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Stay Fresh! - New Articles February 5-11

Monday, February 12, 2018
Allyn Dodd
Katherine O'Reilly

New Articles February 5-11

Freshwater-specific journals (4) : Freshwater Biology, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, Marine and Freshwater Research

Broad-based journals (4) : Ecological Applications, Journal of Applied Ecology, Oikos, Trends in Ecology and Evolution


Grasset, C., R. Mendonça, G. Villamor Saucedo, D. Bastviken, F. Roland, and S. Sobek. Large but variable methane production in anoxic freshwater sediment upon addition of allochthonous and autochthonous organic matter. Limnology and Oceanography.

Qiao, Y., P. Wang, W. Zhang, G. Sun, D. Zhao, N. Jeelani, X. Leng, and S. An. Elevated salinity inhibits nitrogen removal by changing the microbial community composition in constructed wetlands during the cold season. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Xiao, K.-Q., F. Beulig, H. Røy, B. B. Jørgensen, and N. Risgaard-Petersen. Methylotrophic methanogenesis fuels cryptic methane cycling in marine surface sediment. Limnology and Oceanography.

Xin, K., K. Yan, C. Gao, and Z. Li. Carbon storage and its influencing factors in Hainan Dongzhangang mangrove wetlands. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Tuckett, Q. M., and P. Koetsier. Post-fire debris flows delay recovery and create novel headwater stream macroinvertebrate communities. Hydrobiologia.


Ohlberger, J., T. W. Buehrens, S. J. Brenkman, P. Crain, T. P. Quinn, and R. Hilborn. Effects of past and projected river discharge variability on freshwater production in an anadromous fish. Freshwater Biology.

Shivers, S. D., S. W. Golladay, M. N. Waters, S. B. Wilde, and A. P. Covich. Rivers to reservoirs: hydrological drivers control reservoir function by affecting the abundance of submerged and floating macrophytes. Hydrobiologia.

Ecosystem Ecology

Migliorini, G. H., D. S. Srivastava, and G. Q. Romero. Leaf litter traits drive community structure and functioning in a natural aquatic microcosm. Freshwater Biology.


Schuler, M. S., & Relyea, R. A. Road salt and organic additives affect mosquito growth and survival: an emerging problem in wetlands. Oikos.

Taylor, M. D. First reports of per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in Australian native and introduced freshwater fish and crustaceans. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Tüzün, N., & Stoks, R. Pathways to fitness: carry-over effects of late hatching and urbanisation on lifetime mating success. Oikos.

Food Webs

Manfrin, A., Lehmann, D., van Grunsven, R. H. A., Larsen, S., Syväranta, J., Wharton, G., … Hölker, F. Dietary changes in predators and scavengers in a nocturnally illuminated riparian ecosystem. Oikos.

Genetics and Genomics

Juchno, D., and A. Boroń. Histological evidence that diploid hybrids of Cobitis taenia and C. elongatoides (Teleostei, Cobitidae) develop into fertile females and sterile males. Hydrobiologia.

Rotllant, G., T. V. Nguyen, J. Aizen, S. Suwansa-ard, and T. Ventura. Toward the identification of female gonad-stimulating factors in crustaceans. Hydrobiologia.

Global Change

Araújo, F. G., T. P. Teixeira, A. P. P. Guedes, M. C. C. de Azevedo, and A. L. M. Pessanha. Shifts in the abundance and distribution of shallow water fish fauna on the southeastern Brazilian coast: a response to climate change. Hydrobiologia.

Montoya, J. M., Donohue, I., & Pimm, S. L. Why a Planetary Boundary, If It Is Not Planetary, and the Boundary Is Undefined? A Reply to Rockström et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

Rockström, J., Richardson, K., Steffen, W., & Mace, G. Planetary Boundaries: Separating Fact from Fiction. A Response to Montoya et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution.


Sengupta, A., S. K. Adams, B. P. Bledsoe, E. D. Stein, K. S. McCune, and R. D. Mazor. Tools for managing hydrologic alteration on a regional scale: Estimating changes in flow characteristics at ungauged sites. Freshwater Biology.

Invasive Species

Collins, S. F., T. M. Detmer, K. A. Nelson, M. A. Nannini, G. G. Sass, and D. H. Wahl. The release and regulation of rotifers: examining the predatory effects of invasive juvenile common and bighead carp. Hydrobiologia.

dos Santos, D. A., D. J. Hoeinghaus, and L. C. Gomes. Spatial scales and the invasion paradox: a test using fish assemblages in a Neotropical floodplain. Hydrobiologia.

Liu, H., H. Gong, X. Qi, Y. Li, and Z. Lin. Relative importance of environmental variables for the distribution of the invasive marsh species Spartina alterniflora across different spatial scales. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Roley, S. S., J. L. Tank, M. R. Grace, and P. L. M. Cook. The influence of an invasive plant on denitrification in an urban wetland. Freshwater Biology.

Zardi, G. I., C. D. McQuaid, R. Jacinto, C. R. Lourenço, E. A. Serrão, and K. R. Nicastro. Re-assessing the origins of the invasive mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis in southern Africa. Marine and Freshwater Research.


Wan, Y., J. Q. Yang, J. J. Li, D. W. Zou, S. Y. Song, X. Leng, and S. Q. An. Community structure and distribution patterns of stream macroinvertebrates in the Huai River Basin in China. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Xue, S., Y. Mao, J. Li, L. Zhu, J. Fang, and F. Zhao. Life history responses to variations in temperature by the marine amphipod Eogammarus possjeticus (Gammaridae) and their implications for productivity in aquaculture. Hydrobiologia.


Canessa, S., Bozzuto, C., Campbell Grant, E. H., Cruickshank, S. S., Fisher, M. C., Koella, J. C., … Schmidt, B. R. Decision making for mitigating wildlife diseases: from theory to practice for an emerging fungal pathogen of amphibians. Journal of Applied Ecology.

Stamoulis, K. A., Delevaux, J. M. S., Williams, I. D., Poti, M., Lecky, J., Costa, B., … Friedlander, A. M. Seascape Models Reveal Places to Focus Coastal Fisheries Management. Ecological Applications.

Stoot, L. J., D. P. Gibson, S. J. Cooke, and M. Power. Assessing the potential for using low-frequency electric deterrent barriers to reduce lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens) entrainment. Hydrobiologia.


Chaparro, G., Z. Horváth, I. O’Farrell, R. Ptacnik, and T. Hein. Plankton metacommunities in floodplain wetlands under contrasting hydrological conditions. Freshwater Biology.

Chindia, J. A., and C. C. Figueredo. Phytoplankton settling depends on cell morphological traits, but what is the best predictor? Hydrobiologia.

Gutierrez, M. F., Ü. N. Tavşanoğlu, N. Vidal, J. Yu, F. Teixeira-de Mello, A. I. Çakiroglu, H. He, Z. Liu, and E. Jeppesen. Salinity shapes zooplankton communities and functional diversity and has complex effects on size structure in lakes. Hydrobiologia.

Ji, G., K. E. Havens, J. R. Beaver, and T. L. East. Recovery of plankton from hurricane impacts in a large shallow lake. Freshwater Biology.

Water Quality

Howley, C., M. Devlin, and M. Burford. Assessment of water quality from the Normanby River catchment to coastal flood plumes on the northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research.