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R. Weldon Larimore/Jordan Creek Endowment Fund Award Recipients

THE RECIPIENTS LISTED BY YEAR, NAME, & AWARD TITLE

2003 - Ben Batten - "A study of the fishes of Saline Ditch, Champaign County, Illinois"

2003 - Jeremy Tiemann - "Diel and longitudinal differences in habitat use by Noturusspecies"

2004 - Hope Dodd - "Evaluation of Newbury weirs (rock riffles) for improving habitat quality and biotic diversity in Illinois streams"

2005 - Ann Readel - "Effect of habitat degradation on the health and conservation of painted turtles (Chrysemys picta) and slider turtles (Trachemys scripta)"

2006 - Matt Diana - "Morphological differences between bluegill populations in lotic and lentic systems"

2006 - Maminirina Randrianandrasana - "Feeding habits in larval stages of Isoperla nana(Walsh) (Insecta: Plecoptera: Perlodidae) in Jordan Creek (Vermilion County, Illinois)"

2006 - Sandra Yi - "Parasite-host interactions between aquatic mites (Acari: Hydrachnidia) and mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) in urban and rural freshwater habitats"

2007 - Mark Carter - "Effects of turbidity and cover on prey selection of smallmouth bass"

2008 - Yong Cao - "The changes of stream fish-community uniqueness over the past century in Champaign County and the long-term trend in Jordan Creek"

2008 - Eden Effert - "The influence of riparian forest on community structure and stream metabolism in an agricultural watershed"

 

Jordan Creek Bibliography

Angermeier, P.L., “Spatio-temporal patterns of foraging success for fishes in an Illinois stream,”American Midland Naturalist, 114(2):342-359, 1985.

Ayars, J.S., “Scientific fish trap,” Illinois Wildlife, 10(3):12, June, 1955.

Brigham, A.R., R.W. Larimore, “Changes in water quality at Lake Shelbyville since impoundment,” Ch. 4 in Burdge, R.J., P. Opryszek, “Coping with Change: an Interdisciplinary Assessment of the Lake Shelbyville Reservoir,” Institute of Environmental Studies, Research Report No. 8, 1981.

Deacon, J.E., W.G. Bradley, “Ecological distribution of fishes of Moapa (Muddy) River in Clark County, Nevada,” Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 101(3):408-419, July, 1972.

Durham, L., “Ecological factors affecting the growth of smallmouth bass and longear sunfish in Jordan Creek,” Transactions of the Illinois Academy of Sciences, 47:25-34, 1955.

Fausch, K.D., J.R. Karr, P.R. Yant, “Regional Application of an index of biotic integrity based on stream fish communities,” Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 198_.

Fraser, D.F., T.E. Sise, “Observations of stream minnows in a patchy environment: a test of a theory of habitat distribution,” Ecology, 61(4):790-797, 1980.

Funk, J.L., “Relative efficiency and selectivity of gear used in the study of stream fish populations,” Transactions of the Twenty-third North American Wildlife Conference, p. 236-248, Mar. 3-5, 1958.

Gorman, O.T., J.R. Karr, “Habitat structure and stream fish communities,” Ecology, 59(3):507-515, 1978.

Graham, R.J., R.W.Larimore, W.F. Dimond, “Recreational fishing in the Kankakee River, Illinois,” Biological Notes, No. 120, June, 1984.

Hoyt, R.D., S.E. Neff, V.H. Resh, “Distribution, abundance, and species diversity of fishes of the Upper Salt River Drainage, Kentucky,” Transactions of the Kentucky Academy of Science, 40(1-2):1-20, 1979.

Jennings, M., D.P. Philipp, “Biotic and abiotic factors affecting survival of early life history intervals of a stream-dwelling sunfish,” Environmental Biology of Fishes 39:153-159, 1994.

Jennings, M., D.P. Philipp, “Female choice in male competition in longear sunfish.,”Behavioral Ecology, 3(1):84-94, 1992.

Jennings, M., D.P. Philipp, “Genetic variation in the longear sunfish (Lepomis megalotis),”Canada Journal of Zoology, 70:1673-1680, 1992.

Jennings, M., D.P. Philipp, “Reproductive investment and somatic growth rates in longear sunfish,” Environmental Biology of Fishes, 35:257-271, 1992.

Karr, J.R., K.D. Fausch, P.L. Angermeier, P.R. Yant, I.J. Schlosser, “Assessing biological integrity in running waters: a method and its rationale,” Illinois Natural History Survey Special Publication, 5, Sept., 1986.

Kwak, T.J., M.J. Wiley, L.L. Osborne, R.W. Larimore, “Application of diel feeding chronology to habitat suitability analysis of warmwater stream fishes,” Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 49(7):1417-1430, 1992.

Larimore, R.W., “Canvas holding tank,” The Progressive Fish-Culturist, 22(4):184, Oct. 1960.

Larimore, R.W., “Changes in the cranial nerves of the paddlefish, Polyodon spathula, accompanying development of the rostrum,” Copeia, No. 3, Sept. 15, 1949.

Larimore, R.W., “Daily and seasonal drift of organisms in a warmwater stream,” University of Illinois Water Resources Center, Reasearch Report No. 55, July, 1972.

Larimore, R.W., “Dispersal, growth, and influence of smallmouth bass stocked in a warm-water stream,” Journal of Wildlife Management, 18(2):208-216, 1954.

Larimore, R.W., “Ecological life history of the Warmouth (Centrarchidae),” Bulletin of the Illinois Natural History Survey, 27 art. 1, Aug., 1957.

Larimore, R.W., “Fish population and electrofishing success in a warm-water stream,” The Journal of Wildlife Management, 25(1):1-12, Jan. 1961.

Larimore, R.W., “Home pools and homing behavior of smallmouth black bass in Jordan Creek,”Biological Notes, No. 29, June, 1952.

Larimore, R.W., “Homing in smallmouth bass,” Illinois Wildlife Magazine, 7(3):11, ??

Larimore, R.W., “An inventory of the fishes of Jordan Creek, Vermilion County, Illinois,”Biological Notes, No. 29, Aug., 1952.

Larimore, R.W., “A marginal-dot system of indexing reference cards,” Journal of Wildlife Management, 21(1):92-94, Jan., 1957.

Larimore, R.W., “Minnow productivity in a small Illinois stream,” Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 84, 1954.

Larimore, R.W., “Progress and challenges of the fishery biologist in warmwater stream investigations,” American Fisheries Society of Warmwater Streams Symposium, p. 120-126, 1981.

Larimore, R.W., “A small boat with wheels,” The Progressive Fish-Culturist, 22(3):133.

Larimore, R.W., “Stream drift as an indication of water quality,” Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 103(3):507-517, July, 1974.

Larimore, R.W., “Streams and man: keeping streams clean and enjoyable is a fight against man, not nature,” Outdoor America, pp. 5-7, April, 1960.

Larimore, R.W., “Synchrony of cliff swallow nesting and development of the tick, Ixodes baergi,”The Southwestern Naturalist, 32(1):121-126, Mar. 7, 1987.

Larimore, R.W., “Temperature acclimation and survival of smallmouth bass fry in flooded warmwater streams,” American Fisheries Society Symposium, 31:115-122, 2002.

Larimore, R.W., “Two shallow-water bottom samplers,” The Progressive Fish-Culturist, 32(2):116-119, Apr. 1970.

Larimore, R.W., “Visual and tactile orientation of smallmouth bass fry under floodwater conditions,” in Black Bass Biology and Management, 1975.

Larimore, R.W., “Weight changes in fish after death,” Journal of Wildlife Management, 16(2):131-138, Apr. 1952.

Larimore, R.W., G.W. Bennett, “Is your farm pond an asset?” Illinois Wildlife, 6(3):4-6, June, 1951.

Larimore, R.W., W.F. Childers, C. Heckrotte, “Destruction and re-establishment of stream fish and invertebrates affected by drought,” Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 88:261-285, 1959.

Larimore, R.W., M.J. Duever, “Effects of temperature acclimation on the swimming ability of smallmouth bass fry,” Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 97(2):175-184, Apr. 18, 1968.

Larimore, R.W., L. Durham, “Development of a warmwater stream program,” pub.?, date?

Larimore, R.W., L. Durham, G.W. Bennett, “A modification of the electric fish shocker for lake work,” Journal of Wildlife Management, 14(3), July, 1950.

Larimore, R.W., A.W. Fritz, “Environmental changes in the Kaskaskia River Basin,” inRestoration Planning for the Rivers of the Mississippi River Ecosystem, 1993.

Larimore, R.W., D.D. Garrels, “Assessing habitats used by warmwater stream fishes,”Fisheries, 10(2):10-16, Mar.-Apr., 1985.

Larimore, R.W., D.D. Garrels, “Seasonal and daily microhabitat selection by Illinois stream fishes,” Illinois Natural History Survey Technical Report, pp. 1-12, 1982.

Larimore, R.W., P.W. Smith, “The fishes of Champaign County, Illinois, as affected by 60 years of stream changes,” Bulletin of the Illinois Natural History Survey, 28 art. 2, Mar., 1963.

Larimore, R.W., J.A. Tranquilli, “The Lake Sangchris study: case history of an Illinois cooling lake,” Bulletin of the Illinois Natural History Survey, 32 art.4, Aug., 1981.

Lewis, W.M., D. Elder, “The fish population of the headwaters of a spotted bass stream in Southern Illinois,” Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 82:193-202, 1952.

Lewis, W.M., “The fish population of the main stream of the Big Muddy River,” Illinois Academy of Science Transactions, 47:20-24, 1955.

Matthews, W.J., “Small fish community structure in ozark streams: structured assembly patterns of random abundance of species?” The American Midland Naturalist, 107(1):42-54, 1982.

McNurney, J.M., R.W. Larimore, M.J. Wetzel, “Distribution of lead in the sediments and fauna of a small midwestern stream,” Biological Implications of Metals in the Environment: Proceedings of the Fifteenth Annual Hanford Life Sciences Symposium at Richland, Washington, Sept. 29-Oct. 1, 1975.

Nilsen, H.C., R.W. Larimore, “Establishment of invertebrate communities on log substrates in the Kaskaskia River, Illinois,” Ecology, 54(2), Early Spring, 1973.

Osborne, L., E.E. Herricks, “Microhabitat characteristics of Hydropsyche (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae) and the importance of body size,” Journal of the North American Benthological Society 6(2):115-124, 1987.

Osborne, L., M.J. Wiley, “Empirical relationships between land use/cover and stream water quality in an agricultural watershed,” Journal of Environmental Management 26:9-27, 1988.

Report to the Government of Thailand on the Development of Programs of Inland Fishery Investigation, Management and Training. Based on the work of R.W. Larimore. FAO/EPTAReport no. 2020, May, 1965.

Schlosser, I.J., “Annual fluctuations in discharge and the assemblage structure of stream fishes,” in Review for Ecology, pp. 24, ??

Schlosser, I.J., “Fish community structure and function along two habitat gradients in a headwater stream,” Ecological Monographs 53(4):395-414, 1982.

Schlosser, I.J., “The role of predation in age- and size-related habitat use by stream fishes,”Ecology 68(3):651-659, 1987.
Schlosser, I.J., “Trophic structure, reproductive success, and growth rate of fishes in a natural and modified headwater stream,” Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 39:968-978.

Schlosser, I.J., and J.R. Karr, “Determinants of water quality in agricultural watersheds,”University of Illinois Water Resources Center Research Report, No. 147, 75 pp, 1980.

Schlosser, I.J., J.R. Karr, “Riparian vegetation and channel morphology impact on spatial patterns of water quality in agricultural watersheds,” Environmental Management, 5(3):233-243, 1981.

Schlosser, I.J., and J.R. Karr, “Water quality in agricultural watersheds: impact of riparian vegetation during base flow,” Water Resources Bulletin, 17(2):233-240, 1981.

Schlosser, I.J., and L.A. Toth,  “Niche relationships and population ecology of rainbow (Etheostoma caeruleum) and fantail (E. flabellare) darters in a temporally variable environment.,” OIKOS, 42:229-238, 1984.

Vadas, R.L., D.J. Orth, “A new technique for estimating the abundance and habitat use of stream fishes,” Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 8(4):305-317, Dec., 1993.

Wiley, M., L. Osborne, R.W. Larimore, Thomas Kwak, “Augmenting concepts and techniques for examining critical flow requirements of Illinois stream fisheries,” Illinois Natural History Survey Technical Report, (5):1-108, 1987.



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