Please visit my Google Scholar and ResearchGate profiles to see what my collaborators are up to as well!  Also, feel free to email me if you would like a PDF of any of my publications. Enjoy!

2020    Collins SF, Baxter CV. Multiple lines of evidence reveal complex rainbow trout responses to stream habitat enhancements Freshwater Biology

2020    Bouska K, Houser J, De Jager N, Drake D, Collins SF, Gibson-Reinemer D, Thomsen M, Moore M, Van Appledorn M. Conceptualizing alternate regimes in a large floodplain-river ecosystem: Water clarity, invasive fish, and floodplain vegetation. Journal of Environmental Management

2020    Collins SF, Baxter CV. Beyond “donors and recipients”: Impacts of species gains and losses reverberate among ecosystems due to changes in resource subsidies.  Invited Book Chapter in Contaminants and Ecological Subsidies: Applying Spatial Food Web Ecology at the Land-Water Interface. 

2020    Collins SF, Baxter CV, Marcarelli AM, Felicetti L, Florin S, Wipfli MS, Servheen G. Reverberating effects of resource subsidies in stream-riparian food webs. Oecologia 192:179-189.

2019    Detmer T, Broadway KJ, Potter CG, Collins SF, Parkos JJ, Wahl DH. A comparison of manual and semi-automated methods to characterize individual-, population- and community-level measurements of zooplankton. Hydrobiologia, 838: 99-110.

2019   Fletcher CM, Collins SF, Nannini M, Wahl DH.  Competition during early ontogeny: Effects of native and invasive planktivores on the growth, survival, and habitat use of bluegill.  Freshwater Biology. 64:697–707.

2019    Butler SE, Porreca A, Collins SF, Freedman J, Parkos JJ, Diana M, Wahl DH.  Does fish herding enhance catch rates and detection of invasive Asian carp? Biological Invasions. 21:775-785.

2018    Sanft E, Parkos JJ, Collins SF, Porreca A, Wahl DH. Vulnerability of Juvenile Asian Carp to Predation by Largemouth Bass (Micropterus salmoides). Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.

2018    Collins SF, Wahl DH. Size-specific effects of an invasive planktivore on zooplankton communities. Freshwater Biology, 63:700-708.  ResearchGate.

2018   Collins SF, Detmer T, Nelson KA, Sass G, Wahl DH. The release and regulation of rotifers: examining the predatory effects of invasive juvenile common and bighead carp. Hydrobiologia, 813:199-211.  ResearchGate.

2017   Collins SF, Nelson KA, DeBoom C, Wahl DH. The facilitation of a native freshwater fish by the invasive bighead carp. Freshwater Biology 62:1645-1654.  ResearchGate.

2017   Nelson KA, Collins SF, Sass GG, Wahl DH. A response-surface examination of competition and facilitation between native and invasive fishes. Functional Ecology 31:2157-2166.  ResearchGate.

2017   Collins SF, Wahl DH. Invasive planktivores as mediators of organic matter flows within and between ecosystems. Oecologia 184:521-530. PDFResearchGate.

2017   Collins SF, Butler SE, Diana MJ, Wahl DH. A gear comparison for catching juvenile Silver Carp in river-floodplain ecosystems. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 37:94–100.  ResearchGate.

2016   Collins SF, Marshall B #, Moerke A. Aerial insect responses to non-native Pacific salmon spawning in a Great Lakes tributary. Journal of Great Lakes Research 42: 630-636.  ResearchGate.

2016   Collins SF, Baxter CV, Marcarelli AM, Wipfli MS. Effects of experimentally added salmon subsidies on resident fishes via direct and indirect pathways. Ecosphere 7(3):e01248. 10.1002/ecs2.1248  PDFResearchGate.

2015   Collins SF, Butler SE, Diana MJ, Wahl DH. Catch rates and cost effectiveness of entrapment gears for Asian carp: A comparison of pound nets, hoop nets, and fyke nets in backwater lakes of the Illinois River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 35:1219-1225.  ResearchGate.

2015   Collins SF, Marcarelli AM, Baxter CV, Wipfli MS. A critical assessment of the ecological assumptions underpinning compensatory mitigation of salmon derived nutrients.  Environmental Management 56:571-586.  ResearchGate.

2014   Collins SF, Baxter CV. Heterogeneity of riparian habitats mediates responses of terrestrial arthropods to a subsidy of Pacific salmon carcasses. Ecosphere 5: article 146.  PDFResearchGate.

2014   Collins SF, The ecological importance of subsidies from salmon to stream-riparian ecosystems: An experimental test and implications for approaches to nutrient mitigation. Ph.D. Dissertation. Idaho State University

2014   Muehlbauer JD, Collins SF, Doyle MW, Tockner K. How wide is a stream? The spatial extent of the “stream signature” in terrestrial food webs using meta-analysis. Ecology 95:44-55.  ResearchGate.  **Selected for Faculty of 1000

2011   Collins SF, Moerke A, Janetski D, Chaloner D, Lamberti G. Response of water chemistry and algal biomass to spawning Pacific salmon in three Northern Michigan streams.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30:831-839.  ResearchGate.