Eric D. Stein
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Managing protected areas in the tropics
J MacKinnon, K MacKinnon, G Child, J Thorsell
4931986
Environmental distribution and transformation of mercury compounds
ED Stein, Y Cohen, AM Winer
Critical reviews in Environmental Science and technology 26 (1), 1-43, 1996
4261996
Rapid upregulation of snake intestine in response to feeding: a new model of intestinal adaptation
SM Secor, ED Stein, J Diamond
American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology 266 (4 …, 1994
2091994
Polymer flammability
RE Lyon, ML Janssens
Encyclopedia of Polymer Science and Technology, 1-70, 2002
189*2002
Watershed‐based sources of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in urban storm water
ED Stein, LL Tiefenthaler, K Schiff
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 25 (2), 373-385, 2006
1132006
Is DNA barcoding actually cheaper and faster than traditional morphological methods: results from a survey of freshwater bioassessment efforts in the United States?
ED Stein, MC Martinez, S Stiles, PE Miller, EV Zakharov
PloS one 9 (4), e95525, 2014
1102014
Watershed and land use–based sources of trace metals in urban storm water
LL Tiefenthaler, ED Stein, KC Schiff
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 27 (2), 277-287, 2008
1092008
A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A WETLAND ASSESSMENT METHOD: THE CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCE1
MA Sutula, ED Stein, JN Collins, AE Fetscher, R Clark
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 42 (1), 157-175, 2006
1032006
Stormwater runoff plumes observed by SeaWiFS radiometer in the Southern California Bight
NP Nezlin, PM DiGiacomo, ED Stein, D Ackerman
Remote Sensing of Environment 98 (4), 494-510, 2005
992005
Validation of a wetland rapid assessment method: use of EPA’s level 1-2-3 framework for method testing and refinement
ED Stein, AE Fetscher, RP Clark, A Wiskind, JL Grenier, M Sutula, ...
Wetlands 29 (2), 648-665, 2009
932009
Evaluating the effectiveness of best management practices using dynamic modeling
D Ackerman, ED Stein
Journal of Environmental Engineering 134 (8), 628-639, 2008
922008
Cryptic biodiversity in streams: a comparison of macroinvertebrate communities based on morphological and DNA barcode identifications
JK Jackson, JM Battle, BP White, EM Pilgrim, ED Stein, PE Miller, ...
Freshwater Science 33 (1), 312-324, 2014
792014
Recent advances in environmental flows science and water management—Innovation in the Anthropocene
AH Arthington, JG Kennen, ED Stein, JA Webb
Freshwater Biology 63 (8), 1022-1034, 2018
782018
Channel Evolution Model of Semiarid Stream Response to Urban‐Induced Hydromodification1
RJ Hawley, BP Bledsoe, ED Stein, BE Haines
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48 (4), 722-744, 2012
672012
Wadeable streams as widespread sources of benthic cyanotoxins in California, USA
AE Fetscher, MDA Howard, R Stancheva, RM Kudela, ED Stein, ...
Harmful Algae 49, 105-116, 2015
632015
Dissolved oxygen dynamics in a eutrophic estuary, Upper Newport Bay, California
NP Nezlin, K Kamer, J Hyde, ED Stein
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 82 (1), 139-151, 2009
622009
Evaluating ethanol-based sample preservation to facilitate use of DNA barcoding in routine freshwater biomonitoring programs using benthic macroinvertebrates
ED Stein, BP White, RD Mazor, PE Miller, EM Pilgrim
PloS one 8 (1), e51273, 2013
582013
Comparison of different dietary amino acids as inducers of intestinal amino acid transport
ED Stein, SD Chang, JM Diamond
American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology 252 (5 …, 1987
561987
Stormwater contaminant loading following southern California wildfires
ED Stein, JS Brown, TS Hogue, MP Burke, A Kinoshita
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 31 (11), 2625-2638, 2012
542012
Bioassessment in complex environments: designing an index for consistent meaning in different settings
RD Mazor, AC Rehn, PR Ode, M Engeln, KC Schiff, ED Stein, DJ Gillett, ...
Freshwater Science 35 (1), 249-271, 2016
532016
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