Publications of the Watershed Studies Institute


 
 
1. He, K.S., D. Rocchini, M. Neteler, H. Nagendra. 2011. Benefits of hyperspectral remote sensing for tracking plant invasions. Diversity and Distributions 1-12.   EMAIL
 
 
2. Earl, J. E. and H. H. Whiteman. 2009. Effects of pulsed nitrate exposure on amphibian development. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 28:1331-1337.
 
 
3. Shi, F., Yuan, Z., He, K., Li, J., Gou, S. 2009. Reproductive biology of an alien invasive species smooth cordgrass (Spartina alterniflora, Poaceae). Polish Journal of Ecology (In press).
 
 
4. Cripps, R.M., and G.W. Kipphut. 2008. Survey of nitrogen isotopes of Lepomis macrochirus (Blue Gill) from Kentucky Lake Reservoir and Ledbetter Creek, Kentucky. American J. of Undergraduate Research 7:1-5.
 
 
5. Doyle, J. and H. H. Whiteman. 2008. Paedomorphosis in Ambystoma talpoideum: Effects of initial size variation and density. Oecologia 156:87-94.   EMAIL
 
 
6. Earl, J. E. and H. H. Whiteman. 2008. Effects of pulsed nitrate exposure on amphibian development. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (in press).
 
 
7. Galla, S.J., B.L. Viers, P.E. Gradie, and D.E. Saar. 2009. Morus murrayana (Moraceae): a new mulberry from Eastern North America. Phytologia 91: 105-116.
 
 
8. Harris, C., Jiang, H., Liu, D., Brian, Z., He, K. 2009. Testing the roles of species native origin and family membership in intentional plant introductions using nursery data across the state of Kentucky. Torrey Botanical Society Journal (In press).
 
 
9. He, K. and Zhang, J. 2009. Testing the correlation between species diversity and productivity among global ecoregions, biomes, and biogeographical realms. Journal of Ecological Informatics (in press).   EMAIL
 
 
10. He, K. Zhang J., R. Zhang. 2009. Linking variability in species composition and MODIS NDVI based on Beta diversity measurements. Acta Oecologia 35(1): 14-21.   EMAIL
 
 
11. Hendricks, S.P., J.H. Duff, F.J. Triska, and A.P. Jackman. 2008. Bacterial biomass and productivity within different subsurface hydrologic environments of a sandy, low elevation river in north-central Minnesota. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 30:203-212   WEBSITE
 
 
12. Kodavanti, P. R., Senthilkumar, K. and Loganathan, B.G. 2008. Organohalogen pollutants in the global environment: Routes of Human Exposure and health effects. Encyclopedia of Public Health 4:686-693.
 
 
13. Lapviboonsuk, J. and Loganathan, B.G. 2008. Polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons in sediments and mussel tissue from Kentucky Lake and Downstream of Kentucky Dam. Journal of Kentucky Academy of Science 69, 186-197.
 
 
14. Loganathan, B.G., Senthilkumar, K., Masunaga, S. and Sajwan, K.S. 2008. Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins, dibenzofurans and dioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyls in sediment and mussels from Kentucky Lake, USA. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 54, 20-30.   WEBSITE
 
 
15. Loganathan, B.G., Senthilkumar, K., Seaford, K., Sajwan, K.S., Hanari, N. and Yamashita, N. 2008. Distribution of persistent organohalogen compounds in pine needles from selected locations in Kentucky and Georgia, USA. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 54, 422-439.   WEBSITE
 
 
16. Loganathan, B.G. and Masunaga, S. 2009. PCBs, Dioxins and Furans: Human exposure and health effects. In. Hand Book of Toxicology of Chemical Warfare Agents (Ed. R. Gupta). Elsevier Publications. Chapter 18: pp 245-253. (Invited Book Chapter).   WEBSITE
 
 
17. Loganathan, B.G., Phillips, M., Mowery, H., Jones-Lepp, T. 2008. Contamination profiles and mass loadings of macrolide antibiotics and illicit drugs from a small urban wastewater treatment plant. Chemosphere, in press.   WEBSITE
 
 
18. Meredith, C. S. and H. H. Whiteman. 2008. Effects of nitrate on embryos of three amphibian species. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology (in press).   WEBSITE
 
 
19. Saar, D.E. 2008. How many species of Dahlia exist? Bulletin of the American Dahlia Society 95:39-40..   WEBSITE
 
 
20. Saar, D.E. 2008. Seeds and the after-ripening process. Bulletin of the American Dahlia Society 95: 45-49.   WEBSITE
 
 
21. Sajwan, K.S., Senthilkumar, K., Nune, S., Fowler, A., Richardson, J. and Loganathan, B.G. 2008. Persistent organochlorine pesticides, polychlorinated biphenyls, polybrominated diphenyl ethers in fish from coastal waters off Savannah, GA., USA. Toxicological and Environmental Chemistry. 90, 81-96.
 
 
22. Sajwan, K.S., Senthilkumar, K., Weber-Goeke, M.A., Weber-Snapp, S., Gibson, C. and Loganathan, B.G. 2008. Extremely hydrophobic Aroclor 1268 and residues of PBDEs in marsh sediment collected from Superfund site in Brunswick, GA, USA. Marine Pollution Bulletin, An International Journal of Marine Science. (In Press: DOI 10-1016 2008 02 042).
 
 
23. Sajwan, S., Senthilkumar, K., Kelley, S*., Loganathan, B.G. 2009. Deposition of organochlorine pesticides, PCBs (Aroclor 1268), and PBDEs in selected plant species from a superfund site at Brunswick, Georgia, USA. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology DOI 10.1007/s0128-009-9646-3 (In Press).
 
 
24. Wakano, J. Y. and H. H. Whiteman. 2008. Evolution of polyphenism: the role of density and relative body size in morph determination. Evolutionary Ecology Research. 10:1157-1172.   WEBSITE
 
 
25. White, D. S. and M. F. Miller. 2008. Reservoirs and benthic invertebrate traces, what might be expected to be left in the fossil record? International Association for Theoretical and Applied Limnology 30:213ˆ217   WEBSITE
 
 
26. White, D. S., R. E. Roughley. 2008. Aquatic Coleoptera. Pp. 561-620. In R. W. Merritt, C. W. Cummins, and M. B. Berg (eds.). Aquatic Insects of North America. Kendall/Hunt.   WEBSITE
 
 
27. White, D. S. 2008. Aquatic beetles. In E. Likens. The Encyclopedia of Inland Waters (in press).   WEBSITE
 
 
28. White, D. S. and M. F. Miller. 2008. Benthic invertebrate activity in lakes: linking present and historical bioturbation patterns. Aquatic Biology 2:269-277.   WEBSITE
 
 
29. Aseltyne, T. A., H. D. Rowe, and A. E. Fryar. 2007. Stable isotopic fingerprint of a hyporheic–hypolentic boundary in a reservoir. Hydrogeology Journal 14:1688-1695.
 
 
30. Cano, D. V., Y. Sutanto, and T. C. Johnston. 2007. Seasonal dynamics of the bacterial community of a mudflat at the mouth of a major Kentucky Lake Reservoir tributary. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 68:81-88.
 
 
31. Doyle, J.M. and H.H. Whiteman. 2007. A technique for sampling clutch size of aquatic salamanders. Herpetological Review 38(1):41-42.   EMAIL
 
 
32. 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.
 
 
33. Hendricks, S.P., and M.R. Luttenton. 2007. Benthic algae taxa (exclusive of diatoms) of the Little River basin, western Kentucky, 2000-2003. J. Kentucky Acad. Sci. 68:31-36.   WEBSITE
 
 
34. Horii, Y., Reiner, J.L., Loganathan, B.G., Kumar, K.S., Sajwan, K. and Kannan, K. 2007. Occurrence and fate of polycyclic musks in wastewater treatment plants in Kentucky and Georgia, USA. Chemosphere 68, 2011-2020.
 
 
35. Jin, H., Ramsey, J. B. & White, D. S. 2007. Nutrient uptake and retention patterns in two streams with contrasting watershed land-use. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Sciences 68(1): 24-30   EMAIL
 
 
36. Jones, R. L., R. L. Thompson, and R. C. Clark. 2007. A reference list to field botany in Kentucky (1985-2006). Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 68:145-180.
 
 
37. Loganathan, B.G., Sajwan, K.S., Sinclair, E., Kumar, K.S. and Kannan, K. 2007. Perfluoroalkyl sulfonates and perfluorocarboxylates in two wastewater treatment facilities in Kentucky and Georgia. Water Research, 41, 4611-4620.   WEBSITE
 
 
38. Loganathan, B.G., Seaford, K.D., Owen, D.A., Kumar, K.S. and Sajwan, K. 2007. Accumulation of polychlorinated biphenyls in pine needles collected from residential and industrial areas in western Kentucky. Journal of Kentucky Academy of Science. 68, 37-49.   WEBSITE
 
 
39. Miller, M. F. and D. S. White. 2007. Controls of marine vs. lake lchnofacies. Journal of Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 2007:1-13.
 
 
40. Miller, M. E. and D. S. White. 2007. Ecological and evolutionary controls on the composition of marine and lake ichnofacies. Pp. 532-544. In W. Miller (ed.). Trace fossils, concepts, problems, prospects. Elsevier.
 
 
41. Ramsey, J. B., White, D. S. & Jin, H. 2007. Spatial distribution of benthic macroinvertebrates in a sidearm embayment of Kentucky Lake. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Sciences 68(1): 50-58
 
 
42. Sickel, J. B., M. D. Burnett, C. C. Chandler, C. E. Lewis, H. N. Blalock-Herod, and J. J. Herod. 2007. Changes in the freshwater mussel community in the Kentucky portion of Kentucky Lake Tennessee River, since impoundment by Kentucky Dam. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 68:68-80.
 
 
43. Thompson, R.L. 2007. The vascular flora of the Hancock Biological Station, Murray State University, Calloway County, Kentucky. J. Bot. Res. Inst. of Texas. 1:609-630
 
 
44. White, D. S. and R. E. Roughley. 2007. Aquatic Coleoptera. Pp. 561-620. In R. W. Merritt, C. W. Cummins, and M. Berg (eds.). Aquatic Insects of North America. Kendall/Hunt.   WEBSITE
 
 
45. White, D. and A. Nelson. 2007. Coleoptera. Pp. 655-651. In J. T. Carlton (ed.). The Light and Smith Manual Intertidal Invertebrates from Central California to Oregon, 4th Edition. University of California Press.   WEBSITE
 
 
46. White, D. S. 2007. The shape of education, or, why there is only so much of it to go around. Journal of Irreproducible Results. 50(4):20-21.   WEBSITE
 
 
47. White, D. S., K. L. Johnston, and G. T. Rice. 2007. The Center for Reservoir Research over its first twenty years with special reference to the long-term monitoring program. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 68:2-10.   WEBSITE
 
 
48. Williamson, M.R. and White, D.S. 2007. Seasonal patterns and abundance of Copepods in Kentucky Lake, USA. J. Ky. Acad. Sci. 68(1):59-67.   EMAIL
 
 
49. Albritton, C. J. and D. S. White 2006. Rotifer hatching from the sediments of a fluctuating mainstem reservoir. Southeastern Naturalist 5:345-354.
 
 
50. Brown, T. T. and C.A. Fuller. 2006. Stress and parasitism in white-footed mice (Peromyscus leucopus) in dry and floodplain environments. Canadian Journal of Zoology 84:1833-1839.
 
 
51. 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. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 67:22-38.   WEBSITE
 
 
52. Thompson, R.L. and D.B. Poindexter. 2006. Vascular flora of the Elk and Bison Prairie, Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, Trigg County, Kentucky. Castanea 71:104-121
 
 
53. Balci, P., D. S. White, and G. Rice. 2005. Production and life cycle of Chironomus major (Diptera: Chironomidae) in Kentucky Lake, USA. Entomological News 116:353-362.   EMAIL
 
 
54. Gar, J. D. 2005. Assessing the water quality of two creeks in Western Kentucky and adjacent Tennessee using biodegradable dissolved organic carbon analysis. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 66:50-56.
 
 
55. Loganathan, B.G., Alexander, C., Chien, I-L., and Sajwan, K.S. 2005. Temporal trends of inorganic elements in Kentucky Lake sediments. pp 147-154. In M. N. V. Prasad, K. S. Sajwan, and R. Naidu. Trace Elements in the Environment, Biogeoghemistry, Biotechnology, and Bioremediation. CRC Press.   WEBSITE
 
 
56. O'Brien, W. J., M. Barfield, N. Bettez, A. E. Hershey, J. E. Hobbie, G. Kipphut, G. Kling, and M. C. Miller. 2005. Long-term response and recovery to nutrient addition of a partitioned arctic lake. Freshwater Biology 50:731-741.
 
 
57. White, D., K. Johnston, and M. Miller. 2005. Ohio River Basin. Pp. 374-425. In: A. C. Benke and C. E. Cushing (eds.). Rivers of North America. Academic Press/Elsevier.   WEBSITE
 
 
58. Albritton, C. J. and D. S. White. 2004. Hatching of rotifer eggs from reservoir sediment. Southeastern Naturalist. 3:359-370.
 
 
59. Kannan, K., Corsolini, S., Falandyz, J., Fillmann, G., Senthilkumar, K., Loganathan, B.G. et al. 2004. Perfluooctanesulfonate and related fluorochemicals in human blood from several countries. Environmental Science and Technology 38:4489-4495.
 
 
60. Knouft, J. H. and Page, L. M. 2004. Nest defense against predators by the male fringed darter (Etheostoma crossopterum). Copeia 2004:915-918.
 
 
61. Luken, J. O. 2004. An index of invasion for the ground layer of riparian forest vegetation. Natural Areas Journal 24:336-340.
 
 
62. Reed, A., L Dzon., B .G. Loganathan, and M. M. Whalen. 2004. Immunomodulation of human natural killer cell cytotoxic function by organochlorine pesticides. Human and Experimental Toxicology 23:463-471.
 
 
63. Ward, A. K., D. S. White, and G. W. Barrett. 2004. The AERC, past, present, and future. Bioscience 54:622-624.
 
 
64. Werstak, C., P. Maus, J. Benson, and D. Jones. 2004. Mid-level mapping: Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area. USDA Forest Service---Engineering, Remote Sensing Applications Center, RSAC-0067-TIP1, Salt Lake City, UT.
 
 
65. Whiteman, H. H. 2004. Writing a RUI proposal: strategies for success. Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly 25:72.   WEBSITE
 
 
66. Yurista, P. M., D. S. White, G. W. Kipphut, K. Johnston, G. Rice 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.   EMAIL
 
 
67. Yurista, P. 2004. Bioenergetics of a semi-tropical cladoceran, Daphnia lumholtz. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 19: 681-694.   EMAIL
 
 
68. Balci, P. and J. H. Kennedy. 2003. Comparison of chironomids and other macroinvertebrates associated with Myriophylum spicatum and Heteranthera dubia. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 18:235-247.   EMAIL
 
 
69. Battin, T., L. A. Kaplan, J. D. Newbold, 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.
 
 
70. Cetin, H. 2003. Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and the Internet. The Internet Encyclopedia, Hossein Bidgoli (Editor). John Wiley & Sons, Inc.   WEBSITE
 
 
71. Kannan, K., Battula, B., Loganthan, B. G., Hong, C. S. et al. 2003. Trace organic contaminants including toxaphene and trifluralin in cotton field soils from Georgia and South Carolina, USA. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 45:30-36.
 
 
72. Knouft, J. H., L. M. Page, and M. J. Plewa. 2003. Antimicrobial egg cleaning by the fringed darter (Perciformes: Percidae: Etheostoma crossopterum): implications of a novel component of parental care in fishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 270:2405–2411.
 
 
73. Thompson, R. L. 2003. Checklist of the vascular plants of Hancock Biological Station, Murray State University, Calloway County, Kentucky. Proceedings of the Natural History of the Lower Tennessee and Cumberland River Valleys 10:219-252.   EMAIL
 
 
74. Whalen, M. M., Loganathan, B. G., Yamashita, N. and Saito, T. 2003. Immunomodulation of human natural killer cell cytotoxic function by triazine and carbamate pesticides. Chemico-Biological Interactions 145:311-319.   EMAIL
 
 
75. Whalen, M. M., Wilson, S., Gleghorn, C. and Loganathan, B. G. 2003. Brief exposure to triphenyltin produces irreversible inhibition of the cytotoxic function of human natural killer cells. Environmental Research 92:213-220.   EMAIL
 
 
76. 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. Aquatic Ecology 36: 355-369.
 
 
77. 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, North America. International Association for Theoretical and Applied Limnology 28: 214-222.
 
 
78. Kind, T. C. 2002. Mid-America Remote Sensing Center (MARC). Pp. 217-220. In E. W. Chester and J. S. Fralish. Land Between the Lakes, Kentucky and Tennessee: Four decades of Tennessee Valley Authority stewardship.   WEBSITE
 
 
79. Luken, J. O. and J. Spaeth. 2002. Comparison of riparian forests within and beyond the boundaries of Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area, Kentucky, USA. Natural Areas Journal 22:283-289.
 
 
80. Seaford, K. D., B. G. Loganathan, and D. A. Owen. 2002. Seasonal variations of organic compounds and inorganic element concentrations in surface sediments from Ledbetter embayment of Kentucky Lake. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Restoration 1:64.
 
 
81. Seaford, K. D., B. G. Loganathan, and D. A. Owen. 2002. Effect of Water Level fluctuations on selected organic compounds and Metals concentrations in surface sediments from Ledbetter Embayment of Kentucky Lake. Journal of Environmental Monitoring and Restoration. 1:64-79.
 
 
82. Spencer W. E., J. G. Rundle, and A. S. K. Chan. 2002. Effects of land-use, season, and surface litter on nitrate removal by Western Kentucky wetlands. In L. Fredrickson (ed.). Proceedings of the Symposium on the Ecology and Management of Bottomland Hardwood Systems: The State of Our Understanding.
 
 
83. Whalen, M. M., Williams, T. B., Green, S. A. and Loganathan, B. G. 2002. Interleukins 2 and 12 produce significant recovery of cytotoxic function in tributyltin-exposed human natural killer cells. Environmental Research 88:199-209.   EMAIL
 
 
84. Whalen, M. M., Ghazi, S., Loganathan, B. G., and Hatcher, F. 2002. Expression of CD16, CD18 in tributyltin-exposed human natural killer cells. Chemico-Biological Interactions 132: 159-176.   EMAIL
 
 
85. Whalen, M. M., Green, S. and Loganathan, B. G. 2002. Brief butyltin exposure induces irreversible inhibition of the cytotoxic function on human natural killer cells, in vitro. Environmental Research 88:19-29.   EMAIL
 
 
86. Whalen, M. M., Walker, L., Loganathan, B. G. 2002. Interleukins 2 and 12 produce significant recovery of cytotoxic function in dibutyltin-exposed human natural killer cells. Environmental Research 88:103-115.   EMAIL
 
 
87. White, D. 2002. Limnology of the Land Between the Lakes Region. Pp. 369-386. In E. W. Chester and J. S. Fralish. Land Between the Lakes, Kentucky and Tennessee: Four decades of Tennessee Valley Authority stewardship.   WEBSITE
 
 
88. White, D. 2002. The Hancock Biological Station and the Center for Reservoir Research. Pp 202-216. In E. W. Chester and J. S. Fralish. Land Between the Lakes, Kentucky and Tennessee: Four decades of Tennessee Valley Authority stewardship.   WEBSITE
 
 
89. Yurista, P.M., K. Johnston, G. Rice, G. W. Kipphut and D. S. White. 2002 Particulate organic carbon patterns in a mainstem reservoir, Kentucky Lake, USA. Lake and Reservoir Management 17:330-340.   EMAIL
 
 
90. Dreves, D. P. and T. J. Timmons. 2001. Relationships between diet and growth of age-0 largemouth bass in a Kentucky Lake embayment. Proceedings of the Southeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. 2001:175-193.
 
 
91. Halda-Alija, L., S. P. Hendricks, and T. C. Johnston. 2001. Spatial and temporal variation of Enterobacter populations in sediments and underlying hyporheic zone of an agricultural stream. Microbial Ecology 42: 286-294.
 
 
92. 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.   WEBSITE
 
 
93. Lindeman, P. V. 2001. Notes on nesting by the smooth shofshell turtle (Apalone mutica) in a river impoundment in western Kentucky. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 62:117-120.
 
 
94. Lindeman, P. V. 2001. Turtle fauna of the upper Tradewater River near Dawson springs, Kentucky Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 62:121-124.
 
 
95. Loganathan, B.G., Kannan, K., Sajwan, K.S. and Owen, D.A. 2001. Butyltin compounds in freshwater ecosystems. In: Persistent, Bioaccumulative and Toxic Chemicals I: Fate and Exposure. R.L. Lipnick, J. Hermens, K. Jones, and D. Muir (Eds.). American Chemical Society, Washington, DC. ACS Monograph Series 772. 308pp.   WEBSITE
 
 
96. Loganathan, B.G., Kawano, M., Sajwan, K.S., and Owen, D.A. 2001. Extractable organohalogens (EOX) in sediment and mussel tissues from the Kentucky Lake and Kentucky Dam Tailwater. Toxicological Environmental Chemistry 79:233-242.   WEBSITE
 
 
97. Loganathan, B. G., Sajwan, K. S., Richardson, J. P., Chetty, C. S., and Owen, D. A. 2001. Persistent organochlorine concentrations in sediment and fish from Atlantic coastal and brackish waters off Savannah, Georgia, USA. Marine Pollution Bulletin 42:246-250.   WEBSITE
 
 
98. Whalen, M. M., Hariharan, S,. and Loganathan, B. G. 2001. Phenyltin inhibition of the cytotoxic function of human natural killer cells. Environmental Research 84:162-169.   EMAIL
 
 
99. Whalen, M. M. and Loganathan, B. G. 2001. Butyltin exposure causes a rapid decrease in cyclic AMP levels in human lymphocytes. Toxicology and Applied Pharmacology 171:141-148.   EMAIL
 
 
100. Yurista, P. M., G. T. Rice, and D. S. White. 2001. Long-term establishment of Daphnia lumholtzi in Kentucky Lake, USA. Verhandlungen Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie 27:3102-3106.   EMAIL
 
 
101. Hendricks, S. P., and D. S. White. 2000. Stream and Groundwater influences on phosphorus biogeochemistry. Pp 221-235. In Streams and groundwater. J. Jones and P. Mulholand (eds.). Academic Press.   WEBSITE
 
 
102. Kling, G. W., G. W. Kipphut, M. C. Miller, and W. J. O'Brien. 2000. The integration of lakes and streams in a landscape perspective: the importance of material processing on spatial patterns and temporal coherence. Freshwater Biology 43:477-498.
 
 
103. Lindeman, P. V. 2000. Resources use of five sympatric turtle species: effects of competition, phylogeny, and morphology. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78:992-1008.
 
 
104. Lindeman, P. V. 2000. The evolution of relative width of the head and alveolar surfaces in map turtles (Testudines: Emydidae: Graptymes). Biological Journal of the Linnaean Society 69:549-576.
 
 
105. Page, L. M. and J. H. Knouft. 2000. Variation in egg-mimic size in the guardian darter, Etheostoma oophylax (Percidae). Copeia 2000:782-785.
 
 
106. White, D. S., and S. P. Hendricks. 2000. Lotic macrophytes and surface-subsurface exchange processes. Pp 363-379. In Streams and Groundwater. J. Jones and P. Mulholand (eds.). Academic Press.   WEBSITE
 
 
107. Yurista, P. M. 2000. Cyclomorphsis in Daphnia lumholtzi induced by temperature. Freshwater Biology. 43:207-213.   EMAIL
 
 
108. Halda-Alija, L. and T. C. Johnston. 1999. Diversity of culturable heterotrophic aerobic bacteria in pristine stream bed sediments. Canadian Journal of Microbiology 45:879-884.
 
 
109. 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.
 
 
110. Lindeman, P. V. 1999. Aggressive interactions during basking in an assemblage of four emydid turtles. Journal of Herpetology 33:214-219.
 
 
111. Lindeman, P. V. 1999. Growth curves for Graptemys, with a comparison to other emydid turtles. American Midland Naturalist 142: 141-151.
 
 
112. Lindeman, P. V. 1999. Surveys of basking map turtles Graptemys spp. in three river drainages and the importance of deadwood abundance. Biological Conservation 88:33-42.
 
 
113. Mulholland, P., E. Marzolf, J. Webster, D. Hart and S. Hendricks. 1999. Evidence that hyporheic zones increase heterotrophic metabolism and phosphorus uptake in forested streams. Limnology and Oceanography 44:230-231.
 
 
114. Soranno, P. A., K. E. Webster, J.n L. Riera, T. K. Kratz, J. S. Baron, P. A. Bukaveckas, G. W. Kling, D. S. White, N. Caine, R. C. L., and P. R. Leavitt. 1999. Spatial variation among lakes within landscapes: Ecological organization along lake chains. Ecosystems 2:395-410.
 
 
115. Whalen, M. M., Loganathan, B. G. and Kannan, K. 1999 .Immunotoxicity of environmentally relevant concentrations of butyltins on human natural killer cells in vitro. Environmental Research Section A 81:108-116.   EMAIL
 
 
116. Brooks, C., D. Dreves, and D. White. 1998. Distribution records for Taphromysis louisianae with notes on ecology. Crustaceana 71:955-960.
 
 
117. Lindeman, P. V. 1998. Of deadwood and map turtles (Graptemys): An analysis of species status for five species in three river drainages using replicated spotting-scope counts of basking turtles. Chelonian Conservation Biology 3:137-141.
 
 
118. Loganathan, B.G., K. Kannan, K. Senthilkumar, J. Sickel, and D.A. Owen. 1998. Occurrence of butyltin residues in sediments and mussel tissues from the Lowermost Tennessee River and Kentucky Lake, U.S.A. Chemosphere 30:2401-2408.   WEBSITE
 
 
119. Reed, D. P., J. J. Herod, and J. B. Sickel. 1998. Variations in zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) veliger densities throughout 1996 at Dam 52 on the lower Ohio River. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 13: 255-261.
 
 
120. Sickel, J. B. 1998. Gluttonous feeding behavior in the rhabdocoel, Macrostomum sp., induced by juveniles of the Asiatic clam, Corbicula fluminea. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 13:135-137.
 
 
121. Spencer, W. E., S. Delaney, G. T. Rice, K. L. Johnston, R. Seither, and D. S. White. 1998. Optimum temperature for carbon assimilation in Kentucky Lake follows seasonal change in ambient temperature. Archiv für Hydrobiologie. 141:389-401.
 
 
122. Timmons, T. J. and D. S. White. 1998. Undergraduate research experiences in biology and Murray State University and the Hancock Biological Station. Journal of the Kentucky. Academy of Science 59:47-50.   WEBSITE
 
 
123. Herod, J. J., T. L. Frye, and J. B. Sickel. 1997. Blue catfish predation on the zebra mussel in the Ohio River near Paducah, Kentucky. Journal of the Kentucky Academy of Science 58:96.
 
 
124. Hershey, A. E., G. W. Kipphut, et al. 1997. The Kuparuk river: a long-term study of biological and chemical processes in an arctic river. pp. 107-130. In A. M. Milner and M. W. Oswood (eds.). Freshwaters of Alaska: ecological synthesis. Springier, New York.
 
 
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