Phillip M Bumpers
Phillip M Bumpers
Odum School of Ecology, University of Georgia
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Experimental nutrient additions accelerate terrestrial carbon loss from stream ecosystems
AD Rosemond, JP Benstead, PM Bumpers, V Gulis, JS Kominoski, ...
Science 347 (6226), 1142-1145, 2015
Transport of N and P in US streams and rivers differs with land use and between dissolved and particulate forms
DWP Manning, AD Rosemond, JP Benstead, PM Bumpers, JS Kominoski
Ecological Applications 30 (6), e02130, 2020
Experimental nutrient enrichment of forest streams increases energy flow to predators along greener food‐web pathways
PM Bumpers, AD Rosemond, JC Maerz, JP Benstead
Freshwater Biology 62 (10), 1794-1805, 2017
Salamander growth rates increase along an experimental stream phosphorus gradient
PM Bumpers, JC Maerz, AD Rosemond, JP Benstead
Ecology 96 (11), 2994-3004, 2015
Long-term monitoring data provide evidence of declining species richness in a river valued for biodiversity conservation
MC Freeman, MM Hagler, PM Bumpers, K Wheeler, SJ Wenger, ...
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 8 (2), 418-434, 2017
Ignoring temperature variation leads to underestimation of the temperature sensitivity of plant litter decomposition
NJ Tomczyk, AD Rosemond, PM Bumpers, CS Cummins, SJ Wenger, ...
Ecosphere 11 (2), e03050, 2020
Streamwater nutrients stimulate respiration and breakdown of standardized detrital substrates across a landscape gradient: Effects of nitrogen, phosphorus, and carbon quality
RL Usher, J Wood, PM Bumpers, SJ Wenger, AD Rosemond
Freshwater Science 39 (1), 101-114, 2020
Differential responses of macroinvertebrate ionomes across experimental N: P gradients in detritus-based headwater streams
C Prater, PM Bumpers, LM Demi, AD Rosemond, PD Jeyasingh
Oecologia 193 (4), 981-993, 2020
Simple statistical models can be sufficient for testing hypotheses with population time‐series data
SJ Wenger, ES Stowe, KB Gido, MC Freeman, Y Kanno, NR Franssen, ...
Ecology and Evolution 12 (9), e9339, 2022
Nonpoint source pollution measures in the Clean Water Act have no detectable impact on decadal trends in nutrient concentrations in US inland waters
N Tomczyk, L Naslund, C Cummins, EV Bell, P Bumpers, AD Rosemond
Ambio 52 (9), 1475-1487, 2023
Headwater stream salamander responses to experimental gradients of nutrient enrichment
PM Bumpers
University of Georgia, 2014
Differences in respiration rates and abrasion losses may muddle attribution of breakdown to macroinvertebrates versus microbes in litterbag experiments
NJ Tomczyk, AD Rosemond, PM Bumpers, CS Cummins, C Yang, ...
River Research and Applications 38 (10), 1721-1729, 2022
Persistence of native riverine fishes downstream from two hydropower dams with contrasting operations
MC Freeman, B Albanese, PM Bumpers, MM Hagler, AJ Nagy, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 80 (11), 1723-1736, 2023
Experimental nutrient enrichment of forest streams reduces ecosystem nitrogen and phosphorus storage
PM Bumpers, AD Rosemond, DWP Manning, JS Kominoski, JP Benstead, ...
Limnology and Oceanography 68 (7), 1670-1685, 2023
Beyond blooms: the critical role of terrestrial carbon in uptake and retention of nutrients in freshwater ecosystems
AD Rosemond, PM Bumpers, SJ Wenger, V Gulis, JP Benstead
2019 ESA Annual Meeting (August 11--16), 2019
Loaded but leaky: Chronic nutrient enrichment results in reduced and seasonally variable nutrient storage in detritus-based streams
AD Rosemond, PM Bumpers, DWP Manning, J Kominoski, JP Benstead, ...
2018 ESA Annual Meeting (August 5--10), 2018
Long-Term Citizen-Led Monitoring Detects Biological Responses to an Acute Toxicity Event in Trail Creek, Athens GA, USA
DWP Manning, R Brown, PM Bumpers, B Giri, SK McKay
Proceedings of the 2015 Georgia Water Resources Conference, 2015
Ecoregion 8.4. 4 Blue Ridge: Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory, North Carolina
AD Rosemond, PM Bumpers, SL Eggert, MJ Paul
Biological Responses to Stream Nutrients: A Synthesis of Science From …, 0
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