Anya Nova Metcalfe
Anya Nova Metcalfe
Ecologist, Grand Canyon Monitoring & Research Center, United States Geological Survey
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Citizen science terminology matters: Exploring key terms
MV Eitzel, JL Cappadonna, C Santos-Lang, RE Duerr, A Virapongse, ...
Citizen Science: Theory and Practice 2 (1), 2017
Flow management for hydropower extirpates aquatic insects, undermining river food webs
TA Kennedy, JD Muehlbauer, CB Yackulic, DA Lytle, SW Miller, KL Dibble, ...
BioScience 66 (7), 561-575, 2016
The application of metacommunity theory to the management of riverine ecosystems
CJ Patrick, KE Anderson, BL Brown, CP Hawkins, A Metcalfe, P Saffarinia, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 8 (6), e1557, 2021
A spatially-explicit, individual-based demogenetic simulation framework for evaluating hybridization dynamics
LR Nathan, N Mamoozadeh, HR Tumas, S Gunselman, K Klass, ...
Ecological Modelling 401, 40-51, 2019
Applied citizen science in freshwater research
AN Metcalfe, TA Kennedy, GA Mendez, JD Muehlbauer
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 9 (2), e1578, 2022
Net‐spinning caddisfly distribution in large regulated rivers
AN Metcalfe, JD Muehlbauer, TA Kennedy, CB Yackulic, KL Dibble, ...
Freshwater Biology 66 (1), 89-101, 2021
Spatial population structure of a widespread aquatic insect in the Colorado River Basin: Evidence for a Hydropsyche oslari species complex
AN Metcalfe, TA Kennedy, JC Marks, AD Smith, JD Muehlbauer
Freshwater Science 39 (2), 309-320, 2020
Phenology of the adult angel lichen moth (Cisthene angelus) in Grand Canyon, USA
AN Metcalfe, TA Kennedy, JD Muehlbauer
The Southwestern Naturalist 61 (3), 233-240, 2016
Bug flows: Don’t count your midges until they hatch
A Metcalfe, J Muehlbauer, M Ford, T Kennedy
Boatman’s Quarterly Review 32 (4), 8-11, 2020
Aquatic Insect Distribution in the Colorado River Basin
AN Metcalfe
Northern Arizona University, 2018
Taxonomic identity, biodiversity, and antecedent disturbances shape the dimensional stability of stream invertebrates
DC Allen, BA Gill, A Metcalfe, S Bonjour, S Starr, J Wang, D Valentin, ...
Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 2023
Insectivorous bat foraging tracks the availability of aquatic flies (Diptera)
AN Metcalfe, CA Fritzinger, TJ Weller, MJ Dodrill, JD Muehlbauer, ...
The Journal of Wildlife Management, e22414, 2023
David Ernest Ruiter (February 2, 1948 to February 4, 2021)
B Gerth, J Giersch, C Kerst, J Lee, A Metcalfe, A Orfinger, T Ruiter, ...
The Pan-Pacific Entomologist 99 (1), 1-21, 2023
Colorado River Basin
AN Metcalfe, JD Muehlbauer, MA Ford, TA Kennedy
Rivers of North America, 462-509, 2023
Proceedings of the Fiscal Year 2022 Annual Reporting Meeting to the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program
D Topping, P Grams, EC Palmquist, JB Sankey, HC Fairley, B Deemer, ...
Annual Reporting Meeting to the Glen Canyon Dam Adaptive Management Program …, 2023
Citizen scientists shed light on aquatic foodwebs in Grand Canyon, USA
A Metcalfe, TA Kennedy
AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 2022, H13H-03, 2022
The Grand Caddis hatch of JASM 2022: Trichoptera natural history observations at the Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting in Grand Rapids, Michigan (USA)
AN Metcalfe, AL Kurthen, JW Freedman, AB Orfinger
Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 31 (4), 101-106, 2022
Little bugs, big data, and Colorado River adaptive management: Preliminary findings from the ongoing bug flow experiment at Glen Canyon Dam
T Kennedy, A Metcalfe, B Deemer, M Ford, CM Szydlo, C Yackulic, ...
Boatman's Quarterly Review 35 (3), 26-31, 2022
Damming determines caddisfly distribution in a large river basin
A Metcalfe, JD Muehlbauer, TA Kennedy, CB Yackulic, JC Marks
2020 ESA Annual Meeting (August 3-6), 2020
Angel lichen moth abundance and morphology data
A Metcalfe, TA Kennedy, JD Muehlbauer
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