Jonathan Spurgeon
Jonathan Spurgeon
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
Verified email at uapb.edu
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Macroinvertebrate prey availability and food web dynamics of nonnative trout in a Colorado River tributary, Grand Canyon
DP Whiting, CP Paukert, BD Healy, JJ Spurgeon
Freshwater Science 33 (3), 872-884, 2014
162014
The global status of freshwater fish age validation studies and a prioritization framework for further research
JJ Spurgeon, MJ Hamel, KL Pope, MA Pegg
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 23 (4), 329-345, 2015
152015
Can translocated native fishes retain their trophic niche when confronted with a resident invasive?
JJ Spurgeon, CP Paukert, BD Healy, CA Kelley, DP Whiting
Ecology of freshwater fish 24 (3), 456-466, 2015
152015
Reservoir rehabilitations: seeking the fountain of youth
MA Pegg, KL Pope, LA Powell, KC Turek, JJ Spurgeon, NT Stewart, ...
Fisheries 40 (4), 177-181, 2015
152015
Translocation of Humpback Chub into tributary streams of the Colorado River: implications for conservation of large-river fishes
JJ Spurgeon, CP Paukert, BD Healy, M Trammell, D Speas, ...
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144 (3), 502-514, 2015
112015
Multi‐scale approach to hydrological classification provides insight to flow structure in altered river system
JJ Spurgeon, MA Pegg, MJ Hamel
River Research and Applications 32 (9), 1841-1852, 2016
102016
Hydrologic variability influences local probability of pallid sturgeon occurrence in a Missouri River tributary
MJ Hamel, JJ Spurgeon, MA Pegg, JJ Hammen, ML Rugg
River Research and Applications 32 (3), 320-329, 2016
92016
Status of native stream fishes within selected protected areas of the Niobrara River in western Nebraska
JJ Spurgeon, RH Stasiak, GR Cunningham, KL Pope, MA Pegg
Great Plains Research, 71-78, 2014
82014
Variability in age estimation results in ambiguity and false understanding of population persistence
MJ Hamel, JJ Spurgeon, CJ Chizinski, KD Steffensen, MA Pegg
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36 (3), 514-522, 2016
72016
Mixed-origins of channel catfish in a large-river tributary
JJ Spurgeon, MA Pegg, NM Halden
Fisheries research 198, 195-202, 2018
42018
Age structure
CP Paukert, JJ Spurgeon
42017
Translocation of humpback chub (Gila cypha) and food-web dynamics in Grand Canyon National Park tributary streams
JJ Spurgeon
University of Missouri--Columbia, 2012
42012
Post‐stocking pallid sturgeon Scaphirhynchus albus growth, dispersal, and survival in the lower Missouri River
KD Steffensen, MJ Hamel, JJ Spurgeon
Journal of Applied Ichthyology 35 (1), 117-127, 2019
22019
Diversity of river fishes influenced by habitat heterogeneity across hydrogeomorphic divisions
JJ Spurgeon, MA Pegg, P Parasiewicz, J Rogers
River Research and applications 34 (7), 797-806, 2018
22018
Spatial structure of large‐river fish populations across main‐stem and tributary habitats
JJ Spurgeon, MA Pegg, MJ Hamel, KD Steffensen
River Research and Applications 34 (7), 807-815, 2018
22018
Using standardized fishery data to inform rehabilitation efforts
JJ Spurgeon, NT Stewart, MA Pegg, KL Pope, MT Porath
Lake and Reservoir Management 32 (1), 41-50, 2016
22016
River-Wide Habitat Availability for Fish Habitat Guilds: Implications for In-Stream Flow Protection
J Spurgeon, M Pegg, P Parasiewicz, J Rogers
Water 11 (6), 1132, 2019
12019
Assessment of a channel catfish population in a large open river system
AJ Blank, MJ Hamel, JJ Spurgeon, MA Pegg
Fisheries Management and Ecology 24 (6), 460-468, 2017
12017
Juvenile growth of a macrohabitat generalist tied to hydrological character of large‐river system
JJ Spurgeon, MA Pegg
Freshwater Biology 62 (2), 291-302, 2017
12017
Ecosystem-specific growth responses to climate pattern by a temperate freshwater fish
JJ Spurgeon, MA Pegg, KL Pope, L Xie
Ecological Indicators 112, 106130, 2020
2020
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