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2005

An Experimental Evaluation of Competitive and Thermal Effects on Brown Trout (Salmo trutta) and Cutthroat Trout ( Oncorhynchus clarki utah) Performance Along an Altitudinal Gradient, P. McHugh and Phaedra Budy; Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

STREAM and LAASM: Models for Mono Basin Operations, S. K. Tanaka, M. L. Deas, and Sarah E. Null; Los Angeles Department of Water and Power

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Soil Carbon Distribution and Quality in a Montane Rangeland-Forest Mosaic in Northern Utah, Helga Van Miegroet, J. L. Boettinger, Michelle A. Baker, J. Nielsen, D. Evans, and A. Stum; Forest Ecology and Management

Artificial Floods in Grand Canyon: Are They Working?, Peter Richard Wilcock; Geological Society of Natural Resources, Monitorint and Non-Tidal Assessmnet Division, Public Seminar

Research, Method Development, and Training in Stream Restoration: Initiative at the National Center for Earth-Surface Dynamics, Peter Richard Wilcock; Baltimore Ecosystem Study (NSF LTER)

Sediment Transport in Stream Resoration Design, Peter Richard Wilcock; Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources, Monitorigng and Non-Tidal Assessment Division, Public Seminar

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Persistence of Armor Layers in Gravel-Bed Streams, Peter Richard Wilcock and B. T. DeTemple; Geophysica Research Letters

Lakes as Nutrient “Sources” for Watersheds: A Landscape Analysis of the Temporal Flux of Nitrogen through Sub-Alpine Lakes and Streams, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Michelle A. Baker, H. P. Gross, and P. D. Brown; Verhandlungen der Internationalen Vereinigung für Theoretische und Angewandte Limnologie

Landscape Patterns of Streams & Lakes in Montane Watersheds Determine Water Temperatures & Nutrient Transport: Watershed Analyses and N Tracer Experiments, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, J. Garrett, G. Burkart, W. Fleenor, K. Nydick, R. Hall, and Michelle A. Baker; American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Spain

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Continuing Analysis of Phytoplankton Nutrient Limitation in Farmington Bay and the Great Salt Lake, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh and Amy Marcarelli; Report To The Central Davis Sewer Improvement District

2004

Linking Environmental Heterogeneity to the Distribution and Prevalence of Myxobolus cerebralis: A Comparison Across Sites in a Northern Utah, E. A. de la Hoz Franco and Phaedra Budy; Transactions of the American Fisheries Society

Complex Channel Responses to Changes in Stream Flow and Sediment Supply on the Lower Duchesne River, Utah, D. A. Gaeuman, J. C. Schmidt, and Peter Richard Wilcock; Geomorphology

Brine Shrimp Predation by an Invertebrate Predator in Farmington Bay, Great Salt Lake, Utah, Amy Marcarelli and Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; Spring Runoff Conference

Patterns of Spawning Habitat Selection and Suitability for Two Populations of Snake River Spring Chinook Salmon, P. McHugh and Phaedra Budy; Transactions of the American Fisheries Society

A Model-Based Assessment of the Potential Response of Snake River Spring/Summer Chinook Salmon to Habitat Improvements, P. McHugh, Phaedra Budy, and H. Schaller; Transactions of the American Fisheries Society

Predicting benefits of spawning-­‐ habitat rehabilitation to salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) fry production in a regulated California river, J. E. Merz, J. D. Setka, G. B. Pasternack, and Joseph M. Wheaton; Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

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Evidence of Coprophagy in Freshwater Zooplankton, A. Pilati, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, and N. R. Brindza; Freshwater Biology

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Exploring Interactions Between Pollutant Emissions and Climatic Variability in Growth of Red Spruce in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, K. L. Webster, I. F. Creed, N. S. Nicholas, and Helga Van Miegroet; Water, Air, and Soil Polution

Modelling Fluvial Sediment Budgets Under Uncertainty, Joseph M. Wheaton, J. Brasington, and R. D. Williams; Eos Trans.

Use of habitat heterogeneity in salmonid spawning habitat rehabilitation design, Joseph M. Wheaton, G. B. Pasternack, and J. E. Mertz; Fifth International Symposium on Ecohydraulics: Aquatic Habitats: Analysis and Restoration

Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation -­‐ I. Conceptual Approach and Methods, Joseph M. Wheaton, G. B. Pasternack, and J. E. Merz; International Journal of River Basin Management

Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation -­‐ II. Using Hypothesis Testing and Development in Design, Mokelumne River, California, U.S.A., Joseph M. Wheaton, G. B. Pasternack, and J. E. Merz; International Journal of River Basin Management

Preliminary Results of an International River Restoration Survey, Joseph M. Wheaton, D. A. Sear, and S. E. Darby; River Restoration Centre Annual Network Conference

Uncertain Notions of `Natural' Targets in River Restoration, Joseph M. Wheaton, D. A. Sear, and S. E. Darby; Joint International Geomorphology Conference

Sediment Transport in Gravel-Bed Rivers, with Implications for Channel Change, Peter Richard Wilcock; University of California, Berkeley

Sediment Transport in the Restoration of Gravel-bed Rivers, Peter Richard Wilcock; American Society of Civil Engineers, Environment and Water Resources Institute Annual Congress, Salt Lake City

Sediment Transport in the Restoration of Gravel-bed Rivers, Peter Richard Wilcock; Environmental and Water Resources Institute

The Bed of Gravel Rivers, Peter Richard Wilcock; John Hopkins University, Dept. of Geography and Evironmental Engineering

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Analysis of Phytoplankton Nutrient Limitation in Farmington Bay and the Great Salt Lake, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh and Amy Marcarelli; Report To The Central Davis Sewer Improvement District

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Hydrogen Sulfide in Farmington Bay and the Great Salt Lake: A Potential Odor-Causing Agent, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh and Amy Marcarelli; Report To The Central Davis Sewer Improvement District

Eutrophication in Farmington Bay: an Urban Embayment of the Great Salt Lake, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Amy Marcarelli, and Donovan Gross; Spring Runoff Conference

Nitrogen Transport Through Linked Stream-lake Systems Measured With N Tracer, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Koren Nydick, Michelle A. Baker, and Bob Hall; American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Savannah, Georgia

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Analysis of Phytoplankton Nutrient Limitation in Farmington Bay and the Great Salt Lake, Wayne Wurtsbaugh and Amy Marcarelli

2003

An Initial Inspection of the Transparency of Streams to Ultraviolet Radiation in 16 Small Pennsylvania Watersheds, Patrick Belmont; An Initial Inspection of the Transparency of Streams to Ultraviolet Radiation in 16 Small Pennsylvania Watersheds

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Nitrogen Limitation of Phytoplankton in a Spanish Karst Lake with a Deep Chlorophyll Maximum: A Nutrient Enrichment Bioassay Approach, A. Camacho, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, M. R. Miracle, X. Armengol, and E. Vicente; Journal of Plankton Research

Evaluation of In-Channel Gravel Storage With Morphology-Based Gravel Budgets Developed from Planimetric Data, D. A. Gaeuman, J. C. Schnidt, and Peter Richard Wilcock; J. Geophysical Research - Earth Surface

Relationships Between Catalase and Lifespan in Recombinant Inbred Strains of Caenorhabditis Elegans, P. Hartman, Patrick Belmont, S. Zuber, N. Ishii, and J. Anderson; Journal of Nematology

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Partial Transport in a Natural Gravel-bed Channel, J. K. Haschenburger and Peter Richard Wilcock; Water Resources Research

Effects of food web structure and landscape age on zooplankton and fish assemblages in lakes at the Toolik Lake LTER Research Station, Chris Luecke; LTER All Scientists Meeting, Seattle

Effects of landscape age, geomorphology, and food web structure on productivity patterns in arctic lakes, Chris Luecke; Department of Geography, University of Utah

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Continuing Studies of Water Quality in Farmington Bay and the Great Salt Lake, Utah, Amy Marcarelli and Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; A Report to the Utah Division of Water Quality

Re-Assembling Hetch Hetchy: Water Supply Implications of Removing O’Shaughnessy Dam, Sarah E. Null; U.C. Davis Master's Thesis

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Importance of Zooplankton for the Persistence of a Deep Chlorophyll Layer: A Limnocorral Experiment, A. Pilati and Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; Limnology and Oceanography

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Winter Ecology of Kokanee: Implications for Salmon Management, G. B. Steinhart and Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; Transactions of the American Fisheries Society

Salmonid Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation in Regulated Rivers, Joseph M. Wheaton, G. B. Pasternack, and J. E. Mertz; Joint Regional Conference of Society for Ecological Restoration and Society of Wetland Scientists

Perspectives on Measuring and Modeling Bed-Material Transport in Gravel-Bed Rivers, Peter Richard Wilcock; Sediment Monitoring, Research Workshop, USGS, Flagstaff, AZ

Perspectives on Measuring and Modeling Bed-Material Transport in Gravel-Bed Rivers, Peter Richard Wilcock; Sediment Instrumentation, Analysis, Monitoring and Research Workshop, USGS, Flagstaff, AZ

Strategy for Sediment Studies in Trinity River Restoration, Peter Richard Wilcock; Trinity River RestorationProgram, Sediment Symposium, Weaverville, CA

The Bed of Gravel Rivers, Peter Richard Wilcock; Utah State University, Water Seminar

When Models Meet Managers: Examples from Geomorphology, Peter Richard Wilcock; Prediction in Geomorphology

A Surface-Based Transport Model for Sand and Gravel, Peter Richard Wilcock and J. C. Crowe; Hydraulic Engineering

Prediction in Geomorphology, Peter Richard Wilcock and R. M. Iverson; Geomophology

Draft Sediment Budget and Monitoring Plan: Trinity River, California, Lewiston Dam to Douglas City, Peter Richard Wilcock and S. L. Palmer; Report to US Army Engineer Research and Development Center, Coastal and Hydraulics Laboratory, Vicksburg, MS

2002

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Variation in Overstory Nitrogen Uptake in a Small, High-Elevation Southern Appalachian Spruce-Fir Watershed, M. Barker, Helga Van Miegroet, N. S. Nicholas, and I. F. Creed; Canadian Journal of Forest Research

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Using Empirical Erosion Models and GIS to Determine Erosion Risk at Camp Williams, Utah, K. P. Bartsch, Helga Van Miegroet, J. Boettinger, and J. Dobrowolski; Journal of Soil and Water Conservation

Evidence Linking Delayed Mortality of Snake River Salmon to their Earlier Hydrosystem Experience, Phaedra Budy, G. P. Thiede, N. Bouwes, C. Petrosky, and H. Schaller; North American Journal of Fisheries Management

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Growth and Survival of Daphnia in Epilimnetic and Metalimnetic Water from Oligotrophic Lakes: The Effects of Food and Temperature, P. Cole, Chris Luecke, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, and G. Burkart; Freshwater Biology

Flow Recommendations for Channel Stability and Fishery Restoration on the Duchesne River, Utah, D. A. Gaeuman, J. C. Schmidt, and Peter Richard Wilcock; Report to the Upper Colorado Basin Restoration Program

Association Between Cedar Decline and Hillslope Stability in Mountainous Regions of Southeast Alaska, A. C. Johnson and Peter Richard Wilcock; Geomorphology

Fishes of the Copper River Watershed: Results of Sampling, June 28 to July 8, 2002, M. Koenig, C. Jeffres, and Joseph M. Wheaton; Roy Shlemon Course in Applied Watershed Science

Linking ecosystem processes to community structure: Lessons on compensatory mechanisms in arctic lakes, Chris Luecke; Ecological Society of American annual meeting, Tuscon

Phytoplankton nutrient-limitation in arctic lakes with and without fish, Chris Luecke; Limnology and Oceanography annual meetings. Victoria, Canada

Physical Habitats of Salmonids in a Glacial Watershed, Copper River, Alaska, Joseph M. Wheaton; Roy Shlemon Course in Applied Watershed Science

The Integrated Design Approach to Designing In-­‐ Stream Spawning Habitat Enhancement Projects: A Case Study on the Mokelumne River, Joseph M. Wheaton and G. B. Pasternack; Final Report for the East Bay Municipal Utility District

Integrated Approach to Designing Salmon Spawning Gravel Habitat Enhancement Alternatives, Joseph M. Wheaton, G. B. Pasternack, and J. E. Mertz; Salmon Restoration Federation Annual Conference

The Use of Spatial Complexity in a Spawning Gravel Rehabilitation Project, Joseph M. Wheaton, G. B. Pasternack, and J. E. Mertz; Eos Trans

Estimating Sediment Transport Rates in Gravel-bed Rivers, Peter Richard Wilcock; Maryland Dept. of Natural Resources and US Fish and Wildlife Service, Sediment and the Chesapeake Bay Waterched, Linthicum, Maryland

Living with Dams - Geomorphology's Role in Modern Dam Management, Peter Richard Wilcock; Binghamton Geomorphology Symposium, Bloomsburg, PA

Sand Inputs Increase Gravel Transport Rate, Peter Richard Wilcock; U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Economic and Environment FY02 Conference, New Orleams, LA

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A Two-fraction Model for the Transport of Sand/Gravel Mixtures, Peter Richard Wilcock and S. T. Kenworthy; Water Resources Research

Review of Idaho Power Company Documents Concerning Sediment-Related Impacts of the Hells Canyon Complex Dams on the Snake River in Hells Canyon, Peter Richard Wilcock, J. C. Schmidt, and P. E. Grams

Topo-Morphometric Analysis of Lake-Stream Interactions in Alpine Watersheds, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh and Michelle A. Baker; American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Victoria, British Columbia

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Comparative Analysis of Pollution in Farmington Bay and the Great Salt Lake, Utah, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, Amy Marcarelli, Cameron Christison, Joel Moore, Donovan Gross, Sophia Bates, and Sara Kircher; A Report to the Utah Division of Water Quality

2001

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Grazing by a Dominant Rotifer Conochilus unicornis Rousselet in a Mountain lake: In Situ Measurements with Synthetic Microspheres, X. Armengol, L. Boronat, A. Camacho, and Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh; Hydrobiologia

Effects of ultraviolet radiation and nutrients on periphyton growth in Castle Lake, California, B. Higley, H. J. Carrick, M. Brett, Chris Luecke, and C. R. Goldman; International Review in Hydrobiology

Biocomplexity in modeling aquatic community response to human impacts, Chris Luecke; Workshop on issues and challenges in modeling biocomplexity in Lake Erie, Columbus Ohio

Patterns of trophic transfer in arctic lake ecosystems, Chris Luecke; Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts

Using stable isotopes to assess food web linkages in arctic lakes, Chris Luecke and G. Burkart; Limnology and Oceanography annual meetings. Albuquerque, NM

Evaluation of Survival Trends in the Freshwater Spawning and Rearing Life Stage for Snake River Spring/Summer Chinook, C. E. Petrosky, H. A. Schaller, and Phaedra Budy; Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

Flow, Sediment Transport, and Aquatic Habitat in Large Rivers, J. C. Pitlick and Peter Richard Wilcock; Water Sciences and Application

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Salmonine Consumption and Competition for Endemic Prey Fishes in Bear Lake, Utah-Idaho, J. R. Ruzycki, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, and Chris Luecke; Transactions of the American Fisheries Society

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Is There Synchronicity in N Input and Output Fluxes at the Noland Divide Watershed, a Small N-Saturated Forested Catchment in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Helga Van Miegroet, I. F. Creed, N. S. Nicholas, D. G. Tarboton, K. L. Webster, J. Shubzda, B. Robinson, J. Smoot, D. W. Johnson, S. E. Lindberg, G. Lovett, S. Nodvin, and S. Moore; TheScientificWorld

Integrating Empirical Geomorphology, CAD and 2-­‐D Hydraulic Models as Design Tools for Salmonid Spawning Gravel Rehabilitation Projects, Joseph M. Wheaton, G. B. Pasternack, and J. E. Mertz; Eos Trans

Utilizing 2-­‐D Hydrodynamic Models as Design Tools for Salmonid Spawning Gravel Enhancement Projects, Joseph M. Wheaton, G. B. Pasternack, and J. E. Mertz; U.C. Davis Extension-­‐ Instream Habitat Improvement for Regulated Rivers Course

A Surface-Based Transport Model for Mixed Sand & Gravel, Peter Richard Wilcock; International Workshop on Sorted Sediments, Hydraulics Research, Wallingford UK

The Flow, the Bed, and the Transport: Interaction in Flume and Field, Peter Richard Wilcock; Gravel-bed Rivers V

The Flow, the Bed, and the Transport: Stream Beds, Their Armor, and Why It's Hard to Predict Transport Rate, Peter Richard Wilcock; University of Delaware, Dept. of Geology

Toward a Practical Method for Estimating Sediment Transport Rates in Gravel-bed Rivers, Peter Richard Wilcock; Earth Surface Processes and Landforms

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Experimental Study of the Transport of Mixed Sand and Gravel, Peter Richard Wilcock, S. T. Kenworthy, and J. C. Crowe; Water Resources Research

Effects of Epilimnetic Versus Metalimnetic Fertilization on the Phytoplankton and Periphyton of a Mountain Lake with a Deep Chlorophyll Maxima, W. A. Wurtsbaugh, H. P. Gross, Phaedra Budy, and C. Luecke; Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

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Limnological Control of Brine Shrimp Population Dynamics and Cyst Production in the Great Salt Lake, Utah, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh and Z. M. Gliwicz; Hydrobiologia

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Effects of Epilimnetic versus Metalimnetic Fertilization on the Phytoplankton and Periphyton of a Mountain Lake with a Deep Chlorophyll Maxima, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, H. P. Gross, P. Budy, and Chris Luecke; Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

2000

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Applying Ecological Principles to Management of U.S. National Forests, J. Aber, N. Christensen, I. Fernandez, J. Franklin, L. Hidinger, M. Hunter, J. McMahon, D. Mladenhoff, J. Pastor, D. Perry, R. Slangen, and Helga Van Miegroet; Issues in Ecology

Nutrient export from two high mountain lakes to outflow streams: The importance of inflow hydrodynamics and in-lake processes, G. Burkart, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, B. Fleenor, and Chris Luecke; Ecological Society of America. Snowbird, UT

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Effects of Land Use Change on Channel Morphology in Northeastern Puerto Rico, J. J. Clark and Peter Richard Wilcock; Bulletin

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Biogeochemical Effects of Global Change on U.S. National Parks, R. Herrmann, R. Stottlemyer, J. C. Zak, R. L. Edmonds, and Helga Van Miegroet; Journal of the American Water Resources Association

Stable isotopes as tools for understanding food web structure and function, Chris Luecke; Workshop on arctic food webs at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Massachusetts

Using Nitrogen Stable Isotopes to Assess Linkages Between Land Use Activities and Water Quality Western U.S. Watersheds, Chris Luecke, B. Thompson, and N. Mesner; 2000 Utah Nonpoint Source Water Quality Conference. Utah State University, Logan, UT

Effects of nutrient limitation, light limitation, and invertebrate grazers on phytoplankton living in deep chlorophyll layers, C. L. Sawatzky, Wayne A. Wurtsbaugh, and Chris Luecke; Ecological Society of America. Snowbird, UT

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A Review of Chemical and Physical Properties as Indicators of Forest Soil Quality: Challenges and Opportunities, S. H. Schoenholtz, Helga Van Miegroet, and J. A. Burger; Forest Ecology and Management