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Complete list of publications for James H. Thorp

Thorp, J. H. 2009. Models of ecological processes in riverine ecosystems. Encyclopedia of Inland Waters. Chapter Vol. 1. San Diego, CA:Academic Press (Elsevier). 448-455.
Roach, K.A., J. H. Thorp, M.D. Delong. 2009. Influence of lateral gradients of hydrologic connectivity on trophic positions of fishes in the Upper Mississippi River. Freshwater Biology 54:607-620.
Delong, M.D., J. H. Thorp. 2009. Mollusc shell periostracum as an alternative to tissue in isotopic studies. Limnology and Oceanography Methods 7:436-441. Publication source
Thorp, J. H., M.C. Thoms, M.D. Delong. 2008. The Riverine Ecosystem Synthesis. Publication source
Sluss, T.D., G.A. Cobbs, J. H. Thorp. 2008. Impact of turbulence on riverine zooplankton: A mesocosm experiment. Freshwater Biology 53:1999-2010. Publication source
Moore, S.L., J. H. Thorp. 2008. Coping with hydrogeomorphic variations in a prairie river: Resiliency in young-of-the-year fishes. River Research and Applications 24:267-278. Publication source
Thorp, J. H., J.A. Stanford, M.C. Thoms, G.E. Petts. 2007. Editorial: Global partnerships and the International Society for River Science (ISRS). River Research and Applications 23:1-5. Publication source
Casper, A.F., J. H. Thorp. 2007. Diel and lateral patterns of zooplankton distribution in the St. Lawrence River. River Research and Applications 23(1):73-86. Publication source
Casper, A.F., J. H. Thorp, S.P. Davies, D.L. Courtemanch. 2006. Ecological responses of zoobenthos to dam removal on the Kennebec River, Maine, USA. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie Large Rivers 16(4):541-555.
Jack, J.D., W. Fang, J. H. Thorp. 2006. Vertical, lateral, and longitudinal movement of zooplankton in a large river. Freshwater Biology 51(9):1646-1654. Publication source
Thorp, J. H., M.C. Thoms, M.D. Delong. 2006. The riverine ecosystem synthesis: Biocomplexity in river networks across space and time. River Research and Applications 22(2):123-147. Publication source
Delong, M.D., J. H. Thorp. 2006. Significance of instream autotrophs in trophic dynamics of the Upper Mississippi River. Oecologia 147(1):76-85. Publication source
Buijse, A.D., F. Klijn, R.S.E.W. Leuven, H. Middlekoop, F. Scheimer, J. H. Thorp, H.P. Wolfert. 2005. Rehabilitation of large rivers: References, achievements and integration into river management. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie Suppl. Vol 155 (Large Rivers Vol. 15):715-738.
Hein, T., W. Reckendorfer, J. H. Thorp, F. Schiemer. 2005. The role of slackwater areas and the hydrologic exchange for biogeochemical processes in river corridors: Examples from the Austrian Danube. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie Suppl. Vol. 155 (Large Rivers Vol. 15):425-442.
Thorp, J. H., S. Mantovani. 2005. Zooplankton in turbid and hydrologically dynamic, prairie rivers. Freshwater Biology 50(9):1474-1491. Publication source
Thorp, J. H., A.F. Casper. 2003. Importance of biotic interactions in large rivers: An experiment with planktivorous fish, dreissenid mussels, and zooplankton in the St. Lawrence. River Research and Applications 19:265-279.
Jack, J.D., J. H. Thorp. 2002. Impacts of fish predation on an Ohio river zooplankton community. Journal of Plankton Research 24(2):119-127.
Greenwood, K.S., J. H. Thorp, R.B. Summers, D.L. Guelda. 2001. Effects of an exotic bivalve mollusk on benthic invertebrates and food quality in the Ohio River. Hydrobiologia 462:169-172.
Greenwood, K.S., J. H. Thorp. 2001. Aspects of ecology and conservation of sympatric, prosobranch snails in a large river. Hydrobiologia 455:229-236.


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