Brad W. Taylor
Brad W. Taylor
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Overfishing of inland waters
JD Allan, R Abell, ZEB Hogan, C Revenga, BW Taylor, RL Welcomme, ...
BioScience 55 (12), 1041-1051, 2005
6742005
Loss of a harvested fish species disrupts carbon flow in a diverse tropical river
BW Taylor, AS Flecker, RO Hall
Science 313 (5788), 833-836, 2006
2832006
Fish distributions and nutrient cycling in streams: can fish create biogeochemical hotspots
PB McIntyre, AS Flecker, MJ Vanni, JM Hood, BW Taylor, SA Thomas
Ecology 89 (8), 2335-2346, 2008
2702008
Variation in mayfly size at metamorphosis as a developmental response to risk of predation
BL Peckarsky, BW Taylor, AR McIntosh, MA McPeek, DA Lytle
Ecology 82 (3), 740-757, 2001
2142001
Linking economic activities to the distribution of exotic plants
BW Taylor, RE Irwin
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (51), 17725-17730, 2004
1972004
Improving the fluorometric ammonium method: matrix effects, background fluorescence, and standard additions
BW Taylor, CF Keep, RO Hall Jr, BJ Koch, LM Tronstad, AS Flecker, ...
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26 (2), 167-177, 2007
1732007
Hydrologic and behavioral constraints on oviposition of stream insects: implications for adult dispersal
BL Peckarsky, BW Taylor, CC Caudill
Oecologia 125 (2), 186-200, 2000
1592000
Migratory fishes as material and process subsidies in riverine ecosystems
AS Flecker, PB McIntyre, JW Moore, JT Anderson, BW Taylor, RO Hall Jr
American Fisheries Society Symposium 73 (2), 559-592, 2010
1582010
Interactions between herbivorous fishes and limiting nutrients in a tropical stream ecosystem
AS Flecker, BW Taylor, ES Bernhardt, JM Hood, WK Cornwell, SR Cassatt, ...
Ecology 83 (7), 1831-1844, 2002
1442002
Predator chemicals induce changes in mayfly life history traits: a whole‐stream manipulation
BL Peckarsky, AR McIntosh, BW Taylor, J Dahl
Ecology 83 (3), 612-618, 2002
1442002
Effects of size at metamorphosis on stonefly fecundity, longevity, and reproductive success
BW Taylor, CR Anderson, BL Peckarsky
Oecologia 114 (4), 494-502, 1998
1271998
The influence of predatory fish on mayfly drift: extrapolating from experiments to nature
AR Mcintosh, BL Peckarsky, BW Taylor
Freshwater Biology 47 (8), 1497-1513, 2002
1022002
Ecosystem engineering by a tropical tadpole: density-dependent effects on habitat structure and larval growth rates
AS Flecker, BP Feifarek, BW Taylor
Copeia, 495-500, 1999
1001999
Tropical fishes as biological bulldozers: density effects on resource heterogeneity and species diversity
AS Flecker, BW Taylor
Ecology 85 (8), 2267-2278, 2004
962004
The Didymo story: the role of low dissolved phosphorus in the formation of Didymosphenia geminata blooms
ML Bothwell, BW Taylor, C Kilroy
Diatom Research 29 (3), 229-236, 2014
862014
Rapid size-specific changes in the drift of Baetis bicaudatus (Ephemeroptera) caused by alterations in fish odour concentration
AR McIntosh, BL Peckarsky, BW Taylor
Oecologia 118 (2), 256-264, 1999
851999
How body size mediates the role of animals in nutrient cycling in aquatic ecosystems
RO Hall, BJ Koch, MC Marshall, BW Taylor, LM Tronstad
Body size: the structure and function of aquatic ecosystems, 286-305, 2007
842007
Sampling stream invertebrates using electroshocking techniques: implications for basic and applied research
BW Taylor, AR McIntosh, BL Peckarsky
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (3), 437-445, 2001
682001
Sampling stream invertebrates using electroshocking techniques: implications for basic and applied research
BW Taylor, AR McIntosh, BL Peckarsky
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58 (3), 437-445, 2001
682001
Influence of handling stress and fasting on estimates of ammonium excretion by tadpoles and fish: recommendations for designing excretion experiments
MR Whiles, AD Huryn, BW Taylor, JD Reeve
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 7 (1), 1-7, 2009
652009
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