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Students and postdocs in our lab are underlined:

Guo, L., H. Zamani SabziT.M. Neeson, J. Allen and F. Mistree (2019) Managing conflicting water resource goals and uncertainties in a dam network by exploring the solution space. Journal of Mechanical Design 141:031702.

Zamani Sabzi, H., S. Rezapour, R. Fovargue, H.A. Moreno and T.M. Neeson (2019) Strategic allocation of water conservation incentives to balance environmental flows and societal outcomes. Ecological Engineering 127:160-169.

Sleight, N. and T.M. Neeson. (2018) Opportunities for collaboration between infrastructure agencies and conservation groups: road-stream crossings in Oklahoma. Transportation Research D: Transport and Environment 63:622-631.

Popejoy, T., C.R. Randklev, T.M. Neeson, and C.C. Vaughn (2018) Prioritizing mussel beds for conservation based on similarity to historical baselines and feasibility of protection. Conservation Biology, in press

Milt, A., M. Diebel, P.J. Doran, M.C. Ferris, M. Herbert, M. Khoury, A.T. Moody, T.M. Neeson, J. Ross, T. Treska, J.R. O’Hanley, L. Walter, S. Wanger, E. Yacobson, P.B. McIntyre (2018) Minimizing opportunity costs to aquatic connectivity restoration while controlling invasive species. Conservation Biology, in press

Neeson, T.M., A.T. Moody, J.R. O’Hanley, M. Diebel, P.J. Doran, M.C. Ferris, T. Colling, and P.B. McIntyre (2018) Aging infrastructure creates opportunities for cost-efficient restoration of aquatic ecosystem connectivity. Ecological Applications in press

Neeson, T.M., P.J. Doran, M.C. Ferris, K.B. Fitzpatrick, M.Herbert, M. Khoury, A.T. Moody, J. Ross, E. Yacobson, and P.B. McIntyre (2018) Conserving rare species can have high opportunity costs for common species. Global Change Biology 24:3862-3872.

Fitzpatrick, K.B. and T.M. Neeson (2018) Aligning dam removals and road culvert upgrades boosts conservation return-on-investment. Ecological Modelling 368:198-204.

Milt, A.W., P.J. Doran, M.C. Ferris, A.T. Moody, T.M. Neeson, P.B. McIntyre. 2017. Local-scale benefits of river connectivity restoration planning beyond jurisdictional boundaries. River Research and Applications 33:788-795.

Moody, A.T., T.M. Neeson, S. Wangen, J. Dischler, M.W. Diebel, M. Herbert, M. Khoury, E. Yacobson, P.J. Doran, M.C. Ferris, J.R. O’Hanley, P.B. McIntyre. 2017. Pet project or best project? Online decision support tools for prioritizing barrier removals in the Great Lakes and beyond. Fisheries 42:57-65.

Trachtenberg, Z.M., T. Burns, K. de Beurs, S.E. Ellis, K.K. Gates, B.W. Hoagland, J.F. Kelly, T.M. Neeson, A.R. Randall, I. Schlupp, P.S. Soppelsa, G.S.. Soreghan, J.J. Zeigler. 2017. The anthropocene biosphere: supporting interdisciplinary inquiry by blogging. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 32:1-3.

Neeson, T.M., S.D.P. Smith, J.D. Allan, and P.B. McIntyre. 2016. Prioritizing ecological restoration among sites in multi-stressor landscapes. Ecological Applications 26:1785-1796.

Radeloff, V. C., J. W. Williams, B. L. Bateman, K. D. Burke, S. K. Carter, E. S. Childress, K. J. Cromwell, C. Gratton, A. O. Hasley, B. M. Kraemer, A. W. Latzka, E. Marin-Spiotta, C. D. Meine, S. E. Munoz, T. M. Neeson, A. M. Pidgeon, A. R. Rissman, R. J. Rivera, L. M. Szymanski, J. Usinowicz. 2015. The rise of novelty in ecosystems. Ecological Applications 2051-2068.

Neeson, T.M., M.F. Ferris, M.W. Diebel, P.J. Doran, J.R. O’Hanley, and P.B. McIntyre. 2015. Enhancing ecosystem restoration efficiency through spatial and temporal coordination. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences – USA 112:6236-6241.

McIntyre, P.B., E. Childress, E. Hamann, J. Hogan, S.R. Januchowski-Hartley, A.A. Koning, C.R. Liermann, T.M. Neeson, D. Oele, and B.M. Pracheil. Conservation of migratory fishes in freshwater ecosystems. in Closs, G.P., Krkosek, M. and Olden, J.D. Conservation of Freshwater Fishes. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK. in press

Van Rijn, I., Neeson, T.M., and Mandelik, Y. 2014. Reliability and refinement of the higher taxon approach for bee richness and composition. Ecological Applications 25:88-98.

Neeson, T.M. and Mandelik, Y. 2014. Pairwise measures of species co-occurrence for choosing indicator species and quantifying overlap. Ecological Indicators 45:721-727.

Neeson, T.M., Van Rijn, I., and Mandelik, Y. 2013. How taxonomic diversity, community structure, and sample size determine the reliability of higher taxon surrogates. Ecological Applications 23:1216-1225.

Neeson, T.M., Salomon, M., and Coll, M. 2013. Nutrient-specific foraging leads to Allee effects and dynamic functional responses. Oikos 122:265-273.

Mandelik, Y., Winfree, R., Neeson, T.M. and Kremen, C. 2012. Complementary habitat use by wild bees in agro-natural landscapes. Ecological Applications 22:1535-1546.

Neeson, T.M., S.A. Adlerstein, and M.J. Wiley. 2012. Towards a process domain sensitive substrate habitat model for sea lampreys in Michigan rivers. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141:313-326.

Neeson, T.M., M.J. Wiley, S.A. Adlerstein, and R.L. Riolo. 2012. How river network structure and habitat availability shape the spatial dynamics of larval sea lampreys. Ecological Modelling 226:62-70.

Gorman, A.M., P.J. Whiting, T.M. Neeson, and J.F. Koonce. 2011. Channel substrate prediction from GIS for habitat estimation in Lake Erie tributaries. Journal of Great Lakes Research 37:725-731.

Neeson, T.M., M.J. Wiley, S.A. Adlerstein, and R.L. Riolo. 2011. River network structure shapes interannual feedbacks between adult sea lamprey migration and larval habitation. Ecological Modelling 222:3182-3193.

Neeson, T.M., A.M. Gorman, P.J. Whiting, and J.F. Koonce. 2008. Factors affecting accuracy of stream channel slope estimates derived from geographic information systems. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:722-732.

Neeson, T.M., J.F. Koonce, and P.J. Whiting. 2007. Predicting sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) habitat using GIS. Journal of Great Lakes Research 33:546-553.

Matisoff, G. and T.M. Neeson. 2005. Oxygen concentration and demand in Lake Erie sediments. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 31 (Suppl. 2):284-295.