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Russell Rader

Professor
Biology

4025 LSB
Provo, UT 84602

Biography

Courses Taught


Winter 2019

  • BIO 220: Biological Diversity: Animals Section 002, 003, 004, 005
  • BIO 350: Ecology Section 001
  • BIO 494R: Mentored Research Section 014
  • BIO 699R: Master's Thesis Section 008

Fall 2018

  • BIO 220: Biological Diversity: Animals Section 001, 002, 003, 004, 005
  • BIO 699R: Master's Thesis Section 012

Spring 2018

  • BIO 452: Marine Biology Section 001
  • BIO 494R: Mentored Research Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Master's Thesis Section 016

Winter 2018

  • BIO 220: Biological Diversity: Animals Section 002, 003, 004
  • BIO 350: Ecology Section 001
  • BIO 494R: Mentored Research Section 015
  • BIO 699R: Master's Thesis Section 009

Professional Citizenship

  • Guest Speaker, Provo Energy Committee, 2014-10-01 - 2014-10-31 - 2014-12-01 - 2014-12-31
  • Editorial Review Board Member, International Society of Wetland Scientists, 2006-01-01 - 2006-12-31 - 2006-01-01 - 2006-12-31
  • Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of the Western North American Naturalist, 2006-01-01 - 2006-12-31 - 2006-01-01 - 2006-12-31
  • Editorial Review Board Member, Journal of the Western North American Naturalist, 2005-01-01 - 2005-12-31 - 2005-01-01 - 2005-12-31
  • Editorial Review Board Member, International Society of Wetland Scientists, 2004-01-01 - 2004-12-31 - 2005-01-01 - 2005-12-31
  • Officer, International Profiles Committee for the North American Benthological Society, 2004-01-01 - 2004-12-31 - 2004-01-01 - 2004-12-31
  • Officer, The Journal of the Society of Wetland Scientists, 2004-01-01 - 2004-12-31 - 2004-01-01 - 2004-12-31
  • Officer, Wetlands, The journal of the Society of Wetland Scientists, 2004-01-01 - 2004-12-31 - 2004-01-01 - 2004-12-31
  • Officer, Zoo 696R graduate seminar, 2004-01-01 - 2004-12-31 - 2004-01-01 - 2004-12-31
  • Officer, Co-Chair of the International Profiles Committee for the North Amercan Benthological Society, 2003-01-01 - 2003-12-31 - 2004-01-01 - 2004-12-31

Courses Taught

2020

  • BIO 220 : Section 001
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 220 : Section 005
  • BIO 220 : Section 006
  • BIO 220 : Section 007
  • BIO 494R: Section 019
  • BIO 220 : Section 001
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 452 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 008
  • BIO 494R: Section 014

2019

  • BIO 220 : Section 001
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 494R: Section 014
  • BIO 699R: Section 013
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 220 : Section 005
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 008
  • BIO 494R: Section 014

2018

  • BIO 220 : Section 001
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 220 : Section 005
  • BIO 699R: Section 012
  • BIO 452 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 016
  • BIO 494R: Section 001
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 009
  • BIO 494R: Section 015

2017

  • BIO 220 : Section 001
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 494R: Section 015
  • BIO 557 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 13
  • BIO 494R: Section 009
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 9
  • BIO 494R: Section 015

2016

  • BIO 220 : Section 001
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 12
  • BIO 494R: Section 015
  • BIO 494R: Section 9
  • BIO 452 : Section 001
  • BIO 494R: Section 001
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 9
  • BIO 494R: Section 016

2015

  • BIO 220 : Section 001
  • BIO 220 : Section 002
  • BIO 220 : Section 003
  • BIO 220 : Section 004
  • BIO 494R: Section 015
  • BIO 557 : Section 001
  • BIO 494R: Section 031
  • BIO 220A: Section 002
  • BIO 220A: Section 003
  • BIO 220A: Section 004
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 008
  • BIO 494R: Section 016

2014

  • BIO 220A: Section 001
  • BIO 220A: Section 002
  • BIO 220A: Section 003
  • BIO 220A: Section 004
  • BIO 494R: Section 015
  • BIO 452 : Section 001
  • BIO 494R: Section 001
  • BIO 220A: Section 003
  • BIO 220A: Section 004
  • BIO 220A: Section 005
  • BIO 220A: Section 006
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 008
  • BIO 494R: Section 016

2013

  • BIO 220A: Section 001
  • BIO 220A: Section 003
  • BIO 220A: Section 004
  • BIO 220A: Section 005
  • BIO 494R: Section 011
  • BIO 557 : Section 001
  • BIO 494R: Section 009
  • BIO 494R: Section 001
  • BIO 559R: Section 005
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 494R: Section 009
  • BIO 494R: Section 028

2012

  • BIO 220A: Section 001
  • BIO 653 : Section 001
  • BIO 503 : Section 001
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 452 : Section 001
  • BIO 494R: Section 001
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 494R: Section 009

2011

  • BIO 220A: Section 001
  • BIO 220A: Section 002
  • BIO 220A: Section 003
  • BIO 220A: Section 004
  • BIO 220A: Section 005
  • BIO 220A: Section 006
  • BIO 494R: Section 012
  • BIO 557 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 009
  • BIO 494R: Section 009
  • BIO 699R: Section 008
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 007
  • BIO 494R: Section 009

2010

  • BIO 653 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 011
  • BIO 494R: Section 012
  • BIO 494R: Section 009
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 009
  • BIO 494R: Section 010
  • BIO 559R: Section 011
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 008
  • LFSCI 494R: Section 017

2009

  • LFSCI 494R: Section 025
  • BIO 557 : Section 001
  • BIO 350 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 008
  • BIO 494R: Section 009
  • LFSCI 494R: Section 027

2008

  • BIO 653 : Section 001
  • BIO 699R: Section 011
  • BIO 494R: Section 012
  • LFSCI 494R: Section 030
  • BIO 503 : Section 001
  • LFSCI 499R: Section 003
  • INBIO 699R: Section 009
  • BIOL 350 : Section 001
  • BIOL 494R: Section 052
  • INBIO 494R: Section 010

2007

  • INBIO 699R: Section 011
  • BIOL 494R: Section 014
  • INBIO 494R: Section 012
  • BIOL 503 : Section 001
  • INBIO 557 : Section 001
  • INBIO 799R: Section 002
  • INBIO 494R: Section 011
  • INBIO 799R: Section 005
  • BIOL 350 : Section 001
  • INBIO 699R: Section 009
  • BIOL 494R: Section 022
  • INBIO 494R: Section 017

2006

  • INBIO 558 : Section 001
  • INBIO 653 : Section 001
  • INBIO 799R: Section 003
  • BIOL 494R: Section 019
  • INBIO 494R: Section 018
  • INBIO 799R: Section 001
  • INBIO 494R: Section 009
  • INBIO 799R: Section 002
  • INBIO 799R: Section 001
  • INBIO 799R: Section 005
  • BIOL 350 : Section 001
  • BIOL 494R: Section 025

2005

  • INBIO 799R: Section 004
  • BIOL 494R: Section 024
  • INBIO 494R: Section 019
  • INBIO 557 : Section 001
  • INBIO 799R: Section 003
  • INBIO 494R: Section 9
  • INBIO 494R: Section 012
  • INBIO 799R: Section 005
  • BIOL 350 : Section 001
  • INBIO 699R: Section 001
  • BIOL 494R: Section 032
  • INBIO 494R: Section 018
  • INBIO 494R: Section 024

2004

  • INBIO 653 : Section 001
  • INBIO 799R: Section 004
  • INBIO 691R: Section 002
  • INBIO 699R: Section 001
  • BIOL 494R: Section 006
  • INBIO 494R: Section 020
  • INBIO 799R: Section 003
  • BIOL 494R: Section 009
  • INBIO 799R: Section 005
  • BIOL 494R: Section 013
  • INBIO 494R: Section 015
  • BIOL 350 : Section 002
  • INBIO 691R: Section 001
  • BIOL 494R: Section 011
  • INBIO 494R: Section 406
  • INBIO 494R: Section 412

Publications

  • Johnson K, Wait LE, Monk SK, Rader RB, Hotchkiss RH, Belk MC. January (1st Quarter/Winter) 17, 2019. Effects of Substrate on Movement Patterns and Behavior of Stream Fish through Culverts: An Experimental Approach. Basel: MDPI.
  • Fairbanks DO, McArthur JV, Young CM, Rader RB. November, 2018. Consumption of terrestrial organic matter in the rocky intertidal zone along the central Oregon Coast.
  • Rader R, Unmack P, Moore J. March, 2017. Population genetics and dispersal of the flatworm, Polycelis coronata: a test of the habitat stability hypothesis . ???: Taylor & Francis online.
  • Rader R, Rackliffe R. November, 2016. Effects of warm temperatures and aquatic macrophytes on oxygen dynamics in a shallow riparian pond . Hamilton: Society for Ecological Restoration (SER).
  • Rader RB, Keleher MJ, Billman E, Larsen RT. October (4th Quarter/Autumn), 2012. History rather than contemporary processes determine variation in macroinvertebrate diversity in artesian springs: the expansion hypothesis .
  • Kreitzer JD, Billman EJ, Belk MC, Rader RB. December, 2011. Growth of young June sucker (Chasmistes liorus) is associated with zooplankton density in Utah Lake. 4th ed.
  • Belk MC, Rader RB, Mills MD. December, 2011. Lake suckers in the western USA: history, ecology, natural history, and bibliography of an endangered genus. 4th ed.
  • Rader RB, Belk MC, Hotchkiss RH, Brown J. October (4th Quarter/Autumn), 2010. The stream–lake ecotone: potential habitat for juvenile endangered June suckers (Chasmistes liorus). 4th ed.

Presentations

  • Rader R. Are aquatic invertebrates isolated in headwater tributaries?. International Congress of Conservation Biology (ICCB). July, 2019.
  • Rader R, Rackliffe R. Effects of warm temperatures and aquatic macrophytes on oxygen dynamics in a shallow riparian pond. Ecological Restoration Society. Wetlands are the most abundant freshwater ecosystem on Earth They are also one of the most susceptible to increased atmospheric warming, especially oxygen cycles Our objective was to determine the effects of metaphyton, Chara, Potamogeton foliosus, and Lemna on daily dissolved oxygen dynamics during the spring, summer and fall using clear, cylindrical mesocosms with one end embedded in the mud of a small (323 m2), shallow (06 m depth) riparian pond We predicted that the severity of hypoxia (≤ 40 mg O2 L-1) would depend on which macrophyte patch was most productive during the warm summer months: Lemna > Chara and metaphyton > P foliosus Average temperatures in the spring varied from 15°C to 25°C, and all four macrophyte patches were autotrophic (NAP = GPP > ER) Only metaphyton showed brief periods of night-time hypoxia (< 25h) in the spring Average summer temperatures varied from 22°C to 34°C with a high of 37°C and all patches were heterotrophic (NAP = GPP < ER) All patches produced extensive periods of severe hypoxia (≤ 10 mg O2 L-1) consistent with our predictions: Lemna (24h mean = 168h d-1), Chara (24h mean = 83h d-1), and metaphyton (24h mean = 63h d-1) In the fall, temperatures dropped (8°C to 13°C) and the pond was covered with Lemna Hypoxia was absent where Lemna was sparse (AFDM = 386g) but extensive (72h at < 1 mg O2 L-1) where it was abundant (AFDM = 675g) This study showed the importance of both warming and macrophyte type in determining hypoxia That is, all patches but P foliosus produced extensive periods of severe hypoxia during the warm summer months We discuss macrophyte traits that should reduce the harmful effects of hypoxia as temperatures increase in shallow wetlands. November, 2016.
  • Rader R, Eggett D. Evidence of competition for food between the snail, Chlorostoma funebralis, and the hermit crab Pagurus granosimanus. Western Society of Naturalists, Annual Meeting. The density of *T funebralis* was negatively correlated with the density of *P granosimanus* in 50 rock pools along the southern Oregon coast *Tegula funebralis* can congregate and exclude *P granosimanus* from fragments of *Nereocystis luetkeana* (10 cm to 20 cm in length) after 20 to 30 minutes even though *P granosimanus* can respond faster (10 m to 15 m) We used flow-through mesocosms (?? m^2^) to test the hypothesis that *T funebralis* can negatively affect the growth of *P granosimanus* using four treatments: T1) no *T funebralis* no *N luetkeana*, T2) no *T funebralis* + *N luetkeana*, T3) *T funebralis* + no *N luetkeana*, and T4) *T funebralis* + *N luetkeana* The average growth of *P granosimanus* was: T1 (126 mg/wk) > T2 (84 mg/wk) > T3 (66 mg/wk) > T4 (41 mg/wk) which is consistent with our hypothesis This is an unusual case as *P granosimanus* rely on *T funebralis* for empty shells but also appear to compete with it for food Temporal and spatial partitioning to reduce competition are probably not possible How does *P granosimanus* coexist with *T funebralis*?. May, 2016.
  • Fairbanks D, Young C, McArthur J, Rader R. Consumption of Red Alder Leaves in the Rocky Intertidal Zone. Western Society of Naturalists, Annual Meeting. October, 2015.
  • Rader RB. Estimates of Ecosytem Metabolism in a Shallow Wetland. Joint Meeting of Aquatic Sciences. submitted for publication. May, 2014.
  • Rader RB, Christensen WF. Factors Effecting Metacommunity Dynamics in Desert Springs. Joint Meeting of Aquatic Sciences. Still working on the publication. May, 2014.
  • Shiozawa DK, Rader RB, Belk MC, Crandall KA. Combining ecological and genetic data to determine the exchangeability of populations for conservation. 44nd Annual meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. November, 2012.
  • Rader RB, Rackliffe R, Fairbanks D. Daily oxygen levels in shallow wetlands. Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council, Death Valley, CA . November, 2012.
  • Rader RB, Fairbanks D. Resiliency of newly created riparian ponds to an extreme flood event. Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council, Death Valley, CA . November, 2012.
  • Rader RB. An Introduced Predator Reduces the Flux of Energy From Donor to Recipient Food Webs. Least Chub Conservation Team. December, 2011.
  • Merkley S, Rader RB. An introduced predator reduces the flux of energy from donor to recipient food webs . Society of Freshwater Science. May, 2011.
  • Rader RB, Keleher J, Billman E. Partitioning diversity across geographic scales in artesian springs of the Bonneville Basin: patterns and potential processes. Society of Freshwater Science. May, 2011.
  • Rader RB, Moore J. Population differentiation and dispersal dynamics of a stream flatworm in the Wasatch Mountains of Utah. Society of Freshwater Science. May, 2011.
  • Rader RB, Merkley S. The effects of invasive mosquitofish on ecosystem function in artesian springs of the Bonneville Basin . Society of Freshwater Science. May, 2011.
  • Williams L, Rader RB. Community organization in restored riparian ponds. June Sucker Recovery Team. April, 2011.
  • Rader RB, Merkley S. The relationship between fish species richness and ecosystem function in springs of the Bonneville Basin. North American Benthological Society. June, 2010.
  • Tanner K, Stutz H, Evans RP, Rader RB, Shiozawa DK. Estimating dispersal of spring invertebrates through genetic diversity in threatened habitats of the Great Basin. Utah Chapter, American Fisheries Society. 2008.
  • Stutz H, Shiozawa DK, Tanner K, Evans RP, Rader RB. Estimating dispersal of spring invertebrates through genetic diversity in threatened habitats of the Great Basin. 39th Annual meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2007.
  • Hansen C, Stutz HL, Tanner KJ, Barney M, Rader RB, Redlin EE, Keleher MJ, Shiozawa DK. Taxonomic diversity of spring invertebrates in threatened habitats of the Great Basin. 39th Annual meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2007.
  • Semon H, Shiozawa DK, Rader RB. Diversity and dispersal of aquatic invertebrates in desert springs of Eastern Nevada. 55th Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society. 2007.
  • Priddis E, Rader RB, Belk MC. The Effects of Temperature on the Interaction Between Invasive Western Mosquitofish, and Native Least Chub: Do invasive Species Have an 'Achilles Heal'?. Annual Meeting of the Bonneville Chapter of the American Fisheries Society. 2007.
  • Evans RP, Stutz H, Shiozawa DK, Tanner K, Rader RB. Estimating dispersal of spring invertebrates through genetic diversity in threatened habitats of the Great Basin Stutz, Heather*1; Shiozawa, Dennis1; Tanner, Keith1; Evans, R Paul2; Rader, Russell1 (1-Brigham Young University, Department of Biology; 2-Brigham Young University, Department of Microbiology and Molecular Biology). Desert Fishes Council. 2007.
  • Thompson T, Rader RB. Effects of Varying Lengths of Inundation on Fairy Shrimp Life History Traits Tammy was runner-up for the best student presentation award from this society. Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2006.
  • Kmetzsch C, Rader RB. The effects of Scouring on a Desert Rock Pool Metacommunity Cameron won the best student presentation award from this society. Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2006.
  • EP, Rader RB. The effects of temperature on the interaction between western mosquitofish and native least chub: Do mosquitofish have an Achilles Heal?. Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2006.
  • Keleher MJ, Rader RB. The Effects of Habitat Heterogeneity and Dispersal Constraints on Diversity in Desert Springs of the Bonneville Basin. Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council,. 2006.
  • Rader RB. A muliscale analysis of invertebrate drift, habitat availability, and the growth and density of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis). Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society. 2006.
  • Rader RB, Billy VdCd. Factors Affecting the Growth and Density of Brook Charr (Salvelinus fontinalis) in Three Mountain Streams: A Muliscale Analysis. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. 2005.
  • Pyne M, Rader RB, Christensen WF. Testing Differences in the Biological Community of Streams using Watershed Classification. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. 2005.
  • Bell AV, Rader RB, Peck SL, Sih A. The Influence of Resource Distribution, Behavior, and Density on Patterns of Spatial Association. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America. 2005.
  • Rader RB, Priddis E. A Multiscale Analysis of the Relationship Between Current Velocity and Drift: Is Drift a Predictable Food Resource for Drift-feeding Fish?. Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society. 2005.
  • Ayala J, Rader RB, Belk MC, Schaalje GB. Seasonal and diel habitat use of native least chub (Iotichthys phlegethonitis) in the presence of invasive western mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis). Invasive Species Session of the Annual Meeting of the Society of Limnology and Oceanography. 2005.
  • Mills MD, Rader RB, Belk MC. Exploring mechanisms of interaction between native Least chub Iotichthys phlegethontis and introduced Western mosquitofish Gambusia affinis. American Fisheries Society Western Division Annual Meeting. 2004.
  • Ayala JR, Rader RB, Belk MC. Overlap in the seasonal and the diel habitat use of native Least chub Iotichthys plegethontis and invasive Western mosquitofish Gambusia affinis. American Fisheries Society Western Division Annual Meeting. 2004.
  • Mills MD, Rader RB, Belk MC. Vulnerability of native fish predation by introduced Western Mosquitofish Gambusia affinis: a model and test of assumption. American Fisheries Society Western Division Annual Meeting. 2004.
  • Mills MD, Rader RB, Belk MC. Complex interactions between native and invasive fish: the simultaneous effects of multiple negative interactions. Annual Meeting of the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society. 2004.
  • Priddis E, Rader RB. Is there a relationship between current velocity and invertebrate drift?: A multiscale analysis. Annual Meetings of the Ecological Society of America. 2004.
  • Rader RB, Mills MD, Belk MC. Complex interactions between native and invasive fish: the simultaneous effects of multiple negative interactions. International Conference on Aquatic Invasive Species. 2004.
  • Mills M, Rader RB, Belk MC. Interactions between least chub and introduced western mosquitofish. Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2003.
  • Ayala J, Rader RB, Belk MC. Seasonal patterns of habitat use of least chub and introduced western mosquitofish. Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2003.
  • Keleher MJ, Rader RB. Determining the ecological integrity of isolated desert wetlands in the Bonneville basin. Desert Fishes Council Annual Meeting. 2003.
  • Mills MD, Rader RB, Belk MC. Exploring mechanisms of interaction among native least chub (Iotichthys phlegethontis) and introduced western mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis). Desert Fishes Council Annual Meeting. 2003.
  • Ayala JR, Rader RB, Belk MC. Overlap in the seasonal diel habitat utilization of least chub (Iotichthys phlegethontis) and mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis). Desert Fishes Council Annual Meeting. 2003.
  • Rader RB, Belish t. Invertebrate community structure in Rocky Mountain fens: Influence of local versus regional processes. Society of Wetland Scientists annual meeting. 2003.
  • Mills M, Rader RB, Belk MC. Can the invasive species Gambusia affinis eat young-of-the-year least chub. Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2002.
  • Rader RB, Mills M, Belk MC. Does the invasive species, Gambusia affinis, prey on native least chub (Iotichthys phlegethontis)?. Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2002.
  • Mills M, Belk MC, Rader RB. Effect of the introduced mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) on the least chub (Iotichthyes phlegothontis). Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2002.
  • Mills M, Belk MC, Rader RB. the invasive species, Gambusia affinis, harmfully impact native least chub (Iotichthys phlegethontis). Annual Meeting of the Desert Fishes Council. 2002.
  • Rader RB, Rhodes. The Relative Importance of Terrestrial Versus Aquatic Invertebrates in Brook Trout Diets: Spatial and Temporal Patterns. Annual Meeting of the North American Benthological Society. 2002.
  • Perkins, Rader RB. Bioassessment of Isolated Desert Wetlands in the Bonneville Basin of Utah. Annual Meeting of the Society of Wetland Scientists. 2002.
  • Shettell B, Perkins MJ, Rader RB. Using emergent macrophytes to assist in determining the ecological integrity of desert wetlands in the Bonneville Basin. West Coast Biological Sciences Undergraduate Research Conference. 2002.
  • Rader RB. Spatial and Temporal Patterns of Drift and Trout Consumption in Three Streams of the Rocky Mountains. American Fisheries Society, Bonneville Chapter. 2001.
  • Rader RB, Belish. Effects of hydroperiod and dispersal on Rocky Mountain fens. Annual Meeting of American Entomological Society. 2001.
  • Perkins, Rader RB. Assessing the Ecological Integrity of Wetlands in the Bonneville Basin of Utah. Annual Meeting of Desert Fishes Council. 2001.
  • Perkins, Rader RB. Springs of the Bonneville Basin: Developing a Bioassessment Protocol. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, Bonneville Chapter. 2001.
  • Rothlisberger, Rader RB. The Low-light Visual Accuity of 4 Species of Trout. BYU. 2001.
  • Rader RB. The Natural Flow Regime: The Impact of Scouring, Light and Grazing on Algae in a Mountain Stream. BYU Botany and Range Science Department. 2001.
  • Perkins, Rader RB. Assessing the Ecological Integrity of Wetlands in the Bonneville Basin of Utah. Meetings of the Society of Western North American Naturalists, BYU. 2001.
  • Rader RB. Patterns of Trout Growth, Consumption, and Drift at the Stream Reach Scale. 2001.
  • Rader RB. Trout Density and Growth: Patterns and Processes at Three Spatial Scales. 2001.
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