16. Stream habitat provided by large wood at risk under drainage law

Shirey, P.D., J.B. Kenny, M.A. Brueseke, and G.A. Lamberti. 2020. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms early online

15.  Headwater streams and wetlands are critical for sustaining fish, fisheries, and ecosystem services

Colvin, S.A.R., S.M.P. Sullivan, P.D. Shirey, R.W. Colvin, K.O. Winemiller, R.M. Hughes, K.D. Fausch, D.M. Infante, J.D. Olden, K.R. Bestgen, R.J. Danehy, and L. Eby. 2019. Fisheries 44(2):73-91 doi: 10.1002/fsh.10229

14. Imperiled species policy is a critical issue for AFS

Shirey, P.D., L.H. Roulson, and T.E. Bigford. 2018. Fisheries 43(11):527-532 doi: 10.1002/fsh.10157

13. Comparative Cost and Effort of Fish Distribution Detection via Environmental DNA Analysis and Electrofishing

Evans, N.T., P.D. Shirey, J.G. Wieringa, A.R. Mahon, and G.A. Lamberti. 2017. Fisheries 42(2): 90-99. 

12.  A Shifting Tide: Recommendations for Incorporating Science Communication into Graduate Training

Hundey, E.J., J.H. Olker, C. Carreira, R.M. Daigle, A.K. Elgin, M. Finniguerra, N.J. Gownaris, N. Hayes, L. Heffner, M. Maier, N.R. Razavi, P.D. Shirey, B.B. Tolar, and E.M. Wood-Charlson. 2016. Limnology & Oceanography Bulletin 25(4): 109-116.

11. Long-term fish community response to a reach-scale stream restoration

Shirey, P.D., M.A. Brueseke, J.B. Kenny, and G.A. Lamberti. 2016. Ecology and Society 21(3):11 (13 pages). Open Access

10. Estimating species richness using environmental DNA

Olds, B.P., C.L. Jerde, M.A. Renshaw, Y. Li, N.T. Evans, C.R. Turner, K. Deiner, A.R. Mahon, M.A. Brueseke, P.D. Shirey, M.E. Pfrender, D.M. Lodge, and G.A. Lamberti. 2016. Ecology and Evolution DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2186. Available early online at

9. The face of conservation responding to a changing world

Wiederholt, R., A. Trainor, N. Michel, R., P.D. Shirey, R.R. Swaisgood, D. Tallamy, and S.C.C. Patton. 2015. Integrative Zoology 10(5): 436-452. (Contact Patrick for article)

8. Conservation opportunities across the world’s anthromes.

Martin, L.J., J.E. Quinn, E.C. Ellis, M.R. Shaw, M.A. Dorning, C.E. Kraft, L. Hallett, N. Heller, R. Hobbs, E. Law, N. Michel, M. Perring, P.D. Shirey, and R. Wiederholt. 2014.  Diversity and Distributions 20: 745-755. 

7. Commercial trade of federally listed threatened and endangered plants in the United States.

Shirey, P.D., B.N. Kunycky, D.T. Chaloner, M.A. Brueseke, and G.A. Lamberti. 2013.  Conservation Letters 6(5): 300-316.

6. Review and reinterpretation of Rio Grande silvery minnow reproductive ecology using egg biology, life history, hydrology and geomorphology information.

Medley, C.N., and P.D. Shirey. 2013.  Ecohydrology 6(3): 491-505. (Contact Patrick for article)

5. Assisted colonization under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.

Shirey, P.D., and G.A. Lamberti. 2010.  Conservation Letters 3(1): 45-52.

4. Effects of salinity on specific gravity and viability of eggs of a North American minnow (Cyprinidae).

Cowley, D.E., J.C. Alleman, R. Sallenave, R.R. McShane, and P.D. Shirey. 2009.  Scientia Marina 73(S1): 43-58.

3. Diatoms from gut contents of museum specimens of an endangered minnow suggest long-term ecological changes in the Rio Grande (US).

Shirey, P.D., D.E. Cowley, and R. Sallenave. 2008.  Journal of Paleolimnology 40(1): 263-272. (Contact Patrick for article)

2. Ecology of the Rio Grande silvery minnow (Cyprinidae: Hybognathus amarus) inferred from specimens collected in 1874.

Cowley, D.E., P.D. Shirey, and M.D. Hatch. 2006.   Reviews in Fisheries Science 14: 111-125. (Contact Patrick for article)


1. Regulate trade in rare plants.

Shirey, P.D., and G.A. Lamberti. 2011. Nature 469: 465-467. (Contact Patrick for article)


The cultural ties that bind: Tribes and endangered species conservation.

Shirey, P.D. 2016.  Tribal Business Journal 1(2):30-32.

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