Most Recent Additions*

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Riparian insect response to experimental in-stream salmon additions
Scott Collins, Colden Baxter, Amy Marcarelli, and Mark Wipfli

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Responses of riparian insects and spiders to experimental additions of salmon carcasses
Scott F. Collins, Colden V. Baxter, Amy Marcarelli, and Mark S. Wipfli

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Are nutrient loading effects on stream nutrient processing driven by shifts in biofilm community dynamics?
Heather A. Bechtold, Colden V. Baxter, Amy Marcarelli, and R. S. Inouye

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Mitigating for the loss of marine nutrients from salmon: Ecological effects of salmon carcass and analog additions to headwater aquatic and terrestrial systems in Idaho, USA
Mark S. Wipfli, Amy Marcarelli, Katy L. Kavanaugh, Gregg Servheen, Scott F. Collins, Laura Felicetti, Scott T. Florin, Colden V. Baxter, and Tadd Wheeler

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Detrital breakdown and macroinvertebrate communities affected by sedimentation in a low-gradient tributary to Lake Superior
Nicole R. King, Susan L. Eggert, Amy Marcarelli, Casey J. Huckins, Jonathan D. Ebel, Tony Matthys, and Randall K. Kolka

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Evaluating the impact of culvert designs on hydrologic connectivity and nutrient uptake in Northern Wisconsin streams
James C. Olson, Amy Marcarelli, Anne Timm, Susan L. Eggert, and Randall K. Kolka

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Embeddedness: A context dependent driver of fish habitat preference
Tony Matthys, Casey J. Huckins, and Amy Marcarelli

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How can ecosystem ecology learn from and inform fisheries restoration?
Amy Marcarelli, Scott F. Collins, Colden V. Baxter, and Casey J. Huckins

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Does quality trump quantity? Ecosystem-level consequences of subsidies in a forested stream
Amy Marcarelli, Colden Baxter, Joseph R. Benjamin, and Masashi Murakami

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Challenges and opportunities for energy resource and environmental research
Keli Goodman, Claire K. Lunch, Colden V. Baxter, Robert O. Hall Jr., Gordon W. Holtgrieve, Brian J. Roberts, Amy Marcarelli, and Jennifer L. Tank

*Updated as of 04/25/17.