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Central Plains Center for BioAssessment: Publications

Donley, S.R., L.C. Ferrington Jr., D. Huggins. 1998. Development of biological criteria for macroinvertebrates for streams of the Western Corn Belt Plains Ecoregion. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 90.
Beckemyer, R., D. Huggins. 1998. Checklist of Kansas damselflies. The Kansas School Naturalist 44(1):3-15.
Huggins, D., G.L. Howick. 1998. Effects of a large Kansas reservoir on downstream groundwater quality. Journal of Lake and Reservoir Management 14(1):86-91.
Beckemyer, R., D. Huggins. 1997. Checklist of Kansas dragonflies. The Kansas School Naturalist 43(2):3-15.
Van Schmus, D. 1996. Landscape-Based Assessment of Ecological Risk for Small Watersheds: Simple Modeling Techniques. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 75.
Lee, K., D. Huggins, E. Thurman. 1995. Effects of hydrophyte community structure on atrazine and alachlor degradation in wetlands. Versatility of Wetlands in the Agricultural Landscape. Orlando, FL:American Water Research Association. 525-538.
Bandi. D., D. Huggins. 1994. Converting Public Land Survey information into digital maps of improved accuracy and usefulness. ASPRS Annual Meeting.
Huggins, D., D. Bandi, K. Higgins. 1994. Identifying riparian buffers that function to control nonpoint source pollution impacts to instream communities: Feasibility study in the Delaware River Basin, Kansas. Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence, KS Report No. 21:45 pp.
Huggins, D., M.L. Johnson, J. deNoyelles. 1994. The ecotoxic effects of atrazine on aquatic ecosystems: An assessment of direct and indirect effects using structural equation modeling. Aquatic Mesocosm Studies in Ecological Risk Assessment. Ann Arbor, MI:Lewis Publishers, Inc.. 653-692.
Johnson, M.L., D. Huggins, J. deNoyelles. 1994. Structural equation modeling and ecosystem analysis. Aquatic Mesocosm Studies in Ecological Risk Assessment. Boca Raton, FL:Lewis Publishers, Inc.. 627-652.

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