Scientific rigor is critical to building trust in the stewardship measures we recommend. Peer-reviewed publication of our freshwater research, environmental education, and watershed restoration activities is a fundamental communication tool. Please note: items published prior to an individual’s affiliation with Stroud Water Research Center are not included in the list below but are shown in the publications list on the individual’s profile page (see staff directory).

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Planktonic eukaryotes in the Chesapeake Bay: Contrasting responses of abundant and rare taxa to estuarine gradients

Hualong, W., F. Liu, M. Wang, Y. Bettarel, Y. Eissler, F. Chen, and J. Kan. 2024. Microbiology Spectrum, early online access.

Agricultural soil microbiomes differentiate in soil profiles with fertility source, tillage, and cover crops

Bier, R.L., M. Daniels, D. Oviedo-Vargas, M. Peipoch, J.R. Price, E. Omondi, A. Smith, and J. Kan. 2024. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, early online access.

Variation in freshwater insect osmoregulatory traits: A comparative approach

Cochran, J.K., S.E. Orr, D.H. Funk, A.C. Figurskey, M.H. Reiskind, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2024. Ecological and Evolutionary Physiology, early online access.

Riparian groundwater nitrogen (N) isotopes reveal human imprints of dams and road salt salinization

Inamdar, S., M. Peipoch, M. Sena, B, Joshi, M.M. Rahman, J. Kan, E.K. Peck, A. Gold, T.L.E. Trammell, and P.M. Groffman. 2024. Geophysical Research Letters 51(5): e2023GL106888.

Agricultural practices influence soil microbiome assembly and interactions at different depths identified by machine learning

Mo, Y., R. Bier, X. Li, M. Daniels, A. Smith, and J. Kan2024. Microbiome, early online access.

Delaware River Watershed Initiative Pollution Assessment: Stage 2 Project Report

Aufdenkampe, A.K., D.B. Arscott, B. Evans, L. Perez. 2024. Stroud Water Research Center Report #2024-001.

Achieving success with RISE: A widely implementable, iterative, structured process for mastering interdisciplinary team science collaborations

Mather, M.E., G. Granco, J.S. Bergtold, M.M. Caldas, J.L. Heier Stamm, A.Y. Sheshukov, M.R. Sanderson, and M.D. Daniels. 2023. BioScience, biad097.

Depth shapes microbiome assembly and network stability in the Mariana Trench

Li, Y., J. Kan, F. Liu, K. Lian, Y. Liang, H. Shao, A. McMinn, H. Wang, and M. Wang. 2023. Microbiology Spectrum, e02110-23.

Back from the past? Assessment of nitrogen removal ability of buried historic wetland soils before and after a 1-year incubation on a restored floodplain

Peck, E.K., S. Inamdar, J. Kan, M. Peipoch, A.J. Gold, D.J. Merritts, R.C. Walter, E.G. Hyland, K.W. Wegmann, A.M. Yaculak, and M.M. Rahman. 2023. Restoration Ecology: e14070.

Watershed sediment cannot offset sea level rise in most U.S. tidal wetlands

Ensign, S.H., J.N. Halls, and E.K. Peck. 2023. Science 382(6675): 1191–1195.

Sediment-nitrogen (N) connectivity: Suspended sediments in streams as N exporters and reactors for denitrification and assimilatory N uptake during storms

Bisesh, J., E. Bacmeister, E. Peck, M. Peipoch, J. Kan, and S. Inamdar. 2023. Frontiers in Water 5:1254225.

A new metric for sunlight exposure in rivers, lakes, and oceans

Gardner, J.R., M.W. Doyle, S.H. Ensign, and D.M. Kahler. 2023. Limnology and Oceanography Letters 9(2): 128–134.

Spatial scale impacts microbial community composition and distribution within and across stream ecosystems in North and Central America

Bier, R.L., J.J. Mosher, L.A. Kaplan, and J. Kan. 2023. Environmental Microbiology 25(10): 1860–1874.

Facilitation strength across environmental and beneficiary trait gradients in stream communities

Tumolo, B.B., L.K. Albertson, M.D. Daniels, W.F. Cross, L.L. Sklar. 2023. Journal of Animal Ecology 92(10): 2005–2015.

Mill dams impact microbiome structure and depth distribution in riparian sediments

Kan, J., E.K. Peck, L. Zgleszewski, M. Peipoch, and S. Inamdar. 2023. Frontiers in Microbiology 14: 1161043.

Resource modification by ecosystem engineers generates hotspots of stream community assembly and ecosystem function

Tumolo, B.B., L.K. Albertson, W.F. Cross, G.C. Poole, G. Davenport, M.D. Daniels, and L.S. Sklar. 2023. Ecology 104(6): e4052.

Hydrologic implications of projected changes in rain-on-snow melt for Great Lakes Basin watersheds

Myers, D.T., D.L. Ficklin, and S.M. Robeson. 2023. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 27(9): 1755–1770.

Atlantic Coast rivers of the northeastern United States

Jackson, J.K., S.A. Entrekin, H.S. Greig, A.H. Roy. 2023. Pages 21–67 in M. Delong, T. Jardine, A. Benke, C. Cushing (editors), Rivers of North America. 2nd Ed. Elsevier, New York.

Influence of relict milldams on riparian sediment biogeochemistry

Peck, E.K., S.P. Inamdar, M. Peipoch, and A.J. Gold. 2023. Journal of Soils and Sediments 23: 2584–2599..

Influence of the 2021 Brood X cicada emergence on near surface hydrology in forested and urban landscapes

Ficklin, D., C. Kelleher, E.V. Bergan, D.T. Myers, S. Adelsperger, and E. Hardman. 2023. Hydrological Processes 37(2): e14822.

Arsenic and mercury distribution in an aquatic food chain: importance of femtoplankton and picoplankton filtration fractions

Alowaifeer, A.M., S. Clingenpeel, J. Kan, P.E. Bigelow, M. Yoshinaga, B. Bothner, and T.R. McDermott. 2023. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 42(1): 225–241.

Saturated, suffocated, and salty: human legacies produce hot spots of nitrogen in riparian zones

Inamdar, S.P., E.K. Peck, M. Peipoch, A.J. Gold, 2022. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 127 (12): e2022JG007138.

Deciphering the diversity and distribution of chromophytic phytoplankton in the Bohai Sea and the Yellow Sea via RuBisCO genes (rbcL)

Pujariabe, L., J. Kan, Y. Xin, G. Zhang, M.A. Noman, S. Nilajkar, and J. Sun. 2022. Marine Pollution Bulletin 184: 114193.

Respiration regimes in rivers: partitioning source-specific respiration from metabolism time series

Bertuzzo, E., E.R. Hotchkiss, A. Argerich, J.S. Kominoski, D. Oviedo-Vargas, P. Savoy, R. Scarlett, D. von Schiller, and J.B. Heffernan. 2022. Limnology and Oceanography 67(11): 2374–2388.

Stream nitrogen uptake associated with suspended sediments: a microcosm study

Bacmeister, E., E. Peck, S. Bernasconi, S. Inamdar, J. Kan, and M. Peipoch. 2022. Frontiers in Environmental Science 10: 1043638.

Nitrogen sinks or sources? Denitrification and nitrogen removal potential in riparian legacy sediment terraces affected by milldams

Peck, E.K., S. Inamdar, M. Sherman, J. Hripto, M. Peipoch, A.J. Gold, and K. Addy. 2022. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 127(10): e2022JG007004.

Backed-up, saturated, and stagnant: effect of milldams on upstream riparian groundwater hydrologic and mixing regimes

Sherman, M., J. Hripto, E.K. Peck, A.J. Gold, M. Peipoch, P. Imhoff, and S. Inamdar. 2022. Water Resources Research 58(10): e2022WR033038.

Effects of relic low-head dams on stream denitrification potential: seasonality and biogeochemical controls

Hripto, J., S. Inamdar, M. Sherman, E. Peck, A.J. Gold, S. Bernasconi, K. Addy, and M. Peipoch. 2022. Aquatic Sciences 84: 60.

Convergence of biofilm successional trajectories initiated during contrasting seasons

Wang, J., M. Peipoch, X. Guo, and J. Kan. 2022. Frontiers in Microbiology 13: 991816.

A global synthesis of human impacts on the multifunctionality of streams and rivers

Brauns, M., D.C. Allen, I.G. Boëchat, W.F. Cross, V. Ferreira, D. Graeber, C.J. Patrick, M. Peipoch, D. von Schiller, and B. Gücker. 2022. Global Change Biology 28(16): 4783–4793.

Partitioning inorganic carbon fluxes from paired O2–CO2 gas measurements in a neotropical headwater stream, Costa Rica

Marzolf, N.S., G.E. Small, D. Oviedo-Vargas, C.N. Ganong, J.H. Duff, A. Ramírez, C.M. Pringle, D.P. Genereux, and M. Ardón. 2022. Biogeochemistry 160: 259–273.

Biophysical heterogeneity, hydrologic connectivity, and productivity of a montane floodplain forest

Peipoch, M., P.B. Davis, and H.M. Valett. 2022. Ecosystems 26: 510–526.

Protecting our WATERS: a 5E lesson sequence derived from a National Science Foundation- funded middle school watershed sustainability curriculum

Krauss, Z., D. Kline, N.I. Marcum-Dietrich, C. Stunkard, S. Kerlin, and C. Staudt. 2022. Science Activities 59(2):97–105.

Metabolism and soil water viscosity control diel patterns of nitrate and DOC in a low order temperate stream

Oviedo-Vargas, D., M. Peipoch, and C. Dow. 2022. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 127(5): e2021JG006640.

Deciphering the origin of riverine phytoplankton using in situ chlorophyll sensors

Peipoch, M., and S. Ensign. 2022. Limnology and Oceanography Letters 7(2): 159–166.

Beyond the light effect: how hydrologic and geomorphologic stream features control microbial distribution across pool sequences in a temperate headwater stream

Ouellet V., M.D. Daniels, M. Peipoch, L. Zgleszewski, N. Watson, E. Gibson, S. Krause, and J. Kan. 2022. Ecohydrology 15(2): e2380

Delaware River Watershed Initiative Pollution Assessment: Stage 1 Project Report

Aufdenkampe, A.K., D.B. Arscott, B. Evans, and L. Perez. 2021. Stroud Water Research Center Report #2022-003.

Local environment and individuals’ beliefs: the dynamics shaping public support for sustainability policy in an agricultural landscape

Granco, G., M. Caldas, J. Bergtold, J.L. Heier Stamm, M. Mather, M. Sanderson, M. Daniels, A. Sheshukov, D. Haukos,and S. Ramsey. 2022. Journal of Environmental Management 301: 113776.

Dynamics of bacterial communities during a seasonal hypoxia at the Bohai Sea: Coupling and response between abundant and rare populations

Wu, C., J. Kan, D.D. Narale, K. Liu, and J. Sun. 2022. Journal of Environmental Sciences 111: 324–329.

Spatial variability in streambed microbial community structure across two watersheds

Akinwole, P., J. Kan, L.A. Kaplan, and R.H. Findlay. 2021. Microbiology Spectrum 9(3) e01972-21.

Epiphytic bacteria are essential for the production and transformation of algae-derived carboxyl-rich alicyclic molecule (CRAM)-like DOM

Liu, Y., J. Kan, C. He, Q. Shi, Y. Liu, Z. Fan, J. Sun. 2021. Microbiology Spectrum9(2): e01531-21.

Model My Watershed: an investigation into the role of big data, technology, and models in promoting student interest in watershed action

Marcum-Dietrich, N., S. Kerlin, A. Hendrix, N. Sorhagen, C. Staudt, and Z. Krauss. 2021. The Journal of Environmental Education 52(4).

Achieving equilibrium as a semi-alluvial channel: anthropogenic, bedrock, and colluvial controls on the White Clay Creek, PA, USA

Bodek, S., J.E. Pizzuto, K.E. McCarthy, and R.A. Affinito. 2021. Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 126(10): e2020JF005920.

Partitioning inorganic carbon fluxes from paired O2 – CO2 gas measurements in a neotropical headwater stream, Costa Rica

Marzolf, N.S, G.E. Small, D. Oviedo-Vargas, C.N. Ganong, J.H. Duff, A. Ramírez, C.M. Pringle, D.P. Genereux, and M. Ardón. 2021. Biogeochemistry, early online access.

Draining the landscape: how do nitrogen concentrations in riparian groundwater and stream water change following milldam removal?

Lewis, E., S. Inamdar, A.J. Gold, K. Addy, T.L.E. Trammell, D. Merritts, M. Peipoch, P.M. Groffman, J. Hripto, M. Sherman, J. Kan, R. Walter, and E. Peck. 2021. Journal of Geophysical Research Biogeosciences 126(8), e2021JG006444.

A case study of the effects of a school outdoor learning initiative — spring 2021

Kerlin, S., and N. Marcum-Dietrich. 2021. Report from Stroud Water Research Center.

Urbanization pressures alter tree rhizosphere microbiomes

Rosier, C.L., S.W. Polson, V. D’Amico, J. Kan, and T.L.E. Trammell. 2021. Science Reports 11, 9447.

Distribution of chromophytic phytoplankton in the eddy-induced upwelling region of the West Pacific Ocean revealed using rbcL genes

Pujari, L., D. Narale, J. Kan, C. Wu, G. Zhang, C. Ding, L. Li, and J. Sun. 2021. Frontiers in Microbiology 12: 596015.

Uncharted WATERS: sustaining a meaningful student teaching experience amidst a global pandemic via an online STEM curriculum

Marcum-Dietrich, N.I., C. Stunkard, Z. Krauss, and S. Kerlin. 2021. Current Issues in Middle Level Education 25(2): article 3.

Elucidating stream bacteria utilizing terrestrial dissolved organic matter

Akinwole, P., L. Kaplan, and R. Findlay. 2021. World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 37, article 32.

Oxygen limitation fails to explain upper chronic thermal limits and the temperature size rule in mayflies

Funk, D.H., B.W. Sweeney, and J.K. Jackson. 2021. Journal of Experimental Biology 224:jeb.233338.

Ghosts of landuse past: legacy effects of milldams for riparian nitrogen (N) processing and water quality functions

Inamdar, S., M. Peipoch, A. Gold, E. Lewis, J. Hripto, M. Sherman, K. Addy, D. Merritts, J. Kan, et al. 2021. Environmental Research Letters 16: 035016.

Effect of decreasing biological lability on dissolved organic matter dynamics in streams

Li, A., J.D. Drummond, J.C. Bowen, R.M. Cory, L.A. Kaplan, and A.I. Packman. 2020. Water Resources Research 57(2): e2020WR027918.

Ecosystem-based management for military training, biodiversity, carbon storage, and climate resiliency on a complex coastal land/water-scape

Christensen, N.L., P.A. Cunningham, K. Matthews, I.C. Anderson, M.J. Brush, S. Cohen, C.A. Currin, S. Ensign et al. 2020. Journal of Environmental Management 280: 111755.

Spatial and temporal variations of bacterioplankton in the Chesapeake Bay: a re‐examination with high‐throughput sequencing analysis

Wang, H., C. Zhang, F. Chen, and J. Kan. 2020. Limnology and Oceanography 65(12):3032-3045.

Transcriptomic and life history responses of the mayfly Neocloeon triangulifer to chronic diel thermal challenge

Hsuan C., D.D. Jima, D.H. Funk, J.K. Jackson, B.W. Sweeney, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2020. Nature Scientific Reports 10:19119.

Distinct distribution of Archaea from soil to freshwater to estuary: implications of archaeal composition and function in different environments

Wang, H., R.L. Bier, L. Zgleszewski, M. Peipoch, E. Omondi, A. Mukherjee, F. Chen, C. Zhang, and J. Kan. 2020. Frontier in Microbiology 11:576661.

Swimming through the urban heat island: can thermal mitigation practices reduce the stress?

Timm, A., V. Ouellet, and M. Daniels. 2020. River Research and Applications 36(10): 1973-1984.

Stream restoration for legacy sediments at Gramies Run, Maryland: early lessons from implementation, water quality monitoring, and soil health

Mattern, K., A. Lutgen, N. Sienkiewicz, G. Jiang , J. Kan, M. Peipoch, and S. Inamdar. 2020. Water 12(8):2164.

Streambank legacy sediment contributions to suspended sediment‐bound nutrient yields from a Mid‐Atlantic, Piedmont watershed

Jiang, G., A. Lutgen, K. Mattern, N. Sienkiewicz, J. Kan, and S. Inamdar. 2020. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 56(5):820–841.

Streambank legacy sediments in surface waters: phosphorus sources or sinks?

Inamdar, S., N. Sienkiewicz, A. Lutgen, G. Jiang, and J. Kan. 2020. Soil Systems 4(2):30.

Nutrients and heavy metals in legacy sediments: concentrations, comparisons with upland soils, and implications for water quality

Lutgen A., G. Jiang, N. Sienkiewicz, K. Mattern, J. Kan, and S. Inamdar. 2020. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 56(4): 669–691.

Bacterial communities and nitrogen transformation genes in streambank legacy sediments and implications for biogeochemical processing

Sienkiewicz, N., R.L. Bier, J. Wang, L. Zgleszewski, A. Lutgen, G. Jiang, K. Mattern, S. Inamdar, and J. Kan. 2020. Biogeochemistry 148:271–290.

Space colonization by branching trachea explains the morphospace of a simple respiratory organ

Ruiz-Sobrino, A., C.A. Martín-Blanco, T. Navarro, I. Almudi, G. Masiero, M. Jimenez-Caballero, D.B. Buchwalter, D.H. Funk, J.L. Gattolliat, M.C. Lemos, F. Jiménez, and F. Casares. 2020. Developmental Biology 462(1): 50–59.

Evaluating water quality for Amazonian streams along the Interoceanic Highway in Peru using macroinvertebrates collected by hand and with leaf packs

Sweeney, B.W., J.M. Battle, D.H. Funk, R.W. Flowers, T. Gonzales Ojeda, A. Huamantinco, J.K. Jackson, and M. Arnold. 2020. Limnologica 81, 125759.

Eastern oyster clearance and respiration rates in response to acute and chronic exposure to suspended sediment loads

La Peyre, M.K., S. Bernasconi, R. Lavaud, S.M. Casas, and J.F. La Peyrec. 2020. Journal of Sea Research 157, 101831.

Phenological modeling of the parthenogenetic mayfly Neocloeon triangulifer (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) in White Clay Creek

Kolpas, A., D.H. Funk, J.K. Jackson, and B.W. Sweeney. 2019. Ecological Modeling 416, 108892

Widespread cryptic viral infections in lotic biofilms

Payne, A.T., A.J. Davidson, J. Kan, M. Peipoch, R. Bier, and K. Williamson. 2020. Biofilm 2, 100016.

Spatial heterogeneity in water velocity drives leaf litter dynamics in streams

Bastias, E., M. Bolivar, M. Ribot, M. Peipoch, S.S.A. Thomas, F. Sabater, and E. Martí. 2019. Freshwater Biology 65(3):435–445.

Niche partitioning of microbial communities in riverine floodplains

Peipoch, M., S.R. Miller, T.R. Antao, and H.M. Valett. 2019. Science Reports 9, 16384.

Mechanisms of organic matter export in estuaries with contrasting carbon sources

Arellano, A. R., T. S. Bianchi, C. L. Osburn, E. J. D'Sa, N. D. Ward, D. Oviedo‐Vargas, I. D. Joshi et al. 2019. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 124(10):3168–3188.

Why some mayfly adults are older and larger: photoperiodic induction of larval quiescence

Funk, D.H., B.W. Sweeney, and J.K. Jackson. 2019. Freshwater Science 38(4): 725–741.

Teaching Environmental Sustainability – Model My Watershed: curriculum and teacher guide

Kerlin, S., M. Daniels, C. Staudt, and N. Marcum-Dietrich. 2019. Projects at Concord Consortium’s website.

Trophic interactions among algal blooms, macroinvertebrates, and brown trout: implications for trout recovery in a restored river

Peipoch, M., and H.M. Valett. 2019. River Research and Applications 35(9): 1563–1574.

Direct non‐invasive 1H NMR analysis of stream water DOM: Insights into the effects of lyophilization compared to whole water

Whitty, S.D., D.C. Waggoner, R.M. Cory, L.A. Kaplan, and P.G. Hatcher. 2019. Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry 59(5): 540–553.

Evaluating environmental change and behavioral decision-making for sustainability policy using an agent-based model: a case study for the Smoky Hill River Watershed, Kansas

Granco, G., J.L. Heier, J. Stamm, J.S. Bergtold, M.D. Daniels, 2019. Science of The Total Environment 695:133769.

Sampling aquatic insects – collection devices, statistical considerations, and rearing procedures

Jackson, J.K., D.P. Batzer, V.H. Resh, R.W. Merritt, K.W. Cummins. 2019. Pages 17–42 in: Merritt, R.W., K.W. Cummins, and M.B. Berg (eds.), An Introduction to the Aquatic Insects of North America. 5th Ed., Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co., Dubuque, Iowa.

Light exposure along particle flowpaths in large rivers

Gardner, J.R., S.H. Ensign, J.N. Houser, and M.W. Doyle. 2019. Limnology and Oceanography 65(1): 128–142.

Photodegradation disproportionately impacts biodegradation of semi‐labile DOM in streams

Bowen, J.C., L.A. Kaplan, and R.M. Cory. 2019. Limnology and Oceanography 65(1): 13–26.

Forest restoration on floodplains mantled with legacy sediments: removing sediments appears unnecessary for successful restoration

Sweeney, B.W., A. Dunbar, C.L. Dow, and M.D. Daniels. 2019. Restoration Ecology 27(6): 1220-1230.

Diversity and spatial distribution of chromophytic phytoplankton in the Bay of Bengal revealed by RuBisCO genes (rbcL)

Pujari, L., C. Wu, J. Kan, N. Li, X. Wang, X. Shang, M. Wang, C. Zhou, and J. Sun. 2019. Frontiers in Microbiology 10:Article 1501.

Denitrification and anammox: understanding nitrogen loss from Yangtze Estuary to the East China Sea

Wang, J.,  J. Kan, G. Qian, J. Chen, Z. Xia, X. Zhang, H. Liu, and J. Sun. 2019. Environmental Pollution 252(B):1659-1670.

Return on environment: the economic value of protected open space in Chester County, Pennsylvania

Bass, O., J. Bowers, P. Brown, C. Dow, et al. 2019. Report to the Chester County Planning Commission, West Chester, Pennsylvania.

Essay: making the most of recent advances in freshwater mussel propagation and restoration

Strayer, D.L., J. Geist, W.R. Haag, J.K. Jackson, and J.D. Newbold. 2019. Conservation Science and Practice 1(7):e53.

Occupied and abandoned structures from ecosystem engineering differentially facilitate stream community colonization

Tumolo, B.B., L.K. Albertson, W.F. Cross, M.D. Daniels, and L.S. Sklar, 2019. Ecosphere 10(5):e02734.

Heterotrophic bacteria dominate the diazotrophic community in the Eastern Indian Ocean (EIO) during pre-southwest monsoon

Wu, C., J. Kan, H. Liu, L. Pujari, C. Guo, X. Wang, and J. Sun. 2019. Microbial Ecology 78(4): 804–819.

Building a more scientifically informed community in the Delaware River Basin

Bressler, D.W., J.K. Jackson, M.J. Ehrhart, and D.B. Arscott. 2019. Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics 9(1):24–27.

Anaxipha hyalicetra sp. n. (Gryllidae, Trigonidiinae), a new sword-tailed cricket species from Arizona

Cole, J.A., and D.H. Funk. 2019. Journal of Orthoptera Research 28(1):3–9.

Low-cost, open-source, and low-power: but what to do with the data?

Horsburgh, J.S., J. Caraballo, M. Ramírez, A.K. Aufdenkampe, D.B. Arscott, and S.G. Damiano. 2019. Frontiers in Earth Science 7:67.

Understanding freshwater resource problems

Daniels, M., M. Caldas, J.H. Stamm, M. Sanderson, J. Bergtold, G. Granco, M. Mather, J. Alstrup, and D. Haukos. 2019. Open Access Government 2:320–321.

A digital mayfly swarm is emerging

Ensign, S., D. Arscott, S. Hicks, A. Aufdenkampe, T. Muenz, J. Jackson, and D. Bressler. 2019. Eos, 100.

Riparian and upland afforestation: improving success by excluding deer from small areas with low fencing

Sweeney, B.W., and C.L. Dow. 2019. Natural Areas Journal 39(1):90–107.

Large-scale protection and restoration programs aimed at protecting stream ecosystem integrity: the role of science-based goal-setting, monitoring, and data management

Kroll, S.A., R.J. Horwitz, D.H. Keller, B.W. SweeneyJ.K. Jackson, and L.B. Perez. 2019. Freshwater Science 38(1): 23–29.

Eco-friendly organic nanotubes encapsulating alkaline phosphatase and ecotoxicology of nanotubes to natural bacterial assemblages in coastal estuarine waters

Montgomery, M.T., G.E. Collins, T.J. Boyd, C.L. Osburn, D. Oviedo-Vargas, and Q. Lu. 2019. American Chemical Society Omega 4(1):2196–2205.

Temperature affects acute mayfly responses to elevated salinity: implications for toxicity of road de-icing salts

Jackson, J.K., and D.H. Funk. 2018. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 374(1764).

Aquatic macroinvertebrate identification trainings for volunteers: results of a national materials and practices inventory survey

Louw, M., T. Muenz, J. Roberts, M. Wilson, and S. Kerlin. 2018. Technical report published through the Carnegie Mellon University School of Computer Science. Pittsburgh, PA USA. (CMU-HCII-18-104).

Bison and cattle grazing impacts on grassland stream morphology in the Flint Hills of Kansas

Grudzinski, B.P., and M.D. Daniels. 2018. Rangeland Ecology & Management 71(6):783–791.

Regeneration and utilization of nutrients during the collapse of red tide of ciliate Mesodinium rubrum: influence on phytoplankton species composition

Zhang, Y., X. Song, P. J. Harrison, S. Liu, Z. Yu, J. Kan, P. Qian, H. Liu, and K. Yin. 2018. Science China: Earth Sciences 61(10):1384–1396.

Agricultural policy and practice in the Chesapeake and Delaware Watersheds

Ehrhart, M. and J. Jackson. 2018. Water Resources Impact 20(5):22-23.

Data and models help define effective strategies in the Delaware River Watershed Initiative

Freedman, P., D.B. Arscott, S. Haag, and K. Hall. 2018. Water Resources Impact 20(5):19-21.

Basinwide programs in the Chesapeake and Delaware: similar nature, distinct strategies

Freedman, P., M. Ehrhart, and K. Hall. 2018. Water Resources Impact 20(5):14–16.

Topographic variation in soil erosion and accumulation determined with meteoric 10Be

Marquard, J., R.E. Aalto, T.T. Barrows, B.A. Fisher, A.A. Aufdenkampe, and J.O. Stone. 2018. Earth Surfaces Processes and Landforms 44(1):98–111.

An interdisciplinary approach to water management

Caldas, M., M. Daniels, J. Bergtold, M. Sanderson, M. Mather, J.H. Stamm, D. Haukos, A. Sheshukov, and J. Aistrup. 2018. Scientia.

Storm events restructured bacterial community and their biogeochemical potentials

Kan, J. 2018. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 123(7):2257–2269.

Diversity and distribution of anammox bacteria in water column and sediments of the Eastern Indian Ocean

Gang Q., J. Wanga, J. Kan, X. Zhanga, Z. Xiaa, X. Zhanga, Y. Miaoa, and J. Sun. 2018. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 133:52–62.

Direct channel precipitation and storm characteristics influence short‐term fallout radionuclide assessment of sediment source

Karwan, D.L., J.E. Pizzuto, R. Aalto, J. Marquard, A. Harpold, K. Skalak, A. Benthem, D.F. Levia, C.M. Siegert, and A.K. Aufdenkampe. 2018. Water Resources Research, 54. 

Soil carbon redistribution and organo-mineral associations after lateral soil movement and mixing in a first-order forest watershed

Fisher, B.A., A.K. Aufdenkampe, K. Yoo, R. Aalto, and J. Marquard. 2018. Geoderma 319:142–155.

Bison and cattle grazing impacts on baseflow suspended sediment concentrations within grassland streams

Grudzinski, B., C.M. Ruffing, M.D. Daniels, and M. Rawitch. 2018. Annals of the American Association of Geographers.

The good, the bad and the lethal: gene expression and metabolomics reveal physiological mechanisms underlying chronic thermal effects in mayfly larvae (Neocloeon triangulifer)

Chou, H., W. Pathmasiri, J. Deese-Spruill, S.J. Sumner, D. Jima, D. Funk, J. Jackson, B. Sweeney, and D. Buchwalter. 2018. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6:27.

Our Watershed

Marcum-Dietrich, N., S. Kerlin, C. Staudt, and M. Daniels. 2018. The Science Teacher 85(2):39–48.

Impacts of stream riparian buffer land use on water temperature and food availability for fish

Albertson, L.K., V. Ouellet, and M.D. Daniels. 2018. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 33(1):195–210.

Particulate organic matter (POM) composition in stream runoff following large storms: role of POM sources, particle size, and event characteristics

Johnson, E.R., S. Inamdar, J. Kan, and R. Vargas. 2018. Journal of Geophysical Research 123(2):660–675.

Impacts of hydrous manganese oxide on the retention and lability of dissolved organic matter

Stuckey, J.W., C. Goodwin, J. Wang, L.A. Kaplan, P. Vidal-Esquivel, T.P. Beebe Jr., and D.L. Sparks. 2018. Geochemical Transactions 19:6.

Oviposition behavior and host records for the parasitic midge Trichochilus lacteipennis (Johannsen) (Chironomidae: Orthocladiinae)

Funk, D.H., S. Roberts, and A. Graham. 2018. CHIRONOMUS Journal of Chironomidae Research 31.

Projected climate change impacts on hydrologic flow regimes in the Great Plains of Kansas

Chatterjee, S., M.D. Daniels, A.Y. Sheshukov, and J. Gao. 2018. River Research and Applications 34(3):195–206.

Why adult mayflies of Cloeon dipterum (Ephemeroptera:Baetidae) become smaller as temperature warms

Sweeney, B.W., D.H. Funk, A.A. Camp, D.B. Buchwalter, and J.K. Jackson. 2018. Freshwater Science 37(1):64–81.

Riparian and geomorphic controls on thermal habitat dynamics of pools in a temperate headwater stream

Ouellet, V., E.E. Gibson, M.D. Daniels, and N.A. Watson. 2017. Ecohydrology 10:e1891.

Status and needs of environmental education related organizations in Wisconsin: results from the 2015-2016 state-wide survey

Hougham, J., S. Kerlin, K. Liddicoat, K. Ellis, and E. Crampe. 2017. A technical report from University of Wisconsin-Extension,Wisconsin Center for Environmental Education, Wisconsin Association for Environmental Education, and the 2015 Wisconsin Environmental Education Consortium.

Arsenic (V) bioconcentration kinetics in freshwater macroinvertebrates and periphyton is influenced by pH

Lopez, A.R., D.H. Funk, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2017. Environmental Pollution 224:82–88.

Physiological responses to short-term thermal stress in mayfly (Neocloeon triangulifer) larvae in relation to upper thermal limits

Kim, K.S., H. Chou, D.H. FunkJ.K. JacksonB.W. Sweeney, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2017. Journal of Experimental Biology 220:2598–2605.

Archaea dominate the ammonia-oxidizing community in deep-sea sediments of the Eastern Indian Ocean – from the Equator to the Bay of Bengal

Wang, J., J. Kan, X. Zhang, Z. Xia, X. Zhang, G. Qian, Y. Miao, X. Leng, and J. Sun. 2017. Frontiers in Microbiology 8:415.

Influence of experimental extreme water pulses on greenhouse gas emissions from soils

Petrakis, S., A. Seyfferth, J. Kan, S. Inamdar, and R. Vargas. 2017. Biogeochemistry 133(2):147–164.

Colonization and diversification of aquatic insects on three Macronesian archipelagos using 59 nuclear loci derived from a draft genome

Rutschmann, S., H. Detering, S. Simon, D.H. Funk, J-L. Gattolliat, S.J. Hughes, P.M. Raposeiro, R. DeSalle, M. Sartori, M.T. Monaghan. 2017. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 107:27–38.

Macroinvertebrates of rivers and creeks along the interoceanic highway, Cusco and Puerto Maldonado, Perú

Sweeney, B. W., D.H. Funk, R. W. Flowers, T. Gonzales, and A. Huamantinco. 2017. Museum Guide No. 843, The Field Museum, Chicago, Illinois.

Conservation Reserve Program mitigates grassland loss in the lesser prairie-chicken range of Kansas

Spencer, D., D. Haukos, C. Hage, M. Daniels, and D. Goodin. 2017. Global Ecology and Conservation 9:21–38.

Dissimilatory microbial iron reduction release DOC (dissolved organic carbon) from carbon-ferrihydrite association

Pan, W., J. Kan, S. Inamdar, C. Chen, and D. Sparks. 2016. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 103:232–240.

Children’s use of iPads in outdoor environmental education programs

Kacoroski, J., K. Liddicoat, and S. Kerlin. 2016. Applied Environmental Education & Communication, 15(4):301–311.

Variation of organic matter quantity and quality in streams at Critical Zone Observatory watersheds

Miller, M.P., E.W. Boyer, D.M. McKnight, M.G. Brown, R.S. Gabor, C.T. Hunsaker, L. Iavorivska, S. Inamdar, D.W. Johnson, L.A. Kaplan, H. Lin, W.H. McDowell, and J.N. Perdrial. 2016. Water Resources Research 52(10):8202–8216.

Beryllium-7 wet deposition variation with storm height, synoptic classification, and tree canopy state in the mid-Atlantic USA

Karwan, D. L., C. M. Siegert, D. F. Levia, J. Pizzuto, J. Marquard, R. Aalto, and A. K. Aufdenkampe. 2016. Hydrological Processes 30(1):75–89.

Dissolved organic matter in stream ecosystems: forms, functions, and fluxes of watershed tea

Kaplan, L.A., and R. Cory. 2016. Pages 241–320 in J.B. Jones and E.H. Stanley (editors). Stream Ecosystems in a Changing Environment. Academic Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Nutrient spiraling and transport in streams: the importance of in-stream biological processes to nutrient dynamics in streams

Webster, J.R., J.D. Newbold, and L. Lin. 2016. Pages 179–237 in J.B. Jones and E.H. Stanley, (editors). Streams in a changing environment. Academic Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts. 

A snapshot on spatial and vertical distribution of bacterial communities in the Eastern Indian Ocean

Wang, J., L. Borecki, X. Zhang, D. Wang, J. Kan, and J. Sun. 2016. Acta Oceanologica Sinica 35:85–93.

Mating behavior of Phyllopalpus pulchellus Uhler (Orthoptera: Gryllidae: Trigonidiinae)

D.H. Funk. 2016. Journal of Orthoptera Research 25:7–13.

Bioaccumulation dynamics of arsenate at the base of aquatic food webs

Lopez, A.R., D.R. Hesterberg, D.H. Funk, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2016. Environmental Science & Technology 50(12):6556–6564.

Coal ash constituents at the base of aquatic food webs: processes affecting bioaccumulation and trophic transfer of arsenic

Lopez, A.R., D.R. Hesterberg, D.H. Funk, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2016. Water Resources Research Institute of The University of North Carolina Report No. 465.

River conservation, restoration, and preservation: rewarding private behavior to enhance the commons

Sweeney, B.W., and J.G. Blaine. 2016. Freshwater Science 35:755–763.

Observations Data Model 2: a community information model for spatially discrete Earth observations

Horsburgh, J.S., A.K. Aufdenkampe, E. Mayorga, K.A. Lehnert, L. Hsu, L. Song, A.S. Jones, S.G. Damiano, D.G. Tarboton, D. Valentine, I. Zaslavsky, and T. Whitenack. 2016. Environmental Modelling & Software 79:55–74.

Seasonal dynamics of the soil microbial community structure within the proximal area of tree boles: possible influence of stemflow

Rosier, C.L., D.F. Levia, J.T. Van Stan, A.K. Aufdenkampe, and J. Kan. 2016. European Journal of Soil Biology 73:108–118.

Geochemistry and mixing drive the spatial distribution of free-living archaea and bacteria in Yellowstone Lake

Kan, J., S. Clingenpeel, C.L. Dow, T.R. McDermott, R.E. Macur, W.P. Inskeep, and K.H. Nealson. 2016. Frontiers in Microbiology 7(210):1–13.

Resilience of aquatic net-spinning caddisfly silk structures to common global stressors

Albertson, L.K., and M.D. Daniels. 2016. Freshwater Biology 61(5):670–679.

Detecting signatures of competition from observational data: a combined approach using DNA barcoding, diversity partitioning and checkerboards at small spatial scales

Bringloe, T., S. J. Adamowicz, V. F. I. Harvey, J. K. Jackson, K. Cottenie. 2016. Freshwater Biology 61:646–657.

Effects of invasive crayfish on fine sediment accumulation, gravel movement, and macroinvertebrate communities

Albertson, L.K., and M.D. Daniels. 2016. Freshwater Science 35(2):644–653.

Bison and cattle grazing management, bare ground coverage, and links to suspended sediment concentrations in grassland streams

Grudzinski, B.P., M.D. Daniels, K. Anibas, and D. Spencer. 2016. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 52(1):16–30.

Baseflow physical characteristics differ at multiple spatial scales in stream networks across diverse biomes

Rüegg, J., W.K. Dodds, M.D. Daniels, et al. 2015. Landscape Ecology  31(1):119–136.

Spider fauna of three geographically isolated wetland types in southwestern Georgia

W. Tietjen, S. Becker, T.K. Muenz, S.W. Golladay. 2016. Southeastern Naturalist.

Carbon pools in stream-riparian corridors: legacy of disturbance along mountain streams of south-eastern Wyoming

Ruffing, C.M., K.A. Dwire, and M.D. Daniels. 2015. Earth Surfaces Processes and Landforms 41(2):208–223.

Part 2: Sensitivity comparisons of the mayfly Centroptilum triangulifer to Ceriodaphnia dubia and Daphnia magna using standard reference toxicants; NaCl, KCl and CuSO4

Struewing, K.A., J.M. Lazorchak, P.C. Weaver, B.R. Johnson, D.H. Funk, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2015. Chemosphere 139:597–603.

Part 1: Laboratory culture of Centroptilum triangulifer (Ephemeroptera: Baetidae) using a defined diet of three diatoms

Weaver, P.C., J.M. Lazorchak, K.A. Struewing, S.J. DeCelles, D.H. Funk, D.B. Buchwalter, and B.R. Johnson. 2015. Chemosphere 139:589–596.

Geomicrobiology of sublacustrine thermal vents in Yellowstone Lake: geochemical controls on microbial community structure and function

Inskeep, W.P., Z.J. Jay, R.E. Macur, S. Clingenpeel, A. Tenney, D. Lovalvo, J.P. Beam, M.A. Kozubal, W.C. Shanks, L.A. Morgan, J. Kan, Y. Gorby, S. Yooseph, and K. Nealson. 2015. Frontiers in Microbiology 6:1044.

First record of a large-scale bloom-causing species Nannochloropsis granulata (Monodopsidaceae, Eustigmatophyceae) in China Sea Waters

Zhang, X., J. Kan, J. Wang, H. Gu, J. Hu, Y. Zhao, and J. Sun. 2015. Ecotoxicology 24:1430–1441.

The geochemical transformation of soils by agriculture and its dependence on soil erosion: an application of the geochemical mass balance approach

Yoo, K., B. Fisher, J. Ji, A. Aufdenkampe, and J. Klaminder. 2015. Science of the Total Environment 521:326–335.

Opinion: endogenizing culture in sustainability science research and policy

Caldasa, M.M., M.R. Sanderson, M. Mather, M.D. Daniels, J.S. Bergtold, J. Aistrup, J.L. Heier Stamm, D. Haukosc, K. Douglas-Mankin, A.Y. Sheshukov, and D.Lopez-Carr. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 112(27):8157–8159.

Consumption of terrestrial dissolved organic carbon by stream microorganisms

Wiegner, T.N., L.A. Kaplan, S.E. Ziegler, R.H. Findlay. 2015. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 75:225–237.

The Role of Critical Zone Observatories in Critical Zone Science

White, T., S. Brantley, S. Banwart, J. Chorover, W. Dietrich, L. Derry, K. Lohse, S. Anderson, A. Aufdenkampe, R. Bales, P. Kumar, D. Richter, and B. McDowell. 2015. Pages 15–17 in J.R. Giardino and C. Houser (editors). Developments in earth surface processes, volume 19: principles and dynamics of the Critical Zone. Elsevier, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Fish growth, physiological stress, and tissue condition in response to rate or temperature change during cool or warm diel thermal cycles

Eldridge, W.H., B.W. Sweeney, and J.M.Law. 2015. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 72(10):1527-1537.

Longitudinal shifts in dissolved organic matter chemogeography and chemodiversity within headwater streams: a river continuum reprise

Mosher, J.J., L.A. Kaplan, D.C. Podgorski, A.M. McKenna, and A.G. Marshall. 2015. Biogeochemistry 124(1–3):371–385.

Fundamental spatial and temporal disconnections in the hydrology of an intermittent prairie headwater network

Costigan, K.H., M.D. Daniels, W.K. Dodds. 2015. Journal of Hydrology 522:305–316.

Forest canopy structural controls over throughfall affect soil microbial community structure in an epiphyte-laden maritime oak stand

Rosier, C., J. van Stan, L. Moore, J. Schrom, T. Wu, J. Reichard, and J. Kan. 2015. Ecohydrology 8:1459–1470.

Dynamic hydrologic and biogeochemical processes drive microbially enhanced iron and sulfur cycling within the intertidal mixing zone of a beach aquifer

McAllister, S.M., J.M. Barnett, J.W. Heiss, A.J. Findlay, D.J. MacDonald, C.L. Dow, G.W. Luther III, H.A. Michael, and C.S.Chan. 2015. Limnology and Oceanography 60:329–345.

Elevated major ion concentrations inhibit larval mayfly growth and development

Johnson, B.R., P.C. Weaver, C.T. Nietch, J.M. Lazorchak, K.A. Struewing, and D.H. Funk. 2015. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 34(1):167–172.

Impact of exotic earthworms on organic carbon sorption on mineral surfaces and soil carbon inventories in a northern hardwood forest

Lyttle, A., K. Yoo, C. Hale, A.K. Aufdenkampe, S.D. Sebestyen, K. Resner, and A. Blum. 2015. Ecosystems 18(1):16–29.

Invasive earthworms deplete key soil inorganic nutrients (Ca, Mg, K, and P) in a northern hardwood forest

Resner, K., K. Yoo, C. Hale, A.K. Aufdenkampe, S.D. Sebestyen, A. Lyttle, and A. Blum. 2015. Ecosystems 18(1):89–102.

The Stream Biome Gradient Concept: controlling factors of streams across broad biogeographic scales

Walter, K.D., K. Gido, M.R.While, M.D. Daniels, and B.P. Grudzinski. 2015. Freshwater Science 34(1):1–19.

Spatial distribution and ecosystem effects of a nuisance, bloom-forming diatom (Didymosphenia geminata) in Catskill Mountain streams, New York

Richardson, D.C., I.A. Oleksy, T.J. Hoellein, D.B. Arscott, C.A. Gibson, and S.M. Root. 2014. Aquatic Sciences 76:553.

Rapid response of a sand-dominated river to installation and removal of a temporary run-of-the-river dam

Costigan, K.H., C.M. Ruffing, M.D. Daniels, and J.S. Perkin. 2014. River Research and Applications 32(1):110–124.

Alabama Water Watch and Georgia Adopt-A-Stream partner with the U.S. Forest Service to monitor and protect watersheds in the Escambia Experimental Forest

Dyson, D.S., T.K. Muenz, and E. Reutebuch. 2014. Alabama’s Treasured Forest Magazine, Alabama Forestry Commission.

Improved performance of the PacBio SMRT technology for 16S rDNA sequencing

Mosher, J.J., B. Bowman, E.L. Bernberg, O. Shevchenko, J. Kan, J. Korlach, and L.A. Kaplan. 2014. Journal of Microbiological Methods 104:59–60.

Science, not politics, should guide Clean Water Act clarification

Sweeney, B.W. 2014. Op-Ed in The News Journal, Wilmington, Delaware.

Fragmentation and drying ratchet down Great Plains stream fish diversity

Perkin, J.S., K.B. Gido, K.H. Costigan, M.D. Daniels, and E.R. Johnson. 2014. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 25(5):639–655.

A stressful shortness of breath: molting disrupts breathing in the mayfly Cloeon dipterum

Camp, A.A., D.H. Funk, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2014. Freshwater Science 33(3):695–699.

Coupled geochemical and biogeochemical characterization of dissolved organic matter from a headwater stream

Sleighter, R.L., R.M. Cory, L.A. Kaplan, H.A.N. Abdulla, and P.G. Hatcher. 2014. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeochemistry 119(8):1520–1537.

Influence of riparian and watershed alterations on sandbars in a Great Plains river

Fischer, J., C. Paukert, and M.D. Daniels. 2014. River Research and Applications 31(9):1140–1150.

The delivery of dissolved organic carbon from a forested hillslope to a headwater stream in southeastern Pennsylvania, USA

Mei, Y., G.M. Hornberger, L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, and A.K. Aufdenkampe. 2014. Water Resources Research 50(7):5774–5796.

Systematics and acoustics of North American Anaxipha (Gryllidae: Trigonidiinae)

Walker, T.J., and D.H. Funk. 2014. Journal of Orthoptera Research 23:1–38.

Hydrologic dynamics and geochemical responses within a floodplain aquifer and hyporheic zone during Hurricane Sandy

Sawyer, A.H., L.A. Kaplan, O. Lazareva, and H.A. Michael. 2014. Water Resources Journal 50(6):4877–4892.

Streamside forest buffer width needed to protect stream water quality, habitat, and organisms: a literature review

Sweeney, B.W., and J.D. Newbold. 2014. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 50:560–584.

Community-developed geoscience cyberinfrastructure

Richard, S. M., G. Pearthree, A.K. Aufdenkampe, J. Cutcher-Gershenfeld, M. Daniels, B. Gomez, D. Kinkade, and G. Percivall. 2014 . Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union 95(20):165–166.

No evidence of aquatic priming effects in hyporheic zone microcosms

Bengtsson, M.M., K. Wagner, N.R. Burns, E.R. Herberg, W. Wanek, L.A. Kaplan, and T.J. Battin. 2014. Scientific Reports 4, Article number: 5187. 

Linking seasonal inorganic nitrogen shift to the dynamics of microbial communities in the Chesapeake Bay

Hong, Y., X. Xu, J. Kan, and F. Chen. 2014. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 98:3219–3229.

Longitudinal variability in hydraulic geometry and substrate characteristics of a Great Plains sand-bed river

Costigan, K.H., M.D. Daniels, J.S. Perkin, and K.B. Gido. 2014. Geomorphology 210:48–58.

Does DNA barcoding improve performance of traditional stream bioassessment metrics?

Stein, E.D., B.P. White, R.D. Mazor, J.K. Jackson, J.M. Battle, P.E. Miller, E.M. Pilgrim, and B.W. Sweeney. 2014. Freshwater Science 33(1):302–311.

A variable source area for groundwater evapotranspiration: impacts on modeling stream flow

Tsang, Y.P., G. Hornberger, L.A. KaplanJ.D. Newbold, and A.K. Aufdenkampe. 2014. Hydrological Processes 28(4):2439–2450.

Soil organic matter stability in organo-mineral complexes as a function of increasing C loading

Feng, W., A.F. Plante, A.K. Aufdenkampe, and J. Six. 2014. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 69:398–405.

Model My Watershed: connecting students’ conceptual understanding of watersheds to real-world decision-making

Gill, S.E., N. Marcum-Dietrich, and R. Becker-Klein. 2014. Journal of  Geoscience Education 62(1):61–73.

Classification of the alterations of beaver dams to headwater streams in northeastern Connecticut, USA

Burchsted, D., and M.D. Daniels. 2014. Geomorphology 205:36–50.

Cryptic biodiversity in streams: a comparison of macroinvertebrate communities based on morphological and DNA barcode identifications

Jackson, J.K., J.M. Battle, B.P. White, E.M. Pilgrim, E.D. Stein, P.E. Miller, and B.W. Sweeney. 2014. Freshwater Science 33(1):312–324.

Characteristic length scales and time‐averaged transport velocities of suspended sediment in the mid‐Atlantic Region, USA

J. Pizzuto, E.R. Schenk, C.R. Hupp, A. Gellis, G. Noe, E. Williamson, D.L. Karwan, M. O’Neal, J.  Marquard, R. Aalto, and J.D. Newbold. 2014. Water Resources Research 50:790–805.

Developing a web application for the integration of real-world, scientific, problem-solving into the secondary classroom

Gill, S.E., N. Marcum-Dietrich, and J. Fraser. 2014. Pages 422–432 in A.D. Ritzhaupt and S. Kumar (editors). K–12 education: concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications. IGI Global, Hershey, Pennsylvania.

Response of benthic macroinvertebrates to gradients in hydrological connectivity: a comparison of temperate, subtropical, Mediterranean and semiarid river floodplains

Gallardo, B., S. Dolédec, A. Paillex, D.B. Arscott, F. Sheldon, F. Zilli, S. Mérigoux, E. Castella, and F.A. Comín. 2014. Freshwater Biology 59:630–648.

Open data: crediting a culture of cooperation

Bolukbasi, B., N. Berente, J. Cutcher-Gershenfeld, L. Dechurch, C. Flint, M. Haberman, A.K. Aufdenkampe, J. Bass, J. Crowell, M.D. Daniels, S. Diggs, C. Duffy, Y. Gil, B. Gomez, S. Graves, R. Hazen, L. Hsu, D. Kinkade, K. Lehnert, C. Marone, D. Middleton, A. Noren, G. Pearthree, M. Ramamurthy, E. Robinson, G. Percivall, S. Richard, C. Suarez, and D. Walker. 2013. Science 342(6162):1041–1042.

Efficacy of a third generation high-throughput sequencing platform for analyses of 16S rRNA genes from environmental samples

Mosher, J.J., E.L. Bernberg, O. Shevchenko, J. Kan, and L.A. Kaplan. 2013. Journal of Microbiological Methods 95:175–181.

Solute-specific scaling of inorganic nitrogen and phosphorus uptake in streams

Hall, R.O., Jr., M.A. Baker, E.J. Rosi-Marshall, J.L. Tank, and J.D. Newbold. 2013. Biogeosciences 10:7323–7331.

Electricity generation from microbial fuel cell using microorganisms as catalyst in cathode

Jang, J.K, J. Kan, O. Bretschger, Y.A. Gorby, L. Hsu, B.H. Kim, and K.H. Nealson. 2013. Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology 23(12):1765–1773.

Sustaining Earth’s critical zone: basic science and interdisciplinary solutions for global challenges

Banwart, S.A., J. Chorover, J. Gaillardet, D. Sparks, T. White, S. Anderson, A. Aufdenkampe, et al. 2013. Report of an international workshop on Critical Zone Observatory science, 9-11 November 2011. The University of Sheffield, United Kingdom.

Yellowstone Lake Nanoarchaeota

Clingenpeel, S., J. Kan, R.E. Macur, T. Woyke, D. Lovalvo, J. Varley, W.P. Inskeep, K.H. Nealson, and T. McDermott. 2013. Frontiers in Microbiology 4:274.

Blazing and grazing: influences of fire and bison on tallgrass prairie stream water quality

Larson, D.M., B.P. Grudzinski, W.K. Dodds, M. Daniels, A. Skibbe, and A. Joern. 2013. Freshwater Science 32(3):779–791.

Biological lability of dissolved organic carbon in stream water and contributing terrestrial sources

McLaughlin, C., and L. A. Kaplan. 2013. Freshwater Science 32(4):1219–1230.

Apatite and chitin amendments promote microbial activity and augment metal removal in marine sediments

Kan, J., A. Obraztsova, Y. Wang, J. Leather, K.G. Scheckel, K.H. Nealson, and Y.M. Arias-Thode. 2013. Open Journal of Metal, Heavy Metal Special Issue 3:51–61.

Bioconcentration and biotransformation of selenite versus selenate exposed periphyton and subsequent toxicity to the mayfly Centroptilum triangulifer

Conley, J.M., D.H. Funk, D.H. Hesterberg, L.-C. Hsu, J. Kan, Y.-T. Liu, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2013. Environmental Science & Technology 47:7965–7973.

Ecosystem metabolism and nutrient uptake in Peruvian headwater streams

Bott, T.L., and J.D. Newbold. 2013. International Review of Hydrobiology 98:117–131.

Measuring heterotrophic respiration rates of suspended particulate organic carbon from stream ecosystems

Richardson, D.C., J.D. Newbold, A.K. Aufdenkampe, P.G. Taylor, L.A. Kaplan. 2013. Limnology and Oceanography Methods 11:247–261.

Present research frontiers in geomorphology

Plater, A.J., M.D. Daniels, and T. Oguchi. 2013. Pages 349-376 in A.R. Orme and D. Sack (editors). Treatise in Geomorphology, Volume 1, Academic Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Adaptation of soil microbes during establishment of microbial fuel cell consortium fed with lactate

Futamata, H., O. Bretschger, A. Cheung, J. Kan, R. Owen, and K.H. Nealson. 2013. Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering 115(1):58–63.

Late Miocene through early Pleistocene nutrient utilization and export production in the Antarctic Zone of the Southern Ocean

Billups, K., A.K. Aufdenkampe, and R. Hays. 2013. Global and Planetary Change 100:353–361.

The scientific names of two common Florida crickets (Orthoptera, Gryllidae)

Walker, T. J., and D. H. Funk. 2012. Florida Entomologist 95:936–938.

Abandoned coal mine drainage and its remediation: impacts on stream ecosystem structure and function

Bott, T.L., J.K. Jackson, M. McTammany, J.D. Newbold, S. Rier, B.W. Sweeney, and J. Battle. 2012. Ecological Applications 22:2144–2163.

Slimy leaves for clean streams: the leaf pack experiment

Medved, C., B.W. Sweeney, J.G. Blaine. 2012. Pages 56–57 in Interpretive Sourcebook: 2012 NAI National Workshop, Hampton, Virginia.

Dam design can impede adaptive management of environmental flows: a case study from the Opuha Dam, New Zealand

Lessard, J., D.M. Hicks, T.H. Snelder, D.B. Arscott, S.T. Larned, D. Booker, and A.M. Suren. 2013. Environmental Management 51(2):459–473.

Dietary (periphyton) and aqueous Zn bioaccumulation dynamics in the mayfly Centroptilum triangulifer

Kim, K.S., D.H. Funk, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2012. Ecotoxicology 21:2288–2296.

Making education for sustainability work on campus: the proposals of the Roundtable on Environmental Systems and Sustainability

Reiter, M.A., W.J. Focht, P.A. Barresi, S.E. Gill, R.C. Smardon, S. Baker, K. Reiter, E. Fitch, T. Rolfe, and S. Bumpous. 2012. In W. Leal (editor). Sustainable development at universities: new horizons. Peter Lang Scientific Publishers, Frankfurt, Germany.

Estimation of dissolved organic carbon contribution from hillslope soils to a headwater stream

Mei, Y., G.M. Hornberger, L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, and A.K. Aufdenkampe. 2012. Water Resources Research 48(9):W09514.

Biological lability of streamwater fluorescent dissolved organic matter

Cory, R.M., and L.A. Kaplan. 2012. Limnology and Oceanography 57(5):1347–1360.

Taxonomic certification versus the scientific method: a rebuttal of Rogers (2012)

Stribling, J., B.W. Sweeney, J. Morse, G. Corkum, G. Lester, S. Miller, R. Mitchell, B. Poulton, S. Strachan, and M. Wetzel. 2012. Zootaxa 3359: 65–68.

Electricity generation from a floating marine microbial fuel cell

Huang, Y., Z. He, J. Kan, A.K. Manohar, K.H. Nealson, and F. Mansfeld. 2012. Bioresource Technology 114:308–313.

A DNA barcode library for North American Ephemeroptera: Progress and prospects

Webb, J.M., L.M. Jacobus, D.H. Funk, X. Zhou, B. Kondratieff, C.J. Geraci, R.E. DeWalt, D.J. Baird, B. Richard, I. Phillips, and P.D.N. Hebert. 2012. Plos One 7(5):e38063.

Turbulent particle transport in streams: can exponential settling be reconciled with fluid mechanics?

McNair, J.N., and J.D. Newbold. 2012. Journal of Theoretical Biology 300:62–80.

An initial investigation into the organic matter biogeochemistry of the Congo River

Spencer, R.G.M., P.J. Hernes, A.K. Aufdenkampe, A. Baker, P. Gulliver, A. Stubbins, G.R. Aiken, R.Y. Dyda, K.D. Butler, V.L. Mwamba, A.M. Mangangu, J.N. Wabakanghanzi, and J. Six. 2012. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 84:614–627.

Scaling the gas transfer velocity and hydraulic geometry in streams and small rivers

Raymond, P.A., C.J. Zappa, D. Butman, T.L. Bott, C. Potter, P. Mulholland, A.E. Laursen, W.H. McDowell, and D. Newbold. 2012. Limnology and Oceanography: Fluids and Environments 2:41–53.

Factors controlling water-column respiration in rivers of the central and southwestern Amazon Basin

Ellis, E.E.E., J.E. Richey, A.K. Aufdenkampe, A.V. Krusche, P.D. Quay, C. Salimon, and H.B. da Cunha. 2012. Limnology and Oceanography 57(2):527–540.

Interannual dynamics of viriobenthos abundance and morphological diversity in Chesapeake Bay sediments

Helton, R.R., K. Wang, J. Kan, D.H. Powell, and K.E. Wommack. 2012. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 79:474–486.

Gryllus mandevillus (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) is a valid field cricket species

Weissman, D.B., D.H. Funk, and T.J. Walker. 2012. Zootaxa 3202:65–68.

Sustained losses of bioavailable nitrogen from montane tropical forests

Brookshire, E.N.J., L.O. Hedin, J.D. Newbold, D.M. Sigman, and J.K. Jackson. 2012. Nature Geoscience 5:123–126.

Food rationing affects dietary selenium bioaccumulation and life cycle performance in the mayfly Centroptilum triangulifer

Conley, J.M., D.H. Funk, N.J. Cariello, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2011. Ecotoxicology 20:1840–1851.

Ecotoxicological response of marine organisms to inorganic and organic sediment amendments in laboratory exposure

Rosen, G., J. Leather, J. Kan, and Y.M. Arias-Thode. 2011. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 74:1921–1930.

Marine bacterial community response to inorganic and organic amendments in marine sediments

Kan, J., Y. Wang, A. Obraztsova, G. Rosen, J. Leather, K. Scheckel, K.H. Nealson, and Y.M. Arias-Thode. 2011. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 74:1931–1941.

Recent perspectives on temporary river ecology

Datry, T., D. Arscott, and S. Sabater. 2011. Aquatic Sciences–Research Across Boundaries 73(4):453–457.

The initial design of data sharing infrastructure for the Critical Zone Observatory

Zaslavsky, I., T. Whitenack, M. Williams, D. Tarboton, K. Schreuders, and A.K. Aufdenkampe. 2011. Pages 145–150 in M. B. Jones and C. Gries (editors). Proceedings of the Environmental Information Management Conference 2011. University of California, Santa Barbara, California.

A rapid fingerprinting approach to distinguish between closely related strains of Shewanella

Kan, J., B. Flood, J.P. McCrow, J.S. Kim, L. Tan, and K.H. Nealson. 2011. Journal of  Microbiological Methods 86:62–68.

Diverse bacterial groups are associated with corrosive lesions at a Granite Mountain Record Vault (GMRV)

Kan, J., P. Chellamuthu, A. Obraztsova, J.E. Moore, and K.H. Nealson. 2011. Journal of Applied Microbiology 111:329–337.

Elemental and mineralogical changes in soils due to bioturbation along an earthworm invasion chronosequence in Northern Minnesota

Resner, K., K. Yoo, C. Hale, A.K. Aufdenkampe, A. Blum, and S. Sebestyen. 2011. Applied Geochemistry 26:S127–S131.

Carbon–mineral interactions along an earthworm invasion gradient at a Sugar Maple Forest in Northern Minnesota

Lyttle, A., K. Yoo, C. Hale, A.K. Aufdenkampe, and S. Sebestyen. 2011. Applied Geochemistry 26:S85–S88.

Characterization and source determination of stream suspended particulate material in White Clay Creek, USA

D.L. Karwan, R. Aalto, A.K. Aufdenkampe, J.D. Newbold, and J.E. Pizzuto. 2011. Applied Geochemistry 26:S354–S356.

Synchronicity between population structure and proteome profiles: a metaproteomic analysis of Chesapeake Bay bacterial communities

Kan, J., T.E. Hanson, and F. Chen. 2011. Pages 637–644 in Frans J. de Bruijn (editor). Handbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology I; Metagenomics and Complementary Approaches. Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, New Jersey.

Optimizing the indirect extraction of prokaryotic DNA from soils

Williamson, K.E., J. Kan, S.W. Polson, and S.J. Williamson. 2011. Soil Biology and Biochemistry 43:736–748.

Yellowstone Lake: high energy geochemistry and rich bacterial diversity

Clingenpeel, S., R.E. Macur, J. Kan, W. P. Inskeep, D. Lavalvo, J. Varley, E. Mathur, K. Nealson, Y. Goby, T.L. Fracois, and T.R. McDermott. 2011. Environmental Microbiology 13:2172–2185.

Archaea in Yellowstone Lake

Kan, J., S. Clingenpeel, R.E. Macur, W.P. Inskeep, D. Lavalvo, J. Varley, Y. Gory, T.R. McDermott, and K.H. Nealson. 2011. ISME Journal 5:1784–1795.

Phytoplankton abundance and contributions to suspended particulate matter in the Ohio, Upper Mississippi, and Missouri Rivers

Bukaveckas, P.A., A.K. MacDonald, A. Aufdenkampe, J.H. Chick, J.E. Havel, R. Schultz, T. Angradi, D. Bolgrien, T. Jicha, and D. Taylor. 2011. Aquatic Sciences 73(3):419–436.

Eating local: influences of habitat on the diet of little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus)

Clare, E.L., R. Brittany, R. Barber, B.W. Sweeney, P.D.N. Hebert, and M.B. Fenton. 2011. Molecular Ecology 20(8):1772–1780.

No teacher left inside: preparing a new generation of teachers

Marcum-Dietrich, N., L. Marquez, S.E. Gill, and C. Medved. 2011. Journal of Geoscience Education 59(1):1–4.

Rates of soil mixing and associated carbon fluxes in a forest vs. tilled agricultural field: implications for modeling the soil carbon cycle

Yoo, K., J. Ji, A. Aufdenkampe, and J. Klaminder. 2011. Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 116:2156–2202.

Summer-winter transitions in Antarctic ponds II: biological responses

Hawes, I., K. Safi, J. Webster-Brown, B. Sorrell, and D.B. Arscott. 2011. Summer-winter transitions in Antarctic ponds II: Biological responses. Antarctic Science 23(3):243–254.

Summer-winter transitions in Antarctic ponds I: the physical environment

Hawes, I., K. Safi, B. Sorrell, J. Webster-Brown, and D.B. Arscott. 2011. Antarctic Science 23(3):235–242.

Improving biogeochemical knowledge through technological innovation

Melack, J., A.C. Finzi, D. Siegel, S. MacIntyre, C. Nelson, A.K. Aufdenkampe, and M. Pace. 2011. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9(1):37–43.

Riverine coupling of biogeochemical cycles between land, oceans, and atmosphere

Aufdenkampe, A.K., E. Mayorga, P.A. Raymond, J.M. Melack, S.C. Doney, and S.R. Alin. 2011. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9(1):53–60.

Can DNA barcodes of stream macroinvertebrates improve descriptions of community structure and water quality?

Sweeney, B.W., J.M. Battle, J.K. Jackson, and T. Dapkey. 2011. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30(1):195–216.

The biology of the limnephilid caddisfly Dicosmoecus gilvipes (Hagen) in Northern California and Oregon (USA) streams

Resh, V.H., M. Hannaford, J.K. Jackson, G.A. Lamberti, and P.K. Mendez. 2011. Zoosymposia 5:413–419.

Current production by bacterial communities in microbial fuel cells enriched from wastewater sludge with different electron donors

Kan, J., L. Hsu, A.C.M. Cheung, M. Pirbazari, and K.H. Nealson. 2011. Environmental Science and Technology 45:1139–1146.

Why stream mayflies can reproduce without males but remain bisexual: a case of lost genetic variation

Funk, D.H., B.W. Sweeney, and J.K. Jackson. 2010. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29:1258–1266.

Dissolved CO2 in small catchment streams of eastern Amazonia: a minor pathway of terrestrial carbon loss

Davidson, E., R. Figueiredo, D. Markewitz , A.K. Aufdenkampe. 2010. Journal of Geophysical Research – Biosciences 115:G04005.

The Crabby Creek initiative: building and sustaining an interdisciplinary community partnership

Terlecki, M., D. Dunbar, C. Nielsen, C. McGauley, L. Ratmansky, N.L. Watterson, J. Hannum, K. Seidler, E. Bongiorno, O. Owens, P. Goodman, C. Marshall, S. Gill, K. Travers, J. Jackson. 2010. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship 3(1):40–50.

A preliminary water quality study of the Rio Sierpe and its tributaries (Costa Rica)

Arscott, D.B., W. Eldridge, and B.W. Sweeney. 2010. Prepared for the Blue Moon Foundation. Stroud Water Research Center, Avondale, Pennsylvania. 

A framework for analyzing longitudinal and temporal variation in river flow and developing flow-ecology relationships

Larned, S.T., D.B. Arscott, J. Schmidt, and J.C. Diett. 2010. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 46(3):541–553.

Water quality functions of a 15-year-old riparian forest buffer system

Newbold, J.D., S. Herbert, B.W. Sweeney, P. Kiry, and S.J. Alberts. 2010. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 46(2):299–310.

Scientific and educational aspects of water quality and stream health in Eastern Pennsylvania

Aufdenkampe, A.K., T.L. Bott, C.L. Dow, J.K. Jackson, L.A. Kaplan, A.E. Schuyler, and B.W. Sweeney. 2010. Stroud Water Research Center, Avondale, Pennsylvania.

Aquatic invertebrate community structure along an intermittence gradient: Selwyn River, New Zealand

Arscott, D.B., S.T. Larned, M. Scarsbrook, and P. Lambert. 2010. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29(2):530–545.

Trophic transfer of Cd from natural periphyton to the grazing mayfly Centroptilum triangulifer in a life cycle test

Xie, L., D.H. Funk, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2010. Environmental Pollution 158:272–277.

First report of Ecpyrrhorrhoe puralis (South) (Pyraloidea: Crambidae: Pyraustinae) in North America: A naturalized exotic Pyraustine from Asia feeding on Paulownia Siebold & Zucc.

Solis, M.A., B.G. Scholtens, J.K. Adams, and D.H. Funk. 2010. The Journal of the Lepidopterists’ Society 64(1):33–35.

Mitigation of nonpoint pollution by a riparian forest buffer in an agricultural watershed of the Mid-Atlantic Piedmont

Newbold, J.D., S. Herbert, and B.W. Sweeney. 2009. Stroud Preserve Watersheds National Monitoring Project Final Report.

Mayfly communities in two neotropical lowland forests

Sweeney, B.W., R.W. Flowers, D.H. Funk, S. Ávila, and J.K. Jackson. 2009. Aquatic Insects 31:311–318.

Monitoring the health of large rivers with macroinvertebrates: do dominant taxa help or hinder the assessment?

Jackson, J.K., J.M. Battle, and B.W. Sweeney. 2009. River Research and Applications 26(8):931–947.

Emerging concepts in temporary-river ecology

Larned, S.T., T. Datry, D.B. Arscott, and K. Tockner. 2010. Freshwater Biology. 55(4):717–738.

Selenium bioaccumulation and maternal transfer in the mayfly Centroptilum triangulifer in a life-cycle, periphyton-biofilm trophic assay

Conley, J.M., D.H. Funk, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2009. Environmental Science & Technology 43:7952–7957.

Hydrological indices for quantifying ecologically relevant flow conditions in intermittent alluvial plain rivers

Schmidt, J., S.T. Larned, D.B. Arscott, and J.C. Diettrich. 2009. Pages 94–102 in M. Thoms, K. Heal, E. Bogh, A. Chambel, and V. Smakhtin (editors). Ecohydrology of surface and groundwater dependent systems: concepts, methods, and recent developments. Proceedings of Symposium JS1 held at the Joint IAHS & IAH Convention, Hyderabad, India, September 2009. IAHS Publ. 328, 2009.

Mitochondrial lineages and DNA barcoding of closely related species in the mayfly genus Ephemerella (Ephemeroptera:Ephemerellidae)

Alexander, L.C., M. Delion, D.J. Hawthorne, W.O. Lamp, and D.H. Funk. 2009. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28:584–595.

The boundless carbon cycle

Battin, T.J., S. Luyssaert, L.A. Kaplan, A.K. Aufdenkampe, A. Richter, and L.J. Tranvik. 2009. Nature Geoscience 2:598–600.

Sequential density fractionation across soils of contrasting mineralogy: evidence for both microbial- and mineral-controlled soil organic matter stabilization

Sollins, P., M. Kramer, C. Swanston, K. Lajtha, T Filley, A.K. Aufdenkampe, R. Wagai, and R.D. Bowden. 2009. Biogeochemistry 96(1–3):209–231.

Photochemical degradation of dissolved organic matter and dissolved lignin phenols from the Congo River

Spencer, R.G.M., A. Stubbins, P.J. Hernes, A. Baker, K. Mopper, A.K. Aufdenkampe, R.Y. Dyda, V.L. Mwamba, A.M. Mazedi, et al. 2009. Journal of Geophysical Research-Biogeosciences 114:G03010.

Nutrient uptake and mineralization during leaf decay in streams

Webster, J.R., J.D. Newbold, S.A. Thomas, H.M. Valett, and P.J. Mulholland. 2009. International Review of Hydrobiology 94:372–390.

Influence of tree shelters on seedling success in an afforested riparian zone

Andrews, D.M., C.D. Barton, S. J. Czapka, R.K. Kolka, and B.W. Sweeney. 2010. New Forests 39:157–167.

Temporal dynamics of seston: a recurring nighttime peak and seasonal shifts in composition in a stream ecosystem

Richardson, D.C., L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, and A.K. Aufdenkampe. 2009. Limnology and Oceanography 54(1):344–354.

Mercury(II) bioaccumulation and antioxidant physiology in four aquatic insects

Xie, L., J.L. Flippin, N. Deighton, D.H. Funk, D.A. Dickey, and D.B. Buchwalter. 2009. Environmental Science & Technology 43:934–940.

Water quality in White Clay Creek Watershed from 1991 to 2008

Battle, J.M., and J.K. Jackson. 2008. Stream Watch Project Final Report. Stroud Water Research Center, Avondale, Pennsylvania.

Water quality monitoring in the source water areas for New York City: an integrative watershed approach

Arscott, D.B., A.K. Aufdenkampe, T.L. Bott, C.L. Dow, J.K. Jackson, L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, and B.W. Sweeney. 2008. Final report on monitoring activities, 2000-2005. Stroud Water Research Center, Avondale, Pennsylvania.

A taxonomic reassessment of the Drunella lata (Morgan) species complex (Ephemeroptera:Ephemerellidae) in northeastern North America

Funk, D.H., B.W. Sweeney, and J.K. Jackson. 2008. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27(3):647–663.

A new parthenogenetic mayfly (Ephemeroptera:Ephemerellidae:Eurylophella Tiensuu) oviposits by abdominal bursting in the subimago

Funk, D.H., J.K. Jackson, and B.W. Sweeney. 2008. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27(2):269–279.

Effects of riparian vegetation and watershed urbanization on fishes in streams of the Mid-Atlantic Piedmont (USA)

Horwitz, R.J., T.E. Johnson, P.F. Overbeck, T.K. O’Donnell, W.C. Hession, and B.W. Sweeney. 2008. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 44(3):1–18.

Untangling the complex issue of dissolved organic carbon uptake: a stable isotope approach

Kaplan, L.A., T.N. Wiegner, J.D. Newbold, P.H. Ostrom, and H. Gandhi. 2008. Freshwater Biology 53:855–864.

Biome-level biogeography in streambed microbiota

Findlay, R.H., C. Yeates, M.A.J. Hullar, D.A. Stahl, and L.A. Kaplan. 2008. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 74:3014–3021.

Biophysical controls on organic carbon fluxes in fluvial networks

Battin, T.J., L.A. Kaplan, S. Findlay, C.S. Hopkinson, E. Marti, A.I. Packman, J.D. Newbold, and F. Sabater. 2008. Nature Geoscience 1:95–100.

Protecting headwaters: the scientific basis for safeguarding stream and river ecosystems

Kaplan, L.A., T.L. Bott, J.K. Jackson, J.D. Newbold, and B.W. Sweeney. 2008. Research synthesis from Stroud Water Research Center, Avondale, Pennsylvania.

Science and policy: new insights into terrestrial, aquatic, and atmospheric carbon flow and implications for stormwater management policy

Adams, S., L.A. Kaplan, and E. Ritchie. 2008. Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation WEFTEC 2008:2828-2829.

Fractionation of lignin during leaching and sorption and implications for organic matter “freshness”

Hernes, P.J., A.C. Robinson, and A.K. Aufdenkampe. 2007. Geophysical Research Letters 34:L17401.

Mesh size affects macroinvertebrate descriptions in large rivers: examples from the Savannah and Mississippi Rivers

Battle, J.M., J.K. Jackson, and B.W. Sweeney. 2007. Hydrobiologia 592:329–343.

Primary productivity and community respiration

Bott, T.L. 2006. Pages 263–290 in F.R. Hauer and G.A. Lamberti (editors). Methods in stream ecology. 2nd edition. Elsevier, New York, New York.

Resurrecting the in-stream side of riparian forests

Sweeney, B.W. and J.G. Blaine. 2007. Journal of Contemporary Water Research and Education 136:17–27.

How planting method, weed abatement, and herbivory affect afforestation success

Sweeney, B.W., S.J. Czapka, and C. Petrow. 2007. Southern Journal of Applied Forestry 31:85–92.

Stream insect occupancy-frequency patterns and metapopulation structure

Heatherly, T., M.R. Whiles, D.J. Gibson, S.L. Collins, A.D. Huryn, J.K. Jackson, and M.A. Palmer. 2007. Oecologia 151(2):313–331.

Organic matter in the Peruvian headwaters of the Amazon: compositional evolution from the Andes to the lowland Amazon mainstem

Aufdenkampe, A.K., E. Mayorga, J.I. Hedges, C. Llerena, P.D. Quay, J. Gudeman, A.V. Krusche and J.E. Richey. 2007. Organic Geochemistry 38(3):337–364.

Annual and spatial variation for macroinvertebrates in the Upper Mississippi River near Cape Girardeau, Missouri

Battle, J.M., J.K. Jackson, and B.W. Sweeney. 2007. Fundamental and Applied Limnology Archiv für Hydrobiology 168(1):39–54.

Primary productivity in receiving reservoirs: links to influent streams

Bott, T.L., D.S. Montgomery, D.B. Arscott, and C.L. Dow. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):1045–1061.

Macroinvertebrate distribution in relation to land use and water chemistry in New York City drinking-water-supply watersheds

Kratzer, E.B.J.K. Jackson, D.B. Arscott, A.K. Aufdenkampe, C.L. Dow, L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, and B.W. Sweeney. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25:954–976.

Organic matter transport in New York City drinking-water-supply watersheds

Kaplan, L.A., J.D. Newbold, D.J. Van Horn, C.L. Dow, A.K. Aufdenkampe, and J.K. Jackson. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25:912–927.

Uptake of nutrients and organic C in streams in New York City drinking-water-supply watersheds

Newbold, J.D., T.L. Bott, L.A. Kaplan, C.L. Dow, J.K. Jackson, A.K. Aufdenkampe, L.A. Martin, D.J. Van Horn, and A.A. Long. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):998–1017.

Molecular tracers of soot and sewage contamination in streams supplying New York City drinking water

Aufdenkampe, A.K., D.B. Arscott, C.L. Dow, and L.J. Standley. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):928–953.

Ecosystem metabolism in streams of the Catskill Mountains (Delaware and Hudson River watersheds) and Lower Hudson Valley

Bott, T.L., D.S. Montgomery, J.D. Newbold, D.B. Arscott, C.L. Dow, A.K. Aufdenkampe, J.K. Jackson, and L.A. Kaplan. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):1018–1044.

Landscape template of New York City’s drinking-water-supply watersheds

Arscott, D.B., C.L. Dow, and B.W. Sweeney. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):867–886.

Role of rarity and taxonomic resolution in a regional and spatial analysis of stream macroinvertebrates

Arscott, D.B., J.K. Jackson, and E.B. Kratzer. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):977–997.

Relating major ions and nutrients to watershed conditions across a mixed-use, water-supply watershed

Dow, C.L., D.B. Arscott, and J.D. Newbold. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):887–911.

Taxonomy and genetics of the parthenogenetic mayfly Centroptilum triangulifer and its sexual sister Centroptilum alamance (Ephemeroptera:Baetidae)

Funk, D.H., J.K. Jackson, and B.W. Sweeney. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(2):417–429.

Enhanced source-water monitoring for New York City: historical framework, political context, and project design

Blaine, J.G., B.W. Sweeney, and D.B. Arscott. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):851–866.

Enhanced source-water monitoring for New York City: summary and perspective

Sweeney, B.W., D.B. Arscott, C.L. Dow, J.G. Blaine, A.K. Aufdenkampe, T.L. Bott, J.K. Jackson, L.A. Kaplan, and J.D. Newbold. 2006. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25(4):1062–1067.

Ecosystem metabolism in Piedmont streams: reach geomorphology modulates the influence of riparian vegetation

Bott, T.L., J.D. Newbold, and D.B. Arscott. 2006. Ecosystems 9:398–421.

Biodegradable dissolved organic matter in a temperate and a tropical stream determined from ultra-high resolution mass spectrometry

Kim, S., L.A. Kaplan, and P.G. Hatcher. 2006. Limnology and Oceanography 51:1054–1063.

Long-term studies of aquatic invertebrates: frequency, duration, and ecological significance

Jackson, J.K., and L. Füreder. 2006. Freshwater Biology 51(3):591–603.

Measuring watershed health: training conservation planners how to use biophysical tools for monitoring streams in neo-tropical ecosystems

Sweeney, B.W., et al. 2006. Moore Foundation Peru Project Final Report. Stroud Water Research Center, Avondale, Pennsylvania.

Recurring seasonal dynamics of microbial communities in stream habitats

Hullar, M. A. J., L. A. Kaplan, and D. A. Stahl. 2006. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72:713–722.

Atlantic coast rivers of the northeastern United States

Jackson, J.K., A.D. Huryn, D.L. Strayer, D.L. Courtemanch, and B.W. Sweeney. 2005. Pages 21-71 in A.C. Benke and C.E. Cushing (editors). Rivers of North America. Academic Press, San Diego, California.

Deposition, benthic residence, and resuspension of fine organic particles in a mountain stream

Newbold, J.D., S.A. Thomas, G.W. Minshall, C.E. Cushing, and T. Georgian. 2005. Limnology and Oceanography 50:1571–1580.

Synthesis of 13C-labeled tracer for stream DOC: labeling tulip poplar carbon with 13CO2

Wiegner, T.N., L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, and P.H. Ostrom. 2005. Ecosystems 8:501–511.

Young organic matter as a source of carbon dioxide outgassing from Amazonian rivers

Mayorga, E., A.K. Aufdenkampe, C.A. Masiello, A.V. Krusche, J.I. Hedges, P.D. Quay, and J.E. Richey. 2005. Nature 436(7050):538–541.

Lateral organization of aquatic invertebrates along the continuum of a braided-floodplain river

Arscott, D.B., K. Tockner, J.V. Ward. 2005. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 24:934–945.

Scientific underpinnings of sediment quality guidelines

Bately, G.E., R.G. Stahl Jr., M.P. Babut, T.L. Bott, et al. 2005. Pages 39–119 in R.W. Wenning, G. Batley, C. Ingersoll, and D.W. Moore (editors). Use of sediment quality guidelines and related tools for the assessment of contaminated sediments. Proceedings from the Pellston Workshop on Use of Sediment Quality Gulidelines and Related Tools for the Assessment of Contaminated Sediments, Fairmont, Montana.

Fluctuations of dissolved organic matter in river used for drinking water and impacts on conventional treatment plant performance

Volk, C., L.A. Kaplan, J. Robinson, B. Johnson, L. Wood, H.W. Zhu, and M. LeChevallier. 2005. Environmental Science and Technology 39(11):4258–4264.

Efeitos das mudanças do uso da terra na biogeoquímica dos corpos d’água da bacia do rio Ji-Paraná Rondônia

Krusche, A.V., M.V.R. Ballester, R.L. Victoria, M.C. Bernardes, N.K. Leite, L. Hanada, R. Marcondes, D.dC. Victoria, A.M. Toledo, J.P. Ometto, M.Z. Moreira, B.M. Gomes, M.A. Bolson, S.G. Neto, N. Bonelli, L. Deegan, C. Neill, S. Thomas, A.K. Aufdenkampe, and J.E. Richey. 2005. Acta Amazônica 35(2):197–205.

Contribution of dissolved organic carbon to stream metabolism estimated with 13C-enriched tree tissue leachate

Wiegner, T.N.,L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, and P.H. Ostrom. 2005. Journal North American Benthological Society 24:48–67.

The role of organic matter in structuring microbial communities

Kaplan, L., M. Hullar, L. Sappelsa, D. Stahl, P. Hatcher, and S. Frazier. 2005. American Water Works Association, Denver, Colorado.

Molecular characterization of biodegradable dissolved organic matter using bioreactors and [12C/13C] tetramethylammonium hydroxide thermochemolysis GC-MS

Frazier, S.W., L.A. Kaplan, and P.G. Hatcher. 2005. Environmental Science and Technology 39:1479–1491.

Techniques for measuring biodegradable organic matter

Kaplan, L., F. Ribas, and D. Reasoner. 2005. In Biodegradable organic matter in drinking water treatment and distribution. Prevost et al.(editors). American Water Works Association, Denver, Colorado.

Hydrogen-deficient molecules in natural riverine water samples — evidence for the existence of black carbon in DOM

Kim, S., L.A. Kaplan, R. Benner, and P.G. Hatcher. 2004. Marine Chemistry 92:225–234.

Riparian deforestation, stream narrowing, and loss of stream ecosystem services

Sweeney, B.W., T.L. Bott, J.K. Jackson, L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, L.J. Standley, W.C. Hession, and R.J. Horwitz. 2004. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101(30):14132–14137.

Riverine organic matter composition as a function of land use changes, southwest Amazon

Bernardes, M.C., L.A. Martinelli, A.V. Krusche, J. Gudeman, M. Moreira, R.L. Victoria, J.P.H.B. Ometto, M.V.R. Ballester, A.K. Aufdenkampe, et al. 2004. Ecological Applications 14(4):S263–S279.

Riparian forest restoration: why each site needs an ecological prescription

Sweeney, B.W., and S.J. Czapka. 2004. Forest Ecology and Management 192:361–373.

Isotopic (13C) analysis of dissolved organic carbon in stream water samples using an elemental analyzer coupled to a stable isotope ratio mass spectrometer

Gandhi, H., T.N. Wiegner, P.H. Ostrom, L.A. Kaplan, N.E. Ostrom. 2004. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 18:903–906.

Assessment of TOC analytical accuracy

L.A. Kaplan. 2004. American Water Works Association, Denver, Colorado.

Spatio-temporal patterns of benthic invertebrates along the river continuum of a braided Alpine river

Arscott, D.B., K. Tockner, and J.V. Ward. 2003. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 158:431–460.

Contributions of microbial biofilms to ecosystem processes in stream mesocosms

Battin, T.J., L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, and C.E. Hansen. 2003b. Nature 426:439–442.

Sources and distribution of organic carbon and nitrogen in the Tagliamento River, Italy

Kaiser, E., D.B. Arscott, K. Tockner, and B. Sulzberger. 2004. Aquatic Sciences 66:103–116.

Characterization of organic matter from natural waters using tetramethylammonium hydroxide thermochemolysis GC-MS

Frazier, S.W., K.O. Nowack, K.M. Goins, F.S. Cannon, L.A. Kaplan, and P.G. Hatcher. 2003. Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis 70:99–128.

Where rivers are born: the scientific imperative for defending small streams and wetlands

Meyer, J.L., L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, D.L. Strayer, C.J. Woltemade, J.B. Zedler, R. Beilfuss, Q. Carpenter, R. Semlitsch, M.C. Watzin, and P.H. Zedler. 2003. Published by Sierra Club and American Rivers.

Simultaneous analyses of neutral carbohydrates and amino sugars in freshwaters with HPLC-PAD

Cheng, X., and L. A. Kaplan. 2003. Journal of Chromatographic Science 41:434–438.

Effects of current velocity on the nascent architecture of stream microbial biofilms

Battin, T.J., L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, X. Cheng, and C. Hansen. 2003c. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 63:5443–5452.

The Tagliamento River: a model ecosystem of European importance

Tockner, K., J.V. Ward, D.B. Arscott, P.J. Edwards, J. Kollmann, A.M. Gurnell, G.E. Petts, B. Maiolini. 2003. Aquatic Sciences 65:239–253.

Habitat structure and Trichoptera diversity in two headwater flood plains, N.E. Italy

Arscott, D.B., B. Keller, K. Tockner, and J.V. Ward. 2003. International Review of Hydrobiology 88:255–273.

Dietary and stable isotope (δ 13C, δ 15N) analyses in alpine stream insects

Füreder, L., C. Welter, and J.K. Jackson. 2003. International Review of Hydrobiology 88:314–331.

A mixing model analysis of stream solute dynamics and the contribution of a hyporheic zone to ecosystem function

Battin, T.J., L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, and S.P. Hendricks. 2003a. Freshwater Biology 48:995–1014.

Coupling of hydrodynamical, biological, and geochemical processes in streambeds

Packman, A.I., T.J. Battin, and J.D. Newbold. 2003. Archives of Hydro-Engineering and Environmental Mechanics 50:107–123.

Dissolved organic carbon measurement using a modified high temperature DOC analyzer

Peterson, M.L., A.K. Aufdenkampe, S. Lang and J.I. Hedges. 2003. Marine Chemistry 81(1–2):89–104.

Comparison of corn pollen and natural fine particulate matter transport in streams: can pollen be used as a seston surrogate?

Georgian, T., J.D. Newbold, S.A. Thomas, M.T. Monaghan, G.W. Minshall, and C.E. Cushing. 2003. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 22:2–15.

Dietary and stable isotope (δ 13C, δ 15N) analyses in alpine Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera

Füreder, L., C. Welter, and J.K. Jackson. 2003. Dietary and stable isotope (δ13C, δ15N) analyses in alpine Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera. Pages 39-46 in E. Gaino (editor). Research Update on Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera. University of  Perugia, Perugia, Italy.

Aquatic habitat dynamics along a braided alpine river ecosystem (Tagliamento River, Northeast Italy)

Arscott, D.B., K. Tockner, D. van der Nat, and J.V. Ward. 2002. Ecosystems 5:802–814.

The role of monomers in stream ecosystem metabolism

Kaplan, L.A., and J.D. Newbold. 2002. Pages 97–119 in S. E. G. Findlay and R. L. Sinsabaugh (editors). Aquatic Ecosystems — Interactivity of Dissolved Organic Matter. Academic Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Riparian forest restoration: increasing success by reducing plant competition and herbivory

Sweeney, B.W., S.J. Czapka, and T. Yerkes. 2002. Restoration Ecology 10(2):1–9.

Effects of Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis on black flies and nontarget macroinvertebrates and fish in a large river

Jackson, J.K., R.J. Horwitz, and B.W. Sweeney. 2002. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131:910–930.

Monitoring dissolved organic carbon in surface and drinking waters

Volk, C., L. Wood, B. Johnson, J. Robinson, H.W. Zhu, L. Kaplan. 2002. Journal of Environmental Monitoring 4(1):43–47.

Assessment of relative accuracy in the determination of organic matter concentrations in aquatic systems

Aiken, G., L.A. Kaplan, and J. Weishaar. 2002. Journal of Environmental Monitoring. 4:70–74.

The influence of particle size on the deposition of seston in streams

Thomas, S.A., J.D. Newbold, M.T. Monaghan, G.W. Minshall, T. Georgian, and C.E. Cushing. 2001. Limnology and Oceanography 46:1425–1424.

The influence of filter-feeding benthic macroinvertebrates on the transport and deposition of particulate organic matter and diatoms in two streams

Monaghan, M.T., S.A. Thomas, G.W. Minshall, J.D. Newbold, and C.E. Cushing. 2001. Limnology and Oceanography 46:1091–1099.

Physical factors influencing fine organic particle transport and deposition in streams

Minshall, G.W., S.A. Thomas, J.D. Newbold, M.T. Monaghan, and C.E. Cushing. 2000. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 18:1–16.

Improved analysis of dissolved carbohydrates in stream water

Cheng, X., and L. A. Kaplan. 2001. Analytical Chemistry 73:458–461.

Molecular tracers of organic matter sources to surface water resources

Standley, L.J., L.A. Kaplan, and D. Smith. 2000. Environmental Science and Technology 34:3124–3130.

Comparison of three TOC methodologies

Kaplan, L. A. 2000. A broad-scale comparison of DOC methodologies. Journal of the American Water Works Association 92:149–156.

The effect of formalin and Lugol’s iodine solution on protozoal cell volume

Zinabu, G.M., and T.L. Bott. 2000. Limnologica 30:59–63.

Freshwater Microbiology

Kaplan, L.A.<,strong>, and A.E. Konopka. 2000. Pages 438–450 in J. Lederberg (editor). Encyclopedia of microbiology. 2nd edition. Academic Press, San Diego, California.

Courtship role reversal and deceptive signals in the long-tailed dance fly, Rhamphomyia longicauda

Funk, D.H., and D.W. Tallamy. 2000. Animal Behaviour 59(2):411–421.

Surface and subsurface dissolved organic carbon

Kaplan, L.A., and J.D. Newbold. 2000. Pages 237–258 in J.B. Jones and P.J. Mulholland (editors). Streams and ground waters. Academic Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Paired comparisons of effects of type of riparian vegetation on stream fishes: implications for restoration

Horwitz, R.J., W.C. Hession, and B.W. Sweeney. 2000. American Water Resources Association 197–202.

Grazing of protozoa, bacteria, and diatoms by meiofauna in lotic epibenthic communities

Bott, T.L., and M.A. Borchardt. 1999. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 18(4):499–513.

Long-term movements of self-marked caddisfly larvae (Trichoptera: Sericostomatidae) in a coastal mountain stream, California, USA

Jackson, J.K., E.P. McElravy, and V.H. Resh. 1999. Freshwater Biology 42(3):525–536.

Review of tropical Asian streams: Zoobenthos, ecology and conservation by D. Dudgeon

Jackson, J.K. 1999. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 18:427–428.

The role of microorganisms in the ecological connectivity of running waters

Pusch, M., D. Fiebig, I. Brettar, H. Eisenmann, B.K. Ellis, L.A. Kaplan, M.A. Lock, M.W. Naegeli, and W. Traunspurger. 1998. Freshwater Biology 40(3):453–495.

Structure and function of stream biota

Jackson, J.K. 1998. In Stream corridor restoration: principles, processes and practices. Federal Interagency Stream Restoration Working Group, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, PB98-158348LUW.

Isolation and analysis of lignin-derived phenols in aquatic humic substances: improvements on the procedures

Standley, L.J., and L.A. Kaplan. 1998. Organic Geochemistry 28(11):689–697.

Dissolved carbohydrate concentration, composition, and bioavailability to microbial heterotrophs in stream water

Gremm, T.J., and L.A. Kaplan. 1998. CLEAN–Soil, Air, Water 26(3):167–171.

Effects of trifluoroacetate, an atmospheric breakdown product of hydrofluorocarbon refrigerants, on acetate metabolism by freshwater benthic microbial communities

Bott, T.L., and L.J. Standley. 1998. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 60(3):472–479.

Trifluoroacetate, an atmospheric breakdown product of hydrofluorocarbon refrigerants: biomolecular fate in aquatic organisms

Standley, L.J., and T.L. Bott. 1998. Environmental Science and Technology 32:469–475.

Method of determining the effect of a test substance on a clone of a Centroptilum triangulifer mayfly

Sweeney, B.W., D.H. Funk, and L.J. Standley. 1997. US Patent 5,665,555.

Water quality functions of riparian forest buffer systems in the Chesapeake Bay Watersheds

Lowrance, R., L.S. Altier, J.D. Newbold, R.R. Schnabel, P.M. Groffman, J.M. Denver, D.L. Correll, J.W. Gilliam, J.L. Robinson, R.B. Brinsfield, K.W. Staver, W.C. Lucas, and A.H. Todd. 1997. Environmental Management 21:687–712.

Turbulent transport of suspended particles and dispersing benthic organisms: how long to hit bottom?

McNair, J.N., J.D. Newbold, and D.D. Hart. 1997. Journal of Theoretical Biology 188:29–52.

Organic matter dynamics in White Clay Creek, Pennsylvania, USA

Newbold, J.D., T.L. Bott, L.A. Kaplan, B.W. Sweeney, and R.L. Vannote. 1997. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 16:46–50.

Dissolved carbohydrates in streamwater determined by HPLC and pulsed amperometric detection

Gremm, T.J., and L.A. Kaplan. 1997. Limnology and Oceanography 42(2):385–393.

Chemical composition of biodegradable dissolved organic matter in streamwater

Volk, C.J., Volk, C.B., and L.A. Kaplan. 1997. Limnology and Oceanography 42(1):39–44.

Biology of Gumaga nigricula (McL.) in a northern California stream

Resh, V.H., J.R. Wood, E.A. Bergey, J.W. Feminella, J.K. Jackson, and E.P. McElravy. 1997. Pages 401–410 in Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium on Trichoptera. Ohio Biological Survey.

An evaluation of techniques for measuring periphyton metabolism in chambers

Bott, T.L., J.T. Brock, A. Baattrup-Pedersen, P. Chambers, W.K. Dodds, K. Himbeault, J.R. Lawrence, D. Planas, E. Snyder, and G.M. Wolfaardt. 1997. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 54:715–725.

Measurement of streamwater biodegradable dissolved organic carbon with a plug-flow bioreactor

Kaplan, L.A., and J.D. Newbold. 1995. Water Research 29(12):2696–2706.

Water quality functions of riparian forest buffer systems in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Lowrance, R., L.S. Altier, J.D. Newbold, et al. 1995. Chesapeake Bay Program Technology Transfer Report. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA 903-R-95-004 CBP/TRS 134/95.

Impact on water quality of high and low density applications of spent mushroom substrate to agricultural lands

Kaplan, L.A., L.J. Standley, and J.D. Newbold. 1995. Compost Science and Utilization 3:55–63.

Organochlorine pesticides in stream mayflies and terrestrial vegetation of undisturbed tropical catchments exposed to long-range atmospheric transport

Standley, L.J., and B.W. Sweeney. 1995. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 14:38–49.

Research in tropical streams and rivers: introduction to a series of papers

Jackson, J.K., and B.W. Sweeney. 1995. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 14:2–4.

Present status and future directions of tropical stream research

Jackson, J.K., and B.W. Sweeney. 1995. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 14:5–11.

Concentrations and export of solutes from six mountain streams in northwestern Costa Rica

Newbold, J.D., B.W. Sweeney, J.K. Jackson, and L.A. Kaplan. 1995. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 14:21–37.

Egg and larval development times for 35 species of tropical stream insects from Costa Rica

Jackson, J.K., and B.W. Sweeney. 1995. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 14:115–130.

Semivoltinism, seasonal emergence, and adult size variation in a tropical stream mayfly (Euthyplocia hecuba)

Sweeney, B.W., J.K. Jackson, and D.H. Funk. 1995. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 14(1):131–146.

Maternal transfer of chlordane and its metabolites to the eggs of a stream mayfly Centroptilum triangulifer

Standley, L.J., B.W. Sweeney, and D.H. Funk. 1994. Environmental Science & Technology 28(12):2105–2111.

The larvae of Eastern North American Eurylophella Tiensuu (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae)

Funk, D.H., and B.W. Sweeney. 1994. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 120(3):209–286.

A model for seasonal synchrony in stream mayflies

Newbold, J.D., B.W. Sweeney, and R.L. Vannote. 1994. Journal North American Benthological Society 13:3–18.

A survey of BOM in US drinking waters

Kaplan, L.A., D.J. Reasoner, and E.W. Rice. 1994. Journal of the American Water Works Association 86(2):121–132.

Transport of Bacillus thuringiensis var. israelensis and its effect on drift and benthic densities of nontarget macroinvertebrates in the Susquehanna River, northern Pennsylvania

Jackson, J.K., B.W. Sweeney, T.L. Bott, J.D. Newbold, and L.A .Kaplan. 1994. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 51:295–314.

An immobilized biofilm reactor for the measurement of biodegradable organic matter in drinking water: validation and field test

Kaplan, L.A., F. Ribas, J.-C. Joret, C. Volk, J. Frias, and F. Lucena. 1993. Pages  1457–1475 in Proceedings of the Water Quality Technology Conference, Miami, Florida.

Transport dynamics of fine particulate organic matter in two Idaho streams

Cushing, C.E., G.W. Minshall, and J.D. Newbold. 1993. Limnology and Oceanography. 38:1101–1115.

Effects of streamside vegetation on macroinvertebrate communities of White Clay Creek in eastern North America

Sweeney, B. W. 1993. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 144:291–340.

Evaluation and simplification of the assimilable organic carbon nutrient bioassay for bacterial growth in drinking water

Kaplan, L.A., T.L. Bott, and D.J. Reasoner. 1993. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59(5):1532–1539.

Development of a rapid assimilable organic carbon method for water

LeChevallier, M.W., N.E. Shaw, L.A. Kaplan, and T.L. Bott. 1993. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 59:1526–1531.

Rapid assessment approaches in benthic macroinvertebrate biomonitoring studies

Resh, V.H., and J.K. Jackson. 1993. Pages 195-233 in D.M. Rosenberg and V.H. Resh (editors). Freshwater biomonitoring and benthic macroinvertebrates. Chapman and Hall, New York, New York.

Use of the stream mayfly Cloeon triangulifer as a bioassay organism: life history response and body burden following exposure to technical chlordane

Sweeney, B.W., D.H. Funk, and L.J. Standley. 1993. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 12(1):115–125.

Sources and biogeochemistry of terrestrial dissolved organic carbon entering streams

Kaplan, L.A., and J.D. Newbold. 1993. Pages 139–165 in T.E. Ford (editor). Aquatic microbiology: an ecological approach. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, England.

Cycles and spirals of nutrients

Newbold, J.D. 1992. Pages 379–408 in P. Calow and G.E. Petts (editors). The rivers handbook, volume 1: hydrological and ecological principles. Blackwell Scientific, Oxford, England.

Evaluation of utility laboratory personnel performance of a standardized AOC technique

Kaplan, L.A., M.W. LeChevallier, and T.L. Bott. 1992. Pages 1169–1185 in Proceedings of Water Quality Technology Conference, Orlando, Florida.

Assessment of [3H]thymidine incorporation into DNA as a method to determine bacterial productivity in streambed sediments

Kaplan, L.A., T.L. Bott, and J.K. Bielicki. 1992. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 58:3614–3621.

Habitat specific differences in persistence and effects of introduced cellulolytic bacteria used as surrogates for GEMS

Bott, T.L., and L.A. Kaplan. 1992. Pages 135–139 in J.E. Harvey (editor). Proceedings of the 4th Investigators meeting for EPA’s Biotechnology-Biological Control Agent Risk Assessment Research Program, Report No. EPA/600/R-92/147. U.S. EPA. Gulf Breeze, Florida.

Climate change and the life histories and biogeography of aquatic insects in eastern North America

Sweeney, B.W., J.K. Jackson, J.D. Newbold, and D.H. Funk. 1992. Pages 143–176 in Firth and S. G. Fisher (editors). Global climate change and freshwater ecosystems. Springer-Verlag, New York, New York.

A survey of assimilable organic carbon, biodegradable organic carbon, and coliform growth response in drinking waters throughout the United States

Kaplan, L.A., D.J. Reasoner, E.W. Rice, and T.L. Bott. 1992. Revue des Sciences de l’Eau 5:207–224.

Use of cellulose acetate electrophoresis to examine the population genetics of the caddisfly Helicopsyche borealis

Jackson, J.K., and V.H. Resh. 1991. Internationale Vereinigung fur Theoretische und angewandte Limnologie, Verhandlungen 24:2903–2907.

Periodicity of mate attraction and flight activity of adult caddisflies (Trichoptera)

Jackson, J.K., and V.H. Resh. 1991. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 10:198–209.

Use of 14C label to study fine particulate organic matter dynamics in flowing water

Newbold, J.D., C.E. Cushing, and G.W. Minshall. 1991. Pages 493–501 in R.A. Baker (editor). Organic substances and sediments in water, volume 2. Processes and analytical. Lewis Publishers, Chelsea, Michigan.

Potential for protozoan grazing of bacteria in streambed sediments

Bott, T.L., and L.A. Kaplan. 1990. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 9:336–345.

Cellulolytic bacteria as surrogates for genetically engineered microorganisms: microcosm studies of persistence and effects in streambed sediments

Bott, T.L., and L.A. Kaplan. 1990. Pages 139–143 in ORD Biotechnology Risk Assessment Program (editor). Review of Progress in the Biotechnology-Microbial Pest Control Agent Risk Assessment Program, Report No. EPA/600/9-90/029. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C.

Electrophoretic analysis of species boundaries and phylogenetic relationships in some taeniopterygid stoneflies (Plecoptera)

Funk, D.H., and B.W. Sweeney. 1990. Transactions of the American Entomological Society 116(3):727–751.

Concepts and methods for assessing solute dynamics in stream ecosystems

Stream Solute Workshop. 1990. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 9(2):95–119.

Nutrients for bacterial growth in drinking water: bioassay evaluation

Kaplan, L.A., and T.L. Bott. 1990. EPA Report No. EPA/600/S2-89/030. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Cincinnati, Ohio.

Disturbance, annual variability, and lotic benthos: examples from a California stream influenced by a Mediterranean climate

Resh, V.H., Jackson, J.K., and McElravy, E.P. 1990. Pages 309-329 in R. de Bernardi, G. Giussani, and L. Barbanti (editors). Scientific perspectives in theoretical and applied limnology. Memorie dell’Istituto Italiano di Idrobiologia 47.

Modifications to simplify an AOC bioassay for routine use by utilities monitoring bacterial regrowth potential in water distribution systems

Kaplan, L.A., and T.L. Bott. 1990. Pages 1031–1042 in Proceedings Water Quality Technology Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Science in pictures: the mating of tree crickets

Funk, D.H. 1989. Scientific American 261(2):50–59.

Protein relationships among titmice (Parus)

Gill, F.B., D.H. Funk, and B. Silverin. 1989. The Wilson Bulletin 101(2):182–197.

Densities of benthic protozoa and nematodes in a piedmont stream

Bott, T.L., and L.A. Kaplan. 1989. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 8:187–196.

Measurement of assimilable organic carbon in water distribution systems by a simplified bioassay technique

Kaplan, L.A., and T.L. Bott. 1989. Pages 475–498 in Proceedings Water Quality Technology Conference, St. Louis, Missouri. 

Electrophoretic study of Eastern North American Eurylophella (Ephemeroptera: Ephemerellidae) with the discovery of morphologically cryptic species

Funk, D.H., B.W. Sweeney, and R.L. Vannote. 1988. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 81(2):174–186.

Genetic variation in stream mayfly (Insecta: Ephemeroptera) populations in eastern North America

Sweeney. B.W., D.H. Funk, and R.L. Vannote. 1987. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 80:600–612.

Geographic parthenogenesis in the stream mayfly Eurylophella funeralis in eastern North America

Sweeney, B.W., and R.L. Vannote. 1987. Holarctic Ecology 10:52–59.

Phosphorus spiralling in rivers and river-reservoir systems: implications of a model

Newbold, J.D. 1987. Pages 303–327 in J.F. Craig and J.B. Kemper (editors). Regulated streams. Springer, Boston, Massachusetts.

Population genetic structure of two mayflies (Ephemerella subvaria, Eurylophella verisimilis) in the Delaware River drainage basin

Sweeney, B.W., D.H. Funk, and R.L. Vannote. 1986. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 5(4):253-262.

Growth and production of a stream stonefly

Sweeney, B.W., and R.L. Vannote. 1986. Ecology 67:1396–1410.

Effects of temperature and food quality on growth and development of a mayfly, Leptophlebia intermedia

Sweeney, B.W., R.L. Vannote, and P.J. Dodds. 1986. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 43:12–18.

Larval feeding and growth rate of the stream cranefly Tipula abdominalis in gradients of temperature and nutrition

Vannote, R.L., and B.W. Sweeney. 1985. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 137:119–128.

Acclimation of stream-bed heterotrophic microflora: metabolic responses to dissolved organic matter

Kaplan, L.A., and T.L. Bott. 1985. Freshwater Biology 15:479–492.

Phosphorus spiralling in a woodland stream: seasonal variations

Mulholland, P.J., J.D. Newbold, J.W. Elwood, L.A. Ferren, and J.R. Webster. 1985. Ecology 66:1012–1023.

Effect of a leaf shredding invertebrate on organic matter dynamics and phosphorus spiralling in heterotrophic laboratory streams

Mulholland, P.J., J.W. Elwood, J.D. Newbold, and L.A. Ferren. 1985. Oecologia 66(2):199–206.

Adenylate energy charge in streambed sediments

Kaplan, L.A., and T.L. Bott. 1985. Freshwater Biology 15:133–138.

Benthic bacterial biomass supported by streamwater dissolved organic matter

Bott, T.L., L.A. Kaplan, and F.T. Kuserk. 1984. Microbial Ecology 10:335–344.

Factors influencing life history patterns of aquatic insects

Sweeney, B.W. 1984. Pages 56–100 in V.H. Resh and D. Rosenberg (editors). Ecology of aquatic insects. Praeger Scientific Publishers, New York, New York.

In situ measures of dissolved organic carbon flux in a rural stream

Kuserk, F.T., L.A. Kaplan, and T.L. Bott. 1984. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 41:964–973.

Microbial heterotrophic utilization of dissolved organic matter in a piedmont stream

Kaplan, L.A., and T.L. Bott. 1983. Freshwater Biology 13:363–377.

Diel fluctuations of DOC generated by algae in a piedmont stream

Kaplan, L.A., and T.L. Bott. 1982. Limnology and Oceanography 27:1091–1100.

Population synchrony in mayflies: a predator satiation hypothesis

Sweeney, B.W., and R.L. Vannote. 1982. Evolution 36:810–821.

Patterns of dissolved organic carbon in transport

Kaplan, L.A., R.A. Larson, and T.L. Bott. 1980. Limnology and Oceanography 25:1034–1043.

Life history, developmental processes, and energetics of the burrowing mayfly Dolania americana

Harvey R.S., R.L. Vannote, and B.W. Sweeney. 1980. Pages 211–230 in J.F. Flannagan and K.E. Marshall (editors). Advances in Ephemeroptera biology. Springer, Boston, Massachusetts.

Biology, ecophysiology, and energetics of Sigara alternata (Say) in White Clay Creek

Schnack, J.A., B.W. Sweeney, and R.L. Vannote. 1978. Physis Sección B 37(93):89–98.

Bioenergetic and developmental response of a mayfly to thermal variation

Sweeney, B.W. 1978. Limnology and Oceanography 23(3):461–477.