PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (* indicates graduate students working in my lab):

102. *Martin, E.C., K.B. Gido, N. Bello, and W.K. Dodds. In press. Increasing fish taxonomic and functional richness affects ecosystem properties of small headwater prairie streams. Freshwater Biology.pdf
101. *Pennock, C.A. and K.B. Gido. In press. Density-dependence of herbivorous Central Stoneroller Campostoma anomalum in stream mesocosms. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes.pdf
100. *Hedden, S.C., J.E. Whitney and K.B. Gido. In press. Introduced Flathead Catfish Pylodictis olivaris Consumptive Demand on Native Fishes of the Upper Gila River, New Mexico. North American Journal of Fisheries Management.pdf
99. *Troia, M.J., M.A. Denk, and K.B. Gido. 2016. Temperature-dependent performance as a driver of warmwater fish species replacement along the river continuum. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.pdf
98. Gido, K.B., J.E. Whitney*, J.S. Perkin*, and T.F. Turner. 2016. Fragmentation, connectivity and fish species persistence in freshwater ecosystems. In: Closs et. al. (eds). Fish Conservation. Cambridge University Press.
97. *Whitney, J.E., K.B. Gido, E.C. Martin and K.J. Hase. 2015. The first to go and the last to leave: colonization and extinction dynamics of common and rare fishes in intermittent prairie streams. Freshwater Biology.
pdf 96. *Cathcart, C.N., K.B. Gido, and M. McKinstry. 2015. Fish Community Distributions and Movements in Two Tributaries of the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah, USA. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 144:1013-1028. pdf
95. *Whitney, J.E., K.B. Gido, T.J. Pilger, D.L. Propst and T.F. Turner. 2015. Biotic response to consecutive wildfires in a warmwater dryland river network. Freshwater Science 34:1510-1526.
94. Pilger, TJ, K.B. Gido, D.L. Propst, J.E. Whitney, T.F. Turner. 2015. Comparative conservation genetics of protected endemic fishes in an arid-land riverscape. Conservation Gentics. 16:875-888.pdf
93. Whitney, J.E., K.B. Gido, T.J. Pilger, D.L. Propst, and T.F. Turner. In press. Metapopulation analysis indicates native and nonnative fishes respond differently to wildfire in a desert stream. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes. pdf
92. Troia, M.J. and K.B. Gido. 2015. Multi-trait functional strategies drive community assembly of stream fishes along environmental gradients and across spatial scales. Oecologia 177:545–559. pdf
92.  Dodds, W.K., M.R. Whiles, K.B. Gido, M.R. Daniels and B. Grudzinski.  2015.  The stream biome gradient concept: controlling factors of lotic systems across broad biogeographic scales.  Freshwater Science. pdf
91.  Franssen, N.R., S.L. Durst, K.B. Gido, and D.L. Propst.  2016.  Long-term fish community dynamics from spatially intensive monitoring of a managed desert river.  River Research and Applications 32:348-361. pdf
90.  Osborne, M., T. F. Turner, K. B. Gido, and J. S. Perkin.  In press.  Comparative riverscape genetics reveals reservoirs of genetic diversity for conservation and restoration of Great Plains fishes.   Molecular Ecology23: 5663-5679. pdf
89. *Perkin, J.S., M.J. Troia*, D.C.R. Shaw*, J.E. Gerken*, and K.B. Gido.  2014.  Multiple Watershed Alterations Influence Fish Community Structure in Great Plains Prairie Streams.  Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 25:141-155.pdf
88.  *Perkin, J.S., K.B. Gido, K.H. Costigan, M.D. Daniels and E.R. Johnson.  2014. Fragmentation and drying ratchet down Great Plains stream fish diversity.  Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 25:639-655.pdf
87.  *Perkin, J.S., K.B. Gido, A.R. Cooper, T.F. Turner, M.J. Osborne, E.R. Johnson and K.B. Mayes.  2014.  Fragmentation and dewatering transform Great Plains stream fish communities.  Ecological Monographs 85:73-92. pdf
86.  Propst, D.L., K.B. Gido, J.E. Whitney*, E.I. Gilbert, T.J. Pilger, A.M. Monie, Y.M. Paroz, J.M. Monzingo and D.A. Meyers. 2014.  Efficacy of Mechanically Removing Nonnative Predators from a Desert Stream.  River Research and Applications 31:692-703. pdf
85.  *Whitney, J.E., K.B. Gido and D.L. Propst.  2014.  Factors Associated with the Success of Native and Nonnative Species in an Unfragmented Arid-Land Riverscape.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71: 1134-1145.pdf
84.  *Troia, M.J., J.E. Whitney and K.B. Gido.  2015.  Broadcast spawning over cobble by longfin dace (Agosia chrysogaster) in artificial stream channels.  The Southwestern Naturalist. 59:277-280..pdf
83.  *Maine, J.J., J.E. Whitney* and K.B. Gido.  2014.  Dietary overlap of invertivorous fishes and macroinvertebrates in the Gila River, NM.  The Southwestern Naturalist 59:292-295.pdf
82.  Franssen, N.R., J.E. Davis, K.B. Gido, and D. Ryden.  In press.  Fish community responses to mechanical removal of nonnative fishes in a large southwestern river. Fisheries.pdf
81. Troia*, M.J. and K.B. Gido.  2014.  Towards a mechanistic understanding of stream fish niche divergence along a river continuum.  Ecosphere.pdf
80. Troia*, M.J., J.E. Whitney* and K.B. Gido.  2015.  Thermal performance of larval longfin dace (Agosia chrysogaster), with implications for climate change.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 98:395-404..pdf
79. Gido, K.B., J.E. Whitney*, J.S. Perkin, and T.F. Turner.  2016.  Fragmentation, connectivity and species.  In: Closs et. al. (eds).  Fish Conservation.  Cambridge University Press.
78. Costigan*, K.H., J.S. Perkin*, M.D. Daniels and K.B. Gido.  2014.  Longitudinal variability in hydraulic geometry and substrate characteristics of a Great Plains sand-bed river.  Geomorphology 210:48-58. pdf
77. Stewart-Koster, B., J.D. Olden, and K.B. Gido.  2014.  Quantifying flow-ecology relationships with functional linear models.  Hydrological Sciences Journal. 59: 629–644.. pdf
76. Olden, J.D., C.P. Konrad, T.S. Melis, M.J. Kennard, M.C. Freeman, M.C. Mims, E.N. Bray, K.B. Gido, N.P. Hemhill, D.A. Lytle, L.E. McMullen, M.Pyron, C. T. Robinson, J.C. Schmidt, J.G. Williams.  2014.  Are large-scale flow experiments informing emerging challenges in freshwater management?  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12:176-185. pdf
75. *Troia, M.J. and K.B. Gido.  2013.  Predicting Community-Environment Relationships of Stream Fishes across Multiple Drainage Basins: Insights into Model Generality and the Effect of Spatial Extent.  Journal of Environmental Management. 128:313-323. pdf
74. *Bertrand, K.N., M.R. Whiles, J.R. Murdock* and K.B. Gido.  2013.  Influence of macroconsumers, stream position, and nutrient gradients on invertebrate assemblage development following flooding in intermittent prairie streams.  Hydrobiologia 714:169–182. pdf
73. Perkin, J.S., K.B. Gido, O. Al-Ta'Ani, and C. Scoglio. 2013. Simulating Fish Dispersal in Stream Networks Fragmented by Multiple Road Crossings. Ecological Modeling. 257:44-56. pdf
72. Gido, K.B., D.L. Propst, J.D. Olden and K.R. Bestgen. 2013. Multi-decadal responses of native and introduced fishes to natural and altered flows in streams of the American Southwest. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 70: 554-564. pdf
71. *Martin, E.C., J.E. Whitney* and K.B. Gido. 2013. Habitat associations of stream fishes in a rare and declining ecosystem. American Midland Naturalist. 170: 39-51. pdf
70. Hudman, S. and K.B. Gido. 2013. Multi-scale effects of impoundments on genetic structure of creek chub (Semotilus atromaculatus) in the Kansas River basin. Freshwater Biology 58:441-453. pdf
69. *Perkin, J.S. and K.B. Gido. 2012. Fragmentation alters stream fish community structure in dendritic ecological networks. Ecological Applications 22: 2176–2187. pdf
68. Gido, K.B. and D.L. Propst. 2012. Long-term dynamics of native and nonnative fishes in the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah under a partially managed flow regime. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 141:645-659. pdf
67. *Pilger, T.J. and K.B. Gido. 2012. Variation in Unionid Assemblages between Streams and a Reservoir within the Kansas River Basin. The American Midland Naturalist. 167:356–365. pdf
66. Konrad C.P., J.D. Olden, D.A. Lytle, T.S. Melis, J.C. Schmidt, E. Bray, M.C. Freeman, K.B. Gido, N. Hemphill, M.J. Kennard, L. McMullen, M.C. Mims, M. Pyron, C.T. Robinson, J.G., Williams. 2011. Large-scale flow experiments for managing rivers. BioScience 61:948-959. pdf
65. *Reisinger, A.J., K.B. Gido and W.K. Dodds. 2011. Direct and indirect effects of central stoneroller (Campostoma anomalum ) on mesocosm recovery following a flood: can macroconsumers affect denitrification? Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30:840-852. pdf
64. *Perkin, J.S and K.B. Gido. 2011. Stream Fragmentation Thresholds for a Reproductive Guild of Endemic Great Plains Fishes. Fisheries 36:371-383. pdf
63. Stefferud, J, D.L. Propst, and K.B. Gido. 2011. Spatially variable response of native fish assemblages to discharge, nonnative predators and habitat characteristics in an arid-land river. Freshwater Biology 56:1403-1416. pdf
62. *Kohler, T., K.B. Gido, J.M. *Murdock and W.K. Dodds. 2011. Nutrient loading and grazing by the minnow Phoxinus erythrogaster shift periphyton abundance and stoichiometry in experimental streams. Freshwater Biology 56:1133–1146. pdf
61. *Murdock, J.M., W.K. Dodds, K.B. Gido and M.R. Whiles. 2011. Dynamic influences of nutrients and grazing fish on benthic algae during recovery from flood. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 30: 331-345 pdf
60. Franssen*, N.R., M. Tobler, and K.B. Gido. 2011. Biodiversity and stability in a highly imperiled ecosystem: Can compensatory dynamics stabilize diverse riverine communities? Oikos 120:582-590. pdf
59. Dodds, W. K, W.H. Clements, K.B. Gido, R.H. Hilderbrand and R.S. King. 2010. Thresholds, breakpoints, and non-linearity in freshwater systems as related to management. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29:988-997. pdf
58. Gido, K.B., W.K. Dodds and M.E. Eberle. 2010. Retrospective analysis of fish community change during a half-century of land-use and streamflow changes. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 29:970-987. pdf
57. *Pilger, T.J., K.B. Gido and D.L. Propst. 2010. Food Web Structure and Interactions in the Gila River, USA: Implications for Native Fish Conservation. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes. 19: 300–321. pdf
56. Gido, K.B., D.A. Jackson. 2010. Community ecology of stream fishes: synthesis and future directions. Pages 651 – 664 In: Advances in Stream Fish Community Ecology: Concepts, Approaches and Techniques (Eds. K.B. Gido and D.A. Jackson). American Fisheries Society, Symposium 73. Bethesda, Maryland. pdf
55. Gido, K.B., K.N. *Bertrand, J.N. *Murdock, W.K. Dodds, and M.R. Whiles. 2010. Disturbance mediated effects of stream fishes on ecosystem processes: concepts and results from highly variable prairie streams. Pages 593 – 617 In: Advances in Stream Fish Community Ecology: Concepts, Approaches and Techniques (Eds. K.B. Gido and D.A. Jackson). American Fisheries Society, Symposium 73. Bethesda, Maryland. pdf
54. *Thornbrugh, D.J. and K.B. Gido. 2010. Influence of spatial positioning within stream networks on fish assemblage structure in the Kansas River basin, USA. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67: 143–156. pdf Please see erratum pdf
53. *Murdock, J.N., K.B. Gido, W.K. Dodds, K.N. *Bertrand, and M.R. Whiles. 2010. Consumer return chronology alters recovery trajectory of stream ecosystem structure and function following drought. Ecology 91:1048-1062. pdf
52. Gido, K.B., J. Schaefer, and J.A. Falke. 2009. Convergence of littoral zone fish communities in reservoirs. Freshwater Biology. 54:1163-1177. pdf
51. *Bertrand, K.N., K.B. Gido, W.K. Dodds, J.N. Murdock*, and M.R. Whiles. 2009. Disturbance frequency and assemblage functional composition mediate ecosystem processes in prairie streams. Oikos 118:917-933. pdf
50. Strakosh*, T.R., K.B. Gido and C.S. Guy. In press. Effects of American Water Willow Establishment on Density, Growth, Diet, and Condition of Age-0 Largemouth Bass Micropterus salmoides in Kansas Reservoirs. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. pdf
49. Bengtson*, J.R., M. Evans-White* and K.B. Gido. 2008. Effects of grazing minnows (Phoxinus erythrogaster) and crayfish (Orconectes nais and O. neglectus) on stream ecosystem structure and function. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. 27:772–782. pdf
48. Propst, D.L., K.B. Gido and J.A. Stefferud. 2008. Natural flow regimes, nonnative fishes, and persistence of native fish assemblages in arid-land river systems. Ecological Applications 18:1236-1252. pdf
47. Gido, K.B. and C.W. Hargrave. 2009. Fish, Productivity. In G.E. Likens (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Inland Waters, volume 3, pp. 473-481 Oxford: Elsevier. pdf
46.  Pilger*, T.J., N.R. Franssen and K.B. Gido.  2008.  Prey of introduced largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) in the San Juan River, NM.  The Southwestern Naturalist. 53:108–114 pdf
45.  Franssen*, N.R., K.B. Gido and D.L. Propst.  2007.  Flow regime affects availability of nonnative prey of an endangered predator.  Biological Conservation 138:330-340. pdf
44.  Gido, K.B. and N.R. Franssen*.  2007.  Invasion of stream fishes into low trophic positions.  Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 16:457-464. pdf
43.  Bertrand*, K.N. and K.B. Gido.  2007.  Effects of the herbivorous minnow, southern redbelly dace (Phoxinus erythrogaster) on stream ecosystem structure and function.  Oecologia. 151:69–81. pdf
42.  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, S. J. Shrank.  2006.  Effects of floods on fish assemblages in an intermittent prairie stream.  Freshwater Biology 51: 2072–2086. pdf
41.  Bertrand*, K.N., K.B. Gido, and C.S. Guy.  2006.  An evaluation of single-pass versus three-pass backpack electrofishing to estimate trends in species abundance and richness in prairie streams.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Sciences 109:131-138. pdf
40.  Matthews, W.J., K.B. Gido, G.P. Garrett, F.P. Gelwick, J. Stewart, and J. Schaefer.  2006.  Modular experimental riffle-pool stream system.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 135:1559-1566. pdf
39.  Ramirez, R., E. R. Johnson, and K. B. Gido.  2006.  Effects of artificial lighting and presence of Menidia beryllina on growth and diet of Labidesthes sicculus.  Southwestern Naturalist 51:510-513. pdf
38. Franssen*, N.R., K.B. Gido.  2006.  Use of stable isotopes to test literature-based trophic classifications of small-bodied stream fishes.  American Midland Naturalist 156:1-10. pdf
37. Gido, K.B., N.R. Franssen*, and D.L. Propst.  2006.  Spatial Variation in d15N and ?13C Isotopes in the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah: Implications for the Conservation of Native Fishes.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 75:197-207. pdf
36. 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. pdf
35. Gido, K.B., J.A. Falke*, R.M. Oakes*, and K.J. Hase.  2006.  Fish-habitat relationships across spatial scales in prairie streams.  Hughes, B., P. Seelbach, and L. Wang (eds.) Influences of Landscapes on Stream Habitats and Biological Communities, American Fisheries Society Symposium 48:265–285. pdf
34. Falke*, J.A. and K. B. Gido.  2006.  Spatial effects of reservoirs on stream fish assemblages in the Great Plains, U.S.A.  River Research and Applications 22:55-68. pdf
33. Oakes*, R.M., K. B. Gido, J.A. Falke*, J.D. Olden, and B.L. Brock.  2005. Predictive modeling of stream fish assemblages in the Great Plains.  Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 14:361-374. pdf
32. Schaefer, J., K. Gido and M. Smith.  2005.  A test for community change using a Monte-Carlo approach.  Ecological Applications: 15:1761-1771. pdf
31. Strakosh*, T.R., J.L. Eitzmann, K.B. Gido, C.S.Guy.  2005.  The response of water willow, Justicia americana, to different inundation and desiccation regimes.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1476–1485. pdf
30. Matthews, W.L., K. B. Gido, C. Vaughn, and E. Marsh-Matthews.  2005.  Southern Plains Rivers.  Pages 283-325 In: Rivers of North America (Benke, A. C. and C. E. Cushing, eds.). Elsevier Inc., Amsterdam.
29. Haslouer, S. G., M.E. Eberle, D. R. Edds, K.B. Gido, C. S. Mammoliti, J.R. Triplett, J.T. Collins, D.A. Distler, D.G. Huggins, and W.J. Stark.  2005.  Current Status of Native Fish Species in Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Sciences 108:32-46. pdf
28. 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. pdf
27. Eggleton, M. A., R. Ramirez, C. W. Hargrave, K. B. Gido, J. R. Masoner, G. D. Schnell and W. J. Matthews.  2005.  Predictability of littoral-zone fish assemblages through ontogeny in Lake Texoma, Oklahoma-Texas, USA.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 73:21-36. pdf
26. Propst, D.L. and K. B. Gido.  2004.  Responses of Native and Nonnative Fishes to Natural Flow Regime Mimicry in the San Juan River.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:922-931. pdf
25. Matthews, W. J., K. B. Gido, and F. P. Gelwick.  2004.  Fish Assemblages of Reservoirs, Illustrated by Lake Texoma (Oklahoma-Texas, U.S.A.).  Lake and Reservoir Management 20:219-239. pdf
24. Vaughn, C. C., K. B. Gido, and D. E. Spooner.  2004.  Ecosystem processes performed by unionid mussels in stream mesocosms: species roles and effects of abundance.  Hydrobiologia 527:35-47. pdf
23. Eggleton, M. A., K.B. Gido, W. J. Matthews, and G.D. Schnell.  2004.  Assessment of anthropogenic influences on littoral-zone aquatic communities of Lake Texoma, Oklahoma-Texas, USA.  Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology 4:113-127. pdf
22. 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. pdf
21. Hargrave, C. W. and K. B. Gido.  2004.  Evidence of reproduction by exotic grass carp in the Red and Washita Rivers (Oklahoma).  Southwestern Association of Naturalists 49:89-93.
20. Gido, K. B., J. F. Schaefer, and J. Pigg.  2004.  Patterns of fish invasions in the Great Plains.  Biological Conservation  118:121-131. pdf
19. Gido, K. B.  2003.  Effects of gizzard shad (Dorosoma cepedianum LeSuer) and other large-bodied fishes on benthic communities in reservoirs.  Journal of Fish Biology 62:1392-1404. pdf
18. Schaefer, J. F., E. Marsh-Matthews, D. E. Spooner , K. B. Gido, and W. J. Matthews.  2003.  Effects of barriers and thermal refugia on local movement of the threatened leopard darter, Percina pantherina.  Environmental Biology of Fishes.  66:391-400. pdf
17. Marsh-Matthews, E., Matthews, W. J., K. B. Gido, and R. L. Marsh.  2002.  Reproduction by young-of-year red shiner (Cyprinella lutrensis) and its implications for invasion success. Southwestern Association of Naturalists 47:605-610. pdf
16. Gido, K. B., C. S. Guy, T. R. Strakosh*, R. J. Bernot, K. Hase, and M. Shaw.  2002.   Long-term changes in the fish assemblages of the Big Blue River basin 40 years after the construction of Tuttle Creek Reservoir.  Kansas Academy of Sciences Transactions  (Frank Cross Memorial Issue) 105(3-4):193-208. pdf
15. Gido, K. B.  2002.  Interspecific comparisons and the potential importance of nutrient excretion by benthic fishes in a large reservoir.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131:260-270. pdf
14. Gido, K. B., Chad W. Hargrave, William J. Matthews, Gary D. Schnell, Darrell W. Pogue, and Guy Sewell.  2002.  Structure of littoral-zone fish communities in relation to habitat, physical, and chemical gradients in a southern reservoir.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 63:253-263. pdf
13. Pratt, K. E., C. W. Hargrave, and K. B. Gido.  2002.  Rediscovery of Labidesthes sicculus (Atherinidae) in Lake Texoma (Oklahoma-Texas).  The Southwestern Naturalist.  47:142-147. pdf
12. Matthews, W. J., K. B. Gido, and E. Marsh-Matthews.  2001.  Density-dependent overwinter survival and growth of a minnow from harsh stream environments.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130:478-488. pdf
11. Gido, K. B. and W. J. Matthews.  2001.  Ecosystem effects of water column minnows in experimental streams.  Oecologia 126:247-253. pdf
10. Gido, K. B.  2001.  Feeding ecology of three omnivorous fishes in Lake Texoma (Oklahoma-Texas).  The Southwestern Naturalist 46:23-33. pdf
9. Gido, K. B. and W. J. Matthews. 2000.  Dynamics of the offshore fish assemblage in a southwestern reservoir (Lake Texoma, Oklahoma-Texas).  Copeia 2000:917-930. pdf
8. Gido, K. B., W. J. Matthews, and W. C. Wolfinbarger.  2000.  Long-term changes in a fish assemblage of an artificial reservoir: stability in an unpredictable environment.  Ecological Applications 10:1517-1529. pdf
7. Gido, K. B., R. D. Larson, and L. A. Ahlm.  2000.  Stream-channel position of adult rainbow trout downstream of Navajo Reservoir, New Mexico, following changes in reservoir release.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20:250-258. pdf
6. Gido, K. B. and  J. H. Brown.  1999.  Invasion of alien fish species in North American drainages.  Freshwater Biology 42:387-398. pdf
5. Gido, K. B., J. F. Schaefer, K. Work, P. W. Lienesch, E. Marsh-Matthews, and W. J. Matthews.  1999.  Effects of red shiner (Cyprinella lutrensis) on Red River pupfish (Cyprinodon rubrofluviatilis).  The Southwestern Naturalist 44:287-295. pdf
4. Brandenburg, W. H. and K. B. Gido.  1999.  Nonnative predation on native ichthyofauna in the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah.  The Southwestern Naturalist 44:392-394. pdf
3. Gido, K. B. and D. L. Propst.  1999.  Habitat use and association of native and nonnative fishes in the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah.  Copeia 1999(2):321-333. pdf
2. Pigg, J., M. S. Coleman, J. Wright, R. Gibbs, K. B. Gido., and R. Lemmons.  1998.  An ecological investigation of the ichthyofauna in Deep Fork River, central Oklahoma: 1976 to 1996.  Proceedings of the Oklahoma Academy of Science 78:67-110. pdf
1. Gido, K. B., D. L. Propst, and M. C. Molles, Jr.  1997. Spatial and temporal variation of fish communities in secondary channels of the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 49:417-434. pdf

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