Freshwater-specific journals (7): Aquatic Sciences, Freshwater Biology, Freshwater Science, Hydrobiologia, Limnology and Oceanography, Marine and Freshwater Research, River Research and Applications
Broad-based journals (8): Ecological Applications, Ecology Letters, Journal of Applied Ecology, Nature, Oecologia Oikos, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, Trends in Ecology and Evolution
Rodríguez-Flores, P. C., Y. Jiménez-Ruiz, L. Forró, J. Vörös, and M. García-París. Non-congruent geographic patterns of genetic divergence across European species of Branchinecta (Anostraca: Branchinectidae). Hydrobiologia.
Zhang, C., G. Liu, Z. Song, D. Qu, L. Fang, and L. Deng. Natural succession on abandoned cropland effectively decreases the soil erodibility and improves the fungal diversity. Ecological Applications.
Bock, M., J. Schmitt, J. Beck, B. Seth, J. Chappellaz, and H. Fischer. Glacial/interglacial wetland, biomass burning, and geologic methane emissions constrained by dual stable isotopic CH4 ice core records. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Karunarathna, S., T. Surasinghe, M. Madawala, R. Somaweera, and A. A. T. Amarasinghe. Ecological and behavioural traits of the Sri Lankan water monitor (Varanus salvator) in an urban landscape of Western Province, Sri Lanka. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Management and Restoration
Landsman, S. J., A. D. M. Wilson, S. J. Cooke, and M. R. van den Heuvel. Fishway passage success for migratory rainbow smelt Osmerus mordax is not dictated by behavioural type. River Research and Applications.
Pereda, O., M. Arroita, I. Aristi, L. Flores, A. Larrañaga, and A. Elosegi. Effects of aeration, sediment grain size and burial on stream litter breakdown and consumer performance: a microcosm study. Marine and Freshwater Research.
Rodrigues, L. C., B. M. Pivato, L. C. G. Vieira, V. M. Bovo-Scomparin, J. C. Bortolini, A. Pineda, and S. Train. Use of phytoplankton functional groups as a model of spatial and temporal patterns in reservoirs: a case study in a reservoir of central Brazil. Hydrobiologia.
Rovelli, L., K. M. Attard, A. Binley, C. M. Heppell, H. Stahl, M. Trimmer, and R. N. Glud. Reach-scale river metabolism across contrasting sub-catchment geologies: Effect of light and hydrology. Limnology and Oceanography.
Larson, J. H., W. B. Richardson, J. M. Vallazza, L. A. Bartsch, and M. R. Bartsch. Erratum to: Using a gradient in food quality to infer drivers of fatty acid content in two filter-feeding aquatic consumers. Aquatic Sciences.
Leopold, D. R., J. P. Wilkie, I. A. Dickie, R. B. Allen, P. K. Buchanan, and T. Fukami. Priority effects are interactively regulated by top-down and bottom-up forces: evidence from wood decomposer communities. Ecology Letters.