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University of Idaho
Moscow, ID 83844-1136

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Publications

Lorion, C.M. and Kennedy, B.P. In review. Riparian forest buffers mitigate the effects of deforestation on fish assemblages in small tropical rainforest streams. Ecological Applications.

Lorion, C.M. and Kennedy, B.P. 2009. Relationships between deforestation, riparian forest buffers and benthic macroinvertebrates in a lowland tropical stream. Freshwater Biology 54: 165–180.

Rosenberger, E.E., Hampton, S.E., Fradkin, S.C., and Kennedy, B.P. 2008. Effects of shoreline development on the nearshore environment in large deep oligotrophic lakes. Freshwater Biology 53: 1673–1691.

Kennedy, B.P., Nislow, K.H., C.L. Folt. 2008. Establishing the links between consumption, growth and survival for juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Ecology 89: 2529-2541.

Kennedy, B.P., Chamberlain, C.P., Blum, J.D., Nislow, K.H. and Folt, C.L. 2005. Comparing naturally occurring stable isotopes of nitrogen, carbon, and strontium as markers for Atlantic salmon juvenile rearing locations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62: 48–57.


Kennedy, B.P., Klaue, B., Blum, J.D., and Folt, C.L. 2004. Integrative measures of consumption rates in fish: expansion and application of a trace element approach. Journal of Applied Ecology 41:1009-1020.

Fuller, R.L., Kennedy, B.P., and Nielsen, C. 2004. Macroinvertebrate responses to algal and bacterial manipulations in streams. Hydrobiologia 523:113-126.


Kennedy, B.P., Klaue, A, Blum, J.D., Folt, C.L. and Nislow, K. 2002. Reconstructing the lives of salmon using Sr isotopes in otoliths. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59: 925-929.

Nislow, K.H., Magilligan, F.J., Folt, C.L, and Kennedy, B.P. 2002. Within-basin variation in the short term effects of a major flood on stream fishes and invertebrates. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 17:305-318.

Kennedy, B.P., Blum, J.D., Folt, C.L. and Nislow, K. 2000. Using natural strontium isotopic signatures as fish markers: methodology and application. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57:2280-2292.


Kennedy, B.P. 2000. Understanding Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) performance, survival and dispersal through the use of environmental tracers. Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H. Ph.D. Dissertation.

Mack, A.L., Ickes, K., Jessen, J.H., Kennedy, B.P., and Sinclair, J.R. 1999. Ecology of Aglai mackiana (Meliaceae) seedlings in a New Guinea rain forest. Biotropica 31:111-120.

Harrington, R., Kennedy, B.P., Chamberlain, C.P., Blum, J.D., and Folt, C.L. 1998. N15 enrichment in agricultural catchments: field patterns and applications to tracking Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Chemical Geology 147:281-294.

Kennedy, B.P., Folt, C.L., Blum, J.D., and Chamberlain, C.P. 1997. Natural isotope markers in salmon. Nature 387:766-767.

Hedin, L.O., von Fischer, J.C., Ostrom, N.E., Kennedy, B.P., Brown, M.G., and Robertson, G.P. 1997. Thermodynamic constraints on nitrogen transformations and other biogeochemical processes at soil-stream interfaces. Ecology 79:684-703.



Invited Talks

May 2008. Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries, Seattle, WA.
Integrating geochemistry, bioenergetics and life history to further understand fish population dynamics. B.P. Kennedy, Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources, University of Idaho.

January 2002. Department of Geological Sciences, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
Reconstructing the lives of salmon through the use of Sr stable Isotopes. B.P. Kennedy, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Michigan.

June 2001. North American Benthological Society Annual Meeting. Lacrosse, WI.
Using natural strontium signatures to track the movements and migrations of salmon. B.P. Kennedy, A. Klaue, J.D. Blum & C.L. Folt.

April 2001. Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory, NOAA. Ann Arbor, MI.
Linking Atlantic salmon habitat, foraging, and survival through the use of environmental tracers. B.P. Kennedy, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Michigan.

January 2001. Department of Biology, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI.
Linking Atlantic salmon habitat, foraging, and survival through the use of environmental tracers. B.P. Kennedy, Dept. of Geological Sciences, University of Michigan.

February 1999. Connecticut River Atlantic Salmon Commission - Tech Meeting. Hadley, MA.
Effects of extreme floods on habitat and biotic communities in Atlantic salmon rearing streams. K.H. Nislow, F.J. Magilligan, B.P. Kennedy & C.L. Folt.

July 1998. American Fisheries Society Early Life History Section. Ann Arbor, MI.
Tracing the tributary origins and movements of anadromous Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) through the use of stable isotopes. B.P. Kennedy, R. Harrington, C.L. Folt, J.D. Blum & C.P. Chamberlain.

 

 


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