John T. Finn
John T. Finn
Professor Emeritus of Environmental Conservation, University of Massachusetts
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Measures of ecosystem structure and function derived from analysis of flows
JT Finn
Journal of theoretical Biology 56 (2), 363-380, 1976
Streamflow regulation and fish community structure
MB Bain, JT Finn, HE Booke
Ecology 69 (2), 382-392, 1988
Perturbation theory and the subsidy-stress gradient
EP Odum, JT Finn, EH Franz
Bioscience 29 (6), 349-352, 1979
Remote sensing imagery for natural resources monitoring: a guide for first-time users
DS Wilkie, JT Finn
Columbia University Press, 1996
Greenway planning: developing a landscape ecological network approach
J Linehan, M Gross, J Finn
Landscape and urban planning 33 (1-3), 179-193, 1995
Flow analysis of models of the Hubbard Brook ecosystem
JT Finn
Ecology 61 (3), 562-571, 1980
Quantifying stream substrate for habitat analysis studies
MB Bain, JT Finn, HE Booke
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 5 (3B), 499-500, 1985
Propagation of cause in ecosystems
BC Patten, RW Bosserman, JT Finn, WG Cale
Systems analysis and simulation in ecology 4, 457-579, 1976
Development and validation of an estuarine biotic integrity index
LA Deegan, JT Finn, SG Ayvazian, CA Ryder-Kieffer, J Buonaccorsi
Estuaries 20, 601-617, 1997
Nitrogen loading alters seagrass ecosystem structure and support of higher trophic levels
LA Deegan, A Wright, SG Ayvazian, JT Finn, H Golden, RR Merson, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 12 (2), 193-212, 2002
Invasive grasses increase fire occurrence and frequency across US ecoregions
EJ Fusco, JT Finn, JK Balch, RC Nagy, BA Bradley
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116 (47), 23594-23599, 2019
A quantitative method for sampling riverine microhabitats by electrofishing
MB Bain, JT Finn, HE Booke
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 5 (3B), 489-493, 1985
Biological bases for mixed-species fisheries: species co-distribution in relation to environmental and biotic variables
SA Murawski, JT Finn
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 45 (10), 1720-1735, 1988
Slash-burn cultivation and mammal abundance in the Ituri Forest, Zaire
DS Wilkie, JT Finn
Biotropica, 90-99, 1990
Comparison of habitat use by estuarine fish assemblages in the Acadian and Virginian zoogeographic provinces
SG Ayvazian, LA Deegan, JT Finn
Estuaries 15, 368-383, 1992
Use of the average mutual information index in evaluating classification error and consistency
JT Finn
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 7 (4), 349-366, 1993
Biotic resistance to invasion is ubiquitous across ecosystems of the United States
EM Beaury, JT Finn, JD Corbin, V Barr, BA Bradley
Ecology Letters 23 (3), 476-482, 2020
Rapid assessment of soil erosion in the Rio Lempa Basin, Central America, using the universal soil loss equation and geographic information systems
JB Kim, P Saunders, JT Finn
Environmental Management 36, 872-885, 2005
A spatial model of land use and forest regeneration in the Ituri forest of northeastern Zaire
DS Wilkie, JT Finn
Ecological Modelling 41 (3-4), 307-323, 1988
What is “fallback”?: metrics needed to assess telemetry tag effects on anadromous fish behavior
HJ Frank, ME Mather, JM Smith, RM Muth, JT Finn, SD McCormick
Hydrobiologia 635, 237-249, 2009
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