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2015

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Optimizing Selective Withdrawal from Reservoirs to Manage Downstream Temperatures with Climate Warming, David E. Rheinheimer, Sarah Null, and Jay R. Lund; Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management

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Bear Lake Limnology & Nutrient Limnology, Wayne Wurtsbaugh

2014

The effects of changing salinity on communities of the Great Salt Lake: A mesocosm experiment and implication for management, Brian Barnes; Spring Runoff Conference

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Clonal Growth: Invasion or stability? A comparative study of clonal architecture and diversity in native and introduced lineages of Phragmites australis (Poaceae), Vladimir Douhovnikoff and Eric L. G. Hazelton; American Journal of Botany

Environmental disturbance can increase beta diversity of stream macroinvertebrate assemblages, C. P. Hawkins, H. Mykra, J. Oksanen, and J. J. Vander Laan; Global Ecology and Biogeography

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Phragmites australis management in the United States: 40 years of methods and outcomes, Eric L. G. Hazelton, Thomas J. Mozdzer, David M. Burdick, Karin M. Kettenring, and Dennis F. Whigham; AoB Plants

Using modeled stream temperatures to predict macro-spatial patterns of stream invertebrate biodiversity, R. A. Hill and C. P. Hawkins; Freshwater Biology

Predicting thermal vulnerability of stream and river ecosystems to climate change, R. A. Hill, C. P. Hawkins, and D. R. Cutler; Climactic Change

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Non-equilibrium in plant distribution models – only an issue for introduced or dispersal limited species?, Karin M. Kettenring, Diane R. Menuz, Charles P. Hawkins, and D. Richard Cutler; Ecography

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Application of genetic diversity–ecosystem function research to ecological restoration, Karin M. Kettenring, Kristin L. Mercer, Carrie R. Adams, and Jes Hines; Journal of Applied Ecolgoy

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The potential for multiple signatures of invasive species in the geologic record, Karin M. Kettenring, Laura D. Triplett, Michal Tal, and Carson Smith; Anthropocene

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Use of remote sensing to assess changes in wetland plant communities over an 18-year period: a case study from the Bear River Migratory Bird Refuge, Great Salt Lake, Utah, Karin M. Kettenring, Melina S. Vanderlinder, Christopher MU Neale, and David E. Rosenberg; Western North American Naturalist

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Biotic resistance, disturbance, and mode of colonization impact the invasion of a widespread, introduced wetland grass, Karin M. Kettenring, Dennis F. Whigham, Eric LG Hazelton, Sally K. Gallagher, and Heather M. Baron; Ecological Applications

Factors affecting the spatial and temporal variability of nodularia blooms in Farmington Bay, Great Salt Lake, Utah, B. Eric McCulley and Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; Spring Runoff Conference

Non-equilibrium in plant distribution models – only an issue for introduced or dispersal limited species?, D. R. Menuz, K. M. Kettenring, and C. P. Hawkins; Ecography

Enhancing the performance and interpretation of freshwater biological indices: an application in arid zone streams, J. J. Vander Laan and C. P. Hawkins; Ecological Indicators

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Jackson Lake Limnology, Wayne Wurtsbaugh

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Management of the Great Salt Lake Ecosystem: Water, Economic Values and Competing Interests, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; Saving Lake Urmia Conference

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The Great Salt Lake's Two Deep Brine Layers, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; Friends of the Great Salt Lake Newsletter

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Lake Urmia Crisis and Roadmap for Ecological Restoration of Lake Urmia :, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Brad Marden, and Philip Micklin

2013

Predicting thermal reference conditions in USA streams, R. A. Hill, C. P. Hawkins, and D. M. Carlisle; Freshwater Science

Bayesian Framework for Cost-Effective Control and Research of Non-Point Source Sediment, S. K. Jacobi, B. F. Hobbs, and Peter Richard Wilcock; Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management

How is Physical Depositional Setting Related to Silica Chemistry in the Platte River, USA?, Karin M. Kettenring; American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2013, abstract #EP43A-0834

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Management of Phragmites in the Great Salt Lake watershed, Karin M. Kettenring

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An Assessment of Permanent and Nonpermanent Plots in Riparian Vegetation Monitoring, Karin M. Kettenring, Caroline M. Laine, and Brett B. Roper; Western North American Naturalist

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Assessing approaches to manage Phragmites in the Great Salt Lake watershed, Karin M. Kettenring, A. Lexine Long, Chad Cranney, Christine B. Rohal, and Eric LG Hazelton

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The importance of roads, nutrients, and climate for invasive plant establishment in riparian areas in the northwestern United States, Karin M. Kettenring and Diane R. Menuz; Biological Invasions

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Physiological ecology and functional traits of North American native and Eurasian introduced Phragmites australis lineages, Thomas J. Mozdzer, Jacques Brisson, and Eric L. G. Hazelton; AoB Plants

Defining a Stream Restoration Body of Knowledge as a Basis for National Certification, S. L. Niezgoda, Peter Richard Wilcock, D. W. Baker, and J. M. Price; J. Hydrulic Eng.

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Can the Causeway in the Great Salt Lake be Used to Manage Salinity, Sarah E. Null, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, and Craig Miller; Friends of the Great Salt Lake Newsletter

Linking land use, in-stream stressors, and biological condition of streams to infer causes of regional ecological impairment in streams, J. R. Olsen and C. P. Hawkins; Freshwater Science

Developing site-specific nutrient criteria from empirical models, J. R. Olson and C. P. Hawkins; Freshwater Science

Predicting natural base-flow stream water chemistry in the western United States, J. R. Olson, C. P. Hawkins, and D. M. Carlisle; Water Resources Research

Experimental Study of the Response of a Gravel Streambed to Increased Sediment Supply, C. J.P. Podolak and Peter Richard Wilcock; Earth Surf. Processes Landforms

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StreamLab Collaboratory: Experiments, Data Sets, and Research Synthesis, A. Singh, J. A. Czuba, E. Foufoula-Georiou, J. D.G. Marr, C. Hill, S. Johnson, C. Ellis, J. Mullin, C. H. Orr, Peter Richard Wilcock, M. Hondzo, and C. Paola; Water Resources Research

Using Predictive Models to Inform River Management and Restoration, Peter Richard Wilcock; American Geophysical Union, San Fransisco

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A River Continuum Analysis of an Anthropogenically-Impacted System: The Little Bear River, Utah, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Nick Heredia, Patsy Palacios, Jared Baker, Chance Broderius, Katie Fisher, Jason Fuller, G. Andrew Pappas, Christian Smith, and Marc Weston; Natural Resources and Environmental Issues

2012

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Pseudo-diel vertical migration in zooplankton: a whole-lake 15N tracer experiment, Xavier Armengol, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Antonio Camacho, and Maria R. Miracle; Journal of Plankton Research

CHaMP Crew Variability: Influence on Topographic Surfaces & Derived Metrics, S. G. Bangen and Joseph M. Wheaton; Report to Eco Logical Research, Inc.

Asotin Creek Intensively Monitored Watershed: Restoration Plan for North Fork Asotin, South Fork Asotin and Charlie Creeks, S. Bennett, Joseph M. Wheaton, and N. Bouwes; Report to Eco Logical Research, Inc.

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A Study of the Spawning Ecology and Early Life History Survival of Bonneville Cutthroat Trout, Phaedra Budy, Sarah Wood, and Brett Roper; North American Journal of Fisheries Management

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Nitrogen Partitioning and Transport Through a Subalpine Lake Measured with an Isotope Tracer, David M. Epstein, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, and Michelle A. Baker; Limnology & Oceanography

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Closing a Sediment Budget for a Reconfigured Reach of the Provo River, Utah, S. O. Erwin, J. C. Schmidt, J. M. Wheaton, and Peter Richard Wilcock; Water Resources Research

Copepod dominance contributes to phytoplankton nitrogen deficiency in lakes during periods of low precipitation, C. R. Johnson and Chris Luecke; Journal of Plankton Research

Is Urban Stream Restoration Worth It?, Melissa Kenney, Peter Richard Wilcock, B. Hobbs, N. Flores, and D. Martinez; J. Am. Water Res. Assoc.

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Moving from a regional to a continental perspective of Phragmites australis invasion in North America, Karin M. Kettenring, Sylvie de Blois, and Donald P. Hauber; AoB Plants

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Analyzing the spread of Phragmites australis over short time-scales using spatial and genetic tools, Karin M. Kettenring and Karen E. Mock

Rationale for Control of Anthropogenic Nitrogen and Phosphorus in Inland Waters, William M. Lewis Jr., Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, and Hans W. Paerl; Environmental Science & Technology

Geomorphic Response of the Sandy River, Oregon, Following Removal of Marmot Dam, J. J. Major, J. E. O'Connor, C. J. Podolak, M. K. Keith, G. E. Grant, K. R. Spicer, S. Pittman, H. M. Bragg, J. R. Wallick, D. Q. Tanner, A. Rhode, and Peter Richard Wilcock; Prof. Paper

Predicting and detecting changes to riparian vegetation communities along the large rivers of the Colorado Plateau as a result of climate change, R. B. Manners, J. C. Schmidt, P. Grams, B. Ralston, P. Davis, and Joseph M. Wheaton; Final Report Prepared for Grand Canyon Research and Monitoring Center

Water-Energy Sector Vulnerability to Climate Warming in the Sierra Nevada: A Method to Consider Whether Dams Mitigate Climate Change Effects on Stream Temperatures, Sarah E. Null, S. T. Ligare, and J. H. Viers; Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) Program White Paper. Prepared for the California Energy Commission

Water-Energy Sector Vulnerability to Climate Warming in the Sierra Nevada: Water Year Classification in Non-Stationary Climates, Sarah E. Null and J. H. Viers; Public Interest Energy Research (PIER) Program White Paper. Prepared for the California Energy Commission

Water Year Classification in Non-Stationary Climates, Sarah E. Null and J. H. Viers; Utah State University Spring Runoff Conference

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Automatic geomorphic feature extraction from lidar in flat and engineered landscapes, Paola Passalacqua, Patrick Belmont, and Efi Foufoula-Georgiou; Water Resources Research

Unintended Consequences of Restoration: Loss of Riffle Habitats and Gravel Substrates Following Weir Installation, N. L. Salant, J. C. Schmidt, P. E. budy, and Peter Richard Wilcock; J. Env. Mgt.

Accounting for Uncertainty in Cumulative Sediment Transport Using a Bayesian Approach, M. L. Schmelter, S. O. Erwin, and Peter Richard Wilcock; Geomorphology

Final Report: Big River Protocol Development – A Prototype Warranty Project, M. L. Scott, D. L. Perkins, and Joseph M. Wheaton; U.S. Geological Survey

Coupled Dynamics of the Co-Evolution of Bed Topography, Flow Turbulence and Sediment Transport in an Experimental Flume, A. Singh, E. Foufoula-Georiou, F. Foute-Agel, and Peter Wilcock; J. Geophysical Research - Earth Surface

Interactive GIS Tool for Transforming Assumed Total Station Surveys to Real World Coordinates -­‐ The CHaMP Transformation Tool, Joseph M. Wheaton, C. Garrard, C. Volk, and K. Whitehead; Computers & Geosciences

Near Cencus Assessment of Fluvial Form, Process, Change and Associated Ecosystem Services., Joseph M. Wheaton and G. B. Pasternack; US. Bureau of Reclamation, Sedimentation & River Hydraulics Group 2012 Annual Lecture Series

Size Matters. History Too., Peter Richard Wilcock; American Geophysical Union, San Fransisco

Stream Restoration in Gravel-Bed Rivers, Peter Richard Wilcock; Gravel Bed Rivers: Processes, Tools, Environments

A Paleolimnological History of Metals Contamination and Eutrophication in the Great Salt Lake, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; Spring Runoff Conference

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Paleolimnological Analysis of the History of Metals Contamination in the Great Salt Lake, Utah, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; 1Final report from Utah State University, University of Regina and University of Western Ontario to Utah State Department of Environmental Quality

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The Great Salt Lake’s Deep Brine Layer and Its Importance for Mercury Bioaccumulation in Brine Shrimp (Artemia franciscana), Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh and Erin F. Jones; Final Report to the Utah Division of Forestry Fire and State Lands

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Eutrophication and Metal Concentrations in Three Bays of the Great Salt Lake (USA), Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Amy M. Marcarelli, and Greg L. Boyer; 2009 Final Report to the Utah Division of Water Quality, Salt Lake City, Utah

2011

A Methodological Intercomparison of Topographic and Aerial Photographic Habitat Survey Techniques, S. G. Bangen, Joseph M. Wheaton, and N. Bouwes; AGU Fall Meeting 2011

A Methodological Intercomparison of Topographic and Aerial Photographic Habitat Survey Techniques, S. G. Bangen, Joseph M. Wheaton, and N. A. Bouwes; American Fisheries Society 141st Annual Meeting

Methodological Intercomparison of Topographic & Aerial Photographic Habitat Survey Techniques, S. Bangen, Joseph M. Wheaton, and K. D. DeMeurichy; Prepared for Eco Logical Research and NOAA

An Integrated Sediment Budget for the Le Seuer River Watershed, Patrick Belmont; An Integrated Sediment Budget for the Le Seuer River Watershed

Floodplain Width Adjustments in Response to Rapid Base Level Fall and Knickpoint Migration, Patrick Belmont; Geomorphology

New Insights on Erosion and Transportation of Fine Sediment at the Watershed Scale, Patrick Belmont; New Insights on Erosion and Transportation of Fine Sediment at the Watershed Scale

New Tools for Nonpoint Sediment Pollution Research, Patrick Belmont; New Tools for Nonpoint Sediment Pollution Research

New Tools for Tracking Mud in Rivers, Patrick Belmont; New Tools for Tracking Mud in Rivers

Water and Sediment Dynamics in Agricultural Landscapes: Towards Prediction of Watershed Sediment Yield, Patrick Belmont; Water and Sediment Dynamics in Agricultural Landscapes: Towards Prediction of Watershed Sediment Yield

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Large Shift in Source of Fine Sediment in the Upper Mississippi River, Patrick Belmont, Karen B. Gran, Shawn P. Schottler, Peter R. Wilcock, Stephanie S. Day, Carrie Jennings, J. Wesley Lauer, Enrica Viparelli, Jane K. Willenbring, Daniel R. Engstrom, and Gary Parker; Environmental Science & Technology

Kirk Bryan Field Trip: Holocene Landscape Evolution and Erosional Processes in the Le Sueur River, Central Minnesota, Patrick Belmont, K. Gran, C. E. Jennings, C. Wittkop, and S. S. Day; Guide Book for 2011 GSA National Meeting Kirk Bryan Field Trip, Minneapolis, MN

Measuring Event- and Century-Scale Changes in Sediment Sources to the Upper Mississippi River, Patrick Belmont, J. Willenbring, and J. Marquard; Measuring Event- and Century-Scale Changes in Sediment Sources to the Upper Mississippi River

Large Shift in Sediment Source Challenges Upper Mississippi River Cleanup, P. Belmont, K. B. Gran, S. P. Schottler, Peter Richard Wilcock, S. S. Day, C. jennings., J. W. Lauer, E. Viparelli, J. K. Willenbring, D. R. Engstrom, and G. Parker; Environ. Sci. Technol.

How Do Habitat Connectivity and Dispersal Rates Affect Population Dynamics of an Imperiled Freshwater Fish?, T. Bowerman and Phaedra Budy; How Do Habitat Connectivity and Dispersal Rates Affect Population Dynamics of an Imperiled Freshwater Fish?

Effects of Substrate Size, Hyporheic Flow, and Spawning Site Selection on Bull Trout Egg and Alevin Survival, T. Bowerman, Phaedra Budy, and B. T. Neilson; Effects of Substrate Size, Hyporheic Flow, and Spawning Site Selection on Bull Trout Egg and Alevin Survival

Evidence Linking Delayed Mortality of Snake River Salmon to Their Earlier Hydrosystem Experience, Phaedra Budy; Evidence Linking Delayed Mortality of Snake River Salmon to Their Earlier Hydrosystem Experience

Towards a Better Understanding of the Factors that Limit and Facilitate One of the World's Most Invasive Fishes: What Can We Learn From an Intercontinental Comparison?, Phaedra Budy; Towards a Better Understanding of the Factors that Limit and Facilitate One of the World's Most Invasive Fishes: What Can We Learn From an Intercontinental Comparison?

Predicting Fish Growth Potential and Identifying Potential Water Quality Issues: A Apatially Explicit Bioenergetics Approach, Phaedra Budy, M. E. Baker, and S. K. Dahle; Environmental Management

Native Fish Population Status and Trends and Opportinities for Improvement on the Lower Dolores River: Phase I., Phaedra Budy and N. Salant; Native Fish Population Status and Trends and Opportunities for Improvement on the Lower Dolores River: Phase I

The comparability of bioassessments: A review of conceptual and methodological issues, Y. Cao and C. P. Hawkins; Journal of the North American Benthological Society

Untangling Geomorphic Processes in the Grand Canyon with Topographic Time Series from Hybrid Surveys, N. Czarnomski, Joseph M. Wheaton, P. E. Grams, J. E. Hazel, M. Kaplinski, and J. Schmidt; AGU Fall Meeting 2011

Bridge Creek IMW Topographic and Aerial Photography Surveys: 2010-­‐2011 Deliverables, K. DeMeurichy, Joseph M. Wheaton, S. Welsh, and F. Consolati; Report for Eco Logical Research and NOAA

Nutrient Transport Through Lakes in a Sub-Alpine Watershed in the Sawtooth Mountains of Idaho, David E. Epstein; UC Davis Limnology Lecture

A CDI Collaboration: Geosciences and Engineering for Intelligent Digital Watersheds, E. Foufoula, J. Schnoor, Patrick Belmont, and P. Passalacqua; A CDI Collaboration: Geosciences and Engineering for Intelligent Digital Watersheds

Revisiting Scaling Laws in River Basins: New Considerations Across Hillslope and Fluvial Regimes, C. Gangodagamage, Patrick Belmont, and E. Foufoula-Georgiou; Water Resources Research

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Revisiting scaling laws in river basins: New considerations across hillslope and fluvial regimes, Chandana Gangodagamage, Patrick Belmont, and Efi Foufoula-Georgiou; Water Resources Research

Amoebae and pathogenic Legionella pneumophila in saline environments, R. J. Gast, D. M. Moran, M. R. Dennett, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, and L. Amaral-Zettler; Journal of Water and Health

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Lakes as buffers of stream dissolved organic matter (DOM) variability: Temporal patterns of DOM characteristics in mountain stream-lake systems, K. J. Goodman, Michelle A. Baker, and Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences

Landscape Evolution in South-Central Minnesota and the Role of Geomorphic History on Modern Erosional Processes, K. B. Gran, Patrick Belmont, S. S. Day, N. Finnegan, C. Jennings, J. W. Lauer, and P. R. Wilcock; GSA Today

Landscape Evolution in South-Central Minnesota and the Role of Geomorphic History on Modern Erosional Processes, K. B. Gran, P. Belmont, S. S. Day, N. Finnegan, C. Jennings, J. W. Lauer, and P. R. Wilcock; GSA Today

An Integrated Sediment Budget for the Le Sueur River Basin, K. Gran, P. Belmont, S. Day, C. Jennings, J. W. Lauer, E. Viparelli, Peter Richard Wilcock, and G. Parker

The Potential of Passive Stream Restoration to Improve Ecosystem Health and Minimize the Impact of Fish Disease: A Short-Term Assessment, E. S. Hansen and Phaedra Budy; Journal of the North American Benthological Society

Morphodynamic Modeling of Gravel Bed Rivers: a Step-­‐Length Based Approach, A. Kasprak and Joseph M. Wheaton; AGU Fall Meeting 2011

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Lessons learned from invasive plant control experiments: a systematic review and meta-analysis, Karin M. Kettenring and Carrie R. Adams; Journal of Applied Ecology