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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Jason Mark Taylor
Water Quality and Ecology Research
Ecology

Phone: (662) 281-5715
Fax: (662) 281-5713
Room 261

598 MCELROY DR
OXFORD , MS 386551157

Projects
Integrated Strategies for Improved Water Quality and Ecosystem Integrity within Agricultural Watersheds
Appropriated (D)
  Accession Number: 422785

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Environmental flows in the context of unconventional natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale -
Buchanan, B.P., Auerbach, D.A., Mcmanamay, R.A., Taylor, J.M., Flecker, A.S., Archibald, J.A., Fuka, D.R., Walter, M. 2016. Environmental flows in the context of unconventional natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale. Ecological Applications. DOI: 10.1002/eap.1425.
Consumer-mediated nutrient recycling is influenced by interactions between nutrient enrichment and the anti-microbial agent triclosan Reprint Icon -
Taylor, J.M., Back, J.A., Brooks, B.W., King, R.S. 2016. Consumer-mediated nutrient recycling is influenced by interactions between nutrient enrichment and the anti-microbial agent triclosan. Freshwater Science. 2016. 35(3):856-872. DOI: 10.1086/687838..
Contrasting nutrient mitigation and denitrification potential of agricultural drainage environments with different emergent aquatic macrophytes. Reprint Icon -
Taylor, J.M., Moore, M.T., Scott, J.T. 2015. Contrasting nutrient mitigation and denitrification potential of agricultural drainage environments with different emergent aquatic macrophytes. Journal of Environmental Quality. 44:1304–1314. doi.org/10.2134/jeq2014.10.0448.
Ecoregional, catchment, and reach-scale environmental factors shape functional-trait structure of stream fish assemblages Reprint Icon -
Pease, A.A., Taylor, J.M., Winemiller, K.O., King, R.S. 2015. Ecoregional, catchment, and reach-scale environmental factors shape functional-trait structure of stream fish assemblages. Hydrobiologia. doi.org/10.1007/s10750-015-2235-z.
Top-down and bottom-up interactions in freshwater ecosystems: emerging complexities Reprint Icon -
Taylor, J.M., Vanni, M.J., Flecker, A.S. 2015. Top-down and bottom-up interactions in freshwater ecosystems: emerging complexities. In: Hanley, T.C., LaPierre, K. J. Tophic Ecology; Bottom-Up and Top-Down Interactions Across Aquatic and Terrestrial Systems, Cambridge, United Kingdom, Cambridge University Press, p. 55-85.
Nonlinear response of stream ecosystem structure to low-level phosphorus enrichment Reprint Icon -
Taylor, J.M., King, R.S., Pease, A.A., Winemiller, K.O. 2014. Nonlinear response of stream ecosystem structure to low-level phosphorus enrichment. Freshwater Biology. 59(5)969-984.
Downstream fish assemblage response to river impoundment varies with degree of hydrologic alteration Reprint Icon -
Taylor, J.M., Seiheimer, T.S., Fisher, W.L. 2014. Downstream fish assemblage response to river impoundment varies with degree of hydrologic alteration. Hydrobiologia. 728:23-39.
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