Sullivan, S. M. P., Bohenek, J. R., Cáceres, C., & Pomeroy, L. W. (2020). Multiple urban stressors drive fish-based ecological networks in streams of Columbus, Ohio, USA. Science of The Total Environment, 141970.

Sullivan, S.M.P., Rains, M.C., Rodewald, Buzbee, W.W., and A.D Rosemond. 2020. Distorting science, putting water at risk. Science 369: 766-768.
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Rieck, L.O., and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2020. Coupled fish-hydrogeomorphic responses to urbanization in streams of Columbus, Ohio, USA. PLoS ONE 15: e0234303.

Goss, C.W., Sullivan, S.M.P., and P.C. Goebel. 2020 (Online First). Effects of land-cover transitions on emerging aquatic insects and environmental characteristics of headwater streams in an agricultural catchment. River Research and Applications. doi:10.1002/rra.3639.

Ballash, G., Lee, S., Mollenkopf, D., Mathys, D., Albers, A., Sechrist, E., Feicht, S., Van Belen Rubio, J, Sullivan, S.M.P., Lee, J., and T. Wittum. 2020. Pulsed electric field application reduces carbapenem- and colistin-resistant microbiota and blaKPC spread in urban wastewater. Journal of Environmental Management 265:110529.

Jackson, B.K, and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2020. Influence of wildfire severity on geomorphic features and riparian vegetation of forested streams of the Sierra Nevada, California, USA. International Journal of Wildland Fire doi: 10.1071/WF19114.

Mutumi, G.L., Cumming, G.S., Sullivan, S.M.P., Caron, A., and C. Cáceres. 2020. Using a multi-isotope approach to understand waterfowl movement in southern Africa. The Condor: Ornithological Applications 121(4):1-10.

Sullivan, S.M.P., and D.W.P. Manning. 2019. Aquatic-terrestrial linkages as complex systems: insights and advances using network models. Freshwater Science 38:936-945.

Sullivan, S.M.P., Rains, M.R., and A.D. Rodewald. 2019. The proposed changes to the definition of “waters of the United States” flouts sounds science. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116: 11558–11561.

Carlson, A.K., Taylor, W.W., Kinnison, M.T., Sullivan, S.M.P., Weber, M.J., Melstrom, R.T., Venturelli, P.A., Wuellner, M.R., Newman, R.M., Hartman, K.J., Zydlewski, G.B., DeVries, D.D., Gray, S.M., Infante, D.M., Pegg, M.A., Harrell, R.M., and A.E. Todgham. 2019. Fisheries administrator perspectives on current and future threats to freshwater fisheries in the United States of America. Fisheries. 10.1002/fsh.10238

Colvin, S.A.R., Sullivan, S.M.P., Shirey, P.D., Colvin, R.W., Winemiller, K.O., Hughes, R.M., Fausch, K.D., Infante, D.M., Olden, J.D., Bestgen, K.R., Danehy, R.J., and L. Eby. 2019. Headwater streams and wetlands are critical for sustaining fish, fisheries, and ecosystem services. Fisheries 44:74-91.

Santos, F., Wymore, A.S., Jackson, B.K., Sullivan, S.M.P., McDowell, W.H., and A.A. Berhe. 2019. Fire severity, time since fire, and site-level characteristics influence streamwater chemistry at baseflow conditions in catchments of the Sierra Nevada, California. Fire Ecology 15:3.

Zapata, M.J., Sullivan, S.M.P, and S.M. Gray. 2019. Artificial lighting at night in estuaries – ecological implications from individuals to ecosystems (Selected as Editor’s Choice). Estuaries and Coasts 42:309-330.

Zapata, M.J., and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2019. Spatial and seasonal variability of emergent aquatic insects in a subtropical estuary. Marine and Freshwater Research 70:541-553.

Diesburg, K.M., Sullivan, S.M.P, and D.W.P. 2019. Manning. Changes in stream benthic invertebrate communities of central Appalachian streams attributed to hemlock woolly adelgid invasion. Aquatic Sciences 81:11.

Sullivan, S.M.P., Hossler, K. and L.A. Meyer. 2019. Artificial lighting at night alters aquatic-riparian invertebrate food webs. Ecological Applications 29:e01821.

Cook, D.R., and S.M.P. Sullivan (corresponding author). 2018. Associations between riffle development and benthic macroinvertebrate and fish assemblages following lowhead dam removal. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 190:339.

Sullivan, S.M.P., D.W.P. Manning, and R.P. Davis. 2018. Do the ecological impacts of dam removal extend across the aquatic-terrestrial boundary? Ecosphere 9:e02180. 10.1002/ecs2.2180.

Jackson, B.K., and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2018. Ecosystem size and flooding drive trophic dynamics of riparian spiders in a fire-prone Sierra Nevada river system. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75: 308-318.

Davis, R.P. Sullivan, S.M.P, and K. Stefanik. 2017. Reductions in fish-community contamination following lowhead dam removal linked more to shifts in food-web structure than sediment pollution. Environmental Pollution 231: 671-680.

Tagwireyi, P., Sullivan, S.M.P., and K. Zhao. 2017. Associations between riverine landscape patches and internal and external environmental determinants are scale-dependent: evidence from the Scioto River, USA. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 190: 235-249.

Sullivan, S.M.P., and D.W.P. Manning. 2017. Dam removal disturbance leads to seasonally distinct taxonomic and functional shifts in macroinvertebrate communities. PeerJ. 5:e3189; DOI 10.7717/peerj.3189.

Keeton, W.S., Copeland, E.C., Sullivan, S.M.P., and M.C. Watzin. 2017. Riparian forest structure and stream geomorphic condition: implications for flood resilience. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 47: 476-487.

Sullivan, S.M.P., Boaz, L.E., and K. Hossler. 2016. Fluvial geomorphology and aquatic-to-terrestrial Hg export are weakly coupled in small urban streams of Columbus, Ohio. Water Resources Research. 52: 2822-2839.

Tagwireyi, P. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2016. Riverine landscape patches influence trophic dynamics of riparian ants. River Research and Applications 32: 1721-1729.

Alberts, J.M., and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2016. Factors influencing aquatic-to-terrestrial contaminant transport to terrestrial arthropod consumers in a mid-size river system. Environmental Pollution 213: 53-62.

Kautza, A. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2016. Anthropogenic and natural determinants of fish food-chain length in a mid-size river system. Freshwater Science. 35: 895-908.

Kautza, A. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2016. The energetic contributions of aquatic primary producers to terrestrial food webs in a mid-size river system. Ecology. 97: 694-705.

Tagwireyi, P. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2016. Distribution and trophic dynamics of riparian tetragnathid spiders in a large river system. Marine and Freshwater Research. 67: 309-318.

Čivas, L, Kesminas, V. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2016. Hydrogeomorphology drives fish assemblages in the Nevėžis River, Lithuania: implications for river basin management plans in the Baltics. Environmental Monitoring & Assessment. 188: 1-16.

Kautza, A. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2015. Shifts in reciprocal river-riparian arthropod fluxes along an urban-rural landscape gradient. Freshwater Biology. 60: 2156-2168.

Sullivan, S.M.P., Hossler, K., and C.M. Cianfrani. 2015. Ecosystem structure emerges as a strong determinant of food-chain length in linked stream-riparian ecosystems. Ecosystems. 18: 1356-1372.

Kautza, A. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2015. Spatially-dependent human alterations drive fish assemblage composition in a modified river system. River Systems. 21/2–3: 93-108.

Jackson, B.K., and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2015. Responses of riparian tetragnathid spiders to wildfire in a Mediterranean-climate forest ecosystem of California, USA. Freshwater Science. 34: 1542-1557.

Tagwireyi, P. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2015. Riverine landscape patch heterogeneity drives riparian ant assemblages. PLoS ONE 10(4): e0124807.

Dorobek, A.C., Sullivan, S.M.P., and A. Kautza. 2015. Short-term consequences of lowhead dam removal for fish assemblages in an urban river system. River Systems. 21/2–3: 125-139.

Bey, C. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2015. Associations between stream hydrogeomorphology and codependent mussel-fish assemblages: evidence from an Ohio, USA river system. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 25: 555-568.

Goss, C.W., P.C. Goebel, and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2014. Shifts along agricultural-forest transitions of two streams in central Ohio, USA. Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Environment 197: 106-117.

Rowse, L., A.D. Rodewald, and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2014. Pathways and consequences of contaminant flux to Acadian Flycatchers (Empidonax virescens) in urbanizing landscapes of Ohio, USA. Science of the Total Environment 485-486: 461-467.

Meyer, L.A., and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2013. Bright lights, big city: influences of ecological light pollution on reciprocal stream-riparian invertebrate fluxes. Ecological Applications 23: 1322-1330.

Alberts, J.M., Sullivan, S.M.P. and A. Kautza. 2013. Riparian swallows as integrators of landscape change in a multiuse river system: implications for aquatic-to-terrestrial transfers of contaminants. Science of the Total Environment 463-464: 42-50.

Sullivan, S.M.P. 2013. Stream food web d13C and geomorphology tightly coupled in mountain drainages of northern Idaho. Freshwater Science (formerly JNABS) 32: 606-621.

Sullivan, S.M.P. 2012. Geomorphic-biotic relationships highly variable between headwater and network mountain streams of northern Idaho, USA. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48: 1221-1232.

Kautza, A. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2012. Using a process-based watershed-scale model for enhancing field-based stream assessments and predicting stream fish assemblages. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 22: 511-525.

Cianfrani, C.M., Sullivan, S.M.P., Hession, C.W., and M.C. Watzin. 2012. A multitaxonomic approach to understanding local- versus watershed-scale influences on stream biota in the Lake Champlain Basin, Vermont. River Research and Applications 28: 973-988.

Sullivan, S.M.P. and K.T. Vierling. 2012. Exploring spatially-explicit environmental linkages in mountain watersheds with the American dipper (Cinclus mexicanus). Ecography 35: 624-636.

Kautza, A. and S.M.P. Sullivan. 2012. Relative effects of local- and landscape-scale environmental factors on stream fish assemblages: evidence from Ohio and Idaho, USA. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 180: 249-258.

Jackson, B.J., Sullivan, S.M.P., and Malison, R. 2012. Wildfire severity mediates fluxes of plant material and terrestrial invertebrates to mountain streams. Forest Ecology and Management 278: 27-34.

Sullivan, S.M.P. and A.D. Rodewald. 2012. In a state of flux: the energetic pathways that move contaminants from aquatic to terrestrial environments. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry / SETAC 31: 1-9.

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