Frank J. Rahel
Frank J. Rahel
Professor of Zoology & Physiology, University of Wyoming
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Assessing the effects of climate change on aquatic invasive species
FJ Rahel, JD Olden
Conservation biology 22 (3), 521-533, 2008
Homogenization of freshwater faunas
FJ Rahel
Annual review of ecology and systematics 33 (1), 291-315, 2002
Homogenization of fish faunas across the United States
FJ Rahel
Science 288 (5467), 854-856, 2000
Fish assemblages and habitat gradients in a Rocky Mountain–Great Plains stream: biotic zonation and additive patterns of community change
FJ Rahel, WA Hubert
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 120 (3), 319-332, 1991
Biogeographic barriers, connectivity and homogenization of freshwater faunas: it's a small world after all
FJ Rahel
Freshwater biology 52 (4), 696-710, 2007
Process-based ecological river restoration: visualizing three-dimensional connectivity and dynamic vectors to recover lost linkages
GM Kondolf, AJ Boulton, S O'Daniel, GC Poole, FJ Rahel, EH Stanley, ...
Ecology and society 11 (2), 2006
The hierarchical nature of community persistence: a problem of scale
FJ Rahel
The American Naturalist 136 (3), 328-344, 1990
Thermal limits to salmonid distributions in the Rocky Mountain region and potential habitat loss due to global warming: a geographic information system (GIS) approach
CJ Keleher, FJ Rahel
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 125 (1), 1-13, 1996
Factors structuring fish assemblages along a bog lake successional gradient
FJ Rahel
Ecology 65 (4), 1276-1289, 1984
Temperature mediation of competitive interactions among three fish species that replace each other along longitudinal stream gradients
Y Taniguchi, FJ Rahel, DC Novinger, KG Gerow
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55 (8), 1894-1901, 1998
Complex predator-prey interactions and predator intimidation among crayfish, piscivorous fish, and small benthic fish
FJ Rahel, RA Stein
Oecologia 75 (1), 94-98, 1988
Potential habitat loss and population fragmentation for cold water fish in the North Platte River drainage of the Rocky Mountains: response to climate warming
FJ Rahel, CJ Keleher, JL Anderson
Limnology and Oceanography 41 (5), 1116-1123, 1996
Influence of water temperature on interactions between juvenile Colorado River cutthroat trout and brook trout in a laboratory stream
J De Staso III, FJ Rahel
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 123 (3), 289-297, 1994
Managing aquatic species of conservation concern in the face of climate change and invasive species
FJ Rahel, B Bierwagen, Y Taniguchi
Conservation Biology 22 (3), 551-561, 2008
Isolation management with artificial barriers as a conservation strategy for cutthroat trout in headwater streams
DC Novinger, FJ Rahel
Conservation Biology 17 (3), 772-781, 2003
Foraging in a lethal environment: fish predation in hypoxic waters of a stratified lake
FJ Rahel, JW Nutzman
Ecology 75 (5), 1246-1253, 1994
Science priorities for reducing the threat of invasive species to sustainable forestry
EA Chornesky, AM Bartuska, GH Aplet, KO Britton, J Cummings-Carlson, ...
Bioscience 55 (4), 335-348, 2005
Single-pass electrofishing predicts trout abundance in mountain streams with sparse habitat
CG Kruse, WA Hubert, FJ Rahel
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 18 (4), 940-946, 1998
Intentional fragmentation as a management strategy in aquatic systems
FJ Rahel
BioScience 63 (5), 362-372, 2013
Interaction of a biotic factor (predator presence) and an abiotic factor (low oxygen) as an influence on benthic invertebrate communities
CS Kolar, FJ Rahel
Oecologia 95 (2), 210-219, 1993
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