Papers Presented at Scientific Meetings

 
 
1. Landholt, K. and H. Whiteman. 2008. Morphological, behavioral, and life history response to predator presence by the mole salamander, Ambystoma talpoideum. Poster presented at the 2008 MSU Scholar’s Week Sigma Xi Poster Competition. Best Graduate Poster Award.
 
 
2. Zhang, Q. and K. He. 2008. Detecting and analyzing the spatial distribution of an invasive plant, Lonicera japonica, using remote sensing and GIS. Presented at the Fourth Kentucky Innovation and Enterprise Conference, Lexington, KY, April 17, 2008.
 
 
3. Mowery, H. and Loganathan, B.G. 2008. Persistent organic compounds in wastewater: Azithromycin and urobilin concentrations in wastewater treatment plant samples from Murray, Kentucky, Poster presented at the 2008 MSU’s Scholars Week Sigma Xi Poster Competition. April 21, 2008.
 
 
4. Loganathan, B.G. 2008. Global environmental contamination by persistent organic chemicals: Temporal trends and effects on wildlife and humans. Presented at the 2008 MSU Alumni Association Distinguished Researcher Colloquium. April 23, 2008.
 
 
5. Jiang, H., Liu, D., He, K. 2008. Using molecular markers to study the patterns of genotypic diversity of an invasive plant, Alligator Weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides). Annual Meeting of Kentucky Academy of Science, Lexington, Kentucky, October 30 -31.
 
 
6. He, K. 2008. Testing the roles of species native origin and family membership in intentional plant introductions using nursery data across the state of Kentucky. Kentucky Invasive Species Conference: Plants, Pathogens, Insects, and Animals, Lexington, Kentucky, December 15-16.
 
 
7. Galla, S.J. and D.E. Saar. 2008. Taxonomic status of Large-leafed Mulberry in Western Kentucky.” Poster during MSU Scholars’ Week Sigma Xi Poster Competition, Murray, KY.
 
 
8. Fowler, A. and Loganathan, B.G. 2008. Analysis of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in fish tissue extracts using gas chromatograph with electron capture detector. Poster presented at the 2008 MSU’s Scholars Week Sigma Xi Poster Competition. April 21, 2008. Best Undergraduate Poster Award
 
 
9. Buford, G., J. Kos, M., McCarthy, K. He. 2008. The effects of genetic diversity of Alligator Weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides) on its invasion capability. The Confluence of Biology and Mathematics in the Commonwealth, Murray, KY, May 16-17.
 
 
10. Benningfield, D., Loganathan, S.N. and Loganathan, B.G. 2008. BOD and COD analysis in water samples collected from Murray Wastewater Treatment Plant and Kentucky Lake. Poster presented at the 31st Annual Area Collegiate Chemistry Meeting held at UT-Maritin, April 26, 2008.
 
 
11. Sajwan, K.S., Senthilkumar, K., Roots, O., Kõlli, R. Mowery, H. and Loganathan, B.G. 2008. Persistent organochlorines and brominated diphenyl ethers in soils collected from rural and urban Estonia. International Symposium on Halogenated Environmental Pollutants (Dioxin 2008), August 17-22, 2008. Burmingham, England.
 
 
12. Ramsey, J. B., D. S. White and H-S. Jin. 2008. Production and life cycle of Hexagenia bilineata (Say) (Ephemeroptera: Ephemeridae) in Kentucky Lake, southwestern Kentucky. NABS Annual Meeting, Columbia SC.
 
 
13. Loganathan, B.G. 2008. Effect of selected organohalogen compounds on human natural killer cell function. Global COE Symposium organized by Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan. (Invited talk).
 
 
14. Landolt, K. and H. H. Whiteman. 2008. Effects of predators on growth and life history in the mole salamander, Ambystoma talpoideum. Joint Herpetology Meeting, Montreal, Canada.
 
 
15. Kling, G.W., K.A. Keller, G.W. Kipphut, N. Bettez, A.E. Giblin. 2008. Climate change: what’s coming down the pike may be from the land. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography.
 
 
16. Jin, H-S., J. B. Ramsey, and D. S. White. 2008. Reaeration coefficients in a small lentic ecosystem using the propane injection method. NABS Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT.
 
 
17. He, K. and Zhang, J. 2008. Testing the correlation between species diversity and productivity among global ecoregions, biomes, and biogeographical Realms. The 6th International Conference of Ecological Informatics, Cancun, Mexico, December 2-6.
 
 
18. Harris, C., Harris, K., Brian, Z., He, K. 2008. Invasion study: testing the roles of taxonomic affinity and species origin in intentional plant introductions using nursery data in Kentucky. 93rd ESA Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 3 – 8.
 
 
19. Eid, S., K.L. Druffel, D.E. Saar, and H.R. Pappu. 2008. Incidence and diversity of caulimoviruses in wild Dahlia species from Mexican highlands and the cultivated dahlias in the US. Annual Meeting of the American Phytopathological Society, Minneapolis, MN.
 
 
20. Brian, Z., Harris, C., Harris, K., He, K. 2008. Morphological plasticity: a comparative study of leaf traits between exotic honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica) and its native congener (Lonicera sempervirens). 93rd ESA Annual Meeting, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 3 – 8.
 
 
21. Snapp, C. and S. P. Hendricks. 2007. Courtney Snapp. Diatom colonization patterns, ?13C isotopic ratios, and water chemistry in springs of contrasting geologic origin in Land-Between-the-Lakes. Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute (KWRRI), Lexington, KY, March, 2008. Poster Presentation.
 
 
22. D. Kotter, E.G. Beck, P. Doss, S. Thompson, and H. Fannin. Environmental Monitoring and Assessement of the Groundwater Quality in Calloway County, Kentucky. Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium, Lexington, Kentucky. 2007.
 
 
23. Earl, J.E. and H.H. Whiteman. 2007. Lethal and sublethal effects of nutrient pollution on amphibians. Poster Presentation at the USDA Workshop for Understanding the Effects of Agriculture on Amphibians and Reptiles, St.Louis, MO.
 
 
24. Earl, J.E. and H.H. Whiteman. 2007. Lethal and sublethal effects of nutrient pollution on amphibians. Oral Presentation at the Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Poster Presentation at the the KWRRI annual meeting and the Murray State University Sigma Xi Poster Competition.
 
 
25. He, K. 2007. Correlating species richness and NDVI using beta diversity indices. Presented at Eco Summit 2007 ˆ Ecological Complexity and Sustainability: Challenges and Opportunities for 21st - Century‚s Ecology, May 24-26, 2007, Beijing, China.
 
 
26. He, K. 2007. Horticulture, a key source of introducing exotic species into native communities and ecosystems. Presented at the 12th Symposium on the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys - Habitat Fragmentation: Ecological Implications for Management, March 30-31, 2007, Brandon Spring, LBL., TN.
 
 
27. He, K. 2007. Using a biogeographical approach in the study of plant invasion. Presented at the State Key Laboratory of Urban & Regional Ecology, Research Centre for Eco-Environmental Sciences, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, China. May 30, 2007.
 
 
28. Hendricks, S. P. and C. Snapp. 2007. Diatom colonization patterns, ?13C isotopic ratios, and water chemistry in springs of contrasting geologic origin in Land-Between-the-Lakes. North American Diatom Symposium (NADS), Douglas Lake, MI, September, 2007. Poster presentation.
 
 
29. Hendricks, S. P. and D.S. White. 2007. Long-term solute flux patterns in streams of contrasting land-use in the lower Tennessee River Basin, USA. International Society of Limnology (SIL), Montreal, Quebec, CA, August, 2007.
 
 
30. Hendricks, S. P., J.H. Duff, F.J. Triska, and A.P. Jackman. 2007. Bacterial biomass and productivity within different subsurface hydrologic environments of a sandy, low elevation river in north-central Minnesota, USA. International Society of Limnology (SIL), Montreal, Quebec, CA, August, 2007.
 
 
31. Horii, Y., Reiner, J.L., Loganathan, B.G., Kumar, K.S., Sajwan, K.S. and Kannan, K. 2007. Mass balance assessment of polycyclic musks in wastewater treatment plants in Kentucky and Georgia. Paper presented at 27th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxin 2007), Tokyo, Japan. September 2-7, 2007.
 
 
32. Hwa-Seong Jin, James B. Ramsey, George W. Kipphut and David S. White. Reaeration coefficient measurements using a modified propane injection method in western Kentucky streams. North American Benthological Society. 2007.
 
 
33. James B. Ramsey, David S. White and Hwa-Seong Jin. Production and life cycle of Hexagenia bilineata (Say) (Ephemeroptera: Ephemeridae) in Kentucky Lake, southwestern Kentucky. North American Benthological Society. 2007.
 
 
34. Jin, H-S., J. B. Ramsey, G. W. Kipphut and D. S. White. 2007. Reaeration coefficient measurements using a modified propane injection method in western Kentucky streams. NABS Annual Meeting, Columbia SC.
 
 
35. Kumar, K.S., Sajwan, K.S., Richardson, J. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sediment and American oyster from marsh and estuarine ecosystem in Savannah, Georgia, USA. Paper presented at 27th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxin 2007), Tokyo, Japan. September 2-7, 2007.
 
 
36. Kumar, K.S., Sajwan, K.S., Richardson, J. and Loganathan, B.G. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sediment and American oyster from marsh and estuarine ecosystem in Savannah, Georgia, USAPaper presented at 27th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxin 2007), Tokyo, Japan. September 2-7, 2007.
 
 
37. Kumar, K.S., Sajwan, K.S., Weber-Goeke, M.A., Weber-Snapp, S., Kelley, S., Compton, S.S. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Organochlorine pesticides, PCBs, and PBDEs in selected plant species from a superfund site at Brunswick, Georgia, USA. Paper presented at 27th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxin 2007), Tokyo, Japan. September 2-7, 2007.
 
 
38. L.L. Blackketter and H.B. Fannin. Assessment of Arsenic and Other Metals in Groundwater Samples from Extreme Western Kentucky, 30th Annual Area Chemistry Meeting, Murray, Kentucky. 2007.
 
 
39. L.L. Blackketter, H.B. Fannin, E.G. Beck, and D. Kotter. Determination of Selected Inorganic Anions as an Indicator of Ground Water Quality in Hickman County, Kentucky. Poster #12, 13th Annual Kentucky EPSCoR Conference, Lexington, Kentucky. 2007.
 
 
40. L.L. Blackketter, H.B. Fannin, E.G. Beck, and D. Kotter. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment of Arsenic Metal in Groundwater Samples from Ballard, Carisle, and Graves Counties, Kentucky. Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium, Lexington, Kentucky, 2007.
 
 
41. Loganathan, B.G. 2007. CHE-388: International Experience in Chemistry- A Study Tour to Japan. Department of Chemistry Seminar Series. Seminar presented to faculty and students, Department of Chemistry, Murray State University, March 12, 2007.
 
 
42. Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Man-made chemical pollutants in the global environment: Time trends and their effect on wildlife and human health. MSU Earth Day Celebration Presentations. Presented to faculty and students of Murray State University. April 19, 2007. (Invited talk).
 
 
43. Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Man-made chemicals in the environment and their effect on human natural killer cell function. Seminar presented at the Dipartimento di Scienze Ambientali "G. Sarfatti", Università degli Studi di Siena, Siena, Italy. November 21, 2007. (Invited talk).
 
 
44. Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Organohalogen compounds and their effect on cancer-fighting potential in humans. Seminar presented to faculty and students in the College of Science, University of Toyama, Japan. September 3, 2007. (Invited talk)
 
 
45. Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Organohalogen compounds: Environmental contamination levels, bioaccumulation and effect on human NK Cell function. Seminar presented at Department of Natural Science and mathematics, Savannah State University, Savannah, GA. October 16, 2007.
 
 
46. Loganathan, B.G., Nune, S., Sickel, J., Sakatoku, A., Tanaka, D. and Nakamura, S. 2007. Persistent organic pollutant concentrations and stress protein levels in freshwater mussels from Kentucky Lake, USA. Paper presented at 27th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxin 2007), Tokyo, Japan. September 2-7, 2007.
 
 
47. Malia, P**., Mowery, H*. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Pharmaceutical Chemical Residues in Murray Wastewater Treatment Plant Samples. Poster presented at the 2007 MSU’s Scholars Week Sigma Xi Poster Competition. Received Best Poster Award in Chemistry.
 
 
48. Mowery, H. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Persistent organic compounds in wastewater: Azithromycin and urobilin concentrations in wastewater treatment plant samples from Murray, Kentucky, USA. Paper presented at 27th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxin 2007), Tokyo, Japan. September 2-7, 2007.
 
 
49. Nune, S**. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCBs), Chlorinated Pesticides and Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs) in Sediment, Mussel Tissue and Fish from Kentucky Lake. Poster presented at the 2007 MSU’s Scholars Week Sigma Xi Poster Competition. Received MSU’s Best Graduate Poster Award.
 
 
50. Oleg Kovtun and H.B. Fannin. Determination of Selected Inorganic Elements in Surface Water from Calloway County by Inductively Coupled Plasma Optical Emission Spectroscopy. 30th Annual Area Chemistry Meeting, Murray, Kentucky. 2007.
 
 
51. Ramsey, J. B., Jin, H. & White, D. S. 2007. Estimating ecosystem metabolism in a beaver impounded system in southern Land Between the Lakes. Presented at the 12th Symposium on the Natural History of the Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, March 2007.
 
 
52. Sajwan, K.S., Kumar, K.S., Richarson, J. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Organochlorine compounds and alkylphenols in sediment and oyster samples collected from marsh/estuarine ecosystem in Savannah, Georgia, USA. Paper presented at 27th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxin 2007), Tokyo, Japan. September 2-7, 2007.
 
 
53. Sajwan, K.S., Kumar, K.S., Weber-Goeke, M.A., Weber-Snapp, S., Gibson, C., Compton, S.S. and Loganathan, B.G. 2007. Elevated Arolcor 1268 congeners and residues of polybrominated diphenyl ethers in sediment from a superfund site at Brunswick, Georgia, USA. Paper presented at 27th International Symposium on Halogenated Persistent Organic Pollutants (Dioxin 2007), Tokyo, Japan. September 2-7, 2007.
 
 
54. Snapp, C. and S. P. Hendricks. 2007. Diatom colonization patterns, ?13C isotopic ratios, and water chemistry in springs of contrasting geologic origin in Land-Between-the-Lakes. Kentucky Academy of Science, Richmond, KY, November, 2007.
 
 
55. Snapp, C. and S. P. Hendricks. 2007. Diatom colonization patterns, ?13C isotopic ratios, and water chemistry in springs of contrasting geologic origin in Land-Between-the-Lakes. Presented at Brandon Springs meeting, LBL, March, 2007. Oral presentation.
 
 
56. Snapp, C. and S. P. Hendricks. 2007. Diatom colonization patterns, ?13C isotopic ratios, and water chemistry in springs of contrasting geologic origin in Land-Between-the-Lakes. Presented at Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute, Lexington, KY, March 2007. Poster.
 
 
57. Benson, J. and S. Hendricks. Landscape characterization of the Clarks River watershed in western Kentucky. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
58. Chien, I., B. Loganathan, and H. Whiteman. PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticide concentrations in amphibian samples from western Kentucky. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
59. Earl, J. and H. WhitemanThe effects of nitrate pollution on fluctuating asymmetry in American toad tadpoles. ORBCRE, Murray State University. . 2006.
 
 
60. Grosser, M., H. H. Lin, and T. Johnston. Archaeal diversity in the sediments of the Ledbetter embayment. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
61. Jin, H. S., J. B. Ramsey, and D. S. White. Nutrient uptake and retention patterns in two western Kentucky streams with contrasting watershed landuse. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
62. Kipphut, G. and H. H. Richard. CO2 concentrations in Kentucky Lake reservoir: sources and long-term trends. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
63. Lapviboonsuk, J. and B. Loganathan. Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in sediment and mussel tissues from Kentucky Lake and the lower Tennessee River. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
64. Matos, M. E. and G. W. Kipphut. Measurements of carbon and nitrogen isotopic ratios in biota of two western Kentucky and Tennessee streams. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
65. Morton, J. K. Seaford, B. Loganathan, and D. A. Owen. Chlorinated hydrocarbon pollutants in pine needles and bambooleaves: an atmospheric evaluation of western Kentucky. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
66. Naugle, B., H. Cetin, and K.l Richard. Chlorophyll-a monitoring for Kentucky Lake using spectroradiometer and LANDSAT data. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
67. Newborn, S. and K. He. Species diversity vs. community invisibility: Testing Elton’s hypothesis using invasive alligator weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides). ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
68. Nune, S. and B. Loganathan. Selected organohalogen compound concentrations in fish samples collected from Kentucky Lake. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
69. Ramsey, J., D. S. White, and H. Jin. Spatial distribution of benthic macroinvertebrates in a sidearm embayment of Kentucky Lake. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
70. Sadi. B. B. and B. Lognathan. Historical trends of selected chlorinated hydrocarbon pollutants in Kentucky Lake sediments. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
71. Thompson, S. J. and H. B. Fannin. Determination of selected metal concentrations in groundwater from Calloway Co., Kentucky. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
72. White, D. S. and S. P. HendricksMSU’S Center for Reservoir Research: National Ecological Observatory Network (NEON): Where is the Ohio River in this plan? 2006. ORBCRE, Murray State University. . 2006.
 
 
73. Williamson, M. and D. S. White. Copepod patterns in a mainstem reservoir, Kentucky Lake, USA. ORBCRE, Murray State University. 2006.
 
 
74. Benson, J. GIS for the Four Rivers Watershed Watch. Seventh Annual Teaching and Technology Forum, Murray State University, September 16, 2004. Gilliland, E. 2005.
 
 
75. Beth A. Kobylarz, Howard H. Whiteman, Bommanna G. Loganathan, I-Lun Chien, and Prachya Mruetusatorn. PCB Congeners and Chlorinated Pesticides Concentrations in Amphibian Samples Collected from Western Kentucky. 11th EPSCoR Conference, Louisville, KY. 2005.
 
 
76. Bommanna G. Loganathan and Howard Whiteman. The Impact of Age and Sex on the Chemical Exposure and Developmental Stability in Rana catesbeiana. 11th EPSCoR Conference, Louisville, KY. 2005.
 
 
77. Doyle, J. M. Paedomorphosis in Ambystoma talpoideum: effects of initial body size variation and density. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20, 2005.
 
 
78. Doyle, J. M., and H. W. Whiteman. Paedomorphosis in Ambystoma talpoideum: effexts of initial body saize variation and density. 11th Symposium on the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brand Springs. 2005.
 
 
79. Dunlap, K. Brown, A. and Loganathan, B.G. Preliminary studies on atrazine levels in selected ponds from westernmost Kentucky. Sigma Xi Poster Competition during the 2005 MSU Scholars Week, April 18-22, 2005.
 
 
80. Hunt, S. Hyporheic diatoms heterotrophy beneath two streams of contrasting land use in western Kentucky and Tennessee. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20, 2005.
 
 
81. Klaus, S. E. Gravel bar hyporheic nitrification rates in agricultural and forested streams. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20, 2005.
 
 
82. Kobylarz, B. A., L. Chien, P. Mruetrsator, and K. Dunlap. The impact of age and sex on chemical exposure and developmental stability in North American bullfrogs (Rana catesbeiana). MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20, 2005.
 
 
83. Kobylarz, B. The impact of age and sex on the chemical exposure and developmental stability in Rana catesbeiana. 11th Symposium on the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brand Springs. 2005.
 
 
84. Kobylarz, B.A., Chien, I-L., Mruetusatorn, P. and Dunlap, K. The impact of age and sex on chemical exposure and developmental stability in North American Bullfrogs. 2005 MSU Scholars Week, April 18-22, 2005.
 
 
85. Lankheit, K. Mapping water boundaries using Landsat TM and DEM’s. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20, 2005.
 
 
86. Lewis, C. E., J. B. Sickel, and R. N. Tippet. Using long-term monitoring of mussel communities as a tool for resource management in the Tennessee River. 11th Symposium on the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brand Springs. 2005.
 
 
87. Moore, B. The factors controlling the growth of the Ledbetter Embayment mudflat, Kentucky Lake Reservoir. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20, 2005.
 
 
88. Smith, S. Spectral mixture analysis of urban reflectance in Murray, Kentucky. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20, 2005.
 
 
89. Steven R. Myers, Harrell E. Hurst, and Md. Yeakub Ali. Kinetics of Binding of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons to Hemoglobin (Hb) in the Mouse 11th EPSCoR Conference, Louisville, KY. 2005.
 
 
90. Yeakub Ali and Harrell E. Hurst. GC/MS Identification of Enantiomeric Forms of Chloroprene Epoxide Metabolites and Their Enantiomeric Selectivity in Reactions with Red Cells. 11th EPSCoR Conference, Louisville, KY. 2005.
 
 
91. Benson, J. Assessment of water quality in the Four Rivers Region from Watershed Watch volunteer data. 90th Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Academy of Science, Murray State University, Murray, KY, November 4-6, 2004.
 
 
92. Brown, B. and Loganathan, B. G. Alkyl- and chlorophenol concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from selected locations in Kentucky Lake. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition. 2004.
 
 
93. Brown, B. and Loganathan, B. G. Alkyl- and chlorophenols in Kentucky Lake ecosystem. 24th Annual Undergraduate Research Conference, University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. 2004.
 
 
94. Brown, B. and Loganathan, B.G. Alkyl- and chlorophenol concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from selected locations in Kentucky Lake. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20. 2004.
 
 
95. Brown, B. and Loganathan, B.G.. Alkyl- and chlorophenol concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from selected locations in Kentucky Lake. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20, 2004.
 
 
96. Cetin, H. Comparison of Spaceborne and Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging Systems for Environmental Mapping. The 20th International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Congress, 12 – 23 July 2004, Istanbul, Turkey (Invited paper). 2004.
 
 
97. Chien, I-L. and Loganthan, B.G. Inorganic elemental concentrations in sediment, freshwater mussel shell and mussel tissue from a selected location in the Kentucky Dam Tailwater. 90th Annual Meeting of Kentucky Academy of Science, Murray State University, Murray, KY. November 4-6, 2004.
 
 
98. Chien, I-L. and Loganthan, B.G. Inorganic elemental concentrations in sediment, freshwater mussel shell and mussel tissue from a selected location in the Kentucky Dam Tailwater. 90th Annual Meeting of Kentucky Academy of Science, Murray State University, Murray, KY. November 4-6. 2004.
 
 
99. Lambrix, J., and G.W. Kipphut. Sediment grain size analysis, classification, and distribution: a surficial investigation of the benthic region in Kentucky Lake. Southeastern/North-Central Section, Geological Society of America. 2004.
 
 
100. Loganathan, B.G., Brown, B., Owen, D.A. and Sajwan, K.S. Chlorophenol and alkylphenol concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from selected locations in Kentucky Lake, USA. Organohalogen compounds 66, 2433-2439. International Conference on Halogenated Environmental Pollutants (Dioxin 2004), Berlin, Germany. 2004.
 
 
101. Loganathan, B.G., Metzger, C., Kobylarz, and Whiteman, H. PCB Congeners and Chlorinated Pesticides Concentrations in Amphibian Samples Collected from Western Kentucky. Fourth World Congress and 25th Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Portland, OR. Nov. 14-18. 2004.
 
 
102. Loganathan, B.G., Metzger, C., Kobylarz, and Whiteman, H. PCB Congeners and Chlorinated Pesticides Concentrations in Amphibian Samples Collected from Western Kentucky. Fourth World Congress and 25th Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Portland, OR. Nov. 14-18, 2004.
 
 
103. Metzger, C., Bommi, P., Kobylarz, B. and Loganathan, B. G. PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticide concentrations in amphibians collected from Western Kentucky. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition. 2004.
 
 
104. Metzger, C., Bommi, P., Kobylarz, B. and Loganathan, B.G. PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticide concentrations in amphibians collected from Western Kentucky. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20. 2004.
 
 
105. Metzger, C., Bommi, P., Kobylarz, B. and Loganathan, B.G. PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticide concentrations in amphibians collected from Western Kentucky. MSU Sigma Xi Poster Competition, April 19-20, 2004.
 
 
106. Thaosuwan, P. and Loganathan, B.G. Determination of butyltin and phenyltin compounds in sediment and mussel tissues. 90th Annual Meeting of Kentucky Academy of Science, Murray State University, Murray, KY. November 4-6, Chemistry Abstracts Page 16. 2004.
 
 
107. Thaosuwan, P. and Loganathan, B.G. Determination of butyltin and phenyltin compounds in sediment and mussel tissues. 90th Annual Meeting of Kentucky Academy of Science, Murray State University, Murray, KY. November 4-6, 2004. Chemistry Abstracts Page 16. 2004.
 
 
108. Whiteman and Loganathan. Developmental stability as an indicator of environmental stress in amphibians. EPA, Environmental Research Symposium, Atlanta, GA. 2004.
 
 
109. Whiteman, H. and Loganthan, B. G. Developmental stability in amphibians as a biological indicator or chemical contamination and other environmental stressors. EPA/EPSCoR 2004 Special Conference on Biomarkers. May 13, 2004. Hyatt Regency, Lexington. 2004.
 
 
110. Whiteman, H. and Loganthan, B.G. Developmental stability in amphibians as a biological indicator or chemical contamination and other environmental stressors. EPA/EPSCoR 2004 Special Conference on Biomarkers. May 13, Hyatt Regency, Lexington, KY. 2004.
 
 
111. Whiteman, H. and Loganthan, B.G.. Developmental stability in amphibians as a biological indicator or chemical contamination and other environmental stressors. EPA/EPSCoR 2004 Special Conference on Biomarkers. May 13, 2004.
 
 
112. Aubee, C. B. and H. H. Whiteman. Breeding phenology in the polymorphic mole salamander, Ambystoma talpoideum, in western Kentucky. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 2003.
 
 
113. Balci, P. and D. S. White. Ecology and life cycle of Chironomus major Wülker and Butler (Diptera: Chironomidae) in Kentucky Lake, USA. North American Benthological Society, Athens, GA. 2003.
 
 
114. Beard, H. M. and T. C. Johnston. Amplified ribosomal DNA restriction analysis of methanogens of the littoral zone of Ledbetter Embayment, Kentucky Lake. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 2003.
 
 
115. Boynton, J. and H. H. Whiteman. Utilization of remote sensing to model current and future threats to amphibian populations in western Kentucky. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 2003.
 
 
116. Brown, B. and Loganathan, B. G. Chlorophenol concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from Kentucky Lake. 89th Annual Meeting of the Kentucky Academy of Science. Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green (2nd Place Winner). 2003.
 
 
117. Cano, D. and T. C. Johnston. Amplified ribosomal DNA restrictions analysis of bacteria of the littoral zone of Ledbetter Embayment, Kentucky Lake. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 2003.
 
 
118. Eden, C. and H. H. Whiteman. The use of skeletochronology to evaluate micro and macroevolutionary process of Ambystoma tigrinus nebulosum. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 2003.
 
 
119. Engleman, M. and W. Spencer. Allelopathic interactions among flora of the Ledbetter Embayment mudflat. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 2003.
 
 
120. Hatfield, M. and E. Zimmerer. Analysis of the red milksnake (Lampropelis triantulum) and scarlet kingsnake (L. T. elapsoides) in the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 2003.
 
 
121. Hill, J. E. and W. E. Spencer. Using chlorophyll fluorescence to determine wetland plant response to flooding stress. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 2003.
 
 
122. Hunteman, J. Comparison of visible and thermal infrared chlorophyll prediction models for Kentucky Lake using Landsat ETM+data. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 2003.
 
 
123. Kipphut, G.W., W.C. Colburn, and H.M. Richard. Carbon dioxide and methane concentrations and sources in reservoir and stream environments of the lower Tennessee River Valley. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. 2003.
 
 
124. Loganathan, B. and H. Whiteman. PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticide concentrations in amphibians collected from Western Kentucky. EPA/EPSCoR Special Conference on Biomarkers. Kentucky EPSCoR Conference, Lexington, KY. 2003.
 
 
125. Loganathan, B. G., Botts, J., McKenna, B and Spadone, J. Comparison of passive in situ chemical extraction sampling (PISCES) and whole water sampling methods for PCB trackdown studies. Organohalogen compounds 60, 69-71. 23rd International Symposium on Halogenated Environmental Organic Pollutants and POPs. Boston. 2003.
 
 
126. Loganathan, B. G., Sajwan, K. S. and Kannan, K. Trace organic contaminants including toxaphene and trifluralin in cotton field soils from Georgia and South Carolina. Organohalogen compounds 62, 352-355. 23rd International Symposium on Halogenated Environmental Organic Pollutants and POPs. Boston, MA. 2003.
 
 
127. Somerlot, K. E. and T. L. DertingSpecies diversity of Terrapin Creek State Nature Preserve: an assessment of terrestrial small mammal fauna. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. . 2003.
 
 
128. Titus, V. and E. J. Zimmerer. Patterns of movement in the copperhead (Ankistrodon contortrtix) in the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. Tenth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 2003.
 
 
129. Whalen, M. M. and B. G. Loganathan. Immunomodulation of human natural; killer cell cytotoxic function by Trizine and Carbamate pesticides. EPA/EPSCoR Special Conference on Biomarkers. Kentucky EPSCoR Conference, Lexington, KY. 2003.
 
 
130. Whiteman, H. and B Loganathan. Development stability in amphibians as a biological indicator of chemical contamination and other environmental stressors. EPA/EPSCoR Special Conference on Biomarkers. Kentucky EPSCoR Conference, Lexington, KY. 2003.
 
 
131. Buggana, S.R., Loganathan, B.G. and Whalen, M.M. 2002. Do environmental pollutants affect cancer-fighting potential in humans? Part 2 NK Cytotoxicity Assay. Poster presented at the MSU Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, Scholar’s Week. April 23, 2002.
 
 
132. Bush, K. W. and S. P. Hendricks. Biotic and abiotic sorption-desorption of phosphorus from Mid-West forested and agricultural streams. North American Benthological Society, Pittsburgh, PA. 2002.
 
 
133. Clifton, K. , Loganathan, B.G. and Owen, D.A. 2002. Vertical distribution of butyltin compounds in sediments of Ledbetter embayment, Kentucky Lake. Poster presented at the MSU Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, Scholar’s Week. April 23, 2002.
 
 
134. Clifton, K. , Loganathan, B.G. and Owen, D.A. 2002. Vertical distribution of butyltin compounds in sediments of Ledbetter embayment, Kentucky Lake. Talk presented at the C-RUI symposium. Scholar’s Week. April 23, 2002.
 
 
135. Duff, J. H., S. P. Hendricks, A. P. Jackman, and F. J. Triska. The effect of Elodea Canadensis beds on porewater chemistry, microbial respiration, and nutrient retention in the Shingobee River, MN. North American Benthological Society, Pittsburgh, PA. 2002.
 
 
136. Kitchens, J. and Loganathan, B.G. 2002. Do environmental pollutants affect cancer-fighting potential in humans? Part 1 Chemical Analysis. Poster presented at the MSU Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, Scholar’s Week. April 23, 2002.
 
 
137. MacIntyre, S., G. Kling, G.W. Kipphut, J. Hobbie, J.O. Sickman, and S. Goldthwait. Impacts of Spring Runoff and storm inflows on lake productivity. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. 2002
 
 
138. Moyer D., D. White, and G. Kipphut. Distribution of benthic macroinvertebrates in a southeastern reservoir (Kentucky Lake, Kentucky) based on spatial, temporal and physical-chemical characteristics. North American Benthological Society, Pittsburgh, PA. 2002.
 
 
139. Mueller, T.G., H. Cetin, A.D. Karathanasis, and P.L. CorneliusEnhancing Soil Survey Quality with Hyperspectral Imagery. The 6th International Conference on Precision Agriculture and Other Precision Resources Management, July 14-17, 2002, Minneapolis, Minnesota PDF CD. . 2002.
 
 
140. Seaford, K. and Loganathan, B.G. 2002. Occurrence of polychlorinated naphthalenes in pine needles collected from westernmost Kentucky. Poster presented at the MSU Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, Scholar’s Week. April 23, 2002.
 
 
141. Seaford, K. and Loganathan, B.G. 2002. Polychlorinated Naphthalenes analysis in pine needles using HRGC/HRMS” Poster presented at Area Collegiate Chemistry Meeting, University of Tennessee at Martin. April 13, 2002.
 
 
142. Thompson, K. E., A. E. Fryar, Susan P. Hendricks, and D. S. White. Reservoir-Stage Manipulation and Ground-Water Flow in the Ledbetter Creek Watershed, Calloway County, Kentucky. Geological Society of America, Denver, CO. 2002.
 
 
143. White, D., K. Johnston, G. Rice Expansion of fecal coliform assessments in the Lower Cumberland/ Tennessee/Mississippi River watersheds. EPA Non-Point Regional Conference, 2002.
 
 
144. White, D., T. Timmons, S. Hendricks. Biological baseline conditions in the Little River watershed - 1999. EPA Non-Point Regional Conference, 2002.
 
 
145. White, D., T. Timmons, S. Hendricks. Biological baseline conditions in the Little River watershed - 2003. EPA Non-Point Regional Conference, 2002.
 
 
146. White, D., T. Timmons, S. Hendricks. Biological monitoring program expansion: Upper Cumberland River basin. EPA Non-Point Regional Conference, 2002.
 
 
147. Albritton, C. J. and D. S. White. Characteristics of zooplankton diapause in a reservoir ecosystem. . Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
148. Assad, J., Loganathan, B.G. 2001. Inorganic elemental concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from selected locations in the Kentucky Lake. Poster presented at Murray State University Sigma Xi Poster competition. April 18, 2001.
 
 
149. Barton, S. and T. Johnston. Microbial diversity of the littoral zone of Ledbetter Creek Embayment, Kentucky Lake. . Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
150. Benson, A. R. An evaluation of fluctuating asymmetry as an indicator of habitat quality and foraging ability in the tiger salamander, Ambystoma tigrinum. . Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
151. Bettez, N.D., A. Giblin, J. E. Hobbie, G. W. Kipphut, and G. W. Kling. Long-term changes in alkalinity in arctic lakes, a possible indication of permafrost melting. American society of Limnology and Oceanography. Drew, M., G. Ghitter, and T. Kind. Vegetation map of Kentucky. National Gap Meeting. Brookings, SD. 2001.
 
 
152. Clifton, K., Qiu, Y. and Loganathan, B.G. 2001. Particle size analysis in sediments: Analytical method development and preliminary observations of KY lake sediments. Paper presented at CSET Undergraduate Day at Murray State University. April 18, 2001.
 
 
153. Crook, A. and H. Whiteman. Morphological plasticity of physid and pleurocerid snails in Ledbetter Embayment. . Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
154. Foster, K. M. and W. E. Spencer. The role of disturbance and stress on species distributions across a Kentucky Lake mudflat. Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
155. Kind, J. and H. Whiteman. Crayfish ecology of Ledbetter Embayment. . Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
156. Kipphut, G. KEREC: Center for Watershed Environments at Murray State. 7th Annual Kentucky EPSCoR Conference, Bowling Green, KY. 2001.
 
 
157. Kipphut, G. T. Ray. H. Richard, and G. Ridout. Role of sediments in nutrient cycling within Kentucky Lake Reservoir. . Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
158. Kipphut, G. W., H. M. Richard, and G. L. Ridout.. Sediment-water fluxes of nutrients and dissolved gases in Kentucky Lake Reservoir. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. 2001
 
 
159. Kipphut, G.W., H.M Richard, and W.C. Colburn. Carbon dioxide and methane concentrations in reservoir and stream environments in the lower Tennessee River Valley: seasonal and long-term patterns. 21st International Symposium of the North American Lake Management Society. Madison, WI. 2001.
 
 
160. Kipphut, G.W., H.M Richard, G. Ridout, and T. Ray. Sediment-water fluxes of nutrients and dissolved gases in Kentucky Lake Reservoir. Proceedings of the ninth symposium on the natural history of the lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
161. Loganathan, B. G., D. A. Owens, J. Sickel, and S. White. Status of organochlorine pollutants in terrestrial and aquatic environments of westernmost Kentucky: biological indicators. . Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
162. Loganathan, B.G., Kumar, S., Iseki, N. and Masunaga, N. 2001. Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dixin/furan and dioxin –like PCB concentrations in sediments and mussel tissues from Kentucky Lake, USA. Organohalogen Compounds 51, 158-161. A poster presented at Dioxin 2001, Kyoengju, South Korea.
 
 
163. Loganathan, B.G., Kumar, S., Iseki, N. and Masunaga, S. 2001. Occurrence of 2,3,7,8-PCDD/Fs and PCBs in sediment and mussel tissues from Kentucky Lake, USA. A poster presented at the 22nd Annual Meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 11-15 November 2001. Baltimore, MD. Abstract 173pp.
 
 
164. Loganathan, K. , Loganathan, B.G. and Whalen, M.M. 2001. Effect of fluorinated organic compounds on human natural killer cell function. Poster presented at Murray State University Sigma Xi Poster competition. April 18, 2001.
 
 
165. Naugle, B. I. Kentucky Lake water parameters from spectroradiometer and LandSat TM data. . Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
166. O'Brien, W.J., A.E. Hershey, G.W. Kipphut, and M.C. Miller. Long-term responses of a partitioned arctic lake to nutrient additions. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. 2001.
 
 
167. Pope, M. and H. Whiteman. population viability analysis of the hellbender (Cryptobranchus sp.). . Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
168. Robinson, V. B. and H. Cetin. An exploratory geographical analysis of forest land cover transitions in the LBL national recreation area 1973-1995. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Conference. 2001.
 
 
169. Robinson, V. B. and H. Cetin. An Exploratory Geographical Analysis of Forest Land Cover Transitions in the LBL National Recreation Area 1973-1995. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing Conference, St. Louis, MO. 2001.
 
 
170. Sadi, B.B. and Loganathan, B.G. 2001. Temporal trends of selected chlorinated hydrocarbon pollutants in sediments of Kentucky Lake. Paper presented at Joint Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science and Kentucky Academy of Science at Middle Tennessee State University, November 8-10, 2001.
 
 
171. Seaford, K., Kitchen, J. and Loganathan, B.G. 2001. Comparison of passive in situ chemical extraction sampling (PISCES) and whole water sampling methods for PCB analysis. A Poster presented at Joint Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science and Kentucky Academy of Science at Middle Tennessee State University, November 8-10, 2001.
 
 
172. Seaford, K., Loganathan, B.G. and Owen, D.A. 2001. Seasonal variation of organic compounds and inorganic elements in surface sediments from Ledbetter embayment of Kentucky Lake. Paper presented at CSET Undergraduate Day at Murray State University. April 18, 2001.
 
 
173. Smith, A. D. and T. L. Derting. The utility of GIS-based habitat models for assessing the current and future status of the swamp rabbit (Sylvilagus aquaticus) in Kentucky. . Ninth Symposium of the Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys, Brandon Springs, TN. 2001.
 
 
174. Thompson, K. E., A. E. Fryar, S. P. Hendricks, and D. S. White. Ground water flow in the Ledbetter Creek Watershed, Calloway County, Kentucky. 7th Annual Kentucky EPSCoR Conference, Bowling Green, KY. 2001.
 
 
175. Whalen, M.M., Green, S. and Loganathan, B.G. 2001. Brief butyltin exposure induces irreversible inhibition of the cytotoxic function of human natural killer cells in vitro. A Poster presented at Joint Meeting of the Tennessee Academy of Science and Kentucky Academy of Science at Middle Tennessee State University, November 8-10, 2001.
 
 
176. Albritton, J. Reservoir Studies: Diapause strategies of zooplankton of a reservoir littoral zone. Kentucky Honors Roundtable, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY. 2000.
 
 
177. Assad, J., Loganathan, B.G. and Ratliff, J. Inorganic elemental concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from selected locations in the Kentucky Lake and Kentucky Dam Tailwater. Paper presented at the 86th Annual Meeting of Kentucky Academy of Science, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 2000.
 
 
178. Cetin, H. Wetland and forest change mapping and monitoring using multi-temporal remote sensing and geographic information systems in Western Kentucky. Geological Society of America Conference. 2000.
 
 
179. Cetin, H., B. Naugle, and K. Richard. Water quality monitoring and modeling of Kentucky Lake Reservoir: LandSat TM vs. hyperspectral sensors. Geological Society of America Conference. 2000.
 
 
180. Drew, M., B. Naugle, H. Enander, and T. Kind. Application of DEM-derived floodplain models to vegetation mapping in Kentucky. National Gap Meeting. San Antonio, TX. 2000
 
 
181. Exton, K. E., A. E. Fryar, S. P. Hendricks, and D. S. White. . Ground water flow in the Ledbetter Creek Watershed, Calloway County, Kentucky. Proceedings of the 6th Annual Kentucky EPSCoR Conference, Kentucky State University, Frankfort, KY. 2000.
 
 
182. Ghitter, G., J. Monroe, and T. Kind. Delineating grasslands with multidate LandSat TM data. Southeast Regional Gap Meeting. Columbia, SC. 2000
 
 
183. Ghitter, G., J. Monroe, and T. Kind. Separating grassland from cropland: A multidate classification approach. National Gap Meeting. San Antonio, TX. 2000
 
 
184. Hendricks, S. and D. White. Microbial activity within gravel bars of hyporheic zones of two streams of contrasting land use. Amer. Soc. Limn. Oceanog., Copenhagen, Denmark. 2000.
 
 
185. Loganathan, B.G. and Kosta Seaford. Observations on the fate of PCBs using contaminated sediments and pine needles. 8th Annual Conference of Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR 2000), The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH. 2000.
 
 
186. Loganathan, B.G. and Kosta, S. Chlorinated hydrocarbons in pine needles: Fingerprint for the history of use. 8th Annual Conference of Council of Undergraduate Research (CUR 2000), The College of Wooster, Wooster, OH. 2000.
 
 
187. Loganathan, B.G. and Whalen, M.M. Organic contaminants in sediment and fish: An evaluation of chemical mixture induced inhibition of human NK cell cytotoxicity. SETAC 21 Annual Meeting. 12-16, Nov. 2000. pp. 163-164. 2000.
 
 
188. Loganathan, B.G., Seaford, K., Owen, D.A. and Sajwan, K.S. PCB congener concentrations in street dusts and pine needles collected in and around a superfund site contaminated with Aroclor 1268. SETAC 21 Annual Meeting. 12-16, Nov. 2000. pp. 245. 2000.
 
 
189. Naugle, B.I. Enhancement of the Mapping Sciences at MSU. 2000 Kentucky GIS Conference. Bowling Green, KY. 2000.
 
 
190. Seaford, K., Owen, J., Loganathan, B.G., Owen, D.A. and Whiteman, H. PCB congeners and chlorinated pesticide concentrations in amphibians collected in Western Kentucky. Poster presented at the 86th Annual Meeting of Kentucky Academy of Science, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 2000.
 
 
191. Thompson, K. E., A. E. Fryar, S. P. Hendricks, and D. S. White. Ground water flow in the Ledbetter Creek Watershed, Calloway County, Kentucky. Midwest Groundwater Conference in Columbus, OH. 2000.
 
 
192. White D. The effect of human activity on stream ecosystems: some considerations. Conference on sustainability of wetlands and water resources. Oxford, MS. 2000
 
 
193. White, D. and S. Hendricks. The effect of human activity on stream ecosystems: hydraulic changes and the development of hyporheic zones. Amer. Soc. Limn. Oceanog., Copenhagen, Denmark. 2000.
 
 
194. Whiteman et al. 2000. Developmental stability as an indicator of amphibian population health. Partners in Amphibian and Reptile Conservation Symposium, American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists Annual Meeting, UABCS, La Paz, MX.
 
 
195. Bottom, J. L., J. Rundle, and W. Spencer. Long-term monitoring of vegetation and sedimentation patterns in the Obion Creek floodplain. Eighth symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1999
 
 
196. Duff, J. H., G. H. Aiken, A. P. Jackman, F. J. Triska, and S. P. Hendricks. Sources and quality of dissolved organic carbon in the Shingobee River, Minnesota: implications for microbial utilization. Amer. Soc. Microbiol., Vale, CO. 1999
 
 
197. Halda-Alija, L., S. Hendricks, T. Johnston. Temporal and spatial distribution of Enterobacter strains in sediments of two contrasting streams. 99th General Meeting of the Amer. Soc. Microbiol., Chicago, IL. 1999
 
 
198. Harris, K, B. Williams, D. Ferguson, T. Johnston, and W. Spencer. Isolation and determination of RNA from the submersed aquatic week Hydrilla verticillata. Eighth symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1999
 
 
199. Hendricks, S. P. Bioassessment of hyporheic microbial communities using a specially designed sediment colonization chamber. U.S. EPA Workshop, Denver, CO. 1999.
 
 
200. Hendricks, S. P., D. S. White, and D. R. Hart. Physicochemical and hydrological conditions and microbial activity within the hyporheic storage zones of two streams draining contrasting watersheds in western Kentucky and Tennessee. Amer. Soc. Limnol. Oceanogr. Santa Fe, NM. 1999
 
 
201. Hendricks, S. P., L. Halda-Alija, and D. S. White. Utilization of a specially designed sediment chamber to assess microbial and biogeochemical processes and patterns within stream hyporheic zones. North Amer. Benthol. Soc., Duluth, MN. 1999
 
 
202. Hendricks, S., G. Kipphut, and G. Ridout. Bacterial productivity and dissolved nutrient flux in Kentucky Lake sediments. Eighth symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1999
 
 
203. Kipphut, G. W., D. S. White, T. C. Kind, S. P. Hendricks, and S. B. White. Transport and utilization of organic carbon in a large reservoir. . Amer. Soc. Limnol. Oceanogr. Santa Fe, NM. 1999
 
 
204. Kipphut, G. W., D. S. White, T. C. Kind, S. P. Hendricks, and S. B. White. Transport and utilization of organic carbon in a large reservoir. EPSCoR State Conference, Somerset, KY. 1999
 
 
205. M. Meshkat, B.I. Naugle, and K.H. Richard. Dynamic Modeling of Kentucky Lake. NALMS Annual Meeting, Reno, NV. 1999.
 
 
206. Morton, J. D., B. g. Loganathan, and D. A. Owen. Evaluation of Bamboo leaves as a monitor of atmospheric chlorinated hydrocarbon pollutants in westernmost Kentucky. 3rd Annual CUR Posters on Capitol Hill. 1999
 
 
207. Morton, J. D., B. g. Loganathan, and D. A. Owen. Evaluation of Bamboo leaves as a monitor of atmospheric chlorinated hydrocarbon pollutants in westernmost Kentucky. 3rd Annual CUR Posters on Capitol Hill. 1999
 
 
208. Naugle, B.I., M. Meshkat, and K.H. Richard.. Relationships among TSS, Chlorophyll, and Turbidity for Kentucky Lake. NALMS Annual Meeting, Reno, NV. 1999
 
 
209. Spencer, W, and H. Jevans. The photosynthetic ecology of the rare white-water stream macrophyte Podostemum ceratophyllum. Eighth symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1999
 
 
210. Spencer, W. The effect of watershed characteristics upon stream benthic algae communities in western Kentucky. Eighth symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1999
 
 
211. Spencer, W., Population dependent plant physiology. XVI International Botanical Congess. 1999
 
 
212. Susilawati, E., K. Harris, D. Ferguson, T. Johnston, and W. Spencer. Environmental control of gene expression in the submersed aquatic weed Hydrilla verticillata. Eighth symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1999
 
 
213. White, D., S. Hendricks, G. Kipphut, W. Spencer, and T. Johnston. A comparison of agricultural vs. forested basins; carbon and nutrient cycling within the hyporheic ecotone of streams. North Amer. Benthol. Soc., Duluth, MN. 1999
 
 
214. Hendricks, S. P., and G. W. Kipphut. Bacterial productivity and dissolved nutrient and oxygen flux in sediments of Kentucky Lake, a lower Tennessee River valley reservoir. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, St. Louis, MO. 1998
 
 
215. Hendricks, S. P., D. S. White, and D. R. Hart. Agricultural vs. forested basins: a comparison of hydraulics and biogeochemical patterns within the hyporheic storage zone of two contrasting streams in western Kentucky and Tennessee. American Geophysical Union, Boston, MA. 1998
 
 
216. Hoe, H. M., and G. W. Kipphut. Nutrient and dissolved gas cycling in arctic lake sediments. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, St. Louis, MO. 1998
 
 
217. Kipphut, G. W., and H. H. Hoe. Sediment-water chemical interactions in a large reservoir. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, St. Louis, MO. 1998
 
 
218. Loganathan, B.G., Baust, J.A., Jr., Neale, J.R., White, S.B., & Owen, D.A. Chlorinated hydrocarbons in pine needles: An atmospheric evaluation of Westernmost Kentucky, U.S.A. 18th International Symposium on Halogenated Pollutants, Stockholm. 1998.
 
 
219. Loganathan, B.G., Corser, J.D., Sajwan, K.S. and Owen, D.A. PCB Congeners and chlorinated pesticides in pine needles collected in peregrin falcon breeding territories in Northern New England, U.S.A. 18th International Symposium on Halogenated Pollutants, Stockholm. 1998
 
 
220. Loganathan, B.G., K. Kannan, D.A. Owen and J. Sickel. Butyltin concentrations in sediments and mussel tissues from the Lowermost Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake, Kentucky Academy of Sciences Meeting Nov. Louisville, KY. 1998
 
 
221. Loganathan, B.G., Kannan, K., Senthikuma, K., Sickel, J. and Owen, D.A. Butyltin concentrations in sediments and mussel tissues from the Lowermost Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake. Abstracts, 84th Annual Kentucky Academy of Science Meeting, Louisville. 1998
 
 
222. Loganathan, B.G., Neale, J.R., Ratliff, J., Sickel, J. and Owen, D.A. Organochlorine and trace element concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from the Lowermost Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake SETAC Meeting, Charlotte, NC. 1998
 
 
223. Loganathan, B.G., Neale, J.R., Sajwan, K.S., Francendese, L. & Owen, D.A. Distribution of polychlorinated biphenyl congeners in pine needles collected in and around a Superfund Site contaminated with Aroclor 1268. 18th International Symposium on Halogenated Pollutants, Stockholm. 1998
 
 
224. Loganathan, B.G., Neale, J.R., Sickel., J.B., Sajwan, K.S. & Owen, D.A. Persistent organochlorine concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from the lowermost Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake, U.S.A. 18th International Symposium on Halogenated Pollutants, Stockholm. 1998
 
 
225. Loganathan, B.G., Sajwan, K.S.(Savannah State), Corser, J. (Drexel Univ.), Owen, D.A. Chlorinated hydrocarbons in pine needles: An atmospheric evaluation of the eastern United States. SETAC Meeting, Charlotte, NC. 1998
 
 
226. Loganathan, B.G., Whalen, M. and Owen, D.A. Effect of individual and mixtures of organochlorine compounds on human natural killer (NK) cell function. SETAC Meeting, Charlotte, NC. 1998
 
 
227. Moyer, D. A., D. S. White, G. Kipphut, and L. W. Cooper. Benthos-sediment relationships in a mainstem impoundment, Kentucky Lake, USA. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, St. Louis, MO. 1998
 
 
228. Naugle, B.I., J. Butrick, and M. Meshkat. Water parameter mapping of Kentucky Lake using Landsat TM". Poster presentation for Earth Day in Frankfort, KY. 1998.
 
 
229. Neale, J. R., B. G. Loganathan, J. Ratliff, J. Sickel, and D. A. Owen. Organochlorine and trace element concentrations in sediment and mussel tissues from the Kentucky Dam tailwater and Kentucky Lake. 21st Annual Area Collegiate Chemistry Meeting. 1998
 
 
230. Owen D.A. and B.G. Loganathan. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory, CHE 51 at Murray State University: A Capstone course featuring techniques, Instrumental methods and Experiment sequences. Kentucky Academy of Sciences Meeting Nov. Louisville, KY. 1998
 
 
231. Owen, D.A. and Loganathan, B.G. Advanced inorganic chemistry laboratory, CHE 512 at Murray St. U.: A capstone course featuring modern techniques, instrumental methods, and experimentsequences. 84th Annual Kentucky Academy of Science Meeting, Louisville. 1998
 
 
232. Soranno, P. A., K. Webster, J. Baron, J. L. Riera, D. S. White, and T. K. Kratz. The role of landscape position in predicting the characteristics of lakes along a positional series. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, St. Louis, MO. 1998
 
 
233. Takahashi, A. (Ehime University, Japan), Kannan, K. (Michigan State Univ.), Loganathan, B.G. and Odell, D.K.(SeaWorld, Orlando, Organochlorine contamination in small cetaceans stranded along Florida coastal waters, USA. SETAC Meeting, Charlotte, NC. 1998
 
 
234. Tucker A.G., B.G. Loganathan, J.D. Morton and D.A. Owen. Evaluation of Bamboo leaves as a monitor of atmospheric chlorinated hydrocarbon pollutants in westernmost Kentucky. Kentucky Academy of Sciences Meeting Nov. Louisville, KY. 1998
 
 
235. Tucker, A.B., Loganthan, B.G., Morton, J.D. and Owen, D.A. Evaluation of bamboo leaves as a monitor of atmospheric chlorinated hydrocarbon pollutants in Westernmost Kentucky. 84th Annual Kentucky Academy of Science Meeting, Louisville. 1998
 
 
236. Whalen, M. M., B. g. Loganathan, T. Warren, and D. A. Owen. Effect of invitro exposure to individual and mixtures of PCBs and tributyltin on human natural killer (NK) cell function 18th International symposium on halogenated pollutants, Stockholm. 1998
 
 
237. Whalen, M., Loganathan, B.G. and Owen, D.A. Effect of tributyltin (TBT) on human natural killer (NK) cell function. SETAC Meeting, Charlotte, NC. 1998
 
 
238. White D., S. Hendricks, T. Johnston, G. Kipphut, and W. Spencer. A comparison of agricultural vs. forested basins: carbon and nutrient cycling within the hyporheic ecotone of streams. American Geophysical Union. Boston, MA. 1998
 
 
239. White, D. Opportunities for Environmental Education and Research in Kentucky, Hancock Biological Station (presented by T. Timmons). Kentucky Academy of Sciences Meeting Nov. Louisville, KY. 1998
 
 
240. White, D., Hendricks, P., Johnston, T., Kipphut, G., and Spencer, B. A comparison between agricultural and forested ecosystems: processes at the hyporheic ecotone. NSF/EPA Symposium. Corvalis, OR. 1998
 
 
241. Williams, J. J., P. A. Bukaveckas, and S. P. Hendricks. Coupling of phytoplankton and bacterial production in a river impoundment (Kentucky Lake). American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, St. Louis, MO. 1998
 
 
242. Yurista, P. M. The bioenergetics of Daphnia lumholtzi. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, St. Louis, MO. 1998
 
 
243. Yurista, P. M., G. T. Rice, and D. S. White. Long-term establishment of Daphnia lumholtzi in Kentucky Lake, USA. International Society for Limnology (SIL), Dublin, Ireland. 1998
 
 
244. Brinkley, K., J. Sickel, L. Duobinis-Gray, and J. Herod. Histological analysis of gonad development in zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) from the Tennessee and Ohio Rivers. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
245. Halda-Alija, L. Diversity and distribution of denitrifying bacteria in soil and subsurface sediments under grassland and cultivated soil. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
246. Halda-Aliza, L., Ridout, G., & Johnston, T. Microbial diversity and activity in the sediments of Kentucky Lake. General Meeting, Amer. Soc. Microbiol., Miami, FL 1997
 
 
247. Halda-Aliza, L., Ridout, G., & Johnston, T. Structure and function of microbial communities in agricultural vs. forested streams. Gordon Research Conf., Applied and Environmental Microbiology, New Port, RI. 1997
 
 
248. Herod, J. D Reed, and J. Sickel. Distribution and population characteristics of zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) in Kentucky Lake, Kentucky. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
249. Kind, T., S. White, and C. Davis. Sedimentation in the lower reaches of Kentucky Lake, 1946-1995. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
250. Kipphut, G. G. Ridout, T. Johnston, H. Hoe, and S. Hendricks. Sediment-water chemical exchange in Kentucky Lake Reservoir. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
251. Kipphut, G. W., T. C. Johnston, and G. L. Rideout. Measurement of sediment-water chemical exchange rates in Kentucky Lake Reservoir. North American Lake Management Society, Houston, TX. 1997
 
 
252. Kipphut, G., Bukaveckas, P., and Naugle, B. Transport, accumulation and utilization of organic carbon in large reservoir systems. DOE/EPSCoR Annual Review, Bowling Green, KY. 1997
 
 
253. Leek, D., D. White, and G. Kipphut. Biogeochemical relationships of various depositional environments in Kentucky Lake. Midwest Ecology and Evolution conference, Louisville, KY. 1997
 
 
254. Lindeman, P. V. The evolution of the relative width of the head and alveolar surfaces in map turtles (Graptemys). Midwest Ecology and Evolution Conference, Louisville, KY. 1997
 
 
255. Lindeman, P. V. Habitat use by five sympatric turtle species in an impoundment of the Tennessee river, Kentucky, USA. Third World congress of Herpetology, Prague, Chech Republic. 1997
 
 
256. Lindeman, P. V. Habitat use by five sympatric turtle species in Kentucky Lake. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
257. Lindeman, P. V. The evolution of the relative width of the head and alveolar surfaces in map turtles (Graptemys). American society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Herpetologists’ League, and Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles Joint Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. 1997
 
 
258. Loganathan, B. K., Kannan, K., Sajan, K.S. Chetty, C.S., Giesy, J.P. and Owen, D.A. Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins, dibenzofluranzs and polychlorinated biphenyls in street dusts and soil samples from Savannah, Georgia. International Conference on Dioxin, Indiana University. 1997
 
 
259. Palmer, W. J., L. Yuan, and S. P. Hendricks. Demonstration of a Windows user interface to expedite solute transport modeling using Otis. Amer. Soc. Limnol. Oceanog. Santa Fe, NM. 1997
 
 
260. Reed, D. , J. Herod, and J. Sickel. A comparison of larval development in the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) up to the free-swimming trochophore stage in Tennessee and Ohio River water. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
261. Ridout, G., L. Halda-Alija, and T. Johnston. Structure and function of microbial communities in Kentucky Lake sediments. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
262. Rundle, J. and W. Spencer. Status, problems and future projections for the Obion Creek floodplain, Hickman County, Kentucky. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
263. Rundle, J. and W. Spencer. The effect of land-use on denitrification potential of wetland soils. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
264. Spencer, W. Density-dependent physiological plasticity in aquatic plants. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
265. Spencer, W. Optimum temperature for photosynthetic carbon assimilation in Kentucky Lake follows seasonal change in ambient temperature. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
266. White, D. Landscapes and stream functions: a 4-dimensional view. Keynote talk, Society of American Foresters National Convention. Memphis, TN. 1997
 
 
267. White, D., S. Hendricks, G. Kipphut, T. Johnston, and W. Spencer. Surface-subsurface processes in agricultural vs. forested streams: initial studies. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
268. Whiteman, H. H. and R. D. Semlitsch. Evidence for reproductive isolation in the polymorphic mole salamander, Ambystoma talpoideum. Proceedings of the Seventh Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1997
 
 
269. Hendricks, S. Hyporheic ecotones: solute dynamics in contrasting streams. Institute for ecosystem studies, Millbrook, New York. 1996
 
 
270. Kind, T. C. Remote Sensing in Watershed Management. Soil and Water Conservation Society. Louisville, KY. 1996
 
 
271. Kind, T. Remote sensing and geographic information systems in natural resource management. Department of Biology and Center for Field Studies, Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN. 1996
 
 
272. Lee, B. and D. White. Littoral zones in a reservoir: groundwater flowpaths and Justicia americana. 43rd Annual Meeting, North American Benthological Society, Keystone CO. 1996
 
 
273. Leek, D. et al. Cycling of organic carbon in Kentucky Lake. 2nd Annual Meeting of the Kentucky EPSCoR Program, Louisville. 1996
 
 
274. Lindeman, P. V. Growth curves for Graptemys, with a comparison to other emydid turtles. Annual Meeting, American Society of Ichthyologists & Herpetologists, New Orleans, LA. 1996
 
 
275. Lindeman, P. V. Of deadwood and map turtles: an analysis of the correlation between Graptemys abundance and deadwood abundance. 39th Annual Meeting, Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Lawrence, KS. 1996
 
 
276. Ridout, G. and T. Johnston. Identification of important microbial biogeochemical sequences. 2nd Annual Meeting of the Kentucky EPSCoR Program, Louisville. 1996
 
 
277. White, D. and K. Johnston. Streams and embayments as hydrologic units. TVA meeting, Kenlake State Park, KY. 1996
 
 
278. White, D. Biogeochemistry of watersheds and stream ecosystems. Southwestern Missouri State University, Springfield, MO 1996
 
 
279. White, D. The Center for Reservoir Research: Understanding reservoirs from an ecosystem perspective. Kentucky Water Resources Association, Lexington, KY. 1996
 
 
280. Devine, T. G. G. Fisher, and D. A. Owen. GC/MS/SIM analysis of Chlorpyrifos mosquito control agent in sediments and water of Blood River Embayment, Kentucky Reservoir. 18th Annual Area Collegiate Chemistry Meeting, Murray, KY (paper IA-4). 1995
 
 
281. Kazwell, J. L. Calibration of two non-point source pollution models for a portion of the Blood River Drainage basin. Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1995
 
 
282. Kipphut, G. The Kentucky Lake EPSCoR Research Program (poster and oral presentations). First Annual Kentucky EPSCoR Meeting, Lexington, KY. 1995
 
 
283. Kobraei, H. R., B. R. Anderson and M. C. Child. Experimental and theoretical modeling of reservoir primary production. Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1995
 
 
284. Lee, B. and D. White. Factors affecting the distribution of water willow (Justicia americana) at Kentucky Lake. Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1995
 
 
285. Lindeman, P. Comparative ecology of two map turtles, Graptemeys ouachitensis and G. pseudogeographica in Kentucky Lake. Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1995
 
 
286. Lindeman, P. V. Diagnostic characteristics, body size, growth, and relative abundance of two map turtles (Graptemys) in Kentucky Lake. Kentucky Academy of Science Annual Meeting, Bowling Green, KY. 1995
 
 
287. Maddox, G. and R. King. Sediment trace elements in the Ledbetter Creek embayment. Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1995
 
 
288. Naugle, B. Kentucky Lake water parameters from LANDSAT TM. Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1995
 
 
289. Owen, D., T. Devine, and G. Fisher. GC/MS SIM analysis of chlorpyfiros mosquito control agent in sediments and water of Blood River embayment, Kentucky Lake. Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1995
 
 
290. Sharp, B. and D. White. Zooplankton of Kentucky Lake with emphasis on Daphnia lumholtzi. Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1995
 
 
291. White, D. Connections between watersheds and their streams. Departments of Hydrology and Forestry. University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 1995
 
 
292. White, D. Connections between watersheds and their streams. Departments of Hydrology and Forestry. University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. 1995
 
 
293. White, D. S. When rivers become reservoirs. Green River Basin Watershed Management Conference, Bowling Green, KY. 1995
 
 
294. White, D., K. Johnston, and G. Rice. Some effects of the 1993 Mississippi River floods: Benthic-water column conditions in Kentucky Lake. 43rd Annual Meeting, North American Benthological Society, Keystone CO. 1995
 
 
295. Duobinis-Gray, L., E. Zimmerer, and S. Witt. Detection of the Lyme Disease bacterium in ticks from Western Kentucky utilizing PCR. Fifth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1994
 
 
296. Harrison, J. Fifth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Utilization of a geographic information system to study non-point source pollution in a portion of the Kentucky Lake drainage basin. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1994
 
 
297. Johnson, K, and D. S. White. The influence of tributary streams on Kentucky Lake embayments: water chemistry and productivity. Fifth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1994
 
 
298. Johnston, T. M. Rothschild, and E. Stevens. Using fluorescent oligonucleotide probes to study microbial populations in Kentucky Lake sediments. Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1994
 
 
299. Kind, T., J. Jones, P. Bomba, and B. Naugle. The Kentucky Lake geographic system. Fifth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1994
 
 
300. Kipphut, G. Regulation of Primary Production in Kentucky Lake Reservoir. Department of Biology Seminar Series, Memphis State University. Memphis, TN. 1994
 
 
301. Kipphut, G. Limnology and primary production of a large reservoir: Kentucky Lake, Tennessee River. Intercollegiate Environmental Seminar Series, University of Northern IA. 1994
 
 
302. Kobraei, M. E., and D. S. White. Effects of the herbicide 4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid on algal communities in Kentucky Lake: Laboratory and field approaches. Kentucky Academy of Sciences. Paducah, KY. 1994
 
 
303. Naugle, B. Water quality from Landsat TM for Westpoint Lake, Georgia. Fifth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1994
 
 
304. Owen, D. A. and D. E. Turner. Broad-based enhancement of undergraduate laboratory instruction at Murray State University (MSU) utilizing a GC/MS/LC instrument array. 200th Annual Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL. (paper CHED-#241). 1994
 
 
305. Sharp, B., and D. S. White. Population dynamics of Daphnia lumholtzi, a zooplankter new to Kentucky Lake. Fifth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1994
 
 
306. Sweeney, M., and D. S. White. The influence of tributary streams on Kentucky Lake embayments: organic matter and feeding of benthic invertebrates. Fifth Symposium on The Natural History of Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys. Sponsored by the Austin Peay State University Center for Field Biology and the Murray State University Center for Reservoir Research. 1994
 
 
307. Bennett, J., H. R. Kobraei, and B. R. Anderson. Experimental primary production in Kentucky Lake Reservoir. Kentucky Academy of Sciences. 1993
 
 
308. Feeney, R., B. Naugle and L. Bartolucci. Determination of turbidity in a reservoir based on spectral response from Landsat Thematic Mapper data. American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing/American Congress for Surveying and Mapping, Washington, DC. 1993
 
 
309. King, J., and G. Jarrett. Phytoplankton distribution in a reservoir on the Cumberland River, USA. Second International Conference on Reservoir Limnology and Water Quality. Ceske Budejovice, Czechoslovakia. 1993
 
 
310. Kipphut, G., R. Marzolf, D. White, J. King, K. Johnston, G. Rice. Spatial variability in primary production and nutrients in Kentucky Lake: a long-term monitoring program. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, Santa Fe, NM. 1993
 
 
311. Lindeman, Local variation in the timing of maturation in female painted turtles. Kentucky Academy of Sciences annual Meeting, Georgetown, KY. 1993
 
 
312. Russell J. M., and D. A. Owen. Novel substituted Nido-tricarbaundecaboranes synthesized by a step-wise, boron and carbon-atom insertion approach. . 18th Annual Area Collegiate Chemistry Meeting, Murray, KY. 1993
 
 
313. Townsend, A., H. R. Kobraie, and B. R. Anderson. Models for Primary production with emphasis on Kentucky Lake Reservoir. Kentucky Academy of Sciences. 1993
 
 
314. White, D. Groundwater-surface water interactions and the distributions of aquatic macrophytes. First International Conference on Groundwater Ecology, Tampa, FL. 1993
 
 
315. White, D., and M. Sweeney. Sediment reworking by tubificid oligochaetes in Kentucky Lake and its relationship to organic carbon content. International Congress of Limnology, Barcelona, Spain 1993
 
 
316. White, D., K. Johnson, and J. King. Contributions of embayments to the metabolisms of Kentucky Lake, USA, with comments on a conceptual model of embayment structure. Second International Conference on Reservoir Limnology and Water Quality. Ceske Budejovice, Czechoslovakia. 1993
 
 
317. Devine, T., G. G. Fisher, and D. A. Owen, GC/MS SIM analysis of Chlorpyrifos mosquito control agent in sediments, and water of Blood River Embayment, Kentucky Reservoir. 18th Annual Area Collegiate Chemistry Meeting, Murray, KY. 1992
 
 
318. Kind, T., P. Bomba, J. Jones, and B. Naugle. The Kentucky Lake geographic information system (KLGIS). Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education, 7th Annual Scientific Symposium, Lake Barkley Resort, KY. 1992
 
 
319. Maddox, W. E. et al. X-ray fluorescence analysis of trace metals in the annual growth layers of freshwater mussel shells. Third Kentucky Water Resources Symposium, Lexington, KY. 1992
 
 
320. Naugle, R., R. Feeney, J. Jones, and G. Kipphut. Water quality parameter analysis and mapping for Kentucky Lake from monitoring data and LANDSAT TM imagery. North American Benthological Society, Louisville, KY. 1992
 
 
321. Sickel, J. Manganese in aquatic environments and mussels. Austin Peay State University, Clarksville, TN. 1992
 
 
322. Sickel, J. Unionid faunal changes in the Kentucky portion of the Tennessee River: prehistoric to present. Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education, 7th Annual Scientific Symposium, Lake Barkley Resort, Kentucky. 1992
 
 
323. Sweeney, M. and D. White. Organic carbon and oligochaete feeding along a gradient in an embayment of a large southeastern reservoir. North American Benthological Society, Santa Fe, NM.. 1992
 
 
324. White, D. and S. Hendricks. Three-dimensional aspects of a hyporheic zone based on physical, chemical, and biological components. North American Benthological Society, Santa Fe, NM. 1992
 
 
325. Duobinis-Gray, L., E. Wilson, W. Maddox, J. Sickel, and D. Owen. Determination of manganese movement and accumulation in freshwater mussels utilizing the radionuclide 54Mn. Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education, 7th Annual Scientific Symposium, Lake Barkley Resort, KY. 1991
 
 
326. Hendricks, S. and D. White. An exercise to determine water patterns and movement within stream beds. Association of Southeastern Biologists. Baltimore, MD. 1991
 
 
327. Maddox, W., J. Sickel, L. Duobinis-Gray, D. Owen, T. Howton, and I. Schroeder. X-ray fluorescence analysis of trace metals in the annual growth layers of freshwater mussel shells. Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education, 7th Annual Scientific Symposium, Lake Barkley Resort, KY. 1991
 
 
328. Owen, D. A. et al. Distribution of manganese in mussels and sediments of Kentucky Reservoir. Third Kentucky Water Resources Symposium, Lexington, KY. 1991
 
 
329. Schram, M. and R. Marzolf. Abundance and distribution of crustacean zooplankton in Kentucky Lake. Ecological Society of America, San Antonio, TX. 1991
 
 
330. Sweeney, M. Oligochaete distribution and feeding patterns along a depth gradient in Ledbetter Embayment of Kentucky Lake, a mainstem impoundment of the Tennessee River. Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education, 7th Annual Scientific Symposium, Lake Barkley Resort, KY. 1991
 
 
331. Timmons, T. Movement and exploitation of catfishes and smallmouth buffalo in Kentucky Lake, Kentucky and Tennessee. Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education, 7th Annual Scientific Symposium, Lake Barkley Resort, KY. 1991
 
 
332. Groeger, A., Schram, M. and G. R. Marzolf. Influence of food quality on growth and reproduction in Daphnia. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Richmond, Virginia. 1990
 
 
333. Hendricks, S. P. and D. S. White. Effects of surface water/groundwater interaction on hyporheic bacterial biomass and activity. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Richmond, VA. 1990
 
 
334. Kind, T., T. Marcum, P. Bomba, F. Edberg, J. Primicias, and J. Rateley. Utilizing Landsat thematic mapper (TM) digital data to determine areas to be designated as wetlands. Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education, 7th Annual Scientific Symposium, Lake Barkley Resort, KY 1990
 
 
335. Naugle, B., R. Feeney, J. Jones, and G. Kipphut. Water quality parameter analysis and mapping for Kentucky Lake from monitoring data and Landsat TM imagery. Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and Education, 7th Annual Scientific Symposium, Lake Barkley Resort, KY. 1990
 
 
336. Schram, M. and G. R. Marzolf. Relation of a metalimnetic O2 minimum to zooplankton distribution. American Society of Limnology and Oceanography. Richmond, VA. 1990
 
 
337. White, D. "Bioturbation", An exercise in determining lake sediment turnover rates. Association of Southeastern Biologists. Baltimore, MD. 1990
 
 
338. White, D. First estimates of sediment turnover rates and carbon cycling in a southeastern reservoir, Kentucky Lake. North American Benthological Society. Blacksburg, VA 1990
 
 
339. White, D. Functional structure of large lake benthic communities from the shoreline outward. International Association for Great Lakes Research, Buffalo, NY. 1990
 
 
340. Babbs, S. A., James Sickel, Leon Duobinis-Gray, William E. Maddox and David A. Owen. A study of iron and manganese in Northern and Middle Kentucky Reservoir sediments. 75th Annual Kentucky Academy of Science Meeting, Lexington, KY. 1989
 
 
341. Duobinis-Gray, Leon, James Sickel, William E. Maddox, David Owen and Elizabeth Urban. Parasites of various unionid mussels in Kentucky Lake. First Kentucky Water Resources Symposium, Lexington, KY. 1989
 
 
342. Hendricks, S. P. and D. S. White. The hyporheic zone: physicochemical patterns, surface water-groundwater interactions, and potential influence on biota. First Kentucky Water Resources Symposium, Lexington, KY. 1989
 
 
343. Kind, Thomas C., Louis A Bartolucci, Patricia E. Bomba, Jeanette M. Jones, Burl I. Naugle and William F. Smith. Kentucky Lake Geographic Information System. First Kentucky Water Resources Symposium, Lexington, KY. 1989
 
 
344. Marzolf, G. R., G. Cantrell, A. Groeger, K. Johnston, G. Rice and M. Schram. Spatial variability in 14C estimates of phytoplankton productivity in Kentucky Lake, and impoundment of the Tennessee River, U.S.A. S. I. L., Frankfort, Germany. 1989
 
 
345. White, D. Characteristics of Large Rivers Prior to Impoundment. North American Lake Management Society. Chattanooga, TN. 1989
 
 
346. Sickel, J. B., J. J. Herod, and D. P. Reed. Impact of zebra mussels and commercial mussel harvest on native unionid mussels in western Kentucky. Southern Division, American Fisheries Society, Lexington, KY. 1988
 
 
347. Brinkley, K. A., J. B. Sickel, and L. Duobinis-Gray. Gonad development in zebra mussels (Bivalvia: Dreissenidae) from the Tennessee and Ohio rivers. Southern Division, American Fisheries Society, Lexington, KY. 1988

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