James E. Whitney
James E. Whitney
Assistant Professor, Pittsburg State University
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Climate change effects on North American inland fish populations and assemblages
AJ Lynch, BJE Myers, C Chu, LA Eby, JA Falke, RP Kovach, ...
Fisheries 41 (7), 346-361, 2016
Physiological basis of climate change impacts on North American inland fishes
JE Whitney, R Al-Chokhachy, DB Bunnell, CA Caldwell, SJ Cooke, ...
Fisheries 41 (7), 332-345, 2016
Adapting inland fisheries management to a changing climate
CP Paukert, BA Glazer, GJA Hansen, BJ Irwin, PC Jacobson, JL Kershner, ...
Fisheries 41 (7), 374-384, 2016
Fragmentation, connectivity and fish species persistence in freshwater ecosystems
KB Gido, JE Whitney, JS Perkin, TF Turner
Conservation of freshwater fishes, 292-323, 2016
Resistance, Resilience, and Community Recovery in Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams
MT Bogan, ET Chester, T Datry, AL Murphy, BJ Robson, A Ruhi, ...
Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams, 349-376, 2017
Identifying alternate pathways for climate change to impact inland recreational fishers
LM Hunt, EP Fenichel, DC Fulton, R Mendelsohn, JW Smith, TD Tunney, ...
Fisheries 41 (7), 362-372, 2016
Efficacy of mechanically removing nonnative predators from a desert stream
DL Propst, KB Gido, JE Whitney, EI Gilbert, TJ Pilger, AM Moniť, ...
River Research and Applications 31 (6), 692-703, 2015
River network architecture, genetic effective size and distributional patterns predict differences in genetic structure across species in a dryland stream fish community
TJ Pilger, KB Gido, DL Propst, JE Whitney, TF Turner
Molecular Ecology 26 (10), 2687-2697, 2017
Consecutive wildfires affect stream biota in cold-and warmwater dryland river networks
JE Whitney, KB Gido, TJ Pilger, DL Propst, TF Turner
Freshwater Science 34 (4), 1510-1526, 2015
The first to arrive and the last to leave: colonisation and extinction dynamics of common and rare fishes in intermittent prairie streams
JE Whitney, KB Gido, EC Martin, KJ Hase
Freshwater Biology 61 (8), 1321-1334, 2016
Factors associated with the success of native and nonnative species in an unfragmented arid-land riverscape
JE Whitney, KB Gido, DL Propst
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71 (8), 1134-1145, 2014
Metapopulation analysis indicates native and non‐native fishes respond differently to effects of wildfire on desert streams
JE Whitney, KB Gido, TJ Pilger, DL Propst, TF Turner
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 25 (3), 376-392, 2016
Comparative conservation genetics of protected endemic fishes in an arid-land riverscape
TJ Pilger, KB Gido, DL Propst, JE Whitney, TF Turner
Conservation Genetics 16, 875-888, 2015
Pockets of resistance: Response of arid‐land fish communities to climate, hydrology, and wildfire
KB Gido, DL Propst, JE Whitney, SC Hedden, TF Turner, TJ Pilger
Freshwater biology 64 (4), 761-777, 2019
Forecasted range shifts of arid-land fishes in response to climate change
JE Whitney, JB Whittier, CP Paukert, JD Olden, AL Strecker
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27, 463-479, 2017
Identifying the source population of fish re-colonizing an arid-land stream following wildfire-induced extirpation using otolith microchemistry
JE Whitney, KB Gido, SC Hedden, GL Macpherson, TJ Pilger, DL Propst, ...
Hydrobiologia 797, 29-45, 2017
Introduced Flathead Catfish Consumptive Demand on Native Fishes of the Upper Gila River, New Mexico
SC Hedden, KB Gido, JE Whitney
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36 (1), 55-61, 2016
Habitat associations of stream fishes in protected tallgrass prairie streams
EC Martin, JE Whitney, KB Gido, KJ Hase
The American Midland Naturalist 170 (1), 39-51, 2013
Thermal performance of larval longfin dace (Agosia chrysogaster), with implications for climate change
MJ Troia, JE Whitney, KB Gido
Environmental biology of fishes 98, 395-404, 2015
Long‐Term Change of Fish Communities in a Polluted Watershed: Does Cleaner Water “Act” on Fishes?
JE Whitney, JA Holloway, DT Scholes, AD King
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 148 (1), 191-206, 2019
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