Matthew J. Kaylor
Matthew J. Kaylor
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Small plastic debris changes water movement and heat transfer through beach sediments
HS Carson, SL Colbert, MJ Kaylor, KJ McDermid
Marine Pollution Bulletin 62 (8), 1708-1713, 2011
3052011
What is a trophic cascade?
WJ Ripple, JA Estes, OJ Schmitz, V Constant, MJ Kaylor, A Lenz, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (11), 842-849, 2016
1722016
Changing forests—changing streams: riparian forest stand development and ecosystem function in temperate headwaters
DR Warren, WS Keeton, PM Kiffney, MJ Kaylor, HA Bechtold, J Magee
Ecosphere 7 (8), e01435, 2016
532016
Spatial variability in light yields colimitation of primary production by both light and nutrients in a forested stream ecosystem
DR Warren, SM Collins, EM Purvis, MJ Kaylor, HA Bechtold
Ecosystems 20 (1), 198-210, 2017
442017
Linking riparian shade and the legacies of forest management to fish and vertebrate biomass in forested streams
MJ Kaylor, DR Warren
Ecosphere 8 (6), e01845, 2017
302017
Long-term effects of riparian forest harvest on light in Pacific Northwest (USA) streams
MJ Kaylor, DR Warren, PM Kiffney
Freshwater Science 36 (1), 1-13, 2017
252017
Relating spatial patterns of stream metabolism to distributions of juveniles salmonids at the river network scale
MJ Kaylor, SM White, WC Saunders, DR Warren
Ecosphere 10 (6), e02781, 2019
122019
Drought impacts to trout and salamanders in cool, forested headwater ecosystems in the western Cascade Mountains, OR
MJ Kaylor, BJ VerWey, A Cortes, DR Warren
Hydrobiologia 833 (1), 65-80, 2019
92019
A cautionary tale for in situ fluorometric measurement of stream chlorophyll a: influences of light and periphyton biomass
MJ Kaylor, A Argerich, SM White, BJ VerWey, I Arismendi
Freshwater Science 37 (2), 287-295, 2018
92018
Canopy closure after four decades of postlogging riparian forest regeneration reduces cutthroat trout biomass in headwater streams through bottom-up pathways
MJ Kaylor, DR Warren
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75 (4), 513-524, 2018
92018
Carcass additions increase juvenile salmonid growth, condition, and size in an interior Columbia River Basin tributary
MJ Kaylor, SM White, ER Sedell, DR Warren
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 77 (4), 703-715, 2020
72020
Characterizing short-term light dynamics in forested headwater streams
ED Heaston, MJ Kaylor, DR Warren
Freshwater Science 36 (2), 259-271, 2017
72017
Effects of a severe drought on summer abundance, growth, and movement of cutthroat trout in a western Oregon headwater stream
BJ VerWey
Northwestern Naturalist 99 (3), 209-221, 2018
52018
Aquatic food web response to patchy shading along forested headwater streams
ED Heaston, MJ Kaylor, DR Warren
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75 (12), 2211-2220, 2018
52018
Carcass additions influence food webs through bottom-up and direct consumption pathways along a fish species assemblage gradient
MJ Kaylor, SM White, ER Sedell, AM Sanders, DR Warren
Ecosystems 24 (1), 168-184, 2021
42021
Temperature, emergence phenology and consumption drive seasonal shifts in fish growth and production across riverscapes
MJ Kaylor, C Justice, JB Armstrong, BA Staton, LA Burns, E Sedell, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology, 2021
2021
Bottom-up Drivers of Primary Producers and Predator Populations in Oregon Streams
MJ Kaylor
2019
Riparian controls on light availability, primary producers, invertebrates, fish and salamanders in streams in and near the Andrews Experimental Forest, 2014-2018
AFL Site, MJ Kaylor
Environmental Data Initiative, 2019
2019
Influences of Riparian Forest Structure and Stand Development on Fish Biomass in Headwater Streams
M Kaylor, D Warren
145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 2015
2015
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