Martin Doyle
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Nutrient spiraling in streams and river networks
SH Ensign, MW Doyle
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 111 (G4), 2006
Trading off: the ecological effects of dam removal
EH Stanley, MW Doyle
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1 (1), 15-22, 2003
Generation, transport, and disposal of wastewater associated with Marcellus Shale gas development
BD Lutz, AN Lewis, MW Doyle
Water Resources Research 49 (2), 647-656, 2013
Design for stream restoration
FD Shields Jr, RR Copeland, PC Klingeman, MW Doyle, A Simon
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 129 (8), 575-584, 2003
Stream restoration strategies for reducing river nitrogen loads
LS Craig, MA Palmer, DC Richardson, S Filoso, ES Bernhardt, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6 (10), 529-538, 2008
Stream ecosystem response to small dam removal: Lessons from the Heartland
MW Doyle, EH Stanley, CH Orr, AR Selle, SA Sethi, JM Harbor
Geomorphology 71 (1-2), 227-244, 2005
In‐stream geomorphic structures as drivers of hyporheic exchange
ET Hester, MW Doyle
Water Resources Research 44 (3), 2008
Short-term changes in channel form and macroinvertebrate communities following low-head dam removal
EH Stanley, MA Luebke, MW Doyle, DW Marshall
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 21 (1), 172-187, 2002
Channel adjustments following two dam removals in Wisconsin
MW Doyle, EH Stanley, JM Harbor
Water Resources Research 39 (1), 2003
Causes and consequences of habitat fragmentation in river networks
MR Fuller, MW Doyle, DL Strayer
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1355 (1), 31-51, 2015
Critical evaluation of how the Rosgen classification and associated “natural channel design” methods fail to integrate and quantify fluvial processes and channel response 1
A Simon, M Doyle, M Kondolf, FD Shields Jr, B Rhoads, M McPhillips
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43 (5), 1117-1131, 2007
A geomorphic perspective on nutrient retention following dam removal: Geomorphic models provide a means of predicting ecosystem responses to dam removal
EH Stanley, MW Doyle
BioScience 52 (8), 693-701, 2002
In‐channel transient storage and associated nutrient retention: Evidence from experimental manipulations
SH Ensign, MW Doyle
Limnology and oceanography 50 (6), 1740-1751, 2005
Effective discharge analysis of ecological processes in streams
MW Doyle, EH Stanley, DL Strayer, RB Jacobson, JC Schmidt
Water Resources Research 41 (11), 2005
Human Impacts to River Temperature and Their Effects on Biological Processes: A Quantitative Synthesis1
ET Hester, MW Doyle
JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association 47 (3), 571-587, 2011
Structure and hydraulics of natural woody debris jams
RB Manners, MW Doyle, MJ Small
Water Resources Research 43 (6), 2007
Toward policies and decision-making for dam removal
MW Doyle, JM Harbor, EH Stanley
Environmental Management 31, 0453-0465, 2003
How wide is a stream? Spatial extent of the potential “stream signature” in terrestrial food webs using meta‐analysis
JD Muehlbauer, SF Collins, MW Doyle, K Tockner
Ecology 95 (1), 44-55, 2014
Channel-forming discharge selection in river restoration design
MW Doyle, D Shields, KF Boyd, PB Skidmore, DW Dominick
Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 133 (7), 831-837, 2007
The problem of boundaries in defining ecosystems: a potential landmine for uniting geomorphology and ecology
DM Post, MW Doyle, JL Sabo, JC Finlay
Geomorphology 89 (1-2), 111-126, 2007
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