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Email me (rocky.smiley@ars.usda.gov) to request reprints of any of the following publications within peer review journals.

 

Smiley, P. C. Jr., K. W. King, and N.R. Fausey.  In review.  Public health perspectives of channelized and unchannelized headwater streams in central Ohio: a case study.  Journal of Water and Health.   

 

King, K. W., P.C. Smiley Jr., and N.R. Fausey. 2009.  Hydrology of channelized and unchannelized headwater streams in the Upper Big Walnut Creek watershed, Ohio.  Hydrological Sciences Journal 54: 929-948.

 

Smiley, P. C. Jr., R. B., Gillespie, K. W., King, and C. Huang.  2009.  Management implications of the relationships between water chemistry and fishes within channelized headwater streams in the midwestern United States. Ecohydrology DOI:10.1002/eco.51.

 

Smiley, P. C. Jr., S. S. Knight, F. D. Shields Jr., C. M. Cooper.  2009.  Influence of gully erosion control on amphibian and reptile communities within riparian zones of channelized streams.  Ecohydrology DOI: 10.1002/eco.59.

 

Smiley, P. C. Jr., Gillespie, R. B., King, K. W., and Huang, C. 2008. Relative contributions of habitat and water quality to the integrity of fish communities in agricultural drainage ditches. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 63:218A-219A. (Invited front section article).

 

Smiley, P. C. Jr., F. D. Shields Jr., and S. S. Knight.  2009.  Designing impact assessments for evaluating the ecological effects of conservation practices on streams in agricultural landscapes.  Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 45:867-878.


Smiley, P. C. Jr. and B. J. Allred.  2008. Influence of wetland size on aquatic communities within wetland reservoir subirrigation systems in northwestern Ohio.  The Ohio Journal of Science. 108-A17. (Abstract published in peer review journal).


King, K. W., P. C. Smiley Jr., B. J. Baker, and N. R. Fausey. 2008. Validation of paired watersheds for assessing conservation practices in Upper Big Walnut Creek watershed, Ohio.  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation.  63:380-395


Smiley, P. C., Jr. and E. D. Dibble.  2008.  Influence of spatial resolution on assessing channelization impacts on fish and macroinvertebrate communities in a warmwater stream in the southeastern United States.  Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 138: 17-29.


Shields, F. D. Jr., P. C. Smiley Jr., and C. M. Cooper.  2007.  Modifying erosion control structures for ecological benefits.  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 62: 157A. (Invited article)


Smiley, P. C. Jr.  2007.  Aquatic macroinvertebrate communities within agricultural drainage ditches and streams of the Upper Big Walnut Creek watershed, Ohio.  The Ohio Journal of Science 107: 7.  (Abstract published in Peer Review Journal) 


Smiley, P. C. Jr., J. D. Maul, and C. M. Cooper.  2007.  Avian community structure among restored riparian habitats in northwestern Mississippi.  Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 122: 149-156. 


Smiley, P. C., Jr. and E. D. Dibble.  2006.  Evaluating feasibility of planting aquatic plants in shallow lakes in the Mississippi Delta.  Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 44: 73-80.


Smiley, P. C. Jr., E. D. Dibble, and S. H. Schoenholtz.  2006.  Spatial and temporal variation of goldstripe darter abundance in first-order streams in north-central Mississippi.  American Midland Naturalist 156: 23-36.  


Slade, J. G., E. D. Dibble, and P. C. Smiley Jr.  2005.  Relationships between littoral zone macrophytes and the fish community in four urban Minnesota lakes.  Journal of  Freshwater Ecology 20: 635-640.  


Maul, J. D., P. C. Smiley Jr., and C. M. Cooper.  2005.  Patterns of avian nest predators and a brood parasite among restored riparian habitats in agricultural watersheds.  Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 108: 133-150.


Smiley, P. C., Jr., and E. D. Dibble.  2005.  Implications of a hierarchical relationship among channel form, instream habitat, and stream communities for restoration of channelized streams.  Hydrobiologia 548: 279-292.


Smiley, P. C. Jr., E. D. Dibble, and S. H. Schoenholtz.  2005.  Fishes of first-order streams in north-central Mississippi.  Southeastern Naturalist 4: 219-236.  


Parsons, G. R., and P. C. Smiley Jr.  2003.  The effect of environmental changes on swimming performance of the white crappie.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 18: 89-96.     


Shields, F. D., Jr., P. C. Smiley, Jr., and C. M. Cooper.  2002.  Design and management of edge-of-field water control structures for ecological benefits.  Journal of Soil and Water Conservation 57: 151-157. 


Smiley, P. C. Jr., and E. D. Dibble.  2000.  Microhabitat use by an introduced crayfish (Orconectes rusticus) in Long Lake, Wisconsin.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 15: 115-123.


Smiley, P. C. Jr., S. S. Knight, C. M. Cooper, and K. W. Kallies.  1999.  Fish richness and abundance in created riparian habitats of channelized northern Mississippi streams.  Southeastern Fishes Council Proceedings 39: 7-12. 


Cooper, C. M., P. C. Smiley Jr., J. D. Wigginton, S. S. Knight, and K. W. Kallies.  1997.  Vertebrate utilization of habitats created by installation of field-scale grade control structures.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 12: 199-207.


Smiley, P. C., Jr., and G. R. Parsons.  1997.  The effect of photoperiod and temperature on the swimming performance of white crappie.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 126: 495-499.

 

 


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