Publications

Publications

Publications in journals

Corti R. & Datry T. 2015. Terrestrial and aquatic invertebrates in the riverbed of an intermittent river: parallels and contrasts in community organisation. Freshwater Biology, Doi: 10.1111/fwb.12692.

Datry T., Pella H., Leigh C., Bonada N., Hugueny B. 2016 A landscape approach to advance intermittent river ecology. Freshwater Biology doi:10.1111/fwb.12645

Leigh C, Bonada N, Boulton AJ, Hugueny B, Larned S, Vander Vorste R, Datry T 20156 Invertebrate community responses and the dual roles of resistance and resilience to drying in intermittent rivers. Aquatic Sciences. doi: 10.1007/s00027-015-0427-2

Leigh C., Datry T. 2016. Drying as a primary hydrological determinant of biodiversity in river systems: a broad scale analysis. Ecography, in press.

Datry T., Boulton A.J., Bonada N., Fritz K., Leigh C., Sauquet E., Hugueny B., Tockner K., Dahm C.D. Flow intermittence and ecosystem services in non-perennial rivers of the Anthropocene. Frontiers in Ecology & the Environment (in review)

Soria, M.; Leigh, C.; Datry, T.; Bini, M. & Bonada, N. Biodiversity in intermittent rivers: a meta-analysis. Hydrobiologia (in review).

Bonada, N.; Leigh, C.; Carlson, S.; Finn, D.; Lytle, D.A.; Monaghan, M.T. & Tedesco, P.; Hugueny, B. & Datry, T. (in prep.). An eco-evolutionary perspective of freshwater ecosystems. Biological Reviews (in prep.)

Sauquet E., Dahm C.D., Bonada N., Leigh C., & Datry, T. Location and flow regime of intermittent rivers: a global perspective. Hydrological processes(in prep.)

Datry T., Larned S.T., Tockner K. 2014. Intermittent river: a challenge for freshwater ecology. BioScience 64: 229-235.

Acuña V., Datry T., Marshall J., Dahm C.N., Ginebrela A., McGregor G., Sabater S., Tockner K., Palmer M.A., 2014. Why Should We Care about Temporary Waterways? Science 343, March 2014, 1080-108.

Boulton A.J., 2014. Conservation of ephemeral streams and their ecosystem services: what are we missing?. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 24(6), 733-738.

Leigh C., Boulton A.J., J.L. Courtwright T., T. Fritz K., May C.L., Walker R.H. Datry T. 2015. The ecology and management of intermittent rivers: an historical review and future directions. Freshwater Biology. doi: 10.1111/fwb.12646

Datry T., Bonada N., Heino J. 2016. Towards understanding metacommunity organisation in highly dynamic systems. Oikos 125(2): 149-159.

Datry T., Fritz F. and Leigh C. (In prep.) Challenges, developments and perspectives in intermittent river ecology. Freshwater Biology.

 

Book chapters

Datry T. 2016. Ecological effects of flow intermittence in gravel bed rivers. In : Tsutsumi D. and Laronne J (eds). Gravel-Bed Rivers: Processes and Disasters. Wiley, in press.

Stubbington R., Bogan M.T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J., Datry T., Leigh C., Vander Vorste R. (In prep.) The biota of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: aquatic invertebrates. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Sauquet E., Kennard M., Leigh C., Dahm C.N., Eng K., Datry T. (In prep.) Flow regimes of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

McIntosh A.R., Leigh C., Boersma K.S., McHugh P.A., Febria C., García-Berthou E. (In prep.) Food webs and trophic interactions in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Chiu M-C., Leigh C., Mazor R., Resh V. (In prep.) Anthropogenic threats to intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Bonada N., Carlson S., Datry T., Finn D., Hugueny B., Leigh C., Lytle D.A., Monaghan M.T., Tedesco P. (In prep.). Genetic, evolutinary and biogeographical processes in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams. . In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Datry T., Corti R., Heino J., Rolls R., Ruhi A., Hugueny B. (In prep.). Habitat fragmentation, metapopulation and metacommunity dynamics in intermittent rivers. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Koundouri P., Souliatis I., Boulton A.J., Datry T. (in preparation). Ecosystem value and social perceptions of intermittent rivers. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Boulton A.J., Jaeger K., Olden J. Datry T. (in preparation). Hydrological gradients in intermittent rivers. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Steward, A.L., Langhans S., Corti R., Datry T. (in preparation). Terrestrial invertebrates in intermittent rivers. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Bogan M.T., Robson B., Chester E., Datry T. (in preparation). Dispersal, recolonization and desiccation-resistance in intermittent rivers. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Sheldon F., Bonada N., Datry T., Fritz K., Tockner K., Warfe D. (in preparation). Conceptual models of functional organization and ecosystem processes in intermittent rivers. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (in preparation). Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: ecology and management: an intoduction. In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (in preparation). Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: ecology and management: where to from here? In Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (Eds) Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management. Elsevier.

 

Book

Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J. (in preparation). Intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: ecology and management. Elsevier, 24 chapitres, release in 2017.

Special issue

Datry T., Fritz K., Leigh C. led a special issue on intermittent river ecology in Freshwater Biology (mettre un lien sur le site)

 

Communications

Datry T., Larned S., Tockner K. (2013)  Intermittent  rivers : a challenge for freshwater ecology ? Symposium of the European Freshwater Society, Münster, Germany, 1-5-July.

Leigh C., Datry T., Bonada N., Boulton A.J., Larned S.T. (2014) Post-drying recovery by aquatic invertebrates in intermittent rivers: a cross-climate study. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA, 18-23 May.

Leigh C., Sheldon F., Reis T.M. (2013) Flow cessation, waterbody isolation and riparian vegetation moderate the potential subsidy of aquatic fauna to the terrestrial zone. Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences, Münster, Germany, 1-5-July.

Leigh C. (2013) Antecedent wet- and dry-season flow effects on dry season macroinvertebrate assemblages in tropical rivers: potential implications of more-intense cyclones. Society for Freshwater Science Conference, Jacksonville, Florida, USA, 21-26 May.

Rosset V., Ruhi A., Datry T. (2014) Parallels and contrasts in biotic responses to drying between lotic and lentic temporary freshwater systems. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA, 18-23 May.

Rosset V., Ruhi A., Datry T. (2014) How ponds differ - or not - from streams in their biotic responses to drying? International Wetlands Conference, Huesca, Spain, 14-18 September 2014.

Sánchez-Montoya M., Corti R, Datry T., Monaghan M.T., Tockner K. (2014) Intermittent rivers are pivotal dispersal and migration corridors for aquatic and terrestrial organisms. AIL Santander, Spain, 7-14 July 2014.

Tockner K., Datry T., Larned S. (2013) Intermittent rivers: expanding but overlooked. Water Research Horizon Conference, June, 25/26th 2013 - Berlin. Germany.

Vander Vorste, R., Malard F, Datry T. (2014) Contribution of the hyporheic zone to community resilience in intermittent rivers: a field experiment. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA, 18-23 May.

Leigh C and the IRBAS working group (2015) The ecology and management of intermittent rivers. Third Italian Conference for River Restoration (CIRF), Reggio Calabria, Italy.

Leigh C, Blanchard Q, Bonada N, Boulton A, Courtwright J, Dahm C, de Vries SB, Fike K, Fritz K, Hoeve J, Hugueny B, Larned S,May C, Pella H, Sauquet E, Tockner K, Vander Vorste R, Walker R, Datry T (2015) From humble beginnings to booming future: the ecology and management of intermittent rivers. Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland.

Datry T., Bonada N., Heino J. (2015)  Intermittent rivers as models to advance metacommunity theory. Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland.

Rosset V., Ruhi A., Datry T. (2015) Responses of aquatic communities to drying: a comparison between lentic and lotic systems. Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland.

Dahm C.D., Boulton A.J., Bonada N., Fritz K., Leigh C., Sauquet E., Hugueny B., Tockner K. (2015) Significance of first pulses of flow on river biogeochemistry. . Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences, Geneva, Switzerland.

de Vries S.B., Hoeve J., Sauquet E., Leigh C., Bonada N., Dahm C., Booij M.J., Datry T. (2015) Characterizing spatial and temporal patterns of intermittent rivers. EGU General Assembly, Vienna, Austria. Geophysical Research Abstracts 17.

Soria M., Leigh C., Datry T., Bini M., Bonada N. (2016). Meta-analysis reveals that transforming perennial rivers into intermittent rivers will be a major driver of biodiversity loss. JiPi meeting, Barcelona, July 2015. Poster.

Leigh C and the IRBAS working group (2016; in review) The biodiversity and ecohydrology of intermittent and ephemeral rivers: introducing the IRBAS database and an analytical example. Society for Freshwater Science Conference, Sacramento, CA, USA.

 

Seminars

Leigh C. (2013) IRBAS: Intermittent River Biodiversity Analysis & Synthesis. CESAB, Aix-en Provence, France, 24 Oct 2013.

Datry T. (2013) Les rivières intermittentes, quel challenges pour l'ecology aquatique ? Technopole Arbois, Aix-en Provence, France, 12 Nov. 2013.

Leigh C. (2015) Historical developments in and future directions of ecological research on intermittent rivers. Laboratoire Evolution et Diversite Biologique Seminar Series, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France.

Leigh C. (2015) The history, maturation and future of a booming research field:  the ecology and management of intermittent rivers. Departament d'Ecologia Seminar Series, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

 

Special session organisation

Datry T., Bonada N., Tockner K. (avec D. Von Schiller & E.Meyer) ont organisé une session spéciale au Symposium for European Freshwater Sciences, Münster, Germany, 1-5-July 2013: “Integrating temporary rivers into river ecology and management”.

Leigh C., Datry T. (avec M.T. Bogan, J. Davis, R. Mazor & T. Shriever) ont organisé une session speciale au Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA, 18-23 May 2014): “Advancing the Science and Management of Temporary Aquatic Habitats”

Datry T., Leigh C., Bonada N., Dahm C.D., Fritz, K., Tockner K. ont organisé une session spéciale au Symposium for European Freshwater Genève, Suisse, 29-4 July 2015): “Advances on intermittent river biodiversity and ecology”.

Datry T. Leigh C., Bonada N., Dahm C.D., Fritz, K., Tockner K. ont organisé un workshop autour d’IRBAS au Symposium for European Freshwater Genève, Suisse, 29-4 July 2015): “Intermittent river biodiversity analysis & synthesis: the IRBAS project (www.IRBAS.fr”.

 

Student involvment

Quitterie Blanchard, ENGEES-Agro Paris Tech, 6 mois (Mars-Août 2014). Liens hydrologie et biologie sur les réseaux de surveillance des cours d’eau en France et Australie. Irstea, Lyon, France. Encadrement: C. Leigh, T. Datry

Jasper Hoeve, Uni. Twente, Pays-Bas. 3 mois (Mars-Mai 2014). Analyses hydrologiques des données hydrologiques françaises, espagnoles, australiennes et nord-américaines. Irstea, Lyon, France. Encadrement: C. Leigh, E. Sauquet

Stefan de Vries, Uni. Twente, Pays-Bas. 3 mois (Mars-Mai 2014). Analyses hydrologiques des données hydrologiques françaises, espagnoles, australiennes et nord-américaines. Irstea, Lyon, France. Encadrement: C. Leigh, E. Sauquet

Katrina Velasco, Univ. California, USA. Stage volontaire 3 mois (Oct. Déc 2013). Compilation bibliographique. Irstea, Lyon, France. Encadrement: C. Leigh

Kimberly Fike, Univ. New Mexico, USA. Stage de Master, 2 ans (Juin 2013-2015). Drying events in the Rio grande: Effects on hydrology, riparian vegetation, and arthropod Communities. Encadrement: C. Dahm.

Maria Soria, Univ. Barcelona, Espagne. Stage de Master, 1 an (Mars 2014-). A meta-analysis on the biodiversity in perennial and intermittent rivers. Encadrement: N. Bonada.

Pierre Mancini, Développement de la web-interface, Dec 2014-Jul 2015, Intermittent Rivers and Biodiversity, Irstea, Lyon, France. Supervisé par C. Leigh, H. Pella, T. Datry, et B. Laporte.

 

Reports

Blanchard, Q. (2014). Intermittent Rivers and Biodiversity: Large scale analyses between hydrology and ecology in intermittent rivers. Report for the courses of specialization in the Management of Natural Habitats (GMN) for the obtaining of a Master in engineering in ENGEES. AGROPARISTECH, ENGEES and Irstea, France.

Hoeve, J. and de Vries, S. (2014) Characterizing spatial and temporal patterns in hydrological data to simulate flow intermittence. Final report. University of Twente, Nederlands, and Irstea, France.

Soria, M. (2015). Chapter 1: A meta-analysis on the biodiversity on perennial and intermittent rivers and Chapter 2: Macroinvertebrate patterns between perennial and intermittent rivers in reference and non-reference conditions, a comparison between the Mediterranean Basin and Chile. Master thesis. University of Barcelona. http://www.ub.edu/fem/docs/treballs/TFM_MariaSoria.pdf

 

  • IRBAS
  • CESAB
  • FRB
  • IRSTEA
  • ONEMA