ecology and Evolution, Nature, Science, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Ecology Letters, Oikos
Lewis, K. M., A. E. Arntsen, P. Coupel, H. Joy-Warren, K. E. Lowry, A. Matsuioka, M. M. Mills, G. L. Dijken, V. Selz, K. R. Arrigo. Photoacclimation of Arctic Oceano phytoplankton to shifting light and nutrient limitation. Limnology and Oceanography.
Kritee, K., D. Nair, D. Zavala-Araiza, J. Proville, J. Rudek, T. K. Adhya, T. Loecke, T. Esteves, S. Balireddygari, O. Dava, K. Ram, A. S. R., M. Madasamy, R. V Dokka, D. Anandaraj, D. Athiyaman, M. Reddy, R. Ahuja, and S. P. Hamburg. High nitrous oxide fluxes from rice indicate the need to manage water for both long- and short-term climate impacts. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115:9720 LP-9725.
Amaral, S. D., P. branco, F. Romao, T. Viseu, M. T. Ferreira, A. N. Pinheiro, and J. M. Santos. The effect of weir crest width and discharge on passage performance of a potamodromous cyprinid. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Asche, F., T. M. Garlock, J. L. Anderson, S. R. Bush, M. D. Smith, C. M. Anderson, J. Chu, K. A. Garrett, A. Lem, K. Lorenzen, A. Oglend, S. Tveteras, and S. Vannuccini. Three pillars of sustainability in fisheries. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Gammerdinger, W. J., M. A. Conte, B. A. Sandkam. D. J. Penman, and T. D. Kocher. Characterization of sex chromosomes in three deeply diverged species of Pseudocrenilabrinae (Teleostei: Cichlidae) Hydrobiologia.
Naughton, G. P., M. L. Keefer, T. S. Clabough, M. J. Knoff, T. J. Blubaugh, C. Sharpe, and C. C. Caudill. Reservoir provides cool-water refuge for adult Chinook salmon in a trap-and-haul reintroduction program. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Patricio, H. C., S. A. Zipper, M. L. Peterson, S. M. Ainsley, E. K. Loury, S. Ounboundisane, and D. B. Demko. Fish catch and community composition in a data-poor Mekong River subcatchment characterised through participatory surveys of harvest from an artisanal fishery. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Vera, M., C. Bouza, A. Casanova, S. Heras, P. Martinez, and J. L. Garcia-Marin. Identification of an endemic Mediterranean brown trout mtDNA group within a highly perturbed aquatic system, the Llobregat River (NE Spain). Hydrobiologia.
Cabrol, J., T. Trombetta, S. Amaudrut, F. Aulanier, R. Sage, R. Tremblay, C. Nozais, M. Starr, S. Plourde, and G. Winkler. Trophic niche partitioning of dominant North-Atlantic krill species, Meganyctiphanes norvegica, Thysanoessa inermis, and T. raschii. Limnology and Oceanography.
Landsman, S. J., K. M. Samways, B. Hayden, K. M. Knysh, and M. R. van den Heuvel. Assimilation of marine-derived nutrients from anadromous rainbow smelt in an eastern North American riverine food web: evidence from stable-isotope and fatty acid analysis. Freshwater Science.
López-Vila, J.M., J. J. Schmitter-Soto, E. Velázquez-Velázquez, E. barba-Macias, I. H. Salgado-Ugarte. Young does not mean unstable: a trophic model for an estuarine lagoon system in the Southern Mexican Pacific. Hydrobiologia.
Perkins, D. M., I. Durance, F. K. Edwards, J. Grey, A. G. Hildrew, M. Jackson, J. I. Jones, R. B. Lauridsen, K. Layer-Dobra, M. S. A. Thompson, and G. Woodward. Bending the rules: exploitation of allochthonous resources by a top-predator modifies size-abundance scaling in stream food webs. Ecology Letters.
Webb, J. R., I. R. Santos, D. T. Maher, D. R. Tait, T. Cyronak, M. Sadat-Noori, P. Macklin, L. C. Jeffrey. Groundwater as a source of dissolved organic matter to coastal waters: Insights from radaon and CDOM observations in 12 shallow coastal systems. Limnology and Oceanography.
Dennis, E. J., M. Dobosiewicz, X. Jin, L. B. Duvall, P. S. Hartman, C. I. Bargmann, and L. B. Vosshall. A natural variant and engineered mutation in a GPCR promote DEET resistance in C. elegans. Nature.
Lopes, V. G., C. W. Castelo Branco, B. Kozlowsky-Suzuki, I. F. Sousa-filho, L. Coimbra e Souza, and L. Mauricio Bini. Environmental distances are more important than geographic distances when predicting spatial synchrony of zooplankton populations in a tropical reservoir. Freshwater Biology.
Mitchell, Z. A., J. McGuire, J. Abel, B. A. Hernandez, and A. N. Schwalb. Move on or take the heat: Can life history strategies of freshwater mussels predict their physiological and behavioural responses to drought and dewatering? Freshwater Biology.