Effect of oral suction and other friction-enhancing behaviors on the station-holding performance of suckermouth catfish (Hypostomus spp.). Canadian Journal of Zoology. 85:1330140.. 2007.
The impacts of flow on chemical communication strategies and fight dynamics of crayfish. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology. 39(4):245-258.. 2006.
Use of fine-scale current refuges by fishes in a temperate warm-water stream. Canadian Journal of Zoology. 84:1071-1078.. 2006.
Prospective study of swimmer's itch incidence and severity. Journal of Parasitology. 90(4):697-704.. 2004.
Swimmer's itch: incidence and risk factors. American Journal of Publich Health. 94(5):738-741.. 2004.
Spatial variability and assemblage structure of stream hydropsychid caddisflies. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 21(4):576-588.. 2002.
Unionid bivalve influence on benthic algal community composition in a Michigan lake. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 17(4):489-500.. 2002.
Forest cover algorithms for estimating meteorological forcing in a numerical snow model. Hydrological Processes. 14(18):3239-3256.. 2000.
Mercury speciation in natural waters: measurement of dissolved gaseous mercury with a field analyzer. Biogeochemistry. 48:237-259.. 2000.
Responses of tree fine roots to temperature. New Phytologist. 147:105-115.. 2000.
The effects of shoreline habitat and land development on larval fish assemblages in Lake Huron bays, Les Cheneaux, Michigan. School of Natural Resources and Environment. Master of Science:42pp... 1999.
AMS radiocarbon dating of Lake Michigan beach-ridge and dune development. Quaternary Research. 48:137-140.. 1997.
Interference and resource competition in two land snails: adults inhibit conspecific juvenile growth in field and laboratory. Journal of Molluscan Studies. 63:389-399.. 1997.
Scale-dependent determinants and consequences of benthic algal heterogeneity. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 16(1):248-262.. 1997.
Sugar maple fine root respiration and longevity along a latitudinal gradient. Doctor of Philosophy:104pp... 1997.
Bacterial biomass, activity, and production within the hyporheic zone of a north-temperate stream. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie. 136(4):467-487.. 1996.
Hydraulic habitat of plants in streams. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management. 12:131-144.. 1996.
Hydraulic habitat suitability for periphyton in rivers. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management. 12:251-261.. 1996.
The stimulation and drag of current. Algal Ecology. :321-340.. 1996.
Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing: An Evaluation of Methods and Prediction of Receiving System Impacts. Pellston Workshop on Whole Effluent Toxicity: 16-21 September 1995. :340pp... 1996.
Estimating soil temperatures and frost in the lake effect snowbelt region, Michigan, USA. Cold Regions Science and Technology. 23(4):317-332.. 1995.
Spatial and temporal patterns of soil water in upland forests along a productivity gradient in northern lower Michigan: generating mechanisms and implications for species diversity. Doctor of Philosophy:230pp... 1994.
Using GIS for local groundwater protection: a case study. Master of Science:23pp... 1994.
Color morphs of the crayfish Orconectes virilis. The American Midlands Naturalist. 129:182-199.. 1993.
The demography of fine roots in response to patches of water and nitrogen. New Phytologist. 125:575-580.. 1993.
Longitudinal physicochemical and biological patterns near the groundwater-surface water interface (hyporheic zone) within a sandy-bed, third-order stream. School of Natural Resources. Doctor of Philosophy:177pp... 1992.
Influence of temperature on the development of Schistosoma haematobium in Bulinus truncatus. Journal of Medical and Applied Malacology. 1:123-131.. 1989.
Effects of water and substratum nutrient supplies on lotic periphyton growth: an integrated bioassay. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 44:619-629.. 1987.
Microhabitat selection and the successional gradient of a forest grass. Canadian Journal of Botany. 64:734-738.. 1986.
Phenotypic flexibility and genetic adaptation along a gradient of secondary forest succession in the grass Danthonia spicata. Canadian Journal of Botany. 64:739-747.. 1986.
Differences between tree species in hydraulic press calibration of leaf water potential are correlated with specific leaf area. Plant, Cell and Environment. 7:597-600.. 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.. 1984.
Spatial and temporal distribution of benthic diatoms in northern Lake Michigan. Ecology. 64(6):1566-1580.. 1983.
The northern limits of glacial Lake Algonquin in upper Michigan. Quaternary Research. 15:291-310.. 1981.
Ground water quality in northern Michigan ecosystems as affected by land use patterns and geologic characteristics. Agro-Ecosystems. 5:231-243.. 1979.
Ultrastructure of the eggshell of two species of anoline lizards. Journal of Experimental Zoology. 207:227-236.. 1979.
Zooperiphyton (especially protozoa) as indicators of water quality. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 97:44-49.. 1978.
A comparison of fresh-water protozoan communities in geographically proximate but chemically dissimilar bodies of water. Archiv fur Protistenkunde. 115:154-161.. 1973.
Rapid biological monitoring system for determining aquatic community structure in receiving systems. Biological Methods for the Assessment of Water Quality. Special Technical Publication 528:148-163of256pp... 1973.
A tentative proposal for a rapid in-plant biological monitoring system. Biological Methods for the Assessment of Water Quality. Special Technical Publication 528:127-147of256pp... 1973.
Aggregative behavior of tadpoles of the American toad, Bufo americanus in Michigan. Doctor of Philosophy:290pp... 1972.
Probing the delicate balance: Research at the Biological Station. Research News, Office of Research Administration, The University of Michigan. 23(4):1-16.. 1972.
Refining correlations of water deficits and radial growth in young red pine. Ecology. 48:525-530.. 1967.
Moisture exchange between the atmosphere and some lichens of the genus Cladonia. Mycologia. 58:148-156.. 1966.
A procedure for calculating daily moisture stress and its utility in regressions of tree growth on weather. Ecology. 47:64-74.. 1966.
Transpiration and energy exchange. The Quarterly Review of Biology. 41:353-364.. 1966.
Evidence of a spring rise in metabolic rate in the burrowing mayfly Ephemera simulans Walker. Hydrobiologia. 23:506-510.. 1964.
Rates of desiccation and rehydration of eggs in a terrestrial salamander, Plethodon cinereus. Copeia. 75:110-112.. 1961.
Water transport studies in the Straits of Mackinac region of Lake Huron. Limnology and Oceanography. 5:81-85.. 1960.
Plant moisture measurements. Proceedings of the IX International Botanical Congress, Montreal. 2:299-300.. 1959.
Biology of the oligochaete Eisenia rosea (Savigny) in an upland forest soil of southern Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 60:113-131.. 1958.
An analysis of the trematode genus Allocreadium Looss with the description of Allocreadium neotenicum sp. nov. from water beetles. Journal of Parasitology. 43:136-142.. 1957.
Currents and water masses of Lake Huron. :101pp... 1956.
Preliminary list of the Arrenuri of Michigan. Part III. The subgenera Micruracarus and Truncaturus. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 74:60-67.. 1955.
Preliminary studies of the Hydracarina of Michigan: the subfamily Foreliinae Viets (Acarina: Pionidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America. 48(4):299-307.. 1955.
Subaquatic light traps for insects and other animal organisms. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 58(3):387-407.. 1955.
Two new genera of Hydracarina from a spring in northern Michigan. The American Midlands Naturalist. 53:412-418.. 1955.
Natural history studies on the earthworms of Michigan. Doctor of Philosophy:282pp... 1954.
Preliminary list of the Arrenuri of Michigan. Part I. The subgenus Arrenurus. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 73:39-58.. 1954.
Preliminary list of the Arrenuri of Michigan. Part II. The subgenus Megaluracarus. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 73:367-380.. 1954.
Marshallothyas, a new genus belonging to the subfamily Thyasinae (Acarina, Hydracarina). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. 55(6):305-308.. 1953.
Genera of the Hydracarina in Michigan, with a revision of the Michigan Arrenuridae. Doctor of Philosophy:211pp... 1952.
Beachpool development at Sedge Point, Douglas Lake, Michigan. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 34:3-8.. 1950.
Bog levels. Science. 91:449-450.. 1940.
Conditions for the flowering of Utricularia resupinata. Lilloa. 5:159-162.. 1939.
Fresh-water communities. Paper No. III. Proceedings 1938 Cold Spring Harbor conference on plant and animal communities. The American Midlands Naturalist. 21:56-74.. 1939.
A limnological investigation of the microscopic benthic fauna of Douglas Lake, Michigan. Ecological Monographs. 9:537-582.. 1939.
The dragoyle as an ecological instrument. Ecology. 12:448-451.. 1931.
Heat and the flowering of Utricularia resupinata. Ecology. 10:353-354.. 1929.
Ground water as a possible factor in lowering dissolved oxygen in the deeper water of lakes. Ecology. 8:142-143.. 1927.
Hydracarina of the Douglas Lake region. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 46:268-285.. 1927.
The effect of inundation above a beaver dam upon upland vegetation. Torreya. 26:45-50.. 1926.
Further studies on the fishes of an acid lake. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 45:20-34.. 1926.
Sand flotation in nature. Science. 64:595-596.. 1926.
A limnological study of Hydra oligactis in Douglas Lake, Michigan. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society. 43:203-235.. 1924.
Seasonal variation in the number of vertebrae of fishes. Papers of the Michigan Academy of Science, Arts and Letters. 2:207-214.. 1923.
The relation between evaporation and plant succession in a given area. American Journal of Botany. 4:161-178.. 1917.
Some effects of excessive heat in northern Michigan. Torreya. 17:176-178.. 1917.