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The natural sediment regime in rivers: Broadening the foundation for ecosystem management
E Wohl, BP Bledsoe, RB Jacobson, NLR Poff, SL Rathburn, DM Walters, ...
BioScience 65 (4), 358-371, 2015
4682015
The dark side of subsidies: adult stream insects export organic contaminants to riparian predators
DM Walters, KM Fritz, RR Otter
Ecological Applications 18 (8), 1835-1841, 2008
2462008
Mountain lakes: Eyes on global environmental change
KA Moser, JS Baron, J Brahney, IA Oleksy, JE Saros, EJ Hundey, S Sadro, ...
Global and Planetary Change 178, 77-95, 2019
2422019
A diverse suite of pharmaceuticals contaminates stream and riparian food webs
EK Richmond, EJ Rosi, DM Walters, J Fick, SK Hamilton, T Brodin, ...
Nature Communications 9 (1), 4491, 2018
2302018
Urbanization, sedimentation, and the homogenization of fish assemblages in the Etowah River Basin, USA
DM Walters, DS Leigh, AB Bearden
The Interactions between Sediments and Water: Proceedings of the 9th …, 2003
2242003
Geomorphology and fish assemblages in a Piedmont river basin, USA
DM Walters, DS Leigh, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman, CM Pringle
Freshwater Biology 48 (11), 1950-1970, 2003
1952003
The natural wood regime in rivers
E Wohl, N Kramer, V Ruiz-Villanueva, DN Scott, F Comiti, AM Gurnell, ...
BioScience 69 (4), 259-273, 2019
1712019
Trophic magnification of organic chemicals: A global synthesis
DM Walters, TD Jardine, BS Cade, KA Kidd, DCG Muir, P Leipzig-Scott
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (9), 4650-4658, 2016
1472016
Metamorphosis alters contaminants and chemical tracers in insects: implications for food webs
JM Kraus, DM Walters, JS Wesner, CA Stricker, TS Schmidt, RE Zuellig
Environmental science & technology 48 (18), 10957-10965, 2014
1322014
Environmental indicators of macroinvertebrate and fish assemblage integrity in urbanizing watersheds
DM Walters, AH Roy, DS Leigh
Ecological Indicators 9 (6), 1222-1233, 2009
1302009
Pharmaceuticals and personal care products (PPCPs) are ecological disrupting compounds (EcoDC)
EK Richmond, MR Grace, JJ Kelly, AJ Reisinger, EJ Rosi, DM Walters
Elem Sci Anth 5, 66, 2017
1252017
Spider-mediated flux of PCBs from contaminated sediments to terrestrial ecosystems and potential risks to arachnivorous birds
DM Walters, MA Mills, KM Fritz, DF Raikow
Environmental science & technology 44 (8), 2849-2856, 2010
1252010
Cross‐ecosystem impacts of stream pollution reduce resource and contaminant flux to riparian food webs
JM Kraus, TS Schmidt, DM Walters, RB Wanty, RE Zuellig, RE Wolf
Ecological Applications 24 (2), 235-243, 2014
1242014
Carbon dynamics of river corridors and the effects of human alterations
E Wohl, RO Hall Jr, KB Lininger, NA Sutfin, DM Walters
Ecological Monographs 87 (3), 379-409, 2017
1112017
Trophic magnification of PCBs and its relationship to the octanol− water partition coefficient
DM Walters, MA Mills, BS Cade, LP Burkard
Environmental science & technology 45 (9), 3917-3924, 2011
1022011
Field operations manual for assessing the hydrologic permanence and ecological condition of headwater streams
KM Fritz, BR Johnson, DM Walters
United States Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and …, 2006
962006
Physical indicators of hydrologic permanence in forested headwater streams
KM Fritz, BR Johnson, DM Walters
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27 (3), 690-704, 2008
922008
Comparing trophic position of stream fishes using stable isotope and gut contents analyses
SM Rybczynski, DM Walters, KM Fritz, BR Johnson
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17 (2), 199-206, 2008
912008
Metamorphosis Enhances the Effects of Metal Exposure on the Mayfly, Centroptilum triangulifer
JS Wesner, JM Kraus, TS Schmidt, DM Walters, WH Clements
Environmental Science & Technology 48 (17), 10415-10422, 2014
822014
Emergence flux declines disproportionately to larval density along a stream metals gradient
TS Schmidt, JM Kraus, DM Walters, RB Wanty
Environmental science & technology 47 (15), 8784-8792, 2013
772013
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