David A. Lytle
David A. Lytle
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Adaptation to natural flow regimes
DA Lytle, NLR Poff
Trends in ecology & evolution 19 (2), 94-100, 2004
16832004
Theory, methods and tools for determining environmental flows for riparian vegetation: riparian vegetation‐flow response guilds
DM Merritt, ML Scott, N LeRoy Poff, GT Auble, DA Lytle
Freshwater Biology 55 (1), 206-225, 2010
3442010
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
Hydrologic regimes and riparian forests: a structured population model for cottonwood
DA Lytle, DM Merritt
Ecology 85 (9), 2493-2503, 2004
2122004
Disturbance regimes and life-history evolution
DA Lytle
The American Naturalist 157 (5), 525-536, 2001
1832001
Ecosystem effects of environmental flows: modelling and experimental floods in a dryland river
PB Shafroth, AC Wilcox, DA Lytle, JT Hickey, DC Andersen, ...
Freshwater Biology 55 (1), 68-85, 2010
1802010
Automated insect identification through concatenated histograms of local appearance features: feature vector generation and region detection for deformable objects
N Larios, H Deng, W Zhang, M Sarpola, J Yuen, R Paasch, A Moldenke, ...
Machine Vision and Applications 19 (2), 105-123, 2008
1522008
Severe drought drives novel community trajectories in desert stream pools
MT Bogan, DA Lytle
Freshwater Biology 56 (10), 2070-2081, 2011
1482011
Constraints on primary producer N: P stoichiometry along N: P supply ratio gradients
SR Hall, VH Smith, DA Lytle, MA Leibold
Ecology 86 (7), 1894-1904, 2005
1442005
Are large‐scale flow experiments informing the science and management of freshwater ecosystems?
JD Olden, CP Konrad, TS Melis, MJ Kennard, MC Freeman, MC Mims, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (3), 176-185, 2014
1432014
Large-scale flow experiments for managing river systems
CP Konrad, JD Olden, DA Lytle, TS Melis, JC Schmidt, EN Bray, ...
BioScience 61 (12), 948-959, 2011
1342011
Seasonal flow variation allows ‘time‐sharing’by disparate aquatic insect communities in montane desert streams
MT Bogan, DA Lytle
Freshwater Biology 52 (2), 290-304, 2007
1322007
Flow intermittency alters longitudinal patterns of invertebrate diversity and assemblage composition in an arid‐land stream network
MT Bogan, KS Boersma, DA Lytle
Freshwater Biology 58 (5), 1016-1028, 2013
1282013
Dispersal strength determines meta‐community structure in a dendritic riverine network
M Cañedo‐Argüelles, KS Boersma, MT Bogan, JD Olden, I Phillipsen, ...
Journal of Biogeography 42 (4), 778-790, 2015
1272015
Flash floods and aquatic insect life‐history evolution: evaluation of multiple models
DA Lytle
Ecology 83 (2), 370-385, 2002
1242002
Flow management for hydropower extirpates aquatic insects, undermining river food webs
TA Kennedy, JD Muehlbauer, CB Yackulic, DA Lytle, SW Miller, KL Dibble, ...
BioScience 66 (7), 561-575, 2016
120*2016
Population genetic structure reveals terrestrial affinities for a headwater stream insect
DS Finn, MS Blouin, DA Lytle
Freshwater Biology 52 (10), 1881-1897, 2007
1202007
Seasonality and predictability shape temporal species diversity
JD Tonkin, MT Bogan, N Bonada, B Rios‐Touma, DA Lytle
Ecology 98 (5), 1201-1216, 2017
1192017
The role of dispersal in river network metacommunities: Patterns, processes, and pathways
JD Tonkin, F Altermatt, DS Finn, J Heino, JD Olden, SU Pauls, DA Lytle
Freshwater Biology 63 (1), 141-163, 2018
1122018
Resistance and resilience of invertebrate communities to seasonal and supraseasonal drought in arid‐land headwater streams
MT Bogan, KS Boersma, DA Lytle
Freshwater Biology 60 (12), 2547-2558, 2015
1082015
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