Eco-DAS Publications

Eco-DAS Publications, 2008-Present

Eco-DAS VIII, 2008

The proceedings of Eco-DAS VIII (2008) were published as an ASLO e-Book, freely available on the ASLO website here.

Eco-DAS IX, 2010

The proceedings of Eco-DAS IX (2010) were published as an ASLO e-Book with one chapter published in the Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin. It is freely available on the ASLO website here.

Eco-DAS X, 2012

The proceedings of Eco-DAS X (2012) were published as an ASLO e-Book, freely available on the ASLO website here.

Eco-DAS XI, 2014

Eco-DAS X (2014) publications appeared in Limnology and Oceanography BulletinOecologiaF1000ResearchLimnology and Oceanography, and Limnology and Oceanography: Letters. All are in open access.

Rebecca G. Asch, Darren J. Pilcher, Sara Rivero-Calle, and Johnna M. Holding. 2016. Demystifying Models: Answers to Ten Common Questions That Ecologists Have About Earth System Models. L&O Bulletin 25(3):65–70

Ashley A. Coble, Rebecca G. Asch, Sara Rivero-Calle, Sarah M. Heerhartz, Johnna M. Holding, Colin T. Kremer, Michael Finiguerra, Kristin E. Strock. 2016. Climate is variable, but is our science? L&O Bulletin 25(3):71–76

Benjamin J. Toscano, Natasha J. Gownaris, Sarah M. Heerhartz, Cristián J. Monaco. 2016. Personality, foraging behavior and specialization: integrating behavioral and food web ecology at the individual level. Oecologia DOI: 10.1007/s00442-016-3648-8

Daigle RM, Monaco CJ and Baldridge AK. 2015. An adaptable toolkit to assess commercial fishery costs and benefits related to marine protected area network design. F1000Research 4:1234.

Kremer, C. T., Williams, A. K., Finiguerra, M., Fong, A. A., Kellerman, A., Paver, S. F., Tolar, B. B. and Toscano, B. J. 2016, Realizing the potential of trait-based aquatic ecology: New tools and collaborative approaches. Limnol. Oceanogr. doi:10.1002/lno.10392

Hundey, E. J., Olker, J. H., Carreira, C., Daigle, R. M., Elgin, A. K., Finiguerra, M., Gownaris, N. J., Hayes, N., Heffner, L., Roxanna Razavi, N., Shirey, P. D., Tolar, B. B. and Wood-Charlson, E. M. 2016, A Shifting Tide: Recommendations for Incorporating Science Communication into Graduate Training. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin, 25: 109–116. doi:10.1002/lob.10151

Hayes, Nicole M., Bridget R. Deemer, Jessica R. Corman, N. Roxanna Razavi, Kristin E. Strock. 2017. Key differences between lakes and reservoirs modify climate signals: A case for a new conceptual model. Limnology and Oceanography Letters 2(2):47-62

Eco-DAS XII, 2016

Eco-DAS XII publications appeared in Environmental EvidenceLimnology and Oceanography Bulletin, and Limnology and Oceanography: Letters.

Tamar Guy-Haim, Harriet Alexander, Tom W. Bell, Raven L. Bier, Lauren E. Bortolotti, Christian Briseño-Avena, Xiaoli Dong, Alison M. Flanagan, Julia Grosse, Lars Grossmann, Sarah Hasnain, Rachel Hovel, Cora A. Johnston, Dan R. Miller, Mario Muscarella, Akana E. Noto, Alexander J. Reisinger, Heidi J. Smith and Karen Stamieszkin. 2017. What are the type, direction, and strength of species, community, and ecosystem responses to warming in aquatic mesocosm studies and their dependency on experimental characteristics? A systematic review protocol. Environmental Evidence 6:6.

Patrick T. Kelly, Tom Bell, Alexander J. Reisinger, Trisha L. Spanbauer, Lauren E. Bortolotti, Jennifer A. Brentrup, Christian Briseño_Avena, Xiaoli Dong, Alison M. Flanagan, Elizabeth M. Follett, Julia Grosse, Tamar Guy_Haim, Meredith A. Holgerson, Rachel A. Hovel, Jessica Y. Luo, Nicole C. Millette, Aric Mine, Mario E. Muscarella, Samantha K. Oliver, Heidi J. Smith. 2017. Ecological Dissertations in the Aquatic Sciences: An Effective Networking and Professional Development Opportunity for Early Career Aquatic Scientists. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 26(2):25-30

Jennifer M. Durden, Jessica Y. Luo, Harriet Alexander, Alison M. Flanagan, Lars Grossmann. 2017. Integrating Big Data into Aquatic Ecology: Challenges and Opportunities. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 26(4):101-108

Nicole C. Millette Julia Grosse Winifred M. Johnson Michelle J. Jungbluth Elizabeth A. Suter. 2018. Hidden in plain sight: The importance of cryptic interactions in marineplankton Limnology and Oceanography: Letters 3:341-356

Kaitlin J. Farrell, Alli N. Cramer, Kelly L. Hondula, Seth K. Thompson, Jacob A. Zwart. 2019. Support of Early‐Career Researchers Supports the Future of ASLO. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin

Eco-DAS XIII, 2018

The 2018 Eco-DAS symposium was the first to branch out into non-traditional publication platforms. Wikiproject Limnology and Oceanography was created to improve Wikipedia pages related to the aquatic sciences. To date, at least 11,600 words have been added and Wikipedia statistics indicate a substantial increase in views of the revised pages - most notably the "Oceanography" and "Limnology" Wikipedia entries. The Wikiproject is remains very active. It was presented at the summer 2019 ESA meeting, the fall 2019 AGU meeting, and the 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting.  Four edit-a-thons have been held and the Wikiproject group is working toward training educators to incorporate Wikipedia editing into the classroom.

Other publications resulting from the 2018 symposium have appeared in FEMS Microbiology Ecology, Ecology Letters, Limnology and Oceanography Letters, Bioscience, Frontiers in Marine Science, and Ecology Letters.

Winifred M. Johnson, Harriet Alexander, Raven L. Bier, Dan R. Miller, Mario E. Muscarella, Kathleen J. Pitz and Heidi Smith. 2020. Auxotrophic interactions: a stabilizing attribute of aquatic microbial communities? FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 96, fiaa115

Tanya L. Rogers, Stephan B. Munch, Simon D. Stewart, Eric P. Palkovacs, Alfredo Giron-Nava, Shin-ichiro S. Matsuzaki, Celia C. Symons. 2020. Trophic control changes with season and nutrient loading in lakes. Ecology Letters 23: 1287–1297

Dustin W. Kincaid, Whitney S. Beck, Jessica E. Brandt, Margaret Mars Brisbin, Kaitlin J. Farrell, Kelly L. Hondula, Erin I. Larson, Arial J. Shogren. 2021. Wikipedia can help resolve information inequality in the aquatic sciences. Limnology and Oceanography Letters 6, 2021, 18–23

Anastasia C. E. Quintana, Alfredo Giron-Nava, Samuel Urmy, Alli N. Cramer, Santiago Domínguez-Sánchez, Salvador Rodríguez-Van Dyck, Octavio Aburto-Oropeza, Xavier Basurto, and Amy Hudson Weaver. 2021. Positive Social-Ecological Feedbacks in Community-Based Conservation. Frontiers in Marine Science, doi: 10.3389/fmars.2021.652318

Lillian R. Aoki , Margaret Mars Brisbin, Alexandria G. Houshell, Dustin W. Kincaid, Erin I. Larson, Brandon J. sansom, Arial J. Shogren, Rachel S. Smith, Jenna Sullivan-Stack. 2022. Preparing Aquatic Research for an Extreme Future: Call for Improved Definitions and Responsive, Multidisciplinary Approaches. BioScience 72: 508–520

Samuel S. Urmy, Alli N. Cramer, Tanya L. Rogers, Jenna Sullivan-Stack, Marian Schmidt, Simon D. Stewart, Celia C. Simons. 2022. When are bacteria really gazelles? Comparing patchy ecologies with dimensionless numbers. Ecology Letters. 2022;25:1323–1341.

Eco-DAS XIV, 2021

Working groups formed during the symposium have made excellent progress  toward manuscripts over the past year (see Works in Progress below).  Additionally, a group of 2021 Eco-DAS attendees published an opinion article in Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin:

Anwesha Ghosh, Andrew L. Robison, Ariana M. Chiapella, Brittni L. Bertolet, Corday Selden, Danielle Perry, Hannah G. Reich, Isabella Oleksy, Jana Isanta-Navarro, Kelly S. Aho, Laura Ganley, Laura M.V. Soares, Liam Heffernan, Matthew Sasaki, Nicholas E Ray, Ohad Peleg, Patricia Thibodeau, Paula C.J. Reis, Pfananani A. Ramulifho, Rebecca L. Maher, Richard LaBrie , and Shannon L. Speir. 2022. Ecological Dissertations in the Aquatic Sciences: An Effective Platform for Developing Professional Collaborations Among Early Career Aquatic Scientists. 2022. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin.

Works in Progress

Review and meta-analysis on nutritional contributions from plankton and nekton feces

Microbial Biogeochemistry

Biogeochemical Sustainability in Aquatic Ecosystems: A Definition, Examples, and Societal Implications


Organic matter reactivity

Climate Feedbacks

Extreme events

Water temperature metrics to monitor change

Interactions, aggregation, and enzymes

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