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Book Chapter
White DS, Doyen J.T, Brigham W.U.  1984.  Aquatic Coleoptera. An Introduction to the Aquatic Insects of North America, pp. .. :361-437.
Batac-Catalan Z, White DS.  1984.  Effect of chromium on larval Chironomidae as determined by the optical-fiber light-interrruption biomonitoring system. Aquatic Toxicology and Hazard Assessment: Sixth Symposium. Special Technical Publication 802:469-481.
White DS, Hendricks SPatricia, Fortner SL.  1992.  Groundwater-surface water interactions and the distributions of aquatic macrophytes. Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ground Water Ecology. :247-255.
White DS.  1986.  Sediments and benthos. Principals and Practices of Pond Aquaculture. :15-20.
White DS.  1979.  Utilization of study streams. Innovative teaching in aquatic entomology. 43:51-55.
Journal Article
White DS.  1990.  Biological relationships to convective flow patterns within stream beds. Hydrobiologia. 196:149-158.
Batac-Catalan Z, White DS.  1982.  Creating and maintaining cultures of Chironomus tentans (Diptera: Chironomidae). Entomological News. 93:54-58.
Winnell MH, White DS.  1986.  The distribution of Heterotrissocladius oliveri Saether (Diptera: Chironomidae) in Lake Michigan. Hydrobiologia. 131:205-214.
Lauritsen DD, Mozley SC, White DS.  1985.  Distribution of oligochaetes in Lake Michigan and comments on their use as indices of pollution. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 11:67-76.
Krezoski JR, Robbins JA, White DS.  1984.  Dual radiotracer measurement of zoobenthos-mediated solute and particle transport in freshwater sediments. Journal of Geophysical Research. 89:7937-7947.
Winnell MH, White DS.  1984.  Ecology of shallow and deep water populations of Pontoporeia hoyi (Smith) (Amphipoda) in Lake Michigan. Freshwater Invertebrate Biology. 3(3):118-138.
Winnell MH, White DS.  1985.  Ecology of some Chironomidae (Diptera) from southeastern Lake Michigan, U.S.A. Transactions of the American Entomological Society. 111:279-359.
White DS, Pringle CMann.  1984.  Field centers: 2. The University of Michigan Biological Station. Bulletin of the North American Benthological Society. 1:71-73.
Hendricks SPatricia, White DS.  1988.  Hummocking by lotic Chara: observations on alterations of hyporheic temperature patterns. Aquatic Botany. 31:13-22.
Fortner SL, White DS.  1988.  Interstitial water patterns: a factor influencing the distributions of some lotic aquatic vascular macrophytes. Aquatic Botany. 31:1-12.
White DS, Sexton OJ.  1989.  The monarch butterfly (Lepidoptera: Danaidae) as prey for the dragonfly Hagenius brevistylus (Odonata: Gomphidae). Entomological News. 100:129-132.
White DS.  1993.  Perspectives on defining and delineating hyporheic zones. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 12(1):61-69.
Hendricks SPatricia, White DS.  1991.  Physicochemical patterns within a hyporheic zone of a northern Michigan river, with comments on surface water patterns. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 48:1645-1654.
Robbins JA, Husby-Coupland K, White DS.  1984.  Precise radiotracer measurement of the rate of sediment reworking by Stylodrilus heringianus and the effects of variable dissolved oxygen concentrations. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 10:335-347.
Hendricks SPatricia, White DS.  1995.  Seasonal biogeochemical patterns in surface water, subsurface hyporheic, and riparian ground water in a temperate stream ecosystem. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie. 134(4):459-490.
White DS.  1982.  Stenelmis morsei, a new species of riffle beetle (Coleoptera: Dryopoidea: Elmidae) from South Carolina. The Coleopterists Bulletin. 36:170-174.
White DS, Elzinga CH, Hendricks SPatricia.  1987.  Temperature patterns within the hyporheic zone of a northern Michigan river. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 6:85-91.
Winnell MH, White DS.  1985.  Trophic status of southeastern Lake Michigan based on the Chironomidae (Diptera). Journal of Great Lakes Research. 11:540-548.