Journal Articles

2020

21. Freshwater fish functional and taxonomic diversity above and below Niagara Falls
Authors: Karl A. Lamothe, Justin A. G. Hubbard, and D. Andrew R. Drake
Journal: Environmental Biology of Fishes
doi: 10.1007/s10641-020-01044-w

20. The 18 benefits from using ecosystem services classification systems
Authors: John Finisdore, Charles Rhodes, Roy Haines-Young, Simone Maynard, Jeffrey Wielgus, Anthony Dvarskas, Fabien Quétier, Joel Houdet, Karl A. Lamothe, Helen Ding, François Soulard, George Van Houtven, and Petrina Rowcroft
Journal: Ecosystem Services, 45, 101160
doi: 10.1016/j.ecoser.2020.101160

19. Abiotic and biotic associations between the round goby Neogobius melanostomus and tubenose goby Proterorhinus marmoratus with the endangered northern madtom Noturus stigmosus in Canada
Authors: Karl A. Lamothe, Jacob P. Ziegler, Robin Gáspárdy, Jason Barnucz, and D. Andrew R. Drake
Journal: Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 30(4), 691-700
doi: 10.1002/aqc.3274

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18. Habitat associations of the Threatened pugnose minnow (Opsopoeodus emiliae) at the northern edge of the species range
Authors: Karl A. Lamothe and D. Andrew R. Drake
Journal: Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 29(2), 289-298
doi: 10.1111/eff.12514
Journal cover photo provided by Robin Gáspárdy

2019

Environmental Reviews1

17. Reintroduction of fishes in Canada: a review of research progress for SARA-listed species*
Authors: Karl A. Lamothe, D. Andrew R. Drake, Trevor E. Pitcher, Jeremy E. Broome, Alan J. Dextrase, Ashley Gillespie, Nicholas E. Mandrak, Mark S. Poesch, Scott M. Reid, and Nathalie Vachon
Journal: Environmental Reviews, 27(4), 575-599
doi
: 10.1139/er-2019-0010
*Selected as an “Editor’s Choice” paper in Environmental Reviews for the paper’s particularly high caliber and topical importance.

ConBio

16. Aggregation of two imperfectly detected imperilled freshwater fishes: Understanding community structure and co-occurrence for multispecies conservation
Authors
Karl A. Lamothe,  Alan J. Dextrase, and D. Andrew R. Drake
Journal: Endangered Species Research, 40, 123-132
doi: 10.3354/esr00982

15. Characterizing species co-occurrence patterns of imperfectly detected stream fishes to inform species reintroduction efforts
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe, Alan J. Dextrase, and D. Andrew R. Drake
Journal: Conservation Biology, 33(6), 1392-1403
doi: 10.1111/cobi.13320

CJFAS

14. Evaluating functional diversity conservation for freshwater fishes resulting from terrestrial protected areas
Authors: Karl A. Lamothe, Karen M. Alofs, and Cindy Chu
Journal: Freshwater Biology, 64(11), 2057-2070
doi: 10.1111/fwb.13395pre-print available: here

13. Moving repatriation efforts forward for imperilled Canadian freshwater fishes
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe and D. Andrew R. Drake
Journal: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 76(10), 1914-1921
doi: 10.1139/cjfas-2018-0295

12. Linking the ball-and-cup analogy and ordination trajectories to describe ecosystem stability, resistance, and resilience
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe, Keith M. Somers, and Donald A. Jackson
Journal: Ecosphere, 10(3), e02629
doi10.1002/ecs2.2629

Special Issue Env Review

11. Demand for non-provisioning ecosystem services as a driver of change in the Boreal Zone, Canada
Authors: Karl A. Lamothe, Haibin Dong, Oscar Senar, Sonja Teichert, Irena F. Creed, David P. Kreutzweiser, Fiona K.A. Schmiegelow, and Lisa Venier
Journal: Environmental Reviews, 27(1), 106-123
Virtual special collection containing papers and commentaries based on a series of workshops that explored the risks to sustainable management of the boreal zone (Guest Editors: Irena F. Creed, Jacqueline N. Serran)
doi10.1139/er-2018-0065

2018

Diversity Distributions

10. Intermediate ecosystem services: the origin and meanings behind an unsettled concept
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe and Ira J. Sutherland*
JournalInternational Journal of Biodiversity Science, Ecosystem Services & Management, 14(1), 179-187
doi10.1080/21513732.2018.1524399
*Equal authorship

9. Functional diversity and redundancy of freshwater fish communities across biogeographic and environmental gradients
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe, Karen M. Alofs, Donald A. Jackson, and Keith M. Somers
JournalDiversity and Distributions, 24(11), 1612-1626
doi10.1111/ddi.12812

8. Are research networks worth the time for graduate students?
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe, Vanessa Bourne, Andrew T.M. Chin, Kristin Daoust, Catherine M. Dieleman, Camille Ouellet Dallaire, and Stephanie A. Tomscha
JournalBulletin of the Ecological Society of America, 99(3), 343-350
doi10.1002/bes2.1413

7. Long-term directional trajectories among lake crustacean zooplankton communities and water chemistry
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe, Donald A. Jackson, and Keith M. Somers
Journal: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 75(11), 1926-1939
doi10.1139/cjfas-2017-0518

EcolIndic

6. Undervalued and under pressure: a plea for greater attention toward regulating ecosystem services
Authors: Ira J. Sutherland, Amy M. Villamagna, Camille Ouellet Dallaire, Elena M. Bennett, Andrew T.M. Chin, Stephanie A. Tomscha, Karl A. Lamothe, Alex C.Y. Yeung, and Roland Cormier
Journal: Ecological Indicators, 94(Part 2), 23-32
Special Issue: Landscape Indicators – Monitoring of Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services at Landscape Level (Edited by Ulrich Walz, Ralf-Uwe Syrbe)
doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.06.047

2017

JOrnithol

5. Utilizing gradient simulations for developing measures of community-level resistance and resilience to disturbance
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe, Donald A. Jackson, and Keith M. Somers
Journal: Ecosphere, 8(9), e01953
doi10.1002/ecs2.1953

4. Range-wide patterns of population differentiation of Eurasian black terns (Chlidonias niger niger) related to use of discrete post-nuptial staging sites
Authors: Patricia Szczys, Karl A. Lamothe, Alexey Druzyaka, Martin J.M. Poot, Valeri Siokhin, and Jan van der Winden
Journal: Journal of Ornithology, 158(2), 365-378
doi: 10.1007/s10336-016-1408-5

2016

3. Stocking for a trophy bass fishery: searching for size differences among largemouth bass and hybrids in southern Arkansas reservoirs
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe, Ryan M. Allen, Kelly Winningham, Colton Dennis, and Ronald L.  Johnson
Journal: Lake and Reservoir Management, 32(2), 194-207
doi: 10.1080/10402381.2016.1149258

2013

2. Microsatellite analysis of trophy largemouth bass from Arkansas reservoirs
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe and Ronald L. Johnson
Journal
: Journal of the Arkansas Academy of Science, 67, 71-80
Available: https://libinfo.uark.edu/aas/issues/2013v67/v67a12.pdf

2012

1. Shifting genetic composition of largemouth bass populations in dendritic arms of two large Arkansas reservoirs through stocking of Florida largemouth bass
Authors
: Karl A. Lamothe, Ryan M. Allen, Christopher Cato, Kelly Winningham, Colton Dennis, and Ronald L. Johnson
Journal: Proceedings of Annual Conference of Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 66, 82-87
Availablehttp://www.seafwa.org/pdfs/articles/15Lamotheetal82-87.pdf

Articles in Review

1. The translocation trade-off: balancing harm to source populations with the success of re-establishment
Authors: Karl A. Lamothe, Adam S. van der Lee, D. Andrew R. Drake, and Marten A. Koops
Status: Under Review

2. Letter to the editor: Using classification systems to integrate ecosystem services with decision making tools
Authors:
John Finisdore, Karl A. Lamothe, Charles R. Rhodes, Carl Obst, Pieter Booth, Roy Haines-Young, Joel Robert Houdet, Marc Russell, Simone Maynard, Jeffrey Wielgus, and Petrina Rowcroft
Status: Under Review

3. Occupancy dynamics of the imperilled Wavyrayed Lampmussel Lampsilis fasciola in Canada: modelling in support of species protection and recovery
Authors: Karl A. Lamothe, Kelly A. McNichols O’Rourke, and Todd K. Morris
Status: Under Review

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