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SFS Annual Meeting

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

Poster Number Abstract Title Speaker(s) Session
1 EFFECTS OF RIPARIAN RHODODENDRON REMOVAL AND TOP-DOWN CONTROL BY CRAYFISH ON DIATOM COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN STREAMS Kelsey Solomon, Catherine Pringle, Rebecca Bixby, Maura Dudley C01 Algae
2 NITROGEN-FIXING DIATOMS AS INDICATORS OF HISTORICAL NITROGEN LIMITATION IN LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES COASTAL WETLANDS Willow Newman, Steven Francoeur, Donald Uzarski, Matthew Cooper, Laura Moore C01 Algae
3 SEASONAL NUTRIENT LIMITATION OF PHYTOPLANKTON IN A HYPER-EUTROPHIC RESERVOIR: THE ROLE OF PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN FORM Isabelle Andersen, Michael Vanni, Tanner Williamson C01 Algae
4 EVALUATING REMOTE SITE INCUBATORS TO SUPPORT ARCTIC GRAYLING RESTORATION IN MICHIGAN Carl R. Ruetz III, Alan Mock, Dan Mays, Archie Martell C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
5 EXPLORING DISPERSAL AND GENETIC CONNECTIVITY THROUGH A NEWLY DISCOVERED ARIZONA TREEFROG POPULATION Jacob Helmann, Meryl Mims, Meryl Mims C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
6 FISH COMMUNITY DIVERSITY AND ABUNDANCE ACROSS AN URBANIZATION GRADIENT Greg Jacobs, Phillip Bumpers, Seth Wenger C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
8 ONE FISH, TWO FISH, LOW STREAM... FULL FISH? AN EXPLORATION OF THE EFFECTS OF DROUGHT ON STREAM DARTERS AND THEIR PREY Isabel Evelyn, Mary Freeman, Amy Rosemond, Caitlin Conn C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
9 PLASTICS POLLUTION SURVEY OF FOUR RIVERS IN MONGOLIA AND THE UNITED STATES Amarbat Otgonganbat C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
10 RESPONSE OF FISH COMMUNITIES TO AN EXPERIMENTAL ADDITON OF LARGE WOOD IN THREE NORTHERN MICHIGAN STREAMS Amanda Popovich, Ashley Moerke, Gary Lamberti, Patrick Shirey C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
11 RISING TEMPERATURES, DIMINISHING RETURNS: LAKE TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON THE MASS OF LARVAL FISH CAUGHT WITHIN KENTUCKY LAKE. Spencer Phillips, Benjamin Tumolo, Michael Flinn, Christy Soldo, Nathan Tillotston C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
12 SPATIOTEMPORAL VARIATION IN LONG-TERM FISH ASSEMBLAGES OF BUCK CREEK, INDIANA Paul DeRolf C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
13 THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE AMERICAN ALLIGATOR IN A RIVERINE HABITAT IN TEXAS Matthew Pyne, Jami Brown C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
14 A SPACIAL ANALYSIS OF THE IMPACTS OF LOW-HEAD IMPOUNDMENTS ON MACROINVERTEBRATES COMMUNITIES Daniel Edwards C03 Invertebrates
15 ARE CHAOBORUS MANDIBLES IN LAKE SEDIMENTS A RELIABLE INDICATOR OF HISTORICAL FISH ABSENCE IN POST-GLACIATED REGIONS OF MAINE AND MINNESOTA? Holly Kundel, Emily Schilling, Cynthia Loftin, Katie DeGoosh C03 Invertebrates
16 ASSESSING CHIRONOMID LONGEVITY IN THERMALLY VARIABLE ICELANDIC STREAMS Corrie Nyquist, Leonard Ferrington, Jr., Gisli Mar Gislason, Sigrun Oddgeirsdottir C03 Invertebrates
17 BIOGEOGRAPHY OF BENTHIC INVERTEBRATE BIOMASS: DOES FAMILY-LEVEL BIOMASS TRACK REGIONAL VARIATION IN STREAM TEMPERATURE? Khalil Carson, Checo Colon-Gaud, Daniel McGarvey C03 Invertebrates
18 BIOMONITORING AT THE DALLAS-FORT WORTH INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: THE USE OF CHIRONOMIDAE (DIPTERA) LARVAE IN DETECTING ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES IN URBAN STREAMS Kaitlynn Davis, Megann Harlow, James Kennedy C03 Invertebrates
19 CHIRONOMIDAE SURFACE-FLOATING PUPAL EXUVIAE ALONG A SUB ANTARCTIC ALTITUDINAL GRADIENT Katherine Cline, Tamara Contador, Sabrina Moore, James Kennedy, Taylor Gillum C03 Invertebrates
20 DETERMINING THE IMPACT OF INCREASED PH ON CHIRONOMID GROWTH RATES IN NEOTROPICAL STREAMS Chris Watson, Carissa Ganong C03 Invertebrates
21 DIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTION OF ELMIDAE (COLEOPTERA) IN TWO ADJACENT MOUNTAIN STREAMS Uttam Rai, Jennifer Shanteau, Grant DeJong, Jeniffer Lynch, Kimberly Gerlock C03 Invertebrates
22 EPHEMERAL LIFE: A COMPARISON OF INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES FOUND IN SEVERAL TYPES OF POOLS Morgan Eytcheson, David Janetski, Allison Crowell, Holly Travis C03 Invertebrates
23 EXPLORING DRIFT-BENTHOS RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN A 3RD ORDER REDWOOD STREAM ON CALIFORNIA'S CENTRAL COAST Laura Bajurin, Nicholas Macias, Eric Palkovacs C03 Invertebrates
24 IMPACTS OF THE BRIAN HEAD FIRE ON THE FRESHWATER MACRINVERTEBRATES OF THE MARKAGUNT PLATEAU (2016-2019) Michael Contente, Fredric Govedich, Samuel Wells, Makayla Oborn, Irania Hernandez, Courtney Webb C03 Invertebrates
25 INSECT EMERGENCE FROM A SHALLOW POND IN A WET MEADOW IN THE CONIFEROUS FOREST OF THE CASCADE MOUNTAINS Truman Sherk C03 Invertebrates
26 LAND USE EFFECTS ON A TEMPORAL COMPARISON OF THE PRESENCE AND ABUNDANCE OF MICROPLASTICS IN RIVERINE SYSTEMS Marisa Macchia, John Jackson, Rachel McNeish, John Wallace, Austin Harrison C03 Invertebrates
27 MACROINVERTEBRATES AS BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS OF WATER QUALITY IN RIVERS OBA AND OSUN, SOUTH WEST, NIGERIA Adu Babasola C03 Invertebrates
28 POPULATION GENETICS OF NY POPULATIONS OF PTERONARCYS BILOBA AND ITS POSITION WITHIN THE GENUS. Nicole Pedisich, Jeffrey Heilveil C03 Invertebrates
29 SEASONAL VARIATION IN CHIRONOMID COMMUNITIES IN TWO FAROESE STREAMS Leivur Janus Hansen, Gisli Mar Gislason, Agnes-Katharina Kreiling C03 Invertebrates
30 SEASONAL VARIATION OF INVERTEBRATE ABUNDANCE AND DIET COMPOSITION OF ARCTIC CHARR IN AN ICELANDIC SPRING SYSTEM Agnes-Katharina Kreiling, Jón S. Ólafsson, Eoin O'Gorman, Bjarni K. Kristjánsson, Snæbjörn Pálsson C03 Invertebrates
31 STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSIS OF CRAYFISH ORCONECTES VIRILIS DIET IN VARIABLE RIVERS Sara Thompson C03 Invertebrates
32 TENDER LOVING LEECHES Fredric Govedich, Bonnie Bain C03 Invertebrates
33 THRESHOLD DISCHARGE EFFECTS ON MACROINVERTEBRATES ALONG AN URBANIZATION GRADIENT IN PIEDMONT HEADWATER STREAMS Rebecca Black, Sandra Clinton, PhD C03 Invertebrates
34 USING MACROINVERTEBRATES AS BIOINDICATORS: AN ASSESSMENT OF THE ECOLOGICAL RESTORATION OF MUSKEGON LAKE, MICHIGAN Rachel Orzechowski, Alan Steinman C03 Invertebrates
35 VERTICAL MIGRATION OF ADULT PLECOPTERA (STONEFLIES) ABOVE FORESTED HEADWATER STREAMS Ruric Bowman, Robert Smith, Brittany Lenze C03 Invertebrates
36 A TEST OF ALGAL PRIMING EFFECTS DURING TYPHA LATIFOLIA DECOMPOSITION UNDER CONTRASTING DISSOLVED NUTRIENT LEVELS Tori Hebert, Kevin Kuehn, Steven Francoeur, Halvor Halvorson, Cody Pope, Robert Findlay C04 Microbial Ecology
37 EFFECTS OF LIGHT AND NUTRIENT AVAILABILITY ON ALGAL STIMULATION OF MICROBIAL HETEROTROPHS ASSOCIATED WITH DECOMPOSING WOOD Cody Pope, Kevin Kuehn, Steven Francoeur, Halvor Halvorson, Robert Findlay, Tori Hebert C04 Microbial Ecology
38 PRETREATMENT OF WASTE ACTIVATED SLUDGE WITH CALDICELLULOSIRUPTOR BESCII INCREASES METHANE PRODUCTION DURING ANAEROBIC DIGESTION Anne Bennion, Zachary Aanderud, Hanna Burgin, Kate Thorpe, Jaron Hansen C04 Microbial Ecology
39 THE EFFECTS OF LIGHT AND TEMPERATURE GRADIENT EXPOSURE ON ENZYME ACTIVITY OF LEAF LITTER-ASSOCIATED MICROBIAL DECOMPOSERS Stephanie Koury, Kevin Kuehn, Steve Francoeur, Halvor Halvorson, Robert Findlay, Joel Bonney C04 Microbial Ecology
40 THE EFFECTS OF LIGHT AND TEMPERATURE ON FRESHWATER MICROBIAL BIOMASS, PRODUCTION, COMPOSITION AND INTERACTIONS Joel Bonney, Kevin Kuehn, Steven Francoeur, Halvor Halvorson, Robert Findlay C04 Microbial Ecology
41 VARIATIONS IN RIVERINE MICROPLASTIC ABUNDANCE AND ASSOCIATED MICROBIOMES WITH WATERSHED LAND USE Paul Risteca, Timothy Hoellein, John Kelly, Rachel McNeish, Lisa Kim, Kelli Rogers C04 Microbial Ecology
42 ASSESSING RISK TO IMPERILED SPECIES: MODELING FRESHWATER MUSSEL POPULATIONS Adrian Moore, Dan Hornbach, Nika Galic, Richard Brain, Valery Forbes C05 Unionid Ecology
43 MUSSEL-FISH DIVERSITY RELATIONSHIPS AT DIFFERENT SPATIAL SCALES Yong Cao C05 Unionid Ecology
44 PREDICTING NATIVE UNIONID DISTRIBUTIONS ACROSS INDIANA, USA, USING AN ENSEMBLE MODELING APPROACH Susanna LaGory, Tomas Hook, Brant Fisher, Carolyn Foley C05 Unionid Ecology
45 UNDETECTABLE ENVIRONMENTAL DRIVERS OF UNIONID MUSSEL GROWTH IN TROUT LAKE, WI Vincent Butitta, Emily Stanley, Andrew Rypel C05 Unionid Ecology
46 EVALUATING THE DISTRIBUTION OF LARGE WOOD AND ITS IMPACT ON FISH COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER Kaija Gahm, Serenity Budd C06 Large River Ecology
47 DO INTRODUCED FISH AND NUTRIENTS AFFECT THE PREVALENCE OF CYANOBACTERIA BLOOMS IN MOUNTAIN LAKES? Lara Jansen, Angela Strecker C07 Lentic Ecology
48 ECOSYSTEM METABOLISM IN PONDS WITH DIFFERING STABLE STATES Dan Hornbach, Emily Schilling, Holly Kundel C07 Lentic Ecology
49 INFLUENCE OF ECOLOGICAL CONDITIONS ON ESCHERICHIA COLI LEVELS IN STREAMS AND BEACHES OF LAKE ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA Devin McClain, David Janetski, Kevin Regan, Dakotah Shaffer, Jeffery Larkin, Nicholas Christensen, Jeffery Larkin, Paul Nealen, Vida Irani C07 Lentic Ecology
50 THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN HIGH CHLOROPHYLL CONCENTRATIONS AND PHYTOPLANKTON BIOMASS UNDER LAKE ICE. Emily Whitaker, Hilary Dugan, Thomas Shannon C07 Lentic Ecology
51 URBAN PONDS: THE LINK BETWEEN TYPES OF AQUATIC VEGETATION AND ODONATE BIODIVERSITY Gillian Graham, Marti Sanders C07 Lentic Ecology
52 ANTHROPOGENIC LITTER ON CHICAGO BEACHES RAUL LAZCANO, LAUREN WISBROCK, ANNA VINCENT, TIMOTHY HOELLEIN Raul Lazcano C08 Urban Ecology
53 EXPERIMENTALLY TESTING THE QUALITY OF GOLF COURSE LENTIC ECOSYSTEMS: A MESOCOSM APPROACH Courtney Carmack, Joseph Milanovich, Michael Vosburgh, Isabella Lentini, Martin Berg C08 Urban Ecology
54 FUNGICIDE (AZOXYSTROBIN) HAS VARIABLE EFFECTS ON AMERICAN TOAD AND LEOPARD FROG FITNESS: A MESOCOSM APPROACH Michael Vosburgh, Michael Vosburgh, Isabella Lentini, Martin Berg C08 Urban Ecology
55 IMPACTS AND RESILIENCE IN THE SPOKANE RIVER, WA, USA Camille McNeely, Anwar Bushnaq, Carolyn Connelly, Larissa Delahunt C08 Urban Ecology
56 THE IMPORTANCE OF INTRASPECIFIC GENETIC DIVERSITY FOR FUNCTIONAL TRAITS OF SCHOENOPLECTUS AMERICANUS IN THE CONTEXT OF WETLAND ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION Rachel Chamberlain, Trisha Atwood, Audree Provard, Karin Kettenring C09 Wetland Ecology
57 MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY RESPONSES TO HYDROLOGICAL VARIATION IN EXPERIMENTAL WETLANDS. Sergio Andres Sabat-Bonilla, Checo Colón-Gaud C09 Wetland Ecology
58 MEASURING NUTRIENT DYNAMICS TO INFORM DEVELOPMENT OF SITE-SPECIFIC CRITERIA FOR WETLANDS Rachel Buck, Michelle Baker C09 Wetland Ecology
59 NITRATE DYNAMICS IN RESTORED RIPARIAN WETLANDS IN WESTERN KENTUCKY Karen Baumann, Howard Whiteman, Michael B. Flinn C09 Wetland Ecology
60 QUANTIFYING NET NUTRIENT MITIGATION POTENTIAL OF ESTABLISHING RICE CUTGRASS IN AGRICULTURAL DITCHES: NUTRIENT UPTAKE VERSUS RELEASE Sam Testa, Jason M. Taylor, Matt Moore C09 Wetland Ecology
61 REPETITIVE DISAPPEARANCE OF AQUATIC HABITAT IN A TEMPORARY WETLAND ECOSYSTEM: HOW DO ORGANISMS COPE? Chantelle Wernecke, Brian O'Neill C09 Wetland Ecology
62 A NOVEL METHOD OF MEASURING STREAM N CYCLING USING 15NH4+ IN RECIRCULATING CHAMBERS: EXAMINING THE EFFECTS OF DROUGHT ON BENTHIC N DYNAMICS James Guinnip, Walter Dodds, Molly Fisher C10 Biogeochemistry
63 CONTROLS ON MICROBIAL PROCESSING OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER IN BOREAL FOREST STREAMS DRAINING WATERSHEDS UNDERLAIN WITH DISCONTINUOUS PERMAFROST Marie Schmidt, Jeremy Jones C10 Biogeochemistry
64 DEVELOPING STANDARD COLLECTION PROCEDURES FOR INTACT SEDIMENT CORE INCUBATIONS IN CONTINUOUS FLOW EXPERIMENTS Robert Brown, Justin Murdock, Jordan Evans C10 Biogeochemistry
65 ECOSYSTEM DRIVERS OF METABOLIC REGIMES ACROSS SEVERAL STREAMS IN THE MAUMEE RIVER WATERSHED. Nathan Manning, Laura Johnson, Jakob Boehler, Anna McNabb C10 Biogeochemistry
66 FACTORS LIMITING DENITRIFICATION RATES IN A HYPER-EUTROPHIC MIDWESTERN RESERVOIR AT THE SEDIMENT-WATER INTERFACE Ashley Mickens, Michael Vanni, Tanner Williamson C10 Biogeochemistry
67 FROM HILLSLOPES TO SURFACE WATERS: PATTERNS IN CO2 AND CH4 FLUXES FROM INTERMITTENT AND PERENNIAL WATERWAYS Sumaiya Rahman, Erin Hotchkiss C10 Biogeochemistry
68 GREENHOUSE GAS EBULLITION IN STREAMS OF VARYING WATERSHED LAND USE AND SEDIMENT COMPOSITION Bonnie Turek C10 Biogeochemistry
69 NUTRIENT LIMITATION OF NITROGEN FIXATION AND DENITRIFICATION RATES DETERMINED USING NUTRIENT DIFFUSING SUBSTRATES Katie Mazanec, Amy Marcarelli, Erin Eberhard, Kevin Nevorski C10 Biogeochemistry
70 PRIMARY CONTROLS ON NUTRIENT USE: ECOSYSTEM METABOLISM AND DISTURBANCE IN A SMALL HEADWATER STREAM, WESTERN MONTANA Kim Bray, H. Maurice Valett C10 Biogeochemistry
71 PROSPECTING FOR SUBMICRON METAL PARTICLES IN A MINE WASTE CONTAMINATED RIVER Kaitlin Perkins C10 Biogeochemistry
72 SPATIAL VARIATION IN WATER AND SEDIMENT PHOSPHORUS CHEMISTRY IN MILFORD LAKE Kynser Wahwahsuck, Amy Burgin, Emma Overstreet, Abagael Pruitt C10 Biogeochemistry
73 THE ROLE OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON AND OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS ON METHANE PROCESSES IN ICELANDIC LAKES Madaline Ritter, Bridget Deemer, Kristin Strock, Nicole Hayes C10 Biogeochemistry
74 WINTER UNDER-ICE PATTERNS OF GREENHOUSE GASES IN LAKES OF INTERIOR ALASKA Madeline O'Dwyer, David Butman, Mark Dornblaser, Robert Striegl, Catherine Kuhn, Matthew Bogard C10 Biogeochemistry
76 A COMPARISON OF FUNCTIONAL FEEDING GROUP METRICS IN AN URBANIZED WATERSHED USING BOTH NUMERIC AND BIOMASS DATA Rachel Neff, Mollie McIntosh, Sophie Racey C11 Community Ecology
77 A FUNCTIONAL ANALYSIS OF MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES WITHIN STREAMS OF THE MILL CREEK WATERSHED, CINCINNATI, OHIO Sophie Racey, Mollie McIntosh, Rachel Neff C11 Community Ecology
78 FUNCTIONAL TRAITS OF REGIONAL SPECIES POOLS INTERACT WITH MULTIPLE DISPERSAL PATHWAYS TO SHAPE REGIONAL BIODIVERSITY PATTERNS Ryan Conway, Kurt Anderson C11 Community Ecology
79 IDENTIFYING KEY STRESSORS OF ONTARIO LAKE FISH COMMUNITIES THROUGH MULTISPECIES SIZE-SPECTRUM MODELLING David Benoit, Donald Jackson, Cindy Chu, Henrique Giacomini C11 Community Ecology
80 QUANTIFYING CHANGES IN OLIGOCHAETA ASSEMBLAGES INFLUENCED BY PHOTIC ZONES IN NEOTROPICAL RESERVOIRS Guilherme Gorni, Juliano Corbi, Vanessa Colombo-Corbi, Douglas Girolli C11 Community Ecology
81 RESPONSE OF BENTHIC COMMUNITY STRUCTURE TO RESTORATION EFFORTS IN MAD RIVER WATERSHED Leslie Riley, Robert Verb, Crystal Scales, Alex Fields C11 Community Ecology
82 TROPHIC NICHE DIFFERENTIATION WITHIN FRESHWATER MUSSEL COMMUNITIES Brian van Ee, Carla Atkinson C11 Community Ecology
83 BLACK FLY (DIPTERA: SIMULIIDAE) PARASITE DISTRIBUTION IN WESTERN OHIO Mike Mendel, Peter Adler, Rhonda Mendel C12 Conservation Ecology
84 CONSERVATION ASSESSMENT OF ODONATA IN ILLINOIS Erika Bilger, John Crawford, Brittany Ousterhout C12 Conservation Ecology
85 INCORPORATING THE GENETIC LEVEL OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY INTO ASSESSMENTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE IMPACTS ON MOUNTAIN STREAMS Jacqueline Heckenhauer, Steffen Pauls S12 Climate Change in High-Gradient Mountain Streams
86 RANGE-WIDE DECLINES AND SPATIAL SYNCHRONY IN AMBER DARTER (PERCINA ANTESELLA) POPULATIONS IDENTIFIED WITH MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS Edward Stowe, Mary Freeman, Seth Wenger, Bud Freeman C12 Conservation Ecology
87 USING ENVIRONMENTAL DNA TO IDENTIFY HABITAT REQUIREMENTS AND RESTORATION OBJECTIVES FOR THE ENDANGERED FRESHWATER MUSSEL LASMIGONA DECORATA (BIVALVIA:UNIONIDAE) Benjamin Schmidt, Stephen Spear, Cathy Jachowski, Amelia Tomi C12 Conservation Ecology
88 HOW MUCH IS TOO MUCH? SYNTHESIZING SUBLETHAL EFFECTS OF PESTICIDES ON SENSITIVE AQUATIC INSECTS USING A META-ANALYTIC APPROACH Ariel Wooldridge, Kristofor Voss C13 Ecotoxicology
89 LABORATORY EVALUATION OF IMPACTS OF EXPOSURE CONCENTRATION AND DURATION ON SILVICULTURE HERBICIDE TOXICITY TO AQUATIC PLANTS (LEMNA GIBBA) Camille Flinders, William Arthurs, Joan Ikoma, Vickie Tatum C13 Ecotoxicology
90 LAKE MICHIGAN SPORT FISH AS RECIPIENTS OF PFAS – AN EMERGING CONTAMINANT IN THE GREAT LAKES Whitney Conard, Gary Lamberti, Graham Peaslee C13 Ecotoxicology
91 MICROPLASTIC PREVALENCE IN THE WATER, MACROINVERTEBRATES, AND TROUT OF THE KINNICKINNIC RIVER Claire Simmerman C13 Ecotoxicology
92 THE EFFECTS OF ACETAMINOPHEN ON CARASSIUS AURATUS FEEDING AND MOVEMENT Kayla Lavan, DANIEL ELIAS C13 Ecotoxicology
93 TOXICITY OF AN ORGANOPHOSPHATE PESTICIDE TO THREE HETEROTROPH SPECIES IN COSTA RICAN LOWLAND WET FOREST STREAMS Rebecca Prest, Carissa Ganong C13 Ecotoxicology
94 TRACE ELEMENT ACCUMULATION FROM COAL COMBUSTION WASTE CONTAMINATION DIFFERS AMONG AQUATIC INVERTIVORES IN A COASTAL PLAIN STREAM Dean Fletcher, Angela Lindell, Paul Stankus, Brooke Lindell, Christina Fulghum, J McArthur C13 Ecotoxicology
95 ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN HYDROGEOMORPHIC CHARACTERISTICS AND PRIMARY PRODUCER DISTRIBUTIONS IN THE UPPER CLARK FORK RIVER, MONTANA Carly Andlauer, H. Maurice Valett C14 Hydroecology
96 USING ENVIRONMENTAL DNA TO PREDICT SEA LAMPREY POPULATION SIZE James Kitchens, Roger Haro, KathiJo Jankowski, Richard Erickson, Molly Van Appledorn, Barbara Bennie, Douglas Baumann, Emily Morris C15 Population Ecology
97 CHANGES IN STREAM HABITAT QUALITY FOLLOWING CULVERT RESTORATIONS IN NORTHERN GREAT LAKES STREAMS Coleson Wrege, Sue Eggert C16 Restoration Ecology
98 EFFECTS OF STREAM SIMULATION DESIGN ROAD-STREAM CROSSINGS ON THE INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY IN A NORTHERN FORESTED STREAM Sue Eggert, Coleson Wrege C16 Restoration Ecology
99 GEOMORPHIC AND BIOLOGICAL RESPONSES TO BANK STABILIZATION AND RESTORATION OF AGRICULTURAL STREAM CHANNELS Matthew McTammany, Matthew Wilson, Michael Bilger, Jonathan Niles, Catherine Bille, Savannah Weaver, Christine Kehrli C16 Restoration Ecology
100 USING FUNCTIONAL TRAIT METRICS TO MONITOR SHORT-TERM CHANGES IN MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES FOLLOWING RESTORATION OF AGRICULTURALLY IMPAIRED STREAMS Catherine Bille, Matthew McTammany, Matthew Wilson, Michael Bilger, Jonathan Niles C16 Restoration Ecology
101 COMPARISONS AND ANALYSES OF DIFFERENT SAMPLING TYPES FOR REGULATORY PROTOCOLS IN MULTIPLE WESTERN STATES Jennifer Shanteau, Jeniffer Lynch, Kimberly Gerlock, Jamie Carmon C17 Bioassessment
102 EXPANDING THE GEOGRAPHIC COVERAGE OF THE CANADIAN AQUATIC BIOMONITORING NETWORK Cari-Lyn Epp C17 Bioassessment
103 HIGH-THROUGHPUT ENVIRONMENTAL DNA ANALYSIS INFORMS BIOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT OF AN URBAN STREAM Mark Bagley, Erik Pilgrim, Aabir Banerji, Martin Knapp, Chris Yoder, Jorge Santo Domingo C17 Bioassessment
104 HOW DO FINE SEDIMENTS AND HANGMAN CREEK DISCHARGE AFFECT BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES IN THE SPOKANE RIVER? Anwar Bushnaq C17 Bioassessment
105 STREAM ALGAL BIOMASS ACROSS A GRADIENT OF AGRICULTURE AND UNCONVENTIONAL NATURAL GAS WELLS Zachary Tipton, Lucy Baker, Michelle Evans-White, Sally Entrekin C17 Bioassessment
106 ALPHA AND BETA DIVERSITY OF ZOOPLANKTON ASSOCIATED TO TROPICAL LOG JAMS Yesica Velasques-Duque, Silvia Villabona-González, Hilda Palacio C18 Biodiversity
107 AQUATIC MACROINVERTEBRATES FROM HIDROLOGICAL SYSTEM IN A NATURAL PROTECTED AREA IN CENTRAL MEXICO Axel Eduardo Rico Sánchez, Alexis Joseph Rodríguez Romero, Eugenia López López, Jacinto Elías Sedeño Días C18 Biodiversity
108 ASSESSING AMPHIBIANS IN A CHANGING WORLD: COMPARING ENVIRONMENTAL VARIATION OF ARTIFICIAL PONDS TO NATURAL WETLANDS IN A WARMING EXPERIMENT Alexis Jackson, Meryl Mims, Meryl Mims, Elizabeth Shadle C20 Climate Change
110 PREDICTING CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS ON NEOTROPICAL STREAM PHYSICOCHEMISTRY: COMPARING IMPACTS OF PRECIPITATION REGIME AND TEMPERATURE VIA WAVELET ANALYSIS Carissa Ganong, Catherine Pringle, Thomas Barnum, John Duff C20 Climate Change
111 THERMAL ADAPTATION OF DRAGONFLY POPULATIONS MEDIATES TOP-DOWN EFFECT ON STREAM ECOSYSTEM PROCESSES IN A GLOBAL WARMING CONTEXT Eric Chauvet, Antoine Lecerf, François Guérold, Cristina Canhoto, Thibaut Rota C20 Climate Change
112 MAKING PUBLICALLY AVAILABLE DATA ACCESSIBLE FOR STUDENTS Sophia Bonjour, Nancy Grimm C21 Communicating Science
113 WESTERN STATES COORDINATED RESEARCH EFFORT: INCREASING COMMUNICATION AND COLLABORATION AMONG AQUATIC SCIENTISTS Robert Shields C21 Communicating Science
114 DOES ROAD-CULVERT CONSTRUCTION IN SUMMER PROTECT LOCAL WATER QUALITY IN SMALL STREAMS OF THE MUSKINGHAM RIVER BASIN? Patricia A. Saunders, Jenna Dolhi Binder, Alexis Flagg, Shelby Reutter C22 Disturbance
115 HOW DOES ARTIFICIAL LIGHTING AT NIGHT INFLUENCE STREAM ECOSYSTEM METABOLISM? Rebecca C. Novello, S. Mažeika P. Sullivan C22 Disturbance
116 DEVELOPING A NOVEL TECHNIQUE FOR RECONSTRUCTING HISTORIC LAKE TROPHIC STATES USING CALCIUM CARBONATE CO-PRECIPITATION WITH PHOSPHORUS Mark Devey, Janice Brahney C24 Eutrophication
117 WATER QUALITY IN NORTH AMERICAN LAKES: PARTITIONING MACRO- AND MICRO-SCALE ECOLOGICAL PROCESSES USING NON-STATIONARY SPATIAL MODELS Sarah Collins, Charlotte Narr, Pavel Chernyavskiy, Marie-Agnes Tellier C24 Eutrophication
118 DOES METHANE CONTRIBUTE SIGNIFICANT CARBON TO GREAT PLAINS RIVER FOOD WEBS? STABLE ISOTOPE EVIDENCE AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS Caleb J. Robbins, James H. Thorp, Jackob A. Lutchen C25 Food Webs
119 EFFECT OF DIET ON THE INTESTINAL MICROBIOME OF OMNIVOROUS RIVER CATFISH Emily Arsenault, James H. Thorp, Mark Pyron C25 Food Webs
120 ENVIRONMENTAL AND BIOTIC DRIVERS OF FOOD WEB STRUCTURE IN OHIO STREAMS Rebecca Czaja, S. Mažeika P. Sullivan, Kay C. Stefanik, Lauren M. Pintor C25 Food Webs
121 FOOD RESOURCES FOR BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES IN TWO GREAT PLAINS RIVERS: TESTING STREAM MORPHOLOGY INFLUENCE Jackob Lutchen, James H. Thorp, Caleb J. Robbins C25 Food Webs
122 REVERBERATING RESPONSES TO TROPHIC CASCADES ACROSS ECOSYSTEMS Jeremy Brooks, Colden Baxter, Dana Warren, William Ripple C25 Food Webs
123 TROPHIC STRUCTURE VARIATIONS OF FISH COMMUNITIES ACROSS PHYSICOCHEMICAL GRADIENTS IN THE SCIOTO RIVER, OHIO Carlos Cáceres, S. Mažeika P. Sullivan, Adam Kautza C25 Food Webs
124 COMPETITIVE INTERACTIONS BETWEEN THE NEW ZEALAND MUD SNAIL AND GRAZING AND NON-GRAZING MACROINVERTEBRATES Morgan Morin, Scott Tiegs, Jeremy Geist C26 Invasive Species
125 EFFECT OF LEAF-LITTER SPECIES ON THE POPULATION AND INDIVIDUAL GROWTH RATES OF NEW ZEALAND MUD SNAILS (POTAMOPYRGUS ANTIPODARUM) Emily Bovee, Scott Tiegs, Justine Lawson, Jeremy Geist C26 Invasive Species
126 EFFECTS OF DIDYMOSPHENIA ON LARVAL CHIRONOMID DIVERISITY AND FEEDING STRUCTURES Peter Blum, Justin Murdock, Matthew Green, Shea Tuberty C26 Invasive Species
127 FEEDING RATES AND PREY SELECTION OF THE INVASIVE ASIAN CLAM, CORBICULA FLUMINEA, ON MICROPLANKTON IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER, USA Benjamin Bolam, Stephen M. Bollens, Gretchen Rollwagen-Bollens C26 Invasive Species
128 FRESH INVASIONS: POPULATION GROWTH OF A RECENT INVADER, THE NEW ZEALAND MUD-SNAIL, AND THE EFFECTS ON NATIVE COMMUNITIES IN THE AU SABLE RIVER (MICHIGAN, USA) Jeremy Geist, Mark Luttenton, Scott Tiegs C26 Invasive Species
129 IS CARBON DIOXIDE AN EFFECTIVE DETERRENT AGAINST INVASIVE BIGHEAD AND SILVER CARP? AN ASSESSMENT OF BEHAVIOR AND MOVEMENT PATTERNS IN OUTDOOR PONDS Lauren Borland, Roger Haro, KathiJo Jankowski, Richard Erickson, Molly Van Appledorn, Barbara Bennie, Douglas Baumann, Collin Mulcahy C26 Invasive Species
130 LIVING ON THE EDGE: POPULATION DYNAMICS OF ZEBRA MUSSELS IN A TEXAS RESERVOIR Josi Robertson, Astrid Schwalb C26 Invasive Species
131 STREAM-RIPARIAN TROPHIC LINKAGE RESPONSE TO A RIPARIAN INVADER Kristen M. Diesburg, S. Mažeika P. Sullivan, David W.P. Manning C26 Invasive Species
132 THE INVASIVE NEW ZEALAND MUD SNAIL: AN ANALYSIS OF VELOCITY TOLERANCES Katharina Zimmermann, John Olson, Kelsey Trammell C26 Invasive Species
133 TREATING THE ALASKAN ELODEA INVASION WITH FLURIDONE MAY FURTHER ALTER WATER CHEMISTRY Natalie Levesque, Gary Lamberti, Theresa Tanner C26 Invasive Species
134 TROPHIC IMPACTS OF INVASIVE CRAYFISH IN ALABAMA WATERSHEDS HARBORING HIGH NATIVE CRAYFISH DIVERSITY Emma Arneson, Jonathan Benstead, Stuart McGregor C26 Invasive Species
135 A UNIVERSITY-COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP MODEL TO IMPROVE REGIONAL WATER QUALITY IN LAKE MICHIGAN WATERSHEDS Rebecca Abler, Richard Hein C27 Landuse and Non-Point Source Impacts
136 STREAM BIOFILM FUNCTION IMPACTED BY NUTRIENTS, BUT NOT VELOCITY, ASSOCIATED WITH SIMULATED STORM EVENTS Chris Lucas, Adam G. Yates, Nolan J.T. Pearce C27 Landuse and Non-Point Source Impacts
137 GROUNDWATER SEEPAGE AND LAKESHORE PRODUCTIVITY: A CASE STUDY AT ONEIDA LAKE, NY. Sol Lisboa C28 Land-Water Interfaces
138 NITROGEN BY HERBIVORY EXPERIMENT ON LAND ALTERS LITTER CHEMISTRY AND SUBSEQUENT IN-STREAM LITTER DECOMPOSITION Carri LeRoy, Shannon Claeson, Joy Ramstack Hobbs, Jordan Moffett, Logan Lancaster, Lauren Walker, John Bishop, Mailea Miller-Pierce C28 Land-Water Interfaces
139 A DAMSEL IN DISTRESS: CHARACTERIZNG THE EFFECTS OF THERMAL STRESS ON METABOLITES IN DAMSELFLIES Nicholas Bielski, Jessica Orlofske, Jason Kowalski C30 Molecular Ecology
140 DEVELOPMENT OF SPECIES-SPECIFIC PRIMERS FOR DETECTION OF CAVE CRAYFISH USING ENVIRONMENTAL DNA (eDNA) Nathaniel D. Sturm, Alexander D. Huryn, Kevin M. Kocot, Matthew L. Niemiller C30 Molecular Ecology
141 ASSESSING THE PATCH DYNAMICS OF ORGANIC MATTER DECOMPOSITION AND RESPIRATION USING COTTON STRIPS Devan Mathie, David Costello, Scott Tiegs C31 Organic Matter Processing
142 DECOMPOSITION AND MACROINVERTEBRATE COLONIZATION OF RIPARIAN LEAF SPECIES IN THE POMME DE TERRE RIVER Lillian Fulton, Jennifer Peterson, Tracey Anderson C31 Organic Matter Processing
143 TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF CONSUMPTION, GROWTH, AND RESPIRATION OF LARVAL CHIRONOMIDAE (DIPTERA) Kyle Madoni, Wyatt Cross, Jonathan Benstead C31 Organic Matter Processing
144 A COMPARISON OF REAERATION RATES OF EIGHT U.S. STREAMS IN DECIDUOUS FORESTS Elizabeth Johnston C32 Primary and Secondary Production
145 PREDICTING EFFECTS OF WARMING ON SECONDARY PRODUCTION IN STREAM FOOD WEBS WITH FIXED DETRITAL RESOURCE SUPPLY Phoenix Rogers, Jonathan Benstead, Amy Rosemond C32 Primary and Secondary Production
146 SEASONAL AND INTERANNUAL VARIABILITY IN METABOLISM ALONG AN ARIDLAND RIVER Betsy Summers, Rebecca Bixby, David Van Horn, Mark Stone, Laura Crossey, Justin Reale C32 Primary and Secondary Production
147 CHLOROPHYLL DISTRIBUTION IN LAKE KINNERET: FLUORESCENT LIDAR SENSING Sergey Pershin, Ilia Ostrovsky, Boris Katsnelson, Michael Grishin, Vasily Lednev C33 Remote Sensing
148 USING NEW MEASURES OF AQUATIC HABITAT TO ASSESS STREAM RESTORATION OUTCOMES Hayley Oakland, Stefanie Kroll, Matthew Baker C33 Remote Sensing
149 CONFIDENT TAXONOMY: USING BAYESIAN PROBABILITIES TO SUPPORT GENUS AND SPECIES LEVEL IDENTIFICATIONS BASED ON MORPHOLOGICAL TRAITS. Nicole Chapman, Jessica Orlofske, Nora Willkomm, Christopher Tyrrell C35 Systematics and Taxonomy
150 EVOLUTION OF SILK BIOSYNTHESIS AND ASSOCIATED BEHAVIOUR IN CADDISFLIES Jacqueline Heckenhauer, Steffen Pauls, Paul Frandsen, Deepak Kumar Gupta, Tilman Schell, Julio Schneider, Stefan Prost C35 Systematics and Taxonomy
151 PHARMACEUTICAL UPTAKE KINETICS IN RAINBOW TROUT FROM EAST CANYON CREEK, AN EFFLUENT-DOMINATED STREAM INFLUENCED BY SNOWMELT IN PARK CITY, UTAH, USA Jaylen Sims, Marco Franco, S. Rebekah Burket, Michael Luers, Bryan Brooks, Ramon Lavado, Lea Lovin, Kendall Scarlett, Ruud Steenbeek, Craig Aschcroft C36 Water Resource Management
152 DEVELOPMENT AND APPLICATION OF AUTOMATED CHANNEL EXTRACTION FROM LIDAR IN CHESAPEAKE BAY WATERSHEDS Matthew Baker, David Saavedra C39 Hydrology/Geomorphology
153 EFFECTS OF PARENT LITHOLOGY ON STREAM-GROUNDWATER EXCHANGE AND ORGANIC MATTER DECOMPOSITION IN HEADWATER STREAMS IN KYUSHU, JAPAN Tamao Kasahara, Peng Ruixin C39 Hydrology/Geomorphology
154 MODELING SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION IN SEDIMENT BALANCE IN THE SANTA CLARA RIVER BASIN, CALIFORNIA Jordan Gilbert, Andrew Wilcox C39 Hydrology/Geomorphology
155 PHYSICAL HABITAT VARIABILITY IN CIBOLO CREEK, TEXAS Brian Laub C39 Hydrology/Geomorphology
156 RELATIVE RAIN AND GROUNDWATER CONTRIBUTIONS TO STREAMFLOW ACROSS TWO FLOW REGIMES IN NORTHERN ARKANSAS Allyn Dodd, Michelle Evans-White, Erik Pollock, Samuel Dias, Brianna Hillebrand C39 Hydrology/Geomorphology
157 APPLYING ENVIRONMENTAL FLOW ANALYSIS TO UNDERSTAND DRY SEASON HYDROLOGY ON THE CARMEL RIVER Jessie Doyle, John Olson, Arev Markarian S01 The Environmental Flow and Water Management Nexus: Implementation Challenges, Strategies, and Outcomes of Environmental Flow Programs
158 COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF TREATMENT EFFICIENCY OF PPCPS IN WASTEWATER AND DRINKING WATER TREATMENT PLANT IN NORTHEASTERN OHIO Sayoni Dutta S01 The Environmental Flow and Water Management Nexus: Implementation Challenges, Strategies, and Outcomes of Environmental Flow Programs
159 DECONVOLVING HUMAN AND NATURAL CONTROLS ON STREAMFLOW: AN APPROACH THAT LEVERAGES COMPLEMENTARY DATASETS AND MODELS Kendra Kaiser, Alejandro Flores S01 The Environmental Flow and Water Management Nexus: Implementation Challenges, Strategies, and Outcomes of Environmental Flow Programs
160 DEVELOPMENT OF DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT OF NON-PERENNIAL RIVERS IN SOUTH AFRICA James Machingura S01 The Environmental Flow and Water Management Nexus: Implementation Challenges, Strategies, and Outcomes of Environmental Flow Programs
161 EVALUATING EFFECTS OF LOW STREAMFLOW ON BIOTA IN THE UPPER FLINT RIVER Laura Rack, Mary Freeman, Seth Wenger, Laura S. Craig, Ben Emanuel S01 The Environmental Flow and Water Management Nexus: Implementation Challenges, Strategies, and Outcomes of Environmental Flow Programs
162 MACRO- INVERTEBRATES STATUS OF OLUWA RIVER IN ONDO STATE, SOUTHWEST, NIGERIA. Francis Olaniyan, Alex Ugwumba S01 The Environmental Flow and Water Management Nexus: Implementation Challenges, Strategies, and Outcomes of Environmental Flow Programs
163 A RAPID FIELD ASSESSMENT METHOD TO IDENTIFY PERENNIAL, INTERMITTENT AND EPHEMERAL STREAMS OF THE ARID SOUTHWEST Julie Kelso, Raphael Mazor S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
164 ASSESSING PATTERNS IN TAXONOMIC STRUCTURE OF INVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGES IN NON-PERENNIAL RIVERS AND STREAMS IN THE ARID SOUTHWESTERN U.S. Andrew Caudillo, John Olson, Matthew Robinson S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
165 ASSESSING TEMPORARY STREAMS IN CALIFORNIA: ARE BRYOPHYTES STABLE INDICATORS OF DRY STREAM HEALTH? Megan Rodenbeck, John Olson, Matthew Robinson S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
166 CONTRIBUTION OF THE DISCONNECTED POOLS AS REFUGE AND CONSERVANCY IN IRES Isis Yelena Montes S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
167 CREATING A DRYNEES INDEX FOR NON-PERENNIAL RIVERS Emma Haines, John Olson S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
168 NUTRIENT EXPORT PATTERNS TO GROUNDWATER ACROSS LAND USE AND PRECIPITATION GRADIENTS Madison Foster, Amy Burgin, Terrance Loecke, Anatole Telegin, Benjamin Sikes S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
169 PARSING HYDROLOGIC AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL CONNECTIVITY IN A COMPLEX MONTANE FLOODPLAIN Alexander Brooks, Tim Covino S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
171 TRANSITION OF FLOW RECESSION TO RESUMPTION IN A MEDITERRANEAN INTERMITTENT RIVER Andy Banegas Medina S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
172 VARIATION IN NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS IN STREAMS ACROSS THE KANSAS PRECIPITATION GRADIENT Abagael Pruitt, Lydia Zeglin, Amy Burgin, Emma Overstreet, Janaye Hanschu, Samantha Thomas S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
173 VARIATION IN STREAM MICROBIOME ACROSS THE KANSAS PRECIPITATION AND LAND USE GRADIENTS Janaye Hanschu S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
174 WIND AND WATER TRANSPORT OF CARBON AND NUTRIENTS FOLLOWING WILDFIRE AT THE REYNOLDS CREEK CRITICAL ZONE OBSERVATORY Kathleen Lohse, Ruth MacNeille, Sarah Godsey, Kayla Glossner, Jennifer Pierce, Clay Roehner, Fred Pierson S02 Advancing Knowledge on Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Across Disciplines and Dimensions
175 EVALUATING CATCHMENT AND ATMOSPHERIC DRIVERS OF PHOSPHORUS INCREASES IN MOUNTAIN LAKES OF NORTHEASTERN UTAH Jessica Scholz S03 To Learn Your Water, Study Your Soils: The Role of Soil Health in Freshwaters
176 INFLUENCE OF EARTHWORMS (OLIGOCHAETA: SPARGANOPHILIDAE) ON DECOMPOSITION OF RIPARIAN LEAF LITTER Mac Callaham, Roberto Carrera-Martinez, Melanie Taylor, Lori Sutter, Daniel Markewitz S03 To Learn Your Water, Study Your Soils: The Role of Soil Health in Freshwaters
177 CHARACTERISTICS OF INVASIVE PLANTS IN STORMWATER PONDS James Sinclair, Basil Iannone, Allyson Holmes S04 Novel Stressors and Novel Ecosystems: Ecological Processes in Freshwaters of the Built Environment
178 CLIMATE STRESSORS AND THE TOLERANCE OF FRESHWATER INVERTEBRATES ALONG AN ELEVATIONAL GRADIENT Morgan Andrews S04 Novel Stressors and Novel Ecosystems: Ecological Processes in Freshwaters of the Built Environment
179 DISTRIBUTION OF ANTHROPOGENIC LITTER: MONITORING METHODS AND CONNECTIONS TO BIOTIC INDICATORS OF STREAM HEALTH Lauren Wisbrock, Timothy Hoellein, Shelly Moore S04 Novel Stressors and Novel Ecosystems: Ecological Processes in Freshwaters of the Built Environment
180 INFLUENCE OF RIPARIAN HABITAT ON TERRESTRIAL INVERTEBRATE INPUT INTO A SUB-ANTARCTIC MAGELLANIC REGION STREAM Taylor Gillum, Tamara Contador, Sabrina Moore, James Kennedy, Katherine Cline S04 Novel Stressors and Novel Ecosystems: Ecological Processes in Freshwaters of the Built Environment
181 LANDSCAPE PATTERNS DRIVE VARIABILITY IN WATER CHEMISTRY ACROSS SUB-TROPICAL URBAN STREAMS Emily Taylor, Alexander Reisinger S04 Novel Stressors and Novel Ecosystems: Ecological Processes in Freshwaters of the Built Environment
182 NUTRIENT SUBSIDIES RESULT IN LARGER BODY SIZE, NOT ALTERED STOICHIOMETRY Jeffrey A. Back S04 Novel Stressors and Novel Ecosystems: Ecological Processes in Freshwaters of the Built Environment
183 QUANTIFYING MECHANISMS DRIVING NUTRIENT DYNAMICS IN STORMWATER PONDS ACROSS AN AGE GRADIENT Steven Hohman, Alexander Reisinger, Ashley Smyth S04 Novel Stressors and Novel Ecosystems: Ecological Processes in Freshwaters of the Built Environment
184 QUANTIFYING POTENTIAL HUMAN EXPOSURE TO CYANOTOXINS FROM LETTUCE GROWN WITH CONTAMINATED WATER Austin Bartos S04 Novel Stressors and Novel Ecosystems: Ecological Processes in Freshwaters of the Built Environment
185 SPATIOTEMPORAL IMPLICATIONS OF URBAN STREETSIDE VEGETATION TO NUTRIENT AND CARBON LOADS IN STORMWATER Sophie Hill S04 Novel Stressors and Novel Ecosystems: Ecological Processes in Freshwaters of the Built Environment
186 CHANGES IN STREAM HABITAT QUALITY FOLLOWING CULVERT RESTORATION PROJECTS IN NORTHERN GREAT LAKES STREAMS Coleson Wrege S05 Accidental Ecosystems: Physical, Chemical, Biological, and Social Processes
187 RETHINKING FOUNDATION SPECIES IN A CHANGING WORLD: THE CASE FOR RHODODENDRON MAXIMUM AS AN EMERGING FOUNDATION SPECIES IN THE SOUTHERN APPALACHIANS Maura Dudley, Catherine Pringle, Mary Freeman, C. Rhett Jackson, Seth Wenger S05 Accidental Ecosystems: Physical, Chemical, Biological, and Social Processes
188 BIOLOGICAL AND ECOSYSTEM LEVEL CHANGES IN DAMMED HEADWATER STREAMS Brian Staley, Sally Entrekin, Danielle Braund, Margaret Young, Krishna Patel, Maureen McClung, Matt Moran S06 The River Continuum Concept: Perspectives for the Future in Translational Stream Ecology
189 DO STREAM INVERTEBRATE FUNCTIONAL FEEDING GROUPS REFLECT MACROSCALE VARIATION IN TERRESTRIAL VEGETATION? Adriana Diaz, Daniel McGarvey, Frank Dirrigl S06 The River Continuum Concept: Perspectives for the Future in Translational Stream Ecology
190 ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROLS ON DIDYMO BLOOM FORMATION Lindsay Capito S07 What Makes the Fever Rise: Investigations of Variables Responsible for Riverine Algal Blooms
191 ESTIMATING RIVER CHLOROPHYLL A CONCENTRATIONS FROM LANDSAT IMAGERY USING A MACHINE LEARNING APPROACH Nicholas Bruns, John Gardner, Jim Heffernan, Matthew Ross S07 What Makes the Fever Rise: Investigations of Variables Responsible for Riverine Algal Blooms
192 HOW DO MULTIPLE STRESSORS INFLUENCE RIVERINE ALGAL COMMUNITIES AND TOXIN PRODUCTION? Nayeli K. Sanchez, S. Mažeika P. Sullivan, Kay C. Stefanik, Lauren M. Pintor, Carlos Cáceres S07 What Makes the Fever Rise: Investigations of Variables Responsible for Riverine Algal Blooms
193 ARE FRESHWATER BENTHIC PERIPHYTON SODIUM AND CHLORIDE CONTENTS HOMEOSTATIC WHEN EXPOSED TO LOW-LEVEL INCREASES IN DISSOLVED SODIUM CHLORIDE? Samuel Dias, Michelle Evans-White, Sally Entrekin, Natalie Clay S09 Freshwater Salinization: Science for Solutions
194 USING REMOTE SENSING OF VEGETATION STRESS TO TRACK SALTWATER INTRUSION THROUGH HIGHLY CHANNELIZED COASTAL LANDSCAPES Emily Ury, Justin Wright, Emily Bernhardt S09 Freshwater Salinization: Science for Solutions
195 BEAVER ACTIVITY ALTERS ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION AND MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES IN A DEGRADED STREAM ECOSYSTEM Melody Feden, Howard Whiteman S10 Biogeomorphic Agents: Role of Organisms in Propagating Change in Fluvial Ecosystems
196 THE EFFECTS OF BEAVER DAMS ON BIOAVAILABLE DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON IN URBAN STREAMS Elizabeth Sudduth S10 Biogeomorphic Agents: Role of Organisms in Propagating Change in Fluvial Ecosystems
197 ASSESSING CHANGES IN STREAM FISH DISTRIBUTIONS IN THE HUBBARD BROOK WATERSHED AFTER 11 YEARS OF RECOVERY FROM ACID DEPOSITION Dana Warren, Emma Rosi, Emily Bernhardt, Keith Nislow, Kerry Yurewicz, John Magee S11 The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly News About Acidification in the 21st Century
198 INFLUENCES OF DISCHARGE, pH, AND DOC ON RARE EARTH ELEMENT CONCENTRATIONS DURING RECOVERY FROM ACID RAIN AT THE BEAR BROOK WATERSHED IN MAINE (BBWM) USA Stephen Norton, Sarah Nelson, Ivan Fernandez, Kaizad Patel S11 The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly News About Acidification in the 21st Century
199 MACROINVERTEBRATE RESPONSE DIVERSITY INCREASED IN ATMOSPHERICALLY ACIDIFIED STREAMS OVER A 26 YEAR PERIOD (1984-2009) Kelly McIntyre, Sally Entrekin, Kelly Maloney, Craig Snyder S11 The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly News About Acidification in the 21st Century
200 DIVERSE MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES ASSOCIATED WITH ICE, BIOFILMS, AND SEDIMENTS IN THE HIGH TETON RANGE Trinity Hamilton, Lusha Tronstad, Scott Hotaling, Lydia Zeglin, Debra Finn, Taylor Price S12 Climate Change in High-Gradient Mountain Streams
201 EFFECTS OF CATCHMENT AND LAND COVER ON WATER CHEMISTRY IN HIGH ELEVATION LAKES IN SIERRA NEVADA, CALIFORNIA Kelly Neal, Adrianne Smits, Steve Sadro S12 Climate Change in High-Gradient Mountain Streams
203 GUT CONTENT MASS VS. INDIVIDUAL BODY MASS: IS THERE A PREDICTABLE RELATIONSHIP IN PREDATORY STREAM FISHES? Vanessa Czeszynski, Daniel McGarvey S13 The Times they are a Changing - Linking Organismal Phenology and Metabolic Regimes in River Ecosystems
204 A SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF INFERENTIAL MODELLING TOOLS THAT USE BOTH DISSOLVED OXYGEN AND INORGANIC CARBON MEASUREMENTS TO ESTIMATE WHOLE-STREAM METABOLISM Elfrida Isaksen-Swensen, Robert Payn, Meryl Storb, Todd Schlotfeldt S14 Heterotrophic Regimes in Rivers: Technical and Conceptual Advances
205 NEW INSIGHTS INTO THE CO2 DYNAMICS OF STREAMS FROM NDIR SENSORS Brian Saccardi, William H. McDowell, Adam Wymore, Wilfred Wollheim S14 Heterotrophic Regimes in Rivers: Technical and Conceptual Advances
206 THE RESPIRATORY QUOTIENT OF RIVERS AND STREAMS Lily Kirk, Matthew Cohen S14 Heterotrophic Regimes in Rivers: Technical and Conceptual Advances
207 PROJECTED CHANGES IN SNOWMELT TIMING ARE POISED TO ALTER MACROINVERTEBRATE STRUCTURE IN SIERRA NEVADA STREAMS Kyle Leathers, Albert Ruhi S15 Towards a Predictive Understanding of Metacommunity Dynamics in Freshwater Ecosystems
208 BEAVERS TO BIRDS: THE INFLUENCE OF BEAVER RECOLONIZATION ON RIPARIAN BIRD COMMUNITIES Kelley Fritz, Howard Whiteman, Melanie Torres, Thomas Anderson, Morgan Geile, Ann Gilmore, Quintin Bergman, Jon Ames S16 Energy-Flow Food Webs: New Perspectives, Common Ground, and Knowledge Gaps
209 PHENOTYPES UNDERPIN CONTRASTING ECOLOGICAL IMPACT OF PREDATOR INDIVIDUALS Thibaut Rota, Antoine Lecerf, Eric Chauvet, Jérémy Jabiol, Sylvain Lamothe, Didier Lambrigot S16 Energy-Flow Food Webs: New Perspectives, Common Ground, and Knowledge Gaps
210 TEMPERATURE AND LEAF LITTER SPECIES AFFECT FLUXES TO MICROBES AND INSECTS. Alisyn Martinez, Steven Thomas, Alexander Flecker, Jane Marks, Benjamin Koch, Zasha Welsh S16 Energy-Flow Food Webs: New Perspectives, Common Ground, and Knowledge Gaps
211 USE OF ADULT ANURAN COMMUNITIES AND DIETS TO ASSESS THE EFFECTS OF STREAM RESTORATION ON AQUATIC TO TERRESTRIAL FOOD WEB SUBSIDIES Kelsey Bowe, Matt Whiles S16 Energy-Flow Food Webs: New Perspectives, Common Ground, and Knowledge Gaps
212 SOURCE-SPECIFIC DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON UPTAKE BY STREAM MICROBES Melissa Castillo, Erin Hotchkiss, Stephen Plont S17 Bridging the Lotic-Microbial Gap: Understanding Drivers of Microbial Diversity in Stream Ecosystems
213 TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL TRENDS IN MICROBIAL ABUNDANCE AND VIRAL COMMUNITY COMPOSITION IN A LOTIC ECOSYSTEM Abigail Davidson, Alexandra Payne, Kurt Williamson S17 Bridging the Lotic-Microbial Gap: Understanding Drivers of Microbial Diversity in Stream Ecosystems
214 IT’S A TRAP! AN EVALUATION OF 12 PASSIVE TRAP TYPES TO EFFECTIVELY CATCH AND CONTROL THE INVASIVE RED SWAMP CRAYFISH IN STREAMS OF THE SANTA MONICA MOUNTAINS Joseph Curti, Angela De Palma-Dow, C. Emi Fergus S18 Conservation and Management of Crayfish in Western North America
215 PREDICTING THE EFFECTS OF DENSITY-DEPENDENT RESOURCE LIMITATION ON BODY SIZE OF CRAYFISH POPULATIONS USING INDIVIDUAL-BASED MODELING Doreen Cabrera S18 Conservation and Management of Crayfish in Western North America
216 RED SWAMP IN THE REDWOODS: AN INTRODUCED POPULATION OF THE REDSWAMP CRAYFISH (PROCAMBARUS CLARKII) HAS ESTABLISHED IN SANTA CRUZ, CA. Schuyler McMahan, Nicholas Macias S18 Conservation and Management of Crayfish in Western North America
217 FORECASTING THE GLOBAL CONSERVATION STATUS OF FRESHWATER MUSSELS Caryn C. Vaughn, Thomas Parr, Noé Ferreira-Rodriguez S19 The Alliance for Freshwater Life – Fostering Multidisciplinary Freshwater Research on Local to Global Scales
218 A SNAIL OUT OF WATER: HITTING THE TARGET ON PRIMER OPTIMIZATION FOR APPLE SNAIL DETECTION Lauren Muskara, Romi Burks, Shellsea Miller, Madison Granier, Matthew Barnes S21 Beyond Bioassessment: Translating Biological Information for Environmental Problem Solving
219 CHARACTERIZING LOUISIANA WATERTHRUSH HABITAT IN AN AGRICULTURALLY DOMINATED LANDSCAPE Nicole Santoyo, Steven W. Hamilton S21 Beyond Bioassessment: Translating Biological Information for Environmental Problem Solving
220 EXPLORING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ALTERATIONS OF THE NATURAL FLOW REGIME DUE TO URBANIZATION AND BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATE BIODIVERSITY AND ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION Anthony Roux, Sandra Clinton, PhD S21 Beyond Bioassessment: Translating Biological Information for Environmental Problem Solving
221 PREDICTING THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION AND RICHNESS OF FISH ACROSS THE NORTH SLOPE OF ALASKA Arev Markarian, John Olson, Jessie Doyle S22 What Do Managers/Regulators Need to Know from Science to Support Protection/Restoration/Adaptation Decisions?
222 TO CONTROL OR NOT TO CONTROL: WHEN THE ECOLOGICAL COSTS OF MANAGEMENT-DRIVEN PHENOTYPIC CHANGES COUNTERBALANCE THE BENEFITS OF INVASIVE SPECIES REMOVAL Julien Cucherousset, Libor Zavorka, Iris Lang, Bastien Jorigne, Remy Lassus S22 What Do Managers/Regulators Need to Know from Science to Support Protection/Restoration/Adaptation Decisions?
223 THE WATERSHED LEARNING NETWORK: ENGAGING COMMUNITIES IN FRESHWATER SCIENCE THROUGH COMMUNITY-UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS AND SERVICE LEARNING Emily Monroe, Krista Capps, Rebecca Parsons, Yomi Noibi, Jenny Hoffner S23 Enhance Your Work Through Incorporation of Public Engagement
224 USING A SOCIAL MEDIA CAMPAIGN TO BOOST THE VISIBILITY OF ENDANGERED TOAD CONSERVATION Brittney Covington, Kristy Daniel, Gabrielle Payne, Jared Messick, Christopher Serenari S23 Enhance Your Work Through Incorporation of Public Engagement
225 CAN SOCIAL MEDIA AID IN PARK MANAGEMENT? DEVELOPING AND TESTING TOOLS TO COLLECT AND ANALYZE TWITTER AND FLICKR POSTS FOR WISCONSIN STATE PARKS Bradley Johnson, Chanae Ottley S24 Supporting Freshwater Policy and Decision Making in the Modern/Digital Age
226 PEDAGOGY IN THE BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES: A GRADUATE COURSE TO PREPARE FUTURE SCIENCE FACULTY Kaleb Heinrich S26 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Freshwater Science
227 DO COLLEGE STUDENTS CONSERVE WATER? Elizabeth P Anderson, Melissa Lau S28 Strengthening Interdisciplinary Approaches in Freshwater Science
228 POTENTIAL LINKS BETWEEN STREAM/RIVER HEALTH AND HUMAN HEALTH INDICATORS Felisha Walls, Daniel McGarvey S28 Strengthening Interdisciplinary Approaches in Freshwater Science