PUBLICATIONS & REPORTS

Welcome to the River Basin Center’s digital bookshelf for the latest publications and reports generated by our members.

RBC Affiliates: email Lainie Pomerleau at lpomerle@uga.edu with a list of your publications through the last five years.

River Basin Center Archive (1994 – 2015)

River Basin Center Strategic Plan:

River Basin Center Annual Reports:

Georgia Department of Transportation Report:

Review of Special Provisions and Other Conditions Placed on GDOT Projects for Imperiled Species Protection, Volume I

Review of Special Provisions and Other Conditions Placed on GDOT Projects for Imperiled Species Protection, Volume II

Review of Special Provisions and Other Conditions Placed on GDOT Projects for Imperiled Species Protection, Volume III

Review of Special Provisions and Other Conditions Placed on GDOT Projects for Imperiled Species Protection, Volume IV

Affiliate Publications:

2021

Alber, Merryl, John Blair, Charles T. Driscoll, Hugh Ducklow, Timothy Fahey, William R. Fraser, John E. Hobbie, et. al. 2021. “Sustaining Long-Term Ecological Research: Perspectives from Inside the LTER Program.” Archimedes 59: 81-118.

Allen, David J., María M. Castillo, Krista A. Capps, 2021. Stream ecology: structure and function of running waters. Cham, Switzerland : Springer Nature.  

Barnum, Thomas R., John Timothy Wootton, Rebecca J. Bixby, John Drake, David Murray-Stoker, Checo Colon-Gaud, Amanda T. Rugenski, et al. 2021. “Mechanisms underlying lack of functional compensation by insect grazers after tadpole declines in a Neotropical stream.” Limnology and Oceanography

Behl, Mona, Cooper Sharon, Garza Corey, Kolesar Sarah E., Legg Sonya, Lewis Jonathan C., White Lisa, et. al. 2021. “Changing the culture of coastal, ocean, and marine sciences: Strategies for individual and collective actions.Oceanography 34 (3):53-60.

Bell, Emily V. and Scott, Tyler A. 2020. “Common institutional design, divergent results: A comparative case study of collaborative governance platforms for regional water planning.” Environmental Science and Policy 111 (September):63-73.

Bell, Emily, Adam Henry, and Gary Pivo. 2020. “Assessing sectoral heterogeneity and leadership in urban water management networks.” Water Policy 22 (5):867-886.

Bell, Emily V., and Henry, Adam D. 2020. “Comparing Centrality in Policy Networks to Media Narratives.” In Networks in Water Governance. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Borer, T. Elizabeth, Lale Asik, Rebecca A. Everett, Thijs Frenken, Angélica L González, Rachel E. Paseka, Angela Peace, et. al. 2021. “Elements of disease in a changing world: modeling feedbacks between infectious disease and ecosystems.” Ecology Letters 24(1):6-19.

Brito, Andresa Kreutzer, Alan Covich, Francisco Severo-Neto, Heriberto Gimênes Junior, Rudi Laps, José Sabino, Fabio de Oliveira Roque. 2021. “Diploendozoochory in Neotropical fish makes seed germination unlikely.” Biotropica 53 (5): 1261- 1264. 

Burns, Christine J., Clark R. Alexander, and Merryl Alber. 2021. “Assessing Long-Term Trends in Lateral Salt-Marsh Shoreline Change along a U.S. East Coast Latitudinal Gradient.” Journal of Coastal Research 37 (2):291-301.

Burns, Christine J., Merryl Alber, and Clark R. Alexander. 2021. “Historical Changes in the Vegetated Area of Salt Marshes.” Estuaries & Coasts 44 (1):162-177.

Bush, Bryana, Michael Ulyshen, and Darold Batzer. 2020. “Effects of Chinese privet (Ligustrum sinense) invasion on decomposition and litter-dwelling invertebrates in Southeastern US floodplain forests.Biological Invasions 22 (6):1957-1965.

Capps, Krista A., Nandita Gaur, Timothy Callahan, Alexandra Orrego, David Bloyer, Keith Higgs, Daniel Johnson. 2021. “Disparities between the Demand for On-Site Wastewater Treatment Systems and Treatment Options for Septage.” ACS ES&T Water

Cardona-Rivera,  Gabriela, Brittany Clark, Joseph McHugh, Bryana Bush, Darold Batzer. 2021. “Wetlands Provide a Source of Arthropods Beneficial to Agriculture: A Case Study from Central Georgia, USA.” Journal of Entomological Science 56 (3): 424-440.

Dean, Quintin J., Martin J. Hamel, Jake P. Werner, Mark A. Pegg. 2021. “Efficacy and Temporal Capture Patterns of Bank Poles in the Kansas River: A Novel Sampling Tool for Catfish.” North American Journal of Fisheries Management 41 (1): 379 – 387. 

Dudley, Maura. P., Kelsey Solomon, Seth Wenger, C. Rhett Jackson, Mary Freeman, Katherine J. Elliot, Chelcy F. Miniat, et al. 2021. “Do crayfish affect stream ecosystem response to riparian vegetation removal?” Freshwater Biology 66 (1): 1423 – 1435. 

Espinoza-Toledo, Andrea, Manuel Mendoza-Carranza, María M. Castillo, Everardo Barba-Macías, Krista A. Capps. 2021. “Taxonomic and functional responses of macroinvertebrates to riparian forest conversion in tropical streams.” Science of The Total Environment 757 (1): 143972. 

Fitzgerald, Daniel B., Andrew R. Henderson, Kelly O. Maloney, Mary C. Freeman, John A. Young, Amanda E. Rosenberger, David C. Kazyak, et al. 2021. “A Bayesian framework for assessing extinction risk based on ordinal categories of population condition and projected landscape change.” Biological Conservation 253 (1): e108866. 

Freeman, Mary, Duncan Elkins, Peter Maholland, Zachary Butler, Maxwell Kleinhans, Jonathan Skaggs, Edward Stowe, Carrie A Straight, Seth J. Wenger. 2021. “Slow recovery of headwater-stream fishes following a catastrophic poisoning event.Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management.

Golladay, S., B. Clayton, Steven Brantley, Chelsea Smith, Ji Qi, D. Hicks. 2021. “Forest restoration increases isolated wetland hydroperiod: a long-term case study.” Ecosphere 12 (5): e03495. 

Grossman, Gary, Bryan Bozeman, Ridge Sliger, Troy Simon, George Matsumoto. 2021. “Open Educational Resource Exercises for Fisheries Classes.” Fisheries 46 (2): 76–80. 

Hamel, Martin J., Jonathan J. Spurgeon, Mark A. Pegg. 2021. “Catfish Population Characteristics among River Segments with Altered Fluvial Geomorphic Conditions in the Missouri River, Nebraska, USA.” North American Journal of Fisheries Management 41 (1): 133 – 145. 

Hilburn, Bryson, Gary Grossman. 2021. “Microhabitat Use of Turquoise Darters (Etheostoma inscriptum) in Two Streams in the Georgia Piedmont.” Southeastern Naturalist 20 (3):  448–458. 

Jackson, C. Rhett, Caleb Sytsma, Lori Sutter, Darold Batzer. 2021. “Redefining Waters of the US: A Case Study from the Edge of the Okeefenokee Swamp.” Research Square: 1-13.

Langston, Amy K., Clark R. Alexander, Merryl Alber, Matthew L. Kirwan. 2021. “Beyond 2100: Elevation capital disguises salt marsh vulnerability to sea-level rise in Georgia, USA.” Estuarine Coastal & Shelf Science 249: 107093.

Leigh, Deborah M., Charles B. van Rees, Katie L. Millette, Martin F. Breed, Chloé Schmidt, Laura D. Bertola, Brian K. Hand. 2021. “Opportunities and challenges of macrogenetic studies.Nature Reviews Genetics.

Letourneau, Maria L., Sylvia C. Schaefer, Huan Chen, Amy M. McKenna, Merryl Alber, Patricia M. Medeiros. 2021. “Spatio‐temporal changes in dissolved organic matter composition along the salinity gradient of a marsh‐influenced estuarine complex.” Limnology & Oceanography 66 (8): 3040-3054.

Lu, Kangle, Darold Batzer, and Haitao Wu. 2021. “Aquatic invertebrate assemblages during the spring-thaw season in wetlands of Northeastern China.Hydrobiologia 848: 3943–3953.

Martelo, Joana, Gary Grossman, M. Filomena Magalhães. 2021. “Habitat selection and foraging success by an endangered Mediterranean cyprinid: implications for habitat restoration.” Hydrobiologia 848 (21): 5187 – 5202.

Nelson, Jace M, Timothy A Stephens, Robert B Bringolf, Jon Calabria, Byron J Freeman, Katie S Hill, William H Mattison, et al. 2021. “Review of Special Provisions and Other Conditions Placed on GDOT Projects For Imperiled Aquatic Species Protection, Volume III.” FHWA-GA-20-1806 Volume 3.  

O’Connell, Jessica L., Deepak R. Mishra, Merryl Alber, Kristin B. Byrd. 2021. “BERM: a Belowground Ecosystem Resiliency Model for estimating Spartina alterniflora belowground biomass.” New Phytologist 232 (1): 425-440.

Petersen, Kelly, Mary Freeman, Joseph Kirsch, William McLarney, Mark Scott, Seth Wenger.  2021 “Mixed evidence for biotic homogenization of Southern Appalachian fish communities.” Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 78 (10): 1397 – 1406. 

Pires, Mateus, Marta Grech, Cristina Stenert, Leonardo Maltchik, Luis Epele, Kyle McLean, Jamie Kneitel, et. al. 2021. “Does taxonomic and numerical resolution affect the assessment of invertebrate community structure in New World freshwater wetlands?Ecological Indicators 125 (2021):1-7.

Porath-Krause, Anita, Ryan Campbell, Lauren Shoemaker, Andrew Sieben, Alex T. Strauss, Allison Shaw, Eric W. Seabloom, et. al. 2021. “Pliant pathogens: Estimating viral spread when confronted with new vector, host, and environmental conditions.” Ecology and Evolution 11(4):1877-1887.

Qian, Song S., Jonathan G. Kennen, Jason May, Mary C. Freeman, Thomas F. Cuffney. 2021. “Evaluating the impact of watershed development and climate change on stream ecosystems: A Bayesian network modeling approach.” Water Research 205 (1): e117685. 

Rastetter, E., M.D. Ohman, K.J. Elliott, J.S. Rehage, V.H. Rivera-Monroy, R.E. Boucek, E. Castañeda-Moya, T.M. Danielson, L. Gough, P.M. Groffman, C.R. Jackson, C.F. Miniat, G.R. Shaver. 2021. “Future trajectories for ecosystems in the U.S. Long-term Term Ecological Research Network: The importance of time lags.” Ecosphere 12 (5): e03431.

Rushing, Clark S., Aimee M. Van Tatenhove, Andrew Sharp, Viviana Ruiz-Gutierrez, Mary C. Freeman, Paul W. Sykes Jr., Aaron M. Given, et al. 2021. “Integrating tracking and resight data enables unbiased inferences about migratory connectivity and winter range survival from archival tags.” Ornithological Applications 123 (2): duab010. 

Sehgal, Vinit, Nandita Gaur, Binayak Mohanty. 2021. “Global Surface Soil Moisture Drydown Patterns.” Water Resources Research 57 (1): e2020WR027588. 

Sehgal, Vinit, Nandita Gaur, Binayak P. Mohanty. 2021. “Global flash drought monitoring using surface soil moisture.” Water Resources Research 57 (9): e2021WR029901. 

Sliger, R., Gary Grossman. 2021. “A test of a generalized, optimal habitat selection model for drift-feeding fishes: brook charr.” Journal of Zoology.

Sliger, R., Gary Grossman. 2021. “Foraging dynamics of Southern Brook Charr (Salvelinus fontinalis).” Environmental Biology of Fishes 104 (7): 825–835. 

Strauss, Alex T., Lucas Bowerman, Anita Porath-Krause, Eric W. Seabloom, Elizabeth T. Borer. 2021. “Mixed infection, risk projection, and misdirection: Interactions among pathogens alter links between host resources and disease.” Ecology and Evolution 11(14):9599-9609.

Van Rees, Charles, M. Alejandra Muñoz, Sophia C. Cooke, J. Michael Reed. 2021. “Morphological Differences in the Island-Endemic Hawaiian Subspecies of the Common Gallinule Gallinula galeata.Pacific Science 74 (4): 345-364.

Van Rees, Charles, David Aragonés, Willem Bouten, Chris B Thaxter, Eric WM Stienen, Javier Bustamante, Andy J Green. 2021. “Dynamic space use of Andalusian rice fields by Lesser Black‐backed Gulls (Larus fuscus) is driven by flooding pattern.” Ibis (163): 1252-1270.

Walsman, Jason C., Alex T. Strauss, and Spencer R. Hall. 2021. “Parasite-driven cascades or hydra effects: susceptibility and foraging depression shape parasite-host resource interactions.” bioRxiv 2021.

Wares, John. 2021. “Comparative phylogeography of the freshwater mussels of the southeastern United States: reconstructing historic drainages using molecular data.” Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory bioRxiv (434420).

Wares, John. 2021. “Gene family amplification facilitates adaptation in freshwater unionid bivalve Megalonaias Nervosa.” Molecular Ecology 30 (5): 1155-1173.

Webster, B.C., M.N. Waters, S.W. Golladay. 2021. “Alterations to sediment nutrient deposition and transport along a six-reservoir sequence.” Science of The Total Environment 785 (1): 147246. 

Werner, Jacob P., Quintin J. Dean, Mark A. Pegg, Martin J. Hamel. 2021. “Patterns in spatial use and movement of Silver Carp among tributaries and main-stem rivers: Insight from otolith microchemistry analysis.” Research Square. (Under Review).

Wilfahrt, Peter A., Ashley L. Asmus, Eric W. Seabloom, Jeremiah A. Henning, Peter Adler, Carlos A. Arnillas, Jonathan D. Bakker, et. al. 2021. “Temporal rarity is a better predictor of local extinction than spatial rarity.” Ecology 102(11):e03504.

Wu, Haitao, Mengyao Yang, Kangle Lu, Darold Batzer. 2021. “Effects of Ecological Restoration on Trophic Dynamics in Estuarine Wetlands.” Wetlands 41 (1):1-7.

Wu, Fengrun, Steven C. Pennings, Collin Ortals, Jennifer Ruiz, Reilly W. Farrell, Samuel M. McNichol,  Christine Angelini, et.al. 2021. “Disturbance is complicated: Headward‐eroding saltmarsh creeks produce multiple responses and recovery trajectories.” Limnology & Oceanography 9999: 1-15.

Zinnert, Julie C., Jessie B. Nippert, Jennifer A. Rudgers, Steven C. Pennings, Grizelle González, Merryl Alber, Sara G. Baer, et. al. 2021. “State changes: insights from the U.S. Long Term Ecological Research Network.” Ecosphere. 12 (5):1-29.

2020

Batzer, Darold, Arif Mehmood, Daniel Mead, Donald Champagne. 2020. “Phenology of Coquillettidia peturbans and Culiseta melanura (Diptera: Culicidae) in East-Central Georgia, USA: Implications for the Ecology of Eastern Equine Encephalitus Virus.Journal of Entomological Science 55 (2): 156-162.

Batzer, Darold P. and Wu, Haitao. 2020. “Ecology of terrestrial arthropods in freshwater wetlands.” Annual Review of Entomology 65: 101-119.

Benez-Secanho, Fabio Jose, Puneet Dwivedi. 2020. “Analyzing the provision of ecosystem services by conservation easements and protected and non-protected areas in the Upper Chattahoochee Watershed.” Science of the Total Environment 717 (1): 137218. 

Bier, Raven L., Jennifer J. Wernegreen, Rytas J. Vilgalys, Joseph Christopher Ellis, and Emily S. Bernhardt. 2020. “Subsidized or Stressed? Shifts in Freshwater Benthic Microbial Metagenomics along a Gradient of Alkaline Coal Mine Drainage.” Limnology and Oceanography 65 (S1).

Bradford, John, Jake Weltzin, Molly Mccormick, Jill Baron, Zack Bowen, Sky Bristol, Daren Carlisle, et al. 2020, “Ecological Forecasting – 21st century science for 21st century management.” US Geologic Survey.  

Brew, David W., Marsha C. Black, Marina Santos, Jackson Rodgers, and W. Matthew Henderson. 2020. “Metabolomic Investigations of the Temporal Effects of Exposure to Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products and Their Mixture in the Eastern Oyster ( Crassostrea Virginica ).” Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 39 (2): 419–36.

Burns, Christine J., Clark R. Alexander, and Merryl Alber. 2020. “Assessing Long-Term Trends in Lateral Salt-Marsh Shoreline Change along a U.S. East Coast Latitudinal Gradient.” Journal of Coastal Research 37 (2): 291-301.

Capps, Krista A., Jacob M. Bateman McDonald, Nandita Gaur, Rebecca Parsons. 2020. “Assessing the Socio-Environmental Risk of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems to Inform Management Decisions.”  Environmental Science and Technology 54 (23): 14843 – 14853. 

Coll, Claudia, Raven Bier, Zhe Li, Silke Langenheder, Elena Gorokhova, and Anna Sobek. 2020. “Association between Aquatic Micropollutant Dissipation and River Sediment Bacterial Communities.” Environmental Science & Technology 54 (22): 14380–92.

Czaja, Alexander, Iris Gabriela Meza-Sánchez, José Luis Estrada-Rodríguez, Ulises Romero-Méndez, Jorge Sáenz-Mata, Verónica Ávila-Rodríguez, Jorge Luis Becerra-López, et al. 2020. “The freshwater snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) of Mexico: updated checklist, endemicity hotspots, threats and conservation status.” Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 91 (1): e912909. 

Davis, Jessica, Mary C. Freeman, Stephen Golladay. 2020. “Identifying Life-History Traits That Promote Occurrence for Four Minnow (Leuciscidae) Species in Intermittent Gulf Coastal Plain Streams,” Southeastern Naturalist 19 (1): 103-127. 

Dudley, Maura, Mary Freeman, Seth Wenger, Rhett Jackson, Catherine Pringle.  2020. “Rethinking foundation species in a changing world: The case for Rhododendron maximum as an emerging foundation species in shifting ecosystems of the southern Appalachians.” Forest Ecology and Management 472 (1): e118240. 

Dwivedi, Puneet, Fabio J. Benez-Secanho, Jonathan Skaggs, Duncan Elkins, Wesley L. Gerrin, Cassidy Lord. 2020. “Conservation and Restoration Priorities in the Upper Oconee River Basin.” Southeastern Partnership for Forests and the Georgia Forestry Commission. 

Fenster, Charles B., Gregory Anderson, May R. Berenbaum, John E. Burris, James P. Collins, Rita R. Colwell, Joel Cracraft, Alan P Covich, et al. 2020. “A Call to Action: Marshaling Science for Society.” BioScience 71 (1): 7-8. 

Fitzpatrick, Devan, Tanner Buggs, Timothy Stephens, Roderick Lammers, Brian Bledsoe, and University of Georgia. 2020. “Hydraulic Effects of Temporary Bridge Construction Activities.” Bts.gov. Georgia. Department of Transportation. Office of Performance-Based Management & Research. October 2020.

Golladay, Stephen, Laura Craig, Angela DePalma-Dow, Ben Emanuel, S. Gordon Rogers. 2020. “Building resilience into water management through public engagement.” Freshwater Science 40 (1): 238-244. 

Gormally, Brenna MG., Charles B. van Rees, Emily Bowers, J. Michael Reed, L. Michael Romero. 2020. “Feather corticosterone does not correlate with environmental stressors or body condition in an endangered waterbird.” Conservation Physiology 8 (1): 125.

Goto, Daisuke, Martin J Hamel, Mark A. Pegg, Jeremy J. Hammen, Matthew L. Rugg, Valery E. Forbes. 2020. “Divergent density feedback control of migratory predator recovery following sex-biased perturbations.” Ecology and Evolution 10 (9): 3954 – 3967. 

Grossman, Gary D., Bryan B. Bozeman, Ridge W. Sliger, Troy N. Simon, George I. Matsumoto. 2020. “Open Education Resource Exercises for Fisheries Classes.” Fisheries 46(2):53-100.

Grossman, Gary, Troy Simon. 2020. “Density-dependent effects on salmonid populations: A review.” Ecology Freshwater Fish 29 (3): 400– 418.

Grossman, Gary D., Troy N. Simon. 2020. “Student Perceptions of Open Educational Resources Video-Based Active Learning in University-Level Biology Classes: A Multi-Class Evaluation.” Journal of College Science Teaching 49(6):36-44.

Gutiérrez-Fonseca, Pablo E., Alonso Ramírez, Catherine M. Pringle, Pedro J. Torres, William H. McDowell, Alan Covich, Todd Crowl, et al. 2020. “When the rainforest dries: Drought effects on a montane tropical stream ecosystem in Puerto Rico.” Freshwater Science 39 (2): 197-212. 

Hamel, M.J., J. J. Spurgeon, K. D. Steffensen, M. A. Pegg. 2020. “Uncovering unique plasticity in life history of an endangered centenarian fish.” Scientific Reports 10 (1): e12866. 

Haram, Brigette N., Susan B. Wilde, Michael J. Chamberlain, Kenneth H. Boyd. 2020. “Vacuolar myelinopathy: Waterbird risk on a southeastern impoundment co-infested with Hydrilla verticillata and Aetokthonos hydrillicola.” Biological Invasions 22 (9): 2651-2660.

Johnson, Winifred M, 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 (11).

Matteson, Cody T., C. Rhett Jackson, Darold P. Batzer, Susan B. Wilde, Johnson B. Jeffers. 2020. “Nitrogen and Phosphorus Gradients from a Working Farm through Wetlands to Streams in the Georgia Piedmont, USA.” Wetlands 40 (6): 2139-2149.

Mobilian, Courtney, Nathan I. Wisnoski, Jay T. Lennon, Merryl Alber, Sarah Widney, Christopher B. Craft. 2020. “Differential effects of press vs. pulse seawater intrusion on microbial communities of a tidal freshwater marsh.” Limnology and Oceanography Letters.

Mukherjee, A, R Bier, E Omondi, J Kan, and M Daniels. 2020. “Impacts of Conventional & Organic Management Practices on Soil Health and Water Quality – Rodale Institute.” Rodale Institute, March.

Mohanty, Binayak P., Vinit Sehgal, Nandita Gaur. 2020. “Global Surface Moisture Drydown Patterns.” Earth and Space Science Open Archive

Murray-Stoker, K., Batzer, D. P., McHugh, J. V. 2020. “Shifts in the community composition of caddisflies (Insecta: Trichoptera) in a subtropical river over three decades.” Ecological Entomology 45 (3): 514 –524.

Nag, Sreeja, Alan S Li, Vinay Ravindra, Marc Sanchez Net, Kar-Ming Cheung, Rod Lammers, and Brian Bledsoe. 2020. “Autonomous Scheduling of Agile Spacecraft Constellations with Delay Tolerant Networking for Reactive Imaging.” ArXiv.org.

Nelson, Donald R., Brian P. Bledsoe, J. Marshall Shepherd. 2020. “From Hubris to Humility: Transcending Original Sin in Managing Hydroclimatic Risk.” Anthropocene 30 (June): 100239.

Nelson, Donald R, Brian P Bledsoe, Susana Ferreira, Nathan P Nibbelink. 2020. “Challenges to Realizing the Potential of Nature-Based Solutions.” Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 45 (August): 49–55.

O’Connell, Jessica L., Merryl Alber, Steven C. Pennings. 2020. “Microspatial Differences in Soil Temperature Cause Phenology Change on Par with Long-Term Climate Warming in Salt Marshes.” Ecosystems 23(3): 498-510.

Paseka, Rachel. E., Lauren A. White, Dedmer B. Van de Waal, Alex T. Strauss, Angélica L González, Rebecca A. Everett, Angela Peace, et. al. 2020. Disease-mediated ecosystem services: Pathogens, plants, and people. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 35(8):731-743.

Payne, Alexandra T., Abigail J. Davidson, Jinjun Kan, Marc Peipoch, Raven Bier, and Kurt Williamson. 2020. “Widespread Cryptic Viral Infections in Lotic Biofilms.” Biofilm. 100016.

Qi, Ji, Steven Brantley, Stephen Golladay. 2020. “Simulated irrigation reduction improves low flow in streams—A case study in the Lower Flint River Basin.” Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 28 (1): 100665. 

Rhodes, Olin E., François Bréchignac, Clare Bradshaw, Thomas G. Hinton, Carmel Mothersill, John A. Arnone lii, Doug P. Aubrey, et al. 2020. “Integration of ecosystem science into radioecology: A consensus perspective.” Science of The Total Environment 740 (1): 140031. 

Sienkiewicz, Nathan, Raven L. Bier, Jing Wang, Laura Zgleszewski, Alyssa Lutgen, Grant Jiang, Katie Mattern, Shreeram Inamdar, and Jinjun Kan. 2020. “Bacterial Communities and Nitrogen Transformation Genes in Streambank Legacy Sediments and Implications for Biogeochemical Processing.” Biogeochemistry 148 (3): 271–90.

Stenert, Cristina, Mateus Pires, Luis Epele, Leonardo Maltchik, Kyle McLean, David Mushet, Darold Batzer. 2020. “Climate-versus geographic-dependent patterns in the spatial distribution of macroinvertebrate assemblages in New World depressional wetlands.” Global Change Biology 26 (12): 6895-6903.

Stephens, Timothy A., and Brian P. Bledsoe. 2020a. “Probabilistic Mapping of Flood Hazards: Depicting Uncertainty in Streamflow, Land Use, and Geomorphic Adjustment.” Anthropocene 29 (March): 100231.

Stowe, Edward, Seth J. Wenger, Mary C. Freeman, Bryon Freeman. 2020. “Incorporating spatial synchrony in the status assessment of a threatened species with multivariate analysis.” Biological Conservation 248 (1): 108612. 

Strauss, Alex T., Jeremiah A. Henning, Anita Porath-Krause, Ashley L. Asmus, Allison K. Shaw, Elizabeth T. Borer, and Eric W. Seabloom. 2020. “Vector demography, dispersal, and the spread of disease: Experimental epidemics under elevated resource supply.” Functional Ecology 34(12):2560-2570.

Valente-Neto, Franscisco, Fábio Henrique da Silva, Alan P. Covich, Fabio Oliveira de Roque. 2020. “Streams dry and ecological uniqueness rise: environmental selection drives aquatic insect patterns in a stream network prone to intermittence.” Hydrobiologia 847 (2): 617-628. 

Van Rees, Charles, Gautam Surya, J. Michael Reed. 2020. “Multiple sources of evidence for density dependence in the endangered Hawaiian stilt (Himantopus mexicanus knudseni).” Population Ecology 62 (2), 207-219.

Van Rees, Charles, David Aragonés, Willem Bouten, Chris B Thaxter, Eric WM Stienen, Javier Bustamante, Andy Green. 2020. “Dynamic Space Use of Andalusian Rice Fields by Overwintering Lesser Black-Backed Gulls is Driven by Harvest-Related Flooding.” Research Square.

Van Rees, Charles, Charles B. van Rees, Kerry A. Waylen, Astrid Schmidt‐Kloiber, Stephen J. Thackeray, Gregor Kalinkat, Koen Martens, Sami Domisch. 2021. “Safeguarding freshwater life beyond 2020: Recommendations for the new global biodiversity framework from the European experience.” Conservation Letters 14 (1), e12771.

Wang, Hualong, Raven Bier, Laura Zgleszewski, Marc Peipoch, Emmanuel Omondi, Atanu Mukherjee, Feng Chen, Chuanlun Zhang, and Jinjun Kan. 2020. “Distinct Distribution of Archaea from Soil to Freshwater to Estuary: Implications of Archaeal Composition and Function in Different Environments.” Frontiers in Microbiology.

Wares, John. 2020. “Evidence for boundary layer oxygen diffusion limitation as a key driver of asteroid wasting.” Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory bioRxiv (231365).

Weber, Samuel J., Deepak R. Mishra, Susan B. Wilde, Elizabeth Kramer. 2020. “Risks for cyanobacterial harmful algal blooms due to land management and climate interactions.” Science of the Total Environment 703: 134608.

Wilde, Dayton, Susan Wilde. 2020. “From Ornamental Plant to Ecological Trap: The Role of Hydrilla in Wildlife Death.” Hortscience 55 (9).

Yang, Carol, Seth J. Wenger, Amanda T. Rugenski, Ingo S. Wehrtmann, Scott Connelly, Mary C. Freeman. 2020. “Freshwater crabs (Decapoda: Pseudothelphusidae) increase rates of leaf breakdown in a neotropical headwater stream.” Freshwater Biology 65 (10): 1673– 1684 

2019

Ahmadiani, Mona, Susana Ferreira, Craig E. Landry. 2019. “Flood Insurance and Risk Reduction: Market Penetration, Coverage, and Mitigation in Coastal North Carolina.” Southern Economic Journal 85 (4): 1058-1082. 

Alber, Merryl and O’Conner, Jessica L. 2019. “Elevation Drives Gradients in Surface Soil Temperature Within Salt Marshes.” Geophysical Research Letters 46 (10):5313-5322.

Batzer, D., & Boix, D. (2016). Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands an International Perspective on their Ecology. New York: Springer.

Batzer, D. P., & Wu, H. 2019. “Ecology of Terrestrial Arthropods in Freshwater Wetlands.” Annual review of Entomology. 101 – 119.

Batzer, D., Sutter, L., Cardona-Rivera, G., Schmidt, J., & Ahmad, A. 2019. “How wetlands benefit Georgia agriculture.” University of Georgia Extension Service Bulletin (#1519).

Bawa, R., and P. Dwivedi. 2019. “Impact of land cover on groundwater quality in the Upper Floridan Aquifer in Florida, United States.” Environmental Pollution 252: 1828–1840.

Benez-Secanho, F.J., and P. Dwivedi. 2019. “Does Quantification of Ecosystem Services Depend Upon Scale (Resolution and Extent)? A Case Study Using the InVEST Nutrient Delivery Ratio Model in Georgia, United States.” Environments 6 (52): 1–22.

Bier, Raven, Mate Vass, Anna Szekely, and Silke Langenheder. 2019. “Effects of Ecosystem Size-Induced Environmental Fluctuations on the Temporal Dynamics of Community Assembly Mechanisms.” Limnology.

Bitew, Menberu, Seth E. Younger, C. Rhett Jackson, Enhao Du, and Damion Drover. 2019. “Wetness Index based on Landscape position and Topography (WILT): Modifying the TWI to incorporate landscape position relative to water bodies.” Journal of Environmental Management 255.

Bozeman, B.B. & G. D. Grossman. 2019.  “Foraging behavior and optimal microhabitat selection in interior Dolly Varden Charr (Salvelinus malma) in Panguingue Creek Alaska.” Ecology of Freshwater Fish 28 (4): 586-601.   

Bozeman, B.B. & G. D. Grossman.  2019. Water velocity and net-energy gain affect prey capture success and microhabitat selection in a boreal top predator, Arctic Grayling (Thymallus arcticus). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 76 (5): 815-830.

Briggs, AA, CW Osenberg. 2019. “Species-specific oviposition patterns in Aedes mosquitoes in response to spatial clustering of larval habitats.” Oecologia 190: 835-845.

Brown, AL, EK Lipp, and CW Osenberg.  2019. “Algae dictate multiple stressor effects on coral microbiomes.” Coral Reefs  38: 229-240.

Brown, AL, TK Frazer, G Li, JR Hilsenroth, JS Shima, CW Osenberg. 2019. “Hidden predators on coral reefs: muricid consumption of vermetids.” Marine Ecology Progress Series 615: 121-131.

Browne, Frances B., Phillip M. Brannen, Harald Scherm, Marin T. Brewer, Susan B. Wilde, Elizabeth A. Richardson. 2019. “Orange Cane Blotch of Commercial Blackberry in the Southeastern United States.” Plant Health Progress 20 (1): 67-69.

Bush, B. M., Stenert, C., Maltchik, L., & Batzer, D. P. 2019. “Beaver-created successional gradients increase beta-diversity of invertebrates by turnover in stream-wetland complexes.” Freshwater Biology 64 (7): 1265-1274.

Bush, B. M., Ulyshen, M. D., Fair, C. G., & Batzer, D. P. 2019. “Assessing the effects of mesh enclosures on invertebrates and litter breakdown in a floodplain forest of the Southeastern USA.” Wetlands Ecology and Management 1: 149-156.

Chappell, Jessica, Kyle McKay, Mary Freeman, Catherine Pringle. 2019. “Long-term (37 years) impacts of low-head dams on freshwater shrimp habitat connectivity in northeastern Puerto Rico.” River Research and Applications 35 (7): 1034 – 1043. 

Czaja, Alexander, Alan P. Covich, José Luis Estrada-Rodríguez, Ulises Romero-Méndez, Jorge Saenz-Mata, Iris Gabriela Meza-Sánchez, Verónica Ávila-Rodríguez, et al. 2019. “Fossil freshwater gastropods from northern Mexico – A case of “silent” local extirpation, with the description of a new species.” Boletín de la Sociedad Geológica Mexicana. 71 (3): 609-629. 

Chappell, J., K. McKay, M. Freeman and C. M. Pringle.  2019. “Long-term (37 years) impacts of low-head dams on freshwater shrimp habitat connectivity in northeastern Puerto Rico.” River Research and Applications 35 (70): 1034-1043.

Christian, J., J. Martin, J. Chappell, S. K. McKay, and C. M. Pringle.  2019. “Building a hydrologic foundation for tropical watershed management.” PLoS One. 14 (3): e0213306.

Cullen, J. & G. D. Grossman.  2019. “Aggressive interactions affect foraging and use of space in a drift foraging salmonid, Salvelinus malma (salmoniformes: salmonidae).” Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 187 (3): 774–781.

de Oliveira Roque, F., F. Valente-Neto, M.E. Rodrigues, F. N. Souza, D.G. Nogueira, A. C. Piovezan-Borges, A.P. Covich and M. Samways. 2019. “The Tinbergen shortfall: developments on aquatic insect behavior that are critical for freshwater conservation.” In Aquatic Insects: Behaviour and Ecology, K. Del-Claro and R. Guillermo, Eds. Springer Nature, Switzerland. 365 – 380.

Dodds, W. K., Lindsey Bruckerhoff, Darold Batzer, Anne Schechner, Casey Pennock, Elizabeth Renner, Flavia Tromboni, Kari Bigham, Samantha Grieger, 2019. “The freshwater biome gradient framework: predicting macroscale properties based on latitude, altitude, and precipitation. “Ecosphere10 (7): e02786.

DuBose, Traci, Carla Atkinson, Caryn Vaughn, Stephen Golladay. 2019. “Drought-Induced, Punctuated Loss of Freshwater Mussels Alters Ecosystem Function Across Temporal Scales.” Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7 (1). 

Elkins, D. Nibbelink, N. & G. D. Grossman. 2019. “Stocked rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) affect space use by warpaint shiners (Luxilus coccogenis).” Ecology of Freshwater Fish 28 (1): 167-175.

Elkins, D., S. C. Sweat, B. R. Kuhajda, A. L. George, K. S. Hill, and S. J. Wenger. 2019. “Illuminating hotspots of imperiled aquatic biodiversity in the southeastern US.” Global Ecology and Conservation 19: e00654.

Golden, Heather, Nahal Hoghooghi, and Brian Bledsoe. 2019. “Scaling Green Infrastructure to Watersheds: Current Insights and Future Directions.” Working Watersheds and Coastal Systems: Research and Management for a Changing Future, 142.

Grantham, Theodore E., John H. Matthews, and Brian P. Bledsoe. 2019. “Shifting Currents: Managing Freshwater Systems for Ecological Resilience in a Changing Climate.” Water Security 8 (December): 100049.

Grossman, G. D. 2019. “Writing promotion and tenure evaluations for life scientists: thoughts on structure and content.” Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 42 (1): 39-43.

Grossman, G. D. & D. DeVries. 2019. “Authorship decisions in ecology, evolution, organismal biology and natural resource management: who, why, and how.” Animal Biodiversity and Conserrvation 42 (2): 337-346.

Grossman, G.D. & T. Simon. 2019. “Density-dependent effects on salmonid populations: a review.” Ecology of Freshwater Fish 29 (3): 400-418.

Grossman, G.D. & T. Simon. 2019. “Student Perceptions of Open Educational Resources Video-Based Active Learning in University-Level Biology Classes: A Multi-Class Evaluation.” Journal of College Science Teaching 49 (6): 36-44.

Gaur, N., Mohanty, B. P. 2019. “A nomograph to incorporate geophysical heterogeneity in soil moisture downscaling.” Water Resources Research, 55 (1): 34– 54. 

Hoang, Tham, Marsha Black, Sandra Knuteson, and Aaron Roberts. 2019. “Environmental Pollution, Management, and Sustainable Development: Strategies for Vietnam and Other Developing Countries.” Environmental Management 63 (4): 433–36.

Irwin, Elise, Mary Freeman, James Peterson, Kathryn Kennedy, M. Lloyd, K. Coffman, Ely Kosnicki, Tom Hess. 2019. “Adaptive management of flows from RL Harris dam (Tallapoose river, Alabama) – stakeholder process and use of biological monitoring data from decision making.” US Geologic Survey

Jackson, J. K., Resh, V. H., Batzer, D. P., Merritt, R. W., & Cummins, K. W. 2019. “Sampling aquatic insects: collection devices, statistical considerations, and rearing procedures.” In An Introduction to the Aquatic Insects of North America, R. W. Merritt, K. W. Cummins, & M. B. Berg, Eds. Dubuque: Kendall Hunt, 43-64.

Kerr, Skyler, Elmer Gray, and Darold Batzer. 2019. “Evaluation of Larval Medium in the Controlled Current Toxicity Test.” Journal of the American Mosquito Control Association 35(4): 295-298.

Kumar, Abhishek, Christopher Cooper, Caren M. Remillard, Shuvankar Ghosh, Austin Haney, Frank Braun, Zachary Conner, Benjamin Page, Kenneth Boyd, Susan Wilde, et al. 2019. “Spatiotemporal monitoring of hydrilla [Hydrilla verticillata (L. f.) Royle] to aid management actions.” Weed Technology 33 (3): 518-529.

Kurimo-Beechuk, Elizabeth, Robert J. Cooper, Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman, Susan B. Wilde, Clark D. Jones, Sophie Emmanuelle Knafo. 2019. “Hematology, biochemistry, and metal contaminant levels in wild-caught clapper rail (rallus crepitans) in northeastern Florida.” Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 50 (2): 503-507.

Lininger, K.B., J. Raimondi, N. Kramer, D. Homrighausen, and A. Covich. 2019. “Comparison of discharge pulses in temperate and tropical rainforest headwater stream networks.” Journal of Hydrology 579:1 242362.

Lu, K., Wu, H., Xue, Z., Lu, X., & Batzer, D. P. 2019. “Development of a multi-metric index based on aquatic invertebrates to assess floodplain wetland condition.” Hydrobiologia, 827 (1): 141-153.

Maerz, John C., Susan B. Wilde, Vanessa K. Terrell, Brigette Haram, R. Clay Trimmer, Chelsea Nunez, Erin Cork, et al. 2019. “Seasonal and plant specific vulnerability of amphibian tadpoles to the invasion of a novel cyanobacteria.” Biological Invasions 21 (3): 821-831.

Marzolf, Nicholas, Chelsea Smith, Stephen Golladay. 2019. “Limpkin (Aramus guarauna) establishment following recent increase in nonnative prey availability in Lake Seminole, Georgia.” The Wilson Journal of Ornithology 131 (1): 179-184. 

McDaniel, C. H., & Batzer, D. P. 2019. “Effects of River Flow Regulation beyond the Channel: Multifaceted Changes within a Group of Invertebrate Floodplain Specialists.” Wetlands, 39 (1): 87-98.  

McDaniel, Courtney, Joseph McHugh, and Darold Batzer. 2019. “Colonization of drying temporary wetlands by Coptotomus loticus (Coleoptera: Dytiscidae): a unique strategy for an aquatic wetland insect.” Wetlands Ecology and Management 27 (5): 627-634.

Neville, H. M., D. R. Leasure, D. C. Dauwalter, J. B. Dunham, R. Bjork, K. A. Fesenmyer, N. D. Chelgren, M. M. Peacock, C. H. Luce, D. J. Isaak, L. A. Carranza, J. Sjoberg, and S. J. Wenger. 2019. “Application of multiple‐population viability analysis to evaluate species recovery alternatives.” Conservation Biology 34 (2): 482-493.

Parker, Sarah R., Stephen K. Adams, Roderick W. Lammers, Eric D. Stein, and Brian P. Bledsoe. 2019. “Targeted Hydrologic Model Calibration to Improve Prediction of Ecologically-Relevant Flow Metrics.” Journal of Hydrology 573 (June): 546–56.

Rugel, K., C.R. Jackson, J. Dowd, R. McDowell, T.C. Rasmussen, and S.W. Golladay. 2019. “Using hydrogeomorphic patterns to predict groundwater discharge in a karst basin: Lower Flint River Basin, southwestern Georgia, USA.” Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 23: 100603.

Shields, Rachael, Jon Calabria, Brian Orland, Alfred Vick. 2019 “Historic Fourth Ward Park, Phase 1 Methods.” The Landscape Performance Series. Landscape Architecture Foundation. 

Shoemaker, Lauren G., Evelyn Hayhurst, Christopher P. Weiss-Lehman, Alexander T. Strauss, Anita Porath-Krause, Elizabeth T. Borer, Eric W. Seabloom, et. al. 2019. “Pathogens manipulate the preference of vectors, slowing disease spread in a multi-host system.” Ecology Letters 22(7):1115-1125.

Simon, Troy N., Andrew J. Binderup, Alex S. Flecker, James F. Gilliam, Michael C. Marshall, Steven A. Thomas, Joseph Travis, et. al. 2019. “Landscape patterns in top-down control of decomposition: omnivory disrupts a tropical detrital-based trophic cascade.” Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 100(3):1-5.

Simon, Troy N., Andrew J. Binderup, Alex S. Flecker, James F. Gilliam, Michael C. Marshall, Steven A. Thomas, Joseph Travis, et. al. 2019. “Landscape patterns in top-down control of decomposition: omnivory disrupts a tropical detrital-based trophic cascade.” Ecology 110(7):e02723.

Simonin, Marie, Kristofor A. Voss, Brooke A. Hassett, Jennifer D. Rocca, Si‐Yi Wang, Raven L. Bier, Christy R. Violin, Justin P. Wright, and Emily S. Bernhardt. 2019. “In Search of Microbial Indicator Taxa: Shifts in Stream Bacterial Communities along an Urbanization Gradient.” Environmental Microbiology 21 (10): 3653–68.

Steffensen, K. D., M. J. Hamel, J. J. Spurgeon. 2019. “Post-stocking pallid sturgeon Scaphirhynchus albus growth, dispersal, and survival in the lower Missouri River.” Journal of Applied Ichthyology 35 (1): 117– 127. 

Strauss, Alex T., Jessica L. Hite, David J. Civitello, Marta S. Shocket, Carla E. Cáceres, Spencer R. Hall. 2019. “Genotypic variation in parasite avoidance behavior and other mechanistic, nonlinear components of transmission.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286(1915):20192164.

Strauss, Alexander T., Lauren G. Shoemaker, Eric W. Seabloom, Elizabeth T. Borer. 2019. “Cross-scale dynamics in community and disease ecology: Relative timescales shape the community ecology of pathogens.” Ecology 100(11):e02836.

Thiault, L, L Kernaleguen, CW Osenberg, T Lison de Loma, Y Chancerelle, G Sui, J Claudet.  2019. “Ecological evaluation of a marine protected area network: A Progressive-Change BACIPS approach.” Ecosphere 10 (2): e02576.

Tiegs, S., Costello, D. M., Isken, M. W., Woodward, G., McIntyre, P.B. and  o-authors including C. M. Pringle. 2019. “Ecosystem functioning gauged via global crowdsourcing.” Science Advances 5 (1).

Tiegs, Scott D., David M. Costello, Mark W. Isken, Guy Woodward, Peter B. McIntyre, Mark O. Gessner, Eric Chauvet, et al. 2019. “Global patterns and rivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones.” Science Advances 5 (1): eaav0486. 

Uerling, Caleb C., Martin J. Hamel, Mark A. Pegg. 2019. “Fish community response to habitat variables in two restored side channels of the lower Platte River, Nebraska.” River Research and Applications 35 (2): 178 – 187.

Upadhaya, Suraj, Puneet Dwivedi. 2019. “Conversion of forestland to blueberries: Assessing implications for habitat quality in Alabaha river watershed in Southeastern Georgia, United States.” Land Use Policy 89 (1): 104229. 

Van Rees, Charles, Jessica Rozek Cañizares, Gabriela Marie Garcia, J. Michael Reed. 2019. “Ecological stakeholder analogs as intermediaries between freshwater biodiversity conservation and sustainable water management.” Environmental Policy and Governance 29 (4): 303-312.

Van Rees, Charles, Gabriela Marie Garcia, JR Cañizares. 2019. Interdisciplinary collaboration for water diplomacy: A principled and pragmatic approach. New York: Routledge.

Vidal, T., B. J. Irwin, C. P. Madenjian, and S. J. Wenger. 2019. “Age truncation of alewife in Lake Michigan.” Journal of Great Lakes Research 45: 958–968.

Webster J.R., R.M. Stewart, J.D. Knoepp, and C.R. Jackson. 2019. “Effects of instream processes, discharge, and land cover on nitrogen export from southern Appalachian Mountain catchments.” Hydrological Processes 33: 283-304.

Wenger, S. J., A. L. Subalusky, and M. C. Freeman. 2019. “The missing dead: The lost role of animal remains in nutrient cycling in North American Rivers.” Food Webs 18: e00106.

Wood, J. L., Skaggs, J. W., Conn, C., Freeman, M. C. 2019. “Water velocity regulates macro-consumer herbivory on the benthic macrophyte Podostemum ceratophyllum Michx.” Freshwater Biology 64 (1): 2037 – 2045. 

Wu, H., Guan, Q., Lu, K., & Batzer, D. P. (2019). “Aquatic macroinvertebrate assemblages in wetlands of Northeastern China.” Hydrobiologia 838(1), 153-162.

Wu, H., Guan, Q., Ma, H., Xue, Z., Yang, M., & Batzer, D. P. 2019. “Effects of saline conditions and hydrologic permanence on snail assemblages in wetlands of Northeastern China.” Ecological Indicators 96: 620-627.

Yang, M., Lu, K., Batzer, D. P., & Wu, H. (2019). “Freshwater release into estuarine wetlands changes the structure of benthic invertebrate assemblages: A case study from the Yellow River Delta.” Science of the Total Environment 687: 752-758.

2018

Anglin, Z. W. & G. D. Grossman. 2018. “Movement of Southern Brook Charr in a North Carolina headwater stream.” Southeastern Naturalist 17 (3): 476–483.

Batzer, Darold and Dani Boix, Eds. 2018. Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands: An International Perspective on Their Ecology. New York: Springer.

Batzer, D. P., & Murray, K. M. 2018. “How important are aquatic predators to mosquito larval populations in natural wetlands? A case study from Carolina bays in Georgia.” Wetlands Ecology and Management 26 (3): 391-397.

Batzer, D. P., Noe, G. B., Lee, L., & Galatowitsch, M. 2018. “A Floodplain Continuum for Atlantic Coast Rivers of the Southeastern US: Predictable Changes in Floodplain Biota along a River’s Length.” Wetlands 38 (1): 1-13.

Bresciani, Luana, Leandro N. Lemos, Nina Wale, Jonathan Y. Lin, Alexander T. Strauss, Meghan A. Duffy, Jorge L. M. Rodrigues. 2018. “Draft Genome Sequence of “Candidatus Spirobacillus cienkowskii,” a Pathogen of Freshwater Daphnia Species, Reconstructed from Hemolymph Metagenomic Reads.” Microbiology Resource Announcements 7(22):e01175-18.

Brown, AL and CW Osenberg.  2018. “Vermetid gastropods modify physical and chemical conditions above coral-algal interactions.”  Oecologia 186: 1091-1099.

Caldwell, P.V., C.R. Jackson, C.F. Miniat, S.E. Younger, J.A. Vining, J.J. McDonnell, D.P. Aubrey. 2018. “Woody bioenergy crop selection can have large effects on water yield: A southeastern United States case study.” Biomass and Bioenergy 117: 180-189.

Cecala, K.K., J.C. Maerz, B.J. Halstead, J.R. Frisch, T.L. Gragson, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, D.S. Leigh, C.R. Jackson, J.T. Peterson, and C.M. Pringle. 2018. “Multiple drivers, scales, and interactions influence southern Appalachian stream salamander occupancy.” Ecosphere 9 (3): e02150.

Corrêa, E.C., F. de Oliveira Roque, R.M. Utz; J. Sousa Corrêa, F. Leandro de Souza, and A.P. Covich. 2018. “Effects of macroconsumers on benthic communities: rapid increases in dry-season accrual of calcium in a tropical karst stream.” PLOS One 13: e0209102.

Covich, Alan P. 2018. “Proteccíon de la biodiversidad del Bentos para aseguras procesamiento de materia orgánica y servidios del ecosistema: importancia de los invertebrados fragmentadores en redes de drenaje.” Ecotrópicos 19 (2): 109-127. 

Dong, Xin, Xinming Du, Ke Li, Siyu Zeng, and Brian P. Bledsoe. 2018. “Benchmarking Sustainability of Urban Water Infrastructure Systems in China.” Journal of Cleaner Production 170 (January): 330–38.

Donofrio, E., Simon, T., Neuswanger, J. & G. D. Grossman.  2018. “Velocity, prey-capture and microhabitat selection in juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha).” Environmental Biology of Fishes 101:609–622.

Donofrio, Erik, Troy Simon, Jason Neuswanger, Gary Grossman. 2018.Velocity and dominance affect prey capture and microhabitat selection in juvenile Chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha).” Environmental Biology of Fishes 101 (4): 609–622. 

Durre Imke, Mona Behl, Rebecca Haacker, Redina Herman. 2018. “How Satisfied are AMS Members with the Society?” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 99 (6): 1280-1284.

Ferreira, S., H. Liu, B. Brewer. 2018. “The housing market impacts of wastewater injection induced seismicity risk.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 92 (1): 251-269. 

Ferreira, Susana, Janice Mitchell, Terry Lunn, Hadyn Blaize, Christian Turner. 2018. “Flood Insurance: The Fate of the NFIP in the Wake of Hurricane Irma.” 

Freeman, Bryon, Timothy Burgess. 2018. “Status of the Asian Rice Eel, Monopterus albus, in the Chattahoochee River System, Fulton County Georgia.” Technical Report.

Gehman, Alyssa-Lois M.; Natalie A. McLenaghan, James E. Byers, Clark R. Alexander, Steven C. Pennings, Merryl Alber. 2018. “Effects of Small-Scale Armoring and Residential Development on the Salt Marsh-Upland Ecotone.” Estuaries & Coasts 41: 54-67.

Glinski, Donna A., S. Thomas Purucker, Robin J. Van Meter, Marsha C. Black, and W. Matthew Henderson. 2018. “Analysis of Pesticides in Surface Water, Stemflow, and Throughfall in an Agricultural Area in South Georgia, USA.” Chemosphere 209 (October): 496–507.

Goto, Daisuke, Martin J Hamel, Mark A. Pegg, Jeremy J. Hammen, Matthew L. Rugg, Valery E. Forbes. 2018 “Spatially dynamic maternal control of migratory fish recruitment pulses triggered by shifting seasonal cues.” Marine and Freshwater Research 69 (6): 942 – 961. 

Goyke, Noah, Puneet Dwivedi. 2018. “Going south or going home? Trends in concurrent streams of African American migrants to the US south over four decades.”  Southeastern Geographer 58 (3): 282-299. 

Griffiths, N.A., B.M. Rau, K.B. Vache, G. Starr, M.M. Bitew, D.P. Aubrey, J.A. Martin, E. Benton, C. Rhett Jackson. 2018. “Environmental effects of short rotation woody crops for bioenergy: What is and isn’t known.” Global Change Biology Bioenergy 11: 554-572.

200+ authors including G.D. Grossman. 2018. “BioTIME: a database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene.” Global Ecology & Biogeography 27: 760–786.

Grossman, G.D. & K. Chernoff. 2018. “The need and use of open educational resources in fisheries, environmental education, and conservation.” Fisheries 43: 79-82.

Grossman, G.D. & T. Simon. 2018. “Student perceptions of an inquiry-based karaoke exercise for ecologically oriented classes: a multiclass evaluation.” Journal of College Science Teaching 47: 92-99.

Guan, Q., Liu, J., Batzer, D. P., Lu, X., & Wu, H. 2018. “Snails (Mollusca: Gastropoda) as potential surrogates of overall aquatic invertebrate assemblage in wetlands of Northeastern China.” Ecological Indicators 90: 193-200.

Hall, Ed K., Emily S. Bernhardt, Raven L. Bier, Mark A. Bradford, Claudia M. Boot, James B. Cotner, Paul A. del Giorgio, et al. 2018. “Understanding How Microbiomes Influence the Systems They Inhabit.” Nature Microbiology 3 (9): 977–82.

Hamman, EA, SA McKinley, AC Stier, CW Osenberg.  2018. “Landscape configuration drives persistent spatial patterns of occupant distributions.” Theoretical Ecology 11: 111-127. 

Hammen, Jeremy J., Martin J. Hamel, Matthew L. Rugg, Edward J. Peters, Mark A. Pegg. 2018. “Population Characteristics of Shovelnose Sturgeon During Low- and High-Water Conditions in the Lower Platte River, Nebraska.”  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 38 (2): 308 – 315. 

Hammen, Jeremy J., Martin J. Hamel, Matthew L. Rugg, Mark A. Pegg. 2018. “Habitat associations of shovelnose sturgeon Scaphirhynchus platorynchus (Rafinesque, 1820) in the lower Platte River, Nebraska.” Journal of Applied Ichthyology 34 (1): 12 – 20. 

Hopson, M, D McGrath, S Torreano, M Smith, and M Black. 2018. “Removal of Emerging Contaminants and Conventional Pollutants by a Constructed Wetland during the First Year of Establishment.” Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Small and Decentralized Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants, 26–29.

Jiao, J, SS Pilyugin, L Riotte-Lambert, CW Osenberg.  2018. “Habitat-dependent movement rate determines the efficacy of marine protected areas.”  Ecology 99: 2485-2495.

Lammers, Roderick W., and Brian P. Bledsoe. 2018. “A Network Scale, Intermediate Complexity Model for Simulating Channel Evolution over Years to Decades.” Journal of Hydrology 566 (November): 886–900.

Levick, Lainie, Samantha Hammer, Russell Lyon, Joel Murray, Amy Birtwistle, Phillip Guertin, David Goodrich, Brian Bledsoe, and Melinda Laituri. 2018. “An Ecohydrological Stream Type Classification of Intermittent and Ephemeral Streams in the Southwestern United States.” Journal of Arid Environments 155 (August): 16–35.

Maltchik, Leonardo, Vanessa Caleffi, Cristina Stenert, Darold Batzer, Maria Piedade, Wolfgang Junk. 2018. “Legislation for wetland conservation in Brazil: Are existing terms and definitions sufficient?” Environmental Conservation 45 (3): 301-305.

Marzolf, N., S. Golladay, P. McCormick, A. Covich, and and S. Wild, 2018. “Inter-and intra-annual apple snail egg mass dynamics in a large southeastern US reservoir.” Hydrobiologia 811: 155-171.

Maltchik, L., Caleffi, V., Stenert, C., Batzer, D. P., Fernandez Piedade, M. T., & Junk, W. J. 2018. “Legislation for wetland conservation in Brazil: Are existing terms and definitions sufficient?” Environmental Conservation 45(3): 301-305.

Marzolf, Nicholas, Stephen Golladay, Paul McCormick, Alan Covich, Susan B. Wilde. 2018. “Inter-and intra-annual apple snail egg mass dynamics in a large southeastern US reservoir.” Hydrobiologia 811 (1): 155-171.

McDaniel, Courtney, Joseph McHugh, and Darold Batzer. 2018. “Congeneric predaceous diving beetle species fail to segregate in a floodplain system: a case of amplified sympatry.” Environmental Entomology 46 (3):494-501.

McKay, S.K, M.C. Freeman, and A.P. Covich. 2016. “Application of effective discharge analysis to environmental flow decision making.” Environmental Management 57: 1153-1165.

Murray, Kelly M., David Stoker, Catherine M. Pringle, Troy N. Simon. 2018. “Is spatial variation in population size structures of a stream-dwelling caddisfly due to the altered effects of a predator by a third-party species?” Hydrobiologia 820:65-77.

Murray, K., McHugh, J., Batzer, D., & Roberson, L. (2018). Aquatic Insects of the Ogeechee River: a pictorial guide to common taxa. Ogeechee Riverkeeper.

Oliveira-Cunha, Priscila, Krista A. Capps, Vinicius Neres-Lima, Christine Lourenço-Amorim, Flavia Tromboni, Timothy P. Moulton, Eugenia Zandoná. 2018. “Cover Image.” Freshwater Biology 63 (9) 

Oliveira-Cunha, Priscila, Krista A. Capps, Vinicius Neres-Lima, Christine Lourenço-Amorim, Flavia Tromboni, Timothy P. Moulton, Eugenia Zandoná. 2018. “Effects of incubation conditions on nutrient mineralization rates in fish and shrimp.” Freshwater Biology 63 (9): 1107-1117. 

Osenberg, CW. 2018.  “No clean coal for stream animals.” Invited editorial. Nature Sustainability 1:160-161.

Paula, F. R. de, P. Gerhard, S. F. de B. Ferraz, and S. J. Wenger. 2018. “Multi-scale assessment of forest cover in an agricultural landscape of Southeastern Brazil: Implications for management and conservation of stream habitat and water quality. Ecological Indicators 85: 1181–1191.

Parr, Thomas B., Krista A. Capps, Shreeram P. Inamdar, Kari A. Metcalf. 2018. “Animal-mediated organic matter transformation: Aquatic insects as a source of microbially bioavailable organic nutrients and energy.” Functional Ecology 33 (3): 524-535. 

Pease, Allison A., Krista A. Capps, Rocío Rodiles-Hernández, María Mercedes Castillo, Manuel Mendoza-Carranza, Miriam Soria-Barreto, Alfonso A. González-Díaz. 2019. “Trophic structure of fish assemblages varies across a Mesoamerican river network with contrasting climate and flow conditions.” Food Webs 18 (1): e00113. 

Pfeiffer, John M., Carla L. Atkinson, Ashley E. Sharpe, Krista A. Capps, Kitty F. Emery, Lawrence M. Page. 2018. “Phylogeny of Mesoamerican freshwater mussels and revised tribe-level classification of the Ambleminae.” Zoologica Scripta 48 (1): 106-117. 

Prater, Clay, David E. Scott, Stacey L. Lance, Schyler O. Nunziata, Ryan Sherman, Nathan Tonczyk, Krista A. Capps, Punidan D. Jeyasingh. 2018. “Understanding variation in salamander ionomes: A nutrient balance approach.” Freshwater Biology 64 (2): 294-305. 

Rudd, Murray A., Althea F. P. Moore, Daniel Rochberg, Lisa Bianchi-Fossati, Marilyn A. Brown, David D’Onofrio, Carrie A. Furman, et. al. 2018. “Climate research priorities for policy-makers, practitioners, and scientists in Georgia, USA.” Environmental Management 62 (2): 190-209.

Ruhi, A., Dong, X., McDaniel, C. H., Batzer, D. P., & Sabo, J. L. 2018. “Detrimental effects of a novel flow regime on the functional trajectory of an aquatic invertebrate metacommunity.” Global Change Biology 24 (8): 3749-3765.

Shields, Rachel, Jon Calabria, Brian Orland, Alfred Vick. 2018. “University of Georgia Science Learning Center Methods.” The Landscape Performance Series. Landscapes Architecture Foundation. 

Shima, JS, EG Noonburg, SE Swearer, SH Alonzo, CW Osenberg.  2018. “Born at the right time? A conceptual framework linking reproduction, development, and settlement in reef fish.” Ecology 99: 116-126.

Shivers, S.D., S.W. Golladay, M.N. Waters, S.B. Wilde, P.D. Ashford, and A.P. Covich. 2018. “Rivers to reservoirs: Hydrological drivers control reservoir function by affecting the abundance of submerged and floating macrophytes.” Hydrobiologia 815: 21-35.

Shivers, Stephen D., Stephen W. Golladay, Matthew N. Waters, Susan B. Wilde, Philip D. Ashford, Alan P. Covich. 2018. “Changes in submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) coverage caused by extended drought and flood pulses.” Lake and Reservoir Management 34 (2): 199-210.

Shivers, Stephen D., Stephen W. Golladay, Matthew N. Waters, Susan B. Wilde, Alan P. Covich. 2018. “Rivers to reservoirs: hydrological drivers control reservoir function by affecting the abundance of submerged and floating macrophytes.” Hydrobiologia 815 (1): 21-35.

Shocket, Marta S., Alexander T. Strauss, Jessica L. Hite, Maja Šljivar, David J. Civitello, Meghan A. Duffy, Carla E. Cáceres, et. al. 2018. “Temperature drives epidemics in a zooplankton-fungus disease system: A trait-driven approach points to transmission via host foraging.” The American Naturalist 191(4):435-451.

Shocket, Marta S., Daniela Vergara, Andrew J. Sickbert, Jason M. Walsman, Alexander T. Strauss, Jessica L. Hite, Meghan A. Duffy, et. al. 2018. “Parasite rearing and infection temperatures jointly influence disease transmission and shape seasonality of epidemics.” Ecology 99(9):1975-1987.

Spurgeon, J. J., M. A. Pegg, M. J. Hamel, K. D. Steffensen. 2018. “Spatial structure of large-river fish populations across main-stem and tributary habitats.” River Research and Applications 34 (7): 807 – 815. 

Steffensen, K.D. M. J. Hamel. 2018. “Fin Ray Removal May Be Deleterious to Pallid Sturgeon.” North American Journal of Fisheries Management 38 (2): 439 – 445. 

Strauss, Alexander T., Anna M. Bowling, Meghan A. Duffy, Carla E. Cáceres, Spencer R. Hall. 2018. “Linking host traits, interactions with competitors and disease: mechanistic foundations for disease dilution.” Functional Ecology 32(5):1271-1279.

Tomczyk, Nathan J., Thomas B. Parr, Elmer Gray, Joseph Iburg, Krista A. Capps. 2018. “Trophic Strategies Influence Metal Bioaccumulation in Detritus-Based, Aquatic Food Webs.” Environmental Science and Technology 52 (20): 11886-11894. 

Tomczyk, N. J., T. B. Parr, S. J. Wenger, and K. A. Capps. 2018. “The influence of land cover on the sensitivity of streams to metal pollution.” Water Research 144: 55–63.

‌Van Rees, Charles. 2018. “Wetland Conservation in Hawaii and the need for flagship species.” Elepaio 78: 37-41.

Van Rees, Charles, J. Michael Reed, Robert E. Wilson, Jared G. Underwood, Sarah A. Sonsthagen. 2018. “Small-scale genetic structure in an endangered wetland specialist: possible effects of landscape change and population recovery.” Conservation Genetics (19): 129-142.

Van Rees, Charles, Paul R. Chang, Jillian Cosgrove, David W. DesRochers, Hugo KW. Gee, Jennifer L. Gutscher-Chutz, Aaron Nadig, et al. 2018. “Estimation of Vital Rates for the Hawaiian Gallinule, a Cryptic, Endangered Waterbird.” Journal of Fish of Wildlife Management 9 (1): 117-131.

Van Rees, Charles, J. Michael Reed. 2018. “Predicted effects of landscape change, sea level rise, and habitat management on the extirpation risk of the Hawaiian common gallinule (Gallinula galeata sandvicensis) on the island of O‘ahu.” PeerJ 6: e4990.

Van Rees, Charles, J. Michael Reed, Robert E. Wilson, Jared G. Underwood, Sarah A. Sonsthagen. 2018. “Landscape genetics identifies streams and drainage infrastructure as dispersal corridors for an endangered wetland bird.” Ecology and Evolution 8 (16): 8328-8343.

Wheeler, K., S. J. Wenger, and M. C. Freeman. 2018 “States and rates: Complementary approaches to developing flow-ecology relationships.” Freshwater Biology 63: 906–916.

Wheeler, K., S. J. Wenger, S. J. Walsh, Z. P. Martin, H. L. Jelks, and M. C. Freeman. 2018. “Stream fish colonization but not persistence varies regionally across a large North American river basin.” Biological Conservation 223: 1–10.

2017

Arnold, M.C., R.L. Bier, T.T. Lindberg, E.S. Bernhardt, and R.T. Di Giulio. 2017. “Biofilm Mediated Uptake of Selenium in Streams with Mountaintop Coal Mine Drainage.” Limnologica 65 (July): 10–13.

Atkinson, Carla L., Krista A. Capps, Amanda T. Rugenski, Michael J. Vanni, 2017. “Consumer-driven nutrient dynamics in freshwater ecosystems: From individuals to ecosystems.” Biological Reviews 92 (4): 2003-2023. 

Atkinson, Carla L., Stephen Golladay, Lora Smith. 2017. “Larval Anuran Stable Isotope Signatures and Stoichiometry Across Multiple Geographically Isolated Wetlands in the Southeastern United States,” Southeastern Naturalist 16 (1): 87-104. 

Barnard, Malcolm A., James W. Porter, Susan B. Wilde. 2017. “Utilizing Spirogyra grevilleana as a Phytoremediatory Agent for Reduction of Limnetic Nutrients and Escherichia coli Concentrations.” American Journal of Plant Sciences (8): 1148-1158.

Behl, Mona, Laura Merner, and Rajul Pandya. 2017. “Diversity at AMS: Insights from the AMS Membership Survey.” Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 98 (9): 1980-1985.

Blank, A. J., M. J. Hamel, J. J. Spurgeon, M. A. Pegg. 2017. “Assessment of a channel catfish population in a large open river system.” Fish Management Ecology 24 (6): 460 – 468. 

Bledsoe, Brian P, Dan Baker, Peter Nelson, Tyler Rosburg, Joel Sholtes, Travis Stroth, United States. Federal Highway Administration, National Academies Of Sciences, Engineering, And Medicine (U.S.). Transportation Research Board, National Cooperative Highway Research Program, and American Association Of State Highway And Transportation Officials. 2017. Guidance for Design Hydrology for Stream Restoration and Channel Stability. Washington, Dc: Transportation Research Board.

Covich, Alan P. 2017. “Frank Golley’s Perspectives on Environmental Ethics and Literacy: How to Avoid Irreversible Impacts of Hydro-Power and Inter-Oceanic Canal Development on Mesoamerican Tropical Ecosystems.” Human Ecology Review 23 (2): 39-53. 

Czaja, Alexander, Jose Luis Estrada-Rodriguez, Ulises Romero-Mendez, Veronica Avila-Rodriguez, Iris Gabriela Meza-Sanchez, Alan P. Covich. 2017. “New species and records of phreatic snails (Caenogastropoda: Cochliopidae) from the Holocene of Coahuila, Mexico.” Archiv fur molluskenkunde 146 (2): 227-232. 

Dauwalter, D. C., K. A. Fesenmyer, R. Bjork, D. R. Leasure, and S. J. Wenger. 2017. “Satellite and Airborne Remote Sensing Applications for Freshwater Fisheries.” Fisheries 42: 526–537.

DiRenzo, G.V., C. Che-Castaldo, A. Rugenski, R Brenes, M.R. Whiles, C. M., S.S. Kilham and K.R. Lips.  2017. “Community disassembly of a tadpole community by a multi-host fungal pathogen with limited evidence of community recovery.” Ecological Applications 27: 309-320.

Ferreira, S., H. Liu, B. Brewer. 2017. “The housing market impacts of wastewater injection induced seismicity risk.” Journal of Environmental Economics and Management 92: 251-269.

Fouts, Kevin L., Neelam C. Poudyal, Rebecca Moore, James Herrin, Susan B. Wilde. 2017. “Informed stakeholder support for managing invasive Hydrilla verticillata linked to wildlife deaths in a Southeastern reservoir.” Lake and Reservoir Management 33 (3): 260-269.

Freeman, M. C., M. M. Hagler, P. M. Bumpers, K. Wheeler, S. J. Wenger, and B. J. Freeman. 2017. “Long-term monitoring data provide evidence of declining species richness in a river valued for biodiversity conservation.” Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 8: 418–435.

Grossman, G.D. 2017. “Coping with the editorial process: considerations for early-career biologists.” Animal Biodiversity and Conservation 40: 269–276.

Grossman, G.D., Carline, R.F. & T. Wagner. 2017. “Population dynamics of Brown trout (Salmo trutta) in Spruce Creek Pennsylvania: a quarter-century perspective.” Freshwater Biology 62 (7): 1143–1154.

Griffiths, N.A., C.R. Jackson, M.M. Bitew, A.M. Fortner, K.L. Fouts, K. McCracken, J.R. Phillips. 2017. “Water quality effects of short-rotation pine management for bioenergy feedstocks in the southeastern United States.” Journal of Forest Ecology and Management 400: 181-198.

Guan, Q., Wu, H., Lu, K., Lu, X., & Batzer, D. P. 2017. “Longitudinal and lateral variation in snail assemblages along a floodplain continuum.” Hydrobiologia 792 (1): 345-356.

Guy-Haim, Tamar, Harriet Alexander, Tom W. Bell, Raven L. Bier, Lauren E. Bortolotti, Christian Briseño-Avena, Xiaoli Dong, et al. 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 (1).

Hite, Jessica L., Rachel M. Penczykowski, Marta S. Shocket, Katherine A. Griebel, Alexander T. Strauss, Meghan A. Duffy, Carla E. Cáceres, et. al. 2017. “Allocation, not male resistance, increases male frequency during epidemics: a case study in facultatively sexual hosts.” Ecology 98(11):2773-2783.

Isaak, D. J., S. J. Wenger, E. E. Peterson, J. M. Ver Hoef, D. E. Nagel, C. H. Luce, S. W. Hostetler, J. B. Dunham, B. B. Roper, S. P. Wollrab, G. L. Chandler, D. L. Horan, and S. Parkes-Payne. 2017. “The NorWeST Summer Stream Temperature Model and Scenarios for the Western U.S.: A Crowd-Sourced Database and New Geospatial Tools Foster a User Community and Predict Broad Climate Warming of Rivers and Streams.” Water Resources Research 53 (11): 9181–9205.

Isaak, D. J., S. J. Wenger, and M. K. Young. 2017. “Big biology meets microclimatology: Defining thermal niches of ectotherms at landscape scales for conservation planning.” Ecological Applications 27 (3): 977–990.

Jackson, C.R., R.A. Bahn, and J.R. Webster. 2017. “Water quality signals from rural land use and exurbanization in a mountain landscape: What’s clear and what’s confounded?” Journal of the American Water Resources Association 53 (5): 1212-1228

Kanno, Y. Kulp, M. & G.D. Grossman.  2017. “Seasonal weather variation affects densities of native brook trout and invasive rainbow trout.” Freshwater Biology 62: 868–879.

Kanno, Yoichiro, Matt Kulp, Gary Grossman. 2017. “Native brook trout and invasive rainbow trout respond differently to seasonal weather variation: Spawning timing matters.” Freshwater Biology 62 (5): 868– 879. 

Lammers, Roderick, and Brian Bledsoe. 2017. “What Role Does Stream Restoration Play in Nutrient Management?” Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology 47 (6): 335–71.

Maltchik, L., Stenert, C., & Batzer, D. P. 2017. “Can rice field management practices contribute to the conservation of species from natural wetlands? Lessons from Brazil.” Basic and Applied Ecology 18: 50-56.

Marzolf, N., S. Golladay, P. McCormick, A.P. Covich, and S. Wilde. 2017. “Inter- and intra-annual apple snail egg mass dynamics in a large southeastern US reservoir.” Hydrobiologia 811: 155-171.

McDaniel, C. H., McHugh, J. V., & Batzer, D. P. (2017). Congeneric Predaceous Diving Beetle Species Fail to Segregate in a Floodplain System: A Case of Amplified Sympatry. Environmental Entomology 46(3): 494-501.

Moerke, Ashley H., Carl R. Ruetz III, Troy N. Simon, Catherine M. Pringle. 2017. “Macroconsumer-Resource Interactions.” In Methods in Stream Ecology, Volume 1 (3rd Edition). Cambridge: Academic Press.

Mohanty, Binayak P., Amor A. M. Ines, Yongchul Shin, Nandita Gaur, Narendra Das, Raghavendra Jana. 2017. “A Framework for Assessing Soil Moisture Deficit and Crop Water Stress at Multiple Space and Time Scales Under Climate Change Scenarios Using Model Platform, Satellite Remote Sensing, and Decision Support System.” In Remote Sensing of Hydrological Extremes. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. 

Murray, M., Kidd, A., Curry, S., Cymerman, J., Yabsley, M. J., Adams, H., Hernandez, S. M. 2017. “From wetland specialist to hand-fed generalist: shifts in diet and condition in a recently urbanized wading bird.” Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B373: 20170100.

Myer, Mark H., and Marsha C. Black. 2017. “Multi-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Reduce Toxicity of Diphenhydramine to Ceriodaphnia Dubia in Water and Sediment Exposures.” Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 99 (3): 321–27.

O’Connell, Jessica L., Deepak R. Mishra, David L. Cotten, Li Wang, Merryl Alber. 2017. “The Tidal Marsh Inundation Index (TMII): An inundation filter to flag flooded pixels and improve MODIS tidal marsh vegetation time-series analysis.” Remote Sensing of Environment 201: 34-47.

Olden, Julian, Christopher Konrad, Theodore Melis, Mark Kennard, Mary Freeman, Meryl Mims, Erin Bray, et al. 2017. “LytleDavidZoologyLarge-ScaleFlow_SupplementalInformation.pdf.”  

Patrick, Chase, Matthew Neal Waters, Stephen Golladay. 2017. “The distribution and ecological role of Corbucula fluminea (Müller, 1774) in a large and shallow reservoir.” BioInvasions Records 6 (1): 39-48. 

Peterson, Nicole, and Brian Bledsoe. 2017. “‪Modeling Effects of Anthropogenic Barriers on Salt Marsh Migration under Sea-Level Rise in Coastal Georgia.” Coastline and Estuarine Research Federation.

Phelps, Q. E., S. J. Tripp, M. J. Hamel, R. P. Koenigs, Z. J. Jackson. 2017. “Choice of structure for estimating fish age and growth.” Age and growth of fishes: principles and techniques. American Fisheries Society: 81-105. 

Rivero, Rosanna, Alison Smith, Brian Orland, Jon Calabria, Hrishikesh Ballal, Carl Steinitz, Ryan Perkl, et al. 2017. “Multiscale and multijurisdictional Geodesign: The Coastal Region of Georgia, USA.” Landscapes 19 (1): 42-49. 

Rosburg, Tyler T., Peter A. Nelson, and Brian P. Bledsoe. 2017. “Effects of Urbanization on Flow Duration and Stream Flashiness: A Case Study of Puget Sound Streams, Western Washington, USA.” JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 53 (2): 493–507.

Shivers, S.D., S.W. Golladay, M.N. Waters, S.B. Wilde, P.D. Ashford, and A.P. Covich. 2017. “Changes in submerged aquatic vegetation (SAV) coverage caused by extended drought and flood pulses.” Lake and Reservoir Management 34: 218-229.

Simon, Troy N., Ronald D. Bassar, Andrew J. Binderup, Alex S. Flecker, Mary C. Freeman, James F. Gilliam, Michael C. Marshall, et. al. 2017. “Local Adaptation in Trinidadian Guppies Alters Stream Ecosystem Structure at Landscape Scales despite High Environmental Variability.” Copeia 105(3):504-513.

Smith, C.R., P.V. McCormick, A.P. Covich, and S.W. Golladay. 2017. “Comparison of macroinvertebrate assemblages across a gradient of flow-permanence in an agricultural watershed.” River Research and Applications 33: 1428-38.

Sohrabi, M. M., R. Benjankar, D. Tonina, S. J. Wenger, and D. J. Isaak. 2017. “Estimation of daily stream water temperatures with a Bayesian regression approach.” Hydrological Processes 31: 1719–1733.

Stein, Eric D., Ashmita Sengupta, Raphael D. Mazor, Kenny McCune, Brian P. Bledsoe, and Stephen Adams. 2017. “Application of Regional Flow-Ecology Relationships to Inform Watershed Management Decisions: Application of the ELOHA Framework in the San Diego River Watershed, California, USA.” Ecohydrology 10 (7): e1869.

Stein, Eric, Raphael Mazor, Ashmita Sengupta, Kenny McCune, Brian Bledsoe, Stephen Adams, Srah Eberhart, Matt Pyne, Peter Ode, and Andy Rehn. 2017. “Development of Recommended Flow Targets to Support Biological Integrity Based on Regional Flow-Ecology Relationships for Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Southern California Streams.” Southern California Coastal Water Research Project.

Stenert, C., Ehlert, B., Avila, A. C., Rocha Sousa, F. D., Esquinatti, F. M., Batzer, D. P., & Maltchik, L. 2017. “Dormant propagule banks of aquatic invertebrates in ponds invaded by exotic pine species in southern Brazil.” Marine and Freshwater Research 68 (5): 954-963.

Stephens, Tim, and Brian Bledsoe. 2017. “Urban Floodplains: Changing Climate, Land Use, and River Channels.” Regions Magazine: 18-20.

Stoker, D., A. J. Falkner, K. M. Murray, A. K. Lang, T. R. Barnum, J. Hepinstall-Cymerman, M. J. Conroy, R. J. Cooper, and C. M. Pringle. 2017. “Decomposition of terrestrial resource subsidies in headwater streams: Does consumer diversity matter?” Ecosphere 8 (6): e01868. 

Strauss, Alexander T., Jessica L. Hite, Marta S. Shocket, Carla E. Caceres, Meghan A. Duffy, Spencer R. Hall. 2017. “Rapid evolution rescues hosts from competition and disease but- despite a dilution effect- increases the density of infected hosts.” Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284(1868):20171970.

Stroth, Travis, Brian Bledsoe, and Peter Nelson. 2017. “Full Spectrum Analytical Channel Design with the Capacity/Supply Ratio (CSR).” Water 9 (4): 271.

Tatum, V.L., C.R. Jackson, M.W. McBroom, B.R. Baillie, E.B. Schilling, and T.B. Wigley. 2017. “Effectiveness of forestry best management practices (BMPs) for reducing the risk of forest herbicide use to aquatic organisms in streams.” Forest Ecology and Management 404: 258-268.

Thiault, L, L Kernaleguen, CW Osenberg, J Claudet.  2017. “Progressive-change BACIPS: a flexible approach for environmental impact assessment.” Methods in Ecology and Evolution 8: 288-296.

Vanni, Michael J., Peter B. McIntyre, Dennis Allen, Diane L. Arnott, Jonathan P. Benstead, David J. Berg, Åge Brabrand, et al. 2017.  “A global database of nitrogen and phosphorus excretion rates of aquatic animals.” Ecology 98 (5): 1475-1475. 

Waldron, Anthony, Daniel C Miller, Dave Redding, Arne Mooers, Tyler S Kuhn, Nate Nibbelink, J Timmons Roberts, Joseph A Tobias, John L Gittleman. 2017. “Reductions in global biodiversity loss predicted from conservation spending.” Nature 551: 364-367.

Wood, James, Mary Freeman. 2017. “Ecology of the macrophyte Podostemum ceratophyllum Mic. (Hornleaf riverweed), a widespread foundation species of eastern North American rivers.” Aquatic Botany 139 (1): 65 – 74. 

Wu, H., Guan, Q., Lu, X., & Batzer, D. P. 2017. “Snail (Mollusca: Gastropoda) assemblages as indicators of ecological condition in freshwater wetlands of Northeastern China.” Ecological Indicators 75: 203-209.

Yochum, Steven E., Joel S. Sholtes, Julian A. Scott, and Brian P. Bledsoe. 2017. “Stream Power Framework for Predicting Geomorphic Change: The 2013 Colorado Front Range Flood.” Geomorphology 292 (September): 178–92.

Zill, JA, MA Gil, CW Osenberg.  2017. “When environmental factors become stressors: interactive effects of vermetid gastropods and sedimentation on corals.” Biology Letters 13 (3).

2016

Bassar, Ronald D., Troy Simon, William Roberts, Joseph Travis, David N. Reznick. 2016. “The evolution of coexistence: Reciprocal adaptation promotes the assembly of a simple community.” Evolution 71(2):373-385.

Batzer, D. P., & Boix, D. 2016. “An introduction to freshwater wetlands and their invertebrates.”Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands: An International Perspective on their Ecology. D. Batzer and D. Boix, Eds. New York: Springer. 1-23.

Batzer, D. P., Gallardo, B., Boulton, A., & Whiles, M. 2016. “Invertebrates in temperate-zone river floodplains.” In Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands: An International Perspective on their Ecology. D. P. Batzer and D. Boix, Eds. New York: Springer. 451-492

Batzer, D. P., Wu, H., Wheeler, T., & Eggert, S. 2016. “Peatland invertebrates.” In Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands: An International Perspective on their Ecology. D. P. Batzer and D. Boix Eds. New York: Springer. 219-250.

Behl, Mona. 2016. “Ethical communication to guide climate policy decisions in the Arctic.” Polar Record 52 (6):624-629.

Bier, Raven. 2016. “‪Microbial Community Responses to Environmental Perturbation.” Duke.edu.

Birtwistle, Amy N., Melinda J. Laituri, Brian P. Bledsoe, Jonathan M. Friedman. 2016. “Mean of the top ten percent of NDVI values in the Yuma Proving Ground during monsoon season, 1986-2011.”

Birtwistle, Amy N., Melinda Laituri, Brian Bledsoe, aonathan M. Friedman. 2016. “Using NDVI to Measure Precipitation in Semi-Arid Landscapes.” Journal of Arid Environments 131 (August): 15–24.

Bledsoe, Brian, Dan Baker, Peter Nelson, Tyler Rosburg, Joel Sholtes, and Travis Stroth. 2016. “Design Hydrology for Stream Restoration and Channel Stability at Stream Crossings.” Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

Boix, D., & Batzer, D. P. 2016. “Invertebrate assemblages and their ecological controls across the world’s freshwater wetlands.” In Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands: An International Perspective on their Ecology. D. P. Batzer and D. Boix, Eds. New York: Springer. 601-639.

Booth, Derek B., Allison H. Roy, Benjamin Smith, Krista A Capps. 2016. “Global perspectives on the urban stream syndrome.” Freshwater Science 35 (1): 412-420. 

Capps, Krista A., Catherine N. Bensen, Alonso Ramírez. 2016. “Poverty, urbanization, and environmental degradation: urban streams in the developing world.” Freshwater Science 35 (1): 429-435. 

Dallas, Tad A., Andrew M. Kramer, Marcus Zokan,  John M. Drake. 2016. “Ordination obscures the influence of environment on plankton metacommunity structure.” Limnology & Oceanography Letters 1 (1):54-61. 

Dodd, Shelley R., Rebecca S. Haynie, Susan M. Williams, Susan B. Wilde. 2016. “Alternate food-chain transfer of the toxin linked to avian vacuolar myelinopathy and implications for the endangered Florida snail kite (Rostrhamus sociabilis).” Journal of Wildlife Diseases 52 (2): 335-344.

Elkins, Duncan, Sarah C. Sweat, Katie S. Hill, Bernard R. Kuhajda, Anna L. George, Seth J. Wenger. 2016. “The southeastern aquatic biodiversity conservation strategy.” Final Report. University of Georgia River Basin Center, Athens. 

Fox, Brian D., Brian P. Bledsoe, Eleanor Kolden, Matthew C. Kondratieff, and Christopher A. Myrick. 2016. “Eco-Hydraulic Evaluation of a Whitewater Park as a Fish Passage Barrier.” JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 52 (2): 420–42.

Frisch, J.R., J.T. Peterson, K.K. Cecala, J.C. Maerz, C.R. Jackson, T.L. Gragson, an C.M. Pringle.  2016. “Patch occupancy of stream fauna across a land cover gradient in the southern Appalachians, USA.”  Hydrobiologia 773: 163-175.

Ghimire, Ramesh, Susana Ferreira. 2016. “Floods and armed conflict.” Environmental and Developmental Economics 21 (1): 23-52. 

Golladay, S.W., K.L. Martin, J.M. Vose, D.N. Wear, A.P. Covich, R.J. Hobbs, K.D. Klepzig, G.E. Likens, R.J. Naiman, and A.W. Shearer. 2016. “Achievable future conditions as a framework for guiding forest conservation and management.” Forest Ecology and Management 360: 80-96.

Griffiths, N.A., C.R. Jackson, J.J. McDonnell, J. Klaus, E. Du, and M. Bitew. 2016. “Dual nitrate isotopes clarify the role of biological processing and hydrologic flowpaths on nitrogen cycling in subtropical low-gradient watersheds.” Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences 121(2): 422-437.

Grossman, G.D. 2016. “Predation on fishes in the Sacramento – San Joaquin Delta: current knowledge and future directions.” San Francisco Estuary Watershed Science 14 (2): Article 8.

Grossman, G.D., Orth, D. & J. Neuswanger. 2016. “Innovative approaches to fisheries education.” Fisheries 41: 450-457.

Grossman, G.D., Sundin,G. & R. Ratajczak. 2016. “Long-term persistence, density-dependence and effects of climate change on rosyside dace (cyprinidae).” Freshwater Biology 61 (6): 832–847.

Grossman, G.D., & T. Richards. 2016. “Active learning via student karaoke videos.” International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 28 (2): 204-217.

Gaur, N., Mohanty, B. P. 2016. “Land-surface controls on near-surface soil moisture dynamics: Traversing remote sensing footprints.” Water Resources. Research 52 (1): 6365– 6385. 

Hamel, M. J., J. J. Spurgeon, M. A. Pegg, J. J. Hammen, M. L. Rugg. 2016. “Hydrologic Variability Influences Local Probability of Pallid Sturgeon Occurrence in a Missouri River Tributary.” River Research and Applications 32 (3): 320 – 329. 

Hamel, M. J., J. J. Spurgeon, C. J. Chizinski, K. D. Steffensen, M. A. Pegg. 2016. “Variability in Age Estimation Results in Ambiguity and False Understanding of Population Persistence.” North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36 (3): 514-522. 

Hardee, T, P Nelson, M Kondratieff, and B Bledsoe. 2016. “Evaluation of Fish Passage at Whitewater Parks Using 2D and 3D Hydraulic Modeling.” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2016 (December): EP53D1001.

Hite, Jessica L., Rachel L. Penczykowski, Marta S. Shockett, Alexander T. Strauss, Paul A. Orlando, Meghan A. Duffy, Carla E. Cáceres. 2016. “Parasites destabilize host populations by shifting stage-structured interactions.” Ecology 97(2):439-449.

Hogberg, N. P., M. J. Hamel, M. A. Pegg. 2016. “Age-0 Channel Catfish Ictalurus Punctatus Growth Related to Environmental Conditions in the Channelized Missouri River, Nebraska.” River Research and Applications 32 (4): 744 – 752. 

Hughes, William and Mary Freeman, Elliott Jones, John Jones, Jacob Lafontaine, Jaime Painter, Lynn Torak, Steve Walsh. 2016. “Watershed modeling and development of ecological flows in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River Basin, Alabama, Florida, and Georgia.” In Headwaters to estuaries: advances in watershed science and management -Proceedings of the Fifth Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds. North Charleston:  e-General Technical Report. 

Huete-Pérez, J.A., M. Ortega-Hegg, G.R. Urquhart, A.P. Covich, K. Vammen, B.E. Rittmann, J. C. Miranda, S. Espinoza-Corriols, A. Acevedo, M.L. Acosta, J.P. Gómez, M.T. Brett, M. Hanemann, A. Härer, J. Incer- Barquero, F.J. Joyce, J.W. Lauer, J.M. Maes, M.B. Tomson, A. Meyer, S. Montenegro-Guillén, W. L. Whitlow, J. L. Schnoor, P. J.J. Alvarez. 2016. “Critical uncertainties and gaps in the Environmental and Social Impact Assessment of the proposed interoceanic canal through Nicaragua.” BioScience 66: 632-645.

Isaak, D. J., M. K. Young, C. H. Luce, S. W. Hostetler, S. J. Wenger, E. E. Peterson, J. M. Ver Hoef, M. C. Groce, D. L. Horan, and D. E. Nagel. 2016. “Slow climate velocities of mountain streams portend their role as refugia for cold-water biodiversity.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 113: 4374–4379.

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