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Brewer SK, McManamay RA, Miller AD, Mollenhauer R, Worthington TA, Arsuffi T.  2016.  Advancing Environmental Flow Science: Developing Frameworks for Altered Landscapes and Integrating Efforts Across Disciplines. Environmental Management. (2):175-192.
Troia MJ, McManamay RA.  2017.  Completeness and coverage of open-access freshwater fish distribution data in the United States. Diversity and Distributions. 23(12):1482-1498.
McManamay RA, Jett RT, Ryon MG, Gregory SM, Stratton SH, Peterson MJ.  2016.  Dispersal limitations on fish community recovery following long-term water quality remediation. Hydrobiologia. (1):45-65.
Buchanan BP, Auerbach DA, McManamay RA, Taylor JM, Flecker AS, Archibald JA, Fuka DR, M. Walter T.  2017.  Environmental flows in the context of unconventional natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale. Ecological Applications. 27(1):37-55.
Troia MJ, McManamay RA.  2016.  Filling in the GAPS: evaluating completeness and coverage of open-access biodiversity databases in the United States. Ecology and Evolution. (14):4654-4669.
McManamay RA, Smith JG, Jett RT, Mathews TJ, Peterson MJ.  2018.  Identifying non-reference sites to guide stream restoration and long-term monitoring. Science of The Total Environment. 621:1208-1223.
McManamay RA, Brewer SK, Jager HI, Troia MJ.  2016.  Organizing Environmental Flow Frameworks to Meet Hydropower Mitigation Needs. Environmental Management. (3):365-385.
McManamay RA, Troia MJ, DeRolph CR, Sheldon AOlivero, Barnett AR, Kao S-C, Anderson MG.  2018.  A stream classification system to explore the physical habitat diversity and anthropogenic impacts in riverscapes of the eastern United States. PLOS ONE. (636):e0198439.
Brewer SK, Worthington TA, Mollenhauer R, Stewart DR, McManamay RA, Guertault L, Moore D.  2018.  Synthesizing models useful for ecohydrology and ecohydraulic approaches: An emphasis on integrating models to address complex research questions. Ecohydrology. :e1966.
Auerbach DA, Buchanan BP, Alexiades AV, Anderson EP, Encalada AC, Larson EI, McManamay RA, Poe GL, Walter M.T, Flecker AS.  2016.  Towards catchment classification in data-scarce regions. Ecohydrology. 9(7):1235-1247.
McManamay RA, Nair SSurendran, DeRolph CR, Ruddell BL, Morton AM, Stewart RN, Troia MJ, Tran L, Kim H, Bhaduri BL.  2017.  US cities can manage national hydrology and biodiversity using local infrastructure policy. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 114(36):9581-9586.