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Newsletter: Water Currents is the semiannual newsletter published to highlight the current research and work of the Center.

Current Refereed Publications

Brad Cook

Gibbs, W.K., J.E. Miller, J.K. Throneberry, S.B. Cook, and M.A. Kulp. 2014. Summer habitat use and partitioning by two reintroduced rare madtom species, Journal of Freshwater Ecology 29(2):243-258.

Gibbs, W.K., J.E. Miller, S.B. Cook, and M.A. Kulp. 2014. Habitat use and dispersal of a reintroduced Etheostoma sitikuense (Citico Darter) population, Southeastern Naturalist 13(1):40-55.

Tania Datta

Daigger, G.T., H.D. Stensel, D. Whitlock, and J. Mackey. 2014. Evaluating the role of point source discharges informs statewide nutrient control policy, Water Environment Research for 2014 Publication (accepted for publication).

Dale Ensor

Zalupski, P.R., D.D. Ensor, C.L. Riddle, and D.R. Peterman. 2013. Complete recovery of actinides from UREX-like Raffinates using a combination of hard and soft donor ligands, Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange 31(4): 430-441 (doi: 10.1080/07366299.2013.800437).

James Layzer

Ehlo, C., and J.B. Layzer. 2013. Population demographics and life history of the round hickorynut Obovaria subrotunda in the Duck River, Tennessee, American Midland Naturalist 171:1-15.

Hersey, K.A., J.D. Clark, and J.B. Layzer. 2013. Consumption of freshwater bivalves by muskrats in the Green River, Kentucky, American Midland Naturalist 170:248-259.

Weber, A.S., and J.B. Layzer. 2014. Chelydra serpentina (snapping turtle) interspecific basking, Herpetological Review 45(1): 117.

Hayden Mattingly

Bivens, R.D., B.D. Carter, C.E. Williams, E.M. Scott Jr., D.E. Stephens, V.R. Bishop, and H.T. Mattingly. 2013. New occurrence records of blackside dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, in the Big South Fork Cumberland River drainage, Southeastern Naturalist 12 (Special Issue 4): 171-175.

Black, T.R., J.E. Detar, and H.T. Mattingly. 2013. Population densities of the threatened blackside dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, in Kentucky and Tennessee, Southeastern Naturalist 12 (Special Issue 4): 6-26.

Black, T.R., B.K. Jones, and H.T. Mattingly. Development and validation of habitat models for the threatened blackside dace: Chrosomus cumberlandensis, at two spatial scales, Southeastern Naturalist 12 (Special Issue 4): 27-48.

Detar, J.E., and H.T. Mattingly. Movement patterns of the threatened blackside dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, in two southeastern Kentucky watersheds, Southeastern Naturalist 12 (Special Issue 4): 64-81.

Mattingly, H.T., and T.R. Black. Nest association and reproductive microhabitat of the threatened blackside dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, Southeastern Naturalist 12 (Special Issue 4): 49-63.

McAbee, K.T., N.P. Nibbelink, T.D. Johnson, and H.T. Mattingly. Informing recovery management of the threatened blackside dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, using a Bayesian-belief network model, Southeastern Naturalist 12 (Special Issue 4): 143-161.

Rakes, P.L., M.A. Petty, J.R. Shute, C.L. Ruble, and H.T. Mattingly. Spawning and captive propagation of blackside dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, Southeastern Naturalist 12 (Special Issue 4): 162-170.


Summary of Journals Where Refereed Articles Were Published

  • American Midland Naturalist
  • Herpetological Review
  • Journal of Freshwater Ecology
  • Solvent Extraction and Ion Exchange
  • Southeastern Naturalist
  • Water Environment Research for 2014 Publication

Annual Reports

The Center's annual reports highlight the year's accomplishments and outline the goals for the upcoming year. A condensed version of the latest of these reports can be accessed at the links below. (The 2005 five-year review is not included here.)