Laboratory of ecohydrology ECHO

The focus of the laboratory ECHO (short for ECoHydrOlogy) is the understanding and modelling of the function of river networks as ecological corridors for the migration of species and diseases. ECHO’s research blends laboratory and field work with theoretical modelling to develop an integrated ecohydrological framework to understand for instance the spatial ecology of species, biodiversity in river basins, population dynamics, biological invasions along waterways, and the spread of waterborne and water related diseases.

Journal papers

Model-based super-resolution reconstruction of T-2 maps

W. Bano; G. F. Piredda; M. Davies; I. Marshall; M. Golbabaee et al. 

Magnetic Resonance In Medicine. 2019-09-13. DOI : 10.1002/mrm.27981.

The Demographics of Water: A Review of Water Ages in the Critical Zone

M. Sprenger; C. Stumpp; M. Weiler; W. Aeschbach; S. T. Allen et al. 

Reviews Of Geophysics. 2019-09-01. Vol. 57, num. 3, p. 800-834. DOI : 10.1029/2018RG000633.

Longitudinal neurometabolic changes in the hippocampus of a rat model of chronic hepatic encephalopathy

O. Braissant; V. Rackayova; K. Pierzchala; J. Grosse; V. A. McLin et al. 

Journal Of Hepatology. 2019-09-01. Vol. 71, num. 3, p. 505-515. DOI : 10.1016/j.jhep.2019.05.022.

Rapid measurement and correction of spatiotemporal B-0 field changes using FID navigators and a multi-channel reference image

T. E. Wallace; O. Afacan; T. Kober; S. K. Wartield 

Magnetic Resonance In Medicine. 2019-08-29. DOI : 10.1002/mrm.27957.

Generalized size scaling of metabolic rates based on single-cell measurements with freshwater phytoplankton

S. Zaoli; A. Giometto; E. Maranon; S. Escrig; A. Meibom et al. 

Proceedings Of The National Academy Of Sciences Of The United States Of America. 2019-08-27. Vol. 116, num. 35, p. 17323-17329. DOI : 10.1073/pnas.1906762116.

Allometric Scaling of physiologically-relevant organoids

C. Magliaro; A. Rinaldo; A. Ahluwalia 

Scientific Reports. 2019-08-15. Vol. 9, p. 11890. DOI : 10.1038/s41598-019-48347-2.

Effects of altered river network connectivity on the distribution of Salmo trutta: Insights from a metapopulation model

A. M. Gonzalez-Ferreras; E. Bertuzzo; J. Barquin; L. Carraro; C. Alonso et al. 

Freshwater Biology. 2019-08-12. DOI : 10.1111/fwb.13379.

Regional T-1 mapping of the whole cervical spinal cord using an optimized MP2RAGE sequence

H. Rasoanandrianina; A. Massire; M. Taso; M. Guye; J-P. Ranjeva et al. 

Nmr In Biomedicine. 2019-08-08.  p. e4142. DOI : 10.1002/nbm.4142.

Patient respiratory-triggered quantitative T-2 mapping in the pancreas

N. V. Violi; T. Hilbert; J. A. M. Bastiaansen; J-F. Knebel; J-B. Ledoux et al. 

Journal Of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2019-08-01. Vol. 50, num. 2, p. 410-416. DOI : 10.1002/jmri.26612.

Differentiating Parkinson’s disease motor subtypes using automated volume-based morphometry incorporating white matter and deep gray nuclear lesion load

E. Fang; C. N. Ann; B. Marechal; J. X. Lim; S. Y. Z. Tan et al. 

Journal Of Magnetic Resonance Imaging. 2019-07-31. DOI : 10.1002/jmri.26887.