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Inland Waters

Inland Waters: Journal of the International Society of Limnology

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ISSN 2044-205X (online), 2044-2041 (print)

Editor: John R. Jones
Senior Associate Editor: David Hamilton

Journal website: www.fba.org.uk/journals

Inland Waters is a new peer-reviewed journal for original papers that advance our understanding of inland aquatic ecosystems and their management.

The new journal replaces Verhandlungen, but will remain as faithful as possible to the niche that SIL occupies, with encouragement of a worldwide set of authors and short (except for papers arising from named and plenary talks at Congresses), rapidly published papers. Inland Waters is an ‘online first’ journal, publishing papers online as they are accepted, and then in four print issues per year. It is published by the Freshwater Biological Association.

The first two issues have been published online. See their contents below.

SUBSCRIPTION / MEMBERSHIP

The journal is available through membership of SIL (with free online access to SIL members) and by subscription.

Subscription rates:

For subscription and membership enquiries, please email journal@limnology.org

CALL FOR PAPERS

Authors are invited to prepare manuscripts for submission. All aspects of physical, chemical, and biological limnology are appropriate, as are papers on applied and regional limnology.

Specific inquiries from authors should be directed to the Editor:

Editor-in-Chief, Inland Waters
John R. Jones
Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
School of Natural Resources
302 Anheuser-Busch Natural Resources Building
University of Missouri-Columbia
Columbia, Missouri 65211-7240
USA
Email: jonesj@missouri.edu

MANUSCRIPT SUBMISSION

Manuscript submission is online via the FBA’s electronic submission and tracking system: www.fba.org.uk/journals

EDITORIAL BOARD

Editor-in-Chief
John R. Jones
Senior Associate Editor
David Hamilton
Associate Editors
Rita Adrian
Michele Burford
David da Motta Marques
John Downing
Paul Hanson
Anne Hershey
Bas Ibelings
Vera Istvánovics
Dean Jacobsen
Erik Jeppesen
Christian Kamenik
Bomchul Kim
Pirkko Kortelainen
Michio Kumagai
Peter Leavitt
David Livingstone
Stephen Maberly
Sally MacIntyre
Marianne Moore
Martin Søndergaard
Morten Søndergaard
Susie Wood
Zhengwen Liu
Tamar Zohary

AIMS & SCOPE

Inland Waters – Journal of the International Society of Limnology (SIL) is the peer-reviewed, scholarly outlet for original papers that advance science within the framework of the society. The journal promotes understanding of inland aquatic ecosystems and their management.

The journal aims to publish:

  • a set of internationally diverse limnological submissions that serve the needs of SIL. Subject matter parallels the content of SIL Congresses, and submissions based on presentations are encouraged. All aspects of physical, chemical, and biological limnology across organizational levels from autecology to ecosystem studies are appropriate, as are papers on applied and regional limnology.
  • articles resulting from plenary lectures presented at SIL Congresses and occasional synthesis articles.
  • issues dedicated to a particular theme, specific water body, or aquatic ecosystem in a geographical area.

Inland Waters publishes standard manuscripts of about 5000 words (with appropriate tables and figures) and focal articles entitled “Research Briefs” (<2500 words, with limited tables and figures). Review and publication of these short articles are fast-tracked to accelerate communication of emerging issues, novel findings, and advance scholarly exchange.

Inland Waters is published consecutively (as papers are accepted for publication) online and in paper format in 4 printed issues per year. It is published and maintained by the Freshwater Biological Association (FBA). Access to the electronic version is provided to all SIL members and subscribers, and printed issues are available for an extra charge.

Publication is not restricted to SIL members.

Manuscripts suitable for publishing in Inland Waters:

  • contain original material or contemporary reviews – material must not be published elsewhere in any medium, either by the authors or others, and must not be currently under consideration for publication in any other medium.
  • focus on the core aims and scope of the journal.
  • are scientifically sound – should contain all essential features of a scientific contribution such as sound data base, sample design, statistical analysis, and interpretation.
  • are written in English – should be composed in a clear, direct style (attention to details of language avoids misunderstandings; authors who are not native-speakers of English are encouraged to seek help before submission).
  • are submitted in electronic format – see Author Guidelines for details (in two parts: Part 1 Style, Part 2 Submission).

AUTHOR GUIDELINES

Author guidelines for manuscripts submitted to Inland Waters are available on the web site of the Freshwater Biological Association.

https://www.fba.org.uk/journals/index.php/IW/about/submissions#authorGuidelines

CONTENTS

Link to:
Current Issue

To view abstracts/articles, log in to the journal website at https://www.fba.org.uk/journals/index.php/IW. Abstracts and are open to all; full text articles are available to SIL members and registered subscribers. Research Briefs are also open access, as are the plenary lectures in Volume 1(1).


Inland Waters, Vol 1, No 1 (2011)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

1-28 WM Lewis Jr Global primary production of lakes: 19th Baldi Memorial Lecture [Abstract]
29-46 RW Sterner C:N:P stoichiometry in Lake Superior: freshwater sea as end member [Abstract]
47-59

T Zohary,
I Ostrovsky

Do water level fluctuations matter? [Abstract]
61-73 JF Talling Some distinctive subject contributions from tropical Africa to fundamental science of inland waters [Abstract]

Inland Waters, Vol 1, No 2 (2011)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

74-80 M Elsaholi,
E Hannigan,
M Kelly-Quinn
Nutrient and light limitation of periphyton in selected streams in Ireland [Abstract]
81-91 E Willen,
G Ahlgren,
G Tilahun,
L Spoof,
M-R Neffling, J Meriluoto
Cyanotoxin production in seven Ethiopian Rift Valley lakes [Abstract]
93-99

GE Likens

Limnological measures related to climate change in the Hubbard Brook Valley, USA [Abstract]
101-105 B Moss,
S Kosten,
M Meerhoff
et al.
Allied attack: climate change and eutrophication [Abstract]
107-112 KE Havens,
JR Beaver
Body size versus taxonomy in relating crustacean zooplankton communities to water quality in lakes [Abstract]
113-123 J Bastien,
M Demarty,
A Tremblay
CO2 and CH4 diffusive and degassing emissions from 2003 to 2009 at Eastmain 1 hydroelectric reservoir, Quebec, Canada [Abstract]
125-132 MB Balmer,
JA Downing
Carbon dioxide concentrations in eutrophic lakes: undersaturation implies atmospheric uptake [Abstract]
133-145 SL Hines,
AE Hershey
Do channel restoration structures promote ammonium uptake and improve macroinvertebrate-based water quality classification in urban streams? [Abstract]

Inland Waters, Vol 1, No 3 (2011)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

146-157

SS Snorrason
HJ Malmquist,
HB Ingolfsdottir,
 Ingimundardottir,
JS Olafsson

Effects of geothermal effluents on macrobenthic communities in a pristine sub-arctic lake [Abstract]

159-176

KT Aldridge
S Lamontagne
BM Deegan,
JD Brookes

Impact of a drought on nutrient concentrations in the Lower Lakes (Murray Darling Basin, Australia) [Abstract]

177-184

S Sobek,
J Nisell,
J Folster

Predicting the depth and volume of lakes from map-derived parameters [Abstract]

Inland Waters, Vol 2, No 1 (2012)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

1-9

HM Barber-James,
J-L Gattolliat

How well are Afrotropical mayflies known? Status of current knowledge, practical applications and future directions [Abstract]

11-15

A Magana,
M Dobson,
J Mathooko

Modifying Surber sampling technique increases capture of freshwater crabs in African upland streams [Abstract]

17-22

SA Wood,
DR Dietrich,
SC Cary,
DP Hamilton

Increasing Microcystis cell density enhances microcystin synthesis: a mesocosm study [Abstract]

23-36

RK Gelda,
SW Effler,
DA Matthews,
EM Owens,
CA Hurteau,
SC Chapra,
MT Auer,
RK Gawde

Calibration and application of a sediment accumulation rate model – a case study [Abstract]

37-46

OI Okogwu,
AO Ugwumba

Response of phytoplankton functional groups to fluctuating water level in two shallow floodplain lakes in Cross River, Nigeria [Abstract]

47-58

L Cocchiglia,
S Curran,
E Hannigan,
P Purcell,
M Kelly-Quinn

Evaluation of the effects of fine sediment inputs from stream culverts on brown trout egg survival through field and laboratory assessments [Abstract]

Inland Waters, Vol 2, No 2 (2012)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

59-76

AS Medeiros,
RG Biastoch,
CE Luszczek,
XA Wang,
DCG Muir,
R Quinlan

Patterns in the limnology of lakes and ponds across multiple local and regional environmental gradients in the eastern Canadian Arctic [Abstract]

77-88

T Gentzel,
AE Hershey,
PA Rublee,
SC Whalen

Net sediment production of methane, distribution of methanogens and methane-oxidizing bacteria, and utilization of methane-derived carbon in an arctic lake [Abstract]

89-100

AW Davie,
SM Mitrovic,
R Lim

Succession and accrual of benthic algae on cobbles of an upland river following scouring [Abstract]

101-108

JR Beaver,
KC Scotese,
AD Minerovic,
KM Buccier,
CE Tausz,
WB Clapham

Ecoregion, land use and phytoplankton relationships in productive Ohio reservoirs [Abstract]

Inland Waters, Vol 2, No 3 (2012)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

109-118

J Blair,
BJ Hicks

Otolith microchemistry of koi carp in the Waikato region, New Zealand: a tool for identifying recruitment locations? [Abstract]

119-128

E Sikar,
B Matvienko,
MA dos Santos,
S Patchineelam,
E Santos,
M Silva,
C Rocha,
A Cimbleris,
LP Rosa

Silicon as a permanent-carbon sedimentation tracer [Abstract]

129-136

H Yamanaka,
T Minamoto,
D Wu,
H Kong,
Z Wei,
B Liu,
Z Kawabata

Spatial-temporal analysis of water temperatures during spring in Lake Erhai, China: implications for fisheries [Abstract]

137-146 K Haggqvist,
T Lindholm
Phytoplankton dynamics in a shallow lake dominated by common water milfoil [Abstract]

147-162

GK Nurnberg,
M Tarvainen,
A-M Ventela,
J Sarvala

Internal phosphorus load estimation during biomanipulation in a large polymictic and mesotrophic lake [Abstract]

Inland Waters, Vol 2, No 4 (2012)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

163-176

R Gudmundsdottir,
S Palsson,
GM Gislason,
J Olafsson,
B Moss

Variation in diatom and bryophyte communities along a temperature gradient in sub-Arctic streams: model surrogates for trends in larger ecosystems? [Abstract]

177-184 Edward G Stets,
Rob G Striegl
Carbon export by rivers draining the conterminous United States [Abstract]
185-192 Priyanesh Muhid,
Michele A Burford
Assessing nutrient limitation in a subtropical reservoir [Abstract]
193-198 Chase Julian Brosseau et al. Do Daphnia use metalimnetic organic matter in a north temperate lake? An analysis of vertical migration [Abstract]
199-209 Joseph L. Ravet,
Jonas Persson,
Michael T. Brett
Threshold dietary polyunsaturated fatty acid concentrations for Daphnia pulex growth and reproduction [Abstract]
211-228 Steven W Effler et al. Optical characterization and tests of closure for Oneida Lake, New York, U.S.A. [Abstract]
229-236 J.A. Downing et al. Global abundance and size distribution of streams and rivers [Abstract]

Inland Waters, Vol 3, No 1 (2013)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

1-14

Huaxia Yao, James A Rusak et al.

The interplay of local and regional factors in generating temporal changes in the ice phenology of Dickie Lake, south-central Ontario, Canada [Abstract]

15-24 Merja Pulkkanen, Kalevi Salonen Accumulation of low-oxygen water in deep waters of ice-covered lakes cooled below 4°C [Abstract]
25-38 Feng Peng, Steven W Effler Light scattering and Secchi depth in an oligotrophic lake: insights from an individual particle analysis technique [Abstract]
39-46 Brady Pittman, John R Jones, Joshua J Millspaugh, Robert J Kremer, John A Downing Sediment organic carbon distribution in four small northern Missouri impoundments: implications for sampling and carbon sequestration [Abstract]
47-50 Michelle E Palmer, Veronique P Hiriart-Baer, Rebecca L North, Michael D Rennie Preface to special theme, part 1: Toward a better understanding of Lake Simcoe through integrative and collaborative monitoring and research [Abstract]
51-74 Rebecca L North, D Barton, et al. The state of Lake Simcoe (Ontario, Canada): the effects of multiple stressors on phosphorus and oxygen dynamics [Abstract]
75-92 Noreen E Kelly, Joelle D Young, Jennifer G Winter, Norman D Yan Dynamics of the invasive spiny water flea, Bythotrephes longimanus, in Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada [Abstract]
93-104 Izhar UH Khan, Stephen Hill, et al. Investigation of the prevalence of thermophilic Campylobacter species at Lake Simcoe recreational beaches [Abstract]
105-118 Pei Sun Loh, Lewis A Molot, Gertrud K. Nurnberg, Susan B Watson, Brian Ginn Evaluating relationships between sediment chemistry and anoxic phosphorus and iron release across three different water bodies [Abstract]

Inland Waters, Vol 3, No 2 (2013)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

119-124

Michelle Elaine Palmer, Véronique P Hiriart-Baer, Rebecca L North, Michael D Rennie

PREFACE TO SPECIAL THEME, PART 2: Summary of Lake Simcoe's past, present and future [Abstract]

125-138 James W Roy, Amanda Malenica Nutrients and toxic contaminants in shallow groundwater along Lake Simcoe urban shorelines [Abstract]
139-152 Veronique Hiriart-Baer, Caren Binding, Todd E Howell Dissolved organic matter quantity and quality in Lake Simcoe compared to two other large lakes in southern Ontario [Abstract]
153-166 Lee Weiss, Eleanor A Stainsby, Bahram Gharabaghi, Jesse Thé, Jennifer G Winter Mapping key agricultural sources of dust emissions within the Lake Simcoe airshed [Abstract]
167-178 William R. Trenouth, Bahram Gharabaghi, Andrea Bradford, Glenn MacMillan Better management of construction sites to protect inland waters [Abstract]
179-186 Jennifer J Miles, Peter J Dillon, Catherine M Eimers, Rebecca North Spatial distribution and temporal variability in the forms of phosphorus in the Beaver River subwatershed of Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada [Abstract]
187-206 Helen Margaret Baulch, Martyn N Futter, Li Jin, Paul G Whitehead, David T Woods, Peter J Dillon, Dan A Butterfield, Stephen K Oni, Lance P Aspden, Eavan M O'Connor, Jill Crossman Phosphorus dynamics across intensively monitored subcatchments in the Beaver River [Abstract]
207-220 Li Jin, Paul G Whitehead, Helen M Baulch, Peter J Dillon, Dan A Butterfield, Stephen K Oni, Martyn N Futter, Jill Crossman, Eavan M O'Connor Modelling phosphorus in Lake Simcoe and its subcatchments: scenario analysis to assess alternative management strategies [Abstract]
221-234 Rebecca Lee North, Jennifer G. Winter, Peter J. Dillon Nutrient indicators of agricultural impacts in the tributaries of a large lake [Abstract]
235-252 Christina J Quinn, Rebecca L North, Peter J Dillon Year-round patterns in bacterial production and biomass in Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada: are heterotrophic bacteria a significant contributor to low hypolimnetic oxygen? [Abstract]
253-268 Stephanie Guildford, David Depew, Ted Ozersky, Robert Hecky, Ralph Smith Nearshore–offshore differences in planktonic chlorophyll and phytoplankton nutrient status after dreissenid establishment in a large shallow lake [Abstract]
269-284 Astrid Schwalb, Damien Bouffard, Tedy Ozersky, Leon Boegman, Ralph Elliott Henry Smith Impacts of hydrodynamics and benthic communities on phytoplankton distributions in a large, dreissenid-colonized lake (Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada) [Abstract]
285-296 Kamila Baranowska, Rebecca Lee North, Jennifer Winter, Peter Dillon Long-term seasonal effects of dreissenid mussels on phytoplankton in Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada [Abstract]
297-310 Michael David Rennie, David O Evans, Joelle D Young Increased dependence on nearshore benthic resources in the Lake Simcoe ecosystem after dreissenid invasion [Abstract]

Inland Waters, Vol 3, No 3 (2013)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

311-320

Yves Prairie, Paul del Giorgio

A new pathway of freshwater methane emissions and the putative importance of microbubbles [Abstract]

321-330 Keith J Price, Hunter J Carrick Effects of physical disturbance on phosphorus uptake in temperate stream biofilms [Abstract]
331-340 Mekonen Teferi, Steven A.J. Declerck, Tom De Bie, Abraha Gebrekidan, Tsehaye Asmelash, Tadesse Dejenie, Hans Bauer, Jozef Deckers, Jos Snoeks, Luc De Meester The ecology of the riverine Garra species (Teleostei, Cypriniformes) in reservoirs of the semi-arid highlands of northern Ethiopia: temporal dynamics of feeding activity [Abstract]
341-350 Ryan P North, David M Livingstone, Renata E Hari, Oliver Köster, Pius Niederhauser, Rolf Kipfer The physical impact of the late 1980s climate regime shift on Swiss rivers and lakes [Abstract]
351-358 Roger W Bachmann, Mark V Hoyer, Daniel E Canfield Effects of pH and specific conductance confound the use of the Florida Lake Vegetation Index to identify anthropogenic eutrophication [Abstract]
359-368 Nicholas Wu, Konrad Górski, Adam Joshua Daniel Relative importance of floodplain habitats in recruitment of native and non-native fish in the lower Waikato River, New Zealand [Abstract]
369-376 Justin Dean Brookes, Katherine R. O'Brien, Michele A. Burford, Denise A. Bruesewitz, Ben R. Hodges, Chris McBride, David P. Hamilton Diurnal vertical mixing and stratification, and effects on phytoplankton productivity in geothermal Lake Rotowhero, New Zealand [Abstract]
377-390 Rakesh K Gelda, Steven W Effler, Anthony R Prestigiacomo, Feng Peng, Adam J.P. Effler, Bruce A Wagner, MaryGail Perkins, David M O'Donnell, Susan M O'Donnell, Donald C Pierson Characterizations and modeling of turbidity in a water supply reservoir following an extreme runoff event [Abstract]

Inland Waters, Vol 3, No 4 (2013)

Pages

Author(s)

Title

391-410

Robert Joseph Naiman

Socio-ecological complexity and the restoration of river ecosystems [Abstract]

411-420 Catherine Leigh, Terence M Reis, Fran Sheldon High potential subsidy of dry-season aquatic fauna to consumers in riparian zones of wet–dry tropical rivers [Abstract]
421-436 R Christian Jones, Alexander P Graziano Diel and seasonal patterns in water quality continuously monitored at a fixed site on the tidal freshwater Potomac River [Abstract]
437-450 Willemijntje Elise Penning, Lara Pozzato, Thomas Vijverberg, Ruurd Noordhuis, Abraham Bij de Vaate, Ellen Van Donk, Miguel Dionisio Pires Effects of Suspended Sediments on Seston Food Quality for Zebra Mussels in Lake Markermeer, The Netherlands [Abstract]
451-458 Mohamed Salem Elsaholi, Mary Kelly-Quinn The effect of nutrient concentrations and ratios on periphyton biomass in low conductivity streams: implications for determination of nutrient limitation [Abstract]
459-472 Jay Y.S. Hodgson, Amelia K. Ward, Clifford N. Dahm An independently corroborated, diatom-inferred record of long-term drought cycles occurring over the last two millennia in New Mexico, USA [Abstract]
473-486 Nandakumar Kanavillil, Sreekumari Kurissery Temporal variation of periphyton communities: a 3-year study from northwest Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada [Abstract]

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