Publications


In review or revision

Rowland, F.E., K.A. Prats, Y.A. Alshwairikh, M.K. Burak, A.C. Fanton, and M.C. Duguid. (under review) Towards a new stable state: Equitably assessing trainee writing productivity post-COVID-19. BioScience.

Rowland, F.E., E.S. Schyling, L.K. Freidenburg, M.C. Urban, J.L. Richardson, A.Z.A. Arietta, S.B. Rodrigues, A.D. Rubinstein, M.F. Bernard, and D.K. Skelly. (in revision) Asynchrony, density dependence, and persistence in amphibian populations. Ecology.

Rowland, F.E., M.L. Crump, H.H. Whiteman, W.H. Lowe, K.A. Berven, and J.H.K. Pechmann (in revision). Why we (still) need more long-term amphibian population data. Ichthyology & Herpetology.


In prep

Full manuscript available upon request

Rowland, F.E. and R.M. Holdo (in prep). Nonlinear ecosystem responses to leaf litter subsidies in experimental ponds. EcoEvoRxiv DOI: 10.32942/osf.io/uwgdy


Peer-reviewed

*Undergraduate co-authors are italicized

17. Rowland, F.E. and J.J. Burkhart (accepted). Juvenile salamanders do not exhibit compensatory growth post-metamorphosis in an experimental setting. Ichthyology & Herpetology.

16. Qian, S.S., C.A. Stow, F.E. Rowland, Q. Liu, M.D. Rowe, E.J. Anderson, R.P. Stumpfe, T.H. Johengen. 2021. Chlorophyll a as an indicator of microcystin: Short-term forecasting and risk assessment in Lake Erie. Ecological Indicators 130: 108055. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2021.108055

15. Rowland, F.E., C.A. Stow, L.T. Johnson, and R.M. Hirsch. 2021. Lake Erie tributary nutrient trend evaluation: normalizing concentrations and loads to reduce flow variability. Ecological Indicators 125: 107601. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2021.107601

14. Anderson, T.L., B.H. Ousterhout, F.E. Rowland, D.L. Drake, J.J. Burkhart, and W.E. Peterman. 2021. Direct effects influence larval salamander size and density more than indirect effects. Oecologia 195: 173–186. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00442-020-04820-8

13. Rowland, F.E., C.A. Stow, T.H. Johengen, A.M. Burtner, D. Palladino, D.C. Gossiaux, T.W. Davis, L.T. Johnson, and S.A. Ruberg. 2020. Recent patterns in Lake Erie phosphorus and chlorophyll a concentrations in response to changing loads. Environmental Science & Technology 54: 835-841. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.est.9b05326

12. *Holtswarth, J.N., F.E. Rowland, H.J. Puglis, M.L. Hladik, and L.B. Webb. 2019. Effects of the neonicotinoid insecticide clothianidin on southern leopard frog (Rana sphenocephala) tadpole behavior. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 103: 717-722. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00128-019-02703-0

11. Rowland, F.E., R.L. North, P. McEachern, D.V. Obrecht, T.B. Gurung, S.B. Jones, and J.R. Jones. 2019. Nutrient deficiencies vary with season in sub-tropical lakes of Nepal. Hydrobiologia 833(1): 157-172. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10750-019-3897-8

10. *Watters, A.M., F.E. Rowland, and R.D. Semlitsch. 2018. Larval salamanders are as effective at short-term mosquito predation as mosquitofish. Canadian Journal of Zoology 96(10): 1165-1169. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjz-2017-0267

9. Peterman, W.E., T.L. Anderson, B.H. Ousterhout, D.L. Drake, J.J. Burkhart, F.E. Rowland, and R.D. Semlistch. 2018. Using spatial demographic network models to optimize habitat creation, restoration, and preservation. Journal of Wildlife Management 82(3): 649-659. https://doi.org/10.1002/jwmg.21393

8. Anderson, T.L., F.E. Rowland, and R.D. Semlitsch. 2017. Asymmetric effects of phenological shifts and larval density on intraguild predation between salamanders. Oecologia 185(3): 475-486. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00442-017-3954-9

7. Burkhart, J.J., W.E. Peterman, *E. Brocato, *K. Romine, *M.M. Willis, B.H. Ousterhout, T.L.    Anderson, D.L. Drake, F.E. Rowland, R.D. Semlitsch, and L. Eggert. 2017. The influence of breeding phenology on the genetic structure of four pond-breeding salamanders. Ecology and Evolution 7(13): 4670-4681. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.3060

6. Rowland, F.E., *M.B. Rawlings, and R.D. Semlitsch. 2017. Joint effects of resources and amphibians on pond ecosystems. Oecologia 183(1): 237-247. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00442-016-3748-5

5. Anderson, T.L., B.H. Ousterhout, D.L. Drake, J.J. Burkhart, F.E. Rowland, W.E. Peterman, and R.D. Semlitsch. 2016. Differences in larval allometry among three ambystomatid salamanders. Journal of Herpetology 50(3): 464-470. https://doi.org/10.1670/15-178

4. Rowland, F.E., *S.K. Tuttle, M.J. González, and M.J. Vanni. 2016. Canopy cover and anurans: nutrients, not light, are the most important predictor of growth and development. Canadian Journal of Zoology 94: 225–232. https://doi.org/10.1139/cjz-2015-0022

3. Rowland, F.E., *K.J. Bricker, M.J. Vanni, and M.J. González. 2015. Light and nutrients regulate energy transfer through benthic and pelagic food chains. Oikos 124(12): 1648–1663. https://doi.org/10.1111/oik.02106

2. Schussler, E.E., F.E. Rowland, C.A. Distel, J.M. Bauman, M.L. Keppler, Y. Kawarasaki, M.R. McCarthy, A. Glover, and H. Salem. 2011. Promoting the Development of Graduate Student Teaching Philosophy Statements. Journal of College Science Teaching 40(3): 32-35.

1.  Kamarainen, A.M., F.E. Rowland, R. Biggs, and S.R. Carpenter. 2008. Zooplankton and the Total Phosphorus-Chlorophyll a Relationship: Hierarchical Bayesian Analysis of Measurement Error. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65: 2644-2655. https://doi.org/10.1139/F08-161


Professional publications and reports

6. Eggert, L.S., R.D. Semlitsch, T.L. Anderson, J.J. Burkhart, A. Messerman, B.H. Ousterhout, W.E. Peterman, F.E. Rowland. 2015. Multi-Scale Approach to Understanding Source-Sink Dynamics of Amphibians. SERDP RC-2155.

5. Rowland, F.E. 2015. R – A free solution for statistics and graphing. Stormwater Journal 16(2): 10-11.

4. Rowland, F.E. 2014. The Statistics Behind BMP Monitoring. Stormwater Journal 15(3): 10-11.

3. Oquist, K., F.E. Rowland, U.B. Singh and B. Jastram. 2013. Annual Monitoring Report 2012. MWMO Watershed Bulletin 2013-1. 68 pp.

2. Oquist, K., F.E. Rowland, U.B. Singh and B. Jastram. 2012. Annual Monitoring Report 2011. MWMO Watershed Bulletin 2012-1. 66pp

1. Environmental Operations Staff. 2011. 2010 Water Resources Report. Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board. 308pp.


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