The Coldwater Streams and Trout Habitat team is located in Blacksburg, Virginia on the campus of Virginia Tech University. We are part of the Forest Watershed Science Research Work Unit (SRS-RWU-4353). The mission of the team is to acquire new knowledge about factors that influence the distribution, abundance, and production of fish and other fauna. The team performs research in the areas of stream habitat and fish ecology, which provides land managers with guidelines on how to maintain, recover, or increase the quantity and quality of fish and other native fauna.
- Diversity production relationships of fish communities in freshwater stream ecosystems
Myers, Bonnie J. E.; Dolloff, C. Andrew; Webster, Jackson R.; Nislow, Keith H.; Rypel, Andrew L.
- Modeling wet headwater stream networks across multiple flow conditions in the Appalachian Highlands
Jensen, Carrie K.; McGuire, Kevin J.; Shao, Yang; Andrew Dolloff, C.
- Forestry best management practices relationships with aquatic and riparian fauna: A review
Warrington, Brooke M.; Aust, W. Michael; Barrett, Scott M.; Ford, W. Mark; Dolloff, C. Andrew; Schilling, Erik B.; Wigley, T. Bently; Bolding, M. Chad
- Fish assemblage production estimates in Appalachian streams across a latitudinal and temperature gradient
Myers, Bonnie J.E.; Dolloff, C. Andrew; Webster, Jackson R.; Nislow, Keith H.; Fair, Brandon; Rypel, Andrew L.
- Informing Watershed Connectivity Barrier Prioritization Decisions: A Synthesis
McKay, S. K.; Cooper, A. R.; Diebel, M. W.; Elkins, D.; Oldford, G.; Roghair, C.; Wieferich, D.