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 email@example.com with a list of your publications through the last five years.
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Alber, Merryl and O’Conner, Jessica L. 2020. “Elevation Drives Gradients in Surface Soil Temperature Within Salt Marshes.” Geophysical Research Letters 46 (10):5313-5322.
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.
Bernardes, Sergio, T Pendergast IV, Jon Calabria, Katrien Devos. 2020 “Implementations and Evaluation of a High Throughput Phenotyping System to Resolve Morphometric Traits under Multiple Environmental Conditions.” AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2020: B002-006.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Czaja, A., A.P. Covich, J.L. Estrada-Rodríguez, U. Romero-Méndez, J. Saenz-Mata, I.G. Meza-Sánchez, V. Ávila-Rodríguez, J. L. Becerra-López, D. R. Aguillón-Gutiérrez, and J.G. Castañeda-Gaytán. 2019. “Freshwater snails from northern Mexico – A case of a ‘silent’ local extinction with the description of a new species.” Boletín de la Sociedad Geólogica Mexicana 71: 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. “Ecosphere, 10 (7): e02786.
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.
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.
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, 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Hamman, EA, SA McKinley, AC Stier, CW Osenberg. 2018. “Landscape configuration drives persistent spatial patterns of occupant distributions.” Theoretical Ecology 11: 111-127.
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.
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