Scott Tiegs
Scott Tiegs
Associate Professor, Dept. of Biological Sciences, Oakland University
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei oakland.edu - Startseite
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Continental-scale effects of nutrient pollution on stream ecosystem functioning
G Woodward, MO Gessner, PS Giller, V Gulis, S Hladyz, A Lecerf, ...
Science 336 (6087), 1438-1440, 2012
3962012
A strategy to assess river restoration success
S Woolsey, F Capelli, TOM Gonser, E Hoehn, M Hostmann, B Junker, ...
Freshwater Biology 52 (4), 752-769, 2007
2602007
Pacific salmon effects on stream ecosystems: a quantitative synthesis
DJ Janetski, DT Chaloner, SD Tiegs, GA Lamberti
Oecologia 159 (3), 583-595, 2009
2042009
Stream ecosystem functioning in an agricultural landscape: the importance of terrestrial–aquatic linkages
S Hladyz, K Åbjörnsson, E Chauvet, M Dobson, A Elosegi, V Ferreira, ...
Advances in ecological research 44, 211-276, 2011
902011
Forecasting functional implications of global changes in riparian plant communities
JS Kominoski, JJF Shah, C Canhoto, DG Fischer, DP Giling, E González, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 11 (8), 423-432, 2013
892013
Leaf-decomposition heterogeneity across a riverine floodplain mosaic
SD Langhans, SD Tiegs, MO Gessner, K Tockner
Aquatic Sciences 70 (3), 337-346, 2008
782008
Cotton strips as a leaf surrogate to measure decomposition in river floodplain habitats
SD Tiegs, SD Langhans, K Tockner, MO Gessner
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26 (1), 70-77, 2007
732007
Leaf decomposition and invertebrate colonization responses to manipulated litter quantity in streams
SD Tiegs, FD Peter, CT Robinson, U Uehlinger, MO Gessner
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27 (2), 321-331, 2008
722008
Timber harvest transforms ecological roles of salmon in southeast Alaska rain forest streams
SD Tiegs, DT Chaloner, P Levi, J Rüegg, JL Tank, GA Lamberti
Ecological Applications 18 (1), 4-11, 2008
712008
Planform channel dynamics of the lower Colorado River: 1976–2000
SD Tiegs, M Pohl
Geomorphology 69 (1-4), 14-27, 2005
682005
Flood disturbance and riparian species diversity on the Colorado River Delta
SD Tiegs, JF O’leary, MM Pohl, CL Munill
Biodiversity & Conservation 14 (5), 1175-1194, 2005
612005
Impacts of invasive Asian (Amynthas hilgendorfi) and European (Lumbricus rubellus) earthworms in a North American temperate deciduous forest
HG Greiner, DR Kashian, SD Tiegs
Biological Invasions 14 (10), 2017-2027, 2012
602012
Ecological Effects of Live Salmon Exceed Those of Carcasses During an Annual Spawning Migration
SD Tiegs, PS Levi, J Rüegg, DT Chaloner, JL Tank, GA Lamberti
Ecosystems 14, 598-614, 2011
592011
Leaf‐litter breakdown in pasture and deciduous woodland streams: a comparison among three European regions
S Hladyz, SD Tiegs, MO Gessner, PS Giller, G RÎŞNOVEANU, E Preda, ...
Freshwater Biology 55 (9), 1916-1929, 2010
552010
A standardized cotton-strip assay for measuring organic-matter decomposition in streams
SD Tiegs, JE Clapcott, NA Griffiths, AJ Boulton
Ecological indicators 32, 131-139, 2013
522013
Litter decomposition across multiple spatial scales in stream networks
SD Tiegs, PO Akinwole, MO Gessner
Oecologia 161 (2), 343-351, 2009
522009
Separating physical disturbance and nutrient enrichment caused by Pacific salmon in stream ecosystems
SD Tiegs, EY Campbell, PS Levi, J Rueegg, ME Benbow, DT Chaloner, ...
Freshwater Biology 54 (9), 1864-1875, 2009
482009
Modelling nutrient transport and transformation by pool‐breeding amphibians in forested landscapes using a 21‐year dataset
KA Capps, KA Berven, SD Tiegs
Freshwater Biology 60 (3), 500-511, 2015
472015
Anthropogenic changes to leaf litter input affect the fitness of a larval amphibian
JP Stephens, KA Berven, SD Tiegs
Freshwater Biology 58 (8), 1631-1646, 2013
472013
Recommendations for the Next Generation of Global Freshwater Biological Monitoring Tools
MC Jackson, OLF Weyl, F Altermatt, I Durance, N Friberg, AJ Dumbrell, ...
Advances in Ecological Research 55, 615-636, 2016
442016
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