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Characterization of the diatom flora in the Lower Mountain Fork (Oklahoma, USA), a novel regulated river with a disjunct population of the diatom Didymosphenia geminata (Bacillariophyta)

Elizabeth A. Bergey, Nina Desianti & Joshua T. Cooper   Regulated rivers are novel ecosystems with altered temperature and flow regimes that can be used to test distribution patterns of microscopic organisms, such [...]

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The use of diatoms in ecotoxicology and bioassessment: Insights, advances and challenges

Lalit K. Pandey, Elizabeth A. Bergey, Jie Lyu, Jihae Park, Soyeon Choi, Hojun Lee, Stephen Depuydt, Young-Tae Oh, Sung-Mo Lee, Taejun Han   Diatoms are regularly used for bioassessment and ecotoxicological studies in [...]

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Cigarette butts may have low toxicity to soil-dwelling invertebrates: Evidence from a land snail

Hussan Gill, Kyler Rogers, Bilal Rehman, John Moynihan, Elizabeth A. Bergey   Cigarette butts are a common form of litter that is often deposited on soil, where toxins from butts may affect soil-dwelling [...]

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Temporal migration patterns between natal locations of ruby-throated hummingbirds (Archilochus colubris) and their Gulf Coast stopover site

Theodore J. Zenzal Jr, Andrea J. Contina, Jeffrey F. Kelly and Frank R. Moore   Autumn latitudinal migrations generally exhibit one of two different temporal migration patterns: type 1 where southern populations migrate [...]

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From Agricultural Benefits to Aviation Safety: Realizing the Potential of Continent-Wide Radar Networks

Silke Bauer, Jason W. Chapman, Don R. Reynolds, José A. Alves, Adriaan M. Dokter, Myles M. H. Menz, Nir Sapir, Michał Ciach, Lars B. Pettersson, Jeffrey F. Kelly, Hidde Leijnse , Judy Shamoun-Baranes   [...]

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Inventory of Tetrapod Vertebrates of Chickasaw National Recreation Area

Jeff Kelly, Joel Strong, Jesse Bahm, and Adrienne Lee Cooper As part of its biological inventory program the National Park Service (NPS) contracted with the Oklahoma Natural Heritage Inventory to conduct a formal [...]

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