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Environmental Flow Research in the Tennessee River Basin


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photo of fishKnight RR, Murphy JC, Wolfe WJ, Saylor CF, and Wales AK. 2013. Ecological limit functions relating fish community response to hydrologic departures of the ecological flow regime in the Tennessee River basin, USA. Ecohydrology (accepted article) DOI:10.1002/eco.1460 - (free download from Ecohydrology)


Recent Technical Announcement

Murphy, J.C., Knight, R.R., Wolfe, W.J., and Gain, W.S., 2012, Predicting ecological flow regime at ungaged sites: A comparison of methods: River Research and Applications, doi: 10.1002/rra.2570
Knight, R.R., Gain, W.S., and Wolfe, W.J., 2012, Modelling ecological flow regime: An example from the Tennessee and Cumberland River basins: Ecohydrology, DOI:10.1002/eco.246.
photo of fishKnight, R.R., Gregory, M.B., and Wales, A.K., 2008, Relating streamflow characteristics to specialized insectivores in the Tennessee River Valley: A regional approach: Ecohydrology, v. 1, no. 4, p. 394-397, DOI: 10.1002/eco.32.
Other Publications
photo of fishKnight, R.R., and Cuffney, T.F., 2012, Invertebrate response to changes in streamflow hydraulics in two urban areas in the United States: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2012-5035, 19 p.
photo of fishKnight RR, Murphy JC. 2013. Fish community response to departures in hydrologic reference conditions, Tennessee River basin, Southeastern USA. American Geophysical Union, 2013 Annual Conference, San Francisco, California. Poster number H23C-1291


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