44. Fulweiler RW, Davies SW, Biddle JF, Burgin AJ, Cooperdock EHG, Hanley TC, Kenkel CD, Marcarelli AM, Matassa CM, Mayo TL, Santiago-Vàzquez LZ, Traylor-Knowles N, Ziegler M. 2021. Rebuild the academy: supporting academic mothers during COVID-19 and beyond. PLoS Biology 19:e3001100.

43. Mebane CA, Ray AM, Marcarelli AM. 2021. Nutrient limitation of algae and a macrophyte in streams: integrating laboratory bioassays, field experiments, and field data . PLOS ONE 16:e0252904.

42. Moutinho FHM, Marafão GA, Calijuri MC, Moreira MZ, Marcarelli AM, Cunha DGF. 2021. Environmental factors and thresholds for nitrogen fixation by phytoplankton in tropical reservoirs. International Review of Hydrobiology 106:5-17.

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

40. Hupperts SF, Webster CR, Froese RE, Lilleskov E, Marcarelli AM, Dickinson YL. 2020. Increasing ground-layer plant taxonomic diversity masks declining phylogenetic diversity along a silvicultural disturbance gradient. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 50:1259-1267.

39. Marcarelli AM, Baxter CV, Benjamin JR, Miyake Y, Murakami M, Fausch KD, Nakano S. 2020. Magnitude and direction of stream-forest community interactions change with time scale. Ecology 101:e03064.

38. Meingast KM, Kane ES, Coble AA, Marcarelli AM, Toczydlowski D. 2020. Climate, snowmelt dynamics and atmospheric deposition interact to control dissolved organic carbon export from a northern forest stream over 26 years. Environmental Research Letters 15: 104034.

37. Van Goethem RR, Huckins CJ, Marcarelli AM. 2020. Effects of invasive watermilfoil on primary production in littoral zones of north-temperate lakes. Diversity 12:82. (Great Lakes Research Center Contribution no. 69).

36. Brooks CN, Grimm AG, Marcarelli AM, Dobson RJ. 2019. Multiscale collection and analysis of submerged aquatic vegetation spectral profiles for Eurasian watermilfoil detection. Journal of Applied Remote Sensing 13:037501.

35. Coble AA, Marcarelli AM, Kane ES. 2019. Year-round measurements reveal seasonal drivers of nutrient uptake in a snowmelt-driven headwater stream. Freshwater Science 38:156-169. (Great Lakes Research Center Contribution no. 54).

34. Marcarelli AM, Coble AA, Meingast KM, Kane ES, Brooks CN, Buffam I, Green SA, Huckins CJ, Toczydlowski D, Stottlemyer R. 2019. Of small streams and Great Lakes: Integrating tributaries to understand the ecology and biogeochemistry of Lake Superior. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 55:442-458. (Great Lakes Research Center Contribution no. 55).

33. Ortiz JE, Marcarelli AM, Juneau KJ, Huckins CJ. 2019. Invasive Myriophyllum spicatum and nutrients interact to influence algal assemblages. Aquatic Botany 156:1-9. (Great Lakes Research Center Contribution no. 52).

32. Tiegs SD, Costello DM, Isken MW, Woodward G, McIntyre PB, Gessner MO, Chauvet E, Griffiths NA, Flecker AS, Acuña V, Albariño R, Allen DC, Alonso C, Andino P, Arango C, Aroviita J, Barbosa MVM, Barmuta LA, Baxter CV, Bell TDC, Bellinger B, Boyero L, Brown LE, Bruder A, Bruesewitz DA, Burdon FJ, Callisto M, Canhoto C, Capps KA, Castillo MM, Clapcott J, Colas F, Colón-Gaud C, Cornut J, Crespo-Pérez V, Cross WF, Culp JM, Danger M, Dangles O, de Eyto E, Derry AM, Villanueva VD, Douglas MM, Elosegi A, Encalada AC, Entrekin S, Espinosa R, Ethaiya D, Ferreira V, Ferriol C, Flanagan KM, Fleituch T, Follstad Shah JJ, Barbosa AF, Friberg N, Frost PC, Garcia EA, García Lago L, García Soto PE, Ghate S, Giling DP, Gilmer A, Gonçalves Jr. JF, Gonzales RK, Graça MAS, Grace M, Grossart H-P, Guérold F, Gulis V, Hepp LU, Higgins S, Hishi T, Huddart J, Hudson J, Imberger S, Iñiguez-Armijos C, Iwata T, Janetski JD, Jennings E, Kirkwood AE, Koning AA, Kosten S, Kuehn KA, Laudon H, Leavitt PR, Lemes da Silva AL, Leroux SJ, LeRoy CJ, Lisi PJ, MacKenzie R, Marcarelli AM, Masese FO, McKie BG, Medeiros AO, Meissner K, Miliša M, Mishra S, Miyake Y, Moerke A, Mombrikotb S, Mooney R, Moulton T, Muotka T, Negishi JN, Neres-Lima V, Nieminen ML, Nimptsch J, Ondruch J, Paavola R, Pardo I, Patrick CJ, Peeters ETHM, Pozo J, Pringle C, Prussian A, Quenta A, Quesada A, Reid B, Richardson JS, Rigosi A, Rincón J, Rîşnoveanu R, Robinson CT, Rodríguez-Gallego L, Royer TV, Rusak JA, Santamans AC, Selmeczy GB, Simiyu G, Skuja A, Smykla J, Sridhar KR, Sponseller R, Stoler A, Swan CM, Szlag D, Teixeira-de Mello F, Tonkin JD, Uusheimo S, Veach AM, Vilbaste S, Vought LBM, Wang C-P, Webster JR, Wilson PB, Woelfl S, Xenopoulos MA, Yates AG, Yoshimura C, Yule CM, Zhang YX, Zwart JA. 2019. Global patterns and drivers of ecosystem functioning in rivers and riparian zones. Science Advances 5:eaav0486.

31. Eberhard EK, Marcarelli AM, Baxter CV. 2018. Co-occurrence of in-stream nitrogen fixation and denitrification across a nitrogen gradient in a western U.S. watershed. Biogeochemistry 139:179-195. (Great Lakes Research Center Contribution no. 48).

30. Bump JK, Bergman BG, Schrank AJ, Marcarelli AM, Kane ES, Risch AC, Schutz M. 2017. Nutrient release from moose bioturbation in aquatic ecosystems. Oikos 126:389-397.

29. Dodds WK, Burgin AJ, Marcarelli AM, Strauss EA. 2017. Nitrogen Transformations. Pp 173-196 in: Lamberti GA, Hauer FR (eds) Methods in Stream Ecology Volume 2: Ecosystem Function, 3rd Edition. Elsevier.

28. Olson JC, Marcarelli AM, Timm AL, Eggert SL, Kolka RK. 2017. Evaluating the effects of culvert designs on ecosystem processes in northern Wisconsin streams. River Research and Applications 33:777–787. (Great Lakes Research Center Contribution no. 44)

27. Baker MA, Arp CD, Goodman KJ, Marcarelli AM, Wurtsbaugh WA. 2016. Stream-lake interaction: understanding a coupled hydro-ecological system. Pp 321-348 in: Jones JB, Stanley EH (eds) Stream Ecosystems in a Changing Environment. Academic Press.

26. Coble AA, Marcarelli AM, Kane ES, Huckins CJ. 2016. Uptake of ammonium and soluble reactive phosphorus in forested streams: influence of dissolved organic matter composition. Biogeochemistry 131:355–372. (Great Lakes Research Center Contribution no. 43)

25. Coble AA, Marcarelli AM, Kane ES, Stottlemyer JR, Toczydlowski D. 2016. Temporal patterns of dissolved organic matter biodegradability are similar across three rivers of varying size. Journal of Geophysical Research - Biogeosciences 121:1617–1631. (Great Lakes Research Center Contribution no. 37)

24. Collins SF, Baxter CV, Marcarelli AM, Wipfli MS. 2016. Effects of experimentally added salmon subsidies on resident fishes via direct and indirect pathways. Ecosphere 7:e01248.

23. Veverica TJ, Kane ES, Marcarelli AM, Green SA. 2016. Ionic liquid extraction unveils previously occluded humic-bound iron in peat pore water. Soil Science Society of America Journal 80:771-782.

22. Coble AA, Marcarelli AM, Kane ES. 2015. Ammonium and glucose amendments stimulate dissolved organic matter mineralization in a Lake Superior tributary. Journal of Great Lakes Research 41:801–807. (Great Lakes Research Center Contribution no. 24)

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

20. Marcarelli AM, Huckins CJ, Eggert SL. 2015. Sand aggradation alters biofilm standing crop and metabolism in a low-gradient Lake Superior tributary. Journal of Great Lakes Research 41:1052-1059. (Great Lakes Research Center Contribution no. 25)

19. Ebel JD, Marcarelli AM, Kohler AE. 2014. Biofilm nutrient limitation, standing crop, and metabolism responses to experimental application of salmon carcass analog in Idaho streams. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71:1796-1804.

18. Marcarelli AM, Baxter CV, and Wipfli MS. 2014. Nutrient additions to mitigate for loss of Pacific salmon: consequences for stream biofilm and nutrient dynamics. Ecosphere 5:69.

17. Ray AM, Mebane CA, Raben F, Irvine KM, and Marcarelli AM. 2014. A combined macrophyte-epiphyte bioassay for assessing nutrient enrichment. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 186:4081-4096.

16. Bechtold HA, Marcarelli AM, Baxter CV, and Inouye RS. 2012. Effects of N, P and organic carbon on stream biofilm nutrient limitation and uptake in a semi-arid watershed. Limnology and Oceanography 57:1544-1554.

15. Mineau MM, Baxter CV, Marcarelli AM, and Minshall GW. 2012. An invasive riparian tree reduces stream ecosystem efficiency via a recalcitrant organic matter subsidy. Ecology 93:1501-1508.

14. Scott JT, and Marcarelli AM. 2012. Cyanobacteria in freshwater benthic environments. Pp 271-289 in: Whitton BA (ed) Ecology of the Cyanobacteria II: Their Diversity in Time and Space. Springer.

13. Hopkins JH, Marcarelli AM, and Bechtold HA. 2011. Ecosystem structure and function are complementary measures of water quality in a polluted, spring-influenced river. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 214:409-421.

12. Marcarelli AM, Baxter CV, Mineau MM, Hall RO. 2011. Quantity and quality: unifying food web and ecosystem perspectives on the role of resource subsidies in freshwaters. Ecology 92:1215-1225.

11. Mineau MM, Baxter CV, and Marcarelli AM. 2011. A non-native riparian tree (Elaeagnus angustifolia) changes nutrient dynamics in streams. Ecosystems 14:353-365.

10. Marcarelli AM, Van Kirk RW, and Baxter CV. 2010. Predicting effects of hydrologic alteration and climate change on ecosystem metabolism in a western U.S. river. Ecological Applications 20:2081-2088.

9. Marcarelli AM, and Wurtsbaugh WA. 2009. Habitat and seasonal variations in nitrogen fixation in linked stream-lake ecosystems. Biogeochemistry 94:95-110.

8. Marcarelli AM , Bechtold HA, Rugenski AT, and Inouye RS. 2009. Nutrient limitation of biofilm biomass and metabolism in the Upper Snake River basin, southeast Idaho, USA. Hydrobiologia 620:63-76.

7. Marcarelli AM, Baker MA, and Wurtsbaugh WA. 2008. Is in-stream nitrogen fixation an important nitrogen source for benthic communities and stream ecosystems? Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27:186-211.

6. Rugenski AT, Marcarelli AM, Bechtold HA, and Inouye RS. 2008. Effects of temperature and concentration on nutrient release rates from nutrient diffusing substrates. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27:52-57.

5. Marcarelli AM, and Wurtsbaugh WA. 2007. Effects of upstream lakes and nutrient limitation on periphytic biomass and nitrogen fixation in oligotrophic, subalpine streams. Freshwater Biology 52:2211-2225.

4. Myers AK, Marcarelli AM, Arp CD, Baker MA, and Wurtsbaugh WA. 2007. Disruptions of stream sediment size and stability by lakes in mountain watersheds: potential effects on periphyton biomass. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26:390-400.

3. Marcarelli AM, and Wurtsbaugh WA. 2006. Temperature and nutrient supply interact to control nitrogen fixation in oligotrophic streams: an experimental examination. Limnology and Oceanography 51:2278-2289.

2. Marcarelli AM, Wurtsbaugh WA, and Griset O. 2006. Salinity controls plankton response to nutrient enrichment in Farmington Bay, Great Salt Lake, Utah. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63:2236-2248.

1. Hoham RW, Marcarelli AM, Rogers HS, Ragan MD, Petre BM, Ungerer MD, Barnes JM, and Francis DO. 2000. The importance of light and photoperiod in sexual reproduction and geographical distribution in the green snow alga, Chloromonas sp.-D (Chlorophyceae, Volvocales). Hydrological Processes 14:3309-3321.;2-R