New Publications from Dr. John S. Richardson, UBC Stream and Riparian Research Laboratory

Kielstra, B.W., J. Chau & J.S. Richardson.  Measuring function and structure of urban headwater streams with citizen scientists. EcoSphere accepted

Richardson, J.S. & E. Chauvet. Consumer responses to resource patch size and architecture: leaf packs in streams.  Fundamental and Applied Limnology accepted

Kuglerová, L., B.W. Kielstra, R.D. Moore & J.S. Richardson. 2019. Importance of scale, land-use, and stream network properties for riparian plant communities along an urban gradient. Freshwater Biology 64:587-600.  DOI: 10.1111/fwb.13244

Tiegs, S., D.M. Costello, M.W. Isken, G. Woodward, P.B. McIntyre, M.O. Gessner, E. Chauvet, N.A. Griffiths, A.S. Flecker, … ,  J.S. Richardson,  …[152 authors] 2019.  Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones. Science Advances 5: eaav0486   

Ramey, T.L. & J.S. Richardson. 2018. Experimental effects of water, nutrients, and microclimate on leaf litter mass loss in headwater riparian forests. Ecosphere 9:e02478. 10.1002/ecs2.2478

Marshall, J.C., V. Acuña, D.C. Allen, N. Bonada, A.J. Boulton, S.M. Carlson, C.N. Dahm, T. Datry, C. Leigh, P. Negus, J.S. Richardson, S. Sabater, R.J. Stevenson, A.L. Steward, R. Stubbington, K. Tockner & R. Vander Vorste.  2018. Protecting US river health by maintaining the legal status of their temporary waterways.  Science 361:856-857.

Elosegi, A., A. Nicolás & J.S. Richardson.  2018. Priming of leaf litter decomposition by algae seems of minor importance in natural streams during autumn. PLoS ONE

Yeung, A.C.Y., J.L. Musetta-Lambert, D.P. Kreutzweiser, P.K. Sibley & J.S. Richardson.  2018.  Relations of interannual differences in stream litter breakdown with discharge: bioassessment implications. EcoSphere 9 : e02423    DOI: 10.1002/ecs2.2423

Yeung, A.C.Y. & J.S. Richardson.  2018. Expanding resilience comparisons to address management needs: A response to Ingrisch and Bahn. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 33:647-649.

Naman, S., J.S. Rosenfeld, P.M. Kiffney & J.S. Richardson. 2018. The energetic consequences of habitat structure for forest stream salmonids.  Journal of Animal Ecology 87:1383-1394.  DOI: 10.1111/1365-2656.12845

Chará-Serna, A.M. & J.S. Richardson. 2018. Chlorpyrifos interacts with other agricultural stressors to alter stream invertebrate community in laboratory microcosms.  Ecological Applications 28:162–176.

Kuglerová, L., E. Maher Hasselquist, J.S. Richardson, R.A. Sponseller, D.P. Kreutzweiser & H. Laudon. 2017. Management perspectives on Aqua incognita: connectivity and cumulative effects of small natural and artificial streams in boreal forests. Hydrological Processes 31:4238–4244.