Adam Sepulveda's Publications
Sepulveda, A.J., M. Layhee, D. Stagliano, J. Chaffin, A. Begley, and B. Maxell. (Aquatic invasions, in review). The spread and occupancy of American bullfrogs in the Yellowstone River floodplain.
Layhee, M.J., A.J. Sepulveda, A. Shaw, M. Smukall, K. Kapperman and A. Reyes (North American Journal of Fisheries Management, in review). Effects of an electric barrier on juvenile and adult rainbow trout: target and nontarget applications.
Ray, A., A. Sepulveda, B. Hossack, D. Patla, D. Thoma, and R. Al-Chokhachy. (Yellowstone Science, in review). Monitoring Yellowstone’s wetlands: can long-term monitoring help us understand their future?
Layhee, M.J., M. Yoshioka, B. Farokhkish, J.Gross, A. Sepulveda. (Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management, accepted). Toxicity of a traditional molluscicide to Asian clam veligers.
Sepulveda, A. J., Rutz, D. S., Dupuis, A. W., Shields, P. A. and Dunker, K. J. (2014), Introduced northern pike consumption of salmonids in Southcentral Alaska. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. doi: 10.1111/eff.12164
Olson, D., A. Foster, D. Pilliod, A. Sepulveda and K. Honeycutt. Giants of the Pacific Northwest. 2014. Salamander News 5: 8-9.
Sepulveda, A.J., J. Sechrist, L.Marczak. 2014. Testing ecological tradeoffs of a new tool for removing fine sediment in a spring-fed stream. Ecological Restoration. 32(1): 68-77.
Abbey-Lambertz, M., A. Ray, M. Layhee, C. Densmore, A. Sepulveda, J. Gross, B. Watten. 2014. Suppressing invasive bullfrogs with carbon dioxide. Journal of Herpetology 48(1): 59-66.
Goldberg, C.S., A. Sepulveda, A. Ray, J. Baumgardt, and L. Waits. 2013. Environmental DNA as a new method for early detection of New Zealand mudsnails (Potamopyrgus antipodarum). Freshwater Science 32: 792-800.
Sepulveda, A.J., D.S. Rutz, S.S. Ivey, K.J. Dunker, and J. Gross. 2013. Introduced Northern pike predation on salmonids in Southcentral Alaska. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 22: 268-279.
Sepulveda, A. et al. 2012. An alternative approach to aquatic invasive species: lesson from cancer research and treatment. American Scientist. 100: 234-239.
Sepulveda, A.J., W.H. Lowe, P. Marra. 2012. Using stable isotopes to test for trophic niche partitioning: a case study with stream salamanders and fish. Freshwater Biology 57: 1399-1409.
Sepulveda, A.J. and L. Marczak. 2012. Active dispersal of an aquatic invader determined by resource and flow conditions. Biological Invasions 14: 1201-1209.
Sepulveda, A.J. and W.H. Lowe. 2011. Coexistence in streams: do source-sink dynamics allow salamanders to persist with fish predators. Oecologia 166: 1043-1054.
Mullen, L., H. Woods, M. Schwartz, A. Sepulveda, and W. Lowe. 2010. Scale-dependent structure of the Idaho giant salamander (Dicamptodon aterrimus) in stream networks. Molecular Ecology 19: 898-909.
Sepulveda, A.J. and W.H. Lowe. 2009. Influences of stream network connectivity and habitat quality on the distribution and abundance of Idaho Giant Salamanders, Dicamptodon aterrimus. Journal of Herpetology 43: 469-484.
Sepulveda, A.J., W. Colyer, W. H. Lowe, and M. Vincent. 2009. Using stable isotope analysis to identify fluvial and resident Bonneville cutthroat trout in the Bear River watershed. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 66: 672-682.
Sepulveda, A.J. and W. Colyer. The importance of multiple life-history strategies to population persistence of Bonneville cutthroat trout in the Bear River watershed. Wild Trout IX, October 2007, West Yellowstone, MT.
Nislow, K.H., A.J. Sepulveda, C.L. Folt. 2004. Mechanistic linkage of hydrologic regime
to summer growth of age-0 Atlantic salmon. Transactions of American Fisheries Society 133: 79-88.