Trent Hoover
Trent Hoover
Assistant Professor, University of Lethbridge
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Flow‐substrate interactions create and mediate leaf litter resource patches in streams
TM Hoover, JS Richardson, N Yonemitsu
Freshwater Biology 51 (3), 435-447, 2006
942006
Measurement of local bed shear stress in streams using a Preston‐static tube
JD Ackerman, TM Hoover
Limnology and Oceanography 46 (8), 2080-2087, 2001
482001
Transport and settlement of organic matter in small streams
TM Hoover, LB Marczak, JS Richardson, N Yonemitsu
Freshwater Biology 55 (2), 436-449, 2010
392010
Near-bed hydrodynamic measurements above boulders in shallow torrential streams: Implications for stream biota
TM Hoover, JD Ackerman
Journal of Environmental Engineering and Science 3 (5), 365-378, 2004
302004
Coarse particulate organic matter dynamics in small streams: towards linking function to physical structure
JS Richardson, TM Hoover, A Lecerf
Freshwater Biology 54 (10), 2116-2126, 2009
292009
Trophic interception: how a boundary‐foraging organism influences cross‐ecosystem fluxes
LB Marczak, TM Hoover, JS Richardson
Oikos 116 (10), 1651-1662, 2007
222007
Riparian canopy type, management history, and successional stage control fluxes of plant litter to streams
TM Hoover, X Pinto, JS Richardson
Canadian Journal of Forest Research 41 (7), 1394-1404, 2011
182011
The role of stranding and inundation on leaf litter decomposition in headwater streams
HL Riedl, LB Marczak, NA McLenaghan, TM Hoover
Riparian Ecology and Conservation 1, 3-10, 2013
162013
Agonistic behaviours and movement in the signal crayfish, Pacifastacus leniusculus: can dominance interactions influence crayfish size-class distributions in streams?
ML Harrison, TM Hoover, JS Richardson
Canadian journal of zoology 84 (10), 1495-1504, 2006
142006
Microdistribution of a torrential stream invertebrate: Are bottom‐up, top‐down, or hydrodynamic controls most important?
TM Hoover, JD Ackerman
Limnology and Oceanography: Fluids and Environments 1 (1), 147-162, 2011
132011
Does water velocity influence optimal escape behaviors in stream insects?
TM Hoover, JS Richardson
Behavioral Ecology 21 (2), 242-249, 2010
122010
Modeling the role of stage-structured agonistic interactions in ontogenetic habitat shifts
AE Martin, TM Hoover, JS Richardson
Behavioral Ecology 24 (2), 355-365, 2013
72013
Graphical Presentation of Data in the Journal" Ecology"
CJ Krebs, E Bredesen, A Coombs, R Daniel, R de Graf, A Elz, A Hall, ...
Bulletin of the Ecological Society of America 82 (4), 247-248, 2001
52001
A model-based comparison of organic matter dynamics between riparian-forested and open-canopy streams
K Stenroth, TM Hoover, J Herrmann, I Bohman, JS Richardson
Riparian Ecology and Conservation 1 (open-issue), 1-13, 2014
42014
DESIGNERS’GUIDES TO THE EUROCODES DESIGNERS’GUIDE TO EUROCODE 6: DESIGN OF MASONRY STRUCTURES EN 1996-1-1
J Morton
ICE, 2012
42012
Impact of Environmental Change on Honeybees and Beekeeping
SER Hoover, TM Hoover
Beekeeping for Poverty Alleviation and Livelihood Security, 463-479, 2014
32014
Hydrodynamic controls on the movement of invertebrate larvae and organic matter in small streams
T Hoover
University of British Columbia, 2008
22008
Modelling climatic change effects of decomposition processes in small streams
K Leberfinger, J Herrmann, TM Hoover, I Bohman, JS Richardson
2010
Streambed geomorphology is a key determinant of the benthic distribution of forest-to-stream resource subsidies
TM Hoover, JS Richardson
2009
How Far is Far Enough? Invertebrate Responses to Physical Constraints on Drift Distance
TM Hoover, N Yonemitsu, JS Richardson
AGUSM 2005, B33E-10, 2005
2005
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