I am interested in how aquatic food webs interact with terrestrial food webs. Especially, I am interested in how the behavioral traits of aquatic insects influence these interactions. By carefully tracking the movements, life histories and behaviors of significant aquatic insect species, I investigate how life history or behavioral traits affect nutrient fluxes and predators in both in aquatic and terrestrial systems.
CZO Research Groups
2020 (In Press)
Combined use of radiocarbon and stable carbon isotopes for the source mixing model in a stream food web. Ishikawa, N.F., Finlay, J.C., Uno, H., Ogawa, N.O., Ohkouchi, N., Tayasu, T., Power, and Power, M.E. (2020): Limnology and Oceanography 1-14
Lifetime eurythermy by seasonally matched thermal performance of developmental stages in an annual aquatic insect. Uno, H. and Stillman, J.H. (2020): Oecologia 192: 647–656
Effect of source habitat spatial heterogeneity and species diversity on the temporal stability of aquatic‐to‐terrestrial subsidy by emerging aquatic insects. Uno, H., and Pneh, S. (2020): Ecological Research 35 (3): 474–481
Anomalomermis ephemerophagis n g, n sp (Nematoda: Mermithidae) parasitic in the mayfly Ephemerella maculata Traver (Ephermeroptera: Ephermerellidae) in California, USA. Poinar, G., Walder, L. and Uno, H. (2015): Systematic Parasitology 90(3): 231-236.
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Spatial and temporal linkage of stream-riparian food webs by seasonal migration of mayfly Ephemerella maculata. Uno, H. (2016): University of California, Berkeley
17 Apr 2014 - The Eel River Recovery Project's annual Water Day was a success on Sunday, April 13th, 2014.