Publications

  • Ren, Z., Gao, H., Elser, J.J. 2017. Longitudinal variation of microbial communities in benthic biofilms and association with hydrological and physicochemical conditions in glacier-fed streams. Freshwater Science, 36 (3): 479-490. doi.org/10.1086/693133.
  • Zhang, J., Elser, J.J. 2017. Carbon: nitrogen: phosphorus stoichiometry in fungi: A meta-analysis. Frontiers Microbiol.  8:1281. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.01281.
  • Currier, C.C., Elser, J.J. 2017. Beyond monoculture stoichiometry studies: Assessing growth, respiration, and feeding responses of three Daphnia species to P-enriched, low C:P lake seston. Inland Waters: in press.
  • Devlin, S.P., Tappenbeck, S.K., Craft, J.A., Tappenbeck, T.H., Chess, D.W., Whited, D.C., Ellis, B.K., Stanford, J.A. 2017. Spatial and temporal dynamics of invasive freshwater shrimp (Mysis diluviana): long-term effects on ecosystem properties in a large oligotrophic lake. Ecosystems, 20(1): 183-197.
  • Nelson, R., Carlson, A.A., Sexton, E., Dyson, I., and Hoang, L. 2017. Taking action on climate change in the Crown ofthe Continent ecosystem. IN:  Elsevier Inc. Encyclopedia of the Anthropocene. (edited by Dominick DellaSalla).
  • Kovach, R.P., Al-Chokhachy, R., Whited, D.C., Schmetterling, D.A., Dux, A.M., Muhlfeld, C.C. Climate, invasive species and land use drive population dynamics of a cold-water specialist. J Appl Ecol, 54: 638–647. doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12766.
  • Kovach, R.P., Muhlfeld, C.C., Al-Chokhachy, R., Amish, S.J., Kershner, J.L., Leary, R.F., Lowe, W.H., Luikart, G., Matson, P., Schmetterling, D.A., Shepard, B.B., Westley, P. A.H., Whited, D., Whiteley, A., Allendorf, F.W. No evidence for ecological segregation protecting native trout from invasive hybridization. Glob Change Biol. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/gcb.13825.
  • Wilson, S.T., Aylward, F.O., Ribalet, F., Barone, B., Casey, J.R., Connell, P.E., Eppley, J.A., Ferrón, S., Romano, A.E., Turk-Kubo, K.A., Vislova, A., Armbrust, E.V., Caron, D.A., Church, M.J., Zehr, J.P., Karl, D.M., DeLong, E.F. 2017. Coordinated regulation of growth, activity and transcription in natural populations of the unicellular nitrogen-fixing cyanobacterium Crocosphaera. Nature Microbiology 2: doi:10.1038/nmicrobiol.2017.118.
  • Limardo, A.J., Sudek, S., Choi, C.J., Poirier, C., Rii, Y.M., Blum, M., Roth, R., Goodenough, U., Church, M.J., Worden, A.Z. 2017. Quantitative biogeography of picoprasinophytes establishes ecotype distributions and significant contributions to marine phytoplankton. Environ Microbiol. doi:10.1111/1462-2920.13812.
  • Shilova, I.N., Mills, M.M., Robidart, J.C., Turk-Kubo, K.A., Björkman, K.M., Kolber, Z., Rapp, I., Van Dijken, G.L., Church, M.J., Arrigo, K.R., Achterberg, E.P., Zehr, J.P. 2017. Differential effects of nitrate, ammonium, and urea as N sources for microbial communities in the North Pacific Ocean. Limnol. Oceanogr. doi:10.1002/lno.10590.
  • Hedrick, P.W., Kardos, M., Peterson, R.O., Vucetich, J.A. 2017. Genomic Variation of Inbreeding and Ancestry in the Remaining Two Isle Royale Wolves. Journal of Heredity, 108 (2): 120–126. https://doi.org/10.1093/jhered/esw083.
  • Kardos, M., Qvarnström, A., Ellegren, H. 2017. Inferring Individual Inbreeding and Demographic History from Segments of Identity by Descent in Ficedula Flycatcher Genome Sequences. GENETICS, 205 (3) 1319-1334. https://doi.org/10.1534/genetics.116.198861.
  • Kardos, M., Luikart, G., Allendorf, F.W. 2017. “Measuring Individual Inbreeding in the Age of Genomics: Marker-Based Measures Are Better than Pedigrees.” Heredity 115.1: 63–72.
  • Karl, D.M., Church, M.J. 2017. Ecosystem structure and dynamics in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre: New views of an old ocean. Ecosystems 3: 433–457.
  • Goldberg, S.J., Nelson, C.E., Viviani, D.A., Shulse, C.N., Church, M.J. 2017. Cascading influence of inorganic nitrogen substrate on DOM production, composition, lability and microbial community structure in the surface waters of the oligotrophic ocean. Environmental Microbiology. doi: 10.1111/1462-2920.13825.
  • Gradoville, M.R., Crump, B.C., Letelier, R.M., Church, M.J., White, A.E. 2017. Microbiome of Trichodesmium colonies from the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. Frontiers in Microbiology 8: doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.01122.
  • Ostroff, A., Muhlfeld, C.C., Lambert, P., Booth, N., Carter, S., Stoker, J., Focazio, M. 2017. USGS Coordinated and Integrated Drought Science Strategy. U.S. Geological Survey.
  • Jones, L.A., Muhlfeld, C.C., Hauer, R. 2017. Temperature. In: Methods in Stream Ecology. Elsevier Inc.
  • Giersch, J.J., Hotaling, S., Kovach, R.P., Jones, L.A., Muhlfeld, C.C. Climate-induced glacier and snow loss imperils alpine stream insects. Global Change Biology: DOI: 10.1111/gcb.13565.
  • Viviani, D.A., Church, M.J. 2017. Decoupling between bacterial production and primary production over multiple time scales in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. Deep-Sea Research I 121: 132-142.
  • Hauer, F.R., Lamberti, G.A. 2017. Methods in Stream Ecology: Volume 1: Ecosystem Structure.
  • Hauer, F.R., Lamberti, G.A. 2017. Methods in Stream Ecology: Volume 2: Ecosystem Function.
  • Keville, M. P., Nelson, C.R., Hauer, F.R. 2017. Academic productivity in the field of ecology. Ecosphere, 8(1): e01620. 10.1002/ecs2.1620.
  • Fredenberg, C.R., Muhlfeld, C.C., Guy, C.S., D'Angelo, V.S., Downs, C.C., Syslo, J.M. Suppression of invasive lake trout in an isolated backcountry lake in Glacier National Park. Fisheries Management and Ecology 24: 33-48.
  • Eichner, M.J., Klawonn, I., Wilson, S.T., Littmann, S., Whitehouse, M., Church, M.J., Kuypers, M.M., Karl, D.M., Ploug, H. Chemical microenvironments and single-cell carbon and nitrogen uptake in field collected colonies of Trichodesmium under different pCO2. In press. The ISME Journal. 
  • Letelier, R.M., White, A.E., Bidigare, R.R., Barone, B., Church, M.J., Karl, D.M. Light absorption by phytoplankton in the North Pacific subtropical gyre. Limnology and Oceanography.
  • Böttjer, D., Dore, J.E., Karl, D.M., Letelier, R.M., Mahaffey, C., Wilson, S.T., Church, M.J.. 2017. Temporal variability in nitrogen fixation and particulate nitrogen export at Station ALOHA. Limnology and Oceanography 62: 200-216. doi: 10.1002/lno.10386.
  • Shulse, C. N., Maillot, B., Smith, C. R., Church, M. J. 2017. Polymetallic nodules, sediments, and deep waters in the equatorial North Pacific exhibit highly diverse and distinct bacterial, archaeal, and microeukaryotic communities. MicrobiologyOpen, 6: e00428. https://doi.org/10.1002/mbo3.428.
  • Ackerman, M. W., Hand, B. K., Waples, R. K., Luikart, G., Waples, R. S., Steele, C. A., Garner, B. A., McCane, J. and Campbell, M. R. 2017. Effective number of breeders from sibship reconstruction: empirical evaluations using hatchery steelhead. Evol Appl, 10: 146–160. doi:10.1111/eva.12433.
  • Wade, A. A., Hand, B. K., Kovach, R. P., Luikart, G., Whited, D. C., Muhlfeld, C. C. 2017. Accounting for adaptive capacity and uncertainty in assessments of species’ climate-change vulnerability. Conservation Biology, 31: 136–149. doi:10.1111/cobi.12764.
  • Muhlfeld, C.C., Kovach, R.P., Al-Chokhachy, R., Matson, P. 2017. Legacy introductions and climatic variation explain spatiotemporal patterns of invasive hybridization in a native trout. Glob Change Biol, 00:1–11. https://doi.org/10.1111/gcb.13681.
  • Wade, A.A., Hand, B.K., Kovach, R.P., Muhlfeld, C.C., Waples, R.S., Luikart, G. 2017. Assessments of species’ vulnerability to climate change: from pseudo to science. Biodiversity and Conservation, 26 (1): 223-229.
  • Muhlfeld, C.C., D'Angelo, V.S., Downs, C., Powell, J., Amish, S., Luikart, G., Kovach, R., Boyer, M., Kalinowski, S. Genetic status and conservation of westslope cutthroat trout in Glacier National Park. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 145: 1093-1109.
  • Ali, O.A., O’Rourke, S.M., Amish, S.J., Meek, M.H., Luikart, G., Jeffres, C., Miller, M.R. 2016. RAD Capture (Rapture): Flexible and Efficient Sequence-Based Genotyping. GENETICS, 202 (2): 389-400. https://doi.org/10.1534/genetics.115.183665.
  • Powell, J.H., Amish, S.J., Haynes, G.D., Luikart, G., Latch, E.K. 2016. Candidate adaptive genes associated with lineage divergence: identifying SNPs via next-generation targeted resequencing in mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus). Mol Ecol Resour, 16: 1165–1172. doi:10.1111/1755-0998.12572.
  • Kovach, R.P., Hand, B.K., Hohenlohe, P.A., Cosart, T.F., Boyer, M.C., Neville, H.H., Muhlfeld, C.C., Amish, S.J., Carim, K., Narum, S.R., Lowe, W.H., Allendorf, F.W., Luikart, G. 2016. Vive la résistance: genome-wide selection against introduced alleles in invasive hybrid zones. Proc. R. Soc. B 2016 283 20161380; DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2016.1380.
  • Stetz, J.B., Smith, S., Sawaya, M.A., Ramsey, A.B., Amish, S.J., Schwartz, M.K., Luikart, G. 2016. Discovery of 20,000 RAD–SNPs and development of a 52-SNP array for monitoring river otters. Conservation Genetics Resources, 8 (3): 299-302.
  • Ali, O.A., O’Rourke, S.M., Amish, S.J., Meek, M.H., Luikart, G., Jeffres, C., Miller, M.R. 2016. RAD capture (Rapture): flexible and efficient sequence-based genotyping. GENETICS, 202 (2): 389-400.
  • Ferron, S., Del Valle, D.A., Björkman, K.M., Quay, P.D., Church, M.J., Karl, D.M. 2016. Application of membrane inlet mass spectrometry to measure aquatic gross primary production by the 18O in vitro method. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, doi: 10.1002/lom3.10116.
  • Rii, Y., Karl, D.M., Church, M.J. 2016. Temporal and vertical variability in picoplankton primary productivity in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. Marine Ecology Progress Series 562: 1-18. doi.org/10.3354/meps11954.
  • Jordan, S., DelVecchia, A., Hand, B.K., Hayssen, L., Nissley, C., Luikart, G., Stanford, J. 2016. Genomic data reveal similar genetic differentiation between invertebrates living under and on a riverine floodplain. bioRxiv: 044073. doi.org/10.1101/044073.
  • Drinan, D.P., Webb, M.A.H., Naish, K.A., Kalinowski, S.T., Boyer, M.C., Steed, A.C., Shepard, B.B., Muhlfeld, C.C. 2016 Effects of hybridization between nonnative rainbow trout and nativewestslope cutthroat trout on fitness-related traits. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 145: 1275-1291.
  • Galloway, B.T., Muhlfeld, C.C., Guy, C.S., Downs, C.C., Fredenberg, W.A. A framework for assessing the feasibility of native fish conservation translocations: applications to threatened bull trout. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36: 754-768.
  • Hauer, F.R., Locke, H., Dreitz, V.J., Hebblewhite, M., Lowe, W.H., Muhlfeld, C.C., Nelson, C.R., Proctor, M.F., Rood, S.B. 2016. Gravel-bed river floodplains are the ecological nexus of glaciated mountain landscapes. Science Advances 2: e1600026.
  • Kovach, R.P., Luikart, G., Lowe, W.H., Boyer, M.C., Muhlfeld, C.C. Risk and efficacy of human-enabled interspecific hybridization for climate-change adaptation: response to Hamilton and Miller (2016). Conservation Biology 30: 428-430.
  • Penaluna, B.E., Abadia-Cardoso, A., Dunham, J.B., Garcia-De Leon, F.J., Gresswell, R.E., Ruiz Luna, A., Taylor, E.B., Shepard, B.B., Al-Chokhachy, R., Muhlfeld, C.C., Bestgen, K.R., Rogers, K., Escalante, M.A., Keeley, E.R., Temple, G.M., Williams, J.E., Matthews, K.R., Pierce, R., Mayden, R.L., Kovach, R.P., Garza, J.C., Fausch, K.D. 2016. Conservation of Native Pacific Trout Diversity in Western North America. Fisheries 41: 286-300.
  • Scribner, K.T., Lowe, W.H., Landguth, E., Luikart, G., Infante, D.M., Whelan, G.E., Muhlfeld, C.C. Applications of Genetic Data to Improve Management and Conservation of River Fishes and Their Habitats. Fisheries 41: 174-188.
  • Kovach, R.P., Muhlfeld, C.C., Al-Chokhachy, R., Dunham, J.B., Letcher, B.H., Kershner, J.L. Impacts of climatic variation on trout: a global synthesis and path forward. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 26: 135-151.
  • Garner, B.A., Hand, B.K., Amish, S.J., Bernatchez, L., Foster, J.T., Miller, K.M., Morin, P.A., Narum, S.R., O’Brien, S.J., Roffler, G., Templin, W.D., Sunnucks, P., Strait, J., Warheit, K.I., Seamons, T.R., Wenburg, J., Olsen, J., Luikart, G. 2016. Genomics in conservation: case studies and bridging the gap between data and application. Trends in ecology & evolution, 31 (2): 81-83. doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2015.10.009.
  • O'Brien, M.P., Beja-Pereira, A., Anderson, N., Ceballos, R.M., Edwards, W.H., Harris, B., Wallen, R.L., Costa, V., Luikart, G. 2016. Brucellosis Transmission between Wildlife and Livestock in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem: Inferences from DNA Genotyping. Journal of Wildlife Diseases, 53(2):339-343. doi.org/10.7589/2015-12-329.
  • Scribner, K.T., Lowe, W.H., Landguth, E., Luikart, G., Infante, D.M., Gary, E. 2016. Applications of Genetic Data to Improve Management and Conservation of River Fishes and Their Habitats. American Fisheries Society Journals, 41 (4): 174-188. doi.org/10.1080/03632415.2016.1150838.
  • Andrews, K.R., Good, J.M., Miller, M.R., Luikart, G., Hohenlohe, P.A. 2016. Harnessing the power of RADseq for ecological and evolutionary genomics. Nature reviews Genetics, 17(2):81-92. doi:10.1038/nrg.2015.28.
  • Arlinghaus, R., Alós, J., Klefoth, T., Laskowski, K., Monk, C.T., Nakayama, S., Schröder, A. 2016. Consumptive Tourism Causes Timidity, Rather Than Boldness, Syndromes: A Response to Geffroy et al. Trends in ecology & evolution, 31 (2): 92-94.
  • Kamath, P.L., Foster, J.T., Drees, K.P., Luikart, G., Quance, C., Anderson, N.J., Cross, P.C. 2016. Genomics reveals historic and contemporary transmission dynamics of a bacterial disease among wildlife and livestock. Nature Communications, 7: 11448. http://doi.org/10.1038/ncomms11448.
  • Della Croce, P., Poole, G.C., Luikart, G. 2016. Detecting and quantifying introgression in hybridized populations: simplifying assumptions yield overconfidence and uncertainty. Mol Ecol Resour, 16: 1287–1302. doi:10.1111/1755-0998.12520.
  • Manel, S., Luikart, G., Sonké, B., Couteron, P. 2016. Case Study 12 Detecting Poaching from Natural Populations Using Genetic Forensic Approaches. Tropical Conservation: Perspectives on Local and Global Priorities, pg. 327.
  • Roffler, G.H., Schwartz, M.K., Pilgrim, K.L., Talbot, S.L., Sage, G.K., Adams, L.G. and Luikart, G. 2016. Identification of landscape features influencing gene flow: How useful are habitat selection models?. Evol Appl, 9: 805–817. doi:10.1111/eva.12389.
  • Benestan, L.M., Ferchaud, A.L., Hohenlohe, P.A., Garner, B.A., Naylor, G.J.P., Baums, I.B., Schwartz, M.K., Kelley, J.L., Luikart, G. 2016. Conservation genomics of natural and managed populations: building a conceptual and practical framework. Mol Ecol, 25: 2967–2977. doi:10.1111/mec.13647.
  • Hand, B.K., Muhlfeld, C.C., Wade, A.A., Kovach, R.P., Whited, D.C., Narum, S.R., Matala, A.P., Ackerman, M.W., Garner, B.A., Kimball, J.S., Stanford, J.A., Luikart, G. 2016. Climate variables explain neutral and adaptive variation within salmonid metapopulations: the importance of replication in landscape genetics. Mol Ecol, 25: 689–705. doi:10.1111/mec.13517.
  • Malison, R.L., Kuzishchin, K.V., Stanford, J.A. 2016. Do beaver dams reduce habitat connectivity and salmon productivity in expansive river floodplains? PeerJ, 4: e2403.
  • Aaron, B., Shafer, A., Miller, J.M., Kardos, M. 2016. Cross-Species Application of SNP Chips is Not Suitable for Identifying Runs of Homozygosity. Journal of Heredity, 107 (2, 1): 193–195. https://doi.org/10.1093/jhered/esv137.
  • Kardos, M., Husby, A., McFarlane, S. E., Qvarnström, A., Ellegren, H. Whole-genome resequencing of extreme phenotypes in collared flycatchers highlights the difficulty of detecting quantitative trait loci in natural populations. Mol Ecol Resour, 16: 727–741. doi:10.1111/1755-0998.12498.
  • Roffler, G.H., Amish, S.J., Smith, S., Cosart, T., Kardos, M., Schwartz, M.K., Luikart, G. 2016. SNP discovery in candidate adaptive genes using exon capture in a free-ranging alpine ungulate. Mol Ecol Resour, 16: 1147–1164. doi:10.1111/1755-0998.12560.
  • Stoffel, M.A., Esser, M., Kardos, M., Humble, E., Nichols, H., David, P., Hoffman, J.I. 2016. inbreedR: An R package for the analysis of inbreeding based on genetic markers. Methods Ecol Evol, 7: 1331–1339. doi:10.1111/2041-210X.12588.
  • Kardos, M., Taylor, H.R., Ellegren, H., Luikart, G., Allendorf, F.W. 2016. Genomics advances the study of inbreeding depression in the wild. Evol Appl, 9: 1205–1218. doi:10.1111/eva.12414.
  • Vesterinen, J., Syväranta, J., Devlin, S.P., Jones, R.I. 2016. Periphyton support for littoral secondary production in a highly humic boreal lake. Freshwater Science. 35(4):1235–1247.
  • Saarenheimo, J., Aalto, S.J., Syväranta, J., Devlin, S.P, Tiirola, M., Jones, R.I. Bacterial community response to a tri-trophic cascade during a whole-lake fish manipulation. Ecology. 97(3): 684–693. 
  • Vesterinen, J., Devlin, S.P, Syväranta, J., Jones, R.I. 2016. Accounting for littoral primary production by periphyton shifts a highly humic boreal lake towards net autotrophy. Freshwater Biology.61: 265–276.  
  • Devlin, S.P., Vander Zanden, M.J., Vadeboncoeur, Y. 2016. Littoral-benthic primary production estimates: Sensitivity to simplifications with respect to periphyton productivity and basin morphometry. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods.14: 138–149.
  • Dorado-Garcia, I., Syväranta, J., Devlin, S.P., Medina-Sánchez, J.M., Jones, R.I. 2016. Experimental assessment of a possible microbial priming effect in a humic boreal lake. Aquatic Sciences.78(1), 191-202. 
  • Woll, C., Albert, D., Whited, D. Salmon Ecological Systems. A Preliminary Classification and Mapping of Salmon Ecological Systems in the Nushagak and Kvichak Watersheds, Alaska.
  • Larsen, A.C., Dunn, M.R., Hatch, A., Sau, S.P., Youngbull, C., Chaput, J.C. 2016. A general strategy for expanding polymerase function by droplet microfluidics. Nature Communications, 7: 11235. doi:10.1038/ncomms11235.
  • Hauer, F.R., Locke, H., Dreitz, V.J., Hebblewhite, M., Lowe, W.H., Muhlfeld, C.C., Nelson, C.R., Proctor, M.F., Rood, S.B. 2016. Gravel-bed river floodplains are the ecological nexus of glaciated mountain landscapes. Science Advances, 2 (6): e1600026.
  • Jordan, S., Giersch, J.J., Muhlfeld, C.C., Hotaling, S., Fanning, L., Tappenbeck, T.H. 2016. Loss of Genetic Diversity and Increased Subdivision in an Endemic Alpine Stonefly Threatened by Climate Change. PLoS ONE 11(6): e0157386. pmid:27348125
  • Deacy, W., Leacock, W., Armstrong, J.B., Stanford, J.A. 2016. Kodiak brown bears surf the salmon red wave: direct evidence from GPS collared individuals. Ecology, 97: 1091–1098. doi:10.1890/15-1060.1.
  • Stanford, J.A., Anderson, M.L., Reid, B.L., Chilcote, S.D., Bansak, T.S. 2016. Thermal diversity and the phenology of floodplain aquatic biota. IN Gilvear. (ed.) River Science: Research and Management for the 21st Century. 259-278.
  • Rii, Y., Karl, D.M., Church, M.J. 2016. Temporal and vertical variability in picoplankton primary productivity in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. Marine Ecology Progress Series 562: 1-18.
  • Ferron, S., Del Valle, D.A., Björkman, K.M., Quay, P.D., Church, M.J., Karl, D.M. Application of membrane inlet mass spectrometry to measure aquatic gross primary production by the 18O in vitro method. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, doi: 10.1002/lom3.10116.
  • Pierson, J., Luikart, G., Schwartz, M. 2015. The application of genetic indicators in wild populations: potential and pitfalls for genetic monitoring. Indicators and Surrogates of Biodiversity and Environmental Change, pg. 149.
  • Kamath, P.L., Haroldson, M.A., Luikart, G., Paetkau, D., Whitman, C., Van Manen, F.T. 2015. Multiple estimates of effective population size for monitoring a long-lived vertebrate: an application to Yellowstone grizzly bears. Mol Ecol, 24: 5507–5521. doi:10.1111/mec.13398.
  • Schoenecker, K.A., Watry, M.A., Ellison, L.E., Schwartz, M.K., Luikart, G. 2015. Estimating Bighorn Sheep (Ovis canadensis) Abundance Using Noninvasive Sampling at a Mineral Lick within a National Park Wilderness Area. Western North American Naturalist, 75(2):181-191. doi.org/10.3398/064.075.0206.
  • Muhlfeld, C.C., Albeke, S.E., Gunckel, S.L., Writer, B.J., Shepard, B.B., May, B.E. 2015 Status and conservation of interior redband trout in the Western United States. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35: 31-53.
  • Bean, J.R., Wilcox, A.C., Woessner, W.W., Muhlfeld, C.C. Multiscale hydrogeomorphic influences on bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) spawning habitat. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72: 514-526.
  • Giersch, J.J., Jordan, S., Luikart, G., Jones, L.A., Hauer, F.R., Muhlfeld, C.C. 2015 Climate-induced range contraction of a rare alpine aquatic invertebrate. Freshwater Science 34: 53-65.
  • Kovach, R.P., Muhlfeld, C.C., Boyer, M.C., Lowe, W.H., Allendorf, F.W., Luikart, G. 2015 Dispersal and selection mediate hybridization between a native and invasive species. Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 282: 9.
  • Lowe, W.H., Muhlfeld, C.C., Allendorf, F.W. 2015. Manifest Density: A Reply to Phillips and Baird. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30: 565-566.
  • Lowe, W.H., Muhlfeld, C.C., Allendorf, F.W. 2015. Spatial sorting promotes the spread of maladaptive hybridization. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30: 456-462.
  • Malison, R.L., Eby, L.A., Stanford, J.A. 2015. Juvenile salmonid growth, survival, and production in a large river floodplain modified by beavers (Castor canadensis). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 72(11): 1639-1651, https://doi.org/10.1139/cjfas-2015-0147.
  • Helton, A.M., Wright, M.S., Bernhardt, E.S., Poole, G.C., Cory, R.M., Stanford, J.A. 2015. Dissolved organic carbon lability increases with water residence time in the alluvial aquifer of a river floodplain ecosystem. J. Geophys. Res. Biogeosci., 120, 693–706. doi: 10.1002/2014JG002832.
  • Taylor, H.R., Kardos, M.D., Ramstad, K.M., Allendorf, F.D. 2015. Valid estimates of individual inbreeding coefficients from marker-based pedigrees are not feasible in wild populations with low allelic diversity. Conservation genetics 16 (4): 901-913.
  • Kardos, M., Luikart, G., Bunch, R., Dewey, S., Edwards, W., McWilliam, S., Stephenson, J., Allendorf, F. W., Hogg, J. T., Kijas, J. 2015. Whole-genome resequencing uncovers molecular signatures of natural and sexual selection in wild bighorn sheep. Mol Ecol, 24: 5616–5632. doi:10.1111/mec.13415.
  • Peipoch, M., Brauns, M., Hauer, F.R., Weitere, M., Valett, H.M. 2015. Ecological Simplification: Human Influences on Riverscape Complexity. BioScience, 65 (11): 1057–1065. doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biv120.
  • Kleindl, W.J, Powell, S.L., Hauer, F.R. 2015. Effect of thematic map misclassification on landscape multi-metric assessment. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 187:321.
  • Kleindl, W.J., Rains, M.C., Marshall, L.A., Hauer, F.R. 2015. Fire and flood expand the floodplain shifting habitat mosaic concept. Freshwater Science, 34 (4): 1366-1382. doi.org/10.1086/684016.
  • Ellis, B.K., Craft, J.A., Stanford, J.A. 2015. Long-term atmospheric deposition of nitrogen, phosphorus and sulfate in a large oligotrophic lake. PeerJ 3: e841 doi.org/10.7717/peerj.841.
  • Lane-deGraaf, K.E., Amish, S.J., Gardipee, F., Jolles, A., Luikart, G., Ezenwa, V.O. 2015. Signatures of natural and unnatural selection: evidence from an immune system gene in African buffalo. Conservation Genetics, 16 (2): 289-300.
  • Caldwell, S.K., Peipoch, M., Valett, H.M.   Spatial drivers of ecosystem structure and function in a floodplain riverscape: springbrook nutrient dynamics.  Freshwater Science 34(1):233–244.
  • Devlin, S.P., Saarenheimo, J., Syvaranta, J., Jones, R.I.   Top consumer abundance influences lake methane efflux.  Nature Communications 6:8787.
  • Ellis, B.K., Craft, J.A., Stanford, J.A.   Long-term atmospheric deposition of nitrogen, phosphorus and sulfate in a large oligotrophic lake.  PeerJ 3:e841.
  • Giersch, J.J., Jordan, S., Luikart, G., Jones, L.A., Hauer, F.R., Muhlfeld, C.C.   Climate-induced range contraction of a rare alpine aquatic invertebrate.  Freshwater Science 34(1):53–65.
  • Hand, B.K., Hether, T.D., Hohenlohe, P.A., Kovach, R.P., Muhlfeld, C.C., Amish, S.J., Boyer, M., Miller, M.R., Lowe, W.H., Allendorf, F.W., Luikart, G.   Genomics of introgression in hybridized populations: discovery and mapping thousands of species-diagnostic SNPs by RAD next generation sequencing.  Current Zoology 61:146–154.
  • Hand, B.K., Lowe, W.H., Kovach, R.P., Muhlfeld, C.C., Luikart, G.   Landscape community genomics: understanding eco-evolutionary processes in complex environments.  Trends in Ecology & Evolution 30( ):161–168.
  • Helton, A.M., Wright, M.S., Bernhardt, E.S., Poole, G.C., Cory, R.M., Stanford, J.A.   Dissolved organic carbon lability increases with water residence time in the alluvial aquifer of a river floodplain ecosystem.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 120(4):693–706.
  • Kleindl, W.J., Powell, S.L., Hauer, F.R.   Effect of thematic map misclassification on landscape multi-metric assessment.  Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 187(6):1–20.
  • Kovach, R.P., Muhlfeld, C.C., Boyer, M.C., Lowe, W.H., Allendorf, F.W., Luikart, G.   Dispersal and selection mediate hybridization between a native and invasive species.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B 282(1799):20142454.
  • Kovach, R.P., C. C. Muhlfeld, A. A. Wade, B. K. Hand, D. C. Whited, P. W. DeHaan, R. Al-Chokhachy and G. Luikart.   Genetic diversity is related to climatic variation and vulnerability in threatened bull trout.  Global Change Biology:In press early view.
  • Malison, R. L., L. A. Eby and J. A. Stanford.   Juvenile salmonid growth, survival, and production in a large river floodplain modified by beavers (Castor canadensis).  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72(11):1639–1651.
  • Muhlfeld, C. C., S. E. Albeke, S. L. Gunckel, B. J. Writer, B. B. Shepard and B. E. May.   Status and conservation of interior Redband Trout in the Western United States.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35(1):31–53.
  • Peipoch, M., M. Brauns, F. R. Hauer, M. Weitere and H. M. Valett.   Ecological Simplification: Human Influences on Riverscape Complexity.  BioScience.
  • Winans, G., N. Gayeski and E. Timmins-Schiffman.   All dam-affected trout populations are not alike: fine scale geographic variability in resident rainbow trout in Icicle Creek, WA, USA.  Conservation Genetics 16(2):301–315.
  • Helton, A. M., G. C. Poole, R. A. Payn, C. Izurieta and J. A. Stanford. 2014 (available online January 2012).  Relative influences of the river channel, floodplain surface, and alluvial aquifer on simulated hydrologic residence time in a montane river floodplain.  Geomorphology 205:17–26.
  • Al-Chokhachy, R., C. C. Muhlfeld, M. C. Boyer, L. A. Jones, A. Steed and J. L. Kershner.   Quantifying the Effectiveness of Conservation Measures to Control the Spread of Anthropogenic Hybridization in Stream Salmonids: a Climate Adaptation Case Study.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34(3):642–652.
  • Andrews, K. R., P. A. Hohenlohe, M. R. Miller, B. K. Hand, J. E. Seeb and G. Luikart.   Trade-offs and utility of alternative RADseq methods: Reply to Puritz et al.  Molecular Ecology 23(24):5943–5946.
  • Andrews, K. R. and G. Luikart.   Recent novel approaches for population genomics data analysis.  Molecular Ecology 23(7):1661–1667.
  • Appling, A. P., E. S. Bernhardt and J. A. Stanford.   Floodplain biogeochemical mosaics: A multidimensional view of alluvial soils.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119(8):2013JG002543.
  • Bean, J. R., A. C. Wilcox, W. W. Woessner and C. C. Muhlfeld.   Multiscale hydrogeomorphic influences on bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) spawning habitat.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72(4):514–526.
  • Benavides, J. A., P. C. Cross, G. Luikart and S. Creel.   Limitations to estimating bacterial cross-species transmission using genetic and genomic markers: inferences from simulation modeling.  Evolutionary Applications 7(7):774–787.
  • Cosart, T., A. Beja-Pereira and G. Luikart.   EXONSAMPLER: a computer program for genome-wide and candidate gene exon sampling for targeted next-generation sequencing.  Molecular Ecology Resources 14(6):1296–1301.
  • Griffiths, J. R., D. E. Schindler, J. B. Armstrong, M. D. Scheuerell, D. C. Whited, R. A. Clark, R. Hilborn, C. A. Holt, S. T. Lindley, J. A. Stanford and E. C. Volk.   Performance of salmon fishery portfolios across western North America.  Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (6):1554–1563.
  • Guan, K., E. F. Wood, D. Medvigy, J. Kimball, M. Pan, K. K. Caylor, J. Sheffield, X. Xu and M. O. Jones.   Terrestrial hydrological controls on land surface phenology of African savannas and woodlands.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119(8):1652–1669.
  • Hamann, E. J., B. P. Kennedy, D. Whited and J. Stanford.   Spatial variability in spawning habitat selection by chinook salmon (Oncorhychus tshawytscha) in wilderness river.  River Research and Applications 30 (9):1099–1109.
  • Hand, B., S. Cushman, E. Landguth and J. Lucotch.   Assessing multi-taxa sensitivity to the human footprint, habitat fragmentation and loss by exploring alternative scenarios of dispersal ability and population size: a simulation approach.  Biodiversity and Conservation 23(11):2761–2779.
  • Jones, L. A., C. C. Muhlfeld, L. A. Marshall, B. L. McGlynn and J. L. Kershner.   Estimating thermal regimes of bull trout and assessing the potential effects of climate warming on critical habitats.  River Research and Applications 30(2):204–216.
  • Kang, S., S. W. Running, J. S. Kimball, D. B. Fagre, A. Michaelis, D. L. Peterson, J. E. Halofsky and S. Hong.   Effects of spatial and temporal climatic variability on terrestrial carbon and water fluxes in the Pacific Northwest, USA.  Environmental Modelling & Software 51:228-239.
  • Kardos, M., F. W. Allendorf and G. Luikart.   Evaluating the role of inbreeding depression in heterozygosity-fitness correlations: how useful are tests for identity disequilibrium?  Molecular Ecology Resources 14(3):519–530.
  • Kim, Y., J. S. Kimball, K. Didan and G. M. Henebry.   Response of vegetation growth and productivity to spring climate indicators in the conterminous United States derived from satellite remote sensing data fusion.  Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 194:132–143.
  • Kim, Y., J. S. Kimball, K. Zhang, K. Didan, I. Velicogna and K. C. McDonald.   Attribution of divergent northern vegetation growth responses to lengthening non-frozen seasons using satellite optical-NIR and microwave remote sensing.  International Journal of Remote Sensing 35(10):3700–3721.
  • Kirillin, G., M. S. Lorang, T. C. Lippmann, C. C. Gotschalk and S. Schimmelpfennig.   Surface seiches in Flathead Lake.  Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 11(12):13541–13570.
  • Landguth, E. L., C. C. Muhlfeld, R. S. Waples, L. Jones, W. H. Lowe, D. Whited, J. Lucotch, H. Neville and G. Luikart.   Combining demographic and genetic factors to assess population vulnerability in stream species.  Ecological Applications 24(6):1505–1524.
  • Lorang, M. S. and D. Tonolla.   Combining active and passive hydroacoustic techniques during flood events for rapid spatial mapping of bedload transport patterns in gravel-bed rivers.  Fundamental and Applied Limnology 184(3):231246.
  • Madani, N., J. S. Kimball, D. L. R. Affleck, J. Kattge, J. Graham, P. M. van Bodegom, P. B. Reich and S. W. Running.   Improving ecosystem productivity modeling through spatially explicit estimation of optimal light use efficiency.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 119(9):1755–1769.
  • Malison, R. L., M. S. Lorang, D. C. Whited and J. A. Stanford.   Beavers (Castor canadensis) influence habitat for juvenile salmon in a large Alaskan river floodplain.  Freshwater Biology 59(6):1229–1246.
  • McPhee, M. V., D. C. Whited, K. V. Kuzishchin and J. A. Stanford.   The effects of riverine physical complexity on anadromy and genetic diversity in steelhead or rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss around the Pacific Rim.  Journal of Fish Biology 85(1):132–150.
  • Mladenova, I. E., T. J. Jackson, E. Njoku, R. Bindlish, S. Chan, M. H. Cosh, T. R. H. Holmes, R. A. M. de Jeu, L. Jones, J. Kimball, S. Paloscia and E. Santi.   Remote monitoring of soil moisture using passive microwave-based techniques — Theoretical basis and overview of selected algorithms for AMSR-E.  Remote Sensing of Environment 144(0):197–213.
  • Mouw, J. E. B., T. H. Tappenbeck and J. A. Stanford.   Spawning tactics of summer chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta in relation to channel complexity and hyporheic exchange.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 97(10):1095–1107.
  • Muhlfeld, C. C., R. P. Kovach, L. A. Jones, R. Al-Chokhachy, M. C. Boyer, R. F. Leary, W. H. Lowe, G. Luikart and F. W. Allendorf.   Invasive hybridization in a threatened species is accelerated by climate change.  Nature Climate Change 4:620–624.
  • Nichols, C. and M. Lorang.   Sound of Rivers: Stone Drum, Translating limnology into multimedia   IN:  Proceedings of Korean Electro-Acoustic Music Society's 2014 Annual Conference (KEAMSAC2014), Seoul Korea, 8–9 October 2014.
  • Nichols, C., M. Lorang, M. Gibbons, N. B. Browning and A. Bushnell.   Sound of Rivers: Stone Drum: a multimedia collaboration, with sonified data, computer-processed narration, and electric violin.  Open-Access Article distributed under Creative Commons Attribution License 3.0 Unported:1–5.
  • Parker, S. R., M. N. Darvis, S. R. Poulson, C. H. Gammons and J. A. Stanford.   Dissolved oxygen and dissolved inorganic carbon stable isotope composition and concentration fluxes across several shallow floodplain aquifers and in a diffusion experiment.  Biogeochemistry 117:539–552.
  • Podest, E., K. C. McDonald and J. S. Kimball.   Multisensor microwave sensitivity to freeze/thaw dynamics across a complex boreal landscape.  Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on 52(11):6818–6828.
  • Price, M. H. H., A. G. J. Rosenberger, G. G. Taylor and J. A. Stanford.   Comment: Population Structure and Run Timing of Sockeye Salmon in the Skeena River, British Columbia.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34(6):1167–1170.
  • Roffler, G., S. Talbot, G. Luikart, G. Sage, K. Pilgrim, L. Adams and M. Schwartz.   Lack of sex-biased dispersal promotes fine-scale genetic structure in alpine ungulates.  Conservation Genetics 15(4):837–851.
  • Valett, H. M., F. R. Hauer and J. A. Stanford.   Landscape influences on ecosystem function: Local and routing control of oxygen dynamics in a floodplain aquifer.  Ecosystems 17:195–211.
  • Waples, R. S., T. Antao and G. Luikart.   Effects of overlapping generations on linkage disequilibrium estimates of effective population size.  Genetics 197:769–780.
  • Watts, J. D., J. S. Kimball, A. Bartsch and K. C. McDonald.   Surface water inundation in the boreal-Arctic: potential impacts on regional methane emissions.  Environmental Research Letters 9(7):075001.
  • Watts, J. D., J. S. Kimball, F. J. W. Parmentier, T. Sachs, J. Rinne, D. Zona, W. Oechel, T. Tagesson, M. Jackowicz-Korczyński and M. Aurela.   A satellite data driven biophysical modeling approach for estimating northern peatland and tundra CO2 and CH4 fluxes.  Biogeosciences 11(7):1961–1980.
  • Yi, Y., J. S. Kimball and R. H. Reichle.   Spring hydrology determines summer net carbon uptake in northern ecosystems.  Environmental Research Letters 9(6):064003.
  • Jones, L. A., C. C. Muhlfeld, L. A. Marshall, B. L. McGlynn and J. L. Kershner. 2013 Estimating thermal regimes of bull trout and assessing the potential effect of climate warming on critical habitats.  River Research and Applications 30(2):204–216.
  • Allendorf, F. W., G. Luikart and S. N. Aitken.   Conservation and the Genetics of Populations,  2nd edition.  Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester.
  • Beechie, T., H. Imaki, J. Greene, A. Wade, H. Wu, G. Pess, P. Roni, J. Kimball, J. Stanford, P. Kiffney and N. Mantua.   Restoring salmon habitat for a changing climate.  River Research and Applications 29(8):939–960.
  • D'Angelo, V. S. and C. C. Muhlfeld.   Factors influencing the distribution of native bull trout and westslope cutthroat trout in streams of western Glacier National Park, Montana.  Northwest Science 87(1):1–11.
  • Hand, B. K., S. Chen, N. Anderson, A. Beja-Pereira, P. C. Cross, M. Ebinger, H. Edwards, R. A. Garrott, M. D. Kardos, M. Kauffman, E. L. Landguth, A. Middleton, B. Scurlock, P. J. White, P. Zager, M. K. Schwartz and G. Luikart.   Sex-biased gene flow among elk in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.  Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5(1):124–132.
  • Hohenlohe, P. A., M. D. Day, S. J. Amish, M. R. Miller, N. Kamps-Hughes, M. C. Boyer, C. C. Muhlfeld, F. W. Allendorf, E. A. Johnson and G. Luikart.   Genomic patterns of introgression in rainbow and westslope cutthroat trout illuminated by overlapping paired-end RAD sequencing.  Molecular Ecology 22:3002–3013.
  • Jang, K., S. Kang, Y.-J. Lim, S. Jeong, J. Kim, J. S. Kimball and S. Y. Hong.   Monitoring daily evapotranspiration in Northeast Asia using MODIS and a regional land data assimilation system.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Atmospheres:Online in advance of print.
  • Jones, M. O., J. S. Kimball and L. A. Jones.   Satellite microwave detection of boreal forest recovery from the extreme 2004 wildfires in Alaska and Canada.  Global Change Biology 19(10):3111–3122.
  • Jones, M. O., J. S. Kimball, E. E. Small and K. M. Larson.   Comparing land surface phenology derived from satellite and GPS network microwave remote sensing.  International Journal of Biometeorology:1-11.
  • Kimball, J.   Vegetation Phenology. Chapter 188   IN:  Njoku, E. G. (ed.),  Encyclopedia of Remote Sensing: SpringerReference (www.springerreference.com)UTC.  Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg.
  • Kimball, J. S.   Tales of the freeze-thaw cycle.  International Innovation June:24–26.
  • Lorang, M. S., F. R. Hauer, D. C. Whited and P. L. Matson.   Assessing flow releases from a dam to maximize renaturalization of a regulated gravel-bed river using airborne remote sensing imagery.  Reviews in Engineering Geology 21:117–132.
  • Lorang, M. S., F. R. Hauer, D. C. Whited and P. L. Matson.   Using airborne remote-sensing imagery to assess flow releases from a dam in order to maximize renaturalization of a regulated gravel-bed river, pp. 117–132.  IN:  Graff, J. V. D. and J. E. Evans (eds.),  The Challenges of Dam Removal and River Restoration Geological Society of America Reviews in Engineering Geology.
  • Mouw, J. E. B., J. L. Chaffin, D. C. Whited, F. R. Hauer, P. L. Matson and J. A. Stanford.   Recruitment and successional dynamics diversify the shifting habitat mosaic of an Alaskan floodplain.  River Research and Applications 29:671–685.
  • Newell, R. L. and R. W. Baumann.   Studies on distribution and diversity of nearshore Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera in selected lakes of Glacier National Park, Montana.  Western North American Naturalist 73(2):230–236.
  • Price, M. H. H., N. Gayeski and J. A. Stanford.   Abundance of Skeena River chum salmon during the early rise in commercial fishing.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142(4):989–1004.
  • Schwalm, C. R., D. N. Huntinzger, A. M. Michalak, J. B. Fisher, J. S. Kimball, B. Mueller, K. Zhang and Y. Zhang.   Sensitivity of inferred climate model skill to evaluation decisions: a case study using CMIP5 evapotranspiration.  Environmental Research Letters 8(2):024028.
  • Treanor, H. B., J. J. Giersch, K. M. Kappenman, C. C. Muhlfeld and M. A. H. Webb.   Thermal tolerance of meltwater stonefly Lednia tumana nymphs from an alpine stream in Waterton–Glacier International Peace Park, Montana, USA.  Freshwater Science 32(2):597–605.
  • Wade, A. A., T. J. Beechie, E. Fleishman, N. J. Mantua, H. Wu, J. S. Kimball, D. M. Stoms and J. A. Stanford.   Steelhead vulnerability to climate change in the Pacific Northwest.  Journal of Applied Ecology 50:1093–1104.
  • Waples, R. A., G. Luikart, D. A. Tallmon and J. Faulkner.   Simple life-history traits explain key effective population size ratios across diverse taxa.  Proceedings of Royal Society B 280   (1768):20131339.
  • Watts, J. D., J. S. Kimball, F.-J. W. Parmentier, T. Sachs, J. Rinne, D. Zona, W. Oechel, T. Tagesson, M. Jackowicz-Korczyński and M. Aurela.   A satellite data driven biophysical modeling approach for estimating northern peatland and tundra CO2 and CH4 fluxes.  Biogeosciences Discuss. 10:16491–16549.
  • Whited, D. C., J. S. Kimball, M. S. Lorang and J. A. Stanford.   Estimation of juvenile salmon habitat in Pacific Rim rivers using multiscalar remote sensing and geospatial analysis.  River Research and Applications 29(2):135–148.
  • Yi, Y., J. S. Kimball, L. A. Jones, R. H. Reichle, R. Nemani and H. A. Margolis.   Recent climate and fire disturbance impacts on boreal and arctic ecosystem productivity estimated using a satellite-based terrestrial carbon flux model.  Journal of Geophysical Research:  Biogeosciences 118:1–17.
  • Amish, S. J., P. A. Hohenlohe, S. Painter, R. F. Leary, C. Muhlfeld, F. W. Allendorf and G. Luikart.   RAD sequencing yields a high success rate for westslope cutthroat and rainbow trout species-diagnostic SNP assays.  Molecular Ecology Resources 12(4):653–660.
  • Beechie, T., G. Pess, S. Morley, L. Butler, P. Downs, A. Maltby, P. Skidmore, S. Clayton, C. Muhlfeld and K. Hanson.   Watershed Assessments and Identification of Restoration Needs, pp. 50–113.  IN:  Roni, P. and T. Beechie (eds.),  Stream and Watershed Restoration: A Guide to Restoring Riverine Processes and Habitats.  John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
  • Campbell, N., S. Amish, V. Pritchard, K. McKelvey, M. Young, M. Schwartz, J. Garza, G. Luikart and S. Narum.   Development and evaluation of 200 novel SNP assays for population genetic studies of westslope cutthroat trout and genetic identification of related taxa.  Molecular Ecology Resources 12(5):942–949.
  • Chuang, T.-W., G. M. Henebry, J. S. Kimball, D. L. VanRoekel-Patton, M. B. Hildreth and M. C. Wimberly.   Satellite microwave remote sensing for mosquito population dynamics.  Remote Sensing of Environment 125:147–156.
  • Colliander, A., K. McDonald, R. Zimmermann, R. Schroeder, J. S. Kimball and E. G. Njoku.   Application of QuikSCAT backscatter to SMAP validation planning: Freeze/thaw state over ALECTRA sites in Alaska from 2000 to 2007.  Geoscience and Remote Sensing, IEEE Transactions on 50(2):461–468.
  • Ferreira, A. C., C. Almendra, R. Cardoso, M. S. Pereira, A. Beja-Pereira, G. Luikart and M. I. Corrêa de Sá.   Development and evaluation of a selective medium for Brucella suisResearch in Veterinary Science 93(2):565–567.
  • Helton, A. M., G. C. Poole, R. A. Payn, C. Izurieta and J. A. Stanford.   Scaling flow path processes to fluvial landscapes: An integrated field and model assessment of temperature and dissolved oxygen dynamics in a river-floodplain-aquifer system.  Journal of Geophysical Research 117:G00N114.
  • Isaak, D. J., C. C. Muhlfeld, A. S. Todd, R. Al-Chohachy, J. Roberts, J. L. Kershner, K. D. Fausch and S. W. Hostetler.   The past as prelude to the future for understanding 21st century climate effects on Rocky Mountain trout.  Fisheries 37(12):542–556.
  • Jones, M. O., J. S. Kimball, L. A. Jones and K. C. McDonald.   Satellite passive microwave detection of North America start of season.  Remote Sensing of Environment 123:324–333.
  • Kim, Y., J. S. Kimball, K. Zhang and K. C. McDonald.   Satellite detection of increasing Northern Hemisphere non-frozen seasons from 1979 to 2008: Implications for regional vegetation growth.  Remote Sensing of Environment 121:472–487.
  • Landguth, E. L., C. C. Muhlfeld and G. Luikart.   CDFISH: an individual-based, spatially-explicit, landscape genetics simulator for aquatic species in complex riverscapes.  Conservation Genetics Resources 4(1):133–136.
  • McGuire, A. D., T. R. Christensen, D. Hayes, A. Heroult, E. Euskirchen, J. S. Kimball, C. Koven, P. Lafleur, P. A. Miller, W. Oechel, P. Peylin, M. Williams and Y. Yi.   An assessment of the carbon balance of Arctic tundra: comparisons among observations, process models, and atmospheric inversions.  Biogeosciences 9(8):3185–3204.
  • Mu, Q., M. Zhao, J. S. Kimball, N. G. McDowell and S. W. Running.   A remotely sensed Global Terrestrial Drought Severity Index.  Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 94(1):83–98.
  • Muhlfeld, C. C., V. D'Angelo, S. T. Kalinowski, E. L. Landguth, C. C. Downs, J. Tohtz and J. L. Kershner.   A fine-scale assessment of using barriers to conserve native stream salmonids: a case study in Akokala Creek, Glacier National Park, USA.  The Open Fish Science Journal 5:9–20.
  • Muhlfeld, C. C., J. J. Giersch and B. Marotz.   Seasonal movements of non-native lake trout in a connected lake and river system.  Fisheries Management and Ecology 19(3):224–232.
  • Muhlfeld, C. C., L. Jones, D. Kotter, W. J. Miller, D. Geise, J. Tohtz and B. Marotz.   Assessing the impacts of river regulation on native bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) and westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi) habitats in the upper Flathead River, Montana, USA.  River Research and Applications 28:940–959.
  • Muhlfeld, C. C., S. R. Thorrold, T. E. McMahon and B. Marotz.   Estimating westslope cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi) movements in a river network using strontium isoscapes.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69:906–915.
  • Pérez-Figueroa, A., R. L. Wallen, T. Antao, J. A. Coombs, M. K. Schwartz, P. J. White and G. Luikart.   Conserving genomic variability in large mammals: Effect of population fluctuations and variance in male reproductive success on variability in Yellowstone bison.  Biological Conservation 150(1):159–166.
  • Petts, G. E.   ISRS 2011 Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to Professor Jack Stanford.  River Research and Applications 27.
  • See, W., W. H. Edwards, S. Dauwalter, C. Almendra, M. D. Kardos, J. L. Lowell, R. Wallen, S. L. Cain, W. E. Holben and G. Luikart.   Yersinia enterocolitica: An unlikely cause of positive brucellosis tests in greater Yellowstone ecosystem bison (Bison bison).  Journal of Wildlife Diseases 48(3):537–541.
  • Sepulveda, A., A. Ray, R. Al-Chokhachy, C. Muhlfeld, R. Gresswell, J. Gross and J. Kershner.   Aquatic invasive species: Lessons from cancer research.  American Scientist 100:234–242.
  • Velicogna, I., J. Tong, T. Zhang and J. S. Kimball.   Increasing subsurface water storage in discontinuous permafrost areas of the Lena River basin, Eurasia, detected from GRACE.  Geophysical Research Letters 39(9):L09403.
  • Watts, J. D., J. S. Kimball, L. A. Jones, R. Schroeder and K. C. McDonald.   Satellite Microwave remote sensing of contrasting surface water inundation changes within the Arctic–Boreal Region.  Remote Sensing of Environment 127( ):223–236.
  • Whited, D. C., J. S. Kimball, J. A. Lucotch, N. K. Maumenee, H. Wu, S. D. Chilcote and J. A. Stanford.   A Riverscape Analysis Tool developed to assist wild salmon conservation across the North Pacific Rim.  Fisheries 37(7):305–314.
  • Wu, H., J. S. Kimball, M. M. Elsner, N. Mantua, R. F. Adler and J. A. Stanford.   Projected climate change impacts on the hydrology and temperature of Pacific Northwest rivers.  Water Resources Research 48:W11530.
  • Wu, H., J. S. Kimball, H. Li, M. Huang, L. R. Leung and R. F. Adler.   A new global river network database for macroscale hydrologic modeling.  Water Resources Research 48:W09701.
  • Beaulieu, J. J., J. L. Tank, S. K. Hamilton, W. M. Wollheim, R. O. Hall, P. J. Mulholland, B. J. Peterson, L. R. Ashkenas, L. W. Cooper, C. N. Dahm, W. K. Dodds, N. B. Grimm, S. L. Johnson, W. H. McDowell, G. C. Poole, H. M. Valett, C. P. Arango, M. J. Bernot, A. J. Burgin, C. L. Crenshaw, A. M. Helton, L. T. Johnson, J. M. O'Brien, J. D. Potter, R. W. Sheibley, D. J. Sobota and S. M. Thomas.   Nitrous oxide emission from denitrification in stream and river networks.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108(1):214–219.
  • Cosart, T., A. Beja-Pereira, S. Chen, S. B. Ng, J. Shendure and G. Luikart.   Exome-wide DNA capture and next generation sequencing in domestic and wild species.  BMC Genomics 12(347):1–8.
  • Drinan, D., S. Kalinowski, N. Vu, B. Shepard, C. Muhlfeld and M. Campbell.   Genetic variation in westslope cutthroat trout Oncorhynchus clarkii lewisi: implications for conservation.  Conservation Genetics 12(6):1513–1523.
  • Ellis, B. K., J. A. Stanford, D. Goodman, C. P. Stafford, D. L. Gustafson, D. A. Beauchamp, D. W. Chess, J. A. Craft, M. A. Deleray and B. S. Hansen.   Long-term effects of a trophic cascade in a large lake ecosystem.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 108(3):1070–1075.
  • Goetz, S., J. Kimball, M. Mack and E. Kasischke.   Scoping completed for an experiment to assess vulnerability of Arctic and Boreal ecosystems.  EOS 92(18):150–151.
  • Helton, A. M., G. C. Poole, J. L. Meyer, W. M. Wollheim, B. J. Peterson, P. J. Mulholland, E. S. Bernhardt, J. A. Stanford, C. Arango, L. R. Ashkenas, L. W. Cooper, W. K. Dodds, S. V. Gregory, R. O. H. Jr, S. K. Hamilton, S. L. Johnson, W. H. McDowell, J. D. Potter, J. L. Tank, S. M. Thomas, H. M. Valett, J. R. Webster and L. Zeglin.   Thinking outside the channel: modeling nitrogen cycling in networked river ecosystems.  Frontiers in Ecology and Environment 9(4):229–238.
  • Hohenlohe, P. A., S. J. Amish, J. M. Catchen, F. W. Allendorf and G. Luikart.   Next-generation RAD sequencing identifies thousands of SNPs for assessing hybridization between rainbow and westslope cutthroat trout.  Molecular Ecology Resources 11:117–122.
  • Izurieta, C., S. Cleveland, I. Judson, P. Llovet, G. Poole, B. McGlynn, L. Marshall, W. Cross, G. Jacobs, B. Kucera, D. White, F. R. Hauer and J. Stanford.   A cyber-infrastructure for a virtual observatory and ecological informatics systems - VOEIS, pp. 76–81.  IN:  National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis NCEAS Environmental Information Management EIM 2011, 29–30 September 2011, Santa Barbara.
  • Jones, M. O., L. A. Jones, J. S. Kimball and K. C. McDonald.   Satellite passive microwave remote sensing for monitoring global land surface phenology.  Remote Sensing of Environment 115:1102–1114.
  • Kim, Y., J. S. Kimball, K. C. McDonald and J. Glassy.   Developing a global data record of daily landscape freeze/thaw status using satellite passive microwave remote sensing.  IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 49(3):949–960.
  • Lorang, M. S.   A wave-competence aproach to distinguish between boulder and megaclast deposits due to storm waves versus tsunamis.  Marine Geology 283:90–97.
  • Morris, M. R. and J. A. Stanford.   Floodplain succession and soil nitrogen accumulation on a salmon river in southwestern Kamchatka.  Ecological Monographs 81(1):43–61.
  • Muhlfeld, C., J. Giersch, F. Hauer, G. Pederson, G. Luikart, D. Peterson, C. Downs and D. Fagre.   Climate change links fate of glaciers and an endemic alpine invertebrate.  Climatic Change Letters 106(2):337–345.
  • O'Neal, S. L. and J. A. Stanford.   Partial migration in a robust brown trout population of a Patagonian river.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140(3):623–635.
  • Schweiger, E. W., I. W. Ashton, C. C. Muhlfeld, L. A. Jones and L. L. Bahls.   The distribution and abundance of a nuisance native alga, Didmosphenia geminata, in streams of Glacier National Park: climate drivers and management implications.  Park Science 28(2):88–91.
  • Smith, M. G., S. R. Parker, C. H. Gammons, S. R. Poulson and F. R. Hauer.   Tracing dissolved O2 and dissolved inorganic carbon stable isotope dynamics in the Nyack aquifer: Middle Fork Flathead River, Montana, USA.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75(20):5971–5986.
  • Sokol, E. R., E. F. Benfield, L. K. Belden and H. M. Valett.   The assembly of ecological communities inferred from taxonomic and functional composition.  The American Naturalist 177(5):630–644.
  • Tonolla, D., M. S. Lorang, K. Heutschi, C. C. Gotschalk and K. Tockner.   Characterization of spatial heterogeneity in underwater soundscapes at the river segment scale
  • Limnology and Oceanography 56(6):2319–2333.
  • Wu, H., J. S. Kimball, N. Mantua and J. Stanford.   Automated upscaling of river networks for macroscale hydrological modeling.  Water Resources Research 47(3):W03517.
  • Yi, Y., J. S. Kimball, L. A. Jones, R. H. Reichle and K. C. McDonald.   Evaluation of MERRA land surface estimates in preparation for the Soil Moisture Active Passive Mission.  Journal of Climate 24:3797–3816.
  • Zhang, K., J. S. Kimball, Y. Kim and K. C. McDonald.   Changing freeze-thaw seasons in northern high latitudes and associated influences on evapotranspiration.  Hydrological Processes 25:4142–4151.
  • Allendorf, F. W., P. A. Hohenlohe and G. Luikart.   Genomics and the future of conservation genetics.  Nature Reviews Genetics 11(10):697–709.
  • Boulton, A. J., T. Datry, T. Kasahara, M. Mutz and J. A. Stanford.   Ecology and management of the hyporheic zone: stream–groundwater interactions of running waters and their floodplains.  Journal of North American Benthological Society 29(1):20–40.
  • Cross, P. C., E. K. Cole, A. P. Dobson, W. H. Edwards, K. L. Hamlin, G. Luikart, A. D. Middleton, B. M. Scurlock and P. J. White.   Probable causes of increasing brucellosis in free-ranging elk of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.  Ecological Society of America Ecological Applications 20(1):278–288.
  • Eberle, L. C. and J. A. Stanford.   Importance and seasonal availability of terrestrial invertebrates as prey for juvenile salmonids in floodplain spring brooks of the Kol River (Kamchatka, Russian Federation).  River Research and Applications 26:682–694.
  • Ely, D. T., D. von Schiller and H. M. Valett.   Stream acidification increases nitrogen uptake by leaf biofilms: implications at the ecosystem scale.  Freshwater Biology 55:1337–1348.
  • Entekhabi, D., E. G. Njoku, P. E. O'Neill, K. H. Kellogg, W. T. Cros, W. N. Edelstein, J. K. Entin, S. D. Goodman, T. J. Jackson, J. Johnson, J. Kimball, J. R. Piepmeier, R. D. Koster, N. Martin, K. C. McDonald, M. Moghaddam, S. Moran, R. Reichle, J. C. Shi, M. W. Spencer, S. W. Thurman, L. Tsang and J. V. Zyl.   The soil moisture active passive (SMAP) mission.  Proceedings of the IEEE 98(5):704–716.
  • Harner, M. J., D. L. Mummey, J. A. Stanford and M. C. Rillig.   Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi enhance spotted knapweed growth across a riparian chronosequence.  Biological Invasions 12(6):1481–1490.
  • Hauer, F. R. and C. C. Muhlfeld.   Compelling science saves a river valley.  Science 327(5973):1576.
  • Hill, A. C., T. S. Bansak, B. K. Ellis and J. A. Stanford.   Merits and limits of ecosystem protection for conserving wild salmon in a northern coastal British Columbia river.  Ecology and Society 15(2):20.
  • Hossack, F. R., R. L. Newell and D. C. Rogers.   Branchiopods (Anostraca, Notostraca) from Protected Areas of Western Montana.  Northwest Science 84(1):52–59.
  • Jones, L. A., C. R. Ferguson, J. S. Kimball, K. Zhang, S. T. Chan, K. C. McDonald, E. G. Njoku and E. F. Wood.   Satellite microwave remote sensing of daily land surface air temperature minima and maxima from AMSR-E.  IEEE Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing 3(1):111–123.
  • Jung, M., M. Reichstein, P. Ciais, S. I. Seneviratne, J. Sheffield, M. L. Goulden, G. B. Bonan, A. Cescatti, J. Chen, R. d. Jeu, A. J. Dolman, W. Eugster, D. Gerten, D. Gianelle, N. Gobron, J. Heinke, J. S. Kimball, B. E. Law, L. Montagnani, Q. Mu, B. Mueller, K. W. Oleson, D. Papale, A. D. Richardson, O. Roupsard, S. W. Running, E. Tomelleri, N. Viovy, U. Weber, C. Williams, E. Wood, S. Zaehle and K. Zhang.   Recent decline in the global land evapotranspiration trend due to limited moisture supply.  Nature 467:951–954.
  • Kleindl, W., M. C. Rains and F. R. Hauer.   HGM is a rapid assessment: Clearing the confusion.  Wetland Science and Practice 27(3):17–22.
  • Kuzishchin, K. V., M. A. Gruzdeva, K. A. Savvaitova, D. S. Pavlov and J. A. Stanford.   Seasonal races of chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta and their interrelations in Kamchatka rivers [Original Russian Text published in Voprosy Ikhtiologii 50(2) 2010 pp. 202–215].  Journal of Ichthyology 50(2):159–173.
  • Luck, M., N. Maumenee, D. Whited, J. Lucotch, S. Chilcote, M. Lorang, D. Goodman, K. McDonald, J. Kimball and J. Stanford.   Remote sensing analysis of physical complexity of North Pacific Rim rivers to assist wild salmon conservation.  Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 35(11):1330–1343.
  • Meier, C. I. and F. R. Hauer.   Strong effect of coarse surface layer on moisture within gravel bars: Results from an outdoor experiment.  Water Resources Research 46(W05507):1–10.
  • Morris, M. R., B. O. Brouwer, J. K. Caves, M. J. Harner and J. A. Stanford.   Successional changes in soil and hyporheic nitrogen fertility on an alluvial flood plain: implications for riparian vegetation.  Aquatic Sciences 72:519–532.
  • Rawlins, M. A., M. Steele, M. M. Holland, J. C. Adam, J. E. Cherry, J. A. Francis, P. Y. Groisman, L. D. Hinzman, T. G. Huntington, D. L. Kane, J. S. Kimball, R. Kwok, R. B. Lammers, C. M. Lee, D. P. Lettenmaier, K. C. McDonald, E. Podest, J. W. Pundsack, B. Rudels, M. C. Serreze, A. Shiklomanov, Ø. Skagseth, T. J. Troy, C. J. Vörösmarty, M. Wensnahan, E. F. Wood, R. Woodgate, D. Yang, K. Zhang and T. Zhang.   Analysis of the arctic system for freshwater cycle intensification: observations and expectations.  Journal of Climate 23(21):5715–5737.
  • Stanford, J. A., F. R. Hauer, S. V. Gregory and E. B. Snyder.   Columbia River Basin, pp. 258–283.  IN:  Benke, A. C. and C. E. Cushing (eds.),  Field Guide to Rivers of North America.  Elsevier, San Diego.
  • Stein, E. D., M. Brinson, M. C. Rains, W. Kleindl and F. R. Hauer.   A response to Tom Hruby.  Wetlands Science and Practice 27(1):8–9.
  • Tockner, K., M. S. Lorang and J. A. Stanford.   River floodplains as model ecosystems to test general hydrogeomorphic and ecological concepts.  River Research and Applications 26(1):76–86.
  • Tockner, K., M. Pusch, D. Borchardt and M. S. Lorang.   Multiple stressors in coupled river–floodplain ecosystems.  Freshwater Biology 55 (Suppl. 1):131–151.
  • Tonolla, D., V. Acuña, M. S. Lorang, K. Heutschi and K. Tockner.   A field-based investigation to examine underwater soundscapes of five common river habitats.  Hydrological Processes 24:3146–3156.
  • Zhang, K., J. S. Kimball, R. R. Nemani and S. W. Running.   A continuous satellite-derived global record of land surface evapotranspiration from 1983 to 2006.  Water Resources Research 46:W09522.
  • Camacho, A. I., R. L. Newell and B. L. Reid.   New records of Bathynellacea (Syncarida, Bathynellidae) in North America: three new species of the genus Pacificabathynella from Montana State, USA.  Journal of Natural History 43(29–30):1805–1834.
  • Camacho, A. I., J. A. Stanford and R. L. Newell.   The first record of Syncarida in Montana: A new genus of Parabathynellidae (Crustacea, Bathynellacea) family in North America.  Journal of Natural History 43(5–6):309–321.
  • Harner, M. J., J. S. Piotrowski, Y. Lekberg, J. A. Stanford and M. C. Rillig.   Heterogeneity in mycorrhizal inoculum potential of flood-deposited sediments.  Aquatic Sciences 71:331–337.
  • Hill, A. C., J. A. Stanford and P. R. Leavitt.   Recent sedimentary legacy of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) and climate change in an ultraoligotrophic, glacially-turbid British Columbia nursery lake.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66(7):1141–1152.
  • Kimball, J. S., L. A. Jones, K. Zhang, F. A. Heinsch, K. C. McDonald and W. C. Oechel.   A satellite approach to estimate land—atmosphere CO2 exchange for boreal and Artic biomes using MODIS and AMSR-E.  IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 47(2):569–587.
  • Lowell, J. L., N. Gordon, D. Engstrom, J. A. Stanford, W. E. Holben and J. E. Gannon.   Habitat heterogeneity and associated microbial community structure in a small-scale floodplain hyporheic flow path.  Microbiology of Aquatic Systems 58:611–620.
  • McPhee, M. V., T. H. Tappenbeck, D. C. Whited and J. A. Stanford.   Genetic diversity and population structure in the Kuskokwim River drainage support the 'recurrent evolution' hypothesis for sockeye salmon life histories.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (138):1481–1489.
  • Michener, W. K., K. L. Bildstein, W. A. McKee, R. R. Parmenter, W. H. Hargrove, D. McClearn and M. Stromberg.   Biological field stations: Research legacies and sites for serendipity.  BioScience 59:300–310.
  • Mouw, J. E. B., J. A. Stanford and P. B. Alaback.   Influences of flooding and hyporheic exchange on floodplain plant richness and productivity.  River Research and Applications 25(8):929–945.
  • Mu, Q., L. A. Jones, J. S. Kimball, K. C. McDonald and S. W. Running.   Satellite assessment of land surface evapotranspiration for the pan-Arctic domain.  Water Resources Research 45:W09420.
  • Newell, R. L. and M. L. Anderson.   Note on the occurrence of Siphlonurus autumnalis (Ephemeroptera: Siphlonuridae) in a Montana spring brook.  Western North American Naturalist 69(4):551–555.
  • Pavlov, D. S., K. A. Savvaitova, K. V. Kuzishchin, M. A. Gruzdeva and J. A. Stanford.   The Status and Monitoring of the Salmonid Biodiversity and Their Environment on Kamchatka (on the Territory of the "River Kol" Protected Area).  KMK Scientific Press, Moscow.
  • Stein, E. D., M. Brinson, M. C. Rains, W. Kleindl and F. R. Hauer.   Wetland assessment alphabet soup: How to choose (or not choose) the right assessment method.  Wetland Science and Practice 26(4):20–25.
  • Stephenson, J. J., M. R. Campbell, J. E. Hess, C. Kozfkay, A. P. Matala, M. V. McPhee, P. Moran, S. R. Narum, M. M. Paquin, O. Schlei, M. P. Small, D. M. V. Doornik and J. K. Wenburg.   A centralized model for creating shared, standardized, microsatellite data that simplifies interlaboratory collaboration.  Conservation Genetics 10(4):1145–1149.
  • Tonolla, D., M. S. Lorang, K. Heutschi and K. Tockner.   A flume experiment to examine underwater sound generation by flowing water.  Aquatic Sciences 61(4):449–462.
  • White, M., K. de Beurs, K. Didan, D. Inouye, A. Richardson, O. Jensen, J. O'Keefe, G. Zhang, R. Nemani, v. L. W., M. Schwartz, J. Brown, A. de Wit, M. Schaepman, D. Baldocchi, X. Lin, M. Dettinger, A. Bailey, J. Kimball, J. Lee and W. Lauenroth.   Intercomparison, interpretation, and assessment of spring phenology in North America estimated from remote sensing for 1982–2006.  Global Change Biology 15(10):2335–2359.
  • Zhang, K., J. S. Kimball, Q. Mub, L. A. Jones, S. J. Goetz and S. W. Running.   Satellite based analysis of northern ET trends and associated changes in the regional water balance from 1983 to 2005.  Journal of Hydrology 379:92–110.
  • Dunham, J., C. Baxter, K. Fausch, W. Fredenberg, S. Kitano, I. Koizumi, K. Morita, T. Nakamura, B. Rieman, K. Savvaitova, J. Stanford, E. Taylor and S. Yamamoto.   Evolution, ecology and conservation of Dolly Varden, white-spotted char, and bull trout.  Fisheries 33(11):537–550.
  • Hauer, F. R., J. A. Stanford and R. L. Newell (eds.).   International Advances in the Ecology, Zoogeography and Systematics of Mayflies and Stoneflies, UC Publications in Entomology, 128.  University of California Press, Berkeley.
  • Hauer, F. R., J. A. Stanford and R. L. Newell.   International Advances in the Ecology, Zoogeography and Systematics of Mayflies and Stoneflies, UC Publications in Entomology, 128.  University of California PressHauer, F.R., Berkeley.
  • Jones, K. L., G. C. Poole, S. J. O'Daniel, L. A. K. Mertes and J. A. Stanford.   Surface hydrology of low-relief landscapes: assessing surface water flow impedance using LIDAR-derived digital elevation models.  Remote Sensing of Environment 112:4148–4159.
  • Kimball, J. S.   Earth observation of global change: the role of satellite remote sensing in monitoring the global environment.  EOS 89(32):294.
  • McGuire, A. D., J. E. Walsh, J. S. Kimball, J. S. Clein, S. E. Euskirchen, S. Drobot, U. C. Herzfeld and J. Maslanik.   The western Arctic linkage experiment (WALE): overview and synthesis.  Earth Interactions 12(Paper No. 7):1–13.
  • McKee, W. A. and S. Greene.   Flynn Creek Research Natural Area, pp. 316.  IN:  Stednik, J. D. (ed.),  Hydrological and Biological Responses to Forest Practices: The Alsea Watershed Study.  Springer, New York.
  • Newell, R. L., R. W. Baumann and J. A. Stanford.   Stoneflies of Glacier National Park and Flathead River Basin, Montana, pp. 173–186.  IN:  Hauer, F. R., J. A. Stanford and R. L. Newell (eds.),  International Advances in the Ecology, Zoogeography, and Systematics of Mayflies and Stoneflies.  University of California Press, Berkeley.
  • Pavlov, D. S., K. A. Savvaitova, K. V. Kuzishchin, M. A. Gruzdeva, A. Y. Mal'tsev and J. A. Stanford.   Diversity of life strategies and population structure of Kamchatka mykiss Parasalmo mykiss in the ecosystems of small salmon rivers of various types [Original Russian text published in Voprosy Ikhtiologii 2008 48(1) pp. 42–49].  Journal of Ichthyology 48:37–44.
  • Poole, G. C., S. J. O'Daniel, K. L. Jones, W. W. Woessner, E. S. Bernhardt, A. M. Helton, J. A. Stanford, B. R. Boer and T. J. Beechie.   Hydrologic spiralling: the role of multiple interactive flow paths in stream ecosystems.  River Research and Applications 24:1018–1031.
  • Tockner, K., S. E. Binn, C. Gordon, R. J. Naiman, G. P. Quinn and J. A. Stanford.   Flood plains: critically threatened ecosystems, pp. 45–61, Chapter 4.  IN:  Polunin, N. V. C. (ed.),  Aquatic Ecosystems Trends and Global Prospects.  Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Wu, H., J. S. Kimball and D. P. Lettenmaie.   Automated upscaling of river networks for macroscale hydrological modeling.  Eos Transactions, AGU 89(53 Fall Meeting Supplement H11E-0819).
  • Wyatt, K. H., F. R. Hauer and G. F. Pessoney.   Benthic algal response to hyporheic-surface water exchange in an alluvial river.  Hydrobiologia 607:151–161.
  • Zhang, K., J. S. Kimball, E. H. Hogg, M. Zhao, W. C. Oechel, J. J. Cassano and S. W. Running.   Satellite-based model detection of recent climate-driven changes in northern high-latitude vegetation productivity.  Journal of Geophysical Research 113(G03033):1–13.
  • Bunn, A. G., S. J. Goetz, J. S. Kimball and K. Zhang.   Northern high latitude ecosystems respond to recent climate change.  EOS 88(34):333–335.
  • Cook, B. J. and F. R. Hauer.   Effects of hydrologic connectivity on water chemistry, soils, and vegetation structure and function in an intermontane depressional wetland landscape.  Wetlands 27(3):719–738.
  • Hauer, F. R. and W. R. Hill.   Chapter 5: Temperature, Light, and Oxygen, pp. 103–117.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Elsevier, San Diego.
  • Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.).   Methods in Stream Ecology,  2nd Edition.  Academic Press (Elsevier), San Diego.
  • Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti.   Preface, pp. xiii–xv.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press (Elsevier), San Diego.
  • Hauer, F. R. and V. H. Resh.   Chapter 20: Macroinvertebrates, pp. 435–463.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lambert (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academica Press (Elsevier), San Diego.
  • Hauer, F. R., J. A. Stanford and M. S. Lorang.   Pattern and process in Northern Rocky Mountain headwaters: Ecological linkages in the headwaters of the Crown of the Continent.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43(1):104–117.
  • Hauer, F. R., J. A. Stanford, M. S. Lorang, B. K. Ellis and J. A. Craft.   Aquatic ecosystem health, pp. 117–134.  IN:  Prato, A. and D. Fagre (eds.),  Sustaining Rocky Mountain Landscapes:  Science, Policy, and Management of the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem.  RFF Press, Washington.
  • Jones, L. A., J. S. Kimball, K. C. McDonald, S. T. K. Chan, E. G. Njoku and W. C. Oechel.   Satellite microwave remote sensing of boreal and Arctic soil temperatures from AMSR-E.  IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 45(7):2004–2018.
  • Kimball, J. S., M. Zhao, A. D. McGuire, F. A. Heinsch, J. Clein, M. Calef, W. M. Jolly, S. Kang, S. E. Euskirchen, K. C. McDonald and S. W. Running.   Recent climate-driven increases in vegetation productivity for the western Arctic: Evidence of an acceleration of the northern terrestrial carbon cycle.  Earth Interactions 11(Paper No. 4):1–30.
  • Kucheryavyi, A. V., K. A. Savvaitova, D. S. Pavlov, M. A. Gruzdeva, K. V. Kuzishchin and J. A. Stanford.   Variations of life history strategy of the Arctic lamprey Lethenteron camtschaticum from the Utkholok River (Western Kamchatka) [Original Russian text published in Voprosy Ikhtiologii 47(1) 2007 pp. 42–57].  Journal of Ichthyology 47(1):37–52.
  • Kuzishchin, K. V., A. Y. Mal'tsev, M. A. Gruzdeva, K. A. Savvaitova, D. S. Pavlov and J. A. Stanford.   On joint spawning of anadromous and resident mykiss Parasalmo mykiss in rivers of western Kamchatka [Original Russian text published in Voprosy Ikthiologii 47(3) 2007 pp. 342–346].  Journal of Ichthyology 47(5):348–352.
  • Lorang, M. S. and F. R. Hauer.   Chapter 7: Fluvial Geomorphic Processes, pp. 145–168.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press (Elsevier), San Diego.
  • McCafferty, W. P. and R. L. Newell.   Insecta, Ephemeroptera: Range extensions and new state records from far western Montana, USA.  Checklist 3(3):260–266.
  • McDonald, K. C., B. Chapman, J. S. Kimball and R. Zimmerman.   The tropical rain forest: threatened powerhouse of the biosphere, pp. 274–279.  IN:  King, M. D., C. L. Parkinson, K. C. Partington and R. G. Williams (eds.),  Our Changing Planet.  Cambridge University Press.
  • McDonald, K. C. and J. S. Kimball.   Boreal forests: a lengthening growing season, pp. 120–123.  IN:  King, M. D., C. L. Parkinson, K. C. Partington and R. G. Williams (eds.),  Our Changing Planet.  Cambridge University Press.
  • McPhee, M. V.   Age, growth, and life history comparisons between the invasive white sucker (Catstomus commersoni) and native Rio Grande sucker (C Plebeius).  The Southwestern Naturalist 52(1):15–25.
  • McPhee, M. V., F. Utter, J. A. Stanford, K. V. Kuzishchin, K. A. Savvaitova, D. S. Pavlov and F. W. Allendorf.   Population structure and partial anadromy in Oncorhynchus mykiss from Kamchatka: relevance for conservation strategies around the Pacific Rim.  Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 16(4):539–547.
  • Sitch, S., A. D. McGuire, J. Kimball, N. Gedney, J. Gamon, R. Engstrom, A. Wolf, Q. Zhuang, J. Clein and K. C. McDonald.   Assessing the carbon balance of circumpolar Arctic tundra using remote sensing and process modeling.  Ecological Applications 17(1):213–234.
  • Stanford, J. A.   Chapter 1: Landscapes and Riverscapes, pp. 3–21.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Thorp, J. H., J. A. Stanford, M. C. Thoms and G. E. Petts.   Editorial: Global partnerships and the new International Society for River Science (ISRS).  River Research and Applications 23(1):1–5.
  • Whited, D. C., M. S. Lorang, M. J. Harner, F. R. Hauer, J. S. Kimball and J. A. Stanford.   Climate, hydrologic disturbance, and succession: drivers of floodplain pattern.  Ecology 88(4):940–953.
  • Zhang, K., J. S. Kimball, K. C. McDonald, J. J. Cassano and S. W. Running.   Impacts of large-scale oscillations on pan-Arctic terrestrial net primary production.  Geophysical Research Letters 34(L21403).
  • Zhang, K., J. S. Kimball, M. Zhao, W. C. Oechel, J. Cassano and S. W. Running.   Sensitivity of pan-Arctic terrestrial net primary productivity simulations to daily surface meteorology from NCEP-NCAR and ERA-40 reanalyses.  Journal of Geophysical Research 112(G0101).
  • Eby, L. A., W. J. Roach, L. B. Crowder and J. A. Stanford.   Effects of stocking-up freshwater food webs.  TRENDS in Ecology and Evolution 21(10):576–584.
  • Euskirchen, E. S., A. D. McGuire, D. W. Kicklighter, Q. Zhuang, J. S. Clein, R. J. Dargaville, D. G. Dye, J. S. Kimball, K. C. McDonald, J. M. Melillo, V. E. Romanovsky and N. V. Smith.   Importance of recent shifts in soil thermal dynamics on growing season length, productivity, and carbon sequestration in terrestrial high-latitude ecosystems.  Global Change Biology 12:731–750.
  • Haskell, C. A. and J. A. Stanford.   Ecology of an estuarine mysid shrimp in the Columbia River (USA).  River Research and Applications 22(7):739–753.
  • Heinsch, F. A., M. Zhao, S. W. Running, J. S. Kimball, R. R. Nemani, K. J. Davis, P. V. Bolstad, B. D. Cook, A. R. Desai, D. M. Ricciuto, B. E. Law, W. C. Oechel, H. Kwon, H. Luo, S. C. Wofsy, A. L. Dunn, J. W. Munger, D. D. Baldocchi, L. Xu, D. Y. Hollinger, A. D. Richardson, P. C. Stoy, M. B. S. Siqueira, R. K. Monson, S. P. Burns and L. B. Flanagan.   Evaluation of remote sensing based terrestrial productivity from MODIS using regional tower eddy flux network observations.  IEEE Transactions in Geoscience and Remote Sensing 44(7):1908–1925.
  • Jacobus, L. M., R. L. Newell and W. P. McCafferty.   First adult and egg descriptions of Caudatella edmundsi (Ephmemeroptera: Ephemerellidae), from Montana (USA), with habitat observations.  Entomological News 117(2):175–180.
  • Kang, S., J. S. Kimball and S. W. Running.   Simulating effects of fire disturbance and climate change on boreal forest productivity and evapotranspiration.  Science of the Total Environment 362(1–3):85–102.
  • Kimball, J. S., K. C. MacDonald and M. Zhao.   Spring thaw and its effect on terrestrial vegetation productivity in the western Arctic observed from satellite microwave and optical remote sensing.  Earth Interactions, WALE Special Issue 10(21):1–22.
  • Kimball, J. S., M. Zhao, K. C. McDonald and S. W. Running.   Satellite remote sensing of terrestrial net primary production for the pan-Arctic Basin and Alaska.  Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change 11(4):783–804.
  • Lichatowich, J. A., W. E. McConnaha, W. J. Liss, J. A. Stanford and R. N. Williams.   Chapter 2: The Conceptual Foundation, pp. 29–50.  IN:  Williams, R. N. (ed.),  Return to the River:  Restoring Salmon to the Columbia River.  Elsevier Academic Press, Amsterdam.
  • Liss, W. J., J. A. Stanford, J. A. Lichatowich, R. N. Williams, C. C. Coutant, P. R. Mundy and R. R. Whitney.   Chapter 3: Developing a New Conceptual Foundation for Salmon Conservation, pp. 51–98.  IN:  Williams, R. N. (ed.),  Return to the River:  Restoring Salmon to the Columbia River.  Elsevier Academic Press, Amersterdam.
  • Poole, G. C., J. A. Stanford, S. W. Running and C. A. Frissell.   Multiscale geomorphic drivers of groundwater flow paths: subsurface hydrologic dynamics and hyporheic habitat diversity.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(2):288–303.
  • Stanford, J. A., C. A. Frissell and C. C. Coutant.   Chapter 5: The Status of Freshwater Habitats, pp. 173–248.  IN:  Williams, R. N. (ed.),  Return to the River:  Restoring Salmon to the Columbia River.  Elsevier Academic Press, Amsterdam.
  • Williams, R. N., J. A. Stanford, J. A. Lichatowich, W. J. Liss, C. C. Coutant, W. E. McConnaha, R. R. Whitney, P. R. Mundy, P. A. Bisson and M. A. Powell.   Return to the River: Strategies for Salmon Restoration in the Columbia River Basin, Chapter 13, pp. 629–666.  IN:  Williams, R. (ed.),  Return to the River:  Restoring Salmon Back to the Columbia River.  Elsevier Academic Press, Amsterdam.
  • Frolking, S., M. Fahnestock, T. Milliman, K. McDonald and J. Kimball.   Interannual variability in North American grassland biomass/productivity detected by SeaWinds scatterometer backscatter.  Geophysical Research Letters 32(L21409):1–5.
  • Johnson, A. N., B. R. Boer, W. W. Woessner, J. A. Stanford, G. C. Poole, S. A. Thomas and S. J. O'Daniel.   Evaluation of an inexpensive small-diameter temperature logger for documenting ground water-river interactions.  Ground Water Monitoring and Remediation 25(4):1–7.
  • Kang, S., S. W. Running, M. Zhao, J. S. Kimball and J. Glassy.   Improving continuity of MODIS terrestrial photosynthesis products using an interpolation scheme for cloudy pixels.  International Journal of Remote Sensing 26(8):1659–1676.
  • Lorang, M. S. and G. Aggett.   Potential sedimentation impacts related to dam removal: Icicle Creek, Washington, USA.  Geomorphology 71:182–201.
  • Lorang, M. S., D. C. Whited, F. R. Hauer, J. S. Kimball and J. A. Stanford.   Using airborne multispectral imagery to evaluate geomorphic work across floodplains of gravel-bed rivers.  Ecological Applications 15(4):1209–1222.
  • McDonald, K. and J. S. Kimball.   53: Estimation of surface freeze-thaw state using microwave sensors, pp. 1–15.  IN:  Anderson, M. G. (ed.),  Encyclopedia of Hydrological Sciences, 5-Volume Set.  John Wiley and Sons, Hoboken.
  • Morrison III, A. T., A. J. W. III and M. S. Lorang.   Waves and seiches in Flathead Lake, Montana: measurements of a quiet lake by differential travel-time current measurements.  MTS / IEEE / OES,  1421–1426 pp.
  • Morrison Iii, A. T., A. J. W. Iii and M. S. Lorang.   Waves and seiches in Flathead Lake, Montana: measurements of a quiet lake by differential travel-time current measurements, pp. 1421–1426.  IN:  OCEANS 2005 Americas, 17–23 September 2005.  MTS / IEEE / OES.
  • Pavlov, D. S., K. V. Kuzishchin, P. I. Kirillov, M. A. Gruzdeva, E. A. Maslova, A. Y. Mal'tsev, J. A. Stanford, K. A. Savvaitova and B. Ellis.   Downstream migration of juveniles of Kamchatka mykiss Parasalmo mykiss from tributaries of the Utkholok and Kol Rivers (Western Kamchatka).  Journal of Icthyology 45(Suppl. 2):S185–S198.
  • Rawlins, M. A., K. C. McDonald, S. Frolking, R. B. Lammers, M. Fahnestock, J. S. Kimball and C. J. Vörösmarty.   Remote sensing of snow thaw at the pan-Arctic scale using the SeaWinds scatterometer.  Journal of Hydrology 312:294–311.
  • Rodell, M., B. F. Chao, A. Y. Au, J. S. Kimball and K. C. McDonald.   Global biomass variation and its geodynamic effects: 1982–98.  Earth Interactions 9(Paper No. 2):1–19.
  • Running, S. W. and J. S. Kimball.   104: Satellite-based analysis of ecological controls for land-surface evaporation resistance, pp. 1–14.  IN:  Anderson, M. G. (ed.),  Encylopedia of Hydrological Sciences, 5-Volume Set.  John Wiley and Sons, Hoboken.
  • Stanford, J. A., F. R. Hauer, S. V. Gregory and E. B. Snyder.   The Columbia River, pp. 591–653.  IN:  Benke, A. C. and C. E. Cushing (eds.),  Rivers of North America.  Elsevier/Academic Press, Boston.
  • Stanford, J. A., M. S. Lorang and F. R. Hauer.   Plenary lecture: the shifting habitat mosaic of river ecosystems.  Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 29(1):123–136.
  • Beschta, R. L., J. J. Rhodes, J. B. Kauffman, R. E. Gresswell, G. W. Minshall, J. R. Karr, D. A. Perry, F. R. Hauer and C. A. Frissell.   Postfire management on forested public lands of the western United States.  Conservation Biology 18(4):957–967.
  • Entekhabi, D., E. G. Njoku, P. Houser, M. Spencer, T. Doiron, Y. Kim, J. Smith, R. Girard, S. Belair, W. Crow, T. J. Jackson, Y. H. Kerr, J. S. Kimball, R. Koster, K. C. McDonald, P. E. O'Neill, T. Pultz, S. W. Running, J. Shi, E. Wood and J. v. Zyl.   The Hydrosphere State (Hydros) Satellite Mission: An earth system pathfinder for global mapping of soil moisture and land freeze/thaw.  IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 42(10):2184–2195.
  • Gamon, J. A., F. F. Huemmrich, D. R. Peddle, J. Chen, D. Fuentes, F. G. Hall, J. S. Kimball, S. Goetz, J. Gu, K. C. McDonald, J. R. Miller, M. Moghaddam, A. F. Rahman, J.-L. Roujean, E. A. Smith, C. L. Walthall, P. Zarco-Tejada, B. Hu, R. Fernandes and J. Cihlar.   Remote sensing in BOREAS: Lessons learned.  Remote Sensing of Environment 89:139–162.
  • Hanson, P. J., J. S. Amthor, S. D. Wullschleger, K. B. Wilson, R. F. Grant, A. Hartley, D. Hui, E. R. H. Jr., D. W. Johnson, J. S. Kimball, A. W. King, Y. Luo, S. G. McNulty, G. Sun, P. E. Thornton, S. Wang, M. Williams, D. D. Baldocchi and R. M. Cushman.   Oak forest carbon and water simulations: Model intercomparisons and evaluations against independent data.  Ecological Monographs 74(3):443–489.
  • Harner, M. J., P. W. Ramsey and M. C. Rillig.   Protein accumulation and distribution in floodplain soils and river foam.  Ecology Letters 7:829–836.
  • Hauer, F. R. and M. S. Lorang.   River regulation, decline of ecological resources, and potential for restoration in a semi-arid lands river in the western USA.  Aquatic Sciences 66:1–14.
  • Kang, S., D. Lee and J. S. Kimball.   The effects of spatial aggregation of complex topography on hydroecological process simulations within a rugged forest landscape: development and application of a satellite-based topoclimatic model.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 34:519–530.
  • Karr, J. R., J. J. Rhodes, G. W. Minshall, F. R. Hauer, R. L. Beschta, C. A. Frissell and D. A. Perry.   The effects of postfire salvage logging on aquatic ecosystems in the American West.  BioScience 54(11):1029–1033.
  • Kimball, J. S., K. C. McDonald, S. Frolking and S. W. Running.   Radar remote sensing of the spring thaw transition across a boreal landscape.  Remote Sensing of Environment 89:163–175.
  • Kimball, J. S., K. C. McDonald, S. W. Running and S. E. Frolking.   Satellite radar remote sensing of seasonal growing seasons for boreal and subalpine evergreen forests.  Remote Sensing of Environment 90:243–259.
  • Kimball, J. S., M. Zhao, K. C. McDonald, F. A. Heinsch and S. W. Running.   Satellite observations of annual variability in terrestrial carbon cycles and seasonal growing seasons at high northern latitudes.  Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers (SPIE), Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.  244–254 pp.
  • McDonald, K. C., J. S. Kimball, E. Njoku, R. Zimmermann and M. Zhao.   Variability in springtime thaw in the terrestrial high latitudes: Monitoring a major control on the biospheric assimilation of atmospheric CO2 with spaceborne microwave remote sensing.  Earth Interactions 8(20):1–23.
  • McDonald, K. C., J. S. Kimball, M. Zhao, E. Njoku, R. Zimmermann and S. W. Running.   Spaceborne microwave remote sensing of seasonal freeze-thaw processes in the terrestrial high latitudes; relationships with land-atmosphere CO2 exchange.  Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.  167–189 pp.
  • McGuire, A. D., M. Apps, F. S. C. III, R. Dargaville, M. D. Flannigan, E. S. Kasischke, D. Kicklighter, J. Kimball, W. Kurz, D. J. Mcrae, K. McDonald, J. Melillo, R. Myneni, B. J. Stocks, D. L. Verbyla and Q. Zhuang.   Land cover disturbances and feedbacks to the climate system in Canada and Alaska, pp. 139–161.  IN:  Gutman, G., A. Janetos, C. Justice et al. (eds.),  Land Change Science: Observing, Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth's Surface.  Springer Verlag, Berlin.
  • Poole, G. C., J. A. Stanford, S. W. Running, C. A. Frissell, W. W. Woessner and B. K. Ellis.   A patch hierarchy approach to modeling surface and subsurface hydrology in complex flood-plain environments.  Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 29(10):1259–1284.
  • Stafford, C. P., B. Hansen and J. A. Stanford.   Mercury in fishes and their diet items from Flathead Lake, Montana.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:349–357.
  • Turner, D. P., S. V. Olligner and J. S. Kimball.   Integrating remote sensing and ecosystem process models for landscape- to regional-scale analysis of the carbon cycle.  BioScience 54(6):573–584.
  • Acker, S. A., S. V. Gregory, G. Lienkaemper, W. A. McKee, F. J. Swanson and S. D. Miller.   Composition, complexity, and tree mortality in riparian forests in the central Western Cascades of Oregon.  Forest Ecology and Management 173:293–308.
  • Baxter, C., F. R. Hauer and W. W. Woessner.   Measuring groundwater-stream water exchange: new techniques for installing minipiezometers and estimating hydraulic conductivity.  Transaction of the American Fisheries Society 132:493–502.
  • Berg, D. R., W. A. McKee and M. Maki.   Restoring riparian floodplain forests, pp. 248–290.  IN:  Montgomery, D., S. Bolton and D. Booth (eds.),  Restoration of Puget Sound Rivers.  Center for Water and Watershed Studies in association with University of Washington Press, Seattle.
  • Boon, P. J., G. M. Gíslason, P. S. Lake, B. K. Ellis, C. Frank and A. J. Boulton.   Competition for water: international case studies of river management and conflict resolution.  Verh.  Internat. Verein.  Limnol. 28(3):1581–1587.
  • Ellis, B. K., J. A. Stanford, J. A. Craft, D. W. Chess, F. R. Hauer and D. C. Whited.   Plankton communities of alpine and subalpine lakes in Glacier National Park, Montana, USA, 1984 - 1990.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 28(3):1542–1550.
  • Greenland, D., F. Bierlmaier, M. Harmon, J. Jones, W. A. McKee, J. Means, F. Swanson and C. Whitlock.   Climate variability and ecosystem response at the H. J. Andrews Long-Term Ecological Research site, pp. 393–410.  IN:  Greenland, D., D. G. Goodin and R. C. Smith (eds.),  Climate Variability and Ecosystem Response at Long-Term Ecological Research Sites.  Oxford University Press.
  • Harner, M. J. and J. A. Stanford.   Differences in cottonwood growth between a losing and a gaining reach of an alluvial flood plain.  Ecology 84(6):1453–1458.
  • Hauer, F. R., C. N. Dahm, G. A. Lamberti and J. A. Stanford.   Landscapes and ecological variability of rivers in North America: factors affecting restoration strategies, pp. 81–105.  IN:  Wissmar, R. C. and P. A. Bisson (eds.),  Strategies for Restoring River Ecosystems:  Sources of Variability and Uncertainty in Natural and Managed Systems.  American Fisheries Society, Bethesda.
  • Hauer, F. R., D. B. Fagre and J. A. Stanford.   Hydrologic processes and nutrient dynamics in a pristine mountain catchment.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 28(3):1490–1493.
  • Hitt, N. P., C. A. Frissell, C. C. Muhlfeld and F. W. Allendorf.   Spread of hybridization between native westslope cutthroat trout, Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi, and nonnative rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykissCanadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60:1440–1451.
  • Kang, S., S. Doh, d. Lee, D. Lee, F. L. Jin and J. S. Kimball.   Topographic and climatic controls on soil respiration in six temperate mixed-hardwood forest slopes, Korea.  Global Change Biology 9:1427–1437.
  • Lorang, M. S. and F. R. Hauer.   Flow competence and streambed stability: an evaluation of technique and application.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 22(4):475–491.
  • Poff, N. L., J. D. Allan, M. A. Palmer, D. D. Hart, B. D. Richter, A. H. Arthington, J. L. Meyer, K. H. Rogers and J. A. Stanford.   River flows and water wars:  Emerging science for environmental decision making.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1(6):298–306.
  • Savvaitova, K. A., K. V. Kuzishchin, M. A. Gruzdeva, D. S. Pavlov, J. A. Stanford and B. K. Ellis.   Long-term and short-term variation in the population structure of Kamchatka steelhead Parasalmo mykiss from rivers of western Kamchatka.  Journal of Ichthyology 43(9):757–768.
  • Snyder, E. B., C. P. Arango, D. J. Eitemiller, J. A. Stanford and M. L. Uebelacker.   Floodplain hydrologic connectivity and fisheries restoration in the Yakima River, USA.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 28(4):1653–1657.
  • Spencer, C. N., K. O. Gabel and F. R. Hauer.   Wildfire effects on stream food webs and nutrient dynamics in Glacier National Park, USA.  Forest Ecology and Management 178:141–153.
  • Stanford, J. A., N. J. Gayeski, D. S. Pavlov, K. A. Savvaitova and K. V. Kuzishchin.   Biophysical complexity of the Krutogorova River (Kamchatka, Russia).  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 28(3):1354–1361.
  • Whited, D. C., J. A. Stanford and J. S. Kimball.   Application of airborne multi-spectral digital imagery to characterize the riverine habitat.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 28(3):1373–1380.
  • Zimmerman, C. E., K. V. Kuzishchin, M. A. Gruzdeva, D. S. Pavlov, J. A. Stanford and K. A. Savvaitova.   Experimental determination of the life history strategy of the Kamchatka Mykizha Parasalmo mykiss (Walb) (Salmonidae, Salmoniformes) on the basis of analysis of the Sr/Ca ratio in otoliths [Original Russian text published in Doklady Akademii Nauk 389(2) 2003 pp. 274–278].  Doklady Biological Sciences 389(1–6):138–142.
  • Adams, S. B., C. A. Frissell and B. R. Rieman.   Changes in distribution of nonnative brook trout in an Idaho drainage over two decades.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131:561–568.
  • Bauer, B. O., M. S. Lorang and D. J. Sherman.   Estimating boat-wake-induced levee erosion using sediment suspension measurements.  Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Engineering 128(4):152–162.
  • Blem, C. R., L. B. Blem and P. J. Harmata.   Twine causes significant mortality in nestling ospreys.  The Wilson Bulletin 114(4):528–529.
  • Craft, J. A., J. A. Stanford and M. Pusch.   Microbial respiration within a floodplain aquifer of a large gravel-bed river.  Freshwater Biology 47(2):251–261.
  • Lorang, M. S.   Predicting the crest height of a gravel beach.  Geomorphology 48:87–101.
  • McDonald, K. C., R. Zimmermann and J. S. Kimball.   Diurnal and spacial variation of xylem dielectric constant in Norway Spruce (Picea abies [L] Karst) as related to microclimate, xylem sap flow, and xylem chemistry.  IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 40(9):2063–2082.
  • Pepin, D. M. and F. R. Hauer.   Benthic responses to groundwater-surface water exchange in two alluvial rivers in northwestern Montana.  Journal of North American Benthological Society 21(3):370–383.
  • Poole, G. C.   Fluvial landscape ecology: Addressing uniqueness within the river discontinuum.  Freshwater Biology 47(4):641–660.
  • Poole, G. C., J. A. Stanford, C. A. Frissell and S. W. Running.   Three-dimensional mapping of geomorphic controls on flood-plain hydrology and connectivity from aerial photos.  Geomorphology 48(4):329–347.
  • Stafford, C. P., J. A. Stanford, F. R. Hauer and E. B. Brothers.   Changes in lake trout growth associated with Mysis relicta establishment: A retrospective analysis using otoliths.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131(5):994–1003.
  • Stanford, J. A. and B. K. Ellis.   Natural and cultural influences on ecosystem processes in the Flathead River Basin (Montana, British Columbia), pp. 269–284.  IN:  Baron, J. S. (ed.),  Rocky Mountain Futures: An Ecological Perspective.  Island Press, Washington.
  • Stevenson, R. J. and F. R. Hauer.   Integrating Hydrogeomorphic and Index of Biotic Integrity approaches for environmental assessment of wetlands.  Journal of North American Benthological Society 21(3):502–513.
  • Tockner, K. and J. A. Stanford.   Riverine flood plains: present state and future trends.  Environmental Conservation 29(3):308–330.
  • Webster, J. R., J. A. Stanford, J. L. Chaffin and F. E. Class.   Large wood jam in a fourth-order Rocky Mountain stream.  Verh.  Internat. Verein.  Limnol. 28(1):93–96.
  • Whited, D. C., J. A. Stanford and J. S. Kimball.   Application of airborne multi-spectral digital imagery to characterize riverine habitats at different base flows.  River Research and Applications 18(6):583–594.
  • Adams, S. B. and C. A. Frissell.   Thermal habitat use and evidence of seasonal migration by Rocky Mountain tailed frogs, Ascaphus montanus, in Montana.  The Canadian Field–Naturalist 115:251–256.
  • Kimball, J. S., K. C. McDonald, A. R. Keyser and S. W. Running.   Application of the NASA scatterometer (NSCAT) for determining the daily frozen and nonfrozen landscape of Alaska.  Remote Sensing of Environment 75:113–126.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   Revisiting the serial discontinuity concept.  Regulated Rivers:  Research and Management 17(4–5):303–310.
  • Baxter, C. V. and F. R. Hauer.   Geomorphology, hyporheic exchange, and selection of spawning habitat by bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus).  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57:1470–1481.
  • Blem, C. R., L. B. Blem, J. Felix and J. vanGelder.   Rufous hummingbird sucrose preference: precision of selection varies with concentration.  The Condor 102(1):235–238.
  • Hauer, F. R.   Book Review: United Kingdom Floodplains R G Bailey, P V Jose and B R Sherwood (eds) (1998) Westbury Academic & Scientific Publishing, Smith Settle, Otley, West Yorkshire, 485 pp.  Freshwater Biology 45:99–101.
  • Hauer, F. R., J. A. Stanford, J. J. Giersch and W. H. Lowe.   Distribution and abundance patterns of macroinvertebrates in a mountain stream: an analysis along multiple environmental gradients.  Verh.  Internat. Verein.  Limnol. 27(3):1485–1488.
  • Hitt, N. P. and C. A. Frissell.   An evaluation of wilderness and aquatic biointegrity in Western Montana, pp. 138–142.  IN:  McCool, S. F., Cole, D. N., Borrie, W. T., O'Loughlin, J. (ed.),  Proceedings of the Wilderness science in a time of change conference—Volume 2: Wilderness within the context of larger systems; 1999 May 23–27; Missoula, MT.  U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Ogden, UT.
  • Kimball, J. S., A. R. Keyser, S. W. Running and S. S. Saatchi.   Regional assessment of boreal forest productivity using an ecological process model and remote sensing parameter maps.  Tree Physiology 20:761–775.
  • Lorang, M. S.   Predicting threshold entrainment mass for a boulder beach.  Journal of Coastal Research 16(2):432–445.
  • Trombulak, S. C. and C. A. Frissell.   Review of ecological effects of roads on terrestrial and aquatic communities.  Conservation Biology 14(1):18–30.
  • Ward, J. V., F. Malard, J. A. Stanford and T. Gonser.   Interstitial aquatic fauna of shallow unconsolidated sediments, particularly hyporheic biotopes, pp. 41–58.  IN:  Wilkens, H., D. C. Culver and W. F. Humphreys (eds.),  Ecosystems of the World 30:  Subterranean Ecosystems.  Elsevier, Amsterdam.
  • Welsh Jr, H. H., T. D. Roelofs and C. A. Frissell.   Aquatic ecosystems of the redwood region, pp. 165–199.  IN:  Noss, R. F. (ed.),  The Redwood Forest: History Ecology and Conservation of the Coast Redwoods.  Island Press, Washington.
  • Welsh Jr., H. H., T. D. Roelofs and C. A. Frissell.   Aquatic ecosystems of the redwood region, pp. 165–199.  IN:  Noss, R. F. (ed.),  The Redwood Forest:  History Ecology and Conservation of the Coast Redwoods.  Island Press, Washington.
  • Whited, D., S. Galatowitsch, J. R. Tester, K. Schik, R. Lehtinen and J. Husveth.   The importance of local and regional factors in predicting effective conservation Planning strategies for wetland bird communities in agricultural and urban landscapes.  Landscape and Urban Planning 49:49–65.
  • Baxter, C. V., C. A. Frissell and F. R. Hauer.   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.
  • Chess, D. W. and J. A. Stanford.   Experimental effects of temperature and prey asemblage on growth and lipid accumulation by Mysis relicta loven.  Hydrobiologia 412(1):155–164.
  • Fagre, D. B., C. H. Key, J. D. White, S. W. Running, F. R. Hauer, R. E. Keane and K. C. Ryan.   Ecosystem dynamics of the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA.  The Parthenon Publishing Group, Oxford, United Kingdom.  20–22 pp.
  • Fagre, D. B., C. H. Key, J. D. White, S. W. Running, F. R. Hauer, R. E. Keane and K. C. Ryan.   Ecosystem dynamics of the Northern Rocky Mountains, USA, pp. 20–22.  IN:  Price, M. F., T. H. Mather and E. C. Robertson (eds.),  Proceedings of European Conference on Environmental and Societal Change in Mountain Regions, 18-20 December 1997.  The Parthenon Publishing Group, Oxford, United Kingdom.
  • Frolking, S., K. McDonald, J. Kimball, R. Zimmermann, J. B. Way and S. W. Running.   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.
  • Hauer, F. R., G. C. Poole, J. T. Gangemi and C. V. Baxter.   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.
  • Independent Scientific, G., 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.   Return to the River: Scientific issues in the restoration of salmonid fishes in the Columbia River.  Fisheries Management 24(3):10–19.
  • 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.   Return to the River: Scientific issues in the restoration of salmonid fishes in the Columbia River.  Fisheries Management 24(3):10–19.
  • Kimball, J. S., S. W. Running and S. S. Saatchi.   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.
  • Lowe, W. H. and F. R. Hauer.   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.
  • Running, S. W., J. B. Way, K. McDonald, J. S. Kimball, S. Frolking, A. R. Keyser and R. Zimmerman.   Radar remote sensing proposed for monitoring freeze/thaw transitions in boreal regions.  Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 80(19):213, 220–221.
  • Shakarjian, M. J. and J. A. Stanford.   Impacts to river biota studied in Zion Narrows.  Park Science 19(1):12.
  • Spencer, C. N., D. S. Potter, R. T. Bukantis and J. A. Stanford.   Impact of predation by Mysis relicta on zooplankton in Flathead Lake, Montana, USA.  Journal of Plankton Research 21(1):51–64.
  • Wicklum, D.   Variation in horizontal zooplankton abundance in mountain lakes: shore avoidance or fish predation?  Journal of Plankton Research 21(10):1957–1975.
  • Wilson, J. P. and M. S. Lorang.   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.
  • Chess, D. W. and J. A. Stanford.   Comparative energetics and life cycle of the opossum shrimp (Mysis relicta) in native and non-native environments.  Freshwater Biology 40(4):783–794.
  • Ellis, B. K., J. A. Stanford and J. V. Ward.   Microbial assemblages and production in alluvial aquifers of the Flathead River, Montana, USA.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 17(4):382–402.
  • Hauer, F. R. and R. D. Smith.   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.
  • Hauer, F. R. and C. N. Spencer.   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.
  • Holmes, M. E. and G. C. Poole.   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.
  • Independent Scientific, G.   Return to the River: An ecological vision for the recovery of the Columbia River salmon.  Environmental Law 28:503–518.
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  • Jamieson, W. and V. H. Resh.   Biology of Tanychela pilosa (Hymemoptera: Ichneumonidae), a parasitoid of the aquatic moth Petrophila confusalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae).  Entomology News 109(5):329–338.
  • Marks, D., J. Kimball, D. Tingey and T. Link.   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.
  • Pusch, M., D. Fiebig, I. Brettar, H. Eisenmann, B. K. Ellis, L. A. Kaplan, M. A. Lock, M. W. Naegeli and W. Traunspurger.   The role of micro-organisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters.  Freshwater Biology 40(3):453–495.
  • Scrimgeour, G. J., D. Wicklum and S. D. Pruss.   Selection of an aquatic indicator species to monitor organic contaminants in trophically simple lotic food webs.  Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 35:565–572.
  • Spencer, C. N. and B. K. Ellis.   Role of nutrients and zooplankton in regulation of phytoplankton in Flathead Lake (Montana, USA), a large oligotrophic lake.  Freshwater Biology 39(4):755–763.
  • Stanford, J. A.   Rivers in the landscape: introduction to the special issue on riparian and groundwater ecology.  Freshwater Biology 40(3):402–406.
  • Stanford, J. A. and T. Gonser.   Special Issue Rivers in the Landscape: riparian and groundwater ecology.  Freshwater Biology 40(3):401–585.
  • Tabacchi, E., D. L. Correll, R. Hauer, G. Pinay, A.-M. Planty-Tabacchi and R. C. Wissmar.   Development, maintenance and role of riparian vegetation in the river landscape.  Freshwater Biology 40(3):497–516.
  • Tardiff, S. E. and J. A. Stanford.   Grizzly bear digging: effects on subalpine meadow plants in relation to mineral nitrogen availability.  Ecology 79(7):2219–2228.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   Changing perspectives in the ecology of regulated rivers.  Australian Soc. Limnol., Spec. Publ. 12:37–51.
  • Watson, P. J.   Multi-male mating and female choice increase offspring growth in the spider Neriene litigiosa (Linyphiidae).  Animal Behavior 55:387–403.
  • 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.   Prioritizing Pacific salmon stocks for conservation.  Conservation Biology 11(1):140–152.
  • Blem, C. R.   Lipid reserves of the eastern cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus) at the northern edge of its range.  Copeia 1:53–59.
  • Blem, C. R., L. B. Blem and C. C. Cosgrove.   Field studies of rufous hummingbird sucrose preference: does source height affect test results?  Journal of Field Ornithology 68(2):245–252.
  • 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.   The normative river: An ecological vision for the recovery of the Columbia River salmon.  American Society of Civil Engineers, Atlanta, Georgia.  50–59 pp.
  • 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.   The normative river: An ecological vision for the recovery of the Columbia River salmon, pp. 50–59.  IN:  Mahoney, D. J. (ed.),  Waterpower '97.  American Society of Civil Engineers, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Ebersole, J. L., W. J. Liss and C. A. Frissell.   Restoration of stream habitats in the western USA: restoration as reexpression of habitat capacity.  Environmental Management 21(1):1–14.
  • Fagre, D. B., P. L. Comanor, J. D. White, F. R. Hauer and S. W. Running.   Watershed responses to climate change at Glacier National Park.  Journal Amer. Water Res. Assoc. 33(4):755–765.
  • Frissell, C. A.   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.
  • Frissell, C. A., W. J. Liss, R. E. Gresswell, R. K. Nawa and J. L. Ebersole.   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.
  • 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.   Assessment of climate change and freshwater ecosystems of the Rocky Mountains, USA and Canada.  Hydrological Processes 11(8):903–924.
  • Poole, G., R. J. Naiman, J. Pastor and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Poole, G. C., C. A. Frissell and S. C. Ralph.   In-stream habitat unit classification: Inadequacies for monitoring and some consequences for management.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association 33(4):879–896.
  • Wicklum, D., D. E. C. Smith and R. W. Davies.   Mortality, preference, avoidance and activity of a predatory leech exposed to cadmium.  Arch. Environ. Contam. Toxicol. 32:178–183.
  • Wissmar, R. C., J. A. Stanford and B. K. Ellis.   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.
  • Collister, D. M. and D. Wicklum.   Intraspecific variation in Loggerhead Shrikes: sexual dimorphism and implication for subspecies classification.  The Auk 113(1):221–223.
  • Frissell, C. A. and D. Bayles.   Ecosystem management and the conservation of aquatic biodiversity and ecological integrity.  Water Resources Bulletin 32(2):229–240.
  • Frissell, C. A. and D. G. Lonzarich.   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.
  • Hauer, F. R. and W. R. Hill.   Temperature, light, and oxygen, pp. 93–106.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. R. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.).   Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Hauer, F. R. and V. H. Resh.   Benthic macroinvertebrates, pp. 339–369.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Imbert, J. B. and J. A. Stanford.   An ecological study of a regulated prairie stream in western Montana.  Regulated Rivers:  Research and Management 12(6):597–615.
  • Lohr, S. and J. Stanford.   A new horizon for biological field stations and marine laboratories.  TREE 11(5):228.
  • Stanford, J. A.   Landscapes and catchment basins, pp. 3–22.  IN:  Hauer, F. R. and G. A. Lamberti (eds.),  Methods in Stream Ecology.  Academic Press, San Diego.
  • Stanford, J. A. and G. C. Poole.   A protocol for ecosystem management.  Ecol. Soc. of America Ecological Applications 6(3):741–744.
  • Stanford, J. A., J. V. Ward, W. J. Liss, C. A. Frissell, R. N. Williams, J. A. Lichatowich and C. C. Coutant.   A general protocol for restoration of regulated rivers.  Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 12(4–5):391–413.
  • Wicklum, D. and R. W. Davies.   The effects of chronic cadmium stress on energy acquisition and alocation in a freshwater benthic invertebrate predator.  Aquatic Toxicology 35:237–252.
  • Blem, C. R. and L. B. Blem.   The eastern cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus) at the northern edge of its range.  Journal of Herpetology 29(3):391–398.
  • Butler, N. M.   Effects of sediment loading on food perception and ingestion by freshwater copepods.  Mar. Fresh. Behav. Physiol. 26:287–294.
  • Loken, B. R., C. N. Spencer and J. W. O. Granath.   Prevalence and transmission of cercariae causing schistosome dermatitis in Flathead Lake, Montana.  J. Parasitol. 81(4):646–649.
  • Naiman, R. J., J. J. Magnuson, D. M. McKnight and J. A. Stanford (eds.).   The Freshwater Imperative: A Research Agenda,  1st Edition.  Island Press, Washington.
  • Naiman, R. J., J. J. Magnuson, D. M. McKnight and J. A. Stanford.   The Freshwater Imperative: A Research Agenda.  Island Press Washington.
  • Naiman, R. J., J. J. Magnuson, D. M. McKnight, J. A. Stanford and J. R. Karr.   Freshwater ecosystems and their management: A national initiative.  Science 270(5236):584–585.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   Ecological connectivity in alluvial river ecosystems and its disruption by flow regulation.  Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 11(1):105–119.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   The serial discontinuity concept: extending the model to floodplain rivers.  Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 10(2–4):159–168.
  • Watson, P. J.   Dancing in the Dome: males are lured by food and sex into erotic contests and deadly brawls.  Natural History 104(3):40–43.
  • Butler, N. M.   Lipid storage in Diaptomus kenai (Copepoda; Calanoida): effects of inter- and intraspecific variation in food quality.  Hydrobiologia 274:9–16.
  • Gibert, J., D. L. Danielopol and J. A. Stanford.   Groundwater Ecology.  Academic Press, Inc., San Diego.
  • Gibert, J., J. A. Stanford, M. J. Dole-Oliver and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Gibert, J., J. A. Stanford, M.-J. Dole-Oliver and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Ralph, S. C., G. C. Poole, L. L. Conquest and R. J. Naiman.   Stream channel morphology and woody debris in logged and unlogged basins of western Washington.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 51:37–51.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. Gibert.   Conclusions and Perspective, pp. 543–547.  IN:  Gibert, J., D. Danielopol, J. A. Stanford (ed.),  Groundwater Ecology.  Academic Press, Inc., San Diego.
  • Stanford, J. A. and H. M. Valett.   Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Ground Water Ecology.  American Water Resources Association, Atlanta, Georgia.  390 pp.
  • Stanford, J. A. and H. M. Valett (eds.).   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and H. M. Valett.   Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Ground Water Ecology   IN:  Second International Conference on Ground Water Ecology, 27–30 March 1994.  American Water Resources Association, Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Stanford, J. A., J. V. Ward and B. K. Ellis.   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.
  • Ward, J. V., J. A. Stanford and N. J. Voelz.   Spatial distribution patterns of Crustacea in the floodplain aquifer of an alluvial river.  Hydrobiologia 287(1):11–17.
  • Watson, P. J. and J. R. B. Lighton.   Sexual selection and the energetics of copulatory courtship in the sierra dome spider, Linyphia litigiosaAnimal Behaviour 48:615–626.
  • Blem, C. R. and L. B. Blem.   Do swallows sunbathe to control ectoparasites? An experimental test.  The Condor 95(3):728–730.
  • Blem, C. R., L. B. Blem, J. H. Felix and D. W. Holt.   Estimation of body mass of voles from crania in short-eared owl pellets.  American Midland Naturalist 129(2):282–287.
  • Chess, D. W., F. Gibson, A. T. Scholz and R. J. White.   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.
  • DeBolt, A. and B. McCune.   Lichens of Glacier National Park, Montana.  The Bryologist 96(2):192–204.
  • Gwynne, D. T.   Food quality controls sexual selection in Mormon crickets by altering male mating investment.  Ecology 74(5):1406–1413.
  • Hauer, F. R.   Artificial streams for the study of macroinvertebrate growth and bioenergetics.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 12(4):333–337.
  • Jourdonnais, J. H. and F. R. Hauer.   Electrical frequency control and its effects on flow and river ecology in the lower Flathead River, Montana.  Rivers 4(2):132–145.
  • Leendertz, F. H.   Influence of logging on small mammal commmunities in Western Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 53.
  • Lorang, M. S., P. D. Komar and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Lorang, M. S. and J. A. Stanford.   Variability of shoreline erosion and accretion within a beach compartment of Flathead Lake, Montana.  Limnology and Oceanography 38(8):1783–1795.
  • Lorang, M. S., J. A. Stanford, F. R. Hauer and J. H. Jourdonnais.   Dissipative and reflective beaches in a large lake and the physical effects of lake level regulation.  Ocean and Coastal Management 19(3):263–287.
  • Marks, J. C. and R. L. Lowe.   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.
  • Nawa, R. K. and C. A. Frissell.   Measuring scour and fill of gravel streambeds with scour chains and sliding-bead monitors.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 13(3):634–639.
  • Spencer, C. and B. Loken.   Scratching for Answers.  Montana Outdoors 24(4):24–26.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   An ecosystem perspective of alluvial rivers: connectivity and the hyporheic corridor.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 12(1):48–60.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   Research needs in regulated river ecology.  Regulated Rivers:  Research and Management 8:205–209.
  • Watson, P. J.   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.
  • Benke, A. C., F. R. Hauer, D. L. Stites, J. L. Meyer and R. T. Edwards.   Growth of snag-dwelling mayflies in a blackwater river: The influence of temperature and food.  Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 125(1):63–81.
  • Blem, C. R. and L. B. Blem.   Some observations of sunbathing in swallows.  Journal of Field Ornithology 63(1):53–56.
  • Hall, C. A. S., J. A. Stanford and F. R. Hauer.   The distribution and abundance of organisms as a consequence of energy balances along multiple environmental gradients.  Oikos 65(3):377–390.
  • Plénet, S., P. Marmonier, J. Gibert, J. A. Stanford, A. Bodergat and C. M. Schmidt.   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.
  • Plénet, S., P. Marmonier, J. Gibert, J. A. Stanford, A. Bodergat and C. M. Schmidt.   Groundwater hazard evaluation: A perspective for the use of interstitial and benthic invertebrates as sentinel of aquifer metallic contamination, pp. 319–329.  IN:  Stanford, J. A. and J. J. Simons (eds.).  American Water Resources Association.
  • Stanford, J. A. and F. R. Hauer.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. J. Simons (eds.).   Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ground Water Ecology.  American Water Resources Association, Bethesda.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. J. Simons.   Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ground Water Ecology.  American Water Resources AssociationStanford, J.A., Bethesda.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   Emergent properties of ground water ecology: Conference conclusions and recommendations for research and management.  American Water Resources Association, Bethesda.  409–415 pp.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   Emergent properties of ground water ecology: Conference conclusions and recommendations for research and management, pp. 409–415.  IN:  Stanford, J. A. and J. J. Simons (eds.),  Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ground Water Ecology.  American Water Resources Association, Bethesda.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Dodds, W. K., J. C. Priscu and B. K. Ellis.   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.
  • Hauer, F. R. and A. C. Benke.   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.
  • Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.   Distribution and abundance of Trichoptera in a large regulated river.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24:1636–1639.
  • Lorang, M. S.   An artificial perched-gravel beach as a shore protection structure.  Seattle, Washington.  1916–1925 pp.
  • Reid, J. W., E. B. Reed, J. V. Ward, N. J. Voelz and J. A. Stanford.   Diacyclops languidoides (Lilljeborg, 1901) sl and Acanthocyclops montana, new species (Copepoda, Cyclopoida), from groundwater in Montana, USA.  Hydrobiologia 218:133–149.
  • Spencer, C. N. and F. R. Hauer.   Phosphorus and nitrogen dynamics in streams during a wildfire.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 10(1):24–30.
  • Spencer, C. N., B. R. McClelland and J. A. Stanford.   Shrimp stocking, salmon collapse and eagle displacement: Cascading interactions in the food web of a large aquatic ecosystem.  BioScience 41(1):14–21.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   Limnology of Lake Powell and the chemistry of the Colorado River.  National Academy Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico.  75–101 pp.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   Limnology of Lake Powell and the chemistry of the Colorado River, pp. 75–101.  IN:  Colorado River Ecology and Dam Management, 24–25 May 1991.  National Academy Press, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Varrelman, S. K. and C. N. Spencer.   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.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   Benthic faunal patterns along the longitudinal gradient of a Rocky Mountain river system.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 24(5):3087–3094.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   Research directions in stream ecology, pp. 121–132.  IN:  Menon, J. (ed.),  Advances in Ecology.  Council Sci. Res., Trivandrum.
  • Watson, P. J.   Multiple paternity and first mate sperm precedence in the sierra dome spider, Linyphia litigiosa Keyserling (Linyphiidae).  Animal Behavior 41:135–148.
  • Watson, P. J.   Multiple paternity as genetic bet-hedging in female sierra dome spiders, Linyphia litigiosa (Linyphiidae).  Animal Behavior 41:343–360.
  • Jourdonnais, J. H., J. A. Stanford, F. R. Hauer and C. A. S. Hall.   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.
  • McDowell, W. H., C. G. Sánchez, C. E. Asbury and C. R. R. Pérez.   Influence of sea salt aerosols and long range transport on precipitation chemistry at El Verde, Puerto Rico.  Atmospheric Environment 24A(11):2813–2821.
  • Ring, S. and J. A. Stanford.   Recent disturbance in the Flathead Lake (Montana) ecosystem: How does the osprey fare?  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 50:29–36.
  • Sedell, J. R., G. H. Reeves, F. R. Hauer, J. A. Stanford and C. P. Hawkins.   Role of refugia in recovery from disturbances: modern fragmented and disconnected river systems.  Environmental Management 14(5):711–724.
  • Spencer, C. N. and B. K. Ellis.   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.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   Ephemeroptera of the Gunnison River, Colorado, U.S.A, pp. 215–222.  IN:  Campbell, I. C. (ed.),  Mayflies and Stoneflies.  Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • Watson, P. J.   Female-enhanced male competition determines the first mate and principal sire in the spider Linyphia litigiosa (Linyphiidae).  Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 26:77–90.
  • Hall, C. A. S., J. H. Jourdonnais and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Hauer, F. R.   Organic matter transport and retention in a blackwater stream recovering from flow augmemntation and thermal discharge.  Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 4:371–380.
  • Hauer, F. R., J. A. Stanford and J. V. Ward.   Serial discontinuities in a Rocky Mountain river II Distribution and abundance of Trichoptera.  Regulated Rivers:  Research and Management 3(1):177–182.
  • Jeffers, J. and e. a. J. Stanford.   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.
  • Seastedt, T. R., M. V. Reddy and S. P. Cline.   Microarthropods in decaying wood from temperate coniferous and deciduous forests.  Pedobiologia 33:69–77.
  • Spencer, C. N. and D. L. King.   Role of light, carbon dioxide and nitrogen in regulation of buoyancy, growth and bloom formation of Anabaena flos-aquaeJournal of Plankton Research 11(2):283–296.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   Serial discontinuities in a Rocky Mountain river I Distribution and abundance of Plecoptera.  Regulated Rivers:  Research and Management 3(1):169–175.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   Riverine ecosystems: the influence of man on catchment dynamics and fish ecology.  Proceedings of the International Large River Symposium:56–64.
  • Benke, A. C., C. A. S. Hall, C. P. Hawkins, R. H. Lowe-McConnell, J. A. Stanford, K. Suberkropp and J. V. Ward.   Bioenergetic considerations in the analyses of stream ecosystems.  Journal of the North American Bethological Society 7(4):480–502.
  • Detwiler, R. P. and C. A. S. Hall.   Tropical forests and the global carbon cycle.  Science 239:42–47.
  • Ellis, B. K. and J. A. Stanford.   Nutrient subsidy in montane lakes: fluvial sediments versus volcanic ash.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23:327–340.
  • Ellis, B. K. and J. A. Stanford.   Phosphorus bioavailability of fluvial sediments determined by algal assays.  Hydrobiologia 160:9–18.
  • Hall, C. A. S.   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.
  • Hall, C. A. S.   What constitutes a good model and by whose criteria?  Ecological Modelling 43:125–127.
  • Jones, T. S. and V. H. Resh.   Movements of adult aquatic insects along a Montana (USA) springbrook.  Aquatic Insects 10(2):99–104.
  • Marnell, L. F.   Status of the westslope cutthroat trout in Glacier National Park, Montana.   61–70 pp.
  • McCune, B.   Ecological diversity in North American pines.  American Journal of Botany 75(3):353–368.
  • Muir, P. S. and T. V. Armentano.   Evaluating oxidant injury to foliage of Pinus ponderosa: a comparison of methods.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 18:498–505.
  • Poulton, B. C. and K. W. Stewart.   Aspects of flight behavior in Calineuria californica (Plecoptera: Perlidae) from a rocky mountain lake outlet system.  Entomological News 99(3):99.
  • 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.   Biotic and abiotic controls in river and stream communities.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 7:456–479.
  • Resh, V. H. and W. Jamieson.   Parasitism of the aquatic moth Petrophila confusalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) by the aquatic wasp Tanychela pilosa (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae).  Entomological News 99(44):185–188.
  • Spencer, C. N.   An inexpensive, deep-water limnocorral that compensates for wave action.  Freshwater Biology 20:273–278.
  • Stanford, J. A. and A. P. Covich.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and A. P. Covich.   Community Structure and Function in Temperate and Tropical Streams, Proceedings of a Symposium, pp. 261–529.  IN:  Stanford, J. A. and A. P. Covich (eds.),  24–28 April 1987.  North American Benthological Society, Flathead Lake Biological Station, The University of Montana.
  • Stanford, J. A., F. R. Hauer and J. V. Ward.   Serial discontinuity in a large river system.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 23:1114–1118.
  • Stanford, J. A. and G. W. Prescott.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   The hyporheic habitat of river ecosystems.  Nature 335(6185):64–66.
  • Crowder, L. B., R. W. Drenner, W. C. Kerfoot, D. J. McQueen, E. L. Mills, U. Sommer, C. N. Spencer and M. J. Vanni.   Food web interactions in lakes, pp. 141–160.  IN:  Carpenter, S. R. (ed.),  Complex Interactions in Lake Communities.  Springer Verlag., New York.
  • Hall, C. A. S.   Ecosystem ecologists are also conservation biologists.  Conservation Biology 1(3):263–264.
  • Hauer, F. R. and A. C. Benke.   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.
  • Kline, L. and B. McCune.   Factors influencing the distribution of Wolffia columbiana and Wolffia punctata (Lemnaceae).  Northwest Science 61(1):41–43.
  • Marnell, L. F., R. J. Behnke and F. W. Allendorf.   Genetic identification of cutthroat trout, Salmo clarki, in Glacier National Park, Montana.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 44:1830–1839.
  • Perry, S. A., W. B. Perry and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Spencer, C. N. and D. L. King.   Regulation of blue-green algal buoyancy and bloom formation by light, inorganic nitrogen, CO2, and trophic level interactions.  Hydrobiologia 144:183–192.
  • Valett, H. M. and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Hauer, F. R., N. L. Poff and P. L. Firth.   Leaf litter decomposition across broad thermal gradients in southeastern coastal plain streams and swamps.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 3(4):545–552.
  • Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.   Ecology and coexistence of two species of Brachycentrus (Trichoptera) in a Rocky Mountain river.  Canadian Journal of Zoology 64(7):1469–1474.
  • Marnell, L. F.   Impacts of hatchery stocks on wild fish populations.  American Fisheries Society, Lake Ozark, Missouri.  339–347 pp.
  • McCune, B.   Root competition in a low-elevation grand fir forest in Montana: a trenching experiment.  Northwest Science 60:52–54.
  • Perry, S. A., W. B. Perry and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Ward, J. V., H. J. Zimmermann and L. D. Cline.   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.
  • Watson, P. J.   Transmission of a female sex pheromone thwarted by males in the spider Linyphia litigiosa (Linyphiidae).  Science 233:219–221.
  • Gross, J. E., Z. Wang and B. A. Wunder.   Effects of food quality and energy needs: changes in gut morphology and capacity of Microtus ochrogasterJournal of Mammalogy 66(4):661–667.
  • Marnell, L. F.   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.
  • McCune, B. and T. F. H. Allen.   Forest dynamics in the Bitterroot Canyons, Montana.  Canadian Journal of Botany 63:377–383.
  • McCune, B. and T. F. H. Allen.   Will similar forests develop on similar sites?  Canadian Journal of Botany 63:367–376.
  • Muir, P. S. and J. E. Lotan.   Disturbance history and serotiny of Pinus contorta in western Montana.  Ecology 66(5):1658–1668.
  • Muir, P. S. and J. E. Lotan.   Serotiny and life history of Pinus contorta var latifoliaCanadian Journal of Botany 63:938–945.
  • Spencer, C. N., N. R. Kevern and T. M. Burton.   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.
  • Spencer, C. N. and D. L. King.   Interactions between light, NH4+, and CO2 in buoyancy regulation of Anabaena flos-aquae (Cyanophyceae).  Journal of Phycology 21:194–199.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Thorp, J. H., E. M. McEwan, M. F. Flynn and F. R. Hauer.   Invertebrate colonization of submerged wood in a cypress-tupelo swamp and blackwater stream.  American Midland Naturalist 113(1):56–68.
  • McCune, B.  Lichens with oceanic affinities in the Bitterroot Mountains of Montana and Idaho.  Bryologist 87(1):44–50.
  • Short, R. A., S. L. Smith, D. W. Guthrie and J. A. Stanford.   Leaf litter processing rates in four Texas streams.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 2(5):469–473.
  • Spencer, C. S. and D. L. King.   Role of fish in regulation of plant and animal communities in eutrophic ponds.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 41(12):1851–1855.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Antos, J. A., B. McCune and C. Bara.   The effect of fire on an ungrazed western Montana grassland.  American Midland Naturalist 110(2):354–364.
  • McCune, B.   Fire frequency reduced two orders of magnitude in the Bitterroot Canyons, Montana.  Canadian Journal of Forest Research 13:212–218.
  • Stanford, J. A.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Ellis, B. K. and J. A. Stanford.   Comparative photoheterotrophy, chemoheterotrophy and photolithotrophy in a eutrophic reservoir and an oligotrophic lake.  Limnology and Oceanography 27(3):440–454.
  • Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.   Bionomics of Dicosmoecus gilvipes (Trichoptera: Limnephilidae) in a large western montane river.  American Midland Naturalist 108(1):81–87.
  • Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.   Ecological responses of hydropsychid caddisflies to stream regulation.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 39(9):1235–1242.
  • Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.   Ecology and life histories of three net-spinning caddisfly species (Hydropsychidae: Hydropsyche) in the Flathead River, Montana.  Freshwater Invertebrate Biology 1(4):18–29.
  • McCune, B.   Howellia aquatilis Gray.  Madrono 29:123–124.
  • McCune, B.   Lichens of the Swan Valley, Montana.  Bryologist (85):13–21.
  • McCune, B. and J. A. Antos.   Epiphyte communities of the Swan Valley, Montana.  Bryologist 85(1):1–12.
  • Perry, W. B. and J. A. Stanford.   Algal growth stimulus by phosphorus in Flathead Lake, Montana, sediments.  Northwest Science 56(1):48–52.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   Thermal responses in the evolutionary ecology of aquatic insects.  Annual Review of Entomology 27:97–117.
  • Hauer, F. R. and J. A. Stanford.   Larval specialization and phenotypic variation in Arctopsyche grandis (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae).  Ecology 62(3):645–653.
  • McCune, B. and J. A. Antos.   Correlations between forest layers in the Swan Valley, Montana.  Ecology 62(5):1196–1204.
  • McCune, B. and J. A. Antos.   Diversity relationships of forest layers in the Swan Valley, Montana.  Bulletin of the Torrey Botanical Club 108(3):354–361.
  • Prete, P. J., T. L. Beitinger and J. A. Stanford.   Behavioral avoidance of acidic lakewater by bluegill, Lepomis macrochirus (Centrarchidae).  Southwestern Naturalist 26(4):433–436.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   Preliminary interpretations of the distribution of Hydropsychidae in a regulated river.  Dr. W. Junk Publishers, The Hague,  325–330 pp.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Boswell, J. T., W. B. Perry and J. A. Stanford.   Analysis of plankton dynamics in a southwestern USA reservoir using ATP assays.  Int. Rev. Gesamten Hydrobiol. 65(1):155–167.
  • Hauer, F. R., E. G. Zimmerman and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Perry, W. B., J. T. Boswell and J. A. Stanford.   Critical problems with extraction of ATP for bioluminescence assay of plankton biomass.  Hydrobiologia 65(2):155–163.
  • Stanford, J. A.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and J. V. Ward.   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.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   The Ecology of Regulated Streams.  Plenum Press, New York.
  • Ward, J. V. and J. A. Stanford.   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.
  • Newell, R. L., D. L. Andersen and D. A. Hanzel.   Bottom fauna as an indicator of lake typology in Flathead Lake, Montana.  Northwest Science 52(2):119–126.
  • Prescott, G. W.   How to Know the Freshwater Algae,  3rd edition.  Wm. C. Brown Company, Dubuque.
  • Sams, B. L., J. K. G. Silvey and J. A. Stanford.   Comparative chemistry of a cooling reservoir and its water source.  Journal Water Pollution Control Federation February 1978:193–202.
  • Stuart, T. J. and J. A. Stanford.   A case of thermal pollution limited primary productivity in a southwestern USA reservoir.  Hydrobiologia 58(3):199–211.
  • Cooke, W. B.   Fungi in streams, lakes, adjacent soils, and sewage treatment systems in the Flathead River Basin, Montana.  Northwest Science 51(3):172–182.
  • McCune, B.   Vegetation development on a low elevation talus slope in western Montana.  Northwest Science 51(3):198–207.
  • Potter, D. S. and J. F. Tibbs.   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.
  • Stanford, J. A. and D. S. Potter.   Limnology of the Flathead Lake-River Ecosystem, Montana: A perspective.  Ecological Society of America, Eastern Washington State College Press, Cheney.  241–252 pp.
  • Hammer, W. P. and R. B. Brunson.   Fluoride accumulation in the land snail Oreohelix subrudis from western Montana.  Nautilus 89(3):65–68.
  • Potter, D. S. and J. A. Stanford.   Influences on the plankton communities of oligotrophic Flathead Lake.  Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 19:1790–1797.
  • Stanford, J. A. and A. R. Gaufin.   Hyporheic communities of two Montana Rivers.  Science 185(4152):700–702.
  • Stanford, J. A. and E. B. Reed.   A basket sampling technique for quantifying riverine macrobenthos.  Water Resources Bulletin 10(3):470–477.
  • Stanford, J. A.   A centrifuge method for determining live weights of aquatic insect larvae, with a note on weight loss in preservative.  Ecology 54(2):449–451.
  • Gaufin, A. R., W. E. Ricker, M. Miner, P. Milam and R. A. Hays.   The stoneflies (Plecoptera) of Montana.  Transaction of the American Entomological Society 98:1–161.
  • Nebeker, A. V. and A. R. Gaufin.   The winter stoneflies of the Rocky Mountains (Plecoptera, Capniidae).  Transactions of the American Entomological Society 94:1–24.
  • Brunson, R. B. and R. H. Russell.   Radiodiscus, new to Molluscan fauna of Montana.  Nautilus 81(1):18–22.
  • Russell, R. H.   A new subspecies of Lymnaea stagnalis from Montana.  Nautilus 80(4):124–126.
  • Russell, R. H. and R. B. Brunson.   Acroloxus coloradensis from Montana.  Nautilus:33.
  • Russell, R. H. and R. B. Brunson.   A check-list of molluscs of Glacier National Park, Montana.  Sterkiana 26:1–5.
  • Brunson, R. B.   Zoogeography of mollusca of western Montana.  American Malacological Union Annual Report:43.
  • Preece, S.   Iris pseudacorus in Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 24:1–4.
  • Teberg, E. K.   An extension into Montana of the known range of the salamander Plethoden vandykei IdahoensisHerpetologica 19(4):287.
  • Baldwin, P. H. and W. F. Hunter.   Nesting and nest visitors of the Vaux's swift in Montana.  Auk 80:81–85.
  • Choate, T. S.   Habitat and population dynamics of white-tailed ptarmigan in Montana.  Journal of Wildlife Management 27:684–699.
  • Solberg, R. A.   The Montana State University Biological Station.  American Zoologist 3(3).
  • Hoffman, R. S. and R. L. Hand.   Additional notes on Montana birds.  Murrelet 43:29–35.
  • Hunter, W. F. and P. H. Baldwin.   Nesting of the black swift in Montana.  Wilson Bulletin 74:409–416.
  • Pengelly, L. W.   The art of social conservation.  Pingree Park, Colorado.
  • Pengelly, L. W.   The art of social conservation   IN:  7th Annual Conf. of Plains & Rocky Mtn. Sections of the Wildlife Society, 27 August 1962, Pingree Park, Colorado.
  • Hoffman, R. S., R. D. Taber, T. J. Minlos and S. A. Bamberg.   Alpine ecosystems of northern Rocky Mountains.  Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 42:140.
  • Hoffman, R. S. and R. D. Taber.   Notes on Sorex in the northern Rocky Mountain alpine zone.  Journal of Mammalogy 41:230–234.
  • Cummins, G. B.   Observations of the life cycles of some West American rust fungi.  Plant Disease Reporter 43(3):411–412.
  • Kempner, T.   Notes on the breeding cycle of the red crossbill (Loxia curvirostra) in Montana.  Auk 76:181–189.
  • Solheim, W. G. and G. B. Cummins.   Mycoflora Saximontanensis exsiccata Centum IX.  University of Wyoming Publications 23(3):23–37.
  • Baldwin, P. H.   Overwintering of woodpeckers in bark beetle-infested spruce-fir forests of Colorado.
  • Baldwin, P. H.   Overwintering of woodpeckers in bark beetle-infested spruce-fir forests of Colorado   IN.
  • Cummins, G. B. and H. C. Greene.   A synopsis of the Uredinales which parasitize grasses of the genera Stipa and Nasella.  Mycologia 50(1):6–36.
  • Brunson, R. B. and D. G. Block.   The first report of the white sturgeon from Flathead Lake, Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 17:61–62.
  • Cummins, G. B. and W. G. Solheim.   Mycoflora Saximontanensis Exsiccata.  University of Wyoming Publication 21(5):156–167.
  • Vinyard, W. C.   Algae of Glacier National Park, Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 17:49–53.
  • Baldwin, P. H.   Breeding record of Brewer sparrow in Northwestern Montana.  Wilson Bulletin 68(3):251.
  • Brunson, R. B.   The mystery of Discus brunsoniNautilus 70(1):16–21.
  • Geis, M. B.   Productivity of Canada Geese in the Flathead Valley, Montana.  Journal of Wildlife Management 20(4):409–149.
  • Melwaldt, L. R.   Nesting behavior of the Clark nutcracker.  Condor 54(1):3–23.
  • Potter, L. F. and G. E. Baker.   The microbiology of Flathead and Rogers Lakes, Montana I Preliminary survey of the microbial populations.  Ecology 37(2):351–355.
  • Bailey, V. L. and H. E. Bailey.   A guide to the flowering plants and ferns of the western national parks.  American Midland Naturalist 54(1):1–32.
  • Brunson, R. B.   A check list of the amphibians and reptiles of Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 15:27–29.
  • Cock, D. R.   A new species of Athienemannia from western North America (Acarina, Athienemanniidae).  Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 57(6):306–308.
  • Cook, D. R.   A new species of Athienemannia from Western North America (Acarina, Athienemanniidae).  Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 57(6):306–308.
  • Lechleitner, R. R.   Mammals of Glacier National Park.  Bulletin of the Glacier Natural History Association 6:1–92.
  • Newby, F. E. and P. L. Wright.   Distribution and status of the wolverine in Montana.  Journal of Mammalogy 36:248–253.
  • Prescott, G. W.   The fresh-water algae of Montana I New species of Chaetophoraceae.  Hydrobiologia 7(1–2):52–59.
  • Senger, C. M.   Observations on cestodes of the genus Hymenolepsis in North American shrews.  Journal of Parasitology 41(2):167–170.
  • Weisel, G. W.   Three new intergeneric hybrids of Cyprinid fishes from western Montana.  American Midland Naturalist 53(2):396–411.
  • Wright, P. L. and R. Rausch.   Reproduction in the Wolverine (Gulo gulo).  Journal of Mammalogy 36:346–355.
  • Davis, D. E.   The breeding biology of Hammond's flycatcher.  Auk 71:164–171.
  • Harvey, L. H.   Additions to the flora of Glacier National Park, Montana.  Proceedings of the Montana Academy of Sciences 14:23–24.
  • Pilsbry, H. A. and R. B. Brunson.   The Idaho-Montana slug Magnipelta (Arionidae).  Notulae Naturae of the Acad. of Nat. Sci. of Phil. 262:1–6.
  • Weisel, G. W.   A rediscovered cyprinid hybrid from Western Montana Mylocheilus caurinum x Richardsonius balteatus balteatusCopeia 4:278–282.
  • Lauff, G. H.   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.
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