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Using fish distributions and behavior in patchy habitats to evaluate potential effects of fragmentation on small marsh fishes: a case study. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 31(Suppl. 1):197-211.. 2005.
Use of fine-scale current refuges by fishes in a temperate warm-water stream. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 84:1071-1078.. 2006.
The impact of changes in water level and human development on forage fish assemblages in Great Lakes coastal marshes. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 34:615-630.. 2008.
Hydrostatic stability of fish with swim bladders: not all fish are unstable. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 72:1149-1154.. 1994.
Habitat and human influences on larval fish assemblages in Northern Lake Huron coastal marsh bays. Wetlands. 21(2):281-291.. 2001.
Fish Response to Velocity-Related Flow Modifications in a Warm-Water Stream. School of Natural Resources and Environment. Master's of Science:42.. 2010.
Do brown trout choose locations with reduced turbulence? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 135:610-619.. 2006.
Biological Station Fishes. The Changing Environment of Northern Michigan: A Century of Science and Nature at the University of Michigan Biological Station. :132-142.. 2010.