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Wathen, R.A., J. Zydlewski, S.M. Coghlan Jr., and J. Trial. 2012 (in press). Effects of smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomeiu) on Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) habitat use and diel movements in an artificial stream. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 000:000-000.

Gardner, C., S.M. Coghlan Jr., and J. Zydlewski. 2012 (in press). Distribution and abundance of anadromous sea lamprey spawners in a fragmented stream: Current status and potential range expansion following barrier removal. Northeastern Naturalist 000:000-000.

Wathen, R.A., S.M. Coghlan Jr., J. Zydlewski, and J. Trial. 2011. Habitat selection and overlap of Atlantic salmon and smallmouth bass juveniles in nursery streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140:1145-1157.   PDF

Gardner, C., S.M. Coghlan Jr., J. Zydlewski, and R. Saunders. 2011.  Distribution and abundance of stream fishes in relation to barriers: implications for monitoring stream recovery after barrier removal. River Research and Applications DOI:10.1002/rra.1572. PDF

Coghlan Jr., S. M., and P. Damkot. 2009. Of salmon, trout, and charr. In: M.L. Hunter, Jr. and F. Schmiegelow. Wildlife, Forests and Forestry. Second Edition. Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, New Jersey. PDF

Valois, A., R. A. Curry, and S. M. Coghlan Jr. 2009. Smallmouth bass invasion of Gulf Region rivers: evaluating impact on Atlantic salmon populations. In: Chaput, G. (ed). Potential impacts of smallmouth bass introductions on Atlantic salmon: a risk analysis. Proceedings of the Canadian Science Advisory Panel, Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans. PDF

Johnson, R. L., S.M. Coghlan, and T. Harmon. 2007. Spatial and temporal variation in prey selection of brown trout in a cold Arkansas tailwater. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 16:373-384. PDF

Coghlan Jr., S. M., G. R. Cain, and N. H. Ringler. 2007. Prey selection of subyearling Atlantic salmon and rainbow trout coexisting in a natural stream. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 22(4):591-608. PDF

Coghlan, S.M., M.J. Connerton, N.H. Ringler, D.J. Stewart, and J. V. Mead. 2007. Survival and growth responses of stocked salmonines to multiple environmental gradients in Lake Ontario tributaries. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136:56-71. PDF

Coghlan, S.M., M.S. Lyerly, T. R. Bly, J. Williams, D. Bowman, and R. Hannigan. 2007. Otolith chemistry distinguishes between hatchery and wild salmonines in a tailwater system. North American Journal of American Fisheries Management 27:531-541. PDF

Johnson, R.L , S. Blumenshine, and S.M Coghlan. 2006. A bioenergetic analysis of brown trout production in an Arkansas tailwater. Environmental Biology of Fishes 77:121-132. PDF

Czech, B., S. K. Alam, P. A. Angermeier, S. M. Coghlan, G.F. Hartman, L. Krall, J. V. Mead, T. G. Northcote, P. Pister, K. M. Reed, C. A. Rose, J. A. Thompson, and P. F. Thompson. 2006. Economic Growth, Fish Conservation, and the American Fisheries Society: Conclusion to a Forum, Beginning of a Movement? Fisheries 31(1):40-43.

Coghlan, S.M., and N.H. Ringler. 2005. Temperature-dependent effects of rainbow trout on growth of Atlantic salmon parr.  Journal of Great Lakes Research 31(4): 386-396. PDF

Coghlan, S.M. and N.H. Ringler. 2005. Survival and bioenergetic responses of juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) to a perturbation gradient in a natural stream. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 14:111-124. PDF

Coghlan, S.M., and J.L. Lund. 2005. Rapid assessment of benthic faunal responses to a small petroleum spill in a headwaters stream. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 20(4): 777-779.

Mead, J. V., S. M. Coghlan, and P. F. Thompson.  2005.  Symposium on economic growth and fish conservation sparks debate: should the American Fisheries Society adopt a position on economic growth? Fisheries 30(11):37-40. PDF

Coghlan, S.M., and N.H. Ringler. 2004. A comparison of embryo and fry stocking of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in the Salmon River, NY. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24(4):1385-1397. PDF

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