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Dunson, W.A., C.J. Paradise, and R.L. Van Fleet. 1997. Patterns of water chemistry and fish occurrence in wetlands of hydric pine flatwoods. J. Freshwater Ecology. 12(4):553-565.
Kraaii, J. 1997. Synopsis of Management Techniques for Improving Fisheries Recreation in Urban Playa Lakes. In Proceedings of the Playa Basin Symposium, eds. L.V. Urban and A.W. Wyatt, pp. 285-290. May, 1994, Texas Tech. University, Lubbock, Texas. http://www.lib.ttu.edu/playa/text94/playa30.htm
Hart, R.and J.R. Newman. 1995. The Importance of Isolated Wetlands to Fish and Wildlife in Florida. Final Project Report. NG88-102. Nongame Wildlife Program, Florida Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission. Tallahassee, FL. 145 pp.
Hoover, J.J. and K.J. Killgore. 1998. Fish Communities. Pages 237-260 in M.G. Messina and W.H. Conner, Editors. Southern Forested Wetlands: Ecology and Management. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, FL. 616 pp.
Magnuson, J.J., C.A. Paszkowski, F.J. Rahel, and W.M. Tonn. 1989. Fish Ecology in Severe Environments of Small Isolated Lakes in Northern Wisconsin. Pages 487-515 in: R.R. Sharitz and J.W. Gibbons, Editors. Freshwater Wetlands and Wildlife. U.S. Office of Health and Environmental Research, Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Washington, DC. 1265 pp.
Meffe, G.K. 1989. Fish Utilization of Springs and Ciéngas in the Arid Southwest. Pages 475-485 in: R.R. Sharitz and J.W. Gibbons, Editors. Freshwater Wetlands and Wildlife, March 24-27, 1986, Charleston, SC. U.S. Office of Health and Environmental Research, Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Washington, DC. 1265 pp.
Payer, R.D. 1977. Estimate of production by a population of fathead minnows in a South Dakota prairie wetland. M.S. thesis, South Dakota St. Univ., Brookings.
Peterka, J.J. 1989. Fishes in Northern Prairie Wetlands. Pages 302-315 in: A. van der Valk, Editor. Northern Prairie Wetlands. Iowa State University, Ames, IA. 400 pp.
Pezold, Frank. 1998. Fish Diversity in an Isolated Artificial Wetland. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 13(2): 171--179.
Snodgrass, J.W. 1997. Temporal and spatial dynamics of beaver-created patches as influenced by management practices in a southeastern North American landscape. J. Applied Ecology. 34:1043-1056.
Snodgrass, J.W., A.L. Bryan, Jr., R.F. Lide, and G.M. Smith. 1996. Factors affecting the occurrence and structure of fish assemblages in isolated wetlands of the upper coastal plain, U.S.A. Canadian J. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 53:443-454.
Snodgrass, J.W. and G.K. Meffe. 1998. Influence of beavers on stream fish assemblages: effects of pond age and watershed position. Ecology. 79(3):928-942.
Snodgrass, J.W. and G.K. Meffe. 1999. Habitat use and temporal dynamics of blackwater stream fishes in and adjacent to beaver ponds. Copeia. 1999(3):628-639.
Snodgrass, J.W., C.H.Jagoe, A.L. Bryan, Jr., H.A. Brant, and J. Burger. In Press(b). Effects of trophic status and wetland morphology, hydroperiod, and water chemistry on mercury concentrations in fish. Canadian J. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 30 pp.
Snodgrass, J.W. 1999. Measurement of Colonization of a Carolina Bay by Fishes. Unpublished data presented at Wetland Bioremediation Conference, Salt Lake City, UT, November 1999. 5 pp.