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Naman, S.M., Rosenfeld, J.S., Neuswanger, J.R., Enders, E.C., and Eaton, B.C. 2019. Comparing correlative and bioenergetics‐ based habitat suitability models for drift‐feeding fishes Freshwater Biology 64 (9), 1613-1626

Rosenfeld, J.S. and Naman, S.M. 2019. A simple method for sampling invertebrate drift in large rivers and boulder‐bed streams. River Research and Applications 35 (4), 442-447

SM Naman, JS Rosenfeld, PM Kiffney, JS Richardson. 2018. The energetic consequences of habitat structure for forest stream salmonids Journal of Animal Ecology 87 (5), 1383-1394

Champion, M.C., Rosenfeld, J.S., Shadwick, R. 2018. Effects of water velocity and substrate composition on foraging efficiency of an          endangered benthic cyprinid, Nooksack dace (Rhinichthys cataractae subsp. cataractae).  Hydrobiologia 805:231–243

Rosenfeld, J.S. 2017. Developing flow-ecology relationships: implications of non-linear biological responses for water management.              Freshwater Biology 63:1305-1324

Rosenfeld, J.S. and Ptolemy, R.  2017. Trade-offs and the importance of separating science and values in environmental flow assessment.       Canadian Water Resources Journal 42:88-96

Naman S.M., Rosenfeld J.S., Richardson J.S., Way J.L. 2017. Species traits and habitat architecture mediate flow disturbance impacts on      invertebrate drift. Freshwater Biology 340-355

Allen, D.W.*, Rosenfeld, J.S., and Richards, J. 2016. Physiological basis of metabolic tradeoffs between growth and performance among      different strains of rainbow trout. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73: 1493-1506

Eaton, B., and Rosenfeld, J.S. 2016. Mechanisms of flow and sediment transport in fluvial ecosystems: physical and ecological                     consequences. (Book Chapter) In E.A. Johnson and Y.E. Martin.  Ecosystems: A Biogeoscience Approach. Cambridge University Press.

Rosenfeld, J.S., Beecher, H., and Ptolemy, R. 2016. Developing bioenergetic-based habitat suitability curves to improve the biological           accuracy of instream flow models. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36:1205-1219

Naman, S.*, Rosenfeld, J.S., and Richardson, J. 2016.  Causes and consequences of invertebrate drift in running waters: from individuals      to populations and trophic fluxes.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73: 1292-1305

Leduc, A.O.H.C., da Silva, E.M., and Rosenfeld J.S. 2015. Effects of species vs. functional diversity: Understanding the roles of                     complementarity and competition on ecosystem function in a tropical stream fish assemblage. Ecological Indicators 48: 627-635

Rosenfeld, J.S., Van Leeuwen, T., Richards, J., and Allen, D. 2015. Relationship between growth and standard metabolic rate:                        measurement artefacts and implications for habitat use and life‐history adaptation in salmonids. Journal of Animal Ecology 84:4-20.

Ogston, L., Gidora, S., Foy, M. and Rosenfeld, J.S. 2014. Watershed-scale effectiveness of floodplain habitat restoration for juvenile              coho salmon in the Chilliwack River, British Columbia, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72: 479-490

McParland, D.J., Eaton, B., and Rosenfeld, J.S. 2014. At-a-station hydraulic geometry simulator. River Research and Applications. DOI:      10.1002/rra.2851

Avery-Gomm, S., Rosenfeld, J.S., Richardson, J.S. 2014. Hydrological drought and the role of refugia in an endangered riffle-dwelling          fish, Nooksack dace (Rhinichthys cataractae ssp.). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 71: 1625-1634.

Rosenfeld, J.S. 2014. 50/500 or 100/1000? 2014. Reconciling short-and long-term recovery targets and MVPs. Biological Conservation,      176: 287-288.

Rosenfeld, J.S. 2014. Modelling the effects of habitat on self-thinning, energy equivalence, and optimal habitat structure for juvenile             trout. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 71: 1395-1406.

Rosenfeld, J.S., Bouwes, N., Wall, C.E., and Naman, S.N. 2014. Successes, failures, and opportunities in the practical application of              drift-foraging models.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 97: 551-574.

Laliberte, J.J., Post, J.R. Rosenfeld, J.S. 2013. Hydraulic geometry and longitudinal patterns of habitat quantity and quality for rainbow        trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss).  River Research and Applications DOI: 10.1002/rra.2666

Rosenfeld, J.S. and Ptolemy, R.  2012. Modelling available habitat versus available energy flux: do PHABSIM applications that neglect         prey abundance underestimate optimal flows for juvenile salmonids? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69: 1920–             1934

Velema, G.J.Rosenfeld, J.S., and Taylor, E.B. 2012. Effects of invasive American signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) on the                 reproductive behaviour of threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) sympatric species pairs. Canadian Journal of Zoology 90:           1328–1338.

Rosenfeld, J.S., Campbell, K, Leung, E.S.,Bernhardt, J., and Post, J. 2011. Habitat effects on depth and velocity frequency distributions:      implications for modelling hydraulic variation and fish habitat suitability in streams. Geomorphology131: 127-135.

Van Leeuwen, T.E., Rosenfeld, J.S., and Richards, J.G. 2012. Effects of food ration on SMR: influence of food consumption on                   individual variation in metabolic rate in juvenile coho salmon (Onchorhynchus kisutch). Journal of Animal Ecology, 81: 395-402

Van Leeuwen, T.E., Rosenfeld, J.S., and Richards, J.G. 2011. Adaptive trade-offs in juvenile salmonid metabolism associated with habitat      partitioning between coho salmon and steelhead trout in coastal streams.  Journal of Animal Ecology 80: 1012-1023.

Van Leeuwen, T.E., Rosenfeld, J.S., and Richards, J.G. 2011. Failure of physiological metrics to predict dominance in wild juvenile               salmon: habitat effects on the allometry of growth in dominance hierarchies. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences               68:1811-1818.

Ormond, C. I., Rosenfeld, J.S., and Taylor. E.B. 2011. Environmental determinants of threespine stickleback species pair evolution and       persistence. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68: 1983-1997

Rosenfeld, J.S., Hogan,D.L.,  Palm,D., Lundqvist,H, and Nilsson,C., Beechie,T. 2010. Contrasting landscape influences on                          sediment supply and stream restoration priorities in Sweden and western North America.  Environmental Management 47:28-39

Leduc, A.O.H.C., Roh, E., MacNaughton C.J.,Benz, F., and Rosenfeld, J. 2010. Ambient ph and the response to chemical alarm cues in      juvenile Atlantic salmon: mechanisms of reduced behavioral responses. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139:117–128.

Rosenfeld, J.S. and E. Raeburn. 2009. Effects of habitat and internal subsidies on juvenile coho salmon growth: implications for stream        productive capacity. Ecology of Freshwater Fishes 18: 572–584.

Leung, E. S., Rosenfeld, J.S., and Bernhardt,J.R. 2009. Habitat effects on invertebrate drift in a small trout stream: implications for prey      availability to drift-feeding fish. Hydrobiologia 623:113–125

Rosenfeld, J.S. and Taylor, J. 2009. Prey abundance, channel structure, and the allometry of growth rate potential for juvenile trout.              Fisheries Management and Ecology 16: 202–218.

Carrier, P.C., Rosenfeld, J.S., and R. Johnson. 2009. Dual‐gear approach for calibrating electric fishing capture efficiency and abundance estimates. Fisheries Management and Ecology 16: 139–146.

Naujokaitis-Lewis, R. I., Curtis J.R., Arcese, P., and Rosenfeld, J.S. 2009. Sensitivity analyses of spatial population viability analysis                models for species at risk and habitat conservation planning. Conservation Biology 23:225-229.

Rosenfeld, J.S., Carrier, P.C., and R. Johnson. 2008. Effects of side channel habitat structure on productivity of floodplain habitats for          juvenile coho salmon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:1108–1119.

Rosenfeld, J.S., Post, J., Robins,G., and Hatfield,T.  2007.  Hydraulic geometry as a physical template for the River Continuum:                  applications to optimal flows and longitudinal trends in fish habitat. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 63:683-698.

Rosenfeld, J.S., and Hatfield, T.  2006.  Information needs for assessing critical habitat of freshwater fish.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries         and Aquatic Sciences 63:683-698.

Rosenfeld, J. S., Thomas Leiter, Gerhard Lindner, and Lorne Rothman. 2005. Food abundance alters habitat selection, growth, and               habitat suitability curves for juvenile coho salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 62:1691-1701.

Rosenfeld, J. S.  2003.  Assessing the habitat requirements of stream fishes: an overview and evaluation of different approaches.                       Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132:953–968.

Rosenfeld, J. S., and Huato, L.  2003. Relationship between LWD characteristics and pool formation in small coastal British Columbia           streams.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23:928–938.

Rosenfeld, J. S.  Functional redundancy in ecology and conservation. 2002. Oikos 98:156-162.

Rosenfeld, J. S. Logical fallacies in the assessment of functional redundancy. 2002. Conservation Biology 16:837-839.

Rosenfeld, J.S., S.Macdonald, D. Foster, S. Amrhein, B. Bales, T. Williams, F. Race, and T. Livingstone. 2002. Importance of small                 streams as rearing habitat for sea-run cutthroat trout and coho salmon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:177-           187.

Rosenfeld, J.S., M. Porter, M. Pearson, B. Wicks, P. Van Dishoeck, T. Patton, E. Parkinson, G. Hass, and J. D. Mcphail. 2001. The              influence of temperature and habitat on the distribution of chiselmouth (Acrocheilus alutaceus) in British Columbia. Environmental          Biology of Fishes 62:401-413.

Rosenfeld, J.S. and S. Boss. 2001. Fitness consequences of habitat use for juvenile cutthroat trout: energetic costs and benefits in pools          and riffles. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58:585-593.

Rosenfeld, J.S. 2000. Effects of fish predation in erosional and depositional habitats in a temperate stream. Canadian Journal of Fisheries      and Aquatic Sciences. 57:1369-1379.

Rosenfeld,J.S., Porter,M., and E.A. Parkinson. 2000. Habitat factors affecting the abundance and distribution of juvenile cutthroat trout      and coho salmon.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 57:766-774.

Porter, M, J.S. Rosenfeld, and E.A. Parkinson. 2000. Predictive models of fish distribution in the Blackwater drainage.  North American       Journal of Fisheries Management.  20:349-358.

Rosenfeld, J.S. 2000. Contrasting effects of fish predation in a fishless and fish-bearing stream.  Archive fur Hydrobiologie. 147: 129-           142.

Rosenfeld, J.S., M. Porter, and E. Parkinson. 2000. Habitat associations of juvenile cutthroat trout: implications for forestry impacts;            pages 587-593 in Biology and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk in British Columbia (Conference Proceedings).

Porter, M.S., Rosenfeld, J, and E.A.Parkinson. 2000. Predictive models of fish species distribution in the Blackwater drainage, British           Columbia; pages 599-608 in Biology and Management of Species and Habitats at Risk in British Columbia (Conference Proceedings).

Rosenfeld, J.S. 1997.  The influence of upstream predation on the expression of predation effects in downstream patches.  Freshwater            Biology 37:535-543.

Rosenfeld, J.S. 1997.The effect of large macroinvertebrate herbivores on sessile epibenthos in a mountain stream. Hydrobiologia 344:75-      79.

Rosenfeld, J.S., and J.J. Hudson. 1997. Primary production, bacterial production, and invertebrate biomass in pools and riffles in                  southern Ontario streams.  Archive fur Hydrobiologie 139:301-316

Barrett, J.C, G.D. Grossman, and J. Rosenfeld. 1992. Turbidity-induced changes in the reactive distance of Rainbow trout.  Transactions       of the American Fisheries Society. 121:437-443.

Rosenfeld, J.S., and J.C. Roff. 1992.  Stable isotope analysis of the carbon base in southern Ontario streams. Journal of the North                   American Benthological Society 11:1-10.

Rosenfeld, J.S., and J.C. Roff. 1991. Primary production and the availability of autochthonous carbon in southern Ontario streams.                Hydrobiologia 224:99-109.

Meisner, J.D., J.S. Rosenfeld, and H.A. Regier. 1988. The role of groundwater in the impact of climate warming on stream fisheries.                Fisheries 13:2-8.

Rosenfeld, J.S., and R.J. Mackay. 1987. Assessing the food base of stream ecosystems: alternatives to the P/R ratio. Oikos 50: 141-147.