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Nathan R. Franssen
Nathan R. Franssen
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Anthropogenic habitat alteration induces rapid morphological divergence in a native stream fish
NR Franssen
Evolutionary applications 4 (6), 791-804, 2011
1482011
Effects of floods on fish assemblages in an intermittent prairie stream
NR Franssen, KB Gido, CS Guy, JA Tripe, SJ Shrank, TR Strakosh, ...
Freshwater Biology 51 (11), 2072-2086, 2006
1192006
Invasion of stream fishes into low trophic positions
KB Gido, NR Franssen
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16 (3), 457-464, 2007
1002007
Shared and unique morphological responses of stream fishes to anthropogenic habitat alteration
NR Franssen, J Harris, SR Clark, JF Schaefer, LK Stewart
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 280 (1752), 20122715, 2013
992013
Morphological divergence and flow‐induced phenotypic plasticity in a native fish from anthropogenically altered stream habitats
NR Franssen, LK Stewart, JF Schaefer
Ecology and evolution 3 (14), 4648-4657, 2013
872013
Fish community responses to mechanical removal of nonnative fishes in a large southwestern river
NR Franssen, JE Davis, DW Ryden, KB Gido
Fisheries 39 (8), 352-363, 2014
602014
Flow regime affects availability of native and nonnative prey of an endangered predator
NR Franssen, KB Gido, DL Propst
Biological Conservation 138 (3-4), 330-340, 2007
572007
RivFishTIME: A global database of fish time‐series to study global change ecology in riverine systems
L Comte, J Carvajal‐Quintero, PA Tedesco, X Giam, U Brose, T Erős, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 30 (1), 38-50, 2021
412021
Nitrogen cycling and metabolism in the thalweg of a prairie river
WK Dodds, JJ Beaulieu, JJ Eichmiller, JR Fischer, NR Franssen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 113 (G4), 2008
392008
Upstream effects of a reservoir on fish assemblages 45 years following impoundment
NR Franssen, M Tobler
Journal of Fish Biology 82 (5), 1659-1670, 2013
372013
Nuptial coloration of red shiners (Cyprinella lutrensis) is more intense in turbid habitats
MB Dugas, NR Franssen
Naturwissenschaften 98, 247-251, 2011
342011
Use of stable isotopes to test literature-based trophic classifications of small-bodied stream fishes
NR Franssen, KB Gido
The American Midland Naturalist 156 (1), 1-10, 2006
322006
Red shiners (Cyprinella lutrensis) have larger eyes in turbid habitats
MB Dugas, NR Franssen
Canadian Journal of Zoology 90, 1431–1436, 2012
312012
Toward improved understanding of streamflow effects on freshwater fishes
MC Freeman, KR Bestgen, D Carlisle, EA Frimpong, NR Franssen, ...
Fisheries 47 (7), 290-298, 2022
302022
Predicted and observed responses of a nonnative Channel Catfish population following managed removal to aid the recovery of endangered fishes
CA Pennock, SL Durst, BR Duran, BA Hines, CN Cathcart, JE Davis, ...
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 38 (3), 565-578, 2018
272018
Long‐term dynamics of large‐bodied fishes assessed from spatially intensive monitoring of a managed desert river
NR Franssen, SL Durst, KB Gido, DW Ryden, V Lamarra, DL Propst
River Research and Applications 32 (3), 348-361, 2016
272016
Spatial Variation in δ15N and δ13C Isotopes in the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah: Implications for the Conservation of Native Fishes
KB Gido, NR Franssen, DL Propst
Environmental Biology of Fishes 75, 197-207, 2006
272006
Isotopic tissue turnover and discrimination factors following a laboratory diet switch in Colorado pikeminnow (Ptychocheilus lucius)
NR Franssen, EI Gilbert, AP James, JE Davis
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 74 (2), 265-272, 2017
262017
Genetic structure of a native cyprinid in a reservoir‐altered stream network
NR Franssen
Freshwater Biology 57 (1), 155-165, 2012
262012
Can a highly invasive species re-invade its native community? The paradox of the red shiner
E Marsh-Matthews, WJ Matthews, NR Franssen
Biological Invasions 13, 2911-2924, 2011
252011
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