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New Articles for September 24-30

Monday, September 30, 2019
Lauren Wisbrock

Freshwater-Based Journals (3): Hydrobiologia (8), Oceanography and Limnology (3), Marine and Freshwater Research (2)


Broad-Based Journals (4): Ecology (2), Nature (1), Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (1), Journal of Applied Ecology (1)




Lowe W.H., Swartz L.K., Addis B.R. & Likens G.E. Hydrologic variability contributes to reduced survival through metamorphosis in a stream salamander. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.



Aquatic Plants

Albuquerque A.C., Rodrigues-Filho C.A. de S. & Matias L.Q. Influence of climatic variables on CSR strategies of aquatic plants in a semiarid region. Hydrobiologia.




Goerig E., Wasserman B.A., Castro-Santos T. & Palkovacs E.P. Body shape is related to the attempt rate and passage success of brook trout at in-stream barriers. Journal of Applied Ecology.


Hicks C.C., Cohen P.J., Graham N.A.J., Nash K.L., Allison E.H., D’Lima C., et al. Harnessing global fisheries to tackle micronutrient deficiencies. Nature.




Albarrán-Mélzer N.C., Rangel Ruiz L.J., Benítez H.A. & Lagos M.E. Can temperature shift morphological changes of invasive species? A morphometric approach on the shells of two tropical freshwater snail species. Hydrobiologia.


Benson L.J. & Pearson R.G. Dynamics of organic material and invertebrates in a tropical headwater stream. Hydrobiologia.


Mendes T.P., Amado L.L., Ribeiro R.A.B. & Juen L. Morphological diversity of Odonata larvae (Insecta) and abiotic variables in oil palm plantation areas in the Eastern Amazon. Hydrobiologia.


Mukherjee S. & Blaustein L. Effects of predator type and alternative prey on mosquito egg raft predation and destruction. Hydrobiologia.


Rosenfeld S., Blaustein L., Kneitel J., Duchet C., Horwitz R., Rybak O., et al. The abundance and larval performance of Aedes phoeniciae in supralittoral rock-pools. Hydrobiologia.


Taylor C.A., DiStefano R.J., Larson E.R. & Stoeckel J. Towards a cohesive strategy for the conservation of the United States’ diverse and highly endemic crayfish fauna. Hydrobiologia.



Microbial Communities

Akins L., Ortiz J. & Leff L.G. Strain-specific responses of toxic and non-toxic Microcystis aeruginosa to exudates of heterotrophic bacteria. Hydrobiologia.



Nutrient Dynamics

Carvalho F., Fitzsimmons J.N., Couto N., Waite N., Gorbunov M., Kohut J., et al. Testing the Canyon Hypothesis: Evaluating light and nutrient controls of phytoplankton growth in penguin foraging hotspots along the West Antarctic Peninsula. Limnology and Oceanography.


Guenther M., Costa A.E.S.F., Pessoa-Fidelis V.T. & Neumann-Leitão S. Seasonal variations in plankton trophic structure under highly eutrophic conditions. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Kong L. & Price N.M. A reduction-dependent copper uptake pathway in an oceanic diatom. Limnology and Oceanography.


Schutte C.A., Samarkin V.A., Peters B., Madigan M.T., Bowles M., Morgan-Kiss R., et al. Vertical stratification and stability of biogeochemical processes in the deep saline waters of Lake Vanda, Antarctica. Limnology and Oceanography.


Population Dynamics

Castorani M.C.N. & Baskett M.L. Disturbance size and frequency mediate the coexistence of benthic spatial competitors. Ecology.


Frenken T., Miki T., Kagami M., Van de Waal D.B., Van Donk E., Rohrlack T., et al. The potential of zooplankton in constraining chytrid epidemics in phytoplankton hosts. Ecology.



Women in STEM

Thornton S.A., Cook S., Astiani D., Hapsari K.A., Varkkey H., Cole L.E.S., et al. ‘Pushing the limits’: experiences of women in tropical peatland research. Marine and Freshwater Research.