Chiapella, A.M.*, Eagles‐Smith, C.A. and Strecker, A.L. 2020. From forests to fish: Mercury in mountain lake food webs influenced by factors at multiple scales. Limnology and Oceanography, in press. link
Chiapella, A.*, M. Kainz, A.L. Strecker. 2020. Fatty acid stable isotopes add clarity, but also complexity, to tracing energy pathways in aquatic food webs. Ecosphere, in press.
Loewen, C., A.L. Strecker, B. Gilbert, D. Jackson. 2020. Climate warming moderates the impacts of introduced sportfish on prey biodiversity. Global Change Biology 26:4937-4951. link
Kuehne, L., A.L. Strecker, and J.D. Olden. 2020. Knowledge exchange and social capital for freshwater ecosystem assessments. BioScience 70: 174–183. link
Holgerson, M., A. Duarte, M. Hayes, M. Adams, J. Tyson, K. Douville, and A.L. Strecker. 2019. Floodplains provide important amphibian habitat despite facing multiple ecological threats. Ecosphere 10: e02853 link
Lockwood, J.L., D.J. Welbourne, C. Romagosa, P. Cassey, N.E. Mandrak, A.L. Strecker, B. Leung, O.C. Stringham*, B. Udell*, D.J. Episcopio-Sturgeon*, M.F. Tlusty, J. Sinclair, M. Springborn, E.F. Pienaar, and A. Rhyne. 2019. When pets become pests: The role of the exotic pet trade in producing invasive vertebrate animals. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 17:323-330 link
Moser, K., J. Baron, J. Brahney, I. Oleksy, J. Saros, E. Hundey, S. Sadro, J. Kopacek, M. Kainz, A. Strecker, et al. 2019. Mountain lakes: Eyes on global environmental change. Global and Planetary Change 178: 77-95 link
Jordan, M.P.*, A.R. Stewart, C.A. Eagles-Smith, A.L. Strecker. 2019. Nutrients mediate the effects of temperature on methylmercury concentrations in freshwater zooplankton. Science of the Total Environment 667: 601-61 link
Loewen, C.J.G.*, A.L. Strecker, G.L. Larson, A. Vogel, J.M. Fischer, R.D. Vinebrooke. 2018. Macroecological drivers of zooplankton communities across the mountains of western North America. Ecography 42: 791-803. link
Chiapella, A.*, M. Nielsen-Pincus, and A.L. Strecker. 2018. Public perceptions of mountain lake fisheries management in national parks. Environmental Management 226:169-179. link
Cimino, S.A.* and A.L. Strecker. 2018. Boater knowledge and behavior regarding aquatic invasive species at a boat wash station. Northwest Science 92:224-233. link
Record, S.^, A.L. Strecker^, M-N. Tuanmu, L. Beaudrot, P.L. Zarnetske, J. Belmaker, B. Gerstner*. 2018. Does scale matter? A systematic review of incorporating biological realism when predicting changes in species distributions, PLOS One 13: e0194650. link
^ equal contributors
Brittain, J.T.* and A.L. Strecker. 2018. The interactive effect of multiple stressors on crustacean zooplankton communities in montane lakes. Water Resources Research, in press. link
Read, Q.D., J.M. Grady, P.L. Zarnetske, S. Record, B. Baiser, J. Belmaker, M-N. Tuanmu, A. Strecker, L. Beaudrot, K. Thibault. 2018. Among-species overlap in rodent body size distributions predicts species richness along a temperature gradient. Ecography, in press. link
Chang, J., E. Watson*, and A.L. Strecker. 2018. Climate change and stream temperature in the Willamette River Basin: Implications for fish habitat. In “Bridging Science and Policy Implication for Managing Climate Extremes,” (ed. H-S. Jung and B. Wang). World Scientific Series on Asia-Pacific Weather and Climate, Vol. 10, Singapore, p 119-132. link
Whitney, J.E., J.B. Whittier, C.P. Paukert, J.D. Olden, and A.L. Strecker. 2017. Forecasted range shifts of arid-land fishes in response to climate change: the influence of fish traits. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries doi:10.1007/s11160-017-9479-9 link
Kuehne, L.M., Olden, J.D., Strecker, A.L., Lawler, J.J. & Theobald, D.M. 2017. Past, present, and future of ecological integrity assessment for fresh waters. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15: 197–205 link
Zarnetske, P.L., B. Baiser, A.L. Strecker, S. Record, J. Belmaker, and M.-N. Tuanmu. 2017. The interplay between landscape structure and biotic interactions. Current Landscape Ecology Reports 2: 12–29 link
Strecker, A.L. and J.T. Brittain.* 2017. Increased habitat connectivity homogenizes freshwater communities: historical and landscape perspectives. Journal of Applied Ecology DOI: 10.1111/1365-2664.12882 link
Elder, T.*, Woodley C., Weiland M. and Strecker A.L. 2016. Factors Influencing the Survival of Outmigrating Juvenile Salmonids through Multiple Dam Passages: An Individual-Based Approach. Ecology and Evolution, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2326 link
Granek, EF, KE Conn, E Nilsen, L Pillsbury, AL Strecker, B Fish, and S Rumrill. 2016. Spatial and temporal variability of contaminants within estuarine sediments and native Olympia oysters: A contrast between a developed and an undeveloped estuary. Science of the Total Environment 557-558:869-879. link
Pool, T.K., J. Cucherousset, S. Boulêtreau, S. Villéger, A.L. Strecker, G. Grenouillet. 2015. Increased taxonomic and functional similarity does not increase communities’ trophic similarity. Global Ecology and Biogeography DOI: 10.1111/geb.12384 link
Belmaker, Y., P.L. Zarnetske, M.-N. Tuanmu, S. Zonneveld*, S. Record, A.L. Strecker, and L. Beaudrot. 2015. Empirical evidence for the scale-dependence of biotic interactions. Global Ecology and Biogeography DOI: 10.1111/geb.12311 link
Strecker, A.L., and J.D. Olden. 2014. Fish species introductions provide novel insights into the patterns and drivers of phylogenetic structure in freshwaters. Proceedings of the Royal Society - B 281: 20133003. link
Pool, T.K.*, Strecker, A.L., and J.D. Olden. 2013. Identifying preservation and restoration priority areas for desert fishes in an increasingly invaded world. Environmental Management 51:631-641 link
Chang, H., I-W. Jung, A.L. Strecker, D. Wise, M. Lafrenz, V. Shandas, H. Moradkhani, A. Yeakley, Y. Pan, R. Bean*, G. Johnson*, and M. Psaris*. 2013. Water supply, demand, and quality indicators for assessing the spatial distribution of water resource vulnerability in the Columbia River basin. Atmosphere-Ocean 51: 339-356. PDF
** A ‘Most Read’ paper in Atmosphere-Ocean; included in the 2013 Water Science and Resources Reading List.
Foster, S.E., W.G. Sprules, and A.L. Strecker. 2012. Effects of Bythotrephes longimanus on the abundance, morphology and prey community of Leptodora kindtii. Hydrobiologia 683:163-172 PDF
MacLennan, M.*, S.E. Arnott, and A.L. Strecker. 2012. Differential sensitivity of planktonic trophic levels to extreme summer temperatures in boreal lakes. Hydrobiologia 680: 11-23 PDF
Stasko, A.*, T. Patenaude*, A.L. Strecker, and S.E. Arnott. 2012. Portage connectivity does not predict establishment success of canoe-mediated dispersal for crustacean zooplankton. Aquatic Ecology 46: 9-24 PDF
Young, J.D., A.L. Strecker, and N.D. Yan. 2011. Increased abundance of the non-indigenous zooplanktivore, Bythotrephes longimanus, is strongly correlated with greater spring prey availability in Canadian Shield lakes.Biological Invasions 13: 2605-2619 PDF
Rennie, M.D, A.L. Strecker, and M.E. Palmer. 2011. Bythotrephes invasion elevates trophic position of zooplankton and fish: Implications for contaminant biomagnification. Biological Invasions 13:2621-2634 PDF
Strecker, A.L., J.D. Olden, J. Whittier, and C. Paukert. 2011. Defining conservation priorities for freshwater fishes according to taxonomic, functional, and phylogenetic diversity. Ecological Applications 21: 3002-3013 PDF Supplements
Strecker, A.L., J.M. Casselman, M-J. Fortin, D.A. Jackson, M.S. Ridgway, P.A. Abrams, and B.J. Shuter. 2011. A multi-scale comparison of trait linkages to environmental and spatial variables in fish communities across a large freshwater lake. Oecologia 166:819-831. PDF Supplements
Strecker, A.L., P.M. Campbell*, and J.D. Olden. 2011. The aquarium trade as an invasion pathway in the Pacific Northwest. Fisheries 36:74-85. PDF
** A ‘Most Read’ paper in Fisheries.
Strecker, A.L., B.E. Beisner, S.E. Arnott, A.M. Paterson, J. Winter, O.E. Johannsson, and N.D. Yan. 2011. Direct and indirect effects of an invasive planktonic predator on pelagic food webs. Limnology and Oceanography 56: 179‐192. PDF
Strecker, A.L. and S.E. Arnott. 2010. Complex interactions between regional dispersal of native taxa and an invasive species. Ecology 91: 1035-1047. PDF
Strecker, A.L. and S.E. Arnott. 2008. Invasive predator, Bythotrephes, has varied effects on ecosystem function in freshwater lakes. Ecosystems 11: 490-503. PDF Appendix
Strecker, A.L., R. Milne*, and S.E. Arnott. 2008. Dispersal limitation and climate-induced environmental gradients structure crustacean zooplankton community composition in freshwater lakes, Ellesmere Island, Canada. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65: 1905-1918. PDF Supplementary Tables
Strecker, A.L., S.E. Arnott, N.D. Yan, and R. Girard. 2006. Variation in the response of crustacean zooplankton species richness and composition to the invasive predator Bythotrephes longimanus. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 2126-2136. PDF Supplementary Table
Strecker, A.L. and S.E. Arnott. 2005. Impact of Bythotrephes invasion on zooplankton communities in acid-damaged and recovered lakes on the Boreal Shield. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62: 2450-2462. PDF
Strecker, A.L., T.P. Cobb, and R.D. Vinebrooke. 2004. Effects of experimental greenhouse warming on phytoplankton and zooplankton communities in fishless alpine ponds. Limnology and Oceanography 49: 1182-1190. PDF
Cimino, S.A.*, V. Brenneis, A.L. Strecker. 2020. An investigation of invasion: The influence of New Zealand mud snails in freshwater and brackish water ecosystems. In “Invasive Species: Ecology, Impacts, and Potential Uses” (ed. V. Londe), p 1-29.
Chang, J., E. Watson*, and A.L. Strecker. 2018. Climate change and stream temperature in the Willamette River Basin: Implications for fish habitat. In “Bridging Science and Policy Implication for Managing Climate Extremes,” (ed. H-S. Jung and B. Wang). World Scientific Series on Asia-Pacific Weather and Climate, Vol. 10, Singapore, p 119-132.
Strecker, A.L. 2011. An overview of invasive freshwater cladocerans:
Bythotrephes longimanus as a case study. In "Handbook of Global Freshwater Invasive Species," Francis, R. (ed), Earthscan, London, UK, pp. 149-156.