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Mary C. Freeman
Mary C. Freeman
US Geological Survey, Patuxent Wildlife Research Center
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The ecological limits of hydrologic alteration (ELOHA): a new framework for developing regional environmental flow standards
NL Poff, BD Richter, AH Arthington, SE Bunn, RJ Naiman, E Kendy, ...
Freshwater biology 55 (1), 147-170, 2010
16762010
Hydrologic Connectivity and the Contribution of Stream Headwaters to Ecological Integrity at Regional Scales1
MC Freeman, CM Pringle, CR Jackson
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43 (1), 5-14, 2007
6002007
Regional effects of hydrologic alterations on riverine macrobiota in the new world: tropical-temperate comparisons: the massive scope of large dams and other hydrologic …
CM Pringle, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman
BioScience 50 (9), 807-823, 2000
6002000
Flow and habitat effects on juvenile fish abundance in natural and altered flow regimes
MC Freeman, ZH Bowen, KD Bovee, ER Irwin
Ecological applications 11 (1), 179-190, 2001
4482001
Assemblage organization in stream fishes: effects of environmental variation and interspecific interactions
GD Grossman, RE Ratajczak Jr, M Crawford, MC Freeman
Ecological Monographs 68 (3), 395-420, 1998
3771998
Microhabitat use in a stream fish assemblage
GD Grossman, MC Freeman
Journal of Zoology 212 (1), 151-176, 1987
2771987
Estimating species occurrence, abundance, and detection probability using zero‐inflated distributions
SJ Wenger, MC Freeman
Ecology 89 (10), 2953-2959, 2008
2762008
Ecological consequences of hydropower development in Central America: impacts of small dams and water diversion on neotropical stream fish assemblages
EP Anderson, MC Freeman, CM Pringle
River research and applications 22 (4), 397-411, 2006
2372006
Investigating hydrologic alteration as a mechanism of fish assemblage shifts in urbanizing streams
AH Roy, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman, SJ Wenger, WE Ensign, JL Meyer
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 24 (3), 656-678, 2005
2372005
Are large‐scale flow experiments informing the science and management of freshwater ecosystems?
JD Olden, CP Konrad, TS Melis, MJ Kennard, MC Freeman, MC Mims, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12 (3), 176-185, 2014
1912014
Geomorphology and fish assemblages in a Piedmont river basin, USA
DM Walters, DS Leigh, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman, CM Pringle
Freshwater Biology 48 (11), 1950-1970, 2003
1822003
Large-scale flow experiments for managing river systems
CP Konrad, JD Olden, DA Lytle, TS Melis, JC Schmidt, EN Bray, ...
BioScience 61 (12), 948-959, 2011
1692011
Fish assemblage stability in a southern Appalachian stream
MC Freeman, MK Crawford, JC Barrett, DE Facey, MG Flood, J Hill, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45 (11), 1949-1958, 1988
1561988
Stream fish occurrence in response to impervious cover, historic land use, and hydrogeomorphic factors
SJ Wenger, JT Peterson, MC Freeman, BJ Freeman, DD Homans
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65 (7), 1250-1264, 2008
1352008
Principal component analyses of assemblage structure data: utility of tests based on eigenvalues
GD Grossman, DM Nickerson, MC Freeman
Ecology 72 (1), 341-347, 1991
1291991
Ecosystem-level consequences of migratory faunal depletion caused by dams
MC Freeman, CM Pringle, EA Greathouse, BJ Freeman
American Fisheries Society Symposium 35 (January), 255-266, 2003
1262003
Fish assemblage responses to water withdrawals and water supply reservoirs in piedmont streams
MC Freeman, PA Marcinek
Environmental management 38 (3), 435-450, 2006
1202006
Microhabitat use in a mediterranean riverine fish assemblage
GD Grossman, A De Sostoa, MC Freeman, J Lobón-Cerviá
Oecologia 73 (4), 490-500, 1987
1141987
Transferability of habitat suitability criteria for fishes in warmwater streams
MC Freeman, ZH Bowen, JH Crance
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 17 (1), 20-31, 1997
1131997
Movements by two small fishes in a large stream
MC Freeman
Copeia, 361-367, 1995
1131995
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