Thomas J. Kwak

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Smith, W.E. and T.J. Kwak. 2014. A capture-recapture model of amphidromous fish dispersal. Journal of Fish Biology 84: 897-912.
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Smith, W.E. and T.J. Kwak. 2014. Otolith microchemistry of tropical diadromous fishes: spatial and migratory dynamics. Journal of Fish Biology 84: 913-928.


Archambault, J.M., W.G. Cope, and T.J. Kwak. 2014. Influence of sediment presence on freshwater mussel thermal tolerance. Freshwater Science 33: 56-65.


Archambault, J.M., W.G. Cope, and T.J. Kwak. 2014. Survival and behaviour of juvenile unionid mussels exposed to thermal stress and dewatering in the presence of a sediment temperature gradient. Freshwater Biology 59: 601-613.


Fisk, J.M. II, T.J. Kwak, and R.J. Heise. 2014. Modelling riverine habitat for robust redhorse: assessment for reintroduction of an imperilled species. Fisheries Management and Ecology 21: 57-67.


Garner, A.B., T.J. Kwak, K.L. Manuel, and D.H. Barwick. 2013. High-density grass carp stocking effects on a reservoir invasive plant and water quality. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management 51: 27-33.


Weaver, D.M. and T.J. Kwak. 2013. Assessing effects of stocked trout on nongame fish assemblages in southern Appalachian Mountain streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142: 1495-1507.


Archambault, J.M., W.G. Cope, and T.J. Kwak. 2013. Burrowing, byssus, and biomarkers: behavioral and physiological indicators of sublethal thermal stress in freshwater mussels (Unionidae). Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 46: 229-250.


Heise, R.J., W.G. Cope, T.J. Kwak, and C.B. Eads. 2013. Short-term effects of small dam removal on a freshwater mussel assemblage. Walkerana: Journal of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society 16: 41-52.


Cooney, P.B. and T.J. Kwak. 2013. Spatial extent and dynamics of dam impacts on tropical island freshwater fish assemblages. BioScience 63: 176-190.
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Fisk, J.M. II, T.J. Kwak, R.J. Heise, and F.W. Sessions. 2013. Redd dewatering effects on hatching and larval survival of the robust redhorse. River Research and Applications 29: 574-581.


Kwak, T.J. 2012. Fisheries indicators, freshwater. Pages 130-135 in D. Fogel, S. Frederick, L. Harrington, and I. Spellerberg, editors. Measurements, indicators, and research methods for sustainability. Encyclopedia of sustainability, volume 6. Berkshire Publishing, Great Barrington, Massachusetts.
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Mosher, S., W.G. Cope, F.X. Weber, T.J. Kwak, and D. Shea. 2012. Assessing accumulation and sublethal effects of lead in a unionid mussel. Walkerana: Journal of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society 15: 60-68.


Pandolfo, T.J., T.J. Kwak, and W.G. Cope. 2012. Thermal tolerances of freshwater mussels and their host fishes: species interactions in a changing climate. Walkerana: Journal of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society 15: 69-82.


Mosher, S., W.G. Cope, F.X. Weber, D. Shea, and T.J. Kwak. 2012. Effects of lead on Na+, K+-ATPase and hemolymph ion concentrations in the freshwater mussel Elliptio complanata. Environmental Toxicology 27: 268-276.


Kwak, T.J., M.T. Porath, P.H. Michaletz, and V.H. Travnichek. 2011. Catfish science: status and trends in the 21st century. Pages 755-780 in P.H. Michaletz and V.H. Travnichek, editors. Conservation, ecology, and management of catfish: the second international symposium. American Fisheries Society Symposium 77, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Wallace, B.C., D.M. Weaver, and T.J. Kwak. 2011. Efficiency of baited hoop nets for sampling catfish in southeastern U.S. small impoundments. Pages 581-588 in P.H. Michaletz and V.H. Travnichek, editors. Conservation, ecology, and management of catfish: the second international symposium. American Fisheries Society Symposium 77, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Baumann, J.R. and T.J. Kwak. 2011. Trophic relations of introduced flathead catfish in an Atlantic river. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140: 1120-1134.


Quinn, J.W. and T.J. Kwak. 2011. Movement and survival of brown trout and rainbow trout in an Ozark tailwater river. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 31: 299-304.


Cope, W.G., F.M. Holliman, T.J. Kwak, N.C. Oakley, P.R. Lazaro, D. Shea, T. Augspurger, J.M. Law, J.P. Henne, and K.M. Ware. 2011. Assessing water quality suitability for shortnose sturgeon in the Roanoke River, North Carolina, USA with an in situ bioassay approach. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 27: 1-12.


Cooney, P.B. and T.J. Kwak. 2010. Development of standard weight equations for Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico amphidromous fishes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30: 1203-1209.


Kwak, T.J. and M.C. Freeman. 2010. Assessment and management of ecological integrity. Pages 353-394 in W.A. Hubert and M.C. Quist, editors. Inland fisheries management in North America, third edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Craven, S.W., J.T. Peterson, M.C. Freeman, T.J. Kwak, and E. Irwin. 2010. 
Modeling the relations between flow regime components, species traits, and spawning success of fishes in warmwater streams. Environmental Management 46: 181-194.


Midway, S.R., T.J. Kwak, and D.D. Aday. 2010. Habitat suitability of the Carolina madtom, an imperiled, endemic stream fish. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139: 325-338.


Midway, S.R., D.D. Aday, T.J. Kwak, and K. Gross. 2010. Cover preference of the Carolina madtom (Noturus furiosus), an imperiled, endemic southeastern stream fish. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 25: 151-154.


Neal, J.W., C.G. Lilyestrom, and T.J. Kwak. 2009. Factors influencing tropical island freshwater fishes: species, status, and management implications in Puerto Rico. Fisheries 34(11): 546-554.


Hewitt, A.H., T.J. Kwak, W.G. Cope, and K.H. Pollock. 2009. Population density and instream habitat suitability of the endangered Cape Fear shiner. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138: 1439-1457.


Berkson, J., K.M. Hunt, J.C. Whitehead, D.J. Murie, T.J. Kwak, and J. Boreman. 2009. Is there a shortage of fisheries stock assessment scientists? Fisheries 34(5): 217-219.

Holliman, F.M., D. Davis, A.E. Bogan, T.J. Kwak, W.G. Cope, and J.F. Levine. 2008. Magnetic resonance imaging of live freshwater mussels (Unionidae). Invertebrate Biology 127: 396-402.


Holliman, F.M., T.J. Kwak, W.G. Cope, and J.F. Levine. 2007. Exposure of unionid mussels to electric current: assessing risks associated with electrofishing. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136: 1593-1606.


Kwak, T.J. and J.T. Peterson.  2007.  Community indices, parameters, and comparisons. Pages 677-763 in C.S. Guy and M.L. Brown, editors. Analysis and interpretation of freshwater fisheries data. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Hayes, D.B., J.R. Bence, T.J. Kwak, and B.E. Thompson. 2007. Abundance, biomass, and production estimation. Pages 327-374 in C.S. Guy and M.L. Brown, editors. Analysis and interpretation of freshwater fisheries data. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Gustafson, L., W. Showers, T. Kwak, J. Levine, and M. Stoskopf. 2007. Temporal and spatial variability in stable isotope compositions of a freshwater mussel: implications for biomonitoring and ecological studies. Oecologia 152: 140-150.


Pine, W.E, III, T.J. Kwak, and J.A. Rice. 2007. Modeling management scenarios and the effects of an introduced apex predator on a coastal riverine fish community. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136: 105-120.


Hewitt, A.H., W.G. Cope, T.J. Kwak, T. Augspurger, P.R. Lazaro, and D. Shea. 2006.
Influence of water quality and associated contaminants on survival and growth of the endangered Cape Fear shiner (Notropis mekistocholas). Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry 25: 2288-2298.


Kwak, T.J., W.E. Pine, III, and D.S. Waters. 2006. Age, growth, and mortality of introduced flathead catfish in Atlantic rivers and a review of other populations. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26: 73-87.


Kwak, T.J. and F.J. Margraf. 2006. Fisheries employment in Cooperative Research Units: where agency meets academia. Pages 109-121 in D.A. Hewitt, W.E. Pine, III, and A.V. Zale, editors. The American Fisheries Society guide to fisheries employment, second edition. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
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Brown J.J., J. Perillo, T.J. Kwak, and R.J. Horwitz. 2005. Implications of Pylodictis olivaris (flathead catfish) introduction into the Delaware and Susquehanna drainages. Northeastern Naturalist 12: 473-484.


Bringolf, R.B., T.J. Kwak, W.G. Cope, and M.S. Larimore. 2005. Salinity tolerance of flathead catfish: implications for dispersal of introduced populations. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134: 927-936.


Pine, W.E, III, T.J. Kwak, D.S. Waters, and J.A. Rice. 2005. Diet selectivity of introduced flathead catfish in coastal rivers. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134: 901-909.


Radwell A.J. and T.J. Kwak. 2005. Assessing ecological integrity of Ozark rivers to determine suitability for protective status. Environmental Management 35: 799-810.
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Heltsley, R.M., W.G. Cope, D. Shea, R.B. Bringolf, T.J. Kwak, and E.G. Malindzak. 2005. Assessing organic contaminants in fish: comparison of a non-lethal tissue sampling technique to mobile and stationary passive sampling devices. Environmental Science and Technology 39: 7601-7608.


Gustafson, L.L., M.K. Stoskopf, A.E. Bogan, W. Showers, T.J. Kwak, S. Hanlon, and J.F. Levine. 2005. Evaluation of a nonlethal technique for hemolymph collection in Elliptio complanata, a freshwater bivalve (Mollusca: Unionidae). Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 65: 159-165.


Gustafson, L.L., M.K. Stoskopf, W. Showers, G. Cope, C. Eads, R. Linnehan, T.J. Kwak, B. Andersen, and J.F. Levine. 2005. Reference ranges for hemolymph chemistries from Elliptio complanata of North Carolina. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 65: 167-176.


Barwick, R.D., T.J. Kwak, R.L. Noble, and D.H. Barwick. 2004. Fish populations associated with habitat-modified piers and natural woody debris in Piedmont Carolina reservoirs. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24: 1120-1133.


Waters, D.S., T.J. Kwak, J.B. Arnott, and W.E. Pine. 2004. Evaluation of stomach tubes and gastric lavage for sampling diets from blue catfish and flathead catfish. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24: 258-261.


Pine, W.E., K.H. Pollock, J.E. Hightower, T.J. Kwak, and J.A. Rice. 2003. A review of tagging methods for estimating fish population size and components of mortality. Fisheries 28(10): 10-23.


Holliman, F.M., J.B. Reynolds, and T.J. Kwak. 2003. A predictive risk model for electroshock-induced mortality of the endangered Cape Fear shiner. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23: 905-912.


Holliman, F.M., J.B. Reynolds, and T.J. Kwak. 2003. Electroshock-induced injury and mortality in the spotfin chub, a threatened minnow. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23: 962-966.


Quinn, J.W. and T.J. Kwak. 2003. Fish assemblage changes in an Ozark river after impoundment: a long-term perspective. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132: 110-119.


Pender, D.R. and T.J. Kwak. 2002. Factors influencing brown trout reproductive success in Ozark tailwater rivers. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 131: 698-717.


Quinn, J.W. and T.J. Kwak. 2000. Use of rehabilitated habitat by brown trout and rainbow trout in an Ozark tailwater river. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20: 737-751.


Peterson, J.T. and T.J. Kwak. 1999. Modeling the effects of land use and climate change on riverine smallmouth bass. Ecological Applications 9: 1391-1404.


Kwak, T.J. and J.B. Zedler. 1997. Food web analysis of southern California coastal wetlands using multiple stable isotopes. Oecologia 110: 262-277.


Kwak, T.J. and T.F. Waters. 1997. Trout production dynamics and water quality in Minnesota streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 126: 35-48.


Kwak, T.J. and M.G. Henry. 1995. Largemouth bass mortality and related causal factors during live-release fishing tournaments on a large Minnesota lake. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 15: 621-630.


Kwak, T.J. 1993. The Kankakee River: a case study and management recommendations for a stream diverse in habitat, fauna, and human values. Pages 123-141 in L.W. Hesse, C.B. Stalnaker, N.G. Benson, and J.R. Zuboy, editors. Restoration planning for the rivers of the Mississippi River ecosystem. U.S. National Biological Survey Biological Report 19. Washington, DC.


Waters, T.F., J.P. Kaehler, T.J. Polomis, and T.J. Kwak. 1993. Production dynamics of smallmouth bass in a small Minnesota stream. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 122: 588-598.


Kwak, T.J. 1992. Modular microcomputer software to estimate fish population parameters, production rates and associated variance. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 1: 73-75.


Kwak, T.J., M.J. Wiley, L.L. Osborne, and R.W. Larimore. 1992. The application of diel feeding chronology to habitat suitability analysis of warmwater stream fishes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 49: 1417-1430.


Kwak, T.J. and T.M. Skelly. 1992. Spawning habitat, behavior, and morphology as isolating mechanisms of the golden redhorse, Moxostoma erythrurum, and the black redhorse, M. duquesnei, two syntopic fishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 34: 127-137.


Kwak, T.J. 1991. Ecological characteristics of a northern population of the pallid shiner. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 120: 106-115.


Kwak, T.J. 1988. Lateral movement and use of floodplain habitat by fishes of the Kankakee River, Illinois. American Midland Naturalist 120: 241-249.




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