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Consumer‐driven nutrient dynamics in freshwater ecosystems: from individuals to ecosystems
CL Atkinson, KA Capps, AT Rugenski, MJ Vanni
Biological Reviews 92 (4), 2003-2023, 2017
2012017
Aggregated filter-feeding consumers alter nutrient limitation: Consequences for ecosystem and community dynamics
CL Atkinson, CC Vaughn, KJ Forshay, JT Cooper
Ecology 94 (6), 1359–1369, 2013
1902013
Biogeochemical hotspots: temporal and spatial scaling of the impact of freshwater mussels on ecosystem function
CL Atkinson, CC Vaughn
Freshwater Biology 60 (3), 563-574, 2015
1492015
Drought‐induced changes in flow regimes lead to long‐term losses in mussel‐provided ecosystem services
CC Vaughn, CL Atkinson, JP Julian
Ecology and Evolution 5 (6), 1291-1305, 2015
1102015
Stable isotopic signatures, tissue stoichiometry, and nutrient cycling (C and N) of native and invasive freshwater bivalves
CL Atkinson, SP Opsahl, AP Covich, SW Golladay, LM Conner
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29 (2), 496-505, 2010
942010
Species and function lost: Role of drought in structuring stream communities
CL Atkinson, JP Julian, CC Vaughn
Biological Conservation 176, 30-38, 2014
852014
Spatial stoichiometry: cross‐ecosystem material flows and their impact on recipient ecosystems and organisms
J Sitters, CL Atkinson, N Guelzow, P Kelly, LL Sullivan
Oikos 124 (7), 920-930, 2015
782015
Scale‐dependent longitudinal patterns in mussel communities
CL Atkinson, JP Julian, CC Vaughn
Freshwater Biology 57 (11), 2272-2284, 2012
752012
Tracing Consumer-Derived Nitrogen in Riverine Food Webs
CL Atkinson, JF Kelly, CC Vaughn
Ecosystems 17 (3), 485-496, 2014
732014
Suspended material availability and filtration–biodeposition processes performed by a native and invasive bivalve species in streams
CL Atkinson, MR First, AP Covich, SP Opsahl, SW Golladay
Hydrobiologia 667, 191-204, 2011
712011
Stream discharge and floodplain connections affect seston quality and stable isotopic signatures in a coastal plain stream
CL Atkinson, SW Golladay, SP Opsahl, AP Covich
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28 (2), 360-370, 2009
672009
Willingness to pay for ecosystem services among stakeholder groups in a South-Central US watershed with regional conflict
AJ Castro, CC Vaughn, M García-Llorente, JP Julian, CL Atkinson
Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 142 (9), 05016006, 2016
622016
Consumer Aggregations Drive Nutrient Dynamics and Ecosystem Metabolism in Nutrient-Limited Systems
CL Atkinson, BJ Sansom, CC Vaughn, KJ Forshay
Ecosystems 21 (3), 521-535, 2018
462018
LONG-LIVED ORGANISMS PROVIDE AN INTEGRATIVE FOOTPRINT OF AGRICULTURAL LAND USE
CL Atkinson, AD Christian, DE Spooner, CC Vaughn
Ecological Applications 24 (2), 375-384, 2014
452014
Incorporating ecogeomorphic feedbacks to better understand resiliency in streams: A review and directions forward
CL Atkinson, DC Allen, L Davis, ZL Nickerson
Geomorphology 305, 123-140, 2018
432018
Drought-induced, punctuated loss of freshwater mussels alters ecosystem function across temporal scales
TP DuBose, CL Atkinson, CC Vaughn, SW Golladay
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 7, 274, 2019
422019
Biological Connectivity of Seasonally Ponded Wetlands across Spatial and Temporal Scales
LL Smith, AL Subalusky, CL Atkinson, JE Earl, DM Mushet, DE Scott, ...
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 55 (2), 334-353, 2019
412019
The gut microbiome of freshwater Unionidae mussels is determined by host species and is selectively retained from filtered seston
EA Weingarten, CL Atkinson, CR Jackson
PLoS One 14 (11), e0224796, 2019
352019
Evolutionary history drives aspects of stoichiometric niche variation and functional effects within a guild
CL Atkinson, BC van Ee, JM Pfeiffer
Ecology 101 (9), e03100, 2020
312020
Implications of species addition and decline for nutrient dynamics in fresh waters
KA Capps, CL Atkinson, AT Rugenski
Freshwater Science 34 (2), 485-496, 2015
282015
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