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The following list contains all FLBS publications from 1901-1999, in descending order by year.

If you would like more information on documents by a specific researcher, researcher-specific lists can be found at each researcher's home page. If you would like a reprint or more information on a specific document below, please contact us.

For newer publications (year 2000 or newer), see current publications.

Updated 11/19/2012.

1.Baxter, C. V., C. A. Frissell and F. R. Hauer.  1999.  Geomorphology, logging roads and the distribution of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) spawning in a forested river basin: Implications for management and conservation.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 128(5):854–867.

2.Chess, D. W. and J. A. Stanford.  1999.  Experimental effects of temperature and prey asemblage on growth and lipid accumulation by Mysis relicta loven.  Hydrobiologia 412(1):155–164.

3.Fagre, D. B., C. H. Key, J. D. White, S. W. Running, F. R. Hauer, R. E. Keane and K. C. Ryan.  1999.  Ecosystem dynamics of the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA.  The Parthenon Publishing Group, Oxford, United Kingdom.  20–22 pp.

4.Frolking, S., K. McDonald, J. Kimball, R. Zimmermann, J. B. Way and S. W. Running.  1999.  Using the space-borne NASA Scatterometer (NSCAT) to determine the frozen and thawed seasons of a boreal landscape.  Journal of Geophysical Research 104(D22):27,895–27,907.

5.Hauer, F. R., G. C. Poole, J. T. Gangemi and C. V. Baxter.  1999.  Large woody debris in bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) spawning streams of logged and wilderness watersheds in northwest Montana.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56:915–924.

6.Independent Scientific Group, c. R. N. Williams, P. A. Bisson, D. L. Bottom, L. D. Calvin, C. C. Coutant, J. M. W. Erho, C. A. Frissell, J. A. Lichatowich, W. J. Liss, W. E. McConnaha, P. R. Mundy, J. A. Stanford and R. R. Whitney.  1999.  Return to the River: Scientific issues in the restoration of salmonid fishes in the Columbia River.  Fisheries Management 24(3):10–19.

7.Kimball, J. S., S. W. Running and S. S. Saatchi.  1999.  Sensitivity of boreal forest regional water flux and net primary production simulations to sub-grid scale land cover complexity.  Journal of Geophysical Research 104(D22):27,789–27,801.

8.Lowe, W. H. and F. R. Hauer.  1999.  Ecology of two large, net-spinning caddisfly species in a mountain stream: distribution, abundance and metabolic response to a thermal gradient.  Canadian Journal of Zoology 77:1637–1644.

9.Running, S. W., J. B. Way, K. McDonald, J. S. Kimball, S. Frolking, A. R. Keyser and R. Zimmerman.  1999.  Radar remote sensing proposed for monitoring freeze/thaw transitions in boreal regions.  Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 80(19):213, 220–221.

10.Shakarjian, M. J. and J. A. Stanford.  1999.  Impacts to river biota studied in Zion Narrows.  Park Science 19(1):12.

11.Spencer, C. N., D. S. Potter, R. T. Bukantis and J. A. Stanford.  1999.  Impact of predation by Mysis relicta on zooplankton in Flathead Lake, Montana, USA.  Journal of Plankton Research 21(1):51–64.

12.Wicklum, D.  1999.  Variation in horizontal zooplankton abundance in mountain lakes: shore avoidance or fish predation?  Journal of Plankton Research 21(10):1957–1975.

13.Wilson, J. P. and M. S. Lorang.  1999.  Spatial models of soil erosion and GIS, pp. 83–103.  IN:  Fotheringham, A. S. and M. Wegener (eds.),  Spatial Models and GIS - New Potential and New Models.  Taylor and Francis, Chichester.

14.Chess, D. W. and J. A. Stanford.  1998.  Comparative energetics and life cycle of the opossum shrimp (Mysis relicta) in native and non-native environments.  Freshwater Biology 40(4):783–794.

15.Ellis, B. K., J. A. Stanford and J. V. Ward.  1998.  Microbial assemblages and production in alluvial aquifers of the Flathead River, Montana, USA.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 17(4):382–402.

16.Hauer, F. R. and R. D. Smith.  1998.  The hydrogeomorphic approach to functional assessment of riparian wetlands: evaluating impacts and mitigation on river floodplains in the USA.  Freshwater Biology 40(3):517–530.

17.Hauer, F. R. and C. N. Spencer.  1998.  Phosphorus and nitrogen dynamics in streams associated with wildfire: A study of immediate and longterm effects.  International Journal of Wildland Fire 8(4):183–198.

18.Holmes, M. E. and G. C. Poole.  1998.  Management of a long-term water quality database: FLATDAT for the Flathead Lake Biological Station, pp. 111–116.  IN:  Michener, W. K., J. H. Porter and S. G. Stafford (eds.),  Data and Information Management in the Ecological Sciences: A Resource Guide.  University of New Mexico, Albuquerque.

19.Independent Scientific Group.  1998.  Return to the River: An ecological vision for the recovery of the Columbia River salmon.  Environmental Law 28:503–518.

20.Jamieson, W. and V. H. Resh.  1998.  Biology of Tanychela pilosa (Hymemoptera: Ichneumonidae), a parasitoid of the aquatic moth Petrophila confusalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae).  Entomology News 109(5):329–338.

21.Marks, D., J. Kimball, D. Tingey and T. Link.  1998.  The sensitivity of snowmelt processes to climate conditions and forest cover during rain-on-snow: a case study of the 1996 Pacific Northwest flood.  Hydrological Processes 12:1569–1587.

22.Pusch, M., D. Fiebig, I. Brettar, H. Eisenmann, B. K. Ellis, L. A. Kaplan, M. A. Lock, M. W. Naegeli and W. Traunspurger.  1998.  The role of micro-organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters.  Freshwater Biology 40(3):453–495.

23.Scrimgeour, G. J., D. Wicklum and S. D. Pruss.  1998.  Selection of an aquatic indicator species to monitor organic contaminants in trophically simple lotic food webs.  Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 35:565–572.

24.Spencer, C. N. and B. K. Ellis.  1998.  Role of nutrients and zooplankton in regulation of phytoplankton in Flathead Lake (Montana, USA), a large oligotrophic lake.  Freshwater Biology 39(4):755–763.

25.Stanford, J. A.  1998.  Rivers in the landscape: introduction to the special issue on riparian and groundwater ecology.  Freshwater Biology 40(3):402–406.

26.Stanford, J. A. and T. Gonser.  1998.  Special Issue Rivers in the Landscape: riparian and groundwater ecology.  Freshwater Biology 40(3):401–585.

27.Tabacchi, E., D. L. Correll, R. Hauer, G. Pinay, A.-M. Planty-Tabacchi and R. C. Wissmar.  1998.  Development, maintenance and role of riparian vegetation in the river landscape.  Freshwater Biology 40(3):497–516.

28.Tardiff, S. E. and J. A. Stanford.  1998.  Grizzly bear digging: effects on subalpine meadow plants in relation to mineral nitrogen availability.  Ecology 79(7):2219–2228.

29.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1998.  Changing perspectives in the ecology of regulated rivers.  Australian Soc. Limnol., Spec. Publ. 12:37–51.

30.Watson, P. J.  1998.  Multi-male mating and female choice increase offspring growth in the spider Neriene litigiosa (Linyphiidae).  Animal Behavior 55:387–403.

31.Allendorf, F. W., D. Bayles, D. L. Bottom, K. P. Currens, C. A. Frissell, D. Hankin, J. A. Lichatowich, W. Nehlsen, P. C. Trotter and T. H. Williams.  1997.  Prioritizing Pacific salmon stocks for conservation.  Conservation Biology 11(1):140–152.

32.Blem, C. R.  1997.  Lipid reserves of the eastern cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus) at the northern edge of its range.  Copeia 1:53–59.

33.Blem, C. R., L. B. Blem and C. C. Cosgrove.  1997.  Field studies of rufous hummingbird sucrose preference: does source height affect test results?  Journal of Field Ornithology 68(2):245–252.

34.Coutant, C. C., L. D. Calvin, J. M. W. Erho, J. A. Lichatowich, W. J. Liss, W. E. McConnaha, P. R. Mundy, J. A. Stanford, R. R. Whitney, R. N. Williams, D. L. Bottom and C. A. Frissell.  1997.  The normative river: An ecological vision for the recovery of the Columbia River salmon.  American Society of Civil Engineers, Atlanta, Georgia.  50–59 pp.

35.Ebersole, J. L., W. J. Liss and C. A. Frissell.  1997.  Restoration of stream habitats in the western USA: restoration as reexpression of habitat capacity.  Environmental Management 21(1):1–14.

36.Fagre, D. B., P. L. Comanor, J. D. White, F. R. Hauer and S. W. Running.  1997.  Watershed responses to climate change at Glacier National Park.  Journal Amer. Water Res. Assoc. 33(4):755–765.

37.Frissell, C. A.  1997.  Ecological principles, pp. 96–115.  IN:  Williams, J. E., C. A. Wood and M. P. Dombeck (eds.),  Watershed Restoration:  Principles and Practices.  Americal Fisheries Society, Bethesda.

38.Frissell, C. A., W. J. Liss, R. E. Gresswell, R. K. Nawa and J. L. Ebersole.  1997.  A resource in crisis: changing the measure of salmon management, pp. 411–444.  IN:  Stouder, D. J., P. A. Bisson and R. J. Naiman (eds.),  Pacific Salmon and Their Ecosystems:  Status and Future Options.  Chapman and Hall, New York.

39.Hauer, F. R., J. S. Baron, D. H. Campbell, K. D. Fausch, S. W. Hostetler, G. H. Leavesley, P. R. Leavitt, D. M. McKnight and J. A. Stanford.  1997.  Assessment of climate change and freshwater ecosystems of the Rocky Mountains, USA and Canada.  Hydrological Processes 11(8):903–924.

40.Poole, G., R. J. Naiman, J. Pastor and J. A. Stanford.  1997.  Uses and limitations of ground penetrating RADAR in two riparian systems, pp. 140–148.  IN:  Gibert, J., J. Mathieu and F. Fournier (eds.),  Groundwater/Surface Water Ecotones: Biological and Hydrological Interactions and Management Options.  Cambridge University Press, Port Chester.

41.Poole, G. C., C. A. Frissell and S. C. Ralph.  1997.  In-stream habitat unit classification: Inadequacies for monitoring and some consequences for management.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association 33(4):879–896.

42.Wicklum, D., D. E. C. Smith and R. W. Davies.  1997.  Mortality, preference, avoidance and activity of a predatory leech exposed to cadmium.  Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 32:178–183.

43.Wissmar, R. C., J. A. Stanford and B. K. Ellis.  1997.  Stable nitrogen isotope tracing of trophic relations in food webs of river and hyporheic habitats, pp. 166–171.  IN:  Gibert, J., J. Mathieu and F. Fournier (eds.),  Groundwater/Surface Water Ecotones:  Biological and Hydrological Interactions and Management Options.  Cambridge University Press, Port Chester.

44.Collister, D. M. and D. Wicklum.  1996.  Intraspecific variation in Loggerhead Shrikes: sexual dimorphism and implication for subspecies classification.  The Auk 113(1):221–223.

45.Frissell, C. A. and D. Bayles.  1996.  Ecosystem management and the conservation of aquatic biodiversity and ecological integrity.  Water Resources Bulletin 32(2):229–240.

46.Frissell, C. A. and D. G. Lonzarich.  1996.  Habitat use and competition among stream fishes, pp. 493–510.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press, San Diego.

47.Hauer, F. R. and W. R. Hill.  1996.  Temperature, light, and oxygen, pp. 93–106.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. R. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press, San Diego.

48.Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.).  1996.  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press, San Diego.

49.Hauer, F. R. and V. H. Resh.  1996.  Benthic macroinvertebrates, pp. 339–369.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press, San Diego.

50.Imbert, J. B. and J. A. Stanford.  1996.  An ecological study of a regulated prairie stream in western Montana.  Regulated Rivers:  Research and Management 12(6):597–615.

51.Lohr, S. and J. Stanford.  1996.  A new horizon for biological field stations and marine laboratories.  TREE 11(5):228.

52.Stanford, J. A.  1996.  Landscapes and catchment basins, pp. 3–22.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press, San Diego.

53.Stanford, J. A. and G. C. Poole.  1996.  A protocol for ecosystem management.  Ecol. Soc. of America Ecological Applications 6(3):741–744.

54.Stanford, J. A., J. V. Ward, W. J. Liss, C. A. Frissell, R. N. Williams, J. A. Lichatowich and C. C. Coutant.  1996.  A general protocol for restoration of regulated rivers.  Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 12(4–5):391–413.

55.Wicklum, D. and R. W. Davies.  1996.  The effects of chronic cadmium stress on energy acquisition and alocation in a freshwater benthic invertebrate predator.  Aquatic Toxicology 35:237–252.

56.Blem, C. R. and L. B. Blem.  1995.  The eastern cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus) at the northern edge of its range.  Journal of Herpetology 29(3):391–398.

57.Butler, N. M.  1995.  Effects of sediment loading on food perception and ingestion by freshwater copepods.  Mar. Fresh. Behav. Physiol. 26:287–294.

58.Loken, B. R., C. N. Spencer and J. W. O. Granath.  1995.  Prevalence and transmission of cercariae causing schistosome dermatitis in Flathead Lake, Montana.  J. Parasitol. 81(4):646–649.

59.Naiman, R. J., J. J. Magnuson, D. M. McKnight and J. A. Stanford (eds.).  1995.  The Freshwater Imperative: A Research Agenda,  1st Edition.  Island Press, Washington.

60.Naiman, R. J., J. J. Magnuson, D. M. McKnight, J. A. Stanford and J. R. Karr.  1995.  Freshwater ecosystems and their management: A national initiative.  Science 270(5236):584–585.

61.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1995.  Ecological connectivity in alluvial river ecosystems and its disruption by flow regulation.  Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 11(1):105–119.

62.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1995.  The serial discontinuity concept: extending the model to floodplain rivers.  Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 10(2–4):159–168.

63.Watson, P. J.  1995.  Dancing in the Dome: males are lured by food and sex into erotic contests and deadly brawls.  Natural History 104(3):40–43.

64.Butler, N. M.  1994.  Lipid storage in Diaptomus kenai (Copepoda; Calanoida): effects of inter- and intraspecific variation in food quality.  Hydrobiologia 274:9–16.

65.Gibert, J., D. L. Danielopol and J. A. Stanford.  1994.  Groundwater Ecology.  Academic Press, Inc., San Diego. 

66.Gibert, J., J. A. Stanford, M.-J. Dole-Oliver and J. V. Ward.  1994.  Basic attributes of groundwater ecosystems and prospects for research, pp. 7–40.  IN:  Gibert, J., D. L. Danielopol and J. A. Stanford (eds.),  Groundwater Ecology.  Academic Press, Inc., San Diego.

67.Ralph, S. C., G. C. Poole, L. L. Conquest and R. J. Naiman.  1994.  Stream channel morphology and woody debris in logged and unlogged basins of western Washington.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 51:37–51.

68.Stanford, J. A. and J. Gibert.  1994.  Conclusions and Perspective, pp. 543–547.  IN:  Gibert, J., D. Danielopol, J. A. Stanford (ed.),  Groundwater Ecology.  Academic Press, Inc., San Diego.

69.Stanford, J. A. and H. M. Valett.  1994.  Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Ground Water Ecology.  American Water Resources Association, Atlanta, Georgia.  390 pp.

70.Stanford, J. A. and H. M. Valett (eds.).  1994.  Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Ground Water Ecology.  Second International Conference on Ground Water Ecology, Atlanta, GA.  American Water Resources Association, 27–30 March 1994.

71.Stanford, J. A., J. V. Ward and B. K. Ellis.  1994.  Ecology of the alluvial aquifers of the Flathead River, Montana, pp. 367–390.  IN:  Gibert, J., D. L. Danielopol, J. A. Stanford (ed.),  Groundwater Ecology.  Academic Press, Inc., San Diego.

72.Ward, J. V., J. A. Stanford and N. J. Voelz.  1994.  Spatial distribution patterns of Crustacea in the floodplain aquifer of an alluvial river.  Hydrobiologia 287(1):11–17.

73.Watson, P. J. and J. R. B. Lighton.  1994.  Sexual selection and the energetics of copulatory courtship in the sierra dome spider, Linyphia litigiosa.  Animal Behaviour 48:615–626.

74.Blem, C. R. and L. B. Blem.  1993.  Do swallows sunbathe to control ectoparasites? An experimental test.  The Condor 95(3):728–730.

75.Blem, C. R., L. B. Blem, J. H. Felix and D. W. Holt.  1993.  Estimation of body mass of voles from crania in short-eared owl pellets.  American Midland Naturalist 129(2):282–287.

76.Chess, D. W., F. Gibson, A. T. Scholz and R. J. White.  1993.  The introduction of Lahontan cutthroat trout into a previously fishless lake: Feeding habits and effects upon the zooplankton and benthic community.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 8(3):215–225.

77.DeBolt, A. and B. McCune.  1993.  Lichens of Glacier National Park, Montana.  The Bryologist 96(2):192–204.

78.Gwynne, D. T.  1993.  Food quality controls sexual selection in Mormon crickets by altering male mating investment.  Ecology 74(5):1406–1413.

79.Hauer, F. R.  1993.  Artificial streams for the study of macroinvertebrate growth and bioenergetics.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 12(4):333–337.

80.Jourdonnais, J. H. and F. R. Hauer.  1993.  Electrical frequency control and its effects on flow and river ecology in the lower Flathead River, Montana.  Rivers 4(2):132–145.

81.Leendertz, F. H.  1993.  Influence of logging on small mammal commmunities in Western Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 53.

82.Lorang, M. S., P. D. Komar and J. A. Stanford.  1993.  Lake level regulation and shoreline erosion in Flathead Lake, Montana: a response to the redistribution of annual wave energy.  Journal of Coastal Research 9(2):494–508.

83.Lorang, M. S. and J. A. Stanford.  1993.  Variability of shoreline erosion and accretion within a beach compartment of Flathead Lake, Montana.  Limnology and Oceanography 38(8):1783–1795.

84.Lorang, M. S., J. A. Stanford, F. R. Hauer and J. H. Jourdonnais.  1993.  Dissipative and reflective beaches in a large lake and the physical effects of lake level regulation.  Ocean and Coastal Management 19(3):263–287.

85.Marks, J. C. and R. L. Lowe.  1993.  Interactive effects of nutrient availability and light levels on the periphyton composition of a large oligotrophic lake.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 50(6):1270–1278.

86.Nawa, R. K. and C. A. Frissell.  1993.  Measuring scour and fill of gravel streambeds with scour chains and sliding-bead monitors.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 13(3):634–639.

87.Spencer, C. and B. Loken.  1993.  Scratching for Answers.  Montana Outdoors 24(4):24–26.

88.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1993.  An ecosystem perspective of alluvial rivers: connectivity and the hyporheic corridor.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 12(1):48–60.

89.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1993.  Research needs in regulated river ecology.  Regulated Rivers:  Research and Management 8:205–209.

90.Watson, P. J.  1993.  Foraging advantage of polyandry for female sierra dome spiders (Linyphia litigiosa: Linyphiidae) and assessment of alternative direct benefit hypotheses.  American Naturalist 141(3):440–465.

91.Benke, A. C., F. R. Hauer, D. L. Stites, J. L. Meyer and R. T. Edwards.  1992.  Growth of snag-dwelling mayflies in a blackwater river: The influence of temperature and food.  Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 125(1):63–81.

92.Blem, C. R. and L. B. Blem.  1992.  Some observations of sunbathing in swallows.  Journal of Field Ornithology 63(1):53–56.

93.Hall, C. A. S., J. A. Stanford and F. R. Hauer.  1992.  The distribution and abundance of organisms as a consequence of energy balances along multiple environmental gradients.  Oikos 65(3):377–390.

94.Plénet, S., P. Marmonier, J. Gibert, J. A. Stanford, A. Bodergat and C. M. Schmidt.  1992.  Groundwater hazard evaluation: A perspective for the use of interstitial and benthic invertebrates as sentinel of aquifer metallic contamination.  American Water Resources Association,  319–329 pp.

95.Stanford, J. A. and F. R. Hauer.  1992.  Mitigating the impacts of stream and lake regulation in the Flathead River Catchment, Montana, USA: An ecosystem perspective.  Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 2(1):35–63.

96.Stanford, J. A. and J. J. Simons (eds.).  1992.  Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ground Water Ecology.  American Water Resources Association, Bethesda.

97.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1992.  Emergent properties of ground water ecology: Conference conclusions and recommendations for research and management.  American Water Resources Association, Bethesda.  409–415 pp.

98.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1992.  Management of aquatic resources in large catchments: Recognizing interactions between ecosystem connectivity and environmental disturbance, pp. 91–124.  IN:  Naiman, R. J. (ed.),  Watershed Management.  Springer-Verlag, New York.

99.Dodds, W. K., J. C. Priscu and B. K. Ellis.  1991.  Seasonal uptake and regeneration of inorganic nitrogen and phosphorus in a large oligotrophic lake: size-fractionation and antibiotic treatment.  Journal of Plankton Research 13(6):1339–1358.

100.Hauer, F. R. and A. C. Benke.  1991.  Rapid growth of snag-dwelling chironomids in a blackwater river: the influence of temperature and discharge.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 10:154–164.

101.Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.  1991.  Distribution and abundance of Trichoptera in a large regulated river.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24:1636–1639.

102.Lorang, M. S.  1991.  An artificial perched-gravel beach as a shore protection structure.  Seattle, Washington.  1916–1925 pp.

103.Reid, J. W., E. B. Reed, J. V. Ward, N. J. Voelz and J. A. Stanford.  1991.  Diacyclops languidoides (Lilljeborg, 1901) sl and Acanthocyclops montana, new species (Copepoda, Cyclopoida), from groundwater in Montana, USA.  Hydrobiologia 218:133–149.

104.Spencer, C. N. and F. R. Hauer.  1991.  Phosphorus and nitrogen dynamics in streams during a wildfire.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 10(1):24–30.

105.Spencer, C. N., B. R. McClelland and J. A. Stanford.  1991.  Shrimp stocking, salmon collapse and eagle displacement: Cascading interactions in the food web of a large aquatic ecosystem.  BioScience 41(1):14–21.

106.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1991.  Limnology of Lake Powell and the chemistry of the Colorado River.  National Academy Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico.  75–101 pp.

107.Varrelman, S. K. and C. N. Spencer.  1991.  Preliminary investigation of effects of water-level regulation on nearshore benthic invertebrates of Flathead Lake compared to Lake McDonald, northwest Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 51:85–102.

108.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1991.  Benthic faunal patterns along the longitudinal gradient of a Rocky Mountain river system.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24(5):3087–3094.

109.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1991.  Research directions in stream ecology, pp. 121–132.  IN:  Menon, J. (ed.),  Advances in Ecology.  Council Sci. Res., Trivandrum.

110.Watson, P. J.  1991.  Multiple paternity and first mate sperm precedence in the sierra dome spider, Linyphia litigiosa Keyserling (Linyphiidae).  Animal Behavior 41:135–148.

111.Watson, P. J.  1991.  Multiple paternity as genetic bet-hedging in female sierra dome spiders, Linyphia litigiosa (Linyphiidae).  Animal Behavior 41:343–360.

112.Jourdonnais, J. H., J. A. Stanford, F. R. Hauer and C. A. S. Hall.  1990.  Assessing options for stream regulation using hydrologic simulations and cumulative impact analyses: Flathead River Basin, USA.  Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 5(3):279–293.

113.McDowell, W. H., C. G. Sánchez, C. E. Asbury and C. R. R. Pérez.  1990.  Influence of sea salt aerosols and long range transport on precipitation chemistry at El Verde, Puerto Rico.  Atmospheric Environment 24A(11):2813–2821.

114.Ring, S. and J. A. Stanford.  1990.  Recent disturbance in the Flathead Lake (Montana) ecosystem: How does the osprey fare?  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 50:29–36.

115.Sedell, J. R., G. H. Reeves, F. R. Hauer, J. A. Stanford and C. P. Hawkins.  1990.  Role of refugia in recovery from disturbances: modern fragmented and disconnected river systems.  Environmental Management 14(5):711–724.

116.Spencer, C. N. and B. K. Ellis.  1990.  Co-limitation by phosphorus and nitrogen, and effects of zooplankton mortality, on phytoplankton in Flathead Lake, Montana, USA.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24:206–209.

117.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1990.  Ephemeroptera of the Gunnison River, Colorado, U.S.A., pp. 215–222.  IN:  Campbell, I. C. (ed.),  Mayflies and Stoneflies.  Kluwer Academic Publishers.

118.Watson, P. J.  1990.  Female-enhanced male competition determines the first mate and principal sire in the spider Linyphia litigiosa (Linyphiidae).  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 26:77–90.

119.Hall, C. A. S., J. H. Jourdonnais and J. A. Stanford.  1989.  Assessing the impacts of stream regulation in the Flathead River Basin, Montana, USA I Simulation modelling of system water balance.  Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 3(1):61–77.

120.Hauer, F. R.  1989.  Organic matter transport and retention in a blackwater stream recovering from flow augmemntation and thermal discharge.  Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 4:371–380.

121.Hauer, F. R., J. A. Stanford and J. V. Ward.  1989.  Serial discontinuities in a Rocky Mountain river II Distribution and abundance of Trichoptera.  Regulated Rivers:  Research and Management 3(1):177–182.

122.Jeffers, J. and e. a. J. Stanford.  1989.  Theoretical considerations of the ecotone concept, pp. 55–59.  IN:  Naiman, R. J., et al. (ed.),  Role of land/inland water ecotones in landscape management and restoration.  Man and Biosphere Digest 4.  United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Paris.

123.Seastedt, T. R., M. V. Reddy and S. P. Cline.  1989.  Microarthropods in decaying wood from temperate coniferous and deciduous forests.  Pedobiologia 33:69–77.

124.Spencer, C. N. and D. L. King.  1989.  Role of light, carbon dioxide and nitrogen in regulation of buoyancy, growth and bloom formation of Anabaena flos-aquae.  Journal of Plankton Research 11(2):283–296.

125.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1989.  Serial discontinuities in a Rocky Mountain river I Distribution and abundance of Plecoptera.  Regulated Rivers:  Research and Management 3(1):169–175.

126.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1989.  Groundwater animals of alluvial river systems: a potential management tool, pp. 393–399.  IN:  Grigg, N. S. (ed.),  Proc. Colorado Water  Engineering and Management Conference.  Colorado Water Resour. Res. Inst.  Colorado Water Resources Research Institute, Fort Collins, CO.

127.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1989.  Riverine ecosystems: the influence of man on catchment dynamics and fish ecology.  Proceedings of the International Large River Symposium:56–64.

128.Benke, A. C., C. A. S. Hall, C. P. Hawkins, R. H. Lowe-McConnell, J. A. Stanford, K. Suberkropp and J. V. Ward.  1988.  Bioenergetic considerations in the analyses of stream ecosystems.  Journal of the North American Bethological Society 7(4):480–502.

129.Detwiler, R. P. and C. A. S. Hall.  1988.  Tropical forests and the global carbon cycle.  Science 239:42–47.

130.Ellis, B. K. and J. A. Stanford.  1988.  Nutrient subsidy in montane lakes: fluvial sediments versus volcanic ash.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23:327–340.

131.Ellis, B. K. and J. A. Stanford.  1988.  Phosphorus bioavailability of fluvial sediments determined by algal assays.  Hydrobiologia 160:9–18.

132.Hall, C. A. S.  1988.  An assessment of several of the historically most influential theoretical models used in ecology and of the data provided in their support.  Ecological Modelling 43:5–31.

133.Hall, C. A. S.  1988.  What constitutes a good model and by whose criteria?  Ecological Modelling 43:125–127.

134.Jones, T. S. and V. H. Resh.  1988.  Movements of adult aquatic insects along a Montana (USA) springbrook.  Aquatic Insects 10(2):99–104.

135.Marnell, L. F.  1988.  Status of the westslope cutthroat trout in Glacier National Park, Montana.   61–70 pp.

136.McCune, B.  1988.  Ecological diversity in North American pines.  American Journal of Botany 75(3):353–368.

137.Muir, P. S. and T. V. Armentano.  1988.  Evaluating oxidant injury to foliage of Pinus ponderosa: a comparison of methods.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18:498–505.

138.Poulton, B. C. and K. W. Stewart.  1988.  Aspects of flight behavior in Calineuria californica (Plecoptera: Perlidae) from a rocky mountain lake outlet system.  Entomological News 99(3):99.

139.Power, M. E., R. J. Stout, C. E. Cushing, P. P. Harper, F. R. Hauer, W. J. Matthews, P. B. Moyle, B. Statzner and I. R. Wais De Badgen.  1988.  Biotic and abiotic controls in river and stream communities.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 7:456–479.

140.Resh, V. H. and W. Jamieson.  1988.  Parasitism of the aquatic moth Petrophila confusalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) by the aquatic wasp Tanychela pilosa (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae).  Entomological News 99(44):185–188.

141.Spencer, C. N.  1988.  An inexpensive, deep-water limnocorral that compensates for wave action.  Freshwater Biology 20:273–278.

142.Stanford, J. A. and A. P. Covich.  1988.  Community Structure and Function in Temperate and Tropical Streams, Proceedings of a Symposium.  North American Benthological Society, Flathead Lake Biological Station, The University of Montana.  261–529 pp.

143.Stanford, J. A., F. R. Hauer and J. V. Ward.  1988.  Serial discontinuity in a large river system.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23:1114–1118.

144.Stanford, J. A. and G. W. Prescott.  1988.  Limnological features of a remote alpine lake in Montana, including a new species of Cladophora (Chlorophyta).  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 7(2):140–151.

145.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1988.  The hyporheic habitat of river ecosystems.  Nature 335(6185):64–66.

146.Crowder, L. B., R. W. Drenner, W. C. Kerfoot, D. J. McQueen, E. L. Mills, U. Sommer, C. N. Spencer and M. J. Vanni.  1987.  Food web interactions in lakes, pp. 141–160.  IN:  Carpenter, S. R. (ed.),  Complex Interactions in Lake Communities.  Springer Verlag., New York.

147.Hall, C. A. S.  1987.  Ecosystem ecologists are also conservation biologists.  Conservation Biology 1(3):263–264.

148.Hauer, F. R. and A. C. Benke.  1987.  Influence of temperature and river hydrograph on black fly growth rates in a subtropical blackwater river.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 6(4):251–261.

149.Kline, L. and B. McCune.  1987.  Factors influencing the distribution of Wolffia columbiana and Wolffia punctata (Lemnaceae).  Northwest Science 61(1):41–43.

150.Marnell, L. F., R. J. Behnke and F. W. Allendorf.  1987.  Genetic identification of cutthroat trout, Salmo clarki, in Glacier National Park, Montana.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 44:1830–1839.

151.Perry, S. A., W. B. Perry and J. A. Stanford.  1987.  Effects of thermal regime on size, growth rates and emergence of two species of stoneflies (Plecoptera: Taeniopterygidae, Pteronarcyidae) in the Flathead River, Montana.  American Midland Naturalist 117(1):83–93.

152.Spencer, C. N. and D. L. King.  1987.  Regulation of blue-green algal buoyancy and bloom formation by light, inorganic nitrogen, CO2, and trophic level interactions.  Hydrobiologia 144:183–192.

153.Valett, H. M. and J. A. Stanford.  1987.  Food quality and hydropsychid caddisfly density in a lake outlet stream in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 44(1):77–82.

154.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1987.  The ecology of regulated streams: Past accomplishments and directions for future research, pp. 391–409.  IN:  Craig, J. F. and J. B. Kemper (eds.),  Regulated Streams - Advances in Ecology.  Plenum Press, New York.

155.Hauer, F. R., N. L. Poff and P. L. Firth.  1986.  Leaf litter decomposition across broad thermal gradients in southeastern coastal plain streams and swamps.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 3(4):545–552.

156.Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.  1986.  Ecology and coexistence of two species of Brachycentrus (Trichoptera) in a Rocky Mountain river.  Canadian Journal of Zoology 64(7):1469–1474.

157.Marnell, L. F.  1986.  Impacts of hatchery stocks on wild fish populations.  American Fisheries Society, Lake Ozark, Missouri.  339–347 pp.

158.McCune, B.  1986.  Root competition in a low-elevation grand fir forest in Montana: a trenching experiment.  Northwest Science 60:52–54.

159.Perry, S. A., W. B. Perry and J. A. Stanford.  1986.  Effects of stream regulation on density, growth and emergence of two mayflies (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae) and a caddisfly (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae) in two Rocky Mountain rivers (USA).  Canadian Journal of Zoology 64(3):656–666.

160.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1986.  The Colorado River system, pp. 353–374.  IN:  Davies, B. R. and K. F. Walker (eds.),  The Ecology of River Systems.  Dr. W. Junk Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

161.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1986.  Fish of the Colorado system, pp. 385–402.  IN:  Davies, B. R. and K. F. Walker (eds.),  The Ecology of River Systems.  Dr. W. Junk Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

162.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1986.  Reservoirs of the Colorado system, pp. 375–383.  IN:  Davies, B. R. and K. F. Walker (eds.),  The Ecology of River  Systems.  Monographiae Biologicae.  Dr. W. Junk, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

163.Ward, J. V., H. J. Zimmermann and L. D. Cline.  1986.  Lotic zoobenthos of the Colorado system, pp. 403–423.  IN:  Davies, B. R. and K. F. Walker (eds.),  The Ecology of River Systems.  Monographiae Biologicae.  Dr. W. Junk, Dordrecht.

164.Watson, P. J.  1986.  Transmission of a female sex pheromone thwarted by males in the spider Linyphia litigiosa (Linyphiidae).  Science 233:219–221.

165.Gross, J. E., Z. Wang and B. A. Wunder.  1985.  Effects of food quality and energy needs: changes in gut morphology and capacity of Microtus ochrogaster.  Journal of Mammalogy 66(4):661–667.

166.Marnell, L. F.  1985.  Bull trout investigations in Glacier National Park, Montana, pp. 33–35.  IN:  MacDonald, D. D. (ed.),  Flathead River Basin Bull Trout.  British Columbia Ministry of Environment, Cranbrook.

167.McCune, B. and T. F. H. Allen.  1985.  Forest dynamics in the Bitterroot Canyons, Montana.  Canadian Journal of Botany 63:377–383.

168.McCune, B. and T. F. H. Allen.  1985.  Will similar forests develop on similar sites?  Canadian Journal of Botany 63:367–376.

169.Muir, P. S. and J. E. Lotan.  1985.  Disturbance history and serotiny of Pinus contorta in western Montana.  Ecology 66(5):1658–1668.

170.Muir, P. S. and J. E. Lotan.  1985.  Serotiny and life history of Pinus contorta var latifolia.  Canadian Journal of Botany 63:938–945.

171.Spencer, C. N., N. R. Kevern and T. M. Burton.  1985.  The role of wetlands in nutrient cycling in the Great Lakes region, pp. 177–201.  IN:  Copeland, B. J. (ed.),  Research for Managing the Nation's Estuaries.  Univ. of North Carolina Sea Grant Pub. 84-08.

172.Spencer, C. N. and D. L. King.  1985.  Interactions between light, NH4+, and CO2 in buoyancy regulation of Anabaena flos-aquae (Cyanophyceae).  Journal of Phycology 21:194–199.

173.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1985.  The effects of regulation on the limnology of the Gunnison River: A North American case history, pp. 467–480.  IN:  Lillehamer, A. and S. Saltveit (eds.),  Regulated Rivers.  Universitetsforlaget As., Oslo.

174.Thorp, J. H., E. M. McEwan, M. F. Flynn and F. R. Hauer.  1985.  Invertebrate colonization of submerged wood in a cypress-tupelo swamp and blackwater stream.  American Midland Naturalist 113(1):56–68.

175.McCune, B.  1984.  Lichens with oceanic affinities in the Bitterroot Mountains of Montana and Idaho.  Bryologist 87(1):44–50.

176.Short, R. A., S. L. Smith, D. W. Guthrie and J. A. Stanford.  1984.  Leaf litter processing rates in four Texas streams.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 2(5):469–473.

177.Spencer, C. S. and D. L. King.  1984.  Role of fish in regulation of plant and animal communities in eutrophic ponds.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 41(12):1851–1855.

178.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1984.  The effects of regulation on the limnology of Gunnison River: A North American case history, pp. 467–480.  IN:  Lillehammer, A. and S. J. Saltveit (eds.),  Regulated Rivers.  Oslo University Press, Oslo.

179.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1984.  The regulated stream as a testing ground for ecological theory, pp. 23–38.  IN:  Lillehammer, A. and S. J. Saltveit (eds.),  Regulated Rivers.  Oslo University Press, Oslo.

180.Antos, J. A., B. McCune and C. Bara.  1983.  The effect of fire on an ungrazed western Montana grassland.  American Midland Naturalist 110(2):354–364.

181.McCune, B.  1983.  Fire frequency reduced two orders of magnitude in the Bitterroot Canyons, Montana.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 13:212–218.

182.Stanford, J. A.  1983.  River aquatic systems, pp. 673–677.  IN:  Adams, V. D. and V. A. Lamarra (eds.),  Aquatic Resource Management of the Colorado River Ecosystem.  Ann Arbor Science, Ann Arbor.

183.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1983.  The effects of mainstream dams on physicochemistry of the Gunnison River, Colorado, pp. 43–56.  IN:  Adams, V. D. and V. A. Lamarra (eds.),  Aquatic Resources Management of the Colorado River Ecosystem.  Ann Arbor Sci. Publ., Ann Arbor.

184.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1983.  Insect species diversity as a function of environmental variability and disturbance in stream systems, pp. 265–278.  IN:  Barnes, J. R. and G. W. Minshall (eds.),  Stream Ecology:  Application and Testing of General  Ecological Theory.  Plenum Press, New York.

185.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1983.  The intermediate-disturbance hypothesis: An explanation for biotic diversity patterns in lotic ecosystems, pp. 347–356.  IN:  Fontaine III, T. D. and S. M. Bartell (eds.),  Dynamics of Lotic Ecosystems.  Ann Arbor Science, The Butterworth Group, Kent.

186.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1983.  The serial discontinuity concept of lotic ecosystems, pp. 29–42.  IN:  Fontaine, T. D. I. and S. M. Bartell (eds.),  Dynamics of Lotic Ecosystems.  Ann Arbor Science Publishers, Ann Arbor.

187.Ellis, B. K. and J. A. Stanford.  1982.  Comparative photoheterotrophy, chemoheterotrophy and photolithotrophy in a eutrophic reservoir and an oligotrophic lake.  Limnology and Oceanography 27(3):440–454.

188.Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.  1982.  Bionomics of Dicosmoecus gilvipes (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) in a large western montane river.  American Midland Naturalist 108(1):81–87.

189.Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.  1982.  Ecological responses of hydropsychid caddisflies to stream regulation.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 39(9):1235–1242.

190.Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.  1982.  Ecology and life histories of three net-spinning caddisfly species (Hydropsychidae: Hydropsyche) in the Flathead River, Montana.  Freshwater Invertebrate Biology 1(4):18–29.

191.McCune, B.  1982.  Howellia aquatilis Gray.  Madrono 29:123–124.

192.McCune, B.  1982.  Lichens of the Swan Valley, Montana.  Bryologist (85):13–21.

193.McCune, B. and J. A. Antos.  1982.  Epiphyte communities of the Swan Valley, Montana.  Bryologist 85(1):1–12.

194.Perry, W. B. and J. A. Stanford.  1982.  Algal growth stimulus by phosphorus in Flathead Lake, Montana, sediments.  Northwest Science 56(1):48–52.

195.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1982.  Effects of reduced and perturbated flow below dams on fish food organisms in Rocky Mountain trout streams, pp. 493–501.  IN:  Grover, J. H. (ed.),  Allocation of Fishery Resources.  FAO, Rome.

196.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1982.  Thermal responses in the evolutionary ecology of aquatic insects.  Annual Review of Entomology 27:97–117.

197.Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.  1981.  Larval specialization and phenotypic variation in Arctopsyche grandis (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae).  Ecology 62(3):645–653.

198.McCune, B. and J. A. Antos.  1981.  Correlations between forest layers in the Swan Valley, Montana.  Ecology 62(5):1196–1204.

199.McCune, B. and J. A. Antos.  1981.  Diversity relationships of forest layers in the Swan Valley, Montana.  Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 108(3):354–361.

200.Prete, P. J., T. L. Beitinger and J. A. Stanford.  1981.  Behavioral avoidance of acidic lakewater by bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus (Centrarchidae).  Southwestern Naturalist 26(4):433–436.

201.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1981.  Preliminary interpretations of the distribution of Hydropsychidae in a regulated river.  Dr. W. Junk Publishers, The Hague,  325–330 pp.

202.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1981.  Tailwater biota: Ecological response to environmental alterations, pp. 1516–1525.  IN:  Stefan, H. G. (ed.),  Surface-water Impoundments.  American Society of Civil Engineers, New York.

203.Boswell, J. T., W. B. Perry and J. A. Stanford.  1980.  Analysis of plankton dynamics in a southwestern USA reservoir using ATP assays.  Int. Rev. Gesamten Hydrobiol. 65(1):155–167.

204.Hauer, F. R., E. G. Zimmerman and J. A. Stanford.  1980.  Preliminary investigations of distributional relationship of aquatic insects and genetic variation of a fish population in the Kintla Drainage, Glacier National Park.  National Park Service and American Institute of Biological Sciences, San Francisco, California.  71–84 pp.

205.Perry, W. B., J. T. Boswell and J. A. Stanford.  1979.  Critical problems with extraction of ATP for bioluminescence assay of plankton biomass.  Hydrobiologia 65(2):155–163.

206.Stanford, J. A.  1979.  Proliferation of river deltas in reservoirs: A "natural" mitigative process?   IN:  Swanson, G. A. (ed.),  The Mitigation Symposium:  A National Workshop on Mitigating Losses of Fish and Wildlife Habitats.

207.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1979.  Dammed rivers of the world: Symposium rationale, pp. 1–5.  IN:  Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford (eds.),  The Ecology of Regulated Streams.  Plenum  Publishing.

208.Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.  1979.  Stream regulation in North America, pp. 215–236.  IN:  Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford (eds.),  The Ecology of Regulated Streams.  Plenum Press, New York and London.

209.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1979.  Ecological factors controlling stream zoobenthos with emphasis on thermal modification of regulated streams, pp. 35–55.  IN:  Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford (eds.),  The Ecology of Regulated Streams.  Plenum  Publishing.

210.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford (eds.).  1979.  The Ecology of Regulated Streams.  Plenum Press, New York.

211.Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.  1979.  Limnological considerations in reservoir operation: Optimization strategies for protection of aquatic biota in the receiving stream, pp. 496–501.  IN:  Proc. Mitigation Symp.  U.S.D.A., Fort Collins, CO.

212.Newell, R. L., D. L. Andersen and D. A. Hanzel.  1978.  Bottom fauna as an indicator of lake typology in Flathead Lake, Montana.  Northwest Science 52(2):119–126.

213.Prescott, G. W.  1978.  How to Know the Freshwater Algae,  3rd edition.  Wm. C. Brown Company, Dubuque. 

214.Sams, B. L., J. K. G. Silvey and J. A. Stanford.  1978.  Comparative chemistry of a cooling reservoir and its water source.  Journal Water Pollution Control Federation February 1978:193–202.

215.Stuart, T. J. and J. A. Stanford.  1978.  A case of thermal pollution limited primary productivity in a southwestern USA reservoir.  Hydrobiologia 58(3):199–211.

216.Cooke, W. B.  1977.  Fungi in streams, lakes, adjacent soils, and sewage treatment systems in the Flathead River Basin, Montana.  Northwest Science 51(3):172–182.

217.McCune, B.  1977.  Vegetation development on a low elevation talus slope in western Montana.  Northwest Science 51(3):198–207.

218.Potter, D. S. and J. F. Tibbs.  1976.  A bibliography of graduate theses and dissertations researched at or near the University of Montana Biological Station.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 36:101–109.

219.Stanford, J. A. and D. S. Potter.  1976.  Limnology of the Flathead Lake-River Ecosystem, Montana: A perspective.  Ecological Society of America, Eastern Washington State College Press, Cheney.  241–252 pp.

220.Hammer, W. P. and R. B. Brunson.  1975.  Fluoride accumulation in the land snail Oreohelix subrudis from western Montana.  Nautilus 89(3):65–68.

221.Potter, D. S. and J. A. Stanford.  1975.  Influences on the plankton communities of oligotrophic Flathead Lake.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 19:1790–1797.

222.Stanford, J. A. and A. R. Gaufin.  1974.  Hyporheic communities of two Montana Rivers.  Science 185(4152):700–702.

223.Stanford, J. A. and E. B. Reed.  1974.  A basket sampling technique for quantifying riverine macrobenthos.  Water Resources Bulletin 10(3):470–477.

224.Stanford, J. A.  1973.  A centrifuge method for determining live weights of aquatic insect larvae, with a note on weight loss in preservative.  Ecology 54(2):449–451.

225.Gaufin, A. R., W. E. Ricker, M. Miner, P. Milam and R. A. Hays.  1972.  The stoneflies (Plecoptera) of Montana.  Transaction of the American Entomological Society 98:1–61.

226.Nebeker, A. V. and A. R. Gaufin.  1968.  The winter stoneflies of the Rocky Mountains (Plecoptera, Capniidae).  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 94:1–24.

227.Brunson, R. B. and R. H. Russell.  1967.  Radiodiscus, new to Molluscan fauna of Montana.  Nautilus 81(1):18–22.

228.Russell, R. H.  1967.  A new subspecies of Lymnaea stagnalis from Montana.  Nautilus 80(4):124–126.

229.Russell, R. H. and R. B. Brunson.  1967.  Acroloxus coloradensis from Montana.  Nautilus:33.

230.Russell, R. H. and R. B. Brunson.  1967.  A check-list of molluscs of Glacier National Park, Montana.  Sterkiana 26:1–5.

231.Brunson, R. B.  1966.  Zoogeography of mollusca of western Montana.  American Malacological Union Annual Report:43.

232.Preece, S.  1964.  Iris pseudacorus in Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 24:1–4.

233.Teberg, E. K.  1964.  An extension into Montana of the known range of the salamander Plethoden vandykei Idahoensis.  Herpetologica 19(4):287.

234.Baldwin, P. H. and W. F. Hunter.  1963.  Nesting and nest visitors of the Vaux's swift in Montana.  Auk 80:81–85.

235.Choate, T. S.  1963.  Habitat and population dynamics of white-tailed ptarmigan in Montana.  Journal of Wildlife Management 27:684–699.

236.Solberg, R. A.  1963.  The Montana State University Biological Station.  American Zoologist 3(3).

237.Hoffman, R. S. and R. L. Hand.  1962.  Additional notes on Montana birds.  Murrelet 43:29–35.

238.Hunter, W. F. and P. H. Baldwin.  1962.  Nesting of the black swift in Montana.  Wilson Bulletin 74:409–416.

239.Pengelly, L. W.  1962.  The art of social conservation.  Pingree Park, Colorado. 

240.Hoffman, R. S., R. D. Taber, T. J. Minlos and S. A. Bamberg.  1961.  Alpine ecosystems of northern Rocky Mountains.  Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 42:140.

241.Hoffman, R. S. and R. D. Taber.  1960.  Notes on Sorex in the northern Rocky Mountain alpine zone.  Journal of Mammalogy 41:230–234.

242.Cummins, G. B.  1959.  Observations of the life cycles of some West American rust fungi.  Plant Disease Reporter 43(3):411–412.

243.Kempner, T.  1959.  Notes on the breeding cycle of the red crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) in Montana.  Auk 76:181–189.

244.Solheim, W. G. and G. B. Cummins.  1959.  Mycoflora Saximontanensis exsiccata Centum IX.  University of Wyoming Publications 23(3):23–37.

245.Baldwin, P. H.  1958.  Overwintering of woodpeckers in bark beetle-infested spruce-fir forests of Colorado.  

246.Cummins, G. B. and H. C. Greene.  1958.  A synopsis of the Uredinales which parasitize grasses of the genera Stipa and Nasella.  Mycologia 50(1):6–36.

247.Brunson, R. B. and D. G. Block.  1957.  The first report of the white sturgeon from Flathead Lake, Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 17:61–62.

248.Brunson, R. B. and U. Osher.  1957.  Haplotrema from western Montana.  Nautilus 70(4):121–123.

249.Cummins, G. B. and W. G. Solheim.  1957.  Mycoflora Saximontanensis Exsiccata.  University of Wyoming Publication 21(5):156–167.

250.Vinyard, W. C.  1957.  Algae of Glacier National Park, Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 17:49–53.

251.Baldwin, P. H.  1956.  Breeding record of Brewer sparrow in Northwestern Montana.  Wilson Bulletin 68(3):251.

252.Brunson, R. B.  1956.  The mystery of Discus brunsoni.  Nautilus 70(1):16–21.

253.Geis, M. B.  1956.  Productivity of Canada Geese in the Flathead Valley, Montana.  Journal of Wildlife Management 20(4):409–149.

254.Melwaldt, L. R.  1956.  Nesting behavior of the Clark nutcracker.  Condor 54(1):3–23.

255.Potter, L. F. and G. E. Baker.  1956.  The microbiology of Flathead and Rogers Lakes, Montana I Preliminary survey of the microbial populations.  Ecology 37(2):351–355.

256.Bailey, V. L. and H. E. Bailey.  1955.  A guide to the flowering plants and ferns of the western national parks.  American Midland Naturalist 54(1):1–32.

257.Brunson, R. B.  1955.  A check list of the amphibians and reptiles of Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 15:27–29.

258.Cock, D. R.  1955.  A new species of Athienemannia from western North America (Acarina, Athienemanniidae).  Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 57(6):306–308.

259.Cook, D. R.  1955.  A new species of Athienemannia from Western North America (Acarina, Athienemanniidae).  Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 57(6):306–308.

260.Lechleitner, R. R.  1955.  Mammals of Glacier National Park.  Bulletin of the Glacier Natural History Association 6:1–92.

261.Newby, F. E. and P. L. Wright.  1955.  Distribution and status of the wolverine in Montana.  Journal of Mammalogy 36:248–253.

262.Prescott, G. W.  1955.  The fresh-water algae of Montana I New species of Chaetophoraceae.  Hydrobiologia 7(1–2):52–59.

263.Senger, C. M.  1955.  Observations on cestodes of the genus Hymenolepsis in North American shrews.  Journal of Parasitology 41(2):167–170.

264.Weisel, G. W.  1955.  Three new intergeneric hybrids of Cyprinid fishes from western Montana.  American Midland Naturalist 53(2):396–411.

265.Wright, P. L. and R. Rausch.  1955.  Reproduction in the Wolverine (Gulo gulo).  Journal of Mammalogy 36:346–355.

266.Davis, D. E.  1954.  The breeding biology of Hammond's flycatcher.  Auk 71:164–171.

267.Harvey, L. H.  1954.  Additions to the flora of Glacier National Park, Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 14:23–24.

268.Pilsbry, H. A. and R. B. Brunson.  1954.  The Idaho-Montana slug Magnipelta (Arionidae).  Notulae Naturae of the Acad. of Nat. Sci. of Phil. 262:1–6.

269.Weisel, G. W.  1954.  A rediscovered cyprinid hybrid from Western Montana Mylocheilus caurinum x Richardsonius balteatus balteatus.  Copeia 4:278–282.

270.Lauff, G. H.  1953.  A contribution to the water chemistry and phytoplankton relationships of Roger's Lake, Flathead County, Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 13:5–19.

271.Wright, P. L.  1953.  Intergradation between Martes americana and Martes caurina in Western Montana.  Journal of Mammalogy 34(1):74–86.

272.Brunson, R. B.  1952.  Egg counts of Salvelinus malma from the Clark's Fork River, Montana.  Copeia 3:196–197.

273.Brunson, R. B.  1952.  Recent collections of Bufo b boreas from western Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 11:17–19.

274.Brunson, R. B., G. B. Castle and R. Pirtle.  1952.  Studies of Oncorhynchus nerka from Flathead Lake, Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 12:35–44.

275.Brunson, R. B. and H. E. Nelson.  1952.  A limnological reconnaissance of three western Montana lakes.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 12:45–62.

276.Brunson, R. B., R. E. Pennington and R. G. Bjorklund.  1952.  On a fall collection of Salmo clarkii from Flathead Lake, Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 12:63–67.

277.Conaway, D. H.  1952.  The life history of the water shrew (Sorex palustris navigator).  American Midland Naturalist 48(1):219–248.

278.Davis, D. E.  1952.  LeConte sparrow in western Montana.  Condor 54(2):115–116.

279.Jellison, W. L., R. E. Losee, E. Kuhns and R. B. Brunson.  1952.  Schistosome dermatitis in Montana.  Northwest Science 26(1):10–13.

280.Mewaldt, L. R.  1952.  The incubation patch of Clark nutcracker.  Condor 54(6):361.

281.Potter, L. F. and G. E. Baker.  1952.  Microbiology of Flathead and Rogers Lakes.  Bacteriological Proceedings G47.

282.Brunson, R. B., H. A. Demaree and Jr.  1951.  The herpetology of the Mission mountains, Montana.  Copeia 4:306–308.

283.Conaway, C. H.  1951.  A contribution on the life history of the water shrew, Sorex palustris navigator.  American Midland Naturalist.

284.Wright, P. L.  1951.  Check list of the recent mammals of Montana.  Transactions of the Montana Academy of Sciences 10:47–50.

285.Brunson, R. B. and H. W. Newman.  1950.  The summer food of Coregonus clupeaformis from Yellow Bay, Flathead Lake, Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 10:5–7.

286.Mewaldt, L. R.  1950.  Bird records from Western Montana.  Condor 52(5):238–239.

287.Wright, P. L.  1950.  Long-tailed Jaeger, Stercorarius longicaudus, from Montana.  Auk 4:67.

288.Wright, P. L.  1950.  Synaptomys borealis form Glacier National Park, Montana.  Journal of Mammalogy 31(4):460.

289.Wright, P. L. and C. H. Conaway.  1950.  Golden mantled marmot in northwestern Montana.  Murrelet 31(2):32.

290.Wright, P. L. and C. H. Conaway.  1950.  White-tailed Ptarmigan in Mission Mountains, Montana.  Condor 52(5):238.

291.Young, R. T.  1935.  The life of Flathead Lake, Montana.  Ecological Monographs 5(2):91–163.

292.Graham, V. E. and R. T. Young.  1934.  A bacteriological study of Flathead Lake, Montana.  Ecology 15(2):101–109.

293.Elrod, M. J.  1929.  The fishes of Flathead Lake.  Montana Fish and Game, Helena, 11. 

294.Fish, M. S. and Game Department.  1929.  Flathead Lake Biological Station Review.  Montana Wild Life 2(1):1–30.

295.Waters, C. W.  1929.  Botany of Flathead Lake.  From Elrod Collection Archives, University of Montana, Missoula. 

296.Elrod, M. J.  1926.  The Montana National Bison Range.  Journal of Mammalogy 7(1):45–49.

297.Standley, P. C.  1926.  Plants of Glacier National Park.  USDI, National Park Service. 

298.Graff, P. W.  1922.  Unreported plants from Glacier National Park.  Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 49(6):175–181.

299.Bierman, J.  1921.  Collected papers of Jessie Bierman. 

300.Norton, G. P.  1919.  Shore vegetation of Flathead Lake, Montana.  The Plant World 22(12):355–362.

301.Elrod, M. J.  1912.  The lakes of Glacier National Park, II Lake Louise.  Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 31(2):11–16.

302.Elrod, M. J.  1910.  The lakes of Glacier National Park, I Avalanche Lake.  Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 29(2):110–117.

303.Jones, M. E.  1910.  Montana botany notes.  University of Montana, Missoula, Montana. 

304.Elrod, M. J.  1908.  Pictured Rocks: Indian writings on the rock cliffs of Flathead Lake, Montana.  University of Montana Bulletin 46(Biological Series No. 14).

305.Elrod, M. J.  1906.  The Butterflies of Montana.  University of Montana Bulletin 30(Biological Series No. 10):174.

306.Elrod, M. J.  1904.  Birds in their relation to agriculture. The wealth of Montana as shown by statistics, pp. 173–190 and 197–208.  IN:  Second Annual Report.  Montana State Board of Farmers' Institutes.

307.Elrod, M. J.  1904.  The resources of Montana and their development.  Science, N. S. 19(490):777–783.

308.Harris, W. P. and C. W. Harris.  1904.  Lichens and mosses of Montana.  University of Montana, Missoula. 

309.Elrod, M. J.  1903.  The physiography of the Flathead Lake region, pp. 197–203.  IN:  Lectures at Flathead Lake.  University of Montana, Missoula.

310.Elrod, M. J., H. N. Whitford, P. M. Silloway and M. Ricker.  1903.  Lectures at Flathead Lake,  Vol. Bulletin University of Montana 16, Biological Series No. 5.  University of Montana, Missoula. 

311.Silloway, P. M.  1903.  Additional notes to Summer Birds of Flathead Lake, with special reference to Swan Lake.  University of Montana Bulletin 18(Biological Series No. 6).

312.Elrod, M. J.  1902.  A biological reconnoissance in the vicinity of Flathead Lake.  University of Montana Bulletin 10(Biological Series No. 3).

313.Elrod, M. J. and M. Ricker.  1902.  A new hydra.  Transactions of the American Microscopical Society XXIII:257–258.

314.Elrod, M. J.  1901–1904.  I Collecting Shells in Montana II Notes on Pyramidula elrodi Pils III Pyramidula strigosa.  Nautilus 15–17(Various).

315.Elrod, M. J.  1901.  Further notes on the use of the telephoto lens.  Journal of Applied Microscopy IV(12):1568–1571.

316.Elrod, M. J.  1901.  Limnological investigations at Flathead Lake, Montana and vicinity, July 1899.  Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 22:68–80.

317.Elrod, M. J.  1901.  The University of Montana Biological Station.  Journal of Applied Microscopy 4(5):1269–1278.

318.Silloway, P. M.  1901.  Summer Birds of Flathead Lake.  University of Montana Bulletin No. 1:1.

319.Craig, O. J.  1899.  University of Montana Summer School of Science and First Summer Opening of the Montana Biological Station.  University of Montana, Missoula. 

320.Elrod, M. J.  1899.  The college, past and present.  The University Press, Bloomington. 

321.Elrod, M. J.  1899.  Vacation in Montana.  The University Press, Bloomington. 

322.Forbes, S. A.  1893.  A preliminary report on the aquatic invertebrate fauna of the Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, and of the Flathead region of Montana.  Bulletin of the United States Fish Commission 11:207–258.