Paul L. Angermeier
Paul L. Angermeier
Scientist at US Geological Survey and Professor at Virginia Tech
Verified email at vt.edu
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Assessing biological integrity in running waters: a method and its rationale
JR Karr
Special publication/Illinois Natural History Survey (USA), 1986
21541986
Biological integrity versus biological diversity as policy directives: protecting biotic resources
PL Angermeier, JR Karr
Ecosystem management, 264-275, 1994
8881994
Meeting ecological and societal needs for freshwater
JS Baron, NLR Poff, PL Angermeier, CN Dahm, PH Gleick, NG Hairston Jr, ...
Ecological Applications 12 (5), 1247-1260, 2002
7712002
Fish communities as indicators of environmental degradation
KD Fausch, J Lyons, JR Karr, PL Angermeier
American fisheries society symposium 8 (1), 123-144, 1990
7691990
River restoration
E Wohl, PL Angermeier, B Bledsoe, GM Kondolf, L MacDonnell, ...
Water Resources Research 41 (10), 2005
6802005
Relationships between woody debris and fish habitat in a small warmwater stream
PL Angermeier, JR Karr
Transactions of the American Fisheries society 113 (6), 716-726, 1984
6041984
Species‐area relationship for stream fishes
PL Angermeier, IJ Schlosser
Ecology 70 (5), 1450-1462, 1989
5651989
Fish communities along environmental gradients in a system of tropical streams
PL Angermeier, JR Karr
Environmental Biology of fishes 9 (2), 117-135, 1983
5281983
Capacity, pressure, demand, and flow: A conceptual framework for analyzing ecosystem service provision and delivery
AM Villamagna, PL Angermeier, EM Bennett
Ecological Complexity 15, 114-121, 2013
4352013
Spatial variation in demographic processes of lotic fishes: conceptual models, empirical evidence, and implications for conservation
IJ Schlosser
Am Fish Soc Symp 17, 392-401, 1995
3881995
Local vs. regional influences on local diversity in stream fish communities of Virginia
PL Angermeier, MR Winston
Ecology 79 (3), 911-927, 1998
3741998
Regional applications of an index of biotic integrity for use in water resource management
DL Miller, RM Hughes, JR Karr, PM Leonard, PB Moyle, LH Schrader, ...
Fisheries 13 (5), 12-20, 1988
3731988
Ecological attributes of extinction‐prone species: loss of freshwater fishes of Virginia
PL Angermeier
Conservation Biology 9 (1), 143-158, 1995
3461995
How much is enough? The recurrent problem of setting measurable objectives in conservation
TH Tear, P Kareiva, PL Angermeier, P Comer, B Czech, R Kautz, ...
BioScience 55 (10), 835-849, 2005
3392005
Applying an index of biotic integrity based on stream‐fish communities: considerations in sampling and interpretation
PL Angermeier, JR Karr
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 6 (3), 418-429, 1986
3041986
The natural imperative for biological conservation
PL Angermeier
Conservation Biology 14 (2), 373-381, 2000
3022000
Intercontinental convergence of stream fish community traits along geomorphic and hydraulic gradients
N Lamouroux, NLR Poff, PL Angermeier
Ecology 83 (7), 1792-1807, 2002
2732002
Estimating number of species and relative abundances in stream-fish communities: effects of sampling effort and discontinuous spatial distributions
PL Angermeier, RA Smogor
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 52 (5), 936-949, 1995
2721995
Characterizing fish community diversity across Virginia landscapes: prerequisite for conservation
PL Angermeier, MR Winston
Ecological Applications 9 (1), 335-349, 1999
2101999
Fish traits: a database of ecological and life-history traits of freshwater fishes of the United States
EA Frimpong, PL Angermeier
Fisheries 34 (10), 487-495, 2009
2092009
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