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Advancing Environmental Flow Science: Developing Frameworks for Altered Landscapes and Integrating Efforts Across Disciplines. Environmental Management. (2):175-192.. 2016.
Completeness and coverage of open-access freshwater fish distribution data in the United States. Diversity and Distributions. 23(12):1482-1498.. 2017.
Dispersal limitations on fish community recovery following long-term water quality remediation. Hydrobiologia. (1):45-65.. 2016.
Environmental flows in the context of unconventional natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale. Ecological Applications. 27(1):37-55.. 2017.
Filling in the GAPS: evaluating completeness and coverage of open-access biodiversity databases in the United States. Ecology and Evolution. (14):4654-4669.. 2016.
Identifying non-reference sites to guide stream restoration and long-term monitoring. Science of The Total Environment. 621:1208-1223.. 2018.
Organizing Environmental Flow Frameworks to Meet Hydropower Mitigation Needs. Environmental Management. (3):365-385.. 2016.
A stream classification system to explore the physical habitat diversity and anthropogenic impacts in riverscapes of the eastern United States. PLOS ONE. (636):e0198439.. 2018.
Towards catchment classification in data-scarce regions. Ecohydrology. 9(7):1235-1247.. 2016.
US cities can manage national hydrology and biodiversity using local infrastructure policy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 114(36):9581-9586.. 2017.