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Technical Service Center
Environmental Applications and Research Group
S. Mark Nelson,
Research Aquatic Biologist
Ecological Research and Investigations Group
P.O. Box 25007, 86-8220
Denver, Colorado 80225
Phone: (303) 445-2225
Fax: (303) 445-6328
SAMPLE OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS:
- Provides research support in the areas of aquatic/riparian invertebrate ecology, fisheries, and toxicology
- Recent studies have included field research on hyporheic macroinvertebrates associated with impacts to Lake Fork in Colorado
- Leaf processing on regulated floodplains and butterfly use of riparian zones in Arizona
- Invertebrates associated with constructed wetlands and water suitability of salmon redds in California and Washington.
- Nelson, S.M., 2004. The western viceroy butterfly (Nymphalidae: Limenitis archippus obsoleta): an indicator for riparian restoration in the arid southwestern United States? Ecological Indicators in press.
- Nelson, S.M. and R.A. Roline, 2003. Effects of multiple stressors on hyporheic invertebrates in a lotic system. Ecological Indicators in press.
- Andersen, D.C., S.M. Nelson, and D. Binkley, 2003. Flood flows, leaf breakdown, and plant-available nitrogen on a dryland river floodplain. Wetlands 23(1):180-189.
- Nelson, S.M. and D.M. Lieberman, 2002. The influence of flow and other environmental factors on benthic invertebrates in the Sacramento River, U.S.A. Hydrobiologia 489(1-3): 117-129.