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Poised to prosper? A cross-system comparison of climate change effects on native and non-native species performance

Cascade J. B. Sorte, Ines Ibáñez, Dana M. Blumenthal, Nicole A. Molinari, Luke P. Miller, Edwin D. Grosholz, Jeffrey M. Diez, Carla M. D'Antonio, Julian D. Olden, Sierra J. Jones, Jeffrey S. Dukes, Katharine Suding
2012 Ecology Letters  
We compiled a database of studies in aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems that reported performance measures of non-native (157 species) and co-occurring native species (204 species) under different temperature  ...  Distribution of life forms is given as the percentage of studies for each driver and system combination focused on plants; the rest of the studies are of animals.  ...  Bracken for analytical assistance and comments.  ... 
doi:10.1111/ele.12017 pmid:23062213 fatcat:ohqx2f7wqfhc7h237ymqd5m2c4

Watershed geomorphology modifies the sensitivity of aquatic ecosystem metabolism to temperature

K J Jankowski, D E Schindler
2019 Scientific Reports  
We propose that geomorphology controls the distribution and quality of organic material that forms the metabolic base of aquatic ecosystems, thereby controlling the response of aquatic ecosystem metabolism  ...  Aquatic ecosystems transport substantial quantities of carbon to the atmosphere and ocean, yet we have limited understanding of how temperature modifies aquatic ecosystem metabolic processes and contributions  ...  Teresa Z' Amar provided technical assistance with updating and implementing the Bayesian model.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41598-019-53703-3 pmid:31772340 pmcid:PMC6879538 fatcat:qsznb4xcwnb2xa644avagbmffy

Non-additive effects of foundation species determine the response of aquatic ecosystems to nutrient perturbation

Moritz D Lürig, Anita Narwani, Hannele Penson, Bernhard Wehrli, Piet Spaak, Blake Matthews
2021 Ecology  
Foundation species, namely those that play a central role in the structuring of communities and functioning of ecosystems, are likely important for the resilience of aquatic ecosystems in the face of disturbance  ...  We used automated sondes to model whole-ecosystem metabolism, and to measure multiple ecosystems properties at high frequency (15min intervals), including phytoplankton and dissolved organic matter fluorescence  ...  Lürig was funded by the Center for Adaptation to a Changing Environment (ACE) at ETH Zürich, and by the Aquatic Ecology Department at Eawag.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ecy.3371 pmid:33961284 fatcat:qdsii3yjvjaqdgwcfa2hwr45sa

Stated Preferences for Intermediate versus Final Ecosystem Services: Disentangling Willingness to Pay for Omitted Outcomes

Robert J. Johnston, Eric T. Schultz, Kathleen Segerson, Elena Y. Besedin, Mahesh Ramachandran
2013 Agricultural and Resource Economics Review  
This work clarifies distinctions between intermediate and final ecosystem services within stated preference valuation and develops a structural model by which to infer respondents' speculations when a  ...  The model also derives implications for welfare estimates. Methods and results are illustrated using an application of choice experiments to fish restoration in Rhode Island's Pawtuxet watershed.  ...  for aquatic ecosystem services.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1068280500007644 fatcat:bn3vqia3b5aifpnj3jas2r6lxy

Ecological state evaluation of lake ecosystems revisited: Latent variables with kSVM algorithm approach for assessment automatization and data comprehension

Grzegorz Chrobak, Tomasz Kowalczyk, Thomas B. Fischer, Szymon Szewrański, Katarzyna Chrobak, Jan K. Kazak
2021 Ecological Indicators  
Automated and reproducible methodology for assessing the ecological condition of lakes is essential for effective monitoring and facilitating the decision-making process aimed at achieving the stated environmental  ...  ecosystem-oriented ecological decision making.  ...  The following parameters were chosen for the function arguments: The number of components retained for the PCA was chosen based on Mean Square Prediction Error (MSPE) value, computed for each number of  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2021.107567 fatcat:qekw74oixfeqre4jsoxcwl6k74

Eco‐evolutionary dynamics driven by fishing: From single species models to dynamic evolution within complex food webs

Tommi Perälä, Anna Kuparinen
2020 Evolutionary Applications  
In the present study, we focus on modelling approaches to simulate eco-evolutionary dynamics of fishes and their ecosystems.  ...  Aquatic systems provide a good setting to study eco-evolutionary dynamics owing to a wealth of long-term monitoring data and the detected trends in fish life-history traits across intensively harvested  ...  The ATN model parameterized for Lake Constance further suggested that reduction in fish body size can destabilize entire ecosystems .  ... 
doi:10.1111/eva.13058 pmid:33294005 pmcid:PMC7691468 fatcat:rbfpsng7rzajfkn22zrnogffim

Using time-varying asymptotic length and body condition of top piscivores to indicate ecosystem regime shift in the main basin of Lake Huron: a Bayesian hierarchical modeling approach

Ji X. He, James R. Bence, Edward F. Roseman, David G. Fielder, Mark P. Ebener
2016 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences  
/cjfas-pubs Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Using time-varying asymptotic length and body condition of top 1 piscivores to indicate ecosystem regime shift in the main basin of Lake 2  ...  Keyword: regime shift, time-varying growth and body condition, top predator and ecosystem stability, fisheries management, Bayesian hierarchical modeling and inference https://mc06.manuscriptcentral.com  ...  values are estimated medians (or geometric means) of their distributions. Based on hyper-prior distributions for the listed parameters or hyper parameters. N indicated 120 normal distribution.  ... 
doi:10.1139/cjfas-2015-0235 fatcat:f35ilse7y5b6bn6hhmclad5d6i

Global distribution of dissolved organic matter along the aquatic continuum: Across rivers, lakes and oceans

Philippe Massicotte, Eero Asmala, Colin Stedmon, Stiig Markager
2017 Science of the Total Environment  
Based on reported wavelengths, a total of 24 linear models were made (Supplementary we calculated mean values of DOC and a CDOM (254) in both freshwater (salinity = 0) and marine ecosystem end members  ...  The motivation to use these two overlapping indices is the fact that the latter parameter is commonly used to parametrize bio-optical models which can be of interest for the community.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2017.07.076 pmid:28738200 fatcat:hqhaop66kvdvvm4l3ganfjiy3i

Measuring Lotic Ecosystem Responses to Nutrients: A Mismatch that Limits the Synthesis and Application of Experimental Studies to Management

Micah G. Bennett, Sylvia S. Lee
2019 Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin  
" waters with designated uses for aquatic life, aesthetics, swimming/contact recreation, boating, fishing and other recreation.  ...  Applies to open coastal waters which includes rivers and streams under some tidal influence. f Applies to fish propagation and trout waters. g Applies to scenic rivers statewide. h Applies to "ecological  ...  Thomas, and L. Yuan for valuable feedback on earlier drafts. The views expressed in this publication are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S.  ... 
doi:10.1002/lob.10293 pmid:31024221 pmcid:PMC6475923 fatcat:crg2rdglvfhobedtbmltic4624

A systematic approach for modelling quantitative lake ecosystem data to facilitate proactive urban lake management

Aaron N Wiegand, Christopher Walker, Peter F Duncan, Anne Roiko, Neil Tindale
2013 Environmental Systems Research  
Conclusions: The sensitivity analysis and case study indicate that the model identifies how changes in individual monitoring parameters result in changes in overall ecosystem health, and thus illustrates  ...  the overall ecosystem health, while also identifying the likely source and scale of pressure for remedial management action.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors gratefully acknowledge and thank the Sunshine Coast Council for the financial support provided towards a monitoring study of lake ecosystem health, from which some data are  ... 
doi:10.1186/2193-2697-2-3 fatcat:lvlvji64wjei7h3i5hqlwapfu4

Scaling relationships among drivers of aquatic respiration in temperate lakes: from the smallest to the largest freshwater ecosystems

Ed Hall, Don Schoolmaster Jr., Andre Amado, Edward Stets, Jay Lennon, Leah Domine, Jim Cotner
2016 INLAND WATERS  
Acknowledgements AMA and JBC are thankful to the R/V Blue Heron Crew for field help and AMA to CNPq-Brazil for the SPS.  ...  Weeedman, and M. Zylstra provided invaluable assistance with sampling and fieldwork.  ...  Based on the strong prior support for the existence of the relationship between phosphorus and PR (e.g., Smith and Prairie 2004) , and because it was marginally significant in our analysis, we retained  ... 
doi:10.5268/iw-6.1.839 fatcat:fvu4ni6zgbdadinsuazm2ipwqy

Ecosystem size and flooding drive trophic dynamics of riparian spiders in a fire-prone Sierra Nevada river system

Breeanne K. Jackson, S. Mažeika P. Sullivan
2018 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences  
Supplementary Material Path Model Results We developed one plausible path model for each response variable based on our a priori hypotheses and the results of model selection, with measures of ecosystem  ...  Models were based on predicted relationships and further informed by model-selection analysis and ecological plausibility.  ... 
doi:10.1139/cjfas-2017-0045 fatcat:xwcsw6sr3jcwbfiwkpame3brae

Seasonal and spatial variations of stream insect emergence in an intensive agricultural landscape

Julien Raitif, Manuel Plantegenest, Océane Agator, C. Piscart, Jean-Marc Roussel
2018 Science of the Total Environment  
This suggests a significant flux of aquatic 21 nutrients to agroecosystems and the need for future studies of its potential influence on the 22 ecosystem services provided to agriculture. 23 24 3  ...  the year with taxon-specific patterns · Several parameters linked to agriculture influenced emerging DM of aquatic insects · We estimated potential deposit of aquatic subsidies on land at 4.5 kg DM.ha  ...  Null models are intercept-only models, which have no fixed parameter and the same random structure as fitted models. They are used as bases of comparison against fitted models for AICc and R².  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.07.021 pmid:29990909 fatcat:frvq2hjq6ndylifiqpsxftzzxi

Retention and transport of nutrients in a mature agricultural impoundment

S. M. Powers, J. P. Julian, M. W. Doyle, E. H. Stanley
2013 Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences  
The impoundment was a persistent net sink for sulfate and, during the warm season only, a net sink for nitrate, ammonium, and soluble reactive phosphorus.  ...  1] Small impoundments intended for irrigation, livestock watering, and hydropower are numerous in agricultural regions of the world.  ...  We thank Bill Ginsler and Larry Hamele for generous site access, and Helen Sarakinos and Marty Melchior for assistance initiating the study. Laboratory assistance and field assistance were  ... 
doi:10.1029/2012jg002148 fatcat:3gqrjkqxkvhsthp4vpip67ebfq

Examining nonstationarity in the recruitment dynamics of fishes using Bayesian change point analysis

Tommi A. Perälä, Douglas P. Swain, Anna Kuparinen
2017 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences  
We present a novel 17 method for fitting stock-recruitment models using the Bayesian online change point 18 detection algorithm, which is able to cope with sudden changes in the model parameters. 19 We  ...  The detected shifts in the recruitment dynamics result 23 in clearly different parameter distributions and recruitment predictions between the 24 regimes.  ...  They are invariant to the choice of model parameterization, and produce flat prior 341 predictive distributions.  ... 
doi:10.1139/cjfas-2016-0177 fatcat:ykrjyltwcze4rchfiiiavua47y
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