VOL. 32 · NO. 4 | December 2013
Freshwater Science
Katie Anne Ryan, Mark Lintermans
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1057-1072, (6 August 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-059.1
KEYWORDS: Macquarie Perch, cormorants, predator abundance, predator–prey overlap, predation risk, threatened species
Walter K. Dodds, Allison M. Veach, Claire M. Ruffing, Danelle M. Larson, Jason L. Fischer, Katie H. Costigan
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1073-1087, (12 August 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/13-018.1
KEYWORDS: metabolism, primary production, large river, respiration, net ecosystem production, net primary production
Fabian Schroeder, Dominik Kathöfer, Walter Traunspurger, Lars Peters
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1088-1100, (27 August 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-214.1
KEYWORDS: meiofauna, nematodes, periphyton, freshwater snails, grazing, Lake Erken
Neeshia Macanowicz, Wiebke J. Boeing
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1101-1110, (3 September 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-150.1
KEYWORDS: benthic methods, lentic systems, light trap, Hester–Dendy sampler, Ponar grab, epibenthic sled, pump sampler, Bitter Lake
Cynthia J. Tant, Amy D. Rosemond
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1111-1121, (17 September 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-049.1
KEYWORDS: nitrogen, phosphorus, headwater stream, carbon, detritus, shredder, Fungi, bacteria, aquatic, freshwater, Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, southern Appalachian Mountains
Jason M. Wisniewski, Nicole M. Rankin, Deborah A. Weiler, Bradley A. Strickland, Houston C. Chandler
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1122-1135, (17 September 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-145.1
KEYWORDS: occupancy, detection, Flint River, Unionidae, extinction, endangered
S. Conor Keitzer, Reuben R. Goforth
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1136-1147, (17 September 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/13-002.1
KEYWORDS: consumer-driven nutrient recycling, amphibian ecological roles, headwater stream, Salamander, Desmognathus quadramaculatus, Eurycea wilderae
Frank A. Camacho
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1148-1154, (24 September 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-176.1
KEYWORDS: predator cue, refugia, trophic interactions, Lyngbya wollei, Hyalella azteca, Lepomis macrochirus
Miquel Ribot, Daniel von Schiller, Marc Peipoch, Francesc Sabater, Nancy B. Grimm, Eugènia Martí
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1155-1167, (24 September 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-209.1
KEYWORDS: nitrate, Ammonium, Biofilm, nitrogen uptake, Michaelis–Menten kinetics, stream, land use, agriculture
Alissa M. Ganser, Teresa J. Newton, Roger J. Haro
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1168-1177, (24 September 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-132.1
KEYWORDS: freshwater mussel, climate change, physiology, temperature, survival, heart rate, growth
Gaston E. Small, John H. Duff, Pedro J. Torres, Catherine M. Pringle
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1178-1187, (1 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-084.1
KEYWORDS: emergence, denitrification, nitrogen, phosphorus, tropical stream
C. Capderrey, T. Datry, A. Foulquier, C. Claret, F. Malard
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1188-1204, (1 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-188.1
KEYWORDS: groundwater–surface water interactions, stream hierarchy, geomorphology, braided rivers, hyporheic zone, benthic and hyporheic invertebrates, temperature, particulate organic carbon
Yong Cao, Jian Huang, Kevin S. Cummings
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1205-1218, (8 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-040.1
KEYWORDS: freshwater mussel, biodiversity, landuse, mussel–fish relationships, random-forests regression, Illinois streams
Christine McLaughlin
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1219-1230, (8 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-202.1
KEYWORDS: dissolved organic carbon, bioavailability, lability, terrestrial sources, storm flow, labile, semilabile, deciduous forested watershed
David V. Peck, Anthony R. Olsen, Marc H. Weber, Steven G. Paulsen
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1231-1245, (8 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/11-075.1
KEYWORDS: lakes, aquatic resource survey, monitoring design, survey design, National Hydrography Database, NHD, National Lakes Assessment, extent estimation, sample frame, National Eutrophication Survey
Eric R. Merriam, J. Todd Petty, Michael P. Strager, Aaron E. Maxwell, Paul F. Ziemkiewicz
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1246-1259, (8 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/13-003.1
KEYWORDS: Scenario Analysis, additive vs interactive effects, Coal mining, residential development, landscape indicators
G. A. van Duinen, K. Vermonden, P. L. E. Bodelier, A. J. Hendriks, R. S. E. W. Leuven, J. J. Middelburg, G. van der Velde, W. C. E. P. Verberk
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1260-1272, (8 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-121.1
KEYWORDS: peatland, algae, methane-oxidizing bacteria, zooplankton, insects, stable isotopes, Fatty acids
Crayfish Biology, Ecology, and Conservation
Brian Helms, Zachary J. Loughman, Bryan L. Brown, James Stoeckel
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1273-1275, (22 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/13-204.1
No abstract available
Michael J. Moore, Robert J. DiStefano
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1276-1287, (22 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-158.1
KEYWORDS: conservation, crayfish, extinction risk, invasive species, life-history, natural history, North America, reproductive cycle, traits
Zachary J. Loughman, Kinsey T. Skalican, Nate D. Taylor
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1288-1297, (22 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-166.1
KEYWORDS: crayfish, Cambarus, Cambarus chasmodactylus, radio telemetry, conservation
Nathan J. Dorn
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1298-1308, (29 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-157.1
KEYWORDS: direct trait effect, non-consumptive effects, trait-mediated, density-mediated, non-lethal, Physa
Claire L. Thomas, Christopher A. Taylor
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1309-1317, (29 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-169.1
KEYWORDS: crayfish, predation, benthic fish, streams, invasive species, conservation
Susan B. Adams
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1318-1332, (29 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-161.1
KEYWORDS: dams, impoundments, crayfish, streams, assemblage structure, habitat, Mississippi, Seasonality
Brian Helms, William Budnick, Paolo Pecora, James Skipper, Ely Kosnicki, Jack Feminella, James Stoeckel
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1333-1344, (29 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-160.1
KEYWORDS: burrowing crayfish, artificial burrowing chamber, shelter competition, habitat preference, stream incision
James Skelton, Kaitlin J. Farrell, Robert P. Creed, Bronwyn W. Williams, Catlin Ames, Brian S. Helms, James Stoekel, Bryan L. Brown
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1345-1357, (29 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-198.1
KEYWORDS: symbiosis, mutualisms, cleaning symbiosis, context dependence, partner choice, partner regulation
Michael J. Thomas, Robert P. Creed
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1358-1366, (29 October 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-187.1
KEYWORDS: mutualism, partner regulation, fouling, epibiosis, crayfish, branchiobdellidans
Laura A. Twardochleb, Julian D. Olden
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1367-1382, (5 November 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-203.1
KEYWORDS: Orconectes rusticus, Orconectes virilis, Pacifastacus leniusculus, Procambarus clarkii, taxonomic effect, manipulative experiment
Jacob T. Westhoff, Charles F. Rabeni
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1383-1397, (5 November 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/13-036.1
KEYWORDS: crayfish, competitive exclusion, passive integrated transponder (PIT) tags, habitat selection, discrete choice analysis, space-use overlap
William L. Perry, Anthony M. Jacks, Daniel Fiorenza, Madeleine Young, Richard Kuhnke
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1398-1409, (17 December 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/12-166.2
KEYWORDS: Orconectes rusticus, crayfish phenotypic plasticity, chelae, Body, water velocity, geometric morphometrics, streams, lakes
Lucian Pârvulescu, Claudia Zaharia, Alina Satmari, Lucian Drăguţ
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1410-1419, (5 November 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/13-077.1
KEYWORDS: Austropotamobius torrentium, boosted regression trees, glacial refuge, noble crayfish, population history, species-distribution modeling
Freshwater Science 32 (4), 1420-1421, (5 November 2013) https://doi.org/10.1899/2161-9565-32.4.1420
No abstract available
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