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Falke, J.A. and K.B. Gido. 2006. Effects of reservoir connectivity on stream fish assemblages in the Great Plains. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 480-493.
Franssen, N.R., K.B. Gido, T. R. Strakosh, K. N. Bertrand, C. M. Franssen, C. P. Paukert, K. L. Pitts, C. S. Guy, J. A. Tripe, and S. J. Shrank. 2006. Effects of floods on fish assemblages in an intermittent prairie stream. Freshwater Biology 51: 2072–2086.
Gido, K.B., N.R. Franssen, and D.L. Propst. 2006. Spatial Variation in d15N and δ13C Isotopes in the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah: Implications for the Conservation of Native Fishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 75: 197-207.
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Knight, G.L. and K.B. Gido. 2005. Habitat use and susceptibility to predation of four prairie stream fishes: implications for conservation of the endangered Topeka shiner. Copeia 2005: 38-47.
Schaefer, J., K. Gido and M. Smith. 2005. A test for community change using a Monte-Carlo approach. Ecological Applications 15:1761-1771.
Dodds, W.K., K.B. Gido, M.R. Whiles, K.M. Fritz and W.J. Matthwes. 2004. Life on the Edge: Ecology of Prairie Streams. BioScience 54: 205-216.
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