Hendricks, S.P. (in prep., 2013 publication date). Where Five Rivers Meet: Waterways of Far Western Kentucky. In: Lee, B.D., A. Jones, D. Carey, S. McSpirit, eds. Shaped by Water: Kentucky's Watersheds, Landscapes, and People. University of Kentucky Press.
Hendricks, S.P., B. Vandekopple, P. Goodspeed, D. White. (in prep.). Experimental slug test verification of groundwater flow paths from Douglas Lake to the Little Carp River Watershed and Burt Lake, northern Michigan, USA. Hydroecology Journal.
Hendricks, S.P., T. Levine, D.S. White, et al. (In prep.) Sulfate patterns in a main-stem reservoir, Kentucky Lake, USA: Reanalysis of 20-year long-term monitoring data. Journal of Environmental Monitoring.
Fryar, A.E., K.E. Thompson, S.P. Hendricks, and D.S. White. 2010. Incorporating a watershed-based capstone field exercise into an introductory hydrogeology course. Journal of Geological Education 58(4): 214-220.
White, D.S. and S.P. Hendricks. 2010. Lakes and Reservoirs as Environmental Sensors: the Value of Long-Term and High Frequency Monitoring, p. 31-41. In: Hamilton, S.W., A.F. Scott, and L.D. Estes. Proceedings of the 13th conference on the Natural History of Land-Between-the-Lakes, Brandon Springs, TN.
Hendricks, S. and T. Timmons. 2008. Fish species of the Little River basin, western Kentucky, 2000-2003. J. Kentucky Acad. Sci. 69(2):187-192.
Hunt, C.S. and S.P. Hendricks. 2008. Diatom species composition and environmental conditions at four perennial springs in western Kentucky and Tennessee. J. Kentucky Acad. Sci. 69(2):141-151.
Hendricks, S.P., J.H. Duff, F.J. Triska, and A.P. Jackman. 2008. Bacterial biomass and productivity within hyporheic sediments of a sandy-bed, low elevation river in northcentral Minnesota. Verh. Internat. Verein Limnol. 30:203-212.
Hendricks, S.P. and M.R. Luttenton. 2007 Benthic algal taxa (exluding the diatoms) in the Little River basin, western Kentucky, USA. J. Kentucky Acad. Sci. 68:31-36.
Fryar, A.E., K.E. Thompson, S.P. Hendricks, and D.S. White. 2007. Groundwater flow and reservoir management in a tributary watershed along Kentucky Lake. J. Kentucky Acad. Sci. 68:11-23.
Hendricks, S.P., M.R. Luttenton, and S.W. Hunt. 2006. Benthic diatom species list and environmental conditions in the Little River basin, western Kentucky, USA. J. Kentucky Acad. Science 67: 22-38.
Yurista, P., D.S. White, G.W. Kipphut, G. Rice, K. Johnston, and S.P. Hendricks. 2004. Nutrient patterns in a mainstem reservoir, Kentucky Lake, USA, over a 10-year period. Lake and Reservoir Management 20: 148-163.
Battin, T., L.A. Kaplan, J.D. Newbold, and S.P. Hendricks. 2003. A mixing model analysis of stream solute dynamics and the contribution of a hyporheic zone to ecosystem function. Freshwater Biology 48: 995-1014.
Bukaveckas, P.A., J.J. Williams, and S.P. Hendricks. 2002. Factors regulating autotrophy and heterotrophy in the main channel and an embayment of a large river impoundment (Kentucky Lake). Aquatic Ecology 36: 355-369.
Duff, J.H., S.P. Hendricks, A.P. Jackman, and F.J. Triska. 2002. The effect of Elodea canadensis beds on porewater chemistry, microbial respiration, and nutrient retention in the Shingobee River, Minnesota, NA. Verh. Internat. Verein Limnol. 28: 214-222.
Halda-Alija, L., S.P. Hendricks, and T. Johnston. 2001. Spatial and temporal variation of Enterobacter genotypes in sediments and the underlying hyporheic zone of an agricultural stream. Microbial Ecology 42: 286-294.
Hendricks, S.P., and D.S. White. 2000. Stream and groundwater influences on phosphorus biogeochemistry, pages 221-235. In: Jones, J.J. and P.J. Mulholland (eds.), Streams and Ground Waters. Academic Press.
White, D.S., and S.P. Hendricks. 2000. Lotic macrophytes and surface-subsurface exchange processes, pages 363-379. In: Jones, J.J. and P.J. Mulholland (eds.), Streams and Ground Waters. Academic Press.
Hendricks, S.P. 2000. Bioassessment of hyporheic microbial communities using a specially-designed sediment colonization chamber, pp. 107-112. In: Proceedings of the ground-water/surface-water interactions workshop. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, publication no. EPA/542/R-00/007. www.clu-in.org.
Hendricks, S.P and G. Rice. 2000. Utilization of a specially-designed sediment colonization chamber for examining hyporheic microbial communities. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 15: 445-453.
Hart, D.R., P.J. Mulholland, E.R. Marzolf, D.L. DeAngelis, and S.P. Hendricks. 1999. Relationships between hydraulic parameters in a small stream under varying flow and seasonal conditions. Hydrological Processes 13: 1497-1510.
Mulholland, P.J., E.R. Marzolf, J.R. Webster, D.R. Hart, and S.P. Hendricks. 1997. Evidence that hyporheic zones increase heterotrophic metabolism and phosphorus uptake in forested streams. Limnology and Oceanography, 42: 443-451.
Hendricks, S.P. 1996. Bacterial biomass, activity, and production within the hyporheic zone of a north-temperate stream. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 136: 467-487.
Hendricks, S.P. and D.S. White. 1995. Seasonal biogeochemical patterns in surface water, subsurface hyporheic, and riparian groundwater in a temperate stream ecosystem. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 134: 459-490.
Mulholland, P.J., E.R. Marzolf, S.P. Hendricks, R.V. Wilkerson and A.K. Baybayan. 1995. Longitudinal patterns in periphyton biomass, productivity, and nutrient cycling: a test of upstream-downstream linkage. J. No. Amer. Benthol. Soc. 14: 357-370.
Hendricks, S.P. 1993. Microbial ecology of the hyporheic zone: a perspective on the integration of hydrology and biology. J. No. Amer. Benthol. Soc. 12: 70-78.
Hendricks, S.P. 1992. Bacterial dynamics near the groundwater-surface water interface (hyporheic zone) of a sandy-bed, third-order stream in northern Michigan, p. 27-35. In: Stanford, J.A. and J.J. Simons (Eds.). Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ground Water Ecology. American Water Resources Association, Bethesda, Maryland.
White, D.S., S.P. Hendricks, and S.L. Fortner. 1992. Groundwater-surface water interactions and the distributions of aquatic macrophytes, p. 247-255. In: Stanford, J.A. and J.J. Simons (Eds.). Proceedings of the First International Conference on Ground Water Ecology, American Water Resources Association, Bethesda, Maryland.
Hendricks, S.P. and D.S. White. 1991. Physicochemical patterns within a hyporheic zone of a northern Michigan river, with comments on surface water patterns. Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 48: 1645-1654.
Hendricks, S.P. and D.S. White. 1988. Hummocking by lotic Chara (Charales): observations on alterations of hyporheic temperature patterns. Aquatic Botany 31: 13-22.
White, D.S., C.H. Elzinga, and S.P. Hendricks. 1987. Temperature patterns within the hyporheic zone of a northern Michigan river. J. No. Amer. Benthol. Soc. 6: 85-91.
Hazlett, B.T., S.P. Hendricks, G.P. Fons, P.W. Thompson, and J.R. Wells. 1986. A botanical foray to the Fox Islands, northern Lake Michigan. Michigan Botanist 25: 3-10.
Hendricks, S. P. 2010. Total Maximum Daily Load for 37 Pathogen-Impaired Stream Segments in the Clarks River Basin, (Eschericia coli and coliforms), USGS Hydrologic Unit 06040006. Kentucky Division of Water, Frankfort, KY. 218 p.
Hendricks, S.P, D.S. White, and T. Timmons. 2006. Final Report: Biological assessment of the Little River Watershed, 2003. Kentucky Division of Water/U.S. EPA. Frankfort, KY.
Hendricks, S.P. and T.O. Johnson. 2005. Project Report: Specimen incorporation, database and website development for the Murray State University Herbarium. Kentucky Academy of Science.
White, D., S. Entrekin, T. Timmons, and S. Hendricks. 2002. Biological monitoring in the lower Cumberland and Tennessee River basins. Kentucky Non-Point Source Conference, Barkley Lake Resort Park, Sept. 2002.
White, D., S. Entrekin, T. Timmons, and S. Hendricks. 2002. Biological baseline conditions in the Little River Watershed. Kentucky Non-Point Source Conference, Barkley Lake Resort Park, Sept. 2002.
White, D.S., S.P. Hendricks, G. Kipphut, T. Johnston, W. Spencer. 2000. Final Report. A comparison of agricultural vs. forested basins: carbon and nutrient cycling within the hyporheic ecotone of streams. EPA/NSF Water and Watersheds Program. EPA grant# R824786.