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Andrew L. Rypel
Andrew L. Rypel
Director at Center for Watershed Sciences | Professor | University of California, Davis
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BioTIME: A database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene
M Dornelas, LH Antao, F Moyes, AE Bates, AE Magurran, D Adam, ...
Global ecology and biogeography 27 (7), 760-786, 2018
3402018
Growth and longevity in freshwater mussels: evolutionary and conservation implications
WR Haag, AL Rypel
Biological Reviews 86 (1), 225-247, 2011
2102011
Empirical percentile standard weight equation for the blacktail redhorse
AL Rypel, TJ Richter
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28 (6), 1843-1846, 2008
1702008
Simple ecological trade-offs give rise to emergent cross-ecosystem distributions of a coral reef fish
MGG Grol, I Nagelkerken, AL Rypel, CA Layman
Oecologia 165, 79-88, 2011
1102011
Defining a safe operating space for inland recreational fisheries
SR Carpenter, WA Brock, GJA Hansen, JF Hansen, JM Hennessy, ...
Fish and Fisheries 18 (6), 1150-1160, 2017
1092017
Inland fisheries habitat management: lessons learned from wildlife ecology and a proposal for change
GG Sass, AL Rypel, JD Stafford
Fisheries 42 (4), 197-209, 2017
1092017
Water depth modifies relative predation risk for a motile fish taxon in Bahamian tidal creeks
AL Rypel, CA Layman, DA Arrington
Estuaries and Coasts 30, 518-525, 2007
1012007
Fish die-offs are concurrent with thermal extremes in north temperate lakes
A Till, AL Rypel, A Bray, SB Fey
Nature Climate Change 9 (8), 637-641, 2019
1002019
The cold-water connection: Bergmann’s rule in North American freshwater fishes
AL Rypel
The American Naturalist 183 (1), 147-156, 2014
902014
Habitat fragmentation decreases fish secondary production in Bahamian tidal creeks
L Valentine-Rose, CA Layman, DA Arrington, AL Rypel
Bulletin of Marine Science 80 (3), 863-877, 2007
862007
Production dynamics reveal hidden overharvest of inland recreational fisheries
HS Embke, AL Rypel, SR Carpenter, GG Sass, D Ogle, T Cichosz, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (49), 24676-24681, 2019
842019
Growth potential and predation risk drive ontogenetic shifts among nursery habitats in a coral reef fish
MGG Grol, AL Rypel, I Nagelkerken
Marine Ecology Progress Series 502, 229-244, 2014
752014
Meta‐analysis of growth rates for a circumpolar fish, the northern pike ( Esox lucius), with emphasis on effects of continent, climate and latitude
AL Rypel
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21 (4), 521-532, 2012
702012
Seventy-year retrospective on size-structure changes in the recreational fisheries of Wisconsin
AL Rypel, J Lyons, JDT Griffin, TD Simonson
Fisheries 41 (5), 230-243, 2016
662016
Validation of annual growth rings in freshwater mussel shells using cross dating
AL Rypel, WR Haag, RH Findlay
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65 (10), 2224-2232, 2008
662008
Eroding productivity of walleye populations in northern Wisconsin lakes
AL Rypel, D Goto, GG Sass, MJ Vander Zanden
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75 (12), 2291-2301, 2018
642018
Variations in PCB concentrations between genders of six warmwater fish species in Lake Logan Martin, Alabama, USA
AL Rypel, RH Findlay, JB Mitchell, DR Bayne
Chemosphere 68 (9), 1707-1715, 2007
622007
Growth of freshwater drum from lotic and lentic habitats in Alabama
AL Rypel, DR Bayne, JB Mitchell
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 135 (4), 987-997, 2006
592006
Climate–growth relationships for largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) across three southeastern USA states
AL Rypel
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 18 (4), 620-628, 2009
572009
Do invasive freshwater fish species grow better when they are invasive?
AL Rypel
Oikos 123 (3), 279-289, 2014
562014
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