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Thesis and Dissertation Projects (alphabetical order)

Beland, M. A. 2003. Holocene vegetation dynamics of an upper St. Lawrence River coastal wetland and surrounding uplands: effects of climate change and anthropogenic disturbance. Master’s Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Bosworth, A. 2003. Northern pike spawning strategy in the upper St. Lawrence River: empirical evidence using tagging and microsatellite markers. Master’s Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Clapsadl, M. 1993. An examination of habitat characteristics influencing the survival of stocked muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) in four St. Lawrence River embayments. Master's Thesis, State University of New York , College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Connerton, M. A. 2003. Double crested cormorant predation on northern pike in the Eastern basin of Lake Ontario and the upper St. Lawrence River . Master’s Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Cooper, J. E. 2000. Comparative development and ecology of northern pike (Esox Lucius) and muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) eggs and larvae in the upper St. Lawrence River and the implications of changes in the historical spawning habitat. Doctoral Thesis, State University of New York , College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Eckerlin, G. E.  2009.  Viral haemorrhagic septicaemia virus type VIb among Smallmouth Bass Micropterus dolomieu (Lacepède) in the St. Lawrence River: An invasive Species mediated pathogen?  Master’s Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Farrell, J. M. 1998.  Population ecology of sympatric age-0 northern pike and muskellunge in the St. Lawrence River.  Doctoral Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Farrell, J. M. 1991. Spawning ecology of sympatric northern pike and muskellunge in the St. Lawrence River. Master's Thesis, State University of New York , College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Hughes, M. J. 1987. The trophic ecology and community structure of fishes in the littoral zone of the St. Lawrence River, New York. Master’s Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Jensen, H. 2004.  Herpetofaunal interactions with wetland vegetation as mediated by regulation of St. Lawrence River water levels.  Master’s Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Jonckhere, B. V. 1994. Production and survival of juvenile muskellunge in the St. Lawrence River and habitat characteristics influencing their distribution. Master's Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Kelder, B. 2008.   Walleye spawning habitat in tributaries of Eastern Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. Master’s Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Knutson, M.G. 1991. Evaluation of small islands and shoals for conservation based on biological and aesthetic criteria. Master's Thesis, State University of New York , College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Kruse, M. R. 1985. Population ecology of esocids in the St. Lawrence River . Master's Thesis, State University of New York , College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

LaPan, S. R. 1985. Spawning and early life history of muskellunge and northern pike in the St. Lawrence River . Master's Thesis, State University of New York , College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Marean, J. 1976. The influence of physical, chemical, and biological characteristics of wetlands on their use by northern pike. Master's Thesis, State University of New York , College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Murry, B. A.  2006.   Community Ecology of Fishes in a Large River Ecosystem.  Doctoral Dissertation, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Rehm, E. M.  2006.  Factors Affecting Marsh Bird Abundance and Species Richness of Wetland Birds in New York. Master's Thesis, State University of New York , College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Smith, B. M. 2000. Year-class formation of St. Lawrence River northern pike. Master’s Thesis, State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, New York.

Toner  J. A.  2006.   Muskrat house abundance and cattail use in upper St. Lawrence River tributary wetlands: modeling the effects of water level regulation.  MS Thesis, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY.

Woodside, K. 2009.  Development and application of models predicting young-of-the-year muskellunge presence and abundance from nursery features. Master’s Thesis, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Syracuse, NY.

Journal Publications (Chronological order)

Knutson, M.G., D.J. Leopold, and R.C. Smardon. 1993. Selecting islands and shoals for conservation based on biological and aesthetic criteria. Environmental Management 17:199-210.

Farrell, J. M., R. G. Werner, S. R. LaPan, and K. A. Claypoole. 1996. Egg distribution and spawning habitat of northern pike and muskellunge in a St. Lawrence River marsh, New York . Transactions of the Am erica n Fisheries Society 125:127-131.

Werner, R. G., B. Jonchkere, M. Clapsadl, and J. M. Farrell. 1996. A bioenergetic exploration of piscivory and planktivory during early life history of two species of freshwater fishes. Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 47:113-121.

Werner, R. G., R Klindt, and B. V. Jonckhere. 1996. Vegetative characteristics of muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) spawning and nursery habitat in the 1000 Islands section of the St. Lawrence River . GreatLakes Research Review 2: 29-35.

Farrell, J. M., and R. G. Werner. 1999. Distribution, abundance, and survival of age-0 muskellunge in upper St. Lawrence River nursery bays. North America n Journal of Fisheries Management 19:310-321.

Farrell, J. M. 2001. Reproductive success of sympatric northern pike and muskellunge in an upper St. Lawrence River bay. Transactions of the America n Fisheries Society 130:796-808.

Farrell, J. M., J. V. Mead, and B. A. Murry.  2006.  Protracted spawning of St. Lawrence River northern pike (Esox lucius): simulated effects on survival, growth, and production.  Ecology of Freshwater Fish 15:169-179.

Bosworth, A., and J. M. Farrell.  2006.  Genetic divergence among northern pike from spawning locations in the Upper St. Lawrence River.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26:676-684.

Murry, B. A., J. M. Farrell, P. Smyntek, and M. Teece.  2006.  Effect of lipid extraction on the interpretation of fish community trophic relationships determined by stable carbon and nitrogen isotopes.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63:2167-2172.

Farrell, J. M., R. M. Klindt, J. M. Casselman, S. R. LaPan, R. G. Werner, and A. Schiavone.  2007.  Development, implementation, and evaluation of an international muskellunge management strategy for the upper St. Lawrence River.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 79:111-123.

Murry, B. A., and J. M. Farrell.  2007.  Quantification of native muskellunge nursery: influence of body size, fish community composition, and vegetation structure.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 79:37-47.

Rehm, E. M., and G.A. Baldassarre. 2007. Temporal variation in detection of marsh birds using broadcast of conspecific calls. Journal of Field Ornithology 78:1-8.

Rehm, E. M., and G.A. Baldassarre. 2007. The influence of interspersion on marsh bird abundance in New York. Wilson Journal of Ornithology 119:650-656.

Smith, B. V., J. M. Farrell, H. B. Underwood, and  S. Smith.  2007.  Year class strength of St. Lawrence River northern pike.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:481-491.

Farrell, J. M., C. Skov and A. P. Nilsson.  2008.  Preface to an International Pike Symposium: Merging Knowledge of Ecology, Biology, and Management for a Circumpolar Species. Hydrobiologia 601:1-3.

Murry, B. A., J. M. Farrell, M. K. Schulz, and M. Teece. 2008.  The effect of egg size and nutrient content on larval performance: implications to protracted spawning in northern pike (Esox lucius Linnaeus, 1758). Hydrobiologia 601:71-82.

Cooper, J.E., J.V. Mead, J. M. Farrell, and R. G. Werner.  2008. Coexistence of pike (Esox lucius) and muskellunge  (E.masquinongy) during early life and the implications of habitat change.  Hydrobiologia 601:41-53.

Nilsson, C. Skov, and J. M. Farrell.  2008.  Current and future directions for pike ecology and management: a summary and synthesis.  Hydrobiologia 601:137-141.

Kelder, B. F., and J. M. Farrell.  2009.  A spatially explicit model to predict walleye spawning in an eastern Lake Ontario tributary.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:1686–1697.

J. Toner, J. M. Farrell, and J. V. Mead.  2010.  Muskrat abundance responses to water-level regulation within freshwater coastal wetlands. Wetlands 30:211-219.

Farrell, J. M., B. A. Murry, D. J. Leopold, A. Halpern, M. Rippke, K. S. Godwin, and S. D. Hafner. 2010  Water-level regulation and coastal wetland vegetation in the upper St. Lawrence River: inferences from historical aerial imagery, seed banks, and Typha dynamics. Hydrobiologia 647:127–144.

Farrell, J. M., K. T. Holeck, E. L. Mills, C. E. Hoffman, and V. J. Patil. 2010.  Recent Ecological Trends in Lower Trophic Levels of the International Section of the St. Lawrence River: A Comparison of the 1970s to the 2000s. Hydrobiologia 647:21–33.

Marty, J.E., M. R. Twiss, J. J. Ridal, Y. de Lafontaine, and J. M. Farrell.  2010.  From the Great Lakes flows a Great River: Overview of the St. Lawrence River Ecology supplement.  Hydrobiologia 647:1-5.

Rippke, M. B., M. T. Distler, and J. M. Farrell. 2010. Post-glacial vegetation dynamics of an upper St. Lawrence River coastal wetland: Paleoecological evidence for a recent historic increase in cattail (Typha). Wetlands 30:805-816.

Eckerlin G. E., Farrell J. M., Casey R, Hope K, Bowser P, Casey J, and Groocock G.  2011.  Temporal variation in incidence of viral haemorrhagic septicaemia virus type IVb among smallmouth bass Micropterus dolomieu (Lacepède) in the St. Lawrence River.  Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140:529–536.

Kapuscinski, K. L., J. M. Farrell, and M. A. Wilkinson. 2012.  First Report of Abundant Rudd Populations in North America.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32(1):82-86.

Kapuscinski, K. L., J. M. Farrell, and M. A. Wilkinson. 2012.  Feeding patterns and population structure of an invasive cyprinid, the rudd Scardinius erythrophthalmus (Cypriniformes, Cyprinidae), in Buffalo Harbor (Lake Erie) and the upper Niagara River.  Hydrobiologia 693(1):169-181.

Kapuscinski, K. L., J. M. Farrell, and B. A. Murry.  2012.  Feeding strategies and diets of young-of-the-year muskellunge from two large river ecosystems.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32:635-647.

Crane, D.C., and J. M. Farrell. 2013. Spawning substrate size, shape, and siltation influence walleye egg retention.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:329–337.

Kapuscinski, K. L, J. M. Farrell, and M. A. Wilkinson. 2013. Trends in the muskellunge (Esox masquinongy) population and fishery of the Buffalo Harbor (Lake Erie) and upper Niagara River. Journal of Great Lakes Research http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jgr.2012.11.006.

Kapuscinski, K. L, and J. M. Farrell.  2013.  Habitat factors influencing fish assemblages at muskellunge nursery sites.  Journal of Great Lakes Research http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jglr.2012.11.007.

 

Other publications/proceedings

Farrell, J. M. 1996. Natural reproductive success of sympatric esocids and the contribution of stocking to fall age-0 muskellunge abundance in a shared embayment in the upper St. Lawrence River, New York. Esocid Management and Culture, Proceedings of the Northeastern Division American Fisheries Society Warmwater Workshop. Pp 1-16.

Farrell, J. M., and R. G. Werner. 1996. Contribution of natural reproduction and stocking to fall age-0 muskellunge abundance in Rose Bay, St. Lawrence River. Pages 99-104. In: Kerr, S. J., and C. H. Olver (eds). Managing Muskies in the 90's Workshop Proceedings WP-007. Southern Region Science and Technology Transfer Unit, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Kemptville, Ontario. 169 p.

LaPan, S. R., A. Schiavone, and R. G. Werner. 1996. Spawning and post-spawning movements of the St. Lawrence River muskellunge (Esox masquinongy). Pages 73-82. In: Kerr, S. J., and C. H. Olver (eds.). Managing Muskies in the 90’s. Workshop Proceedings WP-007. Southern Region Science and Technology Transfer Unit, Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Kemptville, Ontario. 169 p.

Farrell, J. M. 2003. The upper St. Lawrence River: linkages between habitats and fisheries. Clearwaters 33(3) 20-22.

Toner, J. A, and J. M. Farrell. 2003. Muskrats as ecosystem engineers in freshwater wetlands. Ripple Effects 6:3.

Halpern, A.D., J. M. Farrell, J. A. Toner, M. Beland, B. A. Murry, and D. J. Leopold. 2003. Can water-level control structures restore function and diversity of wetlands? Ecological Restoration 21(4): 317-318.

Farrell. J.M. 2009. Research at Governors Island.  Thousand Islands Life Magazine.  March 2009. www.thousandislandslife.com.

Farrell, J. M and M. T. Distler.  2012. Coastal Wetland Integrity in the Upper St. Lawrence River: Status and Considerations for Restoration and Enhancement.  Great Lakes Research Review Volume 8 (2012).

 


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