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* denotes an undergraduate student author; = denotes equal contributions of authors

 

In press

  • Fritz, S., L. K. Albertson, J. Hobgood*, G. C. Poole, H. Oakland, and E. Mohr. In press. Macroinvertebrate ecosystem engineering affects streambed retention of microplastics. Freshwater Science.

 

  • Glassic, H. C., C. S. Guy, D. R. Lujan, L. M. Tronstad, M. A Briggs, L. K. Albertson, and T. M. Koel. In press. Invasive predator diet plasticity has implications for native fish conservation and invasive species suppression. PLoS ONE.

 

2023

  • Cox*, T., M. Lance, L. K. Albertson, M. A. Briggs, A. Dutton, and A. Zale. 2023. Diet composition and resource overlap of sympatric native and introduced salmonids across neighboring streams during a peak discharge event. PLoS ONE 18:e0280833. [View as PDF]

 

2022

  • Albertson, L. K., L. S. Sklar, B. B. Tumolo, W. F. Cross, S. F. Collins, and H. A. Woods. 2022. The ghosts of ecosystem engineers: Legacy effects of biogenic modifications. Functional Ecology 00:1-21. Document Link

 

  • Briggs, M. A., L. K. Albertson, D. R. Lujan, L. M. Tronstad, H. C. Glassic, C.S. Guy, and T. M. Koel. 2022. Fish carcass deposition to suppress invasive laketrout through hypoxia causes limited, non-target effects on benthic invertebrates in Yellowstone Lake. Aquaculture, Fish, and Fisheries 2:470-483. [View as PDF]

 

  • McCarty, J., W. F. Cross, L. K. Albertson, B. B. Tumolo, and L. S. Sklar. 2022. Life histories and production of three Rocky Mountain aquatic insects along an elevation-driven temperature gradient. Hydrobiologia 849:3633 -3652. Document Link

 

  • Albertson, L. K., V. Ouellet, J. H. Reinert, N. Korb, and M. Jaeger. 2022. Influence of beaver mimicry restoration on habitat availability for fishes, including Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus).Aquaculture, Fish, and Fisheries 2:104-115. [View as PDF]

 

  • Lujan, D. R., L. M. Tronstad, M. A Briggs, L. K. Albertson, H. C. Glassic, C. S. Guy, and T. M. Koel. 2022. Response of nutrient limitation to invasive fish suppression: How carcasses and analog pellets alter periphyton. Freshwater Science 41(1):88-99. Document Link

 

  • Albertson,  L. K., M. A. Briggs, Z. Maguire, S. Swart*, W. F. Cross, C. W. Twining, J. S. Wesner, C. Baxter, and D. M. Walters. 2022. Dietary composition and fatty acid content of giant salmonflies (Pteronarcys californica) in two Rocky Mountain rivers. Ecosphere 13:e3904. [View as PDF]

 

  • Reinert, J. H., L. K. Albertson, and J. R. Junker. 2022. Influence of biomimicry structures on ecosystem function in a Rocky Mountain incised stream. Ecosphere 13:e3897. [View as PDF]

 

2021

  • Albertson, L. K., M. J. MacDonald, B. B. Tumolo, M. A. Briggs, Z. Maguire, S. Quinn, J. A. Sanchez-Ruiz, J. Veneros and L. A. Burkle. 2021. Uncovering patterns of freshwater positive interactions using meta-analysis: Identifying the roles of common participants, invasive species, and environmental context. Ecology Letters 24:594-607. [View as PDF]

 

  • Briggs, M. A., L. K. Albertson, D. R. Lujan, L. M. Tronstad, H. C. Glassic, C. S. Guy, and T. M. Koel. 2021. Carcass deposition to suppress invasive lake trout causes differential mortality of two common benthic invertebrates in Yellowstone Lake. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 194(4):285-295. [View as PDF] 

 

  • MacDonald, M. J., L. K. Albertson, and G. C. Poole. 2021. Ecosystem engineering in the streambed: Net-spinning caddisflies influence hydraulic properties. Ecohydrology 14(2):e2266. [View as PDF]

 

2020

  • Tumolo, B. B., L. Calle, H. E. Anderson, M. A. Briggs, S. Carlson, M. J. MacDonald, J. H. Reinert, and L. K. Albertson. 2020. Toward spatio-temporal delineation of positive interactions in ecology. Ecology and Evolution 10:9026 -9036. [View as PDF]

 

  • Maguire*, Z., B. B. Tumolo, and L. K. Albertson. 2020. Retreat but no surrender: Net-spinning caddisfly (Hydropsychidae) silk has enduring effects on stream channel hydraulics. Hydrobiologia 847(6):1539 -1551. [View as PDF]

 

2019

  • Anderson, H. E., L. K. Albertson, and D. M. Walters. 2019. Thermal variability drives synchronicity of an aquatic insect resource pulse. Ecosphere 10(8):e02852. [View as PDF]

 

  • Anderson, H. E., L. K. Albertson, and D. M. Walters. 2019. Water temperature drives variability in salmonfly abundance, emergence timing, and body size. River Research and Applications 35(7):1013-1022. [View as PDF]

 

  • Tumolo, B. B., L. K. Albertson, W. F. Cross, M. D. Daniels, and L. S. Sklar. 2019. Occupied and abandoned structures from ecosystem engineering differentially facilitate stream community colonization. Ecosphere 10(5):e02734. [View as PDF]

 

  • Albertson, L. K., L. S. Sklar, S. D. Cooper, and B. J. Cardinale. 2019. Aquatic macroinvertebrates stabilize gravel bed sediment: A test using silk net-spinning caddisflies in semi-natural river channels. PLoS ONE 14(1):e0209087. [View as PDF]

 

2018

  • Albertson, L. K., and M. D. Daniels. 2018. Crayfish ecosystem engineering effects on riverbed disturbance and topography are mediated by size and behavior. Freshwater Science 37(4):836-844. [View as PDF]

 

  • Juras, M.,  L. K. Albertson, J. Cahoon, and E. Johnson. 2018. Incorporating macroinvertebrate biological structures into gravel-bedded fluid dynamics using 3D CFD modeling. Ecological Engineering 119:19-28. [View as PDF] 

 

  • Albertson=, L. K., V. Ouellet=, and M. D. Daniels. 2018. Impacts of stream riparian buffer land use on water temperature and food availability for fish.  Journal of Freshwater Ecology 33(1):195-210. [View as PDF]

 

2016 

  • Albertson, L. K., and M. D. Daniels. 2016. Resilience of aquatic net-spinning caddisfly silk structures to common global stressors. Freshwater Biology 61:670-679. [View as PDF] 

 

  • Albertson, L. K., and M. D. Daniels. 2016. Effects of invasive crayfish on fine sediment accumulation, gravel movement, and macroinvertebrate communities. Freshwater Science 35(2):644-653. [View as PDF]

 

2015

  • Albertson, L. K., L. S. Sklar, and B. J. Cardinale. 2015. Reply to comment on ‘A mechanistic model linking insect (Hydropsychidae) silk nets to incipient sediment motion in gravel-bedded streams.’ Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface 120(6):1151-1152. [View as PDF]

 

  • Albertson, L. K., and D. C. Allen. 2015. Meta-analysis: Abundance, behavior, and hydrologic energy shape biotic effects on sediment transport in streams. Ecology 96(5):1329-1339. [View as PDF] 

 

2014

  • Albertson, L. K., L. S. Sklar, M. Dow*, P. Pontau*, and B. J. Cardinale. 2014. A mechanistic model linking insect (Hydropsychidae) silk nets to incipient sediment motion in gravel-bedded streams. Journal of Geophysical Research - Earth Surface 119(9):1833-1852. [View as PDF]

 

  • Albertson, L. K., B. J. Cardinale, and L. S. Sklar. 2014. Non-additive increases in sediment stability are generated by macroinvertebrate species interactions in laboratory streams. PLoS ONE 9(8):e103417. [View as PDF]

 

2012

  • Utz, R. M., S. C. Zeug, B. J. Cardinale, and L. K. Albertson. 2012. Trophic ecology and population attributes of two resident non-game fishes in riverine habitat engineered to enhance salmon spawning success. California Fish and Game 98(2):104-124. [View as PDF]

 

  • Albertson, L. K., L. E. Koenig*, B. L. Lewis*, S. C. Zeug, L. R. Harrison, and B. J. Cardinale. 2012. How does restored habitat for Chinook salmon in the Merced River California compare to other Chinook streams? River Research and Applications 29(4):469-482[View as PDF]

 

2011

  • Zeug, S. C., L. K. Albertson, B. J. Cardinale, H. S. Lenihan, and J. Hardy*. 2011. Predictors of Chinook salmon extirpation in California’s Central Valley. Fisheries Management and Ecology 18:61-71. [View as PDF]

 

2010

  • Albertson, L. K., B. J. Cardinale, S. C. Zeug, L. R. Harrison, H. S. Lenihan, and M. A. Wydzga. 2010. Impacts of channel reconstruction on invertebrate assemblages in a restored river. Restoration Ecology 19(5):627-638. [View as PDF]

 

  • Viola, D. V., E. A. Mordecai, A. G. Jaramillo, S. A. Sistla, L. K. Albertson, J. S. Gosnell, B. J. Cardinale, and J. M. Levine. 2010. Does a competition-defense tradeoff maintain producer diversity? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107(40):17217 -17222. [View as PDF]

 

2008

  • Crain, C. M., L. K. Albertson*, and M. D. Bertness. 2008. Secondary succession dynamics in estuarine marshes across landscape-scale salinity gradients. Ecology 89(10):2889 -2899. [View as PDF]

 

2006

  • Macalady, J. L., E. H. Lyon, B. Koffman, L. K. Albertson*, K. Meyer, S. Galdenzi, and S. Mariani. 2006. Dominant microbial populations in limestone-corroding stream biofilms, Frasassi cave system, Italy. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 72(8):5596 -5609. [View as PDF]