Daelyn A. Woolnough
Daelyn A. Woolnough
Research Assistant Professor, Central Michigan University
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Suspects and evidence: a review of the causes of extirpation and decline in freshwater mussels
JA Downing, P Van Meter, DA Woolnough
Animal biodiversity and conservation 33 (2), 151-185, 2010
Using landscape ecology to understand and manage freshwater mussel populations
TJ Newton, DA Woolnough, DL Strayer
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27 (2), 424-439, 2008
Fish movement and habitat use depends on water body size and shape
DA Woolnough, JA Downing, TJ Newton
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 18 (1), 83-91, 2009
A refuge for native freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) from impacts of the exotic zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) in Lake St. Clair
DT Zanatta, GL Mackie, JL Metcalfe-Smith, DA Woolnough
Journal of Great Lakes Research 28 (3), 479-489, 2002
Coextirpation of host–affiliate relationships in rivers: the role of climate change, water withdrawal, and host‐specificity
DE Spooner, MA Xenopoulos, C Schneider, DA Woolnough
Global Change Biology 17 (4), 1720-1732, 2011
Coexistence of species with different dispersal across landscapes: a critical role of spatial correlation in disturbance
J Liao, Z Ying, DA Woolnough, AD Miller, Z Li, I Nijs
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1830), 20160537, 2016
Phylogeography of the freshwater mussel species Lasmigona costata: testing post-glacial colonization hypotheses
TL Hewitt, JL Bergner, DA Woolnough, DT Zanatta
Hydrobiologia 810, 191-206, 2018
Assessment of remnant unionid assemblages in a selection of Great Lakes coastal wetlands
JJ Sherman, BA Murry, DA Woolnough, DT Zanatta, DG Uzarski
Journal of Great Lakes Research 39 (2), 201-210, 2013
Environmental exposure of freshwater mussels to contaminants of emerging concern: Implications for species conservation
DA Woolnough, A Bellamy, SL Hummel, M Annis
Journal of Great Lakes Research 46 (6), 1625-1638, 2020
Discrete longitudinal variation in freshwater mussel assemblages within two rivers of central Michigan, USA
AJ Chambers, DA Woolnough
Hydrobiologia 810, 351-366, 2018
The dual synchronizing influences of precipitation and land use on stream properties in a rapidly urbanizing watershed
RJ Vogt, PC Frost, S Nienhuis, DA Woolnough, MA Xenopoulos
Ecosphere 7 (9), e01427, 2016
Assessment of genetic diversity and structure among populations of Epioblasma triquetra in the Laurentian Great Lakes drainage
CE Beaver, DA Woolnough, DT Zanatta
Freshwater Science 38 (3), 527-542, 2019
A multi‐basin approach determines variability in host fish suitability for unionids in tributaries of the Laurentian Great Lakes
ML Caldwell, DT Zanatta, DA Woolnough
Freshwater Biology 61 (7), 1035-1048, 2016
Insular lake island biogeography: using lake metrics to predict diversity in littoral zone mollusk communities
AT Harris, DA Woolnough, DT Zanatta
Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30 (4), 997-1008, 2011
Life history of endangered freshwater mussels of the Sydenham River, southwestern Ontario, Canada.
DA Woolnough
Variation in assemblages of freshwater mussels downstream of dams and dam removals in the Lake Michigan basin, Michigan, USA
SE Barnett, DA Woolnough
Diversity 13 (3), 119, 2021
Varied physiological responses of Amblema plicata and Lampsilis cardium exposed to rising temperatures
MC Malish, DA Woolnough
Freshwater Science 38 (4), 842-855, 2019
Population genetic analyses of Lampsilis cardium (Bivalvia: Unionida) reveal multiple post–glacial colonization routes into the Great Lakes drainage
TL Hewitt, DA Woolnough, DT Zanatta
American Malacological Bulletin 37 (1), 21-34, 2019
Application and transferability of Great Lakes coastal wetland indices of biotic integrity to high quality inland lakes of Beaver Island in northern Lake Michigan
EJ Calabro, BA Murry, DA Woolnough, DG Uzarski
Aquatic ecosystem health & management 16 (3), 338-346, 2013
The importance of host fish in long range transport of unionids in large rivers
DA Woolnough
Iowa State University, 2006
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