Publications - Dr. Lindsey Bruckerhoff

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  1. Wolfenkoehler, W., J.M. Long, R. Gary, R.A. Snow, J.D. Schooley, L.A. Bruckerhoff, and R.C. Longsinger. 2023. Viability of side-scan sonar to enumerate Paddlefish, a large pelagic freshwater fish, in rivers and reservoirs. Fisheries Research 261:106639.
  2. Gido, K.B., S.C. Hedden, L.A. Bruckerhoff, C.A. Pennock, C.K. Hedden, G.W. Hopper, E.A. Renner, E.R. Johnson, and B.J. Postlethwait. Removing a perched culvert facilitates dispersal of fishes in an intermittent prairie stream. Freshwater Science. Accepted.
  3. Pennock, C.A., L.A. Bruckerhoff, K.B. Gido, A.L. Barkalow, M.J. Breen, P. Budy, W.W. Macfarlane, and D.L. Propst. 2022. Failure to achieve recommended environmental flows coincides with declining fish populations: Long‐term trends in regulated and unregulated rivers. Freshwater Biology, 67(9), pp.1631-1643.
  4. Schmidt, J.S., L.A. Bruckerhoff, H. Salehabadi, and J. Wang. 2022. Chapter 10: The Colorado River. In: Large Rivers: Geomorphology and Management. (eds) A. Gupta. Wiley-Blackwell.
  5. Schmidt, J.C., L.A. Bruckerhoff, J. Wang, and C.B. Yackulic. 2022. The Colorado River- The science-policy interface. Book Chapter in: Cornerstone at the Confluence: Navigating the Colorado River Compact’s Next Century. Chapter 8. Edited by J.A. Robison. The University of Arizona Press.
  6. Bruckerhoff, L.A., K. Wheeler, K. Dibble, B.A. Mihalevich, B.T. Neilson, J. Wang, C.B. Yackulic, and J.C. Schmidt. 2022. Water storage decisions and consumptive use may constrain ecosystem management under severe sustained drought. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 58:654-672.
  7. Bruckerhoff, L.A., C.A. Pennock, and K.B. Gido. 2021. Do fine-scale experiments underestimate predator consumption rates? Journal of Animal Ecology 90:2391-2403.
  8. Wheeler, K., E. Kuhn. L.A. Bruckerhoff, B. Udall, J. Wang, L. Gilbert, S. Goeking, A. Kasprak, B. Mihalevich, B. Neilson, H. Salehabadi, and J.C. Schmidt. 2021. Alternative Management Paradigms for the Future of the Colorado and Green Rivers. Quinney College of Natural Resources, Utah State University, Center for Colorado River Studies White Paper No. 6.
  9. Bruckerhoff, L.A., K.B. Gido, M. Estey, and P.J. Moore. 2021. Disentangling effects of predators and landscape factors as drivers of stream fish community structure. Freshwater Biology 66:656-668.
  10. Bruckerhoff, L.A., L.K. Kamees, A. Holycross, and C. Painter. 2021. Patterns of survival of a communally overwintering rattlesnake using an artificial hibernaculum. Ichthyology & Herpetology (formerly Copeia) 109(1):64-74.
  11. Hedden, S.C, L.A. Bruckerhoff, and K.B. Gido. 2021. Assessing linkages between small impoundments and long-term trajectories of prairie stream fish assemblages. American Midland Naturalist 185: 187-200.
  12. Hopper, G, K.B. Gido, C.A. Pennock, S.C. Hedden, B.D. Frenette, N. Barts, C.K. Hedden, and L.A. Bruckerhoff. 2020. Nowhere to swim: interspecific responses of prairie stream fishes in isolated pools during severe drought. Aquatic Sciences. 82:42.
  13. Bruckerhoff, L.A., K. Connell, J. Guinnip, E. Adhikari, A. Godar, K. Gido, A. Boyle, A. Hope, A. Joern, and E. Welti. 2020. Harmony on the prairie? Grassland plant and animal community responses to variation in climate across land-use gradients. Ecology 101: e02986.
  14. Pennock, C.A., and L.A. Bruckerhoff. 2020. Qualitative observations of successful spawning by two species of small-bodied minnows following PIT tagging. Western North American Naturalist 80: 253-256.
  15. Hopper, G., K.B. Gido, C.A. Pennock, S.C. Hedden, J.P. Guinnip, M.A. Fisher, C.M. Tobler, C.K. Hedden and L.A. Bruckerhoff. 2019. Biomass loss and change in species dominance shift stream community excretion stoichiometry during severe drought. Freshwater Biology 65: 403-416.
  16. Frenette, B.D., L.A. Bruckerhoff, M. Tobler, and K.B.Gido. 2019. Temperature effects on performance and physiology of two prairie stream minnows. Conservation Physiology 7(1): coz063.
  17. Dodds, W.K., L.A. Bruckerhoff, D. Batzer, A. Schechner, C. Pennock, E. Renner, F. Tromboni, K.Bigham, and S. Grieger. 2019. The freshwater biome gradient framework: predicting macroscale properties based on latitude, altitude, and precipitation. Ecosphere 10:e02786.
  18. Bruckerhoff, L.A. and K.B. Gido. 2019. Assessing site-selection strategies for modeling the influence of landscape factors on stream fish assemblages. In: American Fisheries Society Symposium Book: Advances in Understanding Landscape Influences on Freshwater Habitats and Biological Assemblages.
  19. Bruckerhoff, L.A., D.D. Magoulick, and D.R. Leasure. 2019. Flow-ecology relationships are spatially structured and differ among flow regimes. Journal of Applied Ecology 56: 398-412.
  20. Bruckerhoff, L.A. and D.D. Magoulick. 2017. Hydrologic regimes as potential drivers of morphologic divergence in fish. Evolutionary Ecology 31: 517-531.
  21. Bruckerhoff, L.A., J.E. Havel, and S. Knight. 2015. Survival of invasive aquatic plants after air exposure and implications for dispersal by recreational boats. Hydrobiologia 746: 113-121.
  22. Havel, J. E., L.A. Bruckerhoff, M.A. Funkhouser, and A.R. Gemberling. 2014. Resistance to desiccation in aquatic invasive snails and implications for their overland dispersal. Hydrobiologia 741: 89-100.