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Jack A Stanford
Jack A Stanford
Professor Emeritus, University of Montana
Verified email at umontana.edu
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Riverine flood plains: present state and future trends
K Tockner, JA Stanford
Environmental conservation 29 (3), 308-330, 2002
21162002
Ecological connectivity in alluvial river ecosystems and its disruption by flow regulation
JV Ward, JA Stanford
Regulated rivers: research & management 11 (1), 105-119, 1995
13371995
A general protocol for restoration of regulated rivers
JA Stanford, JV Ward, WJ Liss, CA Frissell, RN Williams, JA Lichatowich, ...
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management 12 (4‐5), 391-413, 1996
10631996
An ecosystem perspective of alluvial rivers: connectivity and the hyporheic corridor
JA Stanford, JV Ward
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 12 (1), 48-60, 1993
9701993
The serial discontinuity concept: extending the model to floodplain rivers
JV Ward, JA Stanford
Regulated rivers: research & management 10 (2‐4), 159-168, 1995
7881995
Thermal responses in the evolutionary ecology of aquatic insects
JV Ward, JA Stanford
Annual review of entomology 27 (1), 97-117, 1982
7801982
Role of refugia in recovery from disturbances: modern fragmented and disconnected river systems
JR Sedell, GH Reeves, FR Hauer, JA Stanford, CP Hawkins
Environmental management 14 (5), 711-724, 1990
7291990
The hyporheic habitat of river ecosystems
JA Stanford, JV Ward
Nature 335 (6185), 64-66, 1988
6941988
River flows and water wars: emerging science for environmental decision making
NLR Poff, JD Allan, MA Palmer, DD Hart, BD Richter, AH Arthington, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1 (6), 298-306, 2003
6112003
The shifting habitat mosaic of river ecosystems
JA Stanford, MS Lorang, FR Hauer
Internationale Vereinigung für theoretische und angewandte Limnologie …, 2005
4992005
The freshwater imperative: a research agenda
RJ Naiman, JJ Magnuson, JA Stanford, DM McKnight
Island Press, 1995
4441995
Ecology and management of the hyporheic zone: stream–groundwater interactions of running waters and their floodplains
AJ Boulton, T Datry, T Kasahara, M Mutz, JA Stanford
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29 (1), 26-40, 2010
4192010
Intermediate-disturbance hypothesis: an explanation for biotic diversity patterns in lotic ecosystems
JW Ward, JA Stanford
Dynamics of Lotic Systems, Ann Arbor Science, Ann Arbor MI. 1983. 347-356 p …, 1983
4151983
Groundwater ecology
J Gibert, D Danielopol, JA Stanford
Aquatic biology [sic] series (USA), 1994
4141994
Shrimp stocking, salmon collapse, and eagle displacement
CN Spencer, BR McClelland, JA Stanford
BioScience 41 (1), 14-21, 1991
3981991
Effects of stocking-up freshwater food webs
LA Eby, WJ Roach, LB Crowder, JA Stanford
Trends in ecology & evolution 21 (10), 576-584, 2006
3852006
Revisiting the serial discontinuity concept
JA Stanford, JV Ward
Regulated Rivers: Research & Management: An International Journal Devoted to …, 2001
3622001
Ecological factors controlling stream zoobenthos with emphasis on thermal modification of regulated streams
JV Ward, JA Stanford
The ecology of regulated streams, 35-55, 1979
3181979
Restoring salmon habitat for a changing climate
T Beechie, H Imaki, J Greene, A Wade, H Wu, G Pess, P Roni, J Kimball, ...
River research and applications 29 (8), 939-960, 2013
2982013
The distribution and abundance of organisms as a consequence of energy balances along multiple environmental gradients
CAS Hall, JA Stanford, FR Hauer
Oikos, 377-390, 1992
2511992
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