Kenneth J. Forshay
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Rapid nitrate loss and denitrification in a temperate river floodplain
KJ Forshay, EH Stanley
Biogeochemistry 75 (1), 43-64, 2005
1582005
Aggregated filter‐feeding consumers alter nutrient limitation: consequences for ecosystem and community dynamics
CL Atkinson, CC Vaughn, KJ Forshay, JT Cooper
Ecology 94 (6), 1359-1369, 2013
1142013
Dining on disease: how interactions between infection and environment affect predation risk
PTJ Johnson, DE Stanton, ER Preu, KJ Forshay, SR Carpenter
Ecology 87 (8), 1973-1980, 2006
1142006
Effects of species diversity on community biomass production change over the course of succession
JJ Weis, BJ Cardinale, KJ Forshay, AR Ives
Ecology 88 (4), 929-939, 2007
942007
Bridging the gap between micro-and macro-scale perspectives on the role of microbial communities in global change ecology
TC Balser, KD McMahon, D Bart, D Bronson, DR Coyle, N Craig, ...
Plant and Soil 289 (1), 59-70, 2006
892006
Ecological engineering practices for the reduction of excess nitrogen in human-influenced landscapes: A guide for watershed managers
E Passeport, P Vidon, KJ Forshay, L Harris, SS Kaushal, DQ Kellogg, ...
Environmental management 51 (2), 392-413, 2013
692013
Macrophyte presence is an indicator of enhanced denitrification and nitrification in sediments of a temperate restored agricultural stream
KJ Forshay, SI Dodson
Hydrobiologia, 1-14, 2011
572011
Landowner satisfaction with the wetlands reserve program in Wisconsin
K Forshay, HN Morzaria–Luna, B Hale, K Predick
Environmental management 36 (2), 248-257, 2005
232005
Examination of physical and regulatory variables leading to small dam removal in Wisconsin
CH Orr, BM Roth, KJ Forshay, JD Gonzales, MM Papenfus, RDG Wassell
Environmental management 33 (1), 99-109, 2004
222004
FESTERING FOOD: CHYTRIDIOMYCETE PATHOGEN REDUCES QUALITY OF DAPHNIA HOST AS A FOOD RESOURCE
KJ Forshay, PTJ Johnson, M Stock, C Peņalva, SI Dodson
Ecology 89 (10), 2692-2699, 2008
202008
Hyporheic flow patterns in relation to large river floodplain attributes
BR Faulkner, JR Brooks, KJ Forshay, SP Cline
Journal of hydrology 448, 161-173, 2012
162012
Urban stormwater: An overlooked pathway of extensive mixed contaminants to surface and groundwaters in the United States
JR Masoner, DW Kolpin, IM Cozzarelli, LB Barber, DS Burden, ...
Environmental science & technology 53 (17), 10070-10081, 2019
152019
Potential nitrogen and carbon processing in a landscape rich in milldam legacy sediments
JN Weitzman, KJ Forshay, JP Kaye, PM Mayer, JC Koval, RC Walter
Biogeochemistry 120 (1-3), 337-357, 2014
142014
Consumer aggregations drive nutrient dynamics and ecosystem metabolism in nutrient-limited systems
CL Atkinson, BJ Sansom, CC Vaughn, KJ Forshay
Ecosystems 21 (3), 521-535, 2018
122018
Chytrid infection reduces thoracic beat and heart rate of Daphniapulicaria
DC Penalva-Arana, K Forshay, PTJ Johnson, JR Strickler, SI Dodson
Hydrobiologia, 1-8, 2011
122011
Instream Large Wood: Denitrification Hotspots with Low N2O Production
JG Lazar, AJ Gold, K Addy, PM Mayer, KJ Forshay, PM Groffman
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 50 (3), 615-625, 2014
102014
Vertically challenged: How disease suppresses Daphnia vertical migration behavior
PTJ Johnson, DE Stanton, KJ Forshay, DM Calhoun
Limnology and Oceanography 63 (2), 886-896, 2018
62018
Hardmetals and other hard metals
J Kenneth, J Brooks
Int. Carbide Data, 1992
61992
Floodplain restoration increases hyporheic flow in the Yakima River Watershed, Washington
HV Singh, BR Faulkner, AA Keeley, J Freudenthal, KJ Forshay
Ecological engineering 116, 110-120, 2018
32018
Using SWAT to evaluate streamflow and lake sediment loading in the Xinjiang River Basin with limited data
L Yuan, KJ Forshay
Water 12 (1), 39, 2020
22020
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