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Records 1 to 25 of 110 records from ORD-NERL from author Ken Fritz

Mushet, D., L. Alexander, M. Bennett, K. Schofield, J. Christensen, G. Ali, A. Pollard, K. Fritz, AND M. Lang. Differing Modes of Biotic Connectivity within Freshwater Ecosystem Mosaics. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION. American Water Resources Association, Middleburg, VA, 55(2):307-317, (2019). https://doi.org/10.1111/1752-1688.12683
Fritz, K., G. Pond, B. Johnson, AND C. Barton. Coarse particulate organic matter dynamics in ephemeral tributaries of a Central Appalachian stream network. Ecosphere. ESA Journals, 10(3):e02654, (2019). https://doi.org/10.1002/ecs2.2654
Fritz, K., G. Pond, B. Johnson, AND C. Barton. Ephemeral tributaries functionally connected to a Central Appalachian stream through asynchronicity of flow and particulate organic matter input. 2018 Universities Council on Water Resources, Pittsburgh, PA, June 26 - 28, 2018.
Lazorchak, Jim, J. Hoffman, M. Mills, K. Fritz, Greg Peterson, M. Pearson, T. Angradi, D. Walters, M. Elliott, S. Janssen, J. DeWild, D. Krabbenhoft, AND E. Pilgrim. Assessing the suitability of the Bad River as a reference system for the St Louis River AOC using geochemistry, biotic condition of macroinvertebrates and bioaccumulation of mercury. 2018 SETAC NA Annual Meeting, Sacramento, California, November 04 - 08, 2018.
Burke, R., K. Fritz, AND B. Johnson. Impacts of mountaintop removal coal mining on carbon and nitrogen cycling in West Virginia headwater streams. 6th Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds, Sheperdstown, West Virginia, July 23 - 27, 2018.
Alberts, J., K. Fritz, AND I. Buffam. Response to basal resources by stream macroinvertebrates is shaped by watershed urbanization, riparian canopy cover, and season. Freshwater Science. The Society for Freshwater Science, Springfield, IL, 37(3):640-652, (2018). https://doi.org/10.1086/699385
Lazorchak, Jim, K. Fritz, J. Meier, H. Haring, R. Yeardley, M. Mills, P. Wernsing, D. Walters, R. Otter, B. Armstrong, AND J. Kraus. Assessing remediation of contaminated sediments on the Ottawa River using chemical and biological endpoints (Big Rivers Ecology Course). Big Rivers Ecology Course, Thomas More Field Station, KY, July 30, 2018.
MCCREADY, J. H., R. B. YEARDLEY JR, O. O. Green, A. GILLILAND, W. D. SHUSTER, G. M. EVANS, T. D. LOECKE, B. BUTLER, J. P. SCHUBAUER-BERIGAN, H. THURSTON, J. BEAULIEU, A. GARMESTANI, D. J. MURRAY, L. Bozcek, M. BORST, P. MAYER, K. M. FRITZ, AND B. H. HILL. EPA Research To Support Sustainable Green Infrastructure Solutions In The Lick Run Watershed.
Benfield, E., K. Fritz, AND S. Tiegs. Leaf-Litter Breakdown. Chapter 27, Methods in Stream Ecology (Third Edition). Academic Press Incorporated, Orlando, FL, 2:71–8, (2017).
Fritz, K., M. Mills, Jim Lazorchak, AND W. Thoeny. Macroinvertebrate Assemblage Response to Contaminated Sediment Remediation in a Lacustuary System. 2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, Detroit, Michigan, May 20 - 24, 2018.
Hintz, C., T. Newcomer-Johnson, K. Fritz, AND I. Buffam. How is a stream impacted by burial? Examining the spatial variation within urban buried streams in Cincinnati, OH. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, Detroit, Michigan, May 20 - 24, 2018.
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). https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.2679
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.