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28. Allen, D. C., H. L. Bateman, P. Warren, F. S. Albuquerque, S. Arnett-Romero, and B. Harding. Long-term effects of land-use change on bird biodiversity and community structure depend on spatial scale and land-use type. In press. Ecosphere.

27. Kopp, D. A. and D. C. Allen. Stream Network Geometry and the Spatial Influence of Aquatic Insect Subsidies across the Contiguous US. In press. Ecosphere.

26. von Shiller, D., et al (D. C. Allen 15th of 92 authors). 2019. Sediment respiration pulses in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. doi: 10.1029/2019GB006276. link

25. Allen, D. C. Nutritional hotspots? Prey from one ecosystem provide key fatty acids required for consumers in multiple ecosystems. 2019Functional Ecology. 33: 1816-1817. link

24. Allen, D. C., D. A. Kopp, T. Datry, K. Costigan, B. Hugueny, D. L. Turner, G. Bodner, and T. Flood. 2019. Citizen scientists document long-term streamflow declines in intermittent rivers of the desert southwest, USA. Freshwater Science. 38(2): 244-256. link

23. Patrick., C.J., D. McGarvey, W. Cross, D.Allen, A. Benke, T. Brey, A. Huryn, J. Jones, C. Murphy, C. Ruffing, P. Saffarinia, M. Whiles, B. Wallace, and G. Woodward. 2019.Precipitation and temperature drive continental to global patterns in stream invertebrate secondary production. Science Advances. 5(4), eaav2348. link

22. Shumilova, O, et al. (D. C. Allen 9th of 77 authors). 2019. Simulating rewetting events in intermittent rivers and ephemeral streams: A global analysis of leached nutrients and organic matter. Global Change Biology. 25: 1591-1611. link

21. Tiegs S. et al. (D. Allen 12th of 151 authors). 2019. Global ecosystem functioning gauged through crowdsourcing. Science Advances. 5(1):eeav0486. link

20. Marshall, J. C., V. Acuña, D. C. Allen, N. Bonada, A.J. Boulton, S. M. Carlson, C. N. Dahm, T. Datry, C. Leigh, P. Negus, J. S. Richardson, S. Sabater, R. J. Stevenson, A. L. Steward, R. Stubbington, K. Tockner, R. Vander Vorste. 2018. Protecting U.S. temporary waterways. Science. 361: 856. link

19.  Datry, T. et al. (D. Allen 13th of 94 authors). 2018.A global analysis of terrestrial plant litter dynamics in non-perennial waterways. Nature Geoscience. 11: 497–503. link

18. Rodriguez Rodriguez, M, D. A. Kopp, D. C. Allen, and Y. Kang. 2018. Dynamical implications of bi-directional resource exchange within a meta-ecosystem. Mathematical Biosciences. 301: 167-184. link

17. Allen, D. C., T. Wynn-Thompson, D. A. Kopp and B. J. Cardinale.  2018. Riparian plant biodiversity reduces stream channel migration rates in 3 rivers in Michigan, USA. Ecohydrology. 11: e1972. link

16. Andrade, R., H. L. Bateman, J. Franklin, and D. C. Allen. 2018. Waterbird community composition, abundance, and diversity along an urban gradient. Landscape and Urban Planning. 170: 103-111. link

15. Hornbach, D. J., D. C. Allen, M. C. Hove, and K. R. MacGregor.  2018. Long-term decline of native freshwater mussel assemblages in a federally protected US river. Freshwater Biology. 63: 243-263. link

14. Atkinson, C. A., D. C. Allen, L. Davis, and Z. L. Nickerson. 2018. Incorporating ecogeomorphic feedbacks to better understand resiliency in streams: a review and directions forward. Geomorphology. 305: 123-140. link

13. Allen, D. C. and J. S. Wesner. 2016. Synthesis: comparing effects of resource and consumer fluxes into recipient food webs using meta-analysis.  Ecology 97: 594-604. link

12. Allen, D. C. 2016. Microclimate modification by riparian vegetation affects the structure and resource limitation of arthropod communities. Ecosphere 7: e1200.  link

11. Allen, D. C., B. J. Cardinale, and T. Wynn-Thompson. 2016. Plant biodiversity effects in reducing fluvial erosion are limited to low species richness.  Ecology 97: 17-24. link

10. Albertson, L. K., and D. C. Allen. 2015. Meta-analysis: Organism size, abundance, behavior, and hydraulic energy shape biotic effects on sediment transport in streams. Ecology 96: 1329-1339. link

9. Allen, D. C., B. J. Cardinale, and T. Wynn-Thompson. 2014. Towards a better integration of ecological principles into interdisciplinary ecogeoscience research. BioScience 64: 444-454.  link

8. Allen, D. C., K. E. McCluney, S. R. Elser, and J. L Sabo. 2014. Water as a trophic currency in dryland food webs. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 12: 156-160. link

7. Allen, D. C., H. S. Galbraith, C. C. Vaughn, and D. E. Spooner. 2013. A tale of two rivers: implications of water management practices on freshwater mussel biodiversity outcomes during a multi-year drought. AMBIO 42: 881-891. link

6. Allen, D. C., C. C. Vaughn, J. F. Kelly, J. T. Cooper, M. H. Engel. 2012. Bottom-up biodiversity effects increase resource subsidy flux between ecosystems. Ecology 93: 2165-2174. link

5. Allen, D. C., and C. C. Vaughn. 2011. Density-dependent biodiversity effects on physical habitat modification by freshwater bivalves. Ecology 92: 1013-1019. link

4. Allen, D. C., and C. C. Vaughn. 2010. Hydraulic and substrate variables limit species richness and abundance of freshwater mussel communities. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29(2): 383-394link

3. Allen, D. C., and C. C. Vaughn. 2009. Burrowing behavior of freshwater mussel species in experimentally manipulated communities. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28(1): 93-100link

2. Allen, D. C., D. M. Morris, and C. C. Vaughn. 2008. Nerodia sipedon (northern water snake). Mortality caused by mussel? Herpetological Review 39(4): 471-472. link

1. Allen, D. C., M. C. Hove, B. E. Sietman, D. E. Kelner, J. E. Kurth, J. M. Davis, J. L. Weiss, and D. J. Hornbach. 2007. Early life-history and conservation status of Venustaconcha ellipsiformis (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in Minnesota. American Midland Naturalist 157(1): 74-91. link