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McIntyre, P.B., A. S. Flecker, M. J. Vanni, J. M. Hood, B. W. Taylor, and S. A. Thomas. (In press) Fish distributions and nutrient recycling in a Neotropical stream: can fish create biogeochemical hotspots? Ecology.
Peckarsky, B.L., B. Kerans, B.W. Taylor, and A. R. McIntosh. 2008. Predator effects on prey population dynamics in open systems. Oecologia. PDF
Taylor, B.W., C.A. Keep, A.S. Flecker, R.O. Hall Jr., B.J. Koch, L.M. Tronstad, and A.J. Ulseth. 2007. Improving the fluorometric ammonium method: matrix effects, background fluorescence, and standard additions. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26: 167-177. PDF
Flecker, A. S., and B.W. Taylor. 2004. Tropical fishes as biological bulldozers: density effects on spatial heterogeneity and species diversity. Ecology 85:2267-2278. PDF
Solomon, C. T., A. S. Flecker, and B.W. Taylor. 2004. Testing the role of sediment-mediated interactions between tadpoles and armored catfish in a neotropical stream. Copiea 3:610-616 PDF
McIntosh, A. R., B. L. Peckarsky, and B.W. Taylor. 2004. Predator-induced resource heterogeneity in stream food web. Ecology 85:2279-2290. PDF
Flecker, A.S, B.W. Taylor, E.S. Bernhardt, J.H. Hood, W.K. Cornwell, S.R. Cassatt, M.J. Vanni, and N. Altmann. 2002. Interactions between herbivorous fishes and limiting nutrients in a tropical stream ecosystem. Ecology 87:1831-1844. PDF
Peckarsky, B.L., A.R. McIntosh, B.W. Taylor, and J.Dahl. 2002. Predator chemicals induce changes in
mayfly life history traits: A whole-stream manipulation. Ecology 83:612-618. PDF
McIntosh, A.R., B.L. Peckarsky, and B.W. Taylor. 2002. The influence of predatory fish on mayfly drift: extrapolating between scales. Freshwater Biology 47:1497-1513. PDF
Peckarsky, B.L., B.W. Taylor, A. R. McIntosh, M.A. McPeek and D.A. Lytle. 2001. Variation in mayfly size at metamorphosis as a developmental response to fish predation. Ecology 82:740-757. PDF
Peckarsky, B.L., B.W. Taylor, C.C. Caudill. 2000. Hydrologic and behavioral constraints on local recruitment of stream insects: implications for dispersal. Oecologia 125:186-200. PDF (Copyright held by Springer, who allows posting with this acknowledgement)
McIntosh, A.R., Peckarsky, B.L. and B.W. Taylor. 1999. Rapid size-specific changes in mayfly drift caused by alterations in fish odour concentration. Oecologia 118:256-264. PDF (Copyright held by Springer, who allows posting with this acknowledgement)
Flecker, A.S., Feiferek, B.P. and B.W. Taylor. 1999. Ecosystem engineering by a tropical tadpole: density dependent effects on habitat structure and larval growth rates. Copeia 2:495-500. PDF
Golladay, S.W., S.
Entrekin, and B.W. Taylor. 1999. Forested limesink wetlands of
Palik B, S.W. Golladay, P.C. Goebel, and B.W. Taylor. 1998. Geomorphic variation in riparian tree mortality and stream coarse woody debris recruitment from record flooding in a coastal plain stream. Ecoscience 5:551-560.
Golladay, S.W., B.W.
Taylor and B.J. Palik. 1996. Invertebrate communities of forested
limesink wetlands in southwest
Golladay, S.W. and B.W. Taylor. 1995. Characteristics of suspended particulate organic and inorganic
matter in Ichawaynochaway Creek: a brown water Coastal Plain stream. Proceedings of the Georgia Water Resources Conference. 380-383 PDF