Gangloff, Michael

ASU

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Mill Dam Effects on Freshwater Mussel Growth in an Alabama Stream 2010 1653 Small dams are common in the southeastern U.S., yet few studies have quantified their effects on the region’s aquatic biota such as imperiled freshwater mussels. I investigated why freshwater mussels are more abundant and larger immediately downstrea...
Effects of Small Dams on Freshwater Bivalve Assemblages in North Carolina Piedmont and Coastal Plain Streams 2012 1140 Small dams represent one of the most widespread human alterations to North American streams, yet effects on bivalve assemblages are understudied. Dams are quickly being removed and prioritizing dams for removal presents a challenge for resource mana...
Beaver and Mill Dams Alter Freshwater Mussel Habitat, Growth, and Survival in North Carolina Piedmont Streams 2012 690 Freshwater mussels are imperiled indicator species, perform key ecosystem services, and serve as basal resources in stream foodwebs. Increasing beaver populations and mill dam removals may have consequences on freshwater mussel growth and survival. T...
Effects of Ski Slopes on Appalachian Headwater Streams 2013 378 Mountain ecosystems are increasingly stressed by human activities. Ski resorts and other winter recreation areas (WRAs) are popular in montane regions including the Southern Appalachian Mountains. Large-scale land clearing and water extraction asso...
Changes in the Freshwater Mussel Assemblage in the East Fork Tombigbee River, Mississippi: 1988-2011 2013 247 The Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway facilitates barge navigation between the Tennessee River drainage and Mobile River Basin via locks, dams, canals, and diverted streams. These alterations have destroyed habitat and isolated freshwater mussel populatio...
The Effects of Low-Head Dams and Land Use Change on North Carolina Atlantic Slope Fish Community Structure 2013 499 Dams impound streams, alter sediment regimes and other physicochemical characteristics, and fragment populations. Low-head dams are ubiquitous in eastern North America and impact communities across broad geographic scales. We sampled fish at 25 dam...
Molecular and Morphological Evidence for Multiple Cryptic Crayfish Invasions in the Southern Appalachian Mountains 2014 133 The crayfish genus Orconectes is widespread in North America and most diverse in the southeastern river drainages. Orconectes includes numerous drainage or regional endemics as well as several species considered to be aggressive invaders of freshwate...