Andrew L. Rypel
Andrew L. Rypel
Director at Center for Watershed Sciences | Professor | University of California, Davis
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BioTIME: A database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene
M Dornelas, LH Antao, F Moyes, AE Bates, AE Magurran, D Adam, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 27 (7), 760-786, 2018
Growth and longevity in freshwater mussels: evolutionary and conservation implications
WR Haag, AL Rypel
Biological Reviews 86 (1), 225-247, 2011
Empirical percentile standard weight equation for the blacktail redhorse
AL Rypel, TJ Richter
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28 (6), 1843-1846, 2008
Inland fisheries habitat management: lessons learned from wildlife ecology and a proposal for change
GG Sass, AL Rypel, JD Stafford
Fisheries 42 (4), 197-209, 2017
Defining a safe operating space for inland recreational fisheries
SR Carpenter, WA Brock, GJA Hansen, JF Hansen, JM Hennessy, ...
Fish and Fisheries 18 (6), 1150-1160, 2017
Simple ecological trade-offs give rise to emergent cross-ecosystem distributions of a coral reef fish
MGG Grol, I Nagelkerken, AL Rypel, CA Layman
Oecologia 165, 79-88, 2011
Fish die-offs are concurrent with thermal extremes in north temperate lakes
A Till, AL Rypel, A Bray, SB Fey
Nature Climate Change 9 (8), 637-641, 2019
Water depth modifies relative predation risk for a motile fish taxon in Bahamian tidal creeks
AL Rypel, CA Layman, DA Arrington
Estuaries and Coasts 30, 518-525, 2007
The cold-water connection: Bergmann’s rule in North American freshwater fishes
AL Rypel
The American Naturalist 183 (1), 147-156, 2014
Production dynamics reveal hidden overharvest of inland recreational fisheries
HS Embke, AL Rypel, SR Carpenter, GG Sass, D Ogle, T Cichosz, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (49), 24676-24681, 2019
Habitat fragmentation decreases fish secondary production in Bahamian tidal creeks
L Valentine-Rose, CA Layman, DA Arrington, AL Rypel
Bulletin of Marine Science 80 (3), 863-877, 2007
Growth potential and predation risk drive ontogenetic shifts among nursery habitats in a coral reef fish
MGG Grol, AL Rypel, I Nagelkerken
Marine Ecology Progress Series 502, 229-244, 2014
Meta‐analysis of growth rates for a circumpolar fish, the northern pike ( Esox lucius), with emphasis on effects of continent, climate and latitude
AL Rypel
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21 (4), 521-532, 2012
Seventy-year retrospective on size-structure changes in the recreational fisheries of Wisconsin
AL Rypel, J Lyons, JDT Griffin, TD Simonson
Fisheries 41 (5), 230-243, 2016
Eroding productivity of walleye populations in northern Wisconsin lakes
AL Rypel, D Goto, GG Sass, MJ Vander Zanden
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75 (12), 2291-2301, 2018
Validation of annual growth rings in freshwater mussel shells using cross dating
AL Rypel, WR Haag, RH Findlay
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65 (10), 2224-2232, 2008
Variations in PCB concentrations between genders of six warmwater fish species in Lake Logan Martin, Alabama, USA
AL Rypel, RH Findlay, JB Mitchell, DR Bayne
Chemosphere 68 (9), 1707-1715, 2007
Goodbye to “rough fish”: paradigm shift in the conservation of native fishes
AL Rypel, P Saffarinia, CC Vaughn, L Nesper, K O’Reilly, CA Parisek, ...
Fisheries 46 (12), 605-616, 2021
Growth of freshwater drum from lotic and lentic habitats in Alabama
AL Rypel, DR Bayne, JB Mitchell
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 135 (4), 987-997, 2006
Trends in the reproductive phenology of two Great Lakes fishes
J Lyons, AL Rypel, PW Rasmussen, TE Burzynski, BT Eggold, JT Myers, ...
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144 (6), 1263-1274, 2015
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