1999-1990

Benstead, J. P., J. G. March, C. M. Pringle, and F. N. Scatena. 1999. Effects of a low-head dam and water abstraction on migratory tropical stream biota. Ecological Applications 9: 656-668. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M. 1999. Changing academic culture: interdisciplinary, science-based graduate programmes to meet environmental challenges in freshwater ecosystems. Aquatic Conservation 9: 615-620. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., N. H. Hemphill, W. McDowell, A. Bednarek, and J. March. 1999. Linking species and ecosystems: different biotic assemblages cause interstream differences in organic matter. Ecology 80: 1860-1872. [PDF]

Ramirez, A., and C. M. Pringle. 1999. Invertebrate drift and benthic community dynamics in a lowland Neotropical stream, Costa Rica. Hydrobiologia 386: 19-26. [PDF]

March, J. G., J. P. Benstead, C. M. Pringle, and F. N. Scatena. 1998. Migratory drift of larval freshwater shrimps in two tropical streams, Puerto Rico. Freshwater Biology 40: 261-273. [PDF]

Paaby, P., A. Ramirez, and C. M. Pringle. 1998. The benthic macroinvertebrate community in Caribbean Costa Rican streams and the effect of two sampling methods. Revista de Biologia Tropical 46: 185-199. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., and T. Hamazaki. 1998. The role of omnivory in a Neotropical stream: separating diurnal and nocturnal effects. Ecology 79: 269-280. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., and A. Ramirez. 1998. Use of both benthic and drift sampling techniques to assess tropical stream invertebrate communities along an altitudinal gradient, Costa Rica. Freshwater Biology 39: 359-373. [PDF]

Ramirez, A., P. Paaby, C. M. Pringle, and G. Aguero. 1998. Effect of habitat type on benthic macroinvertebrates in two tropical lowland streams, Costa Rica. Revista de Biologia Tropical 46: 201-213. [PDF]

Ramirez, A. and C. M. Pringle. 1998. Structure and production of a benthic insect assemblage in a Neotropical stream. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 17(4): 443-463. [PDF]

Rosemond, A. D., C. M. Pringle, and A. Ramirez. 1998. Macroconsumer effects on insect detritivores and detritus processing in a tropical stream. Freshwater Biology 39: 515-524. [PDF]

Eklund, T. J., W. McDowell, and C. M. Pringle. 1997. Seasonal variation of tropical precipitation chemistry: La Selva, Costa Rica.  Atmospheric Environment 31: 3903-3910. [PDF]

Genereaux, D., and C. M. Pringle. 1997. Chemical mixing model of streamflow generation at La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica. Journal of Hydrology 199: 319-330. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., and T. Hamazaki. 1997. Effects of fishes on algal response to storms in a tropical stream. Ecology 78: 2432-2442. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M. 1997. Exploring how disturbance is transmitted upstream: going against the flow. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 16: 425-438. [PDF]

Duff, J. H., C. M. Pringle, and F. J. Triska. 1996. Nitrate reduction in sediments of lowland tropical streams draining swamp forest in Costa Rica: an ecosystem perspective. Biogeochemistry 33: 179-196. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M. 1996. Atyid shrimps (Decapoda: Atyidae) influence spatial heterogeneity of algal communities over different scales in tropical montane streams, Puerto Rico. Freshwater Biology 35: 125-140. [PDF]

Dewberry, T. C., and C. M. Pringle. 1994. Lotic science and conservation: moving toward common ground. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 13: 399-404. [PDF]

Irons, J. G., M. W. Oswood, R. J. Stout, and C. M. Pringle. 1994. Latitudinal patterns in leaf litter breakdown: is temperature really important? Freshwater Biology 32: 401-411 [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., and G. A. Blake. 1994. Quantitative effects of Atyid shrimp (Decapoda: Atyidae) on the depositional environment in a tropical stream: Use of electricity for experimental exclusion. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 51: 1443-1450. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., and N. G. Aumen. 1993. Current issues in freshwater conservation: introduction to a symposium. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 12: 174-176. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., G. A. Blake, A. P. Covich, K. M. Buzby, and A. Finley. 1993. Effects of omnivorous shrimp in a montane tropical stream: sediment removal, disturbance of sessile invertebrates and enhancement of understory algal biomass. Oecologia 93: 1-11. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., C. F. Rabeni, A. Benke, and N. G. Aumen. 1993. The role of aquatic science in freshwater conservation: cooperation between the North American Benthological Society and organizations for conservation and resource management. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 12: 177-184. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., G. L. Rowe, F. J. Triska, J. F. Fernandez, and J. West. 1993. Landscape linkages between geothermal activity and solute composition and ecological response in surface waters draining the Atlantic slope of Costa Rica. Limnology and Oceanography 38: 753-774. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., G. Vellidis, F. Heliotis, D. Bandacu, and S. Cristofor. 1993. Environmental problems in the Danube Delta. American Scientist 81: 350-361. [PDF]

Triska, F. J., C. M. Pringle, G. Zellweger, J. H. Duff, and R. J. Avanzino. 1993. Dissolved inorganic nitrogen composition, transformation, retention, and transport in naturally phosphate-rich and phosphate-poor tropical streams. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 50: 665-675. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M. 1991. U.S.-Romanian environmental reconnaissance of the Danube Delta. Conservation Biology 5: 442-447. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M. 1991. Geothermally-modified waters surface at La Selva biological station, Costa Rica: volcanic processes introduce chemical discontinuities into lowland tropical streams. Biotropica 23: 523-529. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., and F. J. Triska. 1991. Effects of geothermal groundwater on nutrient dynamics of a lowland Costa Rican stream. Ecology 72: 951-965. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M. 1990. Nutrient spatial heterogeneity: effects on community structure, physiognomy, and diversity of stream algae. Ecology 71: 905-920. [PDF]

Pringle, C. M., F.J. Triska, and G.J. Browder. 1990. Spatial variation in basic chemistry of streams draining a volcanic landscape on Costa Rica’s Caribbean slope. Hydrobiologia 206: 73-86. [PDF]