Jesse R Fischer
Jesse R Fischer
Research Assistant Professor, North Carolina State University
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Habitat relationships with fish assemblages in minimally disturbed Great Plains regions
JR Fischer, CP Paukert
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 17 (4), 597-609, 2008
692008
Influences of native and non-native benthivorous fishes on aquatic ecosystem degradation
JR Fischer, RM Krogman, MC Quist
Hydrobiologia 711 (1), 187-199, 2013
502013
Assemblage and population-level responses of stream fish to riparian buffers at multiple spatial scales
JR Fischer, MC Quist, SL Wigen, AJ Schaefer, TW Stewart, TM Isenhart
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139 (1), 185-200, 2010
502010
Effects of sampling effort, assemblage similarity, and habitat heterogeneity on estimates of species richness and relative abundance of stream fishes
JR Fischer, CP Paukert
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66 (2), 277-290, 2009
442009
Nitrogen cycling and metabolism in the thalweg of a prairie river
WK Dodds, JJ Beaulieu, JJ Eichmiller, JR Fischer, NR Franssen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 113 (G4), 2008
322008
Characterizing lentic freshwater fish assemblages using multiple sampling methods
JR Fischer, MC Quist
Environmental monitoring and assessment 186 (7), 4461-4474, 2014
312014
Historical and current environmental influences on an endemic Great Plains fish
JR Fischer, CP Paukert
The American Midland Naturalist, 364-377, 2008
222008
Effect of instream sand dredging on fish communities in the Kansas River USA: current and historical perspectives
C Paukert, J Schloesser, J Fischer, J Eitzmann, K Pitts, D Thornbrugh
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 23 (4), 623-633, 2008
182008
Recruitment phenology and pelagic larval duration in Caribbean amphidromous fishes
AC Engman, TJ Kwak, JR Fischer
Freshwater Science 36 (4), 851-865, 2017
152017
A comparison of modified fyke nets for evaluating fish assemblages and population structure
JR Fischer, NP Johnson, RD Schultz, MC Quist
Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25 (4), 555-563, 2010
152010
Gear and seasonal bias associated with abundance and size structure estimates for lentic freshwater fishes
JR Fischer, MC Quist
Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 5 (2), 394-412, 2014
142014
Drivers of Caribbean freshwater ecosystems and fisheries
TJ Kwak, AC Engman, JR Fischer, CG Lilyestrom
132016
Development and evaluation of a boat-mounted RFID antenna for monitoring freshwater mussels
JR Fischer, TE Neebling, MC Quist
Freshwater Science 31 (1), 148-153, 2012
132012
Historical changes in Nebraska's lotic fish assemblages: Implications of anthropogenic alterations
CD Smith, JR Fischer, MC Quist
The American Midland Naturalist, 160-184, 2014
122014
Historical trends in ictalurid catfish commercial harvest in the upper Mississippi River
RM Krogman, JR Fischer, MC Quist, MJ Steuck, MM Marron
American Fisheries Society Symposium 77, 000-000, 2011
102011
Ictalurids in Iowa's streams and rivers: Status distribution, and relationships with biotic integrity
AR Sindt, JR Fischer, MC Quist, CL Pierce
American Fisheries Society Symposium 77, 335-347, 2011
82011
Floods, drying, habitat connectivity, and fish occupancy dynamics in restored and unrestored oxbows of West Central Iowa, USA
JR Fischer, BD Bakevich, CP Shea, CL Pierce, MC Quist
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 28 (3), 630-640, 2018
72018
Characterizing lentic fish assemblages and community-environment relationships: An evaluation of natural lakes and reservoirs in Iowa, USA
JR Fischer
Digital Repository@ Iowa State University, 2012
72012
Behavior and Survival of Stocked Trout in Southern Appalachian Mountain Streams
HJ Flowers, TJ Kwak, JR Fischer, WG Cope, JM Rash, DA Besler
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 148 (1), 3-20, 2019
62019
Diurnal feeding behavior of the American Eel Anguilla rostrata
AC Engman, JR Fischer, TJ Kwak, MJ Walter
Food Webs 13, 27-29, 2017
62017
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