Gerald J. Niemi
Gerald J. Niemi
Professor of Biology, University of Minnesota,Duluth
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Application of ecological indicators
GJ Niemi, ME McDonald
Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 35, 89-111, 2004
10222004
Overview of case studies on recovery of aquatic systems from disturbance
GJ Niemi, P DeVore, N Detenbeck, D Taylor, A Lima, J Pastor, JD Yount, ...
Environmental management 14 (5), 571-587, 1990
5351990
The cumulative effect of wetlands on stream water quality and quantity. A landscape approach
CA Johnston, NE Detenbeck, GJ Niemi
Biogeochemistry 10 (2), 105-141, 1990
3781990
Recovery of temperate-stream fish communities from disturbance: a review of case studies and synthesis of theory
NE Detenbeck, PW DeVore, GJ Niemi, A Lima
Environmental management 16 (1), 33-53, 1992
3251992
Recovery of lotic communities and ecosystems from disturbance—a narrative review of case studies
JD Yount, GJ Niemi
Environmental management 14 (5), 547-569, 1990
3181990
The Grinnellian niche of the wood thrush
FC James, RF Johnston, NO Wamer, GJ Niemi, WJ Boecklen
The American Naturalist 124 (1), 17-47, 1984
2711984
Determining structural similarity of chemicals using graph-theoretic indices
SC Basak, VR Magnuson, GJ Niemi, RR Regal
Discrete Applied Mathematics 19 (1-3), 17-44, 1988
2401988
Fish acute toxicity syndromes and their use in the QSAR approach to hazard assessment.
JM McKim, SP Bradbury, GJ Niemi
Environmental Health Perspectives 71, 171-186, 1987
2291987
Lack of edge effect in nesting success of breeding birds in managed forest landscapes
IK Hanski, TJ Fenske, GJ Niemi
The Auk 113 (3), 578-585, 1996
2031996
Integrated measures of anthropogenic stress in the US Great Lakes basin
NP Danz, GJ Niemi, RR Regal, T Hollenhorst, LB Johnson, ...
Environmental management 39 (5), 631-647, 2007
1992007
A critical analysis on the use of indicator species in management
GJ Niemi, JM Hanowski, AR Lima, T Nicholls, N Weiland
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 1240-1252, 1997
1781997
Rationale for a new generation of indicators for coastal waters
G Niemi, D Wardrop, R Brooks, S Anderson, V Brady, H Paerl, ...
Environmental Health Perspectives 112 (9), 979-986, 2004
1662004
Evaluation of geographic, geomorphic and human influences on Great Lakes wetland indicators: a multi-assemblage approach
JC Brazner, NP Danz, GJ Niemi, RR Regal, AS Trebitz, RW Howe, ...
Ecological Indicators 7 (3), 610-635, 2007
1472007
Environmentally stratified sampling design for the development of Great Lakes environmental indicators
NP Danz, RR Regal, GJ Niemi, VJ Brady, T Hollenhorst, LB Johnson, ...
Environmental monitoring and assessment 102 (1), 41-65, 2005
1412005
Use of respiratory‐cardiovascular responses of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) in identifying acute toxicity syndromes in fish: Part 1. pentachlorophenol, 2,4 …
JM McKim, PK Schmieder, RW Carlson, EP Hunt, GJ Niemi
Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry: An International Journal 6 (4), 295-312, 1987
1411987
Predation of artificial ground nests at two types of edges in a forest-dominated landscape
TJ Fenske-Crawford, GJ Niemi
The Condor 99 (1), 14-24, 1997
1381997
Wetland effects on lake water quality in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area
NE Detenbeck, CA Johnston, GJ Niemi
Landscape ecology 8 (1), 39-61, 1993
1361993
Ecological sustainability of birds in boreal forests
G Niemi, JA Hanowski, P Helle, R Howe, M Mönkkönen, L Venier, ...
Conservation Ecology 2 (2), 1998
1311998
Geographic information systems for cumulative impact assessment
CA Johnston, NE Detenbeck, JP Bonde, GJ Niemi
Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 54 (11), 1609-1615, 1988
1261988
Uptake of planar polychlorinated biphenyls and 2, 3, 7, 8-substituted polychlorinated dibenzofurans and dibenzo-p-dioxins by birds nesting in the lower Fox River and Green Bay …
GT Ankley, GJ Niemi, KB Lodge, HJ Harris, DL Beaver, DE Tillitt, ...
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 24 (3), 332-344, 1993
1231993
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