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Leigh, C., B. Laporte, N. Bonada, K. Fritz, H. Pella, E. Sauquet, K. Tockner, AND T. Datry. IRBAS: An online database to collate, analyze, and synthesize data on the biodiversity and ecology of intermittent rivers worldwide. Ecology and Evolution. Wiley-Blackwell Publishing, Hoboken, NJ, 7(3):815-823, (2017). <a href="https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2679">https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2679</a>
Fritz, K., K. Schofield, L. Alexander, M. McManus, H. Golden, C. Lane, W. Kepner, S. LeDuc, J. DeMeester, AND A. Pollard. Physical and Chemical Connectivity of Streams and Riparian Wetlands to Downstream Waters: A Synthesis. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION. American Water Resources Association, Middleburg, VA, 54(2):323-345, (2018).
Lazorchak, Jim, K. Fritz, R. Yeardley, J. Meier, M. Mills, P. Wernsing, H. Haring, D. Walters, J. Kraus, AND B. Armstrong. Assessing the effectiveness of remediation of contaminated sediments in the Ottawa River Segment of the Maumee Great Lakes Area of Concern (AOC) using biological endpoints: toxicity, food web tissue contamination, biotic condition and DNA damage. UC Biology Department of Biology Seminar Series, Cincinnati, Ohio, March 05, 2018.
Datry, T., A. Boulton, N. Bonada, K. Fritz, C. Leigh, E. Sauquet, K. Tockner, B. Hugueny, AND C. Dahm. Flow intermittence and ecosystem services in rivers of the Anthropocene. Journal of Applied Ecology. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, 55(1):353-364, (2018).
Fritz, K., N. Cid, AND Brad Autrey. Governance, legislation and protection of intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams. Chapter 5, Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology & Management. ELSEVIER, AMSTERDAM, Holland, , 477-507, (2017).
Wohl, E., M. Mersel, A. Allen, K. Fritz, S. Kichefski, R. Lichvar, T. Nadeau, B. Topping, P. Trier, AND F. Vanderbilt. Synthesizing the scientific foundation for ordinary high water mark delineation in fluvial systems. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Galveston, TX, 2016.
Fritz, K., G. Pond, AND B. Johnson. Particulate organic matter dynamics in ephemeral tributaries of a Central Appalachian stream. 2017 Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, Raleigh, North Carolina, June 04 - 08, 2017.
Lazorchak, Jim, J. Meier, K. Fritz, H. Haring, M. Mills, P. Wernsing, D. Walters, J. Kraus, AND B. Armstrong. Assessing remediation of contaminated sediments using multiple biological endpoints: sediment toxicity, food web tissue contamination, biotic condition and DNA damage. SETAC World Congress, Orlando, FL, November 06 - 10, 2016.
BEAULIEU, J., P. MAYER, S. S. Kaushal, M. J. Pennino, C. P. Arango, D. A. Balz, T. J. CANFIELD, C. M. ELONEN, K. M. FRITZ, B. H. Hill, H. RYU, AND J. W. SANTO-DOMINGO. Effects of urban stream burial on organic matter dynamics and reach scale nitrate retention - final. BIOGEOCHEMISTRY. Springer, New York, NY, 121(1):107-126, (2014).
Lazorchak, Jim, J. Meier, K. Fritz, M. Mills, P. Wernsing, H. Haring, D. Walters, J. Kraus, AND B. Armstrong. Using a weight of evidence approach for assessing remediation of contaminated sediments using biological indicators, food web tissue contamination, biotic condition and DNA damage. SETAC Europe, Nantes, FRANCE, May 22 - 26, 2016.
Leigh, C., A. Boulton, J. Courtwright, K. Fritz, C. May, R. Walker, AND T. Datry. Ecological research and management of intermittent rivers: an historical review and future directions. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, 61(8):1181–1199, (2016).
Datry, T., K. Fritz, AND C. Leigh. Challenges, developments and perspectives in intermittent river ecology. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, 61(8):1171-1180, (2016).
Fritz, K. Characterizing hydrologic permanence in headwater streams. Invited seminar Virginia Tech University Stream Team, Blacksburg, VA, April 29, 2016.
Lazorchak, Jim, J. Meier, K. Fritz, M. Mills, P. Wernsing, H. Haring, D. Walters, J. Kraus, AND B. Armstrong. A weight of evidence approach for assessing remediation of contaminated sediments using food web tissue contamination, biotic condition and DNA damage. SETAC Europe, Nantes, FRANCE, May 22 - 26, 2016.
Pond, G., K. Fritz, AND B. Johnson. Macroinvertebrate and organic matter export from headwater tributaries of a Central Appalachian stream. HYDROBIOLOGIA. Springer, New York, NY, , 1-17, (2016).
Costigan, K., K. Jaeger, C. Goss, K. Fritz, AND P. Goebel. Understanding controls on flow permanence in intermittent rivers to aid ecological research: integrating meteorology, geology and land cover. ECOHYDROLOGY. Wiley Interscience, Malden, MA, , online, (2016).
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, AND DAVID M. WALTERS. FIELD OPERATIONS MANUAL FOR ASSESSING THE HYDROLOGIC PERMANENCE AND ECOLOGICAL CONDITION OF HEADWATER STREAMS. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-06/126 (NTIS PB2007-100972), 2006.
Burke, R., K. Fritz, C. Barton, B. Johnson, S. Fulton, D. Hardy, D. Word, AND J. Jack. Impacts of Mountaintop Removal and Valley Fill Coal Mining on C and N Processing in Terrestrial Soils and Headwater Streams. WATER, AIR, & SOIL POLLUTION. Springer, New York, NY, 225(8):225:2081, (2014).
Datry, T., S. Larned, K. Fritz, M. Bogan, P. Wood, E. Meyer, AND A. Santos. Broad-scale patterns of invertebrate richness and community composition in temporary rivers: effects of flow intermittence. ECOGRAPHY. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, 37(1):94-104, (2014).
Fritz, K., W. Wenerick, AND M. Kostich. A validation study of a rapid field-based rating system for discriminating among flow permanence classes of headwater streams in South Carolina. ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. Springer-Verlag, New York, NY, 52(5):1286-1298, (2013).
Johnson, B., K. Fritz, AND R. Price. Estimating benthic secondary production from aquatic insect emergence in streams affected by mountaintop removal coal mining, West Virginia USA. Fundamental and Applied Limnology. E. Schweizerbart'sche Verlagsbuchhandlung, Stuttgart, Germany, 182(3):191-204, (2013).
WALTERS, DAVID M., J. Blais, K. M. FRITZ, J. Kraus, T. Schmidt, AND J. Smol. Ecological subsidies: a conceptual framework for integrating ecosystem and exposure studies in linked aquatic-terrestrial systems. Presented at Society for Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
Fritz, K., E. Hagenbuch, E. D'Amico, M. Reif, Parker Wigington, S. Leibowitz, R. Comeleo, J. Ebersole, AND T. Nadeau. Comparing the extent and permanence of headwater streams from two field surveys to values from hydrographic databases and maps. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION. American Water Resources Association, Middleburg, VA, 49(4):867-882, (2013).
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, AND DAVID M. WALTERS. Characterization and classification of invertebrates as indicators of flow permanence in headwater streams. Presented at Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
Kosnicki, E., B. Schneid, K. M. FRITZ, AND J. Feminella. Are macroinvertebrate functional traits useful in differentiating hydrologically variable small piedmont streams and their recovery from drought? Presented at Society for Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
Datry, T., D. Arscott, M. Bogan, K. M. FRITZ, S. Larned, A. Santos, AND P. Wood. A cross-continental comparison of the effects of flow intermittence on benthic invertebrate assemblages. Presented at Society for Freshwater Science, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
FRITZ, K. M. AND J. W. Feminella. Invertebrate colonization of leaves and roots within sediments of intermittent coastal plain streams across hydrologic phases. AQUATIC SCIENCES. Birkhaeuser Verlag AG, Basel, Switzerland, 73(4):459-469, (2011).
BEAULIEU, J., S. S. Kaushal, P. MAYER, M. J. Pennino, C. P. Arango, D. A. Balz, K. M. FRITZ, AND B. C. Hill. Burial affects the biogeochemistry of headwater streams in a midwestern US metropolitan area. Presented at Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY, May 20 - 24, 2012.
WALTERS, D., K. M. FRITZ, AND D. L. PHILLIPS. REACH-SCALE GEOMORPHOLOGY AFFECTS ORGANIC MATTER AND CONSUMER Ä13C IN A FORESTED PIEDMONT STREAM. FRESHWATER BIOLOGY. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, 52(6):1105-1119, (2007).
JOHNSON, B. R., A. Haas, AND K. M. FRITZ. Use of spatially explicit physicochemical data to measure downstream impacts of headwater stream disturbance. WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH. American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC, 46:W09526, (2010).
RAIKOW, D., D. WALTERS, K. M. FRITZ, AND M. MILLS. The distance that contaminated aquatic subsidies extend into lake riparian zones. ECOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS. Ecological Society of America, Ithaca, NY, 21(3):983-990, (2011).
FRITZ, K. M. AND B. R. JOHNSON. Headwater streams - what are they and what do they do? Presented at Appalachian Stream Mitigation Workshop, Lexington, KY, April 11 - 15, 2011.
WAITS, E. R., J. W. MARTINSON, AND K. M. FRITZ. Changes in biodiversity and ecosystem function downstream from mountaintop removal and valley fill coal mining. Presented at SETAC North America 31st Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, November 07 - 11, 2010.
FRITZ, K. M., S. FULTON, B. R. JOHNSON, C. D. Barton, J. D. Jack, D. A. Word, AND R. A. BURKE. An assessment of cellulose filters as a standardized material for measuring litter breakdown in headwater streams. ECOHYDROLOGY. Wiley Interscience, Malden, MA, 4(3):469-476, (2011).
FRITZ, K. M., S. FULTON, B. R. JOHNSON, C. D. Barton, J. D. Jack, D. A. Word, AND R. A. BURKE. An Assessment of Cellulose Filters as a Standardized Material for Measuring Litter Breakdown in Headwater Streams . ECOHYDROLOGY. Wiley Interscience, Malden, MA, 4(3):469-476, (2011).
WALTERS, DAVID M., M. MILLS, K. M. FRITZ, AND D. RAIKOW. Spider-mediated flux of PCBs from contaminated sediments to terrestrial ecosystems and potential risks to arachnivorous birds. ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC, 44(8):2849-2856, (2010).
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, AND DAVID M. WALTERS. Physical indicators of hydrologic permanence in forested headwater streams. JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. North American Benthological Society, Lawrence, KS, 27(3):690-704, (2008).
LAZORCHAK, J. M., J. R. MEIER, K. M. FRITZ, P. A. WERNSING, M. MILLS, AND B. Patterson. Monitoring dredging effectiveness using biological and chemical markers of exposure. Presented at SETAC Europe, Seville, SPAIN, May 23 - 27, 2010.
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, AND R. Price. Export of detritus and invertebrate from headwater streams: linking mountaintop removal and valley fill coal mining to downstream receiving waters. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Sante Fe, NM, June 06 - 11, 2010.
JOHNSON, B. R., K. M. FRITZ, R. Price, C. F. Maxwell, E. Benfield, AND J. R. Webster. Assessment of corn and banana leaves as potential standardized substrates for leaf decomposition in streams affected by mountaintop removal coal mining, West Virginia, USA. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Sante Fe, NM, June 06 - 11, 2010.
FRITZ, K. M., S. FULTON, B. R. JOHNSON, C. D. Barton, J. D. Jack, D. A. Word, AND R. A. BURKE. Structural and functional characteristics of natural and constructed channels draining a reclaimed mountaintop removal and valley fill coal mine. JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. North American Benthological Society, Lawrence, KS, 29(2):673-689, (2010).
JOHNSON, B. R., K. M. FRITZ, K. A. BLOCKSOM, AND DAVID M. WALTERS. Larval salamanders and channel geomorphology are indicators of hydrologic permanence in forested headwater streams. ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 9(1):150-159, (2009).
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, AND R. Price. Hydrolytic activity and metabolism of sediment and epilithon in streams draining mountaintop removal coal mining, West Virginia, U.S.A. Presented at Southeastern Water Pollution Biologists Association 2009 Annual Meeting, Frankfort, KY, October 20 - 22, 2009.
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, M. PASSMORE, AND G. POND. Ecological consequences of elevated total dissolved solids associated with fossil fuel extraction in the United States. Presented at Thomas More College Ohio River Field Station Summer Seminar Series, California, KY, August 12, 2009.
FRITZ, K. M., S. FULTON, B. R. JOHNSON, C. D. Barton, J. D. Jack, D. A. Word, AND R. A. BURKE. Structural and Functional Characteristics of Natural and Constructed Channels Draining a Reclaimed Mountaintop Removal and Valley Fill Coal Mine . JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. North American Benthological Society, Lawrence, KS, 29(2):673-689, (2010).
COMPTON, J. E., R. L. DENNIS, H. A. WALKER, W. B. MILSTEAD, S. J. JORDAN, B. H. HILL, K. M. FRITZ, R. DEVEREUX, B. R. JOHNSON, J. BEAULIEU, J. S. LATIMER, J. Lynch, R. WAITE, AND C. Davis. Ecosystem Services Research Program, Pollutant Specific Studies: Nitrogen Regulations Services Implementation Plan. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-09/091, 2009.
JOHNSON, B. R., K. M. FRITZ, AND R. Price. Estimating benthic secondary production from aquatic insect emergence in streams affected by mountaintop removal coal mining, West Virginia, USA. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Grand Rapids, MI, May 17 - 22, 2009.
JOHNSON, B. R., K. M. FRITZ, AND R. Price. Development of rapid methods for measuring stream ecosystem functions in the Appalachian coal mining region: preliminary results. Presented at West Virginia Coal Association, Charleston, WV, December 11, 2008.
FRITZ, K. M., J. M. Glime, J. Hrbljan, AND J. GREENWOOD. Can bryophytes be used to characterize hydrologic permanence in forested headwater streams? ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS. Elsevier Science Ltd, New York, NY, 9(4):681-692, (2009).
FRITZ, K. M. Removing mountains & filling valleys: Appalachian coal mining & headwater streams. Presented at Appalachian State University Department of Biology Seminar, Boone, NC, October 22, 2008.
JOHNSON, B. R., K. M. FRITZ, AND R. Price. Regional methods program: Development of rapid measures of stream ecosystem functions in the Appalachian mining region. Presented at Biological Advisory Committee Annual Meeting, Fort Meade, MD, October 09 - 11, 2008.
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, AND R. Price. Sediment and epilithon metabolism and hydrolytic activity in streams affected by mountaintop removal coal mining, West Virginia, U.S.A. Presented at North American Benthological Society, 57 Annual Meeting, Grand Rapids, MI, May 17 - 22, 2009.
Walters, D. M., M. MILLS, K. M. FRITZ, AND D. RAIKOW. Using riparian spiders as sentinels of PCB export and risk at contaminated sediment sites. Presented at SETAC , New Orleans, LA, November 14 - 23, 2009.
RAIKOW, D., DAVID M. WALTERS, K. M. FRITZ, AND M. MILLS. Legacy contamination of streams: forgotten but not gone. Presented at Powdermill Nature Reserve, Rector, PA, June 22, 2009.
JOHNSON, B. R., A. HAAS, AND K. M. FRITZ. Use of geospatial data to predict downstream influence of coal mining in Appalachia. Presented at Mid-Atlantic Stream Restoration Conference, Cumberland, MD, November 07 - 08, 2007.
WALTERS, DAVID M., K. M. FRITZ, D. RAIKOW, M. MILLS, AND R. R. Otter. Tracking contaminant flux from aquatic to terrestrial food webs. Presented at 6th International Conference on Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies, Honolulu, HI, August 25 - 29, 2008.
WALTERS, DAVID M., K. M. FRITZ, AND R. R. Otter. The dark side of suibsidies: quantifying contaminant exposure to riparian predators via stream insects. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Salt Lake City, UT, May 25 - 30, 2008.
FRITZ, K. M. Research to inform policy on headwater streams: ongoing and future directions--oral presentation. Presented at Southern Illinois University Zoology Department Seminar, Carbondale, IL, May 01, 2008.
FRITZ, K. M. Research to inform policy on headwater streams: ongoing and future directions. Presented at Office of Science Policy Seminar for Office of Water, Washington, DC, December 12, 2007.
FRITZ, K. M., S. FULTON, B. R. JOHNSON, C. Barton, J. Jack, D. Word, AND R. A. BURKE. Do post-mining constructed channels replace functional characteristics of headwater streams? Presented at Mid-Atlantic Stream Restoration Conference, Cumberland, MD, November 07 - 08, 2007.
FRITZ, K. M. Are bryophytes useful indicators of hydrologic permanence in forested headwater streams? Presented at North American Benthological Society, Salt Lake City, UT, May 25 - 30, 2008.
RYBCZYNSKI, S., DAVID M. WALTERS, K. M. FRITZ, AND B. R. JOHNSON. Comparing trophic position of stream fishes using stable isotope and gut contents analyses. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, 17(2):199-206, (2008).
BURKE, R. A., K. M. FRITZ, B. R. JOHNSON, S. FULTON, AND C. Barton. Impact of Mountaintop Mining/Valley Fill on the Stable Carbon Isotopic Composition and Concentration of Dissolved Organic Carbon and Dissolved Inorganic Carbon in Headwater Streams. Presented at 6th International Conference on Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies, Honolulu, HI, August 25 - 29, 2008.
BURKE, R. A., K. M. FRITZ, B. R. JOHNSON, S. FULTON, AND C. Barton. Relationship Between Watershed Land Use and Denitrification Enzyme Activity in Headwater Streams. Presented at Denitrification Research Coordination Network Workshop, Cambridge, MD, May 27 - 30, 2008.
FRITZ, K. M. DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS, METHODS AND ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES FOR HEADWATER STREAMS - PRESENTATION. Presented at Intermittent Streams Workshop - Advances in Monitoring for Water Quality Standards, Washington, DC, July 30 - 31, 2007.
JOHNSON, B. R., A. HAAS, AND K. M. FRITZ. USE OF GEOSPATIAL DATA TO PREDICT DOWNSTREAM IMPACTS OF COAL MINING IN AN APPALACHIAN WATERSHED. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Columbia, SC, June 03 - 07, 2007.
FRITZ, K. M. SCIENCE TO INFORM POLICY ON PROTECTION OF HEADWATER STREAMS. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Columbia, SC, June 03 - 07, 2007.
WALTERS, D., K. M. FRITZ, AND D. L. PHILLIPS. REACH-SCALE GEOMORPHOLOGY AFFECTS ORGANIC MATTER AND CONSUMER Ä 13C IN A FORESTED PIEDMONT STREAM. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Columbia, SC, June 03 - 07, 2007.
FRITZ, K. M., S. FULTON, B. R. JOHNSON, C. BARTON, J. JACK, D. WORD, AND R. A. BURKE. DO POST-MINING CONSTRUCTED CHANNELS REPLACE FUNCTIONAL ATTRIBUTES OF HEADWATER STREAMS? Presented at North American Benthological Society, Columbia, SC, June 03 - 07, 2007.
JOHNSON, B. R., A. HAAS, AND K. M. FRITZ. USE OF GEOSPATIAL DATA TO PREDICT DOWNSTREAM IMPACTS OF COAL MINING IN AN APPALACHIAN WATESHED. Presented at Association of Mid-Atlantic Aquatic Biologists, Berkeley Springs, WV, April 04 - 05, 2007.
FRITZ, K. M. INDICATORS OF HYDROLOGIC PERMANENCE IN HEADWATER STREAMS. Presented at SWIMS Conference, Chicago, IL, January 30 - February 01, 2007.
FRITZ, K. M. SURFACE COAL MINING AND HEADWATER STREAMS IN EASTERN KENTUCKY. Presented at Department of Biology Seminar, Murray, KY, October 26, 2006.
FRITZ, K. M. AND B. R. JOHNSON. DEVELOPMENT OF RAPID FUNCTIONAL METHODS FOR HEADWATER STREAMS. Presented at Biological Advisory Committee Meeting, Seattle, WA, October 02 - 05, 2006.
FRITZ, K. M. DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS, METHODS AND ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES FOR HEADWATER STREAMS. Presented at Biological Advisory Committee Meeting, Seattle, WA, October 02 - 05, 2006.
Flotemersch, J E., K Fritz, K A. Blocksom, P. Nolan, AND M. Passmore. STREAMS TO RIVERS: THE NEXT GENERATION OF ECOSYSTEM MONITORING. Presented at Science Forum 2003, Washington, DC, May 5-7, 2003.
Fritz, K M. AND W. K. Dodds. HARSHNESS: CHARACTERIZATION OF INTERMITTENT STREAM HABITAT OVER SPACE AND TIME. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Athens, GA, May 27-31, 2003.
Fritz, K M. DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS, METHODS AND ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES FOR USE IN HEADWATER INTERMITTENT STREAMS. Presented at Surface Water Monitoring and Standards Meeting, Chicago, IL, February 04 - 05, 2004.
Fritz, K M. AND J. W. Feminella. THE EFFECTS OF RIPARIAN MANAGEMENT ON DETRITUS PROCESSING AND INVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGES IN COASTAL PLAIN INTERMITTENT STREAMS. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Vancouver, Canada, June 6-10, 2004.
Fritz, K M., B R. Johnson, D M. Walters, AND J E. Flotemersch. ASSESSING HEADWATER STREAMS: LINKING LANDSCAPES TO STREAM NETWORKS. Presented at Science Forum 2004, Washington, DC, June 1-3, 2004.
Fritz, K M. INTERMITTENT STREAMS: NOT JUST A DRY TOPIC. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Athens, GA, May 26 - 31, 2003.
FRITZ, K. M. DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS, METHODS AND ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES IN FIRST ORDER AND INTERMITTENT STREAMS: HEADWATER INTERMITTENT STREAMS STUDY. Presented at Biological Advisory Committee Meeting, Newport, RI, October 13 - 16, 2006.
Fritz, K M., B R. Johnson, AND D M. Walters. HEADWATER INTERMITTENT STREAM WORKSHOP (NEAEB). Presented at New England Association of Environmental Biologists, Hancock, MA, March 17 - 19, 2004.
BURKE, R. A., S. FULTON, K. M. FRITZ, B. R. JOHNSON, AND C. BARTON. EFFECTS OF MOUNTAINTOP MINING/VALLEY FILL (MTM/VF) ON FUNCTIONAL INDICATORS IN APPALACHIAN HEADWATER STREAMS. Presented at EPA Regional Science Workshop on Headwaters and Associated Wetlands in the Mid-Atlantic Highlands Region, Philadelphia, PA, June 20 - 21, 2006.
FRITZ, K. M. DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS, METHODS AND ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES FOR USE IN HEADWATER INTERMITTENT STREAMS. Presented at New England Association of Environmental Biologists, Hancock, MA, March 17 - 19, 2004.
FRITZ, K. M. AND DAVID M. WALTERS. HEADWATER INTERMITTENT STREAM WORKSHOP (MID-ATLANTIC WPBW). Presented at Mid-Atlantic Pollution Biology Workshop, Berkeley Springs, WV, March 24 - 26, 2004.
RYBCZYNSKI, S., DAVID M. WALTERS, K. M. FRITZ, AND B. R. JOHNSON. CORRESPONDENCE OF STABLE ISOTOPE AND GUT CONTENTS ANALYSES IN DETERMINING TROPHIC POSITION OF STREAM FISHES. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Anchorage, AK, June 04 - 09, 2006.
GREENWOOD, J. AND K. M. FRITZ. POTENTIAL USE OF ALGAE AS INDICATORS OF HYDROLOGIC PERMANENCE IN HEADWATER STREAMS: INITIAL DATA EXPLORATION. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Anchorage, AK, June 04 - 09, 2006.
FRITZ, K. M. AND B. R. JOHNSON. INVERTEBRATE ASSEMBLAGES FROM HEADWATER STREAMS WITH DIFFERENT FLOW PERMANENCE. Presented at North American Benthological Society, Anchorage, AK, June 04 - 09, 2006.
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, R. A. BURKE, P. J. WIGINGTON JR, B. H. HILL, C. T. NIETCH, AND R. J. BRUINS. ESTABLISHING THE IMPORTANCE OF HEADWATER STREAMS: CONCEPTS AND PRELIMINARY APPLICATIONS. Presented at Headwaters Workgroup, AWRA Meeting, Seattle, WA, November 09, 2005.
WALTERS, DAVID M., K. M. FRITZ, B. R. JOHNSON, S. RYBCZYNSKI, AND J. M. LAZORCHAK. CARBON, CONTAMINANTS AND CREEKS: USING STABLE ISOTOPES AND PCBS TO TRACK ENERGY FLOW THROUGH STREAM FOODWEBS. Presented at University of Georgia Institute of Ecology, Athens, GA, November 04, 2005.
GREENWOOD, J. AND K. M. FRITZ. POTENTIAL USE OF BENTHIC ALGAE AS HYDROLOGIC INDICATORS FOR HEADWATER STREAMS: SOME DATA EXPLORATION. Presented at North American Diatom Symposium, Mobile, AL, October 31 - November 04, 2005.
WALTERS, D., K. M. FRITZ, B. R. JOHNSON, AND J. M. LAZORCHAK. USING STABLE ISOTOPES TO TRACK BIOMAGNIFICATION OF POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS (PCBS) THROUGH STREAM FOOD WEBS. Presented at SETAC, Baltimore, MD, November 13 - 17, 2005.
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, DAVID M. WALTERS, J. E. FLOTEMERSCH, M. PASSMORE, D. MCDONALD, J. KURTENBACH, E. HAMMER, G. HAYSLIP, AND L. HERGER. HEADWATER INTERMITTENT STREAMS STUDY: COLLABORATION ACROSS THE NATION. Presented at 2005 EPA Science Forum, Washington, DC, May 16 - 18, 2005.
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, AND DAVID M. WALTERS. FACTORS CONTROLLING THE HYDROLOGIC PERMANENCE OF HEADWATER STREAMS. Presented at Mid-Atlantic Aquatic Biologists Workshop, Berkeley Springs, WV, March 24 - 25, 2005.
WALTERS, DAVID M., K. M. FRITZ, B. R. JOHNSON, AND J. M. LAZORCHAK. USING STABLE ISOTOPES TO TRACK BIOMAGNIFICATION OF POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS (PCBS) THROUGH STREAM FOOD WEBS. Presented at North American Benthological Society, New Orleans, LA, May 22 - 28, 2005.
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, AND D. M. WALTERS. FACTORS CONTROLLING HYDROLOGIC PERMANENCE OF HEADWATER STREAMS. Presented at North American Benthological Society, New Orleans, LA, May 23 - 27, 2005.
FRITZ, K. M., B. R. JOHNSON, J. GREENWOOD, AND DAVID M. WALTERS. REGIONAL METHODS INITIATIVE: DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICAL INDICATORS, METHODS AND ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES IN FIRST ORDER AND INTERMITTENT STREAMS: HEADWATER INTERMITTENT STREAMS STUDY. Presented at SWIMS Conference, Chicago, IL, February 01 - 03, 2005.
JOHNSON, B. R. AND K. M. FRITZ. ARE SALAMANDERS USEFUL INDICATORS OF HYDROLOGIC PERMANENCE IN HEADWATER STREAMS? Presented at North American Benthological Society, New Orleans, LA, May 23 - 27, 2005.