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Ecological Classification of Rivers for Environmental Assessment: Demonstration, Validation, and Application to Regional Risk Assessment Across Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin
Grant Number R830596
RFA: Development of Watershed Classification Systems for Diagnosis of Biological Impairment in Watersheds (2002)
Book Chapter (3)
Journal Article (10)
Presentation (14)
Proceedings (5)
Report (2)
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Book Chapter Brenden TO, Clark RD Jr, Cooper AR, Seelbach PW, Wang L, Aichele SS, Bissell EG, Stewart JS. A GIS framework for collecting, managing, and analyzing multiscale landscape variables across large regions for river conservation and management. In: Hughes RM, Wang L, Seelbach PW, eds. Landscape Influences on Stream Habitats and Biological Assemblages. Herndon, VA: The American Fisheries Society, 2006, Chapter 3, pp. 49-74. R830596 (Final)
Book Chapter Steen PJ, Passino-Reader DR, Wiley MJ. Modeling brook trout presence and absence from landscape variables using four different analytical methods. In: Hughes RM, Wang L, Seelbach PW, eds. Landscape Influences on Stream Habitats and Biological Assemblages. Herndon, VA: The American Fisheries Society, 2006, pp. 513-531. R830596 (Final)
Book Chapter Wang L, Seelbach PW, Lyons J. Effects of levels of human disturbance on the influence of catchment, riparian, and reach-scale factors on fish assemblages. In: Hughes RM, Wang L, Seelbach PW, eds. Landscape Influences on Stream Habitats and Biological Assemblages. Herndon, VA: The American Fisheries Society, 2006, pp. 199-219. R830596 (Final)
Journal Article Alexandridis K, Pijanowski BC. Assessing multiagent parcelization performance in the MABEL simulation model using Monte Carlo replication experiments. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 2007;34(2):223-244. R830596 (Final)
Journal Article Brenden TO, Wang L, Clark RD Jr, Seelbach PW, Lyons J. Comparison between model-predicted and field-measured stream habitat features for evaluating fish assemblage-habitat relationships. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 2007;136(3):580-592. R830596 (Final)
Journal Article Brenden TO, Wang L, Seelbach PW, Clark Jr RD, Wiley MJ, Sparks-Jackson BL. A spatially constrained clustering program for river valley segment delineation from GIS digital river networks. Environmental Modelling & Software 2008;23(5):638-649. R830596 (Final)
Journal Article Lei Z, Pijanowski BC, Alexandridis KT, Olson J. Distributed modeling architecture of a multi-agent-based behavioral economic landscape (MABEL) model. Simulation 2005;81(7):503-515. R830596 (Final)
Journal Article Pijanowski BC, Pithadia S, Shellito BA, Alexandridis K. Calibrating a neural network-based urban change model for two metropolitan areas of the Upper Midwest of the United States. International Journal of Geographic Information Science 2005;19(2):197-215. R830596 (Final)
Journal Article Pijanowski BC, Alexandridis KT, Muller D. Modelling urbanization patterns in two diverse regions of the world. Journal of Land Use Science 2006;1(2-4):83-108. R830596 (Final)
Journal Article Steen PJ, Zorn TG, Seelbach PW, Schaeffer JS. Classification tree models for predicting distributions of Michigan stream fish from landscape variables. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 2008;137(4):976-996. R830596 (Final)
Journal Article Tang Z, Engel BA, Lim KJ, Pijanowski BC, Harbor J. Minimizing the impact of urbanization on long term runoff. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 2005;41(6):1347-1359. R830596 (Final)
Journal Article Tang Z, Engel BA, Pijanowski BC, Lim KJ. Forecasting land use change and its environmental impact at a watershed scale. Journal of Environmental Management 2005;76(1):35-45. R830596 (Final)
Journal Article Wang L, Brenden T, Seelbach P, Cooper A, Allan D, Clark Jr. R, Wiley M. Landscape based identification of human disturbance gradients and reference conditions for Michigan streams. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 2008;141(1-3):1-17. R830596 (Final)
Presentation Brenden TO, Clark RD Jr, Cooper AR, Seelbach PW, Wang L, Aichele SS, Bissell EG, Stewart JS. A GIS framework for collecting, managing, and analyzing multi-scale landscape variables across large regions for river conservation and management. Presented at the American Fisheries Society, Landscape Influences on Stream Habitat and Biological Assemblages, Symposium 48, Madison, WI, August 25-26, 2004. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Brenden TO, Wang L, Clark R Jr, Seelbach PW, Wiley MJ. Ecological stream segment identification for spatially extensive digital databases. Presented at the Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI, December 12, 2005. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Brenden TO, Wang L, Clark R Jr, Seelbach PW, Wiley MJ. A clustering algorithm for ecological stream segment identification from spatially extensive digital databases. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society, New Orleans, LA, July 13-17, 2005. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Brenden TO, Wang L, Clark R Jr, Seelbach PW, Wiley MJ. A variable selection process for identification of ecological stream segments. Presented at the International Association for Great Lakes Research Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, July 13-17, 2005. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Brenden TO, Wang L, Clark R Jr, Seelbach PW, Wiley MJ. A clustering algorithm for ecological stream segment identification from spatially extensive digital databases. Presented at the International Association for Great Lakes Research Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, May 27, 2005. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Cooper A, Seelbach PW, Austen DJ, Wang L. Ecological classification of rivers for environmental assessment across Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Presented at the International Association for Great Lakes Research Conference, Biodiversity Session, Chicago, IL, 2003. R830596 (2003)
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Presentation Lyons J, Stewart J. Predicting historical, current, and future fish species distribution across Wisconsin streams and rivers. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, New Orleans, LA, July 13-17, 2006. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Seelbach PW. A landscape-based framework for ecological assessment of rivers across Illinois, Michigan, and Wisconsin. Poster presented at the EPA Watershed Central Workshop, Atlanta, GA, January 2007. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Steen PJ, Passino-Reader DR, Wiley MJ. Modeling freshwater fish presence and absence fro m landscape variables on three nested scales using tree analytical methods. Presented at the International Association for Great Lakes Research Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, May 25, 2005. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Steen PJ, Wiley MJ, Schaeffer JS, Stewart JS. Development of distribution models of Michigan riverine fish:does land use affect fish assemblages? Poster presented at the International Association for Great Lakes Research, Windsor, ON, May 23, 2006. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Steen PJ, Wiley MJ, Schaeffer JS, Stewart JS. The distribution of Michigan river fish: model development, results, and analysis. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Lake Placid, NY, September 12, 2006. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Stevenson RJ. New concepts in the United States:refining algal assessments by accounting for site-specific differences. Presented at the 6th International Symposium on the Use of Algae for Monitoring Rivers, Balatonfured, Hungary, September 12-16, 2006. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Wang L, Seelbach P, Lyons J. Effects of human disturbance on the influence of spatial scales on fish assemblages. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Madison, WI, August 2004. R830596 (Final)
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Presentation Wang L, Brenden T, Seelbach P, Cooper A, Clark R, Allan D, Wiley M. Fish-Landscape Based Reference and Stress-Gradient Identification for Michigan Streams. Presented at the Midwestern Fish and Wildlife Conference, Grand Rapids, MI, December 12, 2005. R830596 (Final)
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Proceedings Alexandridis K, Pijanowski B, Lei Z. The use of robust and efficient methodologies in agent-based modeling: case studies using repeated measures and behavioral components in the MABEL simulation model. In: Macal CM, Sallach D, North MJ, eds. Proceedings of the Agent 2004 Conference on Social Dynamics, Interaction, Reflexivity and Emergence, Argonne National Laboratory and the University of Chicago, October 7-9 , 2004, pp. 127-150. R830596 (Final)
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Proceedings Pijanowski BC. Afforestation patterns in the Upper Midwest, USA. In: Lafortezza R. Sanesi G, eds. Patterns and Processes in Forest Landscapes: Consequences of Human Management, Proceedings of the International Union of Forest Research Organizations (IUFRO) Unit 8.01.03 Landscape Ecology Conference, Locorotondo, Bari, Italy, September 26-29, 2006. R830596 (Final)
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Proceedings Roehl E, Risley J, Stewart J, Mitro M. Numerically optimized empirical modeling of highly dynamic, spatially expansive, and behaviorally heterogeneous hydrologic systems – part 1. In: Voinov A, Jakeman AJ, Rizzoli AE, eds. Proceedings of the iEMSs Third Biennial Meeting: Summit on Environmental Modelling and Software, International Environmental Modelling and Software Society , Burlington, Vermont, July 2006, Session 9. R830596 (Final)
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Proceedings Stewart J, Mitro M, Roehl E Jr, Risley J. Numerically optimized empirical modeling of highly dynamic, spatially expansive, and behaviorally heterogeneous hydrologic systems – part 2. In: Goubesville P, Cunge J, Guinot V, Liong SY, eds. Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Hydroinformatics, Nice, France, September 4-8, 2006. R830596 (Final)
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Proceedings Wiley MJ, Pijanowski BC, Richards P, Riseng C, Hyndman D, Seelbach P, Stevenson R. Combining valley segment classification with neural net modeling of landscape change: a new approach to integrated risk assessment for river ecosystems. In: Proceedings of Water Environment Federation 2004 Specialty Conference Series: Watershed 2004, Dearborn, Michigan, 2004. R830596 (Final)
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Report Holtrop AM, Hinz Jr. LC, Epifanio J. Ecological classification of rivers for environmental assessment and management: model development and risk assessment. Champaign, IL: Illinois Natural History Survey, Division of Ecology and Conservation Science, November 2006, Technical Report 2006/12. R830596 (Final)
Report Lyons J. Wisconsin STAR Grant Fish Modeling. Draft research report, December 2004. R830596 (Final)