Martha Mather, Professor
Assistant Unit Leader, Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
204B Leasure Hall
EducationPh.D., 1990, The Ohio State University. Zoology.
Area(s) of Specialization
Fish ecology, aquatic community ecology
Hitchman*, S.M, M. E. Mather, J. Smith, and J. Fencl. 2018. Identifying keystone habitats with a mosaic approach can improve biodiversity conservation in disturbed ecosystems. Global Change Biology 24(1):308-321.
Hitchman*, S. M., M. E. Mather, J. M. Smith, J. S. Fencl. 2017. Habitat mosaics and path analysis can improve biological conservation of aquatic biodiversity in ecosystems with low-head dams. Science of the Total Environment 619–620: 221–231.
Fencl*, J., M. Mather, J. Smith, and S. Hitchman. 2017. The blind men and the elephant examine biodiversity at low-head dams: are we all dealing with the same dam reality?Ecosphere 8 (1): 1-17.
Vanni, M.J., …. M.E. Mather, et al. 2017. A global database of nitrogen and phosphorus excretion rates of aquatic animals. Ecology 98(5), 2017, pp. 1475.
Gerber*, K. M., M. E. Mather, J. M. Smith. 2017. A suite of standard post-tagging evaluation metrics can help assess tag retention for field-based fish telemetry research. Reviews in Fisheries and Fish Biology 27 (3): 651–664.
Kennedy*, C. G., M. E, Mather, and J. M. Smith. 2017. Quantifying integrated, spatially-explicit, ecologically-relevant, physical heterogeneity within an estuarine seascape. Estuaries and Coasts 40(5): 1385-1397.