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  • Beatty, W. S., D. C. Kesler, E. B. Webb, L. W. Naylor, A. H. Raedeke, D. D. Humburg, J.M Coluccy, and G.J. Soulliere. How will predicted land use change affect waterfowl spring stopover ecology? Inferences from an agent-based model
  • Whitney, J., J. Whittier, C. Paukert, J. Olden, and A. Strecker. Submitted. The influence of fish traits on forcasted range shifts of arid-land fishes in response to climate change. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries.
  • Myers, B.E., Lynch, A.J., Bunnell, D.B., Chu, C., Falke, J.A., Kovach, R.P., Krabbenhoft, T.J., Kwak, T.J., and C.P. Paukert. 2017. Global synthesis of the projected and documented effects of climate change on inland fishes. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27:339–361.DOI 10.1007/s11160-017-9476-z
  • Lynch, A.J., R.G. Asch, W.W.L. Cheung, C.P. Paukert, R.R. Rykaczewski, W.H.H. Sauer. 2017. Impacts of climate change on marine and inland fishes and fisheries: looking back and moving forward. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. IP-085562.
  • Paukert, C. P., and 11 coauthors. Designing a global assessment of climate change on inland fish and fisheries: knowns and needs. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries.
  • O’Daniels, S.D., D.C. Kesler, J.D. Mihail, E.B. Webb and S.J. Werner. 2017. Functional visual sensitivity to ultraviolet wavelengths in the Pileated Woodpecker (Dryocopus pileatus) and its influence on foraging substrate. Physiology & Behavior 174:144-154.
  • Daniel, W., N. Sievert, D. Infante, J. Whittier, J. Stewart, C. Paukert, and K. Herreman. 2017. A decision support mapper for conserving stream fish habitats of the Northeast Climate Science Center region. Final Report to the US Geological Survey, Northeast Climate Science Center, Amherst, MA.
  • Anderson, K., D. Chapman, T. Wynne, and C. Paukert. 2017. Assessment of phytoplankton resources suitable for bigheaded carps in Lake Michigan derived from remote sensing and bioenergetics. Journal of Great Lakes Research.
  • Wagner, T. J.B. Whittier, J.T. DeWeber, S.R. Midway, and C.P. Paukert. 2017. Annual changes in seasonal river water temperatures in the eastern and western United States. Water 9(2), 90; doi:10.3390/w9020090
  • Whitney, J., J. Whittier, and C. Paukert. 2017. Environmental niche models for native and nonnative fishes in an arid-land riverscape and their similarity according to phylogeny and functionality. Ecosphere DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.1658.
  • Laske, SM, AE Rosenberger, WJ Kane, MS Wipfli, CE Zimmerman. 2017. Top-down control of invertebrates by Ninespine Stickleback in Arctic ponds. Freshwater Biology DOI: 10.1086/690675.
  • Midway, S.R., T. Wagner, J.D. Zydlewski, B.J. Irwin, and C.P. Paukert. 2016. Transboundary Fisheries Science: Meeting the Challenges of Inland Fisheries Management in the 21st Century. Fisheries 41:537-546.  | Download  | 
  • DiStefano, R.J., J.T. Westhoff, C.W. Ames, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2016. Life history of the vulnerable endemic crayfish Cambarus (erebicambarus) maculatus (Decapoda: Cambaridae) in Missouri. USA. Journal of Crustacean Biology 36:615-627.
  • Bouska, K., G. Lindner, C. Paukert, and R. Jacobson. 2016. Stakeholder-led science: engaging resource managers to identify science needs for long-term management of floodplain conservation lands. Ecology and Society 21(3):12
  • Breeggemann, J.J., M. A. Kaemingk, T. J. DeBates, C. P. Paukert, J. R. Krause, A. P. Letvin, T. M. Stevens, D. W. Willis, and S. R. Chipps. 2016. Potential direct and indirect effects of climate change on a shallow natural lake fish assemblage. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 25:487-499.
  • Lynch, A. J., and 10 coauthors. 2016. Climate change effects on North American inland fish populations, assemblages, and aquatic communities. Fisheries 346-361.
  • J. Whitney, R. Al-Chokhachy, D. Bunnell, C. Caldwell, S. Cooke, E. Eliason, M.Rogers, A. J. Lynch, C. Paukert. 2016. Physiological basis of climate change impacts
    on North American inland fish. Fisheries. 41(7): 332-345.
  • Whitney, J. E., and 8 coauthors. 2016. Mechanistic basis of climate change impacts on the physiology of North American inland fishes. Fisheries 41:332-345.
  • Paukert, C. P., and 8 coauthors. 2016. Adapting fisheries management to a changing climate. Fisheries 41:374-384.
  • Hunt, L. and and 8 coauthors. 2016. Identifying multiple pathways for climate change to impact inland recreational fishers. Fisheries 41:362-373.
  • Kaemingk, M.A., J. C. Jolley, C. P. Paukert, D. W. Willis, R. S. Holland, G. A. Wanner, and M. Lindvall. 2016. Common carp disrupt ecosystem structure and function through middle-out effects. Marine and Freshwater Research.
  • Neuswanger, J, Wipfli, MS, Rosenberger, AE, and Hughes NF. 2016. Measuring fish and their habitats: Versatile 2-D and 3-D video techniques with user-friendly software. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 10.1139/cjfas-2016-0010.
  • Sievert, N., C. Paukert, Y. Psang, and D. Infante. 2016. Development and Assessment of an Index to Determine Stream Fish Vulnerability to Climate Change and Habitat Degradation. Ecological Indicators.
  • Westhoff, J. and A.E. Rosenberger. 2016. A global review of freshwater crayfish thermal ecology. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 26:329-349.
  • Laske, S, T Haynes, A Rosenberger, J Koch, M Wipfli, M Whitman, C Zimmerman. 2016. Surface water connectivity structures Arctic lake fish assemblages: Influence of local and regional drivers. Freshwater Biology 61:1090-1104.
  • Stafford, J. D., A. K. Janke, E. B. Webb, and S. R. Chipps. 2016. Invertebrates in Managed Waterfowl Marshes. Pages 565-600 in D. Batzer and D. Boix, editors. Invertebrates in Freshwater Wetlands: An international perspective on their ecology. Springer.
  • Dinges, A.J., E.B. Webb and M.P. Vrtiska. Effects of the Light Goose Conservation Order on waterfowl behavior and energy expenditure during spring migration. Wildlife Society Bulletin 40:694-704
  • Klymus, K., C. Richter, D. Chapman, and C. Paukert. A reply to Iversen et al.’s comment Monitoring of animal abundance by environmental DNA - an increasingly obscure perspective. Biological Conservation.
  • Beatty, W. S., E. B. Webb, D. C. Kesler, L. W. Naylor, A. H. Raedeke, D. D. Humburg, J.M Coluccy, and G.J. Soulliere. 2015. An empirical test of a continental management strategy: do landscape energetic models predict waterfowl space use during the non-breeding period? Journal of Wildlife Management
  • Rosenberger, A.E., J.B. Dunham, J. Neuswanger, and S. Railsback. 2015. Legacy effects of wildfire on stream thermal regimes and rainbow trout ecology. Freshwater Science 34:1571-1584.
  • Haynes, T., J. Schmutz, J.F. Bromaghin, S.J. Iverson, V.M. Padula, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2015. Diet of yellow-billed loons in Arctic lakes during the nesting season inferred from fatty acid analysis. Polar Biology 38:1239-1247.
  • Spurgeon, J., C. Paukert, B. Healy, M. Trammell, D. Speas, and E. Omana-Smith. 2015. Translocation of Humpback Chub into tributary streams of the Colorado River: implications for conservation of large-river fishes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144:502-514.
  • Foley, K., A.E. Rosenberger, and F. Mueter. 2015. Effectiveness of low-effort, single-pass backpack electrofisher use for estimation of juvenile coho salmon abundance in Alaskan headwater streams. Fisheries Science 81: 601-610.
  • Neuswanger, J, M Wipfli, M Evenson, N Hughes, A Rosenberger. 2015. High summer stream discharge strongly correlates with low productivity of stream-type Chinook salmon in two Alaskan rivers in the Yukon drainage. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72:1125-1137.
  • Klymus, K., C. A. Richter, D. Chapman, and C. Paukert. 2015. Quantification of eDNA shedding rates from invasive bighead carp Hypophthalmichthys nobilis and silver carp Hypophthalmichthys molitrix. Biological Conservation 183:77-84.
  • Anderson, K., D. Chapman, T. Wynne, K. Masagounder, and C. Paukert. Algal blooms in Lake Erie and implications for bigheaded carp invasion. Journal of Great Lakes Research
  • Anderson, K., D. Chapman, T. Wynne, and C. Paukert. Algal blooms in Lake Erie and implications for bigheaded carp invasion. Journal of Great Lakes Research
  • Dinges, A.J., E.B. Webb and M.P. Vrtiska. 2015. Effects of the Light Goose Conservation Order on non-target waterfowl distribution during spring migration. Wildlife Biology 21:88-97.
  • Tapp, J.L. and E.B. Webb. 2015. Aquatic invertebrate response to habitat management at Wetland Reserve Program easements in the lower Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Wetlands 35:183-192.
  • Dinges, A.J., E.B. Webb, M.P. Vrtiska, C.H. Nilon, and S.A. Wilhelm Stanis. 2014. Migratory bird hunter opinions regarding future management strategies for controlling light goose populations. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:728-733.
  • Davis, J.B., L. Webb, R.M. Kaminski, P.J. Barbour, and F.J. Vilella. 2014. Ecological assessment of the Migratory Bird Habitat Initiative following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Southeastern Naturalist 13(4): G66-G81.  | Abstract | 
  • Dembowski, D., L. Pierce, and C. Paukert. 2014. Perspective of the Student Subsection and Education Section on the use of aquaponics in the classroom. Fisheries 39(11):530.
  • Westhoff, J., and C. Paukert. Climate change simulations predict altered biotic response in a thermally heterogeneous stream system. PLoS One.
  • Westhoff, J., C. Paukert, et. al. 2014. Behavioral thermoregulation and bioenergetics of riverine smallmouth bass associated with ambient cold-period thermal refuge. Ecology of Freshwater Fish DOI: 10.1111/eff.12192.
  • Williams, C.K., B.D. Dugger, M.G. Brasher, J.M. Coluccy, D.M. Cramer, J.M. Eadie,M.J. Gray. H.H. Hagy, M. Livolsi, S.R. McWilliams, M. Petrie, G.J. Soulliere, J.M. Tirpak and E.B. Webb. 2014. Estimating energetic carrying capacity for migrating and wintering waterfowl: Considerations, pitfalls and improvements. Wildfowl 4:407-435.
  • Kesler, D.C., A.H Raedeke, J.R. Foggia, W.S. Beatty, E.B. Webb, D.D. Humburg, and LW. Naylor. 2014. Effects of satellite transmitters on captive and free-ranging mallards. Wildlife Society Bulletin 38:557-565.
  • Spurgeon, J., C. Paukert, D. Whiting, B. Healy, and C. Kelley. 2014. Can translocated native fishes retain their trophic niche when confronted with a resident invasive? Ecology of Freshwater Fish.
  • Pease, A., and C. Paukert. 2014. Potential impacts of climate change on growth and prey consumption of stream-dwelling smallmouth bass in the central United States. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 23:336-346.
  • Fischer, J., C. Paukert, and M. Daniels. 2014. Influence of Riparian and Watershed Alterations on Sandbars in a Great Plains River. River Research and Applications DOI: 10.1002/rra.2811.  | Abstract | 
  • Whiting, D. P., C. P. Paukert, B. D. Healy, and J. J. Spurgeon. 2014. Prey availability and food web dynamics of nonnative trout in a Colorado River tributary, Grand Canyon. Freshwater Science 33:872-884.
  • Haynes, T.B., A.E. Rosenberger, M.S. Lindberg, M. Whitman, and J.A. Schmutz. 2014. Environmental influences on lake occupancy patterns provide insight to life history strategies of Arctic fish. Freshwater Biology 59:1884-1896.
  • Beatty, W.S., D.C. Kesler, E.B. Webb, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2014. The role of protected area wetlands in waterfowl habitat conservation: implications for protected area network design. Biological Conservation 176:144-152.
  • Fowler, D. N. S.L. King, and D. C. Weindorf. 2014. Evaluating Abiotic Influences on Soil Salinity of Inland Managed Wetlands and Agricultural Croplands in a Semi-Arid Environment. Wetlands 34:1229-1239.
  • Paukert, C. 2014. Paddlefish. Pages 105-106 in Fishes of Kansas, 3rd edition. University Press of Kansas, Lawrence.
  • Haynes, T.B., J.A. Schmutz, M.S. Lindberg, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2014. Risk of predation and weather events affect nest site selection by sympatric yellow-billed and Pacific loons in Arctic habitats. Waterbirds 37:16-25.
  • Beatty, W.S., E.B. Webb, D.C. Kesler, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2014. Landscape effects on mallard habitat selection at multiple scales during the non-breeding season. Landscape Ecology 29:989-1000.
  • Haynes, T.B., J.A. Schmutz, M.S. Lindberg, K.G. Write, B.D. Uher-Koch, and A.E. Rosenberger. In press. Occupancy of yellow-billed and Pacific loons: evidence for interspecific competition and habitat-mediated co-occurrence. Journal of Avian Biology. 45: 296–304.
  • Neuswanger, J, Wipfli MS, Rosenberger AE, Hughes NF. Mechanisms of drift-feeding behavior in juvenile Chinook salmon and the role of inedible debris in a clear-water Alaskan stream. Environmental Biology of Fishes 97:489-503.
  • Parker, D., J.T. Anderson, C. Rhett Jackson, B.Miller, and A. Rosenberger. 2014. Grand Challenge: Water In Association of Public and Land-grant Universities, Board on Natural Resources and Board on Oceans, Atmosphere, and Climate, "Science, Education and Outreach Roadmap for Natural Resources," An electronic version of this publication is available here: http://hdl.handle.net/1957/47169
  • Gerken, J., and C. Paukert. 2013. Fish Community and Habitat Factors Associated with the Distribution of Topeka Shiner (Notropis topeka) in Kansas Streams. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 28:503-516.
  • Staudt, A., A. K. Leidner, J. Howard, K. A. Brauman, J. Dukes, L. Hansen, C. Paukert, J. Sabo, L. A. Solórzano. Adding Fuel to the Fire: Interactions of Climate Change with Other Environmental Stressors. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11(9): 494-501.
  • Hoem Neher, T., A.E. Rosenberger, C.E. Zimmerman, C.M. Walker, and S.J. Baird. 2013. Use of Glacier River-fed Estuary Channels by Juvenile Coho Salmon: Transitional or Rearing Habitats? Environmental Biology of Fishes DOI 10.107/s10641-013-0183-x.
  • Hoem Neher, T.D., A. Rosenberger, C. Zimmerman, C.M. Walker, and S.J. Baird. 2013. Estuarine environments as rearing habitats for juvenile coho salmon in contrasting south-central Alaska watersheds. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142:1481–1494.
  • Beatty, W.S., D.C. Kesler, E.B. Webb, A.H. Raedeke, L.W. Naylor, and D.D. Humburg. 2013. Quantitative and qualitative approaches to identifying migration chronology in a continental migrant. PLoS ONE 8(10):e75673.
  • Harris, J., C. Paukert, S. Bush, M. Allen, and M. Siepker. Movement, habitat selection, and home range of Largemouth Bass in Table Rock Lake, Missouri. Science Note, Missouri Department of Conservation
  • Tidwell, P.R., E.B. Webb, M.P. Vrtiska, and A.A. Bishop. 2013. Diet and food selection of female mallards and blue-winged teal during spring migration. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 4:63-74.
  • Haynes, T.B., A.E. Rosenberger, M. Lindberg, M. Whitman, and J. Schmutz. 2013. Method- and species-specific detection probabilities of fish occupancy in Arctic Lakes: Implications for design and management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70:1055-1062.
  • Olmstead, V.G., E.B. Webb, and R.W. Johnson. 2013. Moist-soil seed biomass and species richness on Wetland reserve Program easements in the Mississippi Alluvial Valley. Wetlands 33:197-206.
  • Staudt, A., A. Leidner, J. Howard, K. Brauman, J. Dukes, L. Hansen, C. Paukert, J. Sabo, L. Solorzano. 2012. Climate change effects on already stressed biodiversity, ecosystems, and ecosystem services. Pages 5-1 to 5-32 in: S. Carter, F. S. Chapin III, N. Grimm, P. Kareiva, M. Ruckelshaus, M. Staudinger, A. Staudt, B. Stein, editors. Climate Change Impacts on Biodiversity, Ecosystems, and Ecosystem Services: Technical Input to the National Climate Assessment. U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, VA.
  • Cooke, S., C. Paukert, and Z. Hogan. 2012 Endangered river fish: Factors hindering conservation and restoration. Endangered Species Research 17:179-191.
  • Schloesser, J. T., C. P. Paukert, W. J. Doyle, T. D. Hill, K. D. Steffensen, and V. H. Travnichek. 2012. Heterogeneous detection probabilities for imperiled Missouri River fishes: implications for large river monitoring programs. Endangered Species Research 16:211-224.
  • Wirth, L., A. Rosenberger, A. Prakash, J. Margraf, and T. Hamazaki. 2012. A remote sensing/GIS-based approach to identify and model spawning habitat for fall chum salmon in a sub-arctic, glacially-fed river. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141:1349-1363.  | Download  | 
  • Webb, E.B., L.M. Smith, M. Vrtiska, and T.G. LaGrange. 2011. Factors Influencing Behavior of Wetland Birds During Spring Migration in the Rainwater Basin. Waterbirds 34:457-467
  • Seitz, A.C., K. Moerlein, M.D. Evans and A.E. Rosenberger. 2011. Ecology of fishes in a high latitude, turbid river with implications for the impacts of hydrokinetic devices. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 21:481-496.
  • Rosenberger, A.E., J.B. Dunham, M.S. Wipfli, and J.M. Buffington. 2011. Effects of wildfire and channel reorganization on drifting macroinvertebrates and predation by trout in central Idaho streams a decade after disturbance. Northwest Science 85: 55-63.
  • Jeffress, M.R., C.P. Paukert, B. K. Sandercock, and P. Gipson. 2011. Factors affecting the detectability of river otters during sign surveys. Journal of Wildlife Management 75:144-150.
  • Jeffress, M., R., C. P. Paukert, J. B. Whittier, B. K. Sandercock, and P. S. Gipson. 2011.
    Scale-dependent factors affecting North American river otter distribution in the Midwest.
    American Midland Naturalist 166:177-193.
  • Paukert, C. P., K. L. Pitts, J. B. Whittier, and J. D. Olden. 2011. Development and assessment of a landscape-level ecological threat index of the Lower Colorado River Basin. Ecological Indicators 11:304-310.
  • McNeil, D.G, D.W. Schmarr, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2011. Climatic variability, fish and the role of refuge waterholes in the Neales River Catchment: Lake Eyre Basin, South Australia. Report by South Australian Research and Development Institute (Aquatic Sciences) to the South Australian Arid Lands. NRM Board, Port Augusta.  | Download  | 
  • Bouska, W. W., T. Keane, and C. P. Paukert. 2010. The effects of road crossing design on geomorphology and classification of prairie streams. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25:499-506.
  • Webb, E.B. and R.W. Johnson. 2010. Effects of Mechanical Manipulation and Time on Lead Pellet Distribution in Wetlands. Proc. Annu. Conf. S. E. Assoc. Fish & Wildlife Agencies 64:101-105
  • Eitzmann, J. L., and C. P. Paukert. 2010. Urbanization in a Great Plains river: effects of fishes and food webs. River Research and Applications 26:948-959.
  • Isermann, D. and C. P. Paukert. 2010. Regulating Harvest. Pages 185-212 In: W. A. Hubert and M. C. Quist, editors. Inland Fisheries Management in North America, third edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Paukert, C. P and D. Galat. 2010. Large warmwater rivers. Pages 699-730 In: W. A. Hubert and M. C. Quist, editors. Inland Fisheries Management in North America, third edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Pool, T. K., J. D. Olden, J. B. Whittier, and C. P. Paukert. 2010. Environmental drivers of fish functional diversity and composition in the Lower Colorado River Basin. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67:1791-1807.
  • White, K., *J. Gerken, C. Paukert, and *A. Makinster. 2010. Fish community structure in natural and engineered habitats in the Kansas River. River Research and Applications 26:797-805.
  • Bouska, W. W., and C. P. Paukert. 2010. Effects of visible implant elastomer mark color on the predation of red shiners by largemouth bass. Fisheries Management and Ecology 17:294-296.
  • Webb, E.B., L.M. Smith, M. Vrtiska, and T.G. LaGrange. 2010. Community Structure of Wetland Birds During Spring Migration Through the Rainwater Basin. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:765-777.
  • Reeves, K. S., and D. L. Galat. Do larval fishes exhibit diel drift patterns in a large, turbid river?  | Abstract | 
  • Eitzmann, J. L., and C. P. Paukert. 2010. Longitudinal differences in habitat complexity and fish assemblage structure of a Great Plains River. American Midland Naturalist 163:14-32
  • Bouska, W. W., and C. P. Paukert. 2010. Road crossing designs and their impact on fish assemblages of Great Plains streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139:214-222.
  • Rosenberger, A. 2010. Removal model abundance estimates: wrong but useful? Textbox In Quist, M.C. and W.A. Hubert, editors. Inland fisheries management in North America, 3rd edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Triebenbach, S.P., and A.E. Rosenberger. 2010. Pilot study: characterization and dynamics of peripheral aquatic habitats in the middle Yukon River drainage and their importance to fish. A summary report for 2007-2008 for the Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge, Fairbanks, Alaska.
  • Webb, E.B., L.M. Smith, M. Vrtiska, and T.G. LaGrange. 2010. Effects of Local and Landscape Variables on Wetland Bird Habitat Use During Migration Through the Rainwater Basin. Journal of Wildlife Management 74:109-119.
  • Galat, D. L., C.R. Berry, Jr., E. J. Peters, and R. G. White. 2009. Missouri River. Pages 427-480 in A. C. Benke and C. E. Cushing (editors). Field Guide to Rivers of North America. Academic Press
  • *Gerken, J., and C. Paukert. 2009. Threats to paddlefish habitats. Pages 173-184 In C. P. Paukert and G. Scholten, editors. Paddlefish management, propagation, and conservation in the 21st century: building from 20 years of research and management. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Hansen, K. A., and C. P. Paukert. 2009. Current management of paddlefish sport fishes. Pages 277-290 In: C. P. Paukert and G. Scholten, editors. Paddlefish Management, Propagation, and Conservation in the 21st Century: Building from 20 years of Research and Management. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Paukert, C. P., and G. Scholten, editors. 2009. Paddlefish Management, Propagation, and Conservation in the 21st Century: Building from 20 years of Research and Management. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Pullen, R. R., *W. W, Bouska, S. Campbell, and C. P. Paukert. 2009. Intestinal helminths of Cyprinella lutrensis in Deep Creek, Kansas; prevalence and spatial distribution estimates for Bothriocephalus acheilognathi (the Asian fish tapeworm) and Rhabdochona Canadensis. Journal of Parasitology 95(5): 1224-1226.
  • Peterson, J. T. and C. Paukert. 2009. Data conversion, Chapter 12 in Standard Sampling Methods for North American Freshwater Fishes. S. Bonar, D. Willis and W. Hubert, editors.
  • Paukert, C. P., and A. S. Makinster. 2009. Longitudinal patterns in flathead catfish relative abundance and length at age within a large river: effects of an urban gradient. River Research and Applications 25:861-873.
  • Quinn, S. P., and C. P. Paukert. 2009. Recreational and commercial fisheries for centrarchids. In: S. J. Cooke and D. P. Phillip, editors. Ecological Diversity of Centrarchid Fishes: Basic and Applied Perspectives. Blackwell Science.
  • Fischer, J. R., and C. P. Paukert. 2009. Spatial scale of stream fish assemblage and abundance estimates: effects of sampling effort, community structure, and habitat heterogeneity. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66:277-290.
  • Neville, H., A.E. Rosenberger, and J.B. Dunham. 2009. Influences of wildfire, habitat size, and connectivity on trout in headwater streams revealed by patterns of genetic diversity. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138:1314-1327.
  • Dunham, J.B., A. E. Rosenberger, R.F. Thurow, A. Dolloff, and P.J. Howell. 2009. Coldwater fishes in wadeable streams. Pages 119-138 In: S. Bonar, W. Hubert, and D. Willis, editors. Standard Sampling Methods for North American Freshwater Fishes. American Fisheries Society, Fisheries Management Section, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Davis, N, and C. P. Paukert. 2008. Impact of gravel bar scalping on Neosho madtom populations from the Lower Neosho River, Kansas. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 23:501-511.
  • Paukert, C. P., J. Schloesser, J. Eitzmann, J. Fischer, K. Pitts, and D. Thornbrugh. 2008. Effect of Instream Sand Dredging on Fish Communities in the Kansas River USA: Current and Historical Perspectives. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 23:623-633.
  • O'Donnell, K. T., C. Baffaut, and D. L. Galat. 2008. Predicting effects of bet management practices on sediment loads to improve watershed management in the Midwest, U. S. A. International Journal of River Basin Management. 3: 243-256.
  • Brinkley, P., Fischer, J. R., and C. P. Paukert. 2008. Effects of fixative on total length of small bodies stream fishes. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 23:471-473.
  • Doyle, W., C. P. Paukert, A. Starostka, and T. D. Hill. 2008. A comparison of four sampling gears used to collect shovelnose sturgeon in the Lower Missouri River. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 24:637-642.
  • Jacobson, R. B., and D. L. Galat. 2008. Design of naturalized flow regime - and example from the Lowere Missouri River, USA. Ecohydrology 1:81-104
  • Fischer, J. R., and C. P. Paukert. 2008. Habitat relationships with fish assemblages in least disturbed Great Plains regions. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, doi: 10. 1111/j. 1600-0633. 2008. 00311. x.
  • Fischer, J. R., and C. P. Paukert. 2008. Historical and current environmental influences of an endemic Great Plains fish. American Midland Naturalist 159:364-377.
  • Makinster, A. S., and C. P. Paukert. 2008. Effects and utility of minimum length limits and mortality caps for flathead catfish in discrete reaches of a large prairie river. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:97-108.
  • Petersen, J. H., D. L. DeAngelis, and C. P. Paukert. 2008. Developing bioenergetics and life history models for rare and endangered species. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
  • Brewer, S. K., and C. F. Rabeni. 2008. Seasonal and diel habitat shifts by juvenile ictalurids in a flow-regulated prairie river. The American Midland Naturalist. 194:42-54
  • Roberts, J.H., A.E. Rosenberger, B. Albanese, and P.L. Angermeier. 2008. Movement patterns of endangered Roanoke logperch Percina rex. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17: 374–381.
  • Roberts, J.H., A.E. Rosenberger, B. Albanese, and P.L. Angermeier. 2008. Movement patterns of endangered Roanoke logperch Percina rex. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17: 374–381.
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  • Whitledge, G. W., C. R. Rabeni, G. Annis and S. P. Sowa. 2006. Riparian shading and groundwater enhance growth potential for smallmouth bass in Ozark streams. Ecological Applications. 16:1461-1473.
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  • Dieterman, D. J., E. Roberts, P. J. Braaten, and D. L. Galat. Reproductive development of the sicklefin chub, Macrhybopsis meeki, in the Missouri River. Prairie Naturalist. 38(2):113-130.
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  • Galat, D. L., C. R. Berry, W. M. Gardner, J. C. Hendrickson, G. E. Mestl, G. J. Power, C. Stone and M. R. Winston. 2005. Spatiotemporal patterns and changes in Missouri River fishes. Historical changes in large river fish assemblages of the Americas, J. N. Rinne and R. Hughes, eds., American Fisheries Society Symposium 45:249-291.
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  • Phelps, Q. E., M. J. Ward, C. P. Paukert, S. R. Chipps, and D. W. Willis. 2005. Biotic and abiotic correlates with black bullhead population characteristics in Nebraska Sandhill lakes. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 20:295-302.
  • Michaletz, P. H., K. E. Doisy and C. F. Rabeni. 2005. Influences of productivity, vegetation, and fish on macroinvertebrate abundance and size in midwestern USA impoundments. Hydrobiologia 543:147-157.
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  • Petersen, J. H., and C. P. Paukert. 2005. Development of a bioenergetics model for humpback chub and evaluation of water temperature changes in Grand Canyon, Colorado River. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:960-974.
  • Rieman, B., J. Dunham, C. Luce, and A. Rosenberger. 2005. Implications of changing fire regimes for aquatic ecosystems. Pages: 187-191 In L. Taylor, J. Zelnik, S. Cadwallader, R. Hughes, (editors) Mixed Severity Fire Regimes: Ecology and Management. Symposium Proceedings, Spokane WA. November 15-19, 2004. Association for Fire Ecology and Washington State University, Pullman, WA.
  • Rosenberger, A.E. and J.B. Dunham. 2005. Validation of abundance estimates from mark–recapture and removal techniques for rainbow trout captured by electrofishing in small streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1395–1410.
  • Wheeler, A.P., P.L. Angermeier, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2005. Impacts of new highways and subsequent landscape urbanization on stream habitat and biota. Reviews in Fisheries Science 13:141-164.
  • Angermeier, P. L., A. P. Wheeler, and A. E. Rosenberger. 2004. A conceptual framework for assessing impacts of roads on aquatic biota. Fisheries 29(12): 19-29.
  • Paukert, C. P. 2004. Comparison of electrofishing and trammel netting variability for sampling native fishes in Grand Canyon, Colorado River, Arizona. Journal of Fish Biology 65: 1643-1652.
  • National Research Council (member of panel-Galat), Panel on Methods and Techniques of Project Analysis, Committee to Assess the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers Methods of Analysis and Peer Review for water resources project planning, Water Science and Technology Board. 2004. Analytical methods and approaches for water resources project planning. National Academies Press, Washington, DC.
  • Mattingly, H. T., and D. L. Galat. 2004. Predictive performance of a summer microhabitat model for the threatened Niangua darter, Etheostoma mianguae. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 19:109-114.
  • Paukert, C.P. and J.M. Long. 2004. Geographic information systems applications in reservoir fisheries. Pages 85-111 in W.L. Fisher and F.J. Rahel, editors. Geographic information systems in fisheries. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.
  • Dieterman, D. J., and D. L. Galat. 2004. Large-scale factors associated with sicklefin chub distribution in the Missouri and lower Yellowstone rivers. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:577-587.
  • Paukert, C. P., D. W. Willis, and M. A. Bouchard. 2004. Movement, home range, and site fidelity of bluegills in a Great Plains lake. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:154-161.
  • Paukert, C. P., and D. W. Willis. 2004. Environmental influences on largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides populations in shallow Nebraska lakes. Fisheries Management and Ecology 11: 1-8.
  • Paukert, C. P., and J. M. Long. 2004. GIS applications in reservoir fisheries. Pages 85-112 in W. L. Fisher and F. J. Rahel, editors. Geographic information systems in fisheries. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Habit, E., and A. Rosenberger. 2004. Introduced species in Chile’s freshwaters: the need for research. Introduced Fish Section Newsletter 21:1.
  • Paukert, C. P., and D. W. Willis. 2003. Aquatic invertebrate assemblages in shallow prairie lakes: fish and environmental influences. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 18:523-536.
  • Vokoun, J. C., T. L. Guerrant and C. F. Rabeni. 2003. Demographics and chronology of a spawning aggregation of blue sucker (Cycleptus elongatus) in the Grand River, Missouri, USA. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 18:567-575.
  • Paukert, C. P. 2003. Black bass: ecology, conservation, and management. The Quarterly Review of Biology 78:492.
  • Paukert, C. P., and R. S. Rogers. 2004. Factors affecting condition of flannelmouth sucker in the Colorado River, Grand Canyon, Arizona. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:648-653.
  • Vokoun, J. C., and C. F. Rabeni. 2003. Recovery of prairie fish assemblages at the transition from channelized to nonchannelized: implications for conservation of natural channels. Natural Areas Journal 23:349-355.
  • Mattingly, H. T., J. Hamilton and D. L. Galat. 2003. Reproductive ecology and captive breeding of the threatened Niangua darter Etheostoma nianguae. American Midland Naturalist 149:375-383.
  • Wildhaber, M. L., P. J. Lamberson and D. L. Galat. 2003. A comparison of measures of riverbed form for evaluating distributions of benthic fishes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23:543-557.
  • DeBates, T. J., C. P. Paukert, and D. W. Willis. 2003. Fish community responses to the establishment of a piscivore, northern pike Esox lucius, in a Nebraska Sandhill lake. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 18:353-359.
  • Olson, N. W., C. P. Paukert, D. W. Willis, and J. A. Klammer. 2003. Prey selection and diets of bluegills Lepomis macrochirus with differing population characteristics in two Nebraska natural lakes. Fisheries Management and Ecology 10:31-40.
  • Paukert, C. P., W. Stancill, T. J. DeBates, and D. W. Willis. 2003. Predatory effects of northern pike and largemouth bass: bioenergetic modeling and 10 years of fish community sampling. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 18:13-24.
  • Roush, K. D., C. P. Paukert, and W. Stancill. 2003. Distribution and movement of juvenile paddlefish in a mainstem Missouri River reservoir. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 18:79-88.
  • Paukert, C. P., and D. W. Willis. 2003. Population characteristics and ecological role of northern pike in shallow Nebraska natural lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23:313-322.
  • Whitledge, G. W., R. S. Hayward, R. D. Zweifel and C. F. Rabeni. 2003. Development and laboratory evaluation of a bioenergetics model for subadult and adult smallmouth bass. Transactions, American Fisheries Society 132:316-325.
  • Rosenberger, A.E., and P.L. Angermeier. 2003. Ontogenetic shifts in habitat use by the endangered Roanoke logperch Percina rex. Freshwater Biology 48:1563-1577.
  • Muck, J. A., C. F. Rabeni and R. J. DiStefano. 2002. Life-history characteristics of the crayfish Orconectes ozarkae in a Missouri Ozark stream. Freshwater Crayfish 13:359-369.
  • Rabeni, C. F., and S. P. Sowa. 2002. A landscape approach to managing the biota of streams. Pages 114-142 in J. Liu and W. Taylor, eds., Integrating landscape ecology into natural resource management. Cambridge University Press, New York.
  • Turner, M. G., T. R. Crow, J. Liu, D. Rabe, C. F. Rabeni, P. A. Soranno, W. W. Taylor, K. A. Vogt and J. A. Wiens. 2002. Bridging the gap between landscape ecology and natural resource management. Pages 433-460 in J. Liu and W. Taylor, eds., Integrating landscape ecology into natural resource management. Cambridge University Press, New York.
  • Vokoun, J. C., and C. F. Rabeni. 2002. Distribution of channel catfish life stages in a prairie river basin. Prairie Naturalist 34:47-60.
  • Whitledge, G. W., R. S. Hayward and C. F. Rabeni. 2002. Effects of temperature on specific daily metabolic demand and growth scope of sub-adult and adult smallmouth bass. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 17:353-361.
  • Paukert, C. P., and D. W. Willis. 2002. Seasonal and diel habitat selection of bluegills in a shallow natural lake. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131:1131-1139.
  • Paukert, C. P., D. W. Willis, and D. W. Gabelhouse, Jr. 2002. Effect and acceptance of bluegill length limits in Nebraska natural lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:1306-1313.
  • Paukert, C. P., D. W. Willis, and R. S. Holland. 2002. Sample size requirements for in situ vegetation sampling in shallow Nebraska natural lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:1329-1333.
  • Whitledge, G. W., and C. F. Rabeni. 2002. Maximum daily consumption and respiration rates at four temperatures for five species of crayfish from Missouri, U. S. A. (Decapoda, Orconestes spp. ). Crustaceana 75:1119-1132.
  • Paukert, C. P., and T. A. Wittig. 2002. Applications of multivariate statistical methods in fisheries. Fisheries (Bethesda) 27(9):16-22.
  • Mattingly, H. T., and D. L. Galat. 2002. Distributional patterns of the threatened Niangua darter, Etheostoma nianguae, at three spatial scales, with implications for species conservation. Copeia 2002:573-585.
  • Sargent, J. C., and D. L. Galat. 2002. Fish mortality and physicochemistry in a managed wetland. Wetlands Ecology and Management 10:115-121.
  • Stancill, W., G. R. Jordan, and C. P. Paukert. 2002. Seasonal migration patterns and site fidelity of adult paddlefish in Lake Francis Case, Missouri River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:815-824.
  • Miller, N. E., R. D. Drobney, R. L. Clawson and E. V. Callahan. 2002. Summer habitat patterns in northern Missouri. Pages 165-171 in A. Kurta and J. Kennedy, The Indiana Bat: biology and management of an endangered species.
  • Muck, J. A., C. F. Rabeni and R. J. DiStefano. 2002. Reproductive biology of the crayfish Orconectes luteus (Creaser) in a Missouri stream. American Midland Naturalist 147:338-351.
  • Rabeni, C. F., K. E. Doisy and D. L. Galat. 2002. Testing the biological basis of a stream habitat classification using benthic invertebrates. Ecological Applications 12:782-796.
  • Willis, D. W., C. P. Paukert, and B. G. Blackwell. 2002. Biology of white bass in eastern South Dakota glacial lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:627-636.
  • Coluccy, J. M., R. D. Drobney, R. M. Pace III and D. A. Graber. 2002. Consequences of neckband and legband loss from giant Canada geese. Journal of Wildlife Management 66(2):353-360.
  • Checkett, J. M., R. D. Drobney, M. R. Petrie and D. A. Graber. 2002. True metabolizable energy of moist-soil seeds. Wildlife Society Bulletin 30:1113-1119.
  • Dugger, K. M., M. R. Ryan, D. L. Galat, R. B. Renken and J. W. Smith. 2002. Reproductive success of the interior least tern (Sterna antillarum) in relation to hydrology on the lower Mississippi River. River Research and Applications 18:97-105.
  • Paukert, C. P., D. W. Willis, and J. A. Klammer. 2002. Effects of predation and environment on quality of yellow perch and bluegill populations in Nebraska sandhill lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:86-95.
  • Chamberlain, E., R. D. Drobney and T. V. Dailey. 2002. Winter cover height and heat loss: is taller better? Page 157 in S. J. DeMaso, W. P. Kuvlesky Jr., F. Hernandes and M. E. Berger, eds. Quail V: Proceedings of the Fifth National Quail Symposium, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin.
  • Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, F.G. Nordlie, and A.E. Rosenberger. 2002. Physiological refugia: swamps, hypoxia tolerance, and maintenance of fish biodiversity in the Lake Victoria Region. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 133:421-437.
  • Rosenberger, A.E. 2002. Great Waters: an Atlantic Passage. Fisheries 27:3:40, 42.
  • Rosenberger, A.E. and P.L. Angermeier. 2002. Roanoke logperch (Percina rex) population structure and habitat use. Final Report to the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries, Blacksburg, VA.
  • Wheeler, A.P., A.E. Rosenberger, and P.L. Angermeier. 2002. Potential impacts of I-73 on stream habitat and biota, with emphasis on the endangered Roanoke logperch. Report to Virginian’s for Appropriate Roads
  • Chamberlain, E., R. D. Drobney and T. V. Dailey. 2002. Winter macro- and microhabitat use of winter roost sites in central Missouri. Pages 140-145 in S. J. DeMaso, W. P. Kuvlesky Jr., F. Hernandez and M. E. Berger, eds. Quail V: Proceedings of the Fifth National Quail Symposium, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin.
  • Seiler, T. P., R. D. Drobney and T. V. Dailey. 2002. Use of weather variables for predicting fall covey calling rates of northern bobwhites. Pages 91-98 in S. J. DeMaso, W. P. Kuvlesky Jr., F. Hernandez and M. E. Berger, eds. Quail V: Proceedings of the Fifth National Quail Symposium, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, Austin.
  • Rabeni, C. F., and N. Wang. 2001. Bioassessment of streams using macroinvertebrates: are the chironomidae necessary? Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 71:177-185.
  • Zweig, L. D., and C. F. Rabeni. 2001. Biomonitoring for deposited sediment using benthic invertebrates: a test on 4 Missouri streams. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 20:643-657.
  • Paukert, C. P., P. J. Chvala, B. L. Heikes, and M. L. Brown. 2001. Effects of implanted transmitter size and surgery on survival, growth, and wound healing of bluegill. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130:975-980.
  • Peterson, J. T., and C. F. Rabeni. 2001. Evaluating the physical characteristics of channel units in an Ozark stream. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130(5):898-910.
  • Peterson, J. T., and C. F. Rabeni. 2001. The relation of fish assemblages to channel units in an Ozark stream Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130: 911-926
  • Paukert, C. P., and D. W. Willis. 2001. Comparison of exploited and unexploited yellow perch populations in Nebraska sandhill lakes. Fisheries Management and Ecology 8:533-542.
  • Vokoun, J. C., C. F. Rabeni and J. Stanovick. 2001. Sample-size requirements for evaluating population size-structure. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21(3):660-665.
  • Galat, D. L., and I. Zweimuller. 2001. Conserving large-river fishes: is the "highway analogy" an appropriate paradigm? Journal of the North American Benthological Society 20(2):266-279.
  • Paukert, C. P., and W. L. Fisher. 2001. Characteristics of paddlefish in a southwestern U. S. reservoir, with comparisons between lentic and lotic populations. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130:634-643.
  • Harrington, J. C., C. P. Paukert, and D. W. Willis. 2001. Pumpkinseed population characteristics in Nebraska Sandhill lakes. Transactions of the Nebraska Academy of Sciences 27:25-30.
  • Heikes, B. L., C. P. Paukert, and D. W. Willis. 2001. Lentic green sunfish populations in Nebraska sandhill lakes. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 16:367-374.
  • Paukert, C. P., J. A. Klammer, R. B. Pierce, and T. D. Simonson. 2001. An overview of northern pike regulations in North America. Fisheries 26(6):6-13.
  • Checkett, M. J., J. M. Coluccy and R. D. Drobney. 2001. Polygyny in Canada geese: an unusual example of nest sharing. Wilson Bulletin 113(1):109-110.
  • Coluccy, J. M., R. D. Drobney, D. A. Graber and D. J. Witter. 2001. Attitudes of central Missouri residents toward local giant Canada geese and management alternatives. Wildlife Society Bulletin 29(1)116-123.
  • Doisy, K. E., and C. F. Rabeni. 2001. Flow conditions, benthic food resources, and invertebrate community composition in a low-gradient stream in Missouri. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 20(1):17-32.
  • Paukert, C. P., and W. L. Fisher. 2001. Spring movements of paddlefish in a prairie reservoir system. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 16:113-124.
  • Peterson, J. T., and C. F. Rabeni. 2001. Evaluating the efficiency of a one-square-meter quadrat sampler for riffle-dwelling fish. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21(1):76-85.
  • Vokoun, J. C., and C. F. Rabeni. 2001. A standardized sampling protocol for channel catfish in prairie streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21(1):188-197.
  • Whitledge, G. W., and C. F. Rabeni. 2000. Benthic community metabolism in three habitats in an Ozark stream. Hydrobiologia 437:165-170.
  • DeLonay, A. J., E. E. Little and C. F. Rabeni. 2000. Approaches for monitoring pallid sturgeon movement and assessing habitat use in the lower Missouri River, USA. Pages 186-192 in J. H. Eiler, D. J. Alcorn and M. R. Neuman, editors, Biotelemetry 15: Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Biotelemetry, Juneau, AK. International Society of Biotelemetry, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
  • Rabeni, C. F., and S. M. Hoel. 2000. The importance of woody debris to benthic invertebrates in two Missouri streams. SIL, Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung fur Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie 27:1499-1502.
  • Clawson, R. L., and R. D. Drobney. 2000. Should bat conservation issues alone dictate forest management policy? Transactions, North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference 65:212-224.
  • Petrie, M. J., R. D. Drobney and D. T. Sears. 2000. Mallard and black duck breeding parameters in New Brunswick: a test of the reproductive rate hypothesis. Journal of Wildlife Management 64(3):832-838.
  • Rabeni, C. F., and K. E. Doisy. 2000. Correspondence of stream benthic invertebrate assemblages to regional classification schemes in Missouri. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 19(3):419-428.
  • Dieterman, D. J., M. S. Baird and D. L. Galat. 2000. Mortality of paddlefish in hoop nets in the lower Missouri River, Missouri. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20(2):226-230.
  • Paukert, C. P., and W. L. Fisher. 2000. Abiotic factors influencing summer distribution and movement of male paddlefish in a prairie reservoir. Southwestern Naturalist 45:133-140.
  • Irwin, E. R., W. A. Hubert, C. F. Rabeni, H. L. Schramm, and T. G. Coon, editors. 1999. Biology and Management of Catfishes: Proceedings of the First International Ictalurid Symposium. American Fisheries Society Symposium 24, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • Rabeni, C. F. 2000. Evaluating physical habitat integrity in relation to the biological potential of streams. In M. Jungwirth, S. Muhar and S. Schmutz (editors), Assessing the ecological integrity of running waters, Proceedings of the International Conference. Hydrobiologia 422/423:245-256.
  • Rosenberger, A.E. 2000. A perspective on the future of introduced species management. Introduced Fish Section Newsletter 18:2.
  • Rosenberger, A.E., and L.J. Chapman. 2000. Respiratory characters of three haplochromine cichlid species: implications for persistence in wetland refugia. Journal of Fish Biology 57:483-501.
  • Walsh, S.J., L.J. Chapman, A.E. Rosenberger, and C.A. Chapman. 2000. Redescription and ecology of Amphilius jacksonii (Siluriformes: Amphiliidae), a hillstream catfish of western Uganda. Ichthyological Explorations of Freshwaters 11:163-174.
  • Whittaker, D., and A.E. Rosenberger. 2000. On creating a fertile academic atmosphere in fisheries and wildlife schools. Wildlife Society Bulletin 28:1176-1180.
  • Galat, D. L., and R. Lipkin. 2000. Restoring ecological integrity of great rivers: historical hydrographs aid in defining reference conditions for the Missouri River. In M. Jungwirth, S. Muhar and S. Schmutz (editors), Assessing the ecological integrity of running waters, Proceedings of the International Conference. Hydrobiologia 422/423:29-48.
  • Drobney, R. D., J. M. Checkett, J. M. Coluccy and D. A. Graber. 1999. Precocious breeding by yearling giant Canada geese. Auk 116(4):1145-1147.
  • Galat, D. L. 1999. Restoring the natural range of Missouri River flow variability to benefit declining species. Pages 15-18 in R. Sakrison and P. Sturtevant (editors), Watershed management to protect declining species. American Water Resources Association, Middleburg, VA, TPS-99-4. 561 pages.
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  • Vokoun, J. C., and C. F. Rabeni. 1999. Catfish sampling in rivers and streams: a review of strategies, gears, and methods. Pages 271-286 in E. R. Irwin, W. A. Hubert, C. F. Rabeni, H. L. Schramm Jr. and T. Coon (eds. ), Catfish 2000, Proceedings of the International ictalurid symposium. American Fisheries Society Symposium 24, Bethesda, MD.
  • Paukert, C. P., and W. L. Fisher. 1999. Evaluation of paddlefish length distributions and catch rates in three mesh sizes of gill nets. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 19:599-603.
  • Paukert, C.P. and J.M. Long. 1999. New maximum age of bigmouth buffalo Ictiobus cyprinellus. Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science. 79:85-86.
  • Rabeni, C. F., N. Wang and R. J. Sarver. 1999. Evaluating adequacy of the representative stream reach used in invertebrate monitoring programs. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 18:284-291.
  • Zweifel, R. D., R. S. Hayward and C. F. Rabeni. 1999. Bioenergetics insight into black bass distribution shifts in Ozark border region streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 19:192-197.
  • Rosenberger, A.E., and L.J. Chapman. 1999. Hypoxic wetland tributaries as faunal refugia from an introduced predator. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 8:22-34.
  • Chapman, L.J., C.A. Chapman, R. Ogutu-Ohwayo, M. Chandler, L. Kaufman, and A.E. Keiter. 1996. Refugia for endangered fishes from an introduced predator in Lake Nabugabo, Uganda. Conservation Biology 10:554-561.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 2

Masters Students: 12

Phd Students: 7

Post Docs: 3

University Staff: 5

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 19

Scientific Publications: 68

Presentations: 253

 

Missouri Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. Missouri Department of Conservation
  2. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  3. U.S. Geological Survey
  4. University of Missouri
  5. Wildlife Management Institute