Megan L. Fork
Megan L. Fork
Assistant Professor at West Chester University
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Ecosystem consequences of changing inputs of terrestrial dissolved organic matter to lakes: current knowledge and future challenges
CT Solomon, SE Jones, BC Weidel, I Buffam, ML Fork, J Karlsson, ...
Ecosystems 18, 376-389, 2015
Control points in ecosystems: moving beyond the hot spot hot moment concept
ES Bernhardt, JR Blaszczak, CD Ficken, ML Fork, KE Kaiser, EC Seybold
Ecosystems 20, 665-682, 2017
Denitrification and inference of nitrogen sources in the karstic Floridan Aquifer
JB Heffernan, AR Albertin, ML Fork, BG Katz, MJ Cohen
Biogeosciences 9 (5), 1671-1690, 2012
Direct and indirect effects of dissolved organic matter source and concentration on denitrification in northern Florida rivers
ML Fork, JB Heffernan
Ecosystems 17, 14-28, 2014
Changing source‐transport dynamics drive differential browning trends in a boreal stream network
ML Fork, RA Sponseller, H Laudon
Water Resources Research 56 (2), e2019WR026336, 2020
Dissolved organic matter regulates nutrient limitation and growth of benthic algae in northern lakes through interacting effects on nutrient and light availability
ML Fork, J Karlsson, RA Sponseller
Limnology and Oceanography Letters 5 (6), 417-424, 2020
Engineered headwaters can act as sources of dissolved organic matter and nitrogen to urban stream networks
ML Fork, JR Blaszczak, JM Delesantro, JB Heffernan
Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 2018
Community-powered urban stream restoration: A vision for sustainable and resilient urban ecosystems
M Scoggins, DB Booth, T Fletcher, M Fork, A Gonzalez, RL Hale, ...
Freshwater Science 41 (3), 404-419, 2022
Dosing the coast: leaking sewage infrastructure delivers large annual doses and dynamic mixtures of pharmaceuticals to urban rivers
ML Fork, JB Fick, AJ Reisinger, EJ Rosi
Environmental Science & Technology 55 (17), 11637-11645, 2021
Bioavailability and compositional changes of dissolved organic matter in urban headwaters
ML Fork, CL Osburn, JB Heffernan
Aquatic Sciences 82 (4), 66, 2020
A classification framework to assess ecological, biogeochemical, and hydrologic synchrony and asynchrony
EC Seybold, ML Fork, AE Braswell, JR Blaszczak, MR Fuller, KE Kaiser, ...
Ecosystems 25 (5), 989-1005, 2022
Resolving the drivers of algal nutrient limitation from boreal to arctic lakes and streams
M Myrstener, ML Fork, AK Bergstr÷m, IC Puts, D Hauptmann, PDF Isles, ...
Ecosystems, 1-18, 2022
Dissertation: Stormwater and organic matter in the urban stream continuum
ML Fork
Duke University - Nicholas School of the Environment, 2017
More green, fewer problems: landcover relates to perception of environmental problems
AK Suchy, EC Anderson, ML Fork, L Lin, DH Locke, PM Groffman, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2023
Urbanization and stream ecology: Moving the bar on multidisciplinary solutions to wicked urban stream problems
ML Fork, KG Hopkins, J Chappell, R Hawley, SS Kaushal, B Murphy, ...
Freshwater Science 41 (3), 398-403, 2022
Propagation of inflowing urban stormwater pulses through reservoir embayments
ML Fork, RA McManamay, JB Heffernan
Urban Ecosystems 25 (4), 1043-1055, 2022
Invisible Trash: Emerging Contaminants in Streams and Rivers
M Fork
Creating community: a peer‐led, adaptable postdoc program to build transferable career skills and overcome isolation
ML Fork, EC Anderson, AA Castellanos, IR Fischhoff, AM Matsler, ...
Ecosphere 12 (10), e03767, 2021
Creating community: how we collectively built an adaptable postdoctoral program to develop skills and overcome isolation
M Fork, E Anderson, A Castellanos, I Fischhoff, A Matsler, C Nieman, ...
Authorea Preprints, 2020
Patterns and process in Landscape Ecology: Physical template, biotic interactions, and disturbance regime
C Ficken, M Fork, M Fuller
Teaching Issues and Experiments in Ecology 10, 2015
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