Ardon, M., C. M. Pringle, and S. L. Eggert. 2009.  Does leaf chemistry differentially affect leaf breakdown in tropical versus temperate streams? Importance of standardized analytical techniques to measure leaf chemistry. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28: 440-453. [PDF]

Benstead, J. P., J. G.March, C. M. Pringle, K. C. Ewel, and J. W. Short. 2009. Biodiversity and ecosystem function in species-poor communities: community structure and leaf litter breakdown in a Pacific island stream. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28: 454-465. [PDF]

Bixby, R. J., J. P. Benstead, M. M. Douglas, and C. M. Pringle. 2009. Relationship of stream algal community structure to catchment deforestation in eastern Madagascar. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28: 466-479. [PDF]

Carter, T., C. R. Jackson, A. Rosemond, C. M. Pringle, D. Radcliffe, W. Tollner, J. Maerz, D. Leigh, and A. Trice. 2009. Beyond the urban gradient: barriers and opportunities for timely studies of urbanization effects on aquatic ecosystems. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28: 709-718. [PDF]

Colon-Gaud, C., M. R. Whiles, S. S. Kilham, K. R. Lips, C. M. Pringle, S. Connelly, and S. D Petersen. 2009. Assessing ecological responses to catastrophic amphibian declines: changes in macroinvertebrate production and food web structure in upland Panamanian streams. Limnology and Oceanography 54: 331-343. [PDF]

Cook, B. D., S. Bernays, C. M. Pringle, and J. M. Hughes. 2009. Marine dispersal determines the genetic population structure of migratory stream fauna of Puerto Rico: evidence for island-scale population recovery processes. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28: 709-718. [PDF]

Crook, K. E., C. M. Pringle, and M. C. Freeman. 2009. A method to assess longitudinal riverine connectivity in tropical streams dominated by migratory biota. Aquatic Conservation 19: 714-723. [PDF]

Gardiner, N., A. B. Sutherland, R. J. Bixby, M. C. Scott, J. L. Meyer, G. S. Helfman, E. F. Benfield, C. M. Pringle, P. V. Bolstad, and D. N. Wear. 2009. Linking stream and landscape trajectories in the Southern Appalachians. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 156: 17-36. [PDF]

Kilham, S., M. Hunte-Brown, P. Verburg, C. M. Pringle,  M. R. Whiles, K. R. Lips, and E. Zandona. 2008. Challenges for interpreting stable isotope fractionation of carbon and nitrogen in tropical aquatic ecosystems. Verhandlungen Internationale Verein. Limnol.  30: 166-170. [PDF]

Kominoski, J. S., and C. M. Pringle. 2009. Resource-consumer diversity: testing effects of leaf litter species diversity on stream macroinvertebrate communities. Freshwater Biology 54: 1461-1473. [PDF]

Kominoski, J. S., T. J. Hoellein, C. J. LeRoy, C. M. Pringle, and C. M. Swan. 2009. Beyond species richness: expanding biodiversity-ecosystem functioning theory in detritus-based streams. River Research and Applications 24: 1-9 [PDF]

Kominoski, J. S., T. J. Hoellein, J. J. Kelly, and C. M. Pringle. 2009. Does mixing litter of different qualities alter stream microbial diversity and functioning on individual litter species? Oikos 118: 457-463. [PDF]

Palkovacs, E. P., M. C. Marshall, B. A. Lamphere, B. R. Lynch, D. J. Weese, D. F. Fraser, D. N. Reznick, C. M. Pringle, and M. T. Kinnison. 2009. Experimental evaluation of evolution and coevolution as agents of ecosystem change in Trinidadian streams.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series: Biological Sciences 364: 1617-1628. [PDF]

Todd, M. J., G. Vellidis, R. R.  Lowrance, and C. M. Pringle. 2009. High sediment oxygen demand within an in-stream swamp in southern Georgia: implications for low dissolved oxygen levels in coastal blackwater streams. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 45: 1493-1507. [PDF]