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Martin, R., E. Waits, AND C. Nietch. Empirically-based modeling and mapping to consider the co-occurrence of ecological receptors and stressors. SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT. Elsevier BV, AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, 613(614):1228-1239, (2018).
WAITS, E. R., S. Morris, B. Rinner, D. PROESTOU, D. M. CHAMPLIN, AND D. E. NACCI. Genetic architecture of evolved tolerance to PCBs in the estuarine fish Fundulus heteroclitus. Presented at SETAC North America, Boston, MA, November 13 - 17, 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.
WAITS, E. R., T. Bartman, AND D. W. Nebert. Identification and evaluation of candidate genes associated with susceptibility to PCB-126 induced developmental toxicity: a genome-wide analysis. Presented at SETAC North America 31st Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, November 07 - 11, 2010.
WAITS, E. R. Quantitative trait loci (QTL) analysis of PCB126 induced developmental toxicity in zebrafish. Presented at SETAC, New Orleans, LA, November 19 - 23, 2009.
Kim, K., U. STOLZ, N. J. Miller, E. R. WAITS, T. Guillemaud, D. V. Sumerford, AND T. W. Sappington. A core set of microsatellite markers for Western Corn Rootworm (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) population genetics studies. ENVIRONMENTAL ENTOMOLOGY. Entomological Society of America, Lantham, MD, 37(2):293-300, (2008).
WAITS, E. R. AND U. STOLZ. POLYMORPHIC MICROSATELLITE LOCI FROM NORTHERN AND MEXICAN CORN ROOTWORMS (INSECTA: COLEOPTERA: CHRYSOMELIDAE) AND CROSS-AMPLIFICATION WITH OTHER DIABROTICA SPP. MOLECULAR ECOLOGY NOTES. Blackwell Publishing, Malden, MA, 8:707-709, (2008).
BLUM, M. J., E. R. WAITS, M. BAGLEY, S. A. JACKSON, F. B. DANIEL, F. H. MCCORMICK, D. J. CHALOUD, AND J. M. LAZORCHAK. IN-STREAM AND WATERSHED PREDICTORS OF GENETIC DIVERSITY, EFFECTIVE POPULATION SIZE AND IMMIGRATION ACROSS RIVER-STREAM NETWORKS. Presented at American Fisheries Society, San Francisco, CA, September 02 - 06, 2007.
BENCIC, D. C., A. D. BIALES, R. W. FLICK, E. R. WAITS, TIM COLLETTE, D. GETER, M. OKINO, AND R. TORNERO-VELEZ. LINKING 'OMIC AND GENETIC DATA TO PHYSIOLOGICALLY-BASED PHARMACOKINETIC AND PHARMACODYNAMIC MODELING TO ENHANCE ECOLOGICAL AND HUMAN HEALTH RISK ASSESSMENT. Presented at 2005 EPA Science Forum, Washington, DC, May 16 - 18, 2005.
BAGLEY, M., M. J. BLUM, S. E. FRANSON, E. HEKKALA, S. A. JACKSON, AND E. R. WAITS. MOLECULAR GENETIC TOOLS FOR ASSESSING THE STATUS AND VULNERABILITY OF AQUATIC RESOURCES. Presented at 2005 EPA Science Forum, Washington, DC, May 16 - 18, 2005.
Bagley, M J., S A. Jackson, S E. Franson, AND E R. Waits. GENETIC DIVERSITY OF STREAM FISH IN THE MID-ATLANTIC INTEGRATED ASSESSMENT AREA. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-04/175 (NTIS PB2006-114613), 2004.
Bagley, M J., S E. Franson, S A. Christ, E R. Waits, AND G P. Toth. GENETIC DIVERSITY AS AN INDICATOR OF ECOSYSTEM CONDITION AND SUSTAINABILITY: UTILITY FOR REGIONAL ASSESSMENTS OF STREAM CONDITION IN THE EASTERN UNITED STATES. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, EPA/600/R-03/056 (NTIS PB2004107063), 2003.
Bagley, M J., S A. Christ, S E. Franson, AND E R. Waits. MEASURES OF GENETIC DIVERSITY ARE EFFECTIVE TOOLS FOR EVALUATING ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITION. Presented at Science Forum 2003, Washington, DC, May 5-7, 2003.
Christ, S A., M J. Bagley, E R. Waits, AND G P. Toth. GENETIC STRUCTURE OF CREEK CHUB (SEMOTILUS ATROMACULATUS) POPULATIONS IN COAL MINING-IMPACTED AREAS OF THE EASTERN UNITED STATES, AS DETERMINED BY MTDNA SEQUENCING AND AFLP ANALYSIS. Presented at American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Kansas City, MO, July 3-8, 2002.
Waits, E R., M J. Bagley, J M. Lazorchak, AND F H. McCormick. STABLE GENETIC STRUCTURE OF CENTRAL STONEROLLER POPULATIONS IN A POLLUTED URBAN STREAM. Presented at Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Salt Lake City, UT, November 18-22, 2002.