Trevor J. Krabbenhoft
Trevor J. Krabbenhoft
Assistant Professor, Department of Biological Sciences and RENEW Institute, University at Buffalo
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A general hypothesis‐testing framework for stable isotope ratios in ecological studies
TF Turner, ML Collyer, TJ Krabbenhoft
Ecology 91 (8), 2227-2233, 2010
Climate change effects on North American inland fish populations and assemblages
AJ Lynch, BJE Myers, C Chu, LA Eby, JA Falke, RP Kovach, ...
Fisheries 41 (7), 346-361, 2016
Global synthesis of the documented and projected effects of climate change on inland fishes
BJE Myers, AJ Lynch, DB Bunnell, C Chu, JA Falke, RP Kovach, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27 (2), 339-361, 2017
Interannual variation in reproductive phenology in a riverine fish assemblage: implications for predicting the effects of climate change and altered flow regimes
TJ Krabbenhoft, SP Platania, TF Turner
Freshwater Biology 59 (8), 1744-1754, 2014
Differing evolutionary patterns underlie convergence on elongate morphology in endemic fishes of Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina
TJ Krabbenhoft, ML Collyer, JM Quattro
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 98 (3), 636-645, 2009
Reproductive phenology and fish community structure in an arid-land river system
TF Turner, TJ Krabbenhoft, AS Burdett
Community ecology of stream fishes: concepts, approaches, and techniques …, 2010
Responding to ecosystem transformation: resist, accept, or direct?
LM Thompson, AJ Lynch, EA Beever, AC Engman, JA Falke, ST Jackson, ...
Fisheries 46 (1), 8-21, 2021
Retrospective stable isotope analysis reveals ecosystem responses to river regulation over the last century
TF Turner, TJ Krabbenhoft, ML Collyer, CA Krabbenhoft, MS Edwards, ...
Ecology 96 (12), 3213-3226, 2015
Concordant mitochondrial and nuclear DNA partitions define evolutionarily significant units in the imperiled pinewoods darter, Etheostoma mariae (Pisces: Percidae)
TJ Krabbenhoft, FC Rohde, AN Leibman, JM Quattro
Copeia 2008 (4), 909-915, 2008
Elassoma gilberti, a new species of pygmy sunfish (Elassomatidae) from Florida and Georgia
FF Snelson, TJ Krabbenhoft, JM Quattro
Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, 2009
Symphurus bathyspilus: a new cynoglossid flatfish (Pleuronectiformes: Cynoglossidae) from deepwaters of the Indo-West Pacific
TJ Krabbenhoft, TA Munroe
Copeia 2003 (4), 810-817, 2003
FiCli, the Fish and Climate Change Database, informs climate adaptation and management for freshwater fishes
TJ Krabbenhoft, BJE Myers, JP Wong, C Chu, RW Tingley, JA Falke, ...
Scientific data 7 (1), 1-6, 2020
Managing for RADical ecosystem change: applying the Resist‐Accept‐Direct (RAD) framework
AJ Lynch, LM Thompson, EA Beever, DN Cole, AC Engman, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 19 (8), 461-469, 2021
Pelagic–littoral resource polymorphism in Hovsgol grayling Thymallus nigrescens from Lake Hovsgol, Mongolia
KW Olson, TJ Krabbenhoft, TR Hrabik, B Mendsaikhan, OP Jensen
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 28 (3), 411-423, 2019
Microsatellite markers for species of the genus Dionda (Cyprinidae) from the American southwest
MA Renshaw, EW Carson, AH Hanna, CE Rexroad, TJ Krabbenhoft, ...
Conservation Genetics 10 (5), 1569-1575, 2009
Threatened fishes of the world: Fundulus waccamensis (Hubbs and Raney, 1946)(Fundulidae)
TJ Krabbenhoft, FC Rohde, JM Quattro
Environmental biology of fishes 84 (2), 173, 2009
Stable isotope evidence for trophic overlap of sympatric Mexican Lake Chapala silversides (Teleostei: Atherinopsidae: Chirostoma spp.)
N Mercado-Silva, J Lyons, R Moncayo-Estrada, P Gesundheit, ...
Neotropical Ichthyology 13, 389-400, 2015
Two unusually large pre-transitional tonguefish larvae (Pleuronectiformes: Cynoglossidae: Symphurus) from oceanic waters near the Galápagos Islands
TA Munroe, TJ Krabbenhoft
Bulletin of Marine Science 86 (1), 15-33, 2010
Nanopore amplicon sequencing reveals molecular convergence and local adaptation of rhodopsin in Great Lakes salmonids
KM Eaton, MA Bernal, NJC Backenstose, DL Yule, TJ Krabbenhoft
Genome biology and evolution 13 (2), evaa237, 2021
Comparative transcriptomics of cyprinid minnows and carp in a common wild setting: a resource for ecological genomics in freshwater communities
TJ Krabbenhoft, TF Turner
DNA Research 25 (1), 11-23, 2018
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