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SFS Annual Meeting

POSTER PRESENTATIONS (2018)

Poster Number Abstract Title Speaker(s) Session
1 SPATIAL VARIATION OF PERIPHYTON BETWEEN RESTORED AND UNRESTORED STREAM SEGMENTS Austin Morehouse, Robert Verb, Leslie Riley, Ken Oswald, Nao Hariguchi, Alex Wood, Evan Corteville C01 Algae
2 THE INFLUENCE OF GLACIAL ERRATICS AS A HABITAT MODIFIER FOR PERIPHYTON IN A LOW ORDER LOTIC SYSTEM Crystal Scales, Leslie Riley, Robert Verb, Zachary Bragg C01 Algae
3 TOXICITY OF THE NOVEL ANTIMICROBIAL AGENT BENZETHONIUM CHLORIDE TO STREAM BIOFILM Deven Korte, David Janetski C01 Algae
4 MULTI-MARKER METABARCODING ASSESSMENT OF BIODIVERSITY WITHIN STREAM BIOFILM COMMUNITIES ALONG AN ACID MINE DRAINAGE RECOVERY GRADIENT Morgan Vis, Daniel Wolf C01 Algae
5 PATTERNS IN POLYPHOSPHATE STORAGE ACROSS A GRADIENT OF PHOSPHOROUS ENRICHMENT Aaron Gordon-Weaver, Steven Rier, Corey Conville, Jennifer Tuomisto C01 Algae
6 COMPARATIVE ECOLOGY OF FRESHWATER FISH COMMUNITIES IN VINDHYA-SATPURA RIFT VALLEY AND HIMALAYAN FOOTHILLS IN INDIA Rubina Mondal, Anuradha Bhat C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
7 EFFECT OF SUSPENDED BENTONITE SEDIMENT ON FOUR SPECIES OF STREAM FISH (ETHEOSTOMA SPECTABILE, ETHEOSTOMA STIGMAEUM, NOTROPIS ATHERINOIDES, AND NOTURUS EXILIS) Madison Bowe, Shannon Brewer, Andy Miller C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
8 EFFECT OF HABITAT QUALITY ON ROUND GOBY (NEOGOBIUS MELANOSTOMUS) AND WHITE SUCKER (CATOSTOMUS COMMERSONII) IN STREAMS Robert Roose, Donna Kashian, Corey Krabbenhoft C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
9 THE DIET OF SUNFISH FORAGING IN THE MILFOIL BEDS OF THE MENOMINEE RIVER WATERSHED, MICHIGAN Mike Mendel, Rhonda Mendel, Jeff Niehaus, Jamie Krejsa C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
10 SEGREGATED HABITAT USE BY JUVENILE AND ADULT TROUT IN A FLOODPLAIN SPRINGBROOK Rachel Brinkley, Colden Baxter, James Paris C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
11 EFFECT OF ELEVATION IN ASSEMBLAGE FISH IN HIGH MOUNTAIN STREAMS, COLOMBIA Adriana Marcela Forero Céspedes, Francisco Antonio Villa Navarro C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
12 INVASION BY A NATIVE SPECIES: CONSEQUENCES FOR POPULATION DYNAMICS AND DIET OF A NON-NATIVE SPECIES. Jessica Rettig C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
13 ASSESSMENT OF TROPHIC INTERACTIONS AND DIETARY OVERLAP BETWEEN SMALLMOUTH BASS AND BROWN TROUT IN A PENNSYLVANIA STREAM Devin McClain, David Janetski, Eli Beal C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
14 DROUGHT EFFECTS ON ECOLOGICAL ENDPOINT CURVES IN A BIODIVERSITY HOTSPOT Corinthia Black, Eric Bauer, Brian Helms, David Werneke, Jon Armbruster C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
15 FUNCTIONAL AND GEOGRAPHIC COMPONENTS OF RISK AND RARITY FOR STREAM FISHES ACROSS THE UNITED STATES Jennifer Smith, Jason Dunham, Meryl Mims, Steffany Yamada, Abigail Benson C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
16 QUANTIFYING BIOTIC AND ABIOTIC HABITAT FEATURES TO GUIDE REPATRIATION OF SOUTHWESTERN NATIVE FISHES Jack Torresdal, Jane Marks, Benjamin Koch, Rebecca Fritz C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
17 ASSESSING THE UTILITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL DNA IN PREDICTING THE DISTRIBUTION OF ALASKAN FISH SPECIES James Eddings, Charles Hawkins, John Olson, Emily Campbell, Torrey Rodgers, Karen Mock C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
18 VARIABILITY OF TRACE-ELEMENT ACCUMULATION AMONG INVERTIVOROUS FISHES FROM A COASTAL PLAIN STREAM CONTAMINATED BY COAL COMBUSTION WASTE Brooke Lindell C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
19 FISH COMMUNITY ASSEMBLAGES IN THE OZARKS OF SOUTHERN MISSOURI Stephanie Sickler, Sean Maher C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
20 SUSTAINABLE FRESHWATER RECREATIONAL FISHERY WITHOUT SUPPLEMENTAL STOCKING FARMED FISH IN JAPAN Yoshinori Taniguchi, Yuya Nagasaki C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
21 EFFECTS OF EXPERIMENTAL COVERING AND RESTORATION OF RIPARIAN GRASS ON TERRESTRIAL INVERTEBRATES SUPPLY AND AQUATIC ANIMAL COMMUNITIES Tsubasa Hamashima, Yoshinori Taniguchi C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
22 EXTREME PARENTING: OXIDATIVE STRESS AS A MEDIATOR OF THE TRADEOFF BETWEEN PARENTAL CARE AND FUTURE REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS IN A MOUTHBROODING CICHLID FISH Jacob Sawecki, Peter Dijkstra, Emily Miros C02 Fish and Other Aquatic Vertebrates
23 SUMMARY OF INSECT EMERGENCE FROM FINDLEY LAKE IN THE CONIFEROUS FOREST OF THE CASCADE MOUNTAINS, USA Truman Sherk, Greg Rau C03 Invertebrates
24 COMPOSITION AND DIVERSITY OF MACROINVERTEBRATES OF A TROPICAL RESERVOIR, SOUTHWESTERN NIGERIA Adedolapo Ayoade, Olajumoke Nathaniel C03 Invertebrates
25 LEGACY EFFECTS OF ABANDONED ECOSYSTEM ENGINEERING STRUCTURES ON STREAM HYDRAULICS Zachary Maguire C03 Invertebrates
26 ESTIMATES OF NON-TANYPODINAE CHIRONOMID PRODUCTION IN THREE NEOTROPICAL HEADWATER STREAMS IN THE BRAZILIAN SAVANNA José Mello, Matt Whiles, Juliano Corbi, Daniel Abrahão C03 Invertebrates
27 COMPARISONS OF ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITIES ACROSS GOLF COURSE AND FOREST PRESERVE LENTIC ECOSYSTEMS Sarah Crites, Martin B. Berg, Jennifer Piacente, Joseph Milanoivch, Joseph Milanovich C03 Invertebrates
28 COMPARISON OF MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES ACROSS GOLF COURSE AND FOREST PRESERVE LENTIC ECOSYSTEMS Isabella Lentini, Martin B. Berg, Jennifer Piacente, Joseph Milanoivch, Joseph Milanovich C03 Invertebrates
29 EFFECT OF SALINITY ON THE HATCHING OF BRANCHINECTA LINDAHLI PACKARD, 1883. Nayla Rhein, Fredric Govedich, Bonnie Bain C03 Invertebrates
30 AQUATIC INSECT EMERGENCE PRODUCTION FROM HYDROLOGICALLY ALTERED SECTIONS OF A LOW GRADIENT MIDWESTERN RIVER Katie Heiden, Matt Whiles C03 Invertebrates
31 DISTRIBUTIONAL DECLINES OF TWO CRAYFISHES ENDEMIC TO THE WESTERN UNITED STATES DOCUMENTED BY COMPARING SPECIES DISTRIBUTION MODELING TO FIELD SAMPLING Rachel Egly, Eric Larson C03 Invertebrates
32 USING SECOND-GENERATION SEQUENCING TO INVESTIGATE ANTHROPOGENIC IMPACTS OF NYS RESERVOIRS Emily Berezowski, Jeffrey Heilveil C03 Invertebrates
33 THE IMPACT OF WOODY DEBRIS ON INTERMITTENT HEADWATER STREAMS Gabrielle Russell C03 Invertebrates
34 A BENTHIC INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT FOR LAKE OF THE WOODS. Tana McDaniel, Timothy Pascoe C03 Invertebrates
35 STORM RETENTION PONDS; AN IMPORTANT SOURCE OF AQUATIC INVERTEBRATE BIODIVERSITY IN A SEMI-ARID URBAN LANDSCAPE Sabrina Moore, James Kennedy C03 Invertebrates
36 TRICHOPTERANS AS BIOMONITORS OF TRACE AND HEAVY METALS IN NORTHEASTERN OHIO URBAN STREAMS Sean Nussle, David Costello C03 Invertebrates
37 TEMPORAL VARIATION OF ECTOSYMBIONTS ON RUSTY CRAYFISH (ORCONECTES RUSTICUS) IN A HEADWATER STREAM IN WEST CENTRAL OHIO Lauren Govekar, Leslie Riley, Robert Verb, Heather Lochotzki, Connor Ney C03 Invertebrates
38 LEECHES (HIRUDINIDA) OF THE NORTH CENTRAL UNITED STATES Fredric Govedich, Bonnie Bain C03 Invertebrates
39 COMPARING THERMAL TOLERANCES OF TROPICAL AND TEMPERATE ZONE AQUATIC INSECTS Rebecca Prest, Carissa Ganong, Ben Allen C03 Invertebrates
40 AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF NEOPHYLAX RICKERI CASES AND LARVAE Jessica Garcia C03 Invertebrates
41 STREAM BIOASSESSMENT IN THE CLAY-PLAIN REGION OF SOUTHWESTERN ONTARIO- OPTIMIZING SAMPLING AND LABORATORY ASSESSMENT METHODS Alyssa Frazao, Jan Ciborowski, Katie Stammler C03 Invertebrates
42 FLOOD SCOURING AND MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY ASSEMBLY PROCESSES IN COSTA RICAN HEADWATER STREAMS EmmaLeigh Given, Ferenc de Szalay, Savannah Justus, Oscar Rocha C03 Invertebrates
44 COMPARING SPECIES RICHNESS AND TAXONOMIC DIVERSITY OF AQUATIC INVERTEBRATES IN RESTORED AND NATURALIZED AGRICULTURAL DITCHES Anna-Sophie Hoppe, Jennifer L. Tank, Matt T. Trentman, Edward Lopez C03 Invertebrates
45 NEOPHYLAX RICKERI CASE AND LARVAE MEASUREMENTS USED TO OBSERVE CASE BUILDING STRATEGIES WITHIN ONE STREAM Jessica Garcia, Patina Mendez C03 Invertebrates
46 MAPPING THE CURRENT RANGE OF SPECIES IN THE GENUS MACROBRACHIUM ACROSS TEXAS Alexander Solis, Christopher Patrick C03 Invertebrates
47 QUANTIFYING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN TAILWATER MACROINVERTEBRATE DIVERSITY AND SECONDARY PRODUCTION Matt Schroer, Scott Miller C03 Invertebrates
48 TOLERANCE TO PH DECLINES OF MACROINVERTEBRATES FROM SEASONALLY ACIDIFIED TROPICAL STREAMS Carissa Ganong, Catherine Pringle, Minor Hidalgo C03 Invertebrates
49 THE IMPACT OF A JULY 2017 FLOOD EVENT ON BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATES IN TRIBUTARIES AT THE HUBBARD BROOK EXPERIMENTAL FOREST Kerry Yurewicz C03 Invertebrates
50 VARIABILITY IN REPLICATE BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATE SAMPLES Kimberly Gerlock, Jeniffer Lynch, Craig Wolf, Jamie Carmon C03 Invertebrates
51 LOCAL EFFECTS OF WOOD-ADDITION ON STREAM MACROINVERTEBRATES IN GUNN CREEK, OREGON, USA. TeLa Branstetter, Ivan Arismendi, William Gerth C03 Invertebrates
52 ANNUAL THERMAL PARTITIONING IN CHIRONOMID EMERGENCE FROM AN URBAN TROUT STREAM Corrie Nyquist, Leonard Ferrington, Jr. C03 Invertebrates
53 DISCOVERING THE MUSSEL BED MICROBIOME Edward Higgins, Thomas Parr, Caryn Vaughn C04 Microbial Ecology
54 PYGANODON GRANDIS DOMINATES MUSSEL ASSEMBLAGES IN NORTHERN PRAIRIE POTHOLE LAKES AND RESERVOIRS Katherine M. Wollman, Nels H. Troelstrup, Jr. C05 Unionid Ecology
55 DETERMINING THRESHOLD ELEMENTAL RATIOS (C:P) OF THE ALABAMA RAINBOW MUSSEL (VILLOSA NEBULOSA) USING GROWTH OBSERVATIONS Monica M. Winebarger C05 Unionid Ecology
56 STABLE ISOTOPE ANALYSIS OF THE FOOD WEB ECOLOGY OF ENDEMIC FRESHWATER MUSSELS (UNIONIDAE) IN CENTRAL TEXAS Kaelyn Fogelman C05 Unionid Ecology
57 EFFECTS OF THERMAL STRESS AND HYPOXIA ON METABOLIC PATTERNS OF TWO CANDIDATE MUSSEL SPECIES FROM CENTRAL TEXAS Austin Haney, Brian Helms, James Stoeckel C05 Unionid Ecology
58 USING PONDS AND RESERVOIRS AS “GROW OUT” FACILITIES FOR FRESHWATER MUSSEL (UNIONIDAE) RESTORATION IN THE DELAWARE RIVER WATERSHED Christopher Vito, Roger Thomas, Danielle Kreeger, Lance Butler, Kurt Cheng, Kathryn Longwill C05 Unionid Ecology
59 A COMPARISON OF THREE COMMON BENTHIC SAMPLING METHODS AND THEIR EFFICACY FOR COMMUNITY ANALYSES IN AN IMPOUNDED RIVER SYSTEM Sarah Hindle, Ryan Reihart, Camille McNeely, Andy Miller C06 Large River Ecology
60 RANGIA CUNEATA IN THE LOWER NECHES RIVER, REVISITED: THE EFFECT OF A PERMANENT SALTWATER BARRIER ON A BRACKISH INDICATOR SPECIES Matthew Pyne, Ana Christensen C06 Large River Ecology
61 CYANOBACTERIAL BLOOMS IN OLIGOTROPHIC LAKE SUNAPEE, NH, AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR LAKE PHOSPHORUS CYCLES Kathryn Cottingham, Kathleen Weathers, Holly Ewing, Nicole Ward, Bethel Steele, Cayelan Carey C07 Lentic Ecology
62 STRESS RESPONSE OF A COMMON FISH TO CHANGING URBAN STREAM TEMPERATURES Levon Bajakian, S. Mazeika P. Sullivan, Daniel Symonds C08 Urban Ecology
63 THE ABUNDANCE AND SIZE DISTRIBUTION OF LAKES AND PONDS IN CENTRAL VIRGINIA Jonathan Milisci, Kenneth Fortino C08 Urban Ecology
64 NUTRIENT FLUX AND URBANIZATION IN LOW GRADIENT BAYOU SYSTEMS Danielle Braund, Sally Entrekin, Stephanie Stoughton C08 Urban Ecology
65 PREDATOR - PREY INTERACTIONS OF WATER MITES FROM THE LAURENTIAN GREAT LAKES ARE REVEALED BY NEXT GENERATION SEQUENCING, CLASSIC TAXONOMY, AND DNA BARCODING Adrian Vasquez, Jeffrey Ram, Katherine Gurdziel, Patrick Hudson, Divya Yerramsetty C08 Urban Ecology
66 EFFECT OF ROAD SALT APPLICATION ON SEASONAL WATER CHEMISTRY IN SOUTH-CENTRAL INDIANA STREAMS Anna M. Starks, Todd V. Royer C08 Urban Ecology
67 THE EFFECTS OF BEAVER DAMS ON CONDUCTIVITY IN URBAN STREAMS Elizabeth Sudduth, Logan Williams C08 Urban Ecology
68 URBAN STREAMS IN PUERTO RICO: EFFECT OF CHANNELIZATION ON HABITAT CONDITION AND DIVERSITY OF AQUATIC MACROINVERTEBRATES Natalia Rodriguez-Ortiz, Alonso Ramirez C08 Urban Ecology
69 COMPARISONS OF STOICHIOMETRY IN THE MOSQUITO AEDES ALBOPICTUS ACROSS URBAN-RURAL GRADIENTS IN SOUTHERN MISSISSIPPI Catherine Dean, Wendy Varnado, Nicole Mackey, Donald Yee C08 Urban Ecology
70 SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL HETEROGENEITY IN ORGANIC CARBON WITHIN A SEMI-ARID URBAN STREAM Sophie Hill C08 Urban Ecology
71 URBAN PONDS: AN EXCELLENT RESOURCE FOR DRAGONFLY DIVERSITY.AND CONSERVATION. Gillian Graham, James Kennedy, Sabrina Moore, Karina Barbosa C08 Urban Ecology
72 TRIOPS INTERACTIONS: DRIVERS AND FEEDBACKS IN PLAYA LAKE COMMUNITIES Mitchell Van Dyke, Brian O'Neill C09 Wetland Ecology
74 EVALUATING MECHANISTIC COMPONENTS OF INVERTEBRATE PRODUCTIVITY TO ASSESS POTENTIAL IMPACTS OF CLIMATE CHANGE ON WETLANDS OF THE ARCTIC COASTAL PLAIN Kirsty Gurney, Mark Wipfli, Joshua Koch, Joel Schmutz, Joshua Schmidt C09 Wetland Ecology
75 MIGRATORY HABITS OF MACROINVERTEBRATES IN EPHEMERAL PLAYAS IN COLORADO Marisa Vargas, Brian O'Neill C09 Wetland Ecology
76 THE EFFECTS OF FLOODING ON THE GROWTH OF BALD CYPRESS IN FRESHWATER RESTORED WETLANDS. Eleazer Reyna Ocampo, Matthew Stillwagon, Marcelo Ardon C09 Wetland Ecology
77 MILLPONDS AND MALARIA IN THE NEW WORLD - A CLOSER LOOK AT BENJAMIN RUSH'S CLAIMS Agueda Rodriguez, Samuel Wells, Spencer Wells C09 Wetland Ecology
78 THE EFFECTS OF BEAVER ACTIVITY ON AMMONIUM AND NITRATE IN URBAN STREAM WATERS Tiandra Manns, Elizabeth Sudduth, Thomas Gluick C09 Wetland Ecology
79 DRAGONFLY AND DAMSELFLY (ODONATA) BIODIVERSITY IN INTERDUNAL WETLANDS AT SAUGATUCK HARBOR NATURAL AREA, MICHIGAN Devon Volz, Tiffany Schriever C09 Wetland Ecology
80 VARIATIONS IN BAT ACTIVITY LINKED WITH RIPARIAN ECOSYSTEM FACTORS John Woloschuk, Kevin McCluney C09 Wetland Ecology
81 DROUGHT, FLOODING, AND FIRE: WETLAND RESPONSES TO CLIMATE CHANGE PREDICTED SCENARIOS Angela Shaffer, Checo Colon-Gaud C09 Wetland Ecology
82 LINKING WATER DEPTH TO DENITRIFICATION IN SHALLOW AGRICULTURAL LAKES Jordan Evans, Justin Murdock C10 Biogeochemistry
83 DYNAMIC HETEROGENEITY OF GREENHOUSE GASES IN STREAMS Morgan Gallagher, Erin Hotchkiss C10 Biogeochemistry
84 EXPLORING HOW CARBON SOURCE AND REACTIVITY AFFECT THE FATE OF NITRATE AT THE SEDIMENT-WATER INTERFACE Tyler Hampton, Jay Zarnetske, Joseph Lee-Cullin, Rachel Geiger C10 Biogeochemistry
85 LINKING ENERGY FLOW AND NUTRIENT CYCLING IN STREAMS Stephen Plont, Erin Hotchkiss, Morgan Gallagher, Brynn ODonnell C10 Biogeochemistry
86 LONG-TERM TRENDS IN WATER CHEMISTRY IN GEOTHERMALLY-MODIFIED GROUNDWATER INFLUENCED LOWLAND TROPICAL STREAMS Nick Marzolf, Catherine Pringle, Alonso Ramirez, Marcelo Ardon C10 Biogeochemistry
87 BIOAVAILABLE PHOSPHORUS IN PULP AND PAPER MILL EFFLUENTS: FINDINGS FROM ALGAL GROWTH ASSAYS FOR IMPROVED WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT TARGETS Camille Flinders, Jim Palumbo C10 Biogeochemistry
88 WETLAND INFLUENCES ON A CONTAMINATED RIVER: DYNAMICS OF BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSING DOMAINS Patrick Hurley, Marc Peipoch, H. Maurice Valett C10 Biogeochemistry
89 LOW BIOREACTIVITY OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC CARBON FROM STREAM FLOCCULENT ORGANIC MATTER Rachel Geiger, Jay Zarnetske, Joseph Lee-Cullin, Tyler Hampton C10 Biogeochemistry
90 INVERTEBRATE ACTIVITIES IN WETLAND SEDIMENTS INFLUENCE OXYGEN AND NUTRIENT DYNAMICS AT THE SEDIMENT-WATER INTERFACE Taylor Michael, David Costello, Lauren Kinsman-Costello, Andrea Fitzgibbon C10 Biogeochemistry
91 RESPONSES OF SILICA STOICHIOMETRY TO HYDROLOGIC AND VEGETATION CHANGES Lienne Sethna, Shannon Speir, Todd V. Royer, Jennifer L. Tank, Matt T. Trentman C10 Biogeochemistry
92 STREAMPULSE: LARGE-SCALE COLLABORATIVE MONITORING OF STREAMS' VITAL RHYTHMS Emily Bernhardt, Emily Stanley, Matthew Cohen, William H. McDowell, Jim Heffernan, Robert Hall, Jordan Read, Brian McGlynn, Nancy Grimm, Ashley Helton, Michael Vlah C10 Biogeochemistry
93 BURPING WETLANDS: QUANTIFYING GREENHOUSE GAS EBULLITION RATES ACROSS A RANGE OF SEDIMENT ORGANIC MATTER CONTENT, WATER TEMPERATURE, AND LAND USE Jannice Newson C10 Biogeochemistry
94 WINTER DENITRIFICATION POTENTIAL IN RESPONSE TO NITROGEN ADDITIONS TO THE KANSAS RIVER Cay Thompson, Amy Burgin, Michelle Kelly, Emma Overstreet, Terrance Loecke C10 Biogeochemistry
95 TO MODEL OR TO MEASURE: THE CHALLENGES OF CONSTRAINING GAS EVASION ESTIMATES FOR ACCURATE ESTIMATION OF WHOLE-STREAM METABOLISM Alice Carter, Jim Heffernan, Emily Bernhardt, Amber Ulseth, Lauren Koenig C10 Biogeochemistry
96 SEASONAL TRENDS IN ROAD SALT RUNOFF IN SEMI-URBAN CONSTRUCTED WETLANDS Riley Weatherholt C10 Biogeochemistry
97 TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF STREAM ECOSYSTEM METABOLISM WITHIN A DRIFTLESS AREA STREAM, WISCONSIN, USA Phoenix Rogers C10 Biogeochemistry
98 A TEN YEAR RECORD OF NITRATE RETENTION IN A WISCONSIN STREAM: TEMPORAL VARIATION AT MULTIPLE SCALES Robert Stelzer, Thomas Parr C10 Biogeochemistry
99 QUANTIFYING DENITRIFICATION IN ARIZONA STREAMS Corey Caulkins, Nancy Grimm, Monica Palta C10 Biogeochemistry
100 SPATIAL VARIATION IN PERIPHYTON AND MACROINVERTEBRATE VERNAL POOL COMMUNITIES AT THE TIDD-OAKES FARM (HARDIN COUNTY, OHIO) Olivia Keserich, Leslie Riley, Robert Verb, Kelsey Weidner C11 Community Ecology
101 FISH AND INVERTEBRATE SIZE-SPECTRA IN EASTERN U.S. STREAMS: SEARCHING FOR A LATITUDINAL GRADIENT IN LOTIC SIZE STRUCTURE Serena Moncion, Daniel McGarvey, Daijona Revell, Raquel Wetzell, Felisha Walls C11 Community Ecology
102 THE EFFECTS OF SEASONALITY AND TWO-STAGE DITCH MORPHOLOGY ON BENTHIC COMMUNITY STRUCTURE WITHIN THE BLANCHARD RIVER WATERSHED Colin Light, Leslie Riley, Robert Verb, Janet Deardorff, Chad Carroll, Connor Ney, Lauren Govekar C11 Community Ecology
103 PRECIPITATION RESTRICTS FISH AND MACROINVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGES Sean Kinard, Christopher Patrick, Fernando Carvallo C11 Community Ecology
104 EFFECTS OF INVASIVE PLANTS ON RIPARIAN INSECT COMMUNITIES AND PREY SUBSIDIES TO STREAMS Elias Lopez C11 Community Ecology
105 IDENTIFICATION OF TAXONOMIC AND FUNCTIONAL ICHTHYOFAUNAL ZONES WITHIN THE JAMES RIVER BASIN, VIRGINIA Joseph Noel, Daniel McGarvey C11 Community Ecology
106 ANALYSIS OF AQUATIC COMMUNITY STRUCTURE NEAR A LOWHEAD DAM Robert Verb, Leslie Riley, Rody Seballos C11 Community Ecology
107 MONTHLY DIFFERENCES IN DIEL PATTERNS OF CRUSTACEAN AND DIPTERAN ZOOPLANKTON EXPORT FROM A POLYMICTIC RESERVOIR Nathan Ruhl, Desiree' Haban, Courtney Richmond, Michael Grove, Guy Leland C11 Community Ecology
108 SPATIOTEMPORAL VARIATION IN ZOOPLANKTON COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND EXPORT FROM A POLYMICTIC RESERVOIR Nathan Ruhl, Courtney Richmond, Michael Grove, O'Neil Chase, Caitlyn Czajkowski C11 Community Ecology
109 ANALYSIS OF TRAIT-ENVIRONMENT RELATIONSHIPS ALONG A FOREST-URBAN GRADIENT Sarah Lee, Dean Urban, Elizabeth Sudduth, Brooke Hassett, Christy Violin, Emily Bernhardt, Kayleigh Somers C11 Community Ecology
110 STREAM MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES FROM AN URBANIZED WATERSHED: A MULTI-YEAR STRUCTURAL AND FUNCTIONAL ASSESSMENT Mollie McIntosh, Sophie Racey C11 Community Ecology
111 POPULATION DEMOGRAPHY OF LEPTOXIS AMPLA (COENOGASTROPODA: PLEUROCERIDAE), A THREATENED SPECIES IN THE CAHABA RIVER BASIN, ALABAMA, USA Daniel Wicker, Brian Helms, Lori Tolley-Jordan C12 Conservation Ecology
112 PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSE OF NATIVE UNIONID MUSSELS TO ZEBRA MUSSEL INVASION Vincent Butitta, Emily Stanley C12 Conservation Ecology
114 EFFECTS OF SUBLETHAL NAPHTHENIC ACID EXPOSURE ON THE METABOLOME OF HEXAGENIA SPP. Sarah McKenzie, Robert B. Brua, Adam G. Yates C13 Ecotoxicology
115 BIOACCUMULATION DYNAMICS AND TRANSFER OF URANIUM ACROSS METAMORPHOSIS IN MAYFLY NEOCLOEON TRIANGULIFER Brianna Henry, David Walters, Jeff Wesner, Daniel J Cain, Marie-Noele Croteau, Janet Miller C13 Ecotoxicology
116 RISK OF MERCURY CONTAMINATION TO THE HEALTH OF FISH IN THE SOUTH CENTRAL UNITED STATES Matthew Chumchal, Ray Drenner, Madeline Hannappel, Spencer Weinstein, Chris Gerstle C13 Ecotoxicology
117 : SORPTION OF BENZOBICYCLON IN SOILS OF RICE GROWING REGIONS OF ARKANSAS Jessica Clarke C13 Ecotoxicology
118 TOXICITY OF OIL SANDS PROCESS WATER COMPONENT, SODIUM NAPHTHENATE, TO MAYFLY HEXAGENIA LIMBATA. Julia Howland C13 Ecotoxicology
119 WATERCRESS SECONDARY METABOLITE TOXICITY TO DIATOM COMMUNITIES Kambridge Stephens, Elizabeth Bergey C13 Ecotoxicology
120 INITIAL SURVEY OF MICROPLASTICS IN THE WATER AND SEDIMENT OF THE KINNICKINNIC RIVER Claire Simmerman C13 Ecotoxicology
121 SPATIO-TEMPORAL DYNAMICS IN PHYSICO-CHEMISTRY OF A HIGH ELEVATION STREAM-LAKE NETWORK Chris Robinson, Helena Vogler, Christian Ebi, Simon Dicht, Tobias Ebner C14 Hydroecology
124 PREDICTING DAILY DISCHARGE OF NON-PERENNIAL STREAMS Angela Merritt, Charles Hawkins C14 Hydroecology
125 A COMPARISON OF HISTORICAL AND CURRENT MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES IN THE GRAND CALUMET RIVER AREA OF CONCERN, INDIANA Paul D. McMurray Jr., Dr. Daniel W. Sparks, James R. Stahl, Anne L. Kominowski, Dr. James R. Smith C16 Restoration Ecology
126 RESTORATION MONITORING OF HABITAT, HERPTILES, AQUATIC MACROINVERTEBRATES, AND FISH IN KRISPIN DRAIN ON HARSENS ISLAND, ST. CLAIR RIVER DELTA, MICHIGAN Conrad Zack, Marty Sneen, Larry Bushing, KristieRae Ellis C16 Restoration Ecology
127 INFLUENCE OF STREAM CHANNELIZATION AND RESTORED SINUOSITY ON COLD WATER LOTIC FISH ASSEMBLAGES. Alexander Wood, Leslie Riley, Robert Verb, Ken Oswald, Austin Morehouse, Nao Hariguchi, Evan Corteville C16 Restoration Ecology
128 RESPONSE OF MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY STRUCTURE TO RESTORATION EFFORTS ON MACOCHEE CREEK, OHIO, USA Nao Hariguchi, Leslie Riley, Robert Verb, Ken Oswald, Austin Morehouse, Evan Corteville, Alexander Wood C16 Restoration Ecology
129 LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF IN-STREAM RESTORATION ON MACROINVERTEBRATES IN SANDY BOTTOM STREAMS AT FORT BENNING MILITARY INSTALLATION, GA Daniel Isenberg, Natalie Griffiths, Brian Helms, Jack Feminella, Samuel Bickley C16 Restoration Ecology
130 DEFINING SOCIAL AND ECOLOGICAL MEASURES OF STREAM RESTORATION SUCCESS Alyssa Millard C16 Restoration Ecology
131 ECOLOGICAL RECOVERY FROM ACID MINE DRAINAGE IN PASSIVE REMEDIATION PONDS IN WESTERN PENNSYLVANIA Jessica Slappo, David Janetski, Kelsey Twining, Michael Tyree, Gregory Mount C16 Restoration Ecology
132 INFLUENCE OF POORLY FUNCTIONING CULVERTS ON STREAM HABITAT AND INVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES Sue Eggert C16 Restoration Ecology
134 EVALUATING SHORT-TERM TRADE-OFFS BETWEEN MACROINVERTEBRATE BIODIVERSITY AND NUTRIENT RETENTION IN RECONNECTED LAKE ERIE COASTAL WETLANDS Elizabeth Berg C16 Restoration Ecology
135 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL IN A NATIONAL BIOMONITORING NETWORK IN CANADA Adam Martens, Martin Jean C17 Bioassessment
136 COUPLED EFFECT OF CHANNELIZATION AND PRECIPITATION EXTREMES ON THE FISH COMMUNITY IN A PERENNIAL, LIMESTONE STREAM OVER A DECADE Rhiannon Cecil, Tamara Sluss, Stephanie Brandt, Matthew Thomas C17 Bioassessment
137 NEW TAXA RECORDS FOR SAMPLES FROM PUERTO RICO Jennifer Shanteau, Jeniffer Lynch, Kimberly Gerlock, Uttam Rai C17 Bioassessment
138 ZOOBENTHIC ASSEMBLAGE CONDITION INDEX FOR LAKE ERIE Jan Ciborowski, David Allan, Lucinda Johnson, Meijun Cai, Katya Kovalenko, Valerie Brady, David Barton, Kenneth Krieger, Sigrid Smith, Jabed Tomal C17 Bioassessment
139 LINKING STREAM HABITAT QUALITY, SPECIES DIVERSITY AND SPECIES TRAITS TO BETTER INFORM RESTORATION PRACTICES Anthony Roux, Sandra Clinton, PhD C18 Biodiversity
140 DETECTING THE IMPACT OF PARASITISM AND EGG BANK RECRUITMENT ON HOST GENETIC DIVERSITY IN A DAPHNIA-PARASITE SYSTEM Haniyeh Zamani, Katherine McLean, Camden Gowler, Spencer Hall, Meghan Duffy C18 Biodiversity
141 MULTIPLE DISPERSAL PATHWAYS SHAPE DIVERSITY PATTERNS IN ARID RIVER NETWORKS Ryan Conway, Kurt Anderson C18 Biodiversity
142 SCALING RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FRESHWATER INSECT DIVERSITY AND THE TERRESTRIAL ENVIRONMENT Laura Twardochleb, Kendra Cheruvelil, Quentin Read, Phoebe Zarnetske, Ethan Hiltner, Kyla Dahlin, Patricia Soranno, Aaron Kamoske C18 Biodiversity
143 CLIMATE CHANGE AND MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL MINING: A MAXENT ASSESSMENT OF THE POTENTIAL DUAL THREAT TO WEST VIRGINIA FISHES Lindsey Flanary C20 Climate Change
144 TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON STREAM ECOSYSTEM FUNCTIONING ACROSS SEASONS: INSIGHTS FROM A TEMPERATE THERMAL SPRING IN THE VOSGES MOUNTAINS Alice Gossiaux, Eric Chauvet, Jérémy Jabiol, François Guérold, Pascal Poupin C20 Climate Change
145 DETERMINING THE SYNCHRONY OF CO2 FLUX IN DIFFERENT PONDS NEAR BARROW, ALASKA Luis Del Val, Vanessa Lougheed C20 Climate Change
146 COMPARISONS OF THE VARIABILITY OF DIURNAL CO2 FLUX IN DIFFERENT AQUATIC ECOSYSTEMS IN BARROW, ALASKA Fabian Uribarri C20 Climate Change
147 DRIVERS OF CO2 FLUX FROM OPEN WATER AND VEGETATED MARGINS OF AN ARCTIC TUNDRA POND Rocio Ronquillo, Vanessa Lougheed C20 Climate Change
148 SUPRASEASONAL DROUGHT DRIVES TURNOVER OF STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION IN STREAM MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES Thomas Aspin, Mark Ledger, Kieran Khamis, Alexander Milner, Tom Matthews, Zining Wang, Matthew O'Callaghan C20 Climate Change
149 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN RELATIVE ABUNDANCE OF YOUNG OF THE YEAR BROOK TROUT AND INTERANNUAL CLIMATE VARIATION IN PENNSYLVANIA Lauren Prasko, David Janetski, Aiden Simpson C20 Climate Change
150 THE INFLUENCE OF WATER TEMPERATURE ON ECOSYSTEM METABOLIC RESPONSE TO FLOODS IN MIDWESTERN STREAMS Sam Blackburn, Emily Stanley C22 Distrubance
151 COMMUNITY RECOVERY FROM SIMULATED STREAMBED DISTURBANCE ACROSS A GRADIENT OF ACID MINE DRAINAGE IMPAIRMENT Mariah Thrush Hood, Kelly Johnson, Meg Beattie C22 Disturbance
152 INTRASPECIFIC PREDATION AMONG WATER STRIDERS (VELIIDAE, HEMIPTERA) AS STRONG AS INTERSPECIFIC PREDATION BY RIPARIAN SPIDER (WENDILGARDA CLARA) Mariely Vega C22 Disturbance
153 LACK OF POST-HURRICANE IMPACTS ON ALGAL BIOFILMS IN TWO TROPICAL HEADWATER STREAMS IN PUERTO RICO Kelsey Morton, Catherine Pringle, Pedro J Torres, Alonso Ramirez, Pablo Gutierrez, Amber Faulkner C22 Disturbance
154 LONG-TERM TRENDS IN VARIABILITY OF PRIMARY PRODUCER COMMUNITIES IN A DYNAMIC, ARIDLAND STREAM ECOSYSTEM Marina Lauck, Nancy Grimm C22 Disturbance
155 TRENDS IN CHLOROPHYLL-A AND NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS IN FINNISH RIVERS José Enrique Cano Bernal C24 Eutrophication
156 PATTERNS OF NUTRIENT LIMITATION IN SIXTEEN NORTHEASTERN US LAKES Denise Bruesewitz, David Richardson, Brian Kim, Courtney Wigdahl-Perry, Kiyoko Yokota, Abigail Lewis, Hailee Edwards, Heather Wander, Alex Taylor, Noah Poulin, Sarah Princiotta, Kevin Rose C24 Eutrophication
157 SATELLITE-BASED MONITORING OF CYANOBACTERIA BLOOMS FROM 2002-2011 FOR 11 RESERVOIRS WITH WATERSHEDS ALONG AN AGRICULTURAL GRADIENT Nathan Smucker, Jake J. Beaulieu, Christopher Nietch, Blake Schaeffer C24 Eutrophication
158 MONITORING NUTRIENT LEVELS AND SEDIMENT IN MACATAWA WATERSHED Eleda Plouch, Aaron Best, Brent Krueger, Michael Pikaart, Sarah Brokus, Randall Wade, Abagail Jeavons, Mallory Luke, Abbygale Parshall, Daniel Wade, Jacob Spry C24 Eutrophication
159 IS INDIVIDUAL BODY SIZE A RELIABLE PREDICTOR OF TROPHIC POSITION IN EASTERN U.S. STREAMS? Daijona Revell, Daniel McGarvey, Serena Moncion, Raquel Wetzell, Felisha Walls C25 Food Webs
160 HIGH THROUGHPUT SEQUENCING, HABITAT, AND BEHAVIORAL STUDIES TO ANALYZE THE ROLE OF OLIGOCHAETES IN THE DIET OF LEBERTIA WATER MITES Gina Wulff, Jeffrey Ram, Adrian Vasquez, Mario McGhee, Jr., Tiffany Burris, Jasmine Brockman, Zeyu Li, Katherine Gurdziel, Obadeh Mohiddin C25 Food Webs
161 IMPACTS OF GLOBAL CHANGE ON FRESHWATER PLANT SPECIES Guyo Gufu C26 Invasive Species
162 OPTIMIZATION OF eDNA EARLY MONITORING TOOL FOR BIGHEADED CARP IN THE UPPER MISSISSIPPI RIVER Erica Mize, Katie Bockrath, Christopher Merkes, Richard Erickson, Nick Berndt, Jeena Credico, Nikolas Grueneis, Jenna Merry, Kyle Mosel, Maren Tuttle-Lau, Kyle Von Ruden, Zeb Woiak, Jon Amberg, Sam Finney, Emy Monroe C26 Invasive Species
163 COMPARING THE EFFECTS OF ROADS AND STREAMS ON INVASIVE PLANT ABUNDANCE IN APPALACHIAN PROTECTED AREAS Melissa Daniels, Paul Armsworth, Eric Larson, Gwen Iacona C26 Invasive Species
164 VARIABLE RESPONSE TO TEMPERATURE BETWEEN INVASIVE DAPHNIA LUMHOLTZI CLONES ESTABLISHED AT DIFFERENT LATITUDES IN NORTH AMERICA Bana Kabalan, Alison Rifenburgh C26 Invasive Species
165 EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON NATIVE DAPHNIA AND THE EXOTIC DAPHNIA LUMHOLTZI FROM THE ALABAMA RIVER DELTA Melissa Pompilius, Robert Fischer C26 Invasive Species
166 STREAM BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES RESPOND TO HEMLOCK DECLINE Kristen M. Diesburg, S. Mazeika P. Sullivan, David W. P. Manning C26 Invasive Species
167 REMOTE SENSING AS A TOOL FOR IDENTIFYING NON-POINT SOURCES OF NUTRIENTS IN THE LAKE SIMCOE BASIN, ONTARIO, CANADA Mark MacDougall, MacKenzie Waller C27 Landuse and Non-Point Source Impacts
168 MUSSEL GROWTH AND ENERGY STORAGE IN RIVERS WITH DIFFERING LEVELS OF AGRICULTURAL IMPACT Dan Hornbach, Jessica Kozarek, Mark Hove, Kelly MacGregor, Teresa Newton, Patricia Ries C27 Landuse and Non-Point Source Impacts
169 IMPACT OF WATERSHED LAND USE ON WATER QUALITY IN NORTHERN ETHIOPIAN HEADWATER STREAMS Taylor Garner, Denise Bruesewitz, Travis Reynolds, Atalel Wubalem C27 Landuse and Non-Point Source Impacts
170 IMPACT OF SURFACE RUNOFF AND SUBSURFACE DRAINAGE ON LAKE MICHIGAN TRIBUTARIES IN AGRICULTURAL LAND USE REGIONS OF EASTERN WISCONSIN Rebecca Abler, Richard Hein C27 Landuse and Non-Point Source Impacts
171 SPATIAL RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN FINE RESOLUTION LAND USE DATA AND STREAM MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES Megann Harlow, James Kennedy C27 Landuse and Non-Point Source Impacts
172 INVESTIGATING RADIUM ISOTOPE ACTIVITIES AND ACTIVITY RATIOS IN MARCELLUS SHALE STREAMS Abigail Dias, Karen Knee, Colin Casey C27 Landuse and Non-Point Source Impacts
173 ABUNDANCE, DISTRIBUTION, AND GEOMETRY OF NATURALLY OCCURRING MACROPORES IN STREAM BANKS Amiana McEwen, Erich Hester C28 Land-Water Interfaces
174 USING HIGH FREQUENCY AUTOMATED DATA COLLECTION TO DESCRIBE BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES IN AN IMPAIRED TRIBUTARY OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY Brittney Beazley, Dina Leech, Mark Fink, Kathy Gee, Alec Hosterman, Chris Labosier, Robert Marmorstein, Kenneth Fortino C28 Land-Water Interfaces
175 DOES WESTERN SPRUCE BUDWORM HERBIVORY ALTER MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY COMPOSITION AND STREAM FOOD-WEB DYNAMICS? Deion Everhart C28 Land-Water Interfaces
176 FROM THE BENTHIC TO THE RIPARIAN: EFFECTS OF UNIONOID MUSSEL-DERIVED NUTRIENTS ON VASCULAR PLANTS AT THE AQUATIC-TERRESTRIAL INTERFACE Jonathan Lopez, Caryn C. Vaughn, Thomas Parr C28 Land-Water Interfaces
177 INVESTIGATING THE INFLUENCE OF HABITAT HETEROGENEITY ON DIVERSITY OF TERRESTRIAL ARTHROPODS IN A RIVER-FLOODPLAIN Paige Miller, Colden Baxter, Jade Ortiz, Joseph Cornell C28 Land-Water Interfaces
178 EFFECTS OF STREAM PH REGIME ON MACROINVERTEBRATE BIOMASS AND LEAF DECAY RATE IN HIGH AND LOW SOLUTE STREAMS IN LA SELVA, COSTA RICA Rupert England, Carissa Ganong C28 Land-Water Interfaces
180 TOWARD QUANTIFYING THE RISK OF VOC EXPOSURE VIA VAPOR INTRUSION IN POST-INDUSTRIAL CITIES ORLANDO RIOS C28 Land-Water Interfaces
181 PHYLOGEOGRAPHY AND POST-GLACIAL COLONIZATION HISTORY OF THE IMPERILED FRESHWATER MUSSEL, OBOVARIA OLIVARIA Jamie Bucholz, David Zanatta C30 Molecular Ecology
182 MOLECULAR ANALYSIS OF EXUVIAE TO DETERMINE SPECIES IDENTITY AND POPULATION STRUCTURE OF GOMPHID DRAGONFLIES Cora Bilhorn, Jessica Orlofske C30 Molecular Ecology
183 DEVELOPMENT OF QPCR METHODS TO ASSESS THE SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIABILITY OF HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS Andrew Pyman C30 Molecular Ecology
184 DECOUPLING OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER PATTERNS BETWEEN STREAM AND RIPARIAN GROUNDWATER IN A HEADWATER FORESTED CATCHMENT Susana Bernal, Eugènia Martí, Anna Lupon, Sara Castelar, Núria Catalan C31 Organic Matter Processing
185 ASSESING THE DEGRADATION OF TERRESTRIALLY DERIVED DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER IN THREE TEMPERATE LAKES Sarah Magyan, Chris Dempsey C31 Organic Matter Processing
186 RATES AND PATHWAYS OF ELEMENT LOSS FROM LEAF LITTER: INVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGES Meghan Schrik, Jane Marks, Benjamin Koch, Adam Siders, Courtney Roush C31 Organic Matter Processing
187 RATES AND PATHWAYS OF ELEMENT LOSS FROM LEAF LITTER: THE MICROBES Courtney Roush, Adam Wymore, Jane Marks, Benjamin Koch, Egbert Schwartz, Meghan Schrik, Paul Dijkstra C31 Organic Matter Processing
188 RATES AND PATHWAYS OF ELEMENT LOSS FROM LEAF LITTER: LARGE DETRITIVORES Zasha Welsh, Jane Marks, Adam Siders, Rebecca Fritz, Rachel Mudry, Alan Gruetzmacher C31 Organic Matter Processing
189 QUANTIFYING INTERANNUAL AND AMONG-STREAM VARIATION IN ORGANIC-MATTER DECOMPOSITION RATES TO EVALUATE STREAM ‘HEALTH’ Emily Messick, Scott Tiegs, Mark Isken C31 Organic Matter Processing
190 LITTER DECOMPOSITION IN LONG-LEAF PINE WETLANDS UNDER ALTERED FIRE REGIMES Khalil Carson, Checo Colon-Gaud, Houston Chandler C31 Organic Matter Processing
191 SOURCES AND DECOMPOSITION OF DISSOLVED ORGANIC MATTER IN A DESERT STREAM Kathrine Kemmitt, Nancy Grimm C31 Organic Matter Processing
192 A LONG-TERM LOOK AT THE EFFECT OF CLIMATE VARIABILITY ON LEAF LITTER PROCESSING IN THE OGEECHEE RIVER Jose Sanchez-Ruiz, Checo Colon-Gaud C31 Organic Matter Processing
193 THE EFFECTS OF TETRAKIS (HYDROXYMETHYL) PHOSPHONIUM CHLORIDE (THPC) ON LEAF DECOMPOSITION AND MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES. Sara Alemar, Checo Colon-Gaud C31 Organic Matter Processing
194 MICROORGANISMS, BUT NOT SHREDDERS, RESPOND TO TEMPERATURE ACCORDING TO THE METABOLIC THEORY OF ECOLOGY Carolyn Cummins, Vlad Gulis, Amy Rosemond, Phillip Bumpers, Jonathan Benstead C31 Organic Matter Processing
195 A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A RIVER: LAGRANGIAN PROFILING OF RIVER METABOLISM Matthew Cohen, Robert Hensley, Lauren Devito C32 Primary and Secondary Production
196 HIGH VARIATION IN NUTRIENT EXCRETION WITHIN A GUILD OF CLOSELY RELATED CADDISFLY SPECIES Jared Balik, Scott Wissinger, Brad Taylor, Susan Washko C37 Stoichiometry
197 HOST DIET STOICHIOMETRY INFLUENCES MYXOBOLUS CEREBRALIS SPORE PRODUCTION OF INFECTED TUBIFEX TUBIFEX Andrew Sanders, Brad Taylor C37 Stoichiometry
199 TRENDS OF ATRAZINE AND METOLACHLOR CONCENTRATION IN STREAMS AT MULTIPLE SPATIAL SCALES DANIEL ELIAS, Melody Bernot, Jason Doll S01 Dams, big data, and meta-analyses
200 SEDIMENT-TOXICITY ASSESSMENT AND CONTAMINANT-SOURCE TRACKING AT TWO WISCONSIN AREAS OF CONCERN (AOCS) AND NON-AOC COMPARISON TRIBUTARIES TO LAKE MICHIGAN Hayley Olds, Barbara Scudder Eikenberry, John Besser, Rebecca Dorman S02 The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Assessing Beneficial Use Impairments in Areas of Concern
201 EVALUATING THE DEGRADATION OF PHYTOPLANKTON AND ZOOPLANKTON POPULATIONS BENEFICIAL USE IMPAIRMENT (BUI) AT THE WAUKEGAN HARBOR AREA OF CONCERN (AOC) Scot Peterson, Emily Reed, Sergiusz Czesny S02 The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Assessing Beneficial Use Impairments in Areas of Concern
202 THE DUAL ARRHENIUS - MICHAELIS MENTEN MODEL TO PREDICT TEMPERATURE AND NUTRIENTS EFFECTS ON MICROBIAL LITTER DECOMPOSITION IN STREAMS Eric Chauvet, Antoine Lecerf, Alice Gossiaux, Jérémy Jabiol, Baba Camara, Michaël Danger, Franck Gilbert, François Guérold, Pascal Poupin S04 Expanding regulatory frameworks to include detrital responses in streams
203 HEIRARCHICAL VARIATION IN DECOMPOSITION RATES ACROSS SOUTHERN ONTARIO REFERENCE STREAMS Jenna R. Webb, Scott Tiegs, Adam G. Yates, Robert Bailey, Nolan J.T. Pearce, Kristin J. Painter S04 Expanding regulatory frameworks to include detrital responses in streams
204 SUB-LETHAL ION CONCENTRATIONS ALTER SHREDDER PERFORMANCE AND LEAF LITTER PROCESSING Anastasia Mogilevski, Michelle Evans-White, Sally Entrekin, Natalie Clay, Brooke Howard-Parker S04 Expanding regulatory frameworks to include detrital responses in streams
205 COMPARING THE EFFECTS OF SUB-LETHAL GRADIENTS OF TWO SODIUM SALTS ON AQUATIC MICROBIAL COMMUNITIES Thomas Williams, Michelle Evans-White, Sally Entrekin, Natalie Clay, Brooke Howard-Parker S04 Expanding regulatory frameworks to include detrital responses in streams
206 STOICHIOMETRY OF STANDARDIZED WOOD SUBSTRATES IS AN EFFECTIVE TOOL FOR DETECTING NUTRIENT POLLUTION IN STREAMS Phillip Bumpers, Amy D. Rosemond, Rachel Usher, Seth Wenger, James Wood S04 Expanding regulatory frameworks to include detrital responses in streams
207 VEGETATION PATTERNS, HABITATS, AND ECOSYSTEM SERVICES IN AMAZON FOREST FLOODPLAINS: POTENTIAL IMPACTS BY DAMS Roosevelt García-Villacorta, Alexander Flecker, Stephen Hamilton, Bruce Forsberg, Qinru Shi, Scott Steinschneider, Elizabeth Anderson, Carla Gomes, Xiaojian Wu, the Amazon Dams CompSust Working Group S05 Damming the Amazon – hydropower proliferation in the world's largest river system
208 THE IMPORTANCE OF RELATIONAL VALUES IN A RIVERINE SOCIAL ECOLOGICAL SYSTEM Loni Nelson, Colden Baxter, Adam Eckersell, Antonio J. Castro, Cristina Quintas-Soriano, Rob Van Kirk S06 Social-Ecological Systems and Ecosystem Services
209 DO FOOD WEB DYNAMICS SHIFT ACROSS A GRADIENT OF SPRING TO WETLAND HABITATS IN A DESERT ECOSYSTEM? Christina Lupoli, John Sabo, Eric Moody, Hector Espinosa-Perez, Margarita Ojeda S07 Landscape Influences on Freshwater Habitats and Biological Assemblages
210 ASSOCIATIONS BETWEEN MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES AND NUTRIENT CONCENTRATIONS IN OHIO STREAMS AND RESERVOIRS Rebecca Czaja, S. Mazeika P. Sullivan, Kay C. Stefanik, Lauren M. Pintor, Krystal Pocock S07 Landscape Influences on Freshwater Habitats and Biological Assemblages
211 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN WATERSHED LAND USE AND BACTERIAL COLONIZATION AND DECOMPOSITION OF TERRESTRIAL LITTER IN STREAMS Paul Risteca, John Kelly, David Costello, Scott Tiegs, Andrea Fitzgibbon S07 Landscape Influences on Freshwater Habitats and Biological Assemblages
212 RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL WATER QUALITY ACROSS LAND USES OF SOUTHERN OHIO Kay C. Stefanik, S. Mazeika P. Sullivan, Lauren M. Pintor, Kaiguang Zhao S07 Landscape Influences on Freshwater Habitats and Biological Assemblages
213 VARIABILITY IN INVERTEBRATE ECOLOGICAL TROPHIC NETWORKS ALONG A GRADIENT OF NUTRIENT ENRICHMENT Travonya Kenly, S. Mazeika P. Sullivan S07 Landscape Influences on Freshwater Habitats and Biological Assemblages
214 PROCESS-BASED EVALUATION OF THE GROUNDWATER DISCHARGE SPATIAL PATTERNS IN PEATLANDS Danielle Hare, David Boutt, William P. Clement, Christine Hatch, Glorianna Davenport, Alex Hackman S09 Spatial aspects of freshwater ecology: understanding, managing, predicting
215 CHARACTERIZING COMPLEXITY IN WEBS OF FEAR: ROLES OF PREDATOR TYPE, DIET, AND HABITAT IN THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF ZOOPLANKTON AND FISH IN LAKES AND RESERVOIRS Thomas Detmer, David Wahl S09 Spatial Aspects of Freshwater Ecology: Understanding, Managing, Predicting
216 DO IMPACTS FROM FOREST HARVESTING SPATIALLY ACCUMULATE IN STREAMS? A MULTI-INDICATOR STUDY Kelli Charbonneau, Karen Kidd, David Kreutzweiser, Paul Sibley, Erik Emilson, Michelle Gray, Nelson O'Driscoll S09 Spatial aspects of freshwater ecology: understanding, managing, predicting
217 OCCUPANCY AND DETECTION OF YELLOW PERCH IN GREAT LAKES COASTAL WETLANDS Kaitlyn Dykstra, Carl R. Ruetz III, Donald Uzarski, Matthew Cooper S09 Spatial aspects of freshwater ecology: understanding, managing, predicting
218 QUANTIFYING THE ACCURACY OF LANDSAT IN ESTIMATING RESERVOIR WATER SURFACE AREA Lambert Ngenzi S09 Spatial aspects of freshwater ecology: understanding, managing, predicting
219 BEAVER-INDUCED BIOGEOCHEMICAL ALTERATIONS IN MOUNTAIN STREAMS Deni Murray S10 Land-water Boundaries: Towards Harmonizing Hydrological and Biogeochemical Concepts in Riparian Zones Across Ecoregions
220 WRITING ESSAYS FOR BROADER AUDIENCES: EXPERIENCES, ADJUSTMENTS, AND COMPROMISE. Declan McCabe S11 At the Confluence of Freshwater Science and the Humanities
221 REVIEW OF AVAILABLE DOCUMENTED TRADITIONAL ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE OF FRESHWATER ECOSYSTEMS AND BIOTA IN THE CIRCUMPOLAR ARCTIC Brianna Levenstein, Jennifer Lento, Annette Watson, Jennie Knopp S12 Status and Trends in Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity Across the Circumpolar Region
222 BENTHIC MACROINVERTREBRATE SIZE SPECTRA IN THE WESTERN CANADIAN ARCTIC Allison Dykstra, Jennifer Lento, Joseph M. Culp S12 Status and Trends in Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity Across the Circumpolar Region
223 CONDITION OF FRESHWATER RESOURCES IN ALASKA’S ARCTIC COASTAL PLAIN: WATER QUALITY, PHYSICAL HABITAT, AND BIOLOGICAL COMMUNITIES OF WETLANDS, LAKES AND STREAMS Daniel Bogan, Rebecca Shaftel, Dustin Merrigan, Matthew Carlson S12 Status and Trends in Arctic Freshwater Biodiversity Across the Circumpolar Region
224 BENTHIC MACROINVERTEBRATE AND PERIPHYTON RESPONSE TO ANTIMYCIN DURING BROOK TROUT RESTORATION IN A SMALL HEADWATER STREAM Aden Blackburn, Justin Murdock, Keith Gibbs S14 Crossing Brook Trout Boundaries: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Salvelinus fontinalis Research, Management, and Outreach
225 INFLUENCE OF FINE SEDIMENTS ON INTRA- AND INTERSPECIFIC COMPETITION IN SALMONIDS Bradley Wells, Casey Huckins S14 Crossing Brook Trout Boundaries: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Salvelinus fontinalis Research, Management, and Outreach
226 DENTRIFICATION AND NITROGEN FIXATION – DO THEY OCCUR IN LAKE SUPERIOR TRIBUTARIES? Andrea Norton, Amy Marcarelli, Kevin Nevorski S15 Crossing boundaries: watershed-tributary-lake exchanges in the Great Lakes region
227 STOICHIOMETRY, FUNGAL DYNAMICS, AND DECOMPOSITION OF STANDING DEAD EMERGENT MACROPHYTES: A SYNTHESIS OF FIELD STUDIES Tori Hebert, Kevin Kuehn, Halvor Halvorson S16 Ecological Stoichiometry as a Bridge Across Disciplinary Boundaries in Freshwater Science
228 EXPANDING GENETIC RESOURCES TO SUPPORT SPECIES DETECTION AND BIODIVERSITY MONITORING USING ENVIRONMENTAL DNA Julie C. Schroeter, Aaron P. Maloy, Christopher B. Rees, Meredith L. Bartron S18 Aquatic Biodiversity Surveillance Using Environmental Genomics
229 BIOINFORMATICS RECIPES: A NOVEL APPROACH TO SHARING AND DISSEMINATING BIOINFORMATICS PROTOCOLS Natay Aberra, Aaron P. Maloy, Meredith L. Bartron, Aswathy Sebastian, Istvan Albert S18 Aquatic Biodiversity Surveillance Using Environmental Genomics
230 EFFECTS OF EXOTIC NEW ZEALAND MUDSNAILS ON LEAF DECOMPOSITION Kennedy Phillips, Scott Tiegs, Jasmine Mancuso S19 Aquatic Invasive Species in the Laurentian Great Lakes Region Organizers
231 EFFECT OF LEAF-LITTER SPECIES ON NEW ZEALAND MUD SNAIL (POTAMOPYRGUS ANTIPODARUM) GROWTH RATES Emily Bovee, Scott Tiegs, Justine Lawson, Jeremy Geist S19 Aquatic Invasive Species in the Laurentian Great Lakes Region Organizers
232 USING LANDUSE TO PREDICT AT-RISK INLAND LAKES FOR HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOM (HABS) Hamzah Ansari, David Szlang S19 Aquatic Invasive Species in the Laurentian Great Lakes Region Organizers
233 CONTROLLING THE SPREAD OF NEW ZEALAND MUD SNAILS BY DECONTAMINATING FISHING GEAR: COMPARING APPROACHES Diana Ethaiya, Scott Tiegs, Jeremy Geist S19 Aquatic Invasive Species in the Laurentian Great Lakes Region Organizers
234 INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND SUBMERGENCE DEPTH ON PASSIVE SORTING OF INVASIVE SEA LAMPREY, CREEK CHUB AND WHITE SUCKER ACROSS LOW-HEAD LAMPREY BARRIERS Nayeli Sanchez, Nicholas Corniuk, Ulrich Reinhardt S19 Aquatic Invasive Species in the Laurentian Great Lakes Region Organizers
235 COMPARISON OF MACROINVERTEBRATE BIOINDICATORS TO ECOSYSTEM FUNCTION ACROSS A GRADIENT OF AGRICULTURAL IMPAIRMENT Corey Conville, Steven Rier, Jennifer Soohy, Aaron Gordon-Weaver S21 Navigating Between Ecosystem Structure and Functioning in Research and Management
236 UNDERSTANDING LANDSCAPE DRIVERS OF ENDANGERED COHO SALMON OUTMIGRATION TIMING TO MAXIMIZE RETURNS TO THE RUSSIAN RIVER, CALIFORNIA Brian Kastl, Stephanie Carlson, Mariska Obedzinski, Ted Grantham, Sarah Nossaman Pierce S22 Transcending Aquatic-terrestrial Boundaries: Ecology, Conservation and Management of Temporary Freshwaters
237 HOW DOES STREAM DRYING INFLUENCE MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITIES ACROSS CLIMATE GRADIENTS? A COMPARATIVE STUDY IN DESERT, GRASSLAND, AND FORESTED STREAMS. Michelle Busch, Daniel Allen S22 Transcending Aquatic-terrestrial Boundaries: Ecology, Conservation and Management of Temporary Freshwaters
238 LINKING LANDSCAPE-LEVEL PROCESSES AND AQUATIC REFUGIA IN INTERMITTENT STREAMS OF CENTRAL CALIFORNIA Hana Moidu, Robert Leidy, Stephanie Carlson, Ted Grantham S22 Transcending Aquatic-terrestrial Boundaries: Ecology, Conservation and Management of Temporary Freshwaters
239 GOOD YEARS AND NOT-SO-GOOD YEARS: PATTERNS IN FALL EGG PRODUCTION BY CLADOCERAN ZOOPLANKTON OF FLOODPLAIN PONDS (BLACK FORK OF THE MOHICAN RIVER, OH) Patricia A. Saunders, Rosalie Sepesy S22 Transcending Aquatic-terrestrial Boundaries: Ecology, Conservation and Management of Temporary Freshwaters
240 CREATING A DRYNESS INDEX FOR NON-PERENNIAL RIVERS Emma Haines, John Olson S22 Transcending Aquatic-terrestrial Boundaries: Ecology, Conservation and Management of Temporary Freshwaters
241 BIOGEOCHEMICAL PATTERNS OF INTERMITTENT STREAMS IN SPACE AND TIME: IMPACTS OF DRYING AND WILDFIRE ON CARBON DYNAMICS Ruth MacNeille, Colden Baxter, Kathleen Lohse, Sarah Godsey, DeWayne Derryberry, Emma McCorkle, Susan Parsons S22 Transcending Aquatic-terrestrial Boundaries: Ecology, Conservation and Management of Temporary Freshwaters
243 EFFECTS OF ACIDIFICATION AND TEMPERATURE ON GROWTH AND LEAF LITTER BREAKDOWN BY CRANEFLY LARVAE (TIPULIDAE) Tristan Hoffman, Kelly Johnson S25 Effects of Multi-stressors in Stream Ecology Across Regional Landscapes and Mesocosm Studies
244 EXPOSURE TO AN ENVIRONMENTALLY RELEVANT MIXTURE OF PHARMACEUTICALS ALTERS ACTIVITY AND COMPOSITION OF STREAM BIOFILM COMMUNITIES Brianne Coffey, Emma Rosi, Michael Grace, John Kelly, Stephanie Robson S25 Effects of Multi-stressors in Stream Ecology Across Regional Landscapes and Mesocosm Studies
245 DISTRIBUTION AND MOVEMENT OF MICROPLASTIC IN URBAN STREAMS Anna Vincent, Timothy Hoellein S26 Ecological Perspectives on the Movement and Transformation of Anthropogenic Materials in Freshwaters
246 MICROPLASTIC IN AQUATIC FOOD WEBS: MUSEUM SPECIMENS AND INGESTION EXPERIMENTS REVEAL CONTROLS ON MICROPLASTIC INGESTION BY FRESHWATER FISH Loren Hou, Timothy Hoellein, Rachel McNeish S26 Ecological Perspectives on the Movement and Transformation of Anthropogenic Materials in Freshwaters
247 SPATIAL AND TEMPORAL VARIATION IN MICROPLASTICS IN THE KENNEBEC RIVER, MAINE, USA: A PILOT STUDY Emily Carter, Denise Bruesewitz, Travis Reynolds S26 Ecological Perspectives on the Movement and Transformation of Anthropogenic Materials in Freshwaters
248 MICROPLASTIC ABUNDANCE IN RIVERINE FISH ALONG A LAND-USE GRADIENT Melissa Achettu, Timothy Hoellein, John Kelly, Rae McNeish S26 Ecological Perspectives on the Movement and Transformation of Anthropogenic Materials in Freshwaters
250 THE ROLE OF SUBSTRATE, DISCHARGE, AND BIOFILM GROWTH ON THE TRANSPORT AND RETENTION OF MICROPLASTIC FIBERS IN STREAMS Elizabeth Berg, Timothy Hoellein, John Kelly, Jennifer L. Tank, Arial Shogren, Anna Vincent, Martha Dee S26 Ecological Perspectives on the Movement and Transformation of Anthropogenic Materials in Freshwaters
251 PERIPHYTIC EXTRACELLULAR ENZYMATIC ACTIVITY RESPONSES TO MANIPULATION OF OXYGEN, PH, AND LABILE ORGANIC CARBON Jennifer Harper, Kevin Kuehn, Steve Francoeur, Robert Findlay S27 Green meets Brown: Ecological Significance of Interacting Autotrophy and Heterotrophy in Freshwaters
252 EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND LIGHT GRADIENTS ON ALGAL STIMULATION OF LITTER-ASSOCIATED MICROBIAL HETEROTROPHS Cody Pope, Kevin Kuehn, Steven Francoeur, Halvor Halvorson, Robert Findlay S27 Green meets Brown: Ecological Significance of Interacting Autotrophy and Heterotrophy in Freshwaters
253 RESOURCE LIMITATION OF BIOFILMS IN BOREAL FOREST HEADWATER STREAMS Sophie Weaver, Jeremy Jones S27 Green meets Brown: Ecological Significance of Interacting Autotrophy and Heterotrophy in Freshwaters
254 ASSESSING TRENDS IN STREAM COMMUNITIES ACROSS AN URBAN GRADIENT IN PUGET SOUND, WA, AND IMPLICATIONS FOR MEASURING RESTORATION EFFECTIVENESS Kate Macneale S28 Reframing the Science of Urbanized Headwater Streams
255 URBANIZATION IN SMALLER CITIES: HOW HETEROGENEITY IN URBAN LANDUSE ACROSS A MEDIUM-SIZED CITY AFFECTS INSECT COMMUNITIES IN HEADWATER STREAMS Matthew Lundquist, Weixing Zhu S28 Reframing the Science of Urbanized Headwater Streams
256 MOVING FROM CONCENTRATION-DISCHARGE CURVES TO PROCESS-DISCHARGE RELATIONSHIPS Brynn ODonnell, Erin Hotchkiss S28 Reframing the Science of Urbanized Headwater Streams
258 SOCIAL AND INSTITUTIONAL BARRIERS TO URBAN STREAM REHABILITATION: INSIGHTS, CHALLENGES, AND OPPORTUNITIES Robert Smith, Peter Zaidel, Jade Ortiz, Keysa G. Rosas, Rikki Lucas, Josh Ward, Jessica Miller S28 Reframing the Science of Urbanized Headwater Streams
259 LEARNING BY GIVING: USING STUDENT PHILANTHROPY TO TEACH WATER RESOURCES Kristy Hopfensperger S29 Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Freshwater Science
260 CHRONIC PHOSPHORUS ENRICHMENT PRESSES STREAM ECOSYSTEMS INTO A NUISANCE FILAMENTOUS ALGAL REGIME Ryan S. King, Stephen C. Cook, Lauren Housley, Jeffrey A. Back, Morgan W. Bettcher, Caleb J. Robbins, Katherine V. Hooker, Stephen Elser C24 Eutrophication
261 A WEIGHT-OF-EVIDENCE APPROACH TO ASSESSING BENTHOS BENFICIAL USE IMPAIRMENTS USING MACROINVERTEBRATE COMMUNITY AND SEDIMENT TOXICITY DATA IN NEW YORK AOCs Brian Duffy, Barry Baldigo, Scott George S02 The Great Lakes Restoration Initiative: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Assessing Beneficial Use Impairments in Areas of Concern
262 EFFECTS OF FISH CONNECTIVITY AND DRYING REGIME ON STREAM ECOSYSTEM STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION: RESULTS FROM A MESOCOSM EXPERIMENT. Steven Bittner, Daniel Allen S22 Transcending Aquatic-terrestrial Boundaries: Ecology, Conservation and Management of Temporary Freshwaters
263 TRADEOFFS AMONG ECOSTSTEM SERVICES AFTER PHRAGMITES AUSTRALIS REMOVAL IN GREAT LAKES COASTAL WETLANDS Amanda Kandies, Kristi Judd C09 Wetland Ecology
264 MICROPLASTIC DISTRIBUTION ABOVE AND BELOW LARGE DAMS IN INDIANA, USA Margaret Hartlage, Katherine O'Reilly, Gary Lamberti, Whitney Conard S26 Ecological Perspectives on the Movement and Transformation of Anthropogenic Materials in Freshwaters