Book Chapters

Pringle, C.M., E.P. Anderson, M. Ardon, R.J. Bixby, S. Connelly, J.H. Duff, A.P. Jackman, P. Paaby, A. Ramirez, G.E. Small, M.N. Snyder, and F.J. Triska. In press. The Riverine Ecosystems. In: M. Kaapelle and L. Diego Gomez (eds.) Ecosystems of Costa Rica. University of Chicago Press, Chicago, Illinois.

Brokaw, N., J.K. Zimmerman, M. Willig, G. Camilo, A. Covich, T. Crowl, N. Fetcher, B. Haines, J. Lodge, A. Lugo, R. Myster, C.M. Pringle, J. Sharper, F. Scatena, T. Schowalter, W. Silver, J. Thompson, D. Vogt, K. Vogt, R. Waide, L. Walker, L. Woolbright, J. Wunderle, and X. Zou. 2012. Chapter 5: Response to disturbance. In: N. Brokaw, R. Waide, T. Crowl, W. McDowell, A. Lugo, F. Scatena, and M. Willig (eds) Disturbance, response and tropical forest dynamics: Long-term perspectives and implications. Oxford University Press.

Crowl, T.A., N. Brokaw, R.B. Waide, G. Gonzalez, K. Beard, A. Lugo, A. Covich, D.J. Lodge, C.M. Pringle, and J. Thompson. 2012. Chapter 6: When and where biota matter: Linking disturbance regimes, species characteristics and dynamics of communities and ecosystems. In: N. Brokaw, R. Waide, T. Crowl, W. McDowell, A. Lugo, F. Scatena, and M. Willig (eds) Disturbance, response and tropical forest dynamics: Long-term perspectives and implications. Oxford University Press.

Lugo, A.E., F.N. Scatena, R.B. Waide, E.A. Greathouse, C.M. Pringle, M. Willig, K.A. Vogt, L. Walker, G. Gonzalez, W.H. McDowill, and J. Thompson. 2012. Chapter 12: Management implications and aplications of long-term ecological research. In: N. Brokaw, R. Waide, T. Crowl, W. McDowell, A. Lugo, F. Scatena, and M. Willig (eds) Disturbance, response and tropical forest dynamics: Long-term perspectives and implications. Oxford University Press.

McDowell, W.H., N.V. Brokaw, G.R. Camilo, A.P. Covich, T.A. Crowl, G. Gonzalez, P. Klawinski, D.J. Lodge, C.M. Pringle, B.A. Richardson, M.J. Richardson, F.N. Scatena, D.A. Schaefer, W.L. Silver, J. Thompson, D. Vogt, K. Vogt, R.B. Waide, M. Willig, L. Woolbright, X. Zou. 2012. Chapter 3: Geographic and Ecological Setting. In: N. Brokaw, R. Waide, T. Crowl, W. McDowell, A. Lugo, F. Scatena, and M. Willig (eds) Disturbance, response and tropical forest dynamics: Long-term perspectives and implications. Oxford University Press.

Webster, J.R., E.F. Benfield, K.K. Cecala, J.F. Chamblee, C.A. Dehring, T.L. Gragson, J.A. Hepinstall, C.R. Jackson, J.D. Knoepp, D.S. Leigh, J.C. Maerz, C.M. Pringle, and H.M. Valett. Chapter 8: Water quality and exurbanization in southern Appalachian streams. pp 89-104. In: P. J. Boon and P. J. Raven (eds.) River conservation and management. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, 427 p.

Boon, P.J. and C.M. Pringle. 2008. Chapter 1: Philosophy and Context. In: Boon, P. J. and C. M. Pringle (eds.) Assessing the conservation value of fresh waters: An international perspective. Cambridge University Press, 293 p.

Pringle, C.M., and D. Withrington. 2008. Chapter 2: Freshwater conservation in action: Contrasting approaches in the US and UK. In: Boon, P. J. and C. M. Pringle (eds.) Assessing the conservation value of fresh waters: An international perspective. Cambridge University Press, 293 p.

Pringle, C.M., and P.J. Boon. 2008. Conclusion. In: P.J. Boon, and C.M. Pringle (eds.) Assessing the conservation value of fresh waters: An international perspective. Cambridge University Press, 293 p.

Ramirez, A., C.M. Pringle, and K.M. Wantzen. 2008. Chapter 10: Tropical River Conservation, pp. 285-304. In: D. Dudgeon and C. Cressa. Tropical Stream Ecology. Academic Press, 316 p.

Wantzen, K.M., C. Yule, J. Mathooko, and C.M. Pringle. 2008. Chapter 3: Organic matter dynamics and processing in tropical streams, pp. 44-65. In: D. Dudgeon and C. Cressa. Tropical Stream Ecology. Academic Press, 316 p.

Seares, J., K. Smith, E. Anderson, and C.M Pringle. 2007. Chapter 3: Effects of globalization on freshwater systems and strategies for conservation, pp 75-91. In: Taylor, W.W., M.G. Schechter, and L.G. Wolfson (eds.). Globalization: Effects on fisheries resources. Cambridge University Press, 574 p.

Lamberti, G.A., J.W. Feminella, and C.M. Pringle. 2006. Chapter 23: Plant-herbivore interactions, pp. 537-560. In: F. R. Hauer and G. A. Lamberti (eds.) Methods in stream ecology, Second Edition, Academic Press, 877 p.

Pringle, C.M., and F.J. Triska. 2006. Chapter 32: Effects of nutrient enrichment on periphyton, pp. 743-760. In: F. R. Hauer and G. A. Lamberti (eds.) Methods in stream ecology, Second Edition, Academic Press, 877 p.

Pringle, C.M. 2006. Chapter 10: Hydrologic connectivity: A neglected dimension of conservation biology, pp. 233-54. In: K. Crooks and M.
Sanjayan (eds). Connectivity conservation. Cambridge University Press. 712 p.

Pringle, C.M., and J.P. Benstead. 2001. Effects of logging on tropical riverine ecosystems. p. 305-325 In: R. Fimbel, A, Grajal, and J. Robinson (eds.). Conserving wildlife in managed tropical forests. Columbia University Press, 808 p.

Baer, K. and C.M. Pringle. 2000. Chapter 16: Special problems in urban river conservation: the encroaching megalopolis, pp. 381-398. In: P. J. Boon, B.R. Davies, and G.E. Petts (eds.) Global perspectives on river conservation: Science, policy and practice. John Wiley & Sons, 548 p.

Pringle, C.M., F. Scatena, P. Paaby, and M. Nunez. 2000. Chapter 2: Conservation of riverine ecosystems of Latin America and the Caribbean, pp. 39-75. In: P.J. Boon and B. Davies (eds.) Global perspectives on river conservation: Science, policy and practice. John Wiley & Sons, 548 p.

Pringle, C.M., and F.J. Triska. 2000. Chapter 7: Emergent biological patterns in streams resulting from surface-subsurface water interactions at landscape scales, pp. 167-193. In: J.B. Jones and P.J. Mulholland (eds.) Streams and Groundwaters. Academic Press, 425 p.

Pringle, C.M. 2000. Chapter 15: Riverine conservation in tropical versus temperate regions: Ecological and socioeconomic considerations, pp. 367-378. In: P.J. Boon and B. Davies (eds.) Global perspectives on river conservation: Science, policy and practice. John Wiley & Sons, 548 p.

Wishart, M.J., B.R. Davies, P. Boon, and C.M. Pringle. 2000. Global disparities in river conservation: first-world values and third-world realities, pp. 354-369. In: P. Boon, B.R. Davies, and G.E. Petts (eds.) Global perspectives on river conservation: Science, policy and practice. John Wiley & Sons, 548 p.

Pringle, C.M., and F.N. Scatena. 1998. Factors affecting aquatic ecosystem deterioration in Latin America and the Caribbean. Pages 104-114, in: L.U. Hatch and M.E. Swisher (eds.) Managed Ecosystems: The Mesoamerican Experience. Oxford University Press, NY.

Pringle, C. M., and F. N. Scatena. 1998. Freshwater resource development: Case studies from Puerto Rico and Costa Rica. Pages 114-121, in: L.U. Hatch and M.E. Swisher (eds.) Managed Ecosystems: The Mesoamerican Experience. Oxford University Press, NY.

Pringle, C.M. 1997. Fragmentation in stream ecosystems, page 289-90. In: G. Meffe and R. Carroll (eds.) Principles of Conservation Biology, second edition, Sinauer Associates Inc.

Tartowski, S.L., E.B. Allen, N.E. Barrett, A.R. Berkowitz, R.K. Colwell, P.M. Groffman, J. Harte, H.P. Possingham, C.M. Pringle, D.L. Strayer, and C.R. Tracy. 1997. Integration of species and ecosystem approaches to conservation, pp. 187-192. In: Pickett, S. T. A., R. S. Ostfeld, M. Shachak, and G. E. Likens (eds.) Enhancing the ecological basis of conservation: Heterogeneity, ecosystem function and biodiversity. Proceedings of the Sixth Cary Conference, Institute of Ecosystem Studies. Chapman and Hall.

Flowers, R.W. and C.M. Pringle. 1995. Chapter 10: Yearly fluctuations in the mayfly (Ephemeroptera) community of a tropical stream draining lowland pasture in Costa Rica, pp. 131-149. In: Corkum, L. D. and J. J. H. Ciborowski (eds.) Current Directions in Research on Ephemeroptera. Canadian Scholars Press, Inc., 478 pp.

Heliotis, F., G. Vellidis, D. Bandacu, and C.M. Pringle. 1994. The Danube Delta: historical wetland drainage and potential for restoration, pp. 759-768. In: Mitsch, W. J. (ed.) Global wetlands: Old world and new. Elsevier Press.

Pringle, C.M. 1988. History of conservation efforts and initial exploration of the lower extension of Parque Nacional Braulio Carrillo, pp. 225-241. In: F. Almeda and C.M. Pringle (eds.) Tropical rainforests: Diversity and conservation. Allen Press, 306 p.