Annika Walters
Annika Walters
USGS Wyoming Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Verified email at uwyo.edu - Homepage
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How low can you go? Impacts of a low‐flow disturbance on aquatic insect communities
AW Walters, DM Post
Ecological Applications 21 (1), 163-174, 2011
1092011
Anadromous alewives (Alosa pseudoharengus) contribute marine-derived nutrients to coastal stream food webs
AW Walters, RT Barnes, DM Post
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66 (3), 439-448, 2009
1082009
An experimental disturbance alters fish size structure but not food chain length in streams
AW Walters, DM Post
Ecology 89 (12), 3261-3267, 2008
902008
Evaluating early-warning indicators of critical transitions in natural aquatic ecosystems
AS Gsell, U Scharfenberger, D Ízkundakci, A Walters, LA Hansson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 113 (50), E8089-E8095, 2016
892016
Nutrient loading by anadromous alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus): contemporary patterns and predictions for restoration efforts
DC West, AW Walters, S Gephard, DM Post
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67 (8), 1211-1220, 2010
582010
Resistance of aquatic insects to a low-flow disturbance: exploring a trait-based approach
AW Walters
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30 (2), 346-356, 2011
462011
The density dilemma: limitations on juvenile production in threatened salmon populations
AW Walters, T Copeland, DA Venditti
Ecology of Freshwater fish 22 (4), 508-519, 2013
432013
Nutrient excretion rates of anadromous alewives during their spawning migration
DM Post, AW Walters
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138 (2), 264-268, 2009
392009
Interactive effects of water diversion and climate change for juvenile Chinook salmon in the Lemhi River Basin (USA)
AW Walters, KK Bartz, MM McClure
Conservation Biology 27 (6), 1179-1189, 2013
352013
Population connectivity and genetic structure of burbot (Lota lota) populations in the Wind River Basin, Wyoming
ZE Underwood, EG Mandeville, AW Walters
Hydrobiologia 765 (1), 329-342, 2016
312016
The importance of context dependence for understanding the effects of low-flow events on fish
AW Walters
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 216-228, 2016
272016
Stream vulnerability to widespread and emergent stressors: a focus on unconventional oil and gas
SA Entrekin, KO Maloney, KE Kapo, AW Walters, MA Evans-White, ...
PLoS One 10 (9), e0137416, 2015
272015
The effectiveness of surrogate taxa to conserve freshwater biodiversity
DR Stewart, ZE Underwood, FJ Rahel, AW Walters
Conservation Biology 32 (1), 183-194, 2018
202018
Species‐and community‐level responses combine to drive phenology of lake phytoplankton
AW Walters, M┴G Sagrario, DE Schindler
Ecology 94 (10), 2188-2194, 2013
202013
Density of river otters (Lontra canadensis) in relation to energy development in the Green River Basin, Wyoming
BL Godwin, SE Albeke, HL Bergman, A Walters, M Ben-David
Science of the Total Environment 532, 780-790, 2015
192015
Quantifying cumulative entrainment effects for Chinook salmon in a heavily irrigated watershed
AW Walters, DM Holzer, JR Faulkner, CD Warren, PD Murphy, ...
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141 (5), 1180-1190, 2012
172012
Variable hybridization outcomes in trout are predicted by historical fish stocking and environmental context
EG Mandeville, AW Walters, BJ Nordberg, KH Higgins, JC Burckhardt, ...
Molecular ecology 28 (16), 3738-3755, 2019
152019
Landscape‐scale determinants of native and non‐native Great Plains fish distributions
DR Stewart, AW Walters, FJ Rahel
Diversity and Distributions 22 (2), 225-238, 2016
112016
US Geological Survey science for the Wyoming Landscape Conservation Initiative—2015 annual report
ZH Bowen, CL Aldridge, PJ Anderson, TJ Assal, TT Bartos, AD Chalfoun, ...
Open-File Report, 2016
92016
The interaction of exposure and warming tolerance determines fish species vulnerability to warming stream temperatures
AW Walters, CP Mandeville, FJ Rahel
Biology letters 14 (9), 20180342, 2018
82018
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