Welcome to the River Basin Center library, a digital bookshelf for the latest publications and other documents generated by our members.

Are you an RBC member who would like to see your work showcased? Email with a list of your publications through the last three years.

Darold Batzer

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

Batzer, D., & Boix, D. (2016). Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands An International Perspective on their Ecology. Springer

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, in press.

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. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.06.154

Batzer, D. P., & Wu, H. (2019). Ecology of Terrestrial Arthropods in Freshwater Wetlands.. Annual review of entomology. doi:10.1146/annurev-ento-011019-024902

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. doi:10.1111/fwb.13302

Dodds, W. K., Bruckerhoff, L., Batzer, D., Schechner, A., Pennock, C., Renner, E., . . . Grieger, S. (2019). The freshwater biome gradient framework: predicting macroscale properties based on latitude, altitude, and precipitation. Ecosphere, 10(7). doi:10.1002/ecs2.2786

Wu, H., Guan, Q., Lu, K., & Batzer, D. P. (2019). Aquatic macroinvertebrate assemblages in wetlands of Northeastern China. HYDROBIOLOGIA, 838(1), 153-162. doi:10.1007/s10750-019-03984-6

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. doi:10.1007/s13157-018-1070-1

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, 27(1), 149-156. doi:10.1007/s11273-018-9648-1

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. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.09.043

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. doi:10.1007/s10750-018-3761-2

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. doi:10.1017/S0376892917000522

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. doi:10.1111/gcb.14133

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. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2018.01.069

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. doi:10.1007/s11273-017-9581-8

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. doi:10.1007/s13157-017-0983-4

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. doi:10.1093/ee/nvx063

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. doi:10.1007/s10750-016-3073-3

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. doi:10.1016/j.ecolind.2016.12.042

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. doi:10.1016/j.baae.2016.10.002

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. doi:10.1071/MF16067

Lee, L. S., Garnett, J. A., Bright, E. G., Sharitz, R. R., & Batzer, D. P. (2016). Vegetation, invertebrate, and fish community response to past and current flow regulation in floodplains of the Savannah River, Southeastern USA. WETLANDS ECOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT, 24(4), 443-455. doi:10.1007/s11273-015-9470-y

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 R. W. Merritt, K. W. Cummins, & M. B. Berg (Eds.), An Introduction to the Aquatic Insects of North America, fifth edition (pp. 43-64). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt

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

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

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

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

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

Jeffrey Hepinstall-Cymerman

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 B 373:20170100

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. 10.1002/ecs2.1868

Gary Grossman

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

Grossman, G.D. 2016. Predation on fishes in the Sacramento – San Joaquin Delta: current knowledge and future directions. San Fran. Est. Watershed Sci. 14(2): 23 pp .

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

Grossman, G.D., & T. Richards. 2016. Active learning via student karaoke videos. Int. J. Teach. Learn. Higher Ed. 28:204-217.

Grossman, G.D. 2016. In the belly of the beast: giving expert testimony in a Congressional oversight hearing. .

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

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

Grossman, G.D. 2017. Coping with the editorial process: considerations for early-career biologists.  Animal Biodiv. & Con. 40: 269–276.

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

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. J. College Sci. Teach 47:92-99.

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

Anglin, Z. W. & G. D. Grossman. 2018 Movement of Southern Brook Charr in a North Carolina headwater stream. Southeast. Nat. 17:476–483.

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

Grossman, G. D. 2019. Writing promotion and tenure evaluations for life scientists: thoughts on structure and content. Anim. Biodiv. & Con. 42:39-43.

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 Jour. Fish. Aquat. Sci.: Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci 76: 815-830.

Grossman, G. D. & D. DeVries. 2019. Authorship decisions in scientific publishing: who, why and how. Animal Biodiv. & Con. 42:337-346.

Bozeman, B.B. & G. D. Grossman. 2019.  Foraging behavior and optimal microhabitat selection in interior Dolly Varden Charr (Salvelinus malma) in Panguingue Creek Alaska Ecol. Freshwat. Fish  

Cullen, J. & G. D. Grossman.  2019. Aggressive interactions affect foraging and use of space in a drift foraging salmonid, Salvelinus malma (salmoniformes: salmonidae). Zool. J. Linnean Soc. 187: 774–781.

Grossman, G.D. & T. Simon. 2019. Density-dependent effects on salmonid populations: a review. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish (accepted, 59 ms. pp.).

Grossman, G.D. & T. Simon. 2019. Student perceptions of OER video-based active learning, in university-level natural history classes: a multi-class evaluation. J. Coll. Sci. Teach. (in press, 41 ms. pp.).

Craig Osenberg

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. DOI 10.1111/2041-210X.12655

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). DOI: 10.1098/rsbl.2016.0957

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. DOI:10.1002/ecy.2048

Hamman, EA, SA McKinley, AC Stier, CW Osenberg.  2018. Landscape configuration drives persistent spatial patterns of occupant distributions. Theoretical Ecology 11:111-127.  doi:10.1007/s12080-017-0352-1

Brown, AL and CW Osenberg.  2018. Vermetid gastropods modify physical and chemical conditions above coral-algal interactions.  Oecologia 186:1091-1099 doi:10.1007/s00442-018-4091-9

Osenberg, CW. 2018.  No clean coal for stream animals.  Nature Sustainability 1:160-161. doi:10.1038/s41893-018-0049-5  *(invited editorial).

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. doi:10.1002/ecy.2477

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. doi:10.1002/ecs2.2576

Brown, AL, EK Lipp, and CW Osenberg.  2019. Algae dictate multiple stressor effects on coral microbiomes.  Coral Reefs . doi: 10.1007/s00338-019-01769-w

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.  doi: 10.3354/meps12920.

Briggs, AA, CW Osenberg. 2019.  Species-specific oviposition patterns in Aedes mosquitoes in response to spatial clustering of larval habitats.  Oecologia 190:835-845 (and supplement). doi: 10.1007/s00442-019-04448-3

Catherine Pringle

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.

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. 10.1371/journal.pone.0213306.

Tiegs, S., Costello, D. M., Isken, M. W., Woodward, G., McIntyre, P.B. and  co-authors including C. M. Pringle. 2019. Ecosystem functioning gauged via  global crowdsourcing. Science Advances 5:

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.

Alan Covich

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 579:1242362

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. Pp. 365-380, In: K. Del-Claro and R. Guillermo (eds.) Aquatic insects: Behaviour and Ecology, Springer, Cham.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Shivers, S.D., S.P. Opsahl, and A.P. Covich. 2016. Microbial bioavailability of dissolved organic carbon from leachates of freshwater autotrophs. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 76: 233-241. 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.

Marzolf, N.S., Golladay, S.W., Covich, A.P. 2016. Is environmental calcium availability limiting dispersal of an invasive snail in Lake Seminole and associated smaller lakes? Proceedings of the Georgia Water Resources Conference. Athens, Georgia.

Rhett Jackson

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. Accepted. Future trajectories for ecosystems in the U.S. Long-term Term Ecological Research Network: The importance of time lags. Ecosphere.

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

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.

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.

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.

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. doi.10.1111/gcbb.12536

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Rugel, K., S.W. Golladay, C.R. Jackson, T.C. Rasmussen. 2016. Delineating groundwater/surface water interaction in a karst watershed: Lower Flint River Basin, southwestern Georgia, USA. Journal of Hydrology: Regional Studies 5:1-19.

Puneet Dwivedi

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.

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.

Seth Wenger

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.

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.

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.

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. 2017a. 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 53:9181–9205.

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

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.

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 0:1–12.

Paula, F. R. de, P. Gerhard, S. F. de B. Ferraz, and S. J. Wenger. 2018a. 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.

Paula, F. R. de, P. Gerhard, S. F. de B. Ferraz, and S. J. Wenger. 2018b. 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.

Roy, A. H., K. A. Capps, R. W. El-Sabaawi, K. L. Jones, T. B. Parr, A. Ramírez, R. F. Smith, C. J. Walsh, and S. J. Wenger. 2016. Urbanization and stream ecology: Diverse mechanisms of change. Freshwater Science 35:272–277.

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.

Sterling, J. L., A. D. Rosemond, and S. J. Wenger. 2016. Watershed urbanization affects macroinvertebrate community structure and reduces biomass through similar pathways in Piedmont streams, Georgia, USA. Freshwater Science 35:676–688.

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.

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.

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.

Wheeler, K., S. J. Wenger, and M. C. Freeman. 2018a. 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. 2018b. Stream fish colonization but not persistence varies regionally across a large North American river basin. Biological Conservation 223:1–10.