Debra S Finn
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Functional trait niches of North American lotic insects: traits-based ecological applications in light of phylogenetic relationships
NLR Poff, JD Olden, NKM Vieira, DS Finn, MP Simmons, BC Kondratieff
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25 (4), 730-755, 2006
The role of dispersal in river network metacommunities: Patterns, processes, and pathways
JD Tonkin, F Altermatt, DS Finn, J Heino, JD Olden, SU Pauls, DA Lytle
Freshwater Biology 63 (1), 141-163, 2018
Genes in streams: using DNA to understand the movement of freshwater fauna and their riverine habitat
JM Hughes, DJ Schmidt, DS Finn
BioScience 59 (7), 573-583, 2009
Small but mighty: headwaters are vital to stream network biodiversity at two levels of organization
DS Finn, N Bonada, C Múrria, JM Hughes
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30 (4), 963-980, 2011
Human effects on ecological connectivity in aquatic ecosystems: integrating scientific approaches to support management and mitigation
DA Crook, WH Lowe, FW Allendorf, T Erős, DS Finn, BM Gillanders, ...
Science of the total environment 534, 52-64, 2015
Spatial population genetic structure and limited dispersal in a Rocky Mountain alpine stream insect
DS Finn, DM Theobald, WC BLACK IV, NL Poff
Molecular Ecology 15 (12), 3553-3566, 2006
Variability and convergence in benthic communities along the longitudinal gradients of four physically similar Rocky Mountain streams
DS Finn, N Leroy Poff
Freshwater Biology 50 (2), 243-261, 2005
Climate change and alpine stream biology: progress, challenges, and opportunities for the future
S Hotaling, DS Finn, J Joseph Giersch, DW Weisrock, D Jacobsen
Biological Reviews 92 (4), 2024-2045, 2017
Population genetic structure reveals terrestrial affinities for a headwater stream insect
DS Finn, MS Blouin, DA Lytle
Freshwater Biology 52 (10), 1881-1897, 2007
Loss of small glaciers will diminish beta diversity in Pyrenean streams at two levels of biological organization
DS Finn, K Khamis, AM Milner
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (1), 40-51, 2013
Physical and biological changes to a lengthening stream gradient following a decade of rapid glacial recession
DS Finn, K Raesaenen, CT Robinson
Global Change Biology 16 (12), 3314-3326, 2010
Geomorphic and ecological disturbance and recovery from two small dams and their removal
DD Tullos, DS Finn, C Walter
PLoS one 9 (9), e108091, 2014
Evolution of aquatic insect behaviours across a gradient of disturbance predictability
DA Lytle, MT Bogan, DS Finn
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1633), 453-462, 2008
Examining spatial concordance of genetic and species diversity patterns to evaluate the role of dispersal limitation in structuring headwater metacommunities
DS Finn, NLR Poff
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30 (1), 273-283, 2011
Integrating molecular tools into freshwater ecology: developments and opportunities
SU Pauls, M Alp, M Bálint, P Bernabò, F Čiampor Jr, ...
Freshwater Biology 59 (8), 1559-1576, 2014
Rock glaciers and related cold rocky landforms: Overlooked climate refugia for mountain biodiversity
S Brighenti, S Hotaling, DS Finn, AG Fountain, M Hayashi, D Herbst, ...
Global Change Biology 27 (8), 1504-1517, 2021
Emergence and flight activity of alpine stream insects in two years with contrasting winter snowpack
DS Finn, NLR Poff
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 40 (4), 638-646, 2008
Population genetic structure of a rare high‐elevation black fly, Metacnephia coloradensis, occupying Colorado lake outlet streams
DS Finn, PH Adler
Freshwater Biology 51 (12), 2240-2251, 2006
Geographic variation in patterns of nestedness among local stream fish assemblages in Virginia
RR Cook, PL Angermeier, DS Finn, NLR Poff, KL Krueger
Oecologia 140, 639-649, 2004
Microbial assemblages reflect environmental heterogeneity in alpine streams
S Hotaling, ME Foley, LH Zeglin, DS Finn, LM Tronstad, JJ Giersch, ...
Global Change Biology 25 (8), 2576-2590, 2019
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