The links provided for the publications below will take you to the
publishers' websites, where you can access papers if you have an
institutional or individual subscription, or if the paper is open access.
If you cannot download a paper you are interested in, please contact Dr.
Jim Heffernan via email to request electronic reprints.
M.J., D.L. Watts, J.B. Heffernan, and T. Osborne. In press. Reciprocal
biotic control of hydrology, nutrient gradients and landform in the Greater
Everglades. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology.
D.L., M.J. Cohen, J.B. Heffernan, T. Osborne, and M.W. Clark. In
press. Hydrologic modification and the loss of self-organized patterning
in the Ridge-Slough Mosaic of the Everglades. Ecosystems. DOI:10.1007/s10021-010-9356-z. [pdf]
and M.J. Cohen. 2010. Direct and indirect coupling of
productivity and diel nitrate dynamics in a subtropical spring-fed river. Limnology
and Oceanography 55(2):677-688. [pdf]
D.M. Liebowitz, T.K. Frazer, J.M.Evans, and M.J. Cohen. 2010. Algal
blooms and the nitrogen-enrichment hypothesis in Florida springs: Evidence,
alternatives, and adaptive management. Ecological Applications 20(3): 816-829. [pdf]
M.J. Cohen, T.K. Frazer, R.G. Thomas, T.J. Rayfield, J. Gulley, J.B. Martin,
J.J. Delfino, and W.D. Graham. 2010. Hydrologic and biotic influences on
nitrate removal in a sub-tropical spring-fed river. Limnology and
Oceanography 55(1): 249-263. [pdf]
W.J., J.B. Heffernan, N.B. Grimm, R. Arrowsmith, C. Eisinger, and T.
Rychener. 2008. Unintended consequences of urbanization for aquatic ecosystems:
a case study from the Arizona desert. BioScience 58(8):715-727. [pdf]
R.A. Sponseller, and S.G. Fisher. 2008. Consequences of a
biogeomorphic regime shift for the hyporheic zone of a Sonoran Desert
stream. Freshwater Biology 53(9):1954-1968. [pdf]
2008. Wetlands as an alternative stable state in desert streams. Ecology
S.G., J.B. Heffernan, R.A. Sponseller, and J.R. Welter (2007).
Functional Ecomorphology: Feedbacks between Form and Function in Fluvial
Landscape Ecosystems. Geomorphology 89: 84-96. [pdf]
Grimm, N.B., R.J. Arrowsmith, C. Eisinger, J. Heffernan, D.B. Lewis, A.
MacLeod, L. Prashad, W.J. Roach, T. Rychener, and R.W. Sheibley (2005).
Effects of urbanization on nutrient biogeochemistry of aridland streams. In R.
DeFries, G. Asner, and R. Houghton (editors). Ecosystem interactions with
land use change. American Geophysical Union Geophysical Monograph Series. [pdf]
Sabo, J.L., R. Sponseller, M. Dixon, K. Gade, T. Harms, J. Heffernan,
A.Jani, G.Katz, C.Soykan, J. Watts, and J. Welter (2005). Riparian zones
increase regional species diversity by harboring different, not more
species. Ecology 86(1): 56-62. [pdf]
Heffernan, J.B., and R A. Sponseller (2004). Nutrient
mobilization and processing in Sonoran Desert riparian soils
following artificial re-wetting. Biogeochemistry 70(1):117-134.
Fisher, S.G., R.A. Sponseller, and J.B. Heffernan (2004).
Horizons in stream biogeochemistry: Flowpaths to progress. Ecology
85(9): 2369-2379. [pdf]
Stelzer, R.S., J. Heffernan and G.E. Likens (2003). The influence of
dissolved nutrients and particulate organic matter quality on microbial
respiration and biomass in a forest stream. Freshwater Biology 48
(11): 1925-1937. [pdf]
Manuscripts in Review
Heffernan, J. B.,
and S. G. Fisher. In revision. Plant-nitrogen interactions during wetland
establishment in a Sonoran Desert stream. Biogeochemistry.