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Regional effects of hydrologic alterations on riverine macrobiota in the new world: tropical-temperate comparisons: the massive scope of large dams and other hydrologic …
CM Pringle, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman
BioScience 50 (9), 807-823, 2000
6302000
Diversity, distribution, and conservation status of the native freshwater fishes of the southern United States
ML Warren Jr, BM Burr, SJ Walsh, HL Bart Jr, RC Cashner, DA Etnier, ...
Fisheries 25 (10), 7-31, 2000
5562000
Investigating hydrologic alteration as a mechanism of fish assemblage shifts in urbanizing streams
AH Roy, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman, SJ Wenger, WE Ensign, JL Meyer
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 24 (3), 656-678, 2005
2462005
Tidal salt marshes of the southeast Atlantic coast: a community profile
RG Wiegert, BJ Freeman
US Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, 1990
2041990
Geomorphology and fish assemblages in a Piedmont river basin, USA
DM Walters, DS Leigh, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman, CM Pringle
Freshwater Biology 48 (11), 1950-1970, 2003
1962003
Stream fish occurrence in response to impervious cover, historic land use, and hydrogeomorphic factors
SJ Wenger, JT Peterson, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman, DD Homans
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65 (7), 1250-1264, 2008
1472008
Ecosystem-level consequences of migratory faunal depletion caused by dams
MC Freeman, CM Pringle, EA Greathouse, BJ Freeman
American Fisheries Society Symposium 35 (January), 255-266, 2003
1462003
Status and restoration of the Etowah River, an imperiled southern Appalachian ecosystem
NM Burkhead, SJ Walsh, BJ Freeman, JD Williams
1051997
Importance of riparian forests in urban catchments contingent on sediment and hydrologic regimes
AH Roy, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman, SJ Wenger, WE Ensign, JL Meyer
Environmental Management 37, 523-539, 2006
872006
Riparian influences on stream fish assemblage structure in urbanizing streams
AH Roy, BJ Freeman, MC Freeman
Landscape Ecology 22, 385-402, 2007
772007
Application of a multistate model to estimate culvert effects on movement of small fishes
JR Norman, MM Hagler, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138 (4), 826-838, 2009
762009
Red shiner invasion and hybridization with blacktail shiner in the upper Coosa River, USA
DM Walters, MJ Blum, B Rashleigh, BJ Freeman, BA Porter, NM Burkhead
Biological Invasions 10, 1229-1242, 2008
742008
Dealing with uncertainty when assessing fish passage through culvert road crossings
GB Anderson, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman, CA Straight, MM Hagler, ...
Environmental Management 50, 462-477, 2012
682012
The effect of road crossings on fish movements in small Etowah Basin streams
PD Benton, WE Ensign, BJ Freeman
Southeastern Naturalist 7 (2), 301-310, 2008
672008
Comparison of three methods for sampling fishes and macroinvertebrates in a vegetated freshwater wetland
BJ Freeman, HS Greening, JD Oliver
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 2 (6), 603-609, 1984
551984
Status and conservation of the fish fauna of the Alabama River system
MC Freeman, ER Irwin, NM Burkhead, BJ Freeman, HL Bart
American Fisheries Society Symposium 45, 557, 2005
482005
Accounting for incomplete detection when estimating site occupancy of Bluenose Shiner (Pteronotropis welaka) in southwest Georgia
B Albanese, JT Peterson, BJ Freeman, DA Weiler
Southeastern Naturalist 6 (4), 657-668, 2007
442007
Reproductive isolation and the expansion of an invasive hybrid swarm
MJ Blum, DM Walters, NM Burkhead, BJ Freeman, BA Porter
Biological Invasions 12, 2825-2836, 2010
422010
Habitat use by an endangered riverine fish and implications for species protection
BJ Freeman, MC Freeman
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 3 (2), 49-58, 1994
421994
Occupancy modeling and estimation of the holiday darter species complex within the Etowah River system
GB Anderson, MC Freeman, MM Hagler, BJ Freeman
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141 (1), 34-45, 2012
402012
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