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Amanda R McCormick
Amanda R McCormick
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of California Davis
Verified email at wisc.edu
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Microplastic is an abundant and distinct microbial habitat in an urban river
A McCormick, TJ Hoellein, SA Mason, J Schluep, JJ Kelly
Environmental science & technology 48 (20), 11863-11871, 2014
13872014
Microplastic in surface waters of urban rivers: concentration, sources, and associated bacterial assemblages
AR McCormick, TJ Hoellein, MG London, J Hittie, JW Scott, JJ Kelly
Ecosphere 7 (11), e01556, 2016
5452016
Longitudinal patterns of microplastic concentration and bacterial assemblages in surface and benthic habitats of an urban river
TJ Hoellein, AR McCormick, J Hittie, MG London, JW Scott, JJ Kelly
Freshwater Science 36 (3), 491-507, 2017
1702017
Wastewater treatment alters microbial colonization of microplastics
JJ Kelly, MG London, AR McCormick, M Rojas, JW Scott, TJ Hoellein
PloS one 16 (1), e0244443, 2021
952021
Anthropogenic litter is abundant, diverse, and mobile in urban rivers: Insights from cross‐ecosystem analyses using ecosystem and community ecology tools
AR McCormick, TJ Hoellein
Limnology and Oceanography 61 (5), 1718-1734, 2016
842016
Transient top‐down and bottom‐up effects of resources pulsed to multiple trophic levels
MA McCary, JS Phillips, T Ramiadantsoa, LA Nell, AR McCormick, ...
Ecology 102 (1), e03197, 2021
252021
Responses of benthic algae to nutrient enrichment in a shallow lake: Linking community production, biomass, and composition
AR McCormick, JS Phillips, AR Ives
Freshwater Biology 64 (10), 1833-1847, 2019
202019
Spatiotemporal variation in the sign and magnitude of ecosystem engineer effects on lake ecosystem production
JS Phillips, AR McCormick, Á Einarsson, SN Grover, AR Ives
Ecosphere 10 (6), e02760, 2019
152019
Riverine microplastic: abundance and bacterial community colonization
TJ Hoellein, A McCormick, JJ Kelly
Abstract. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting. Portland, 2014
132014
Shifts in the partitioning of benthic and pelagic primary production within and across summers in Lake Męvatn, Iceland
AR McCormick, JS Phillips, JC Botsch, AR Ives
Inland Waters 11 (1), 13-28, 2021
102021
Effects of light and nutrients on intraspecific competition among midges from a shallow eutrophic lake
RL Wetzel, AR McCormick, JS Phillips, AR Ives
Ecological Entomology 46 (4), 955-963, 2021
72021
Consider a source: Microplastic in rivers is abundant, mobile, and selects for unique bacterial assemblages
TJ Hoellein, JJ Kelly, A McCormick, M London
American Geophysical Union 2016, HI41A-02, 2016
72016
Ecosystem engineering alters density‐dependent feedbacks in an aquatic insect population
JS Phillips, AR McCormick, JC Botsch, AR Ives
Ecology 102 (11), e03513, 2021
42021
Anthropogenic litter and microplastic in urban streams: Abundance, source, and fate
AR Mccormick
Loyola University Chicago, 2015
42015
Anthropogenic litter and microplastics in urban streams: Abundance, source, and fate
T Hoellein, A McCormick
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Water Resources Center, 2015
32015
Reconstructing midge consumer–resource dynamics using carbon stable isotope signatures of archived specimens
AR McCormick, JS Phillips, JC Botsch, Á Einarsson, A Gardarsson, ...
Ecology 104 (2), e3901, 2023
22023
Resource use differences of two coexisting chironomid species at localized scales
AR McCormick, JS Phillips, JC Botsch, JS Ólafsson, AR Ives
bioRxiv, 2022.03. 07.483209, 2022
22022
Dependence of an aquatic insect population on contemporaneous primary production
JS Phillips, AR McCormick, JC Botsch, AR Ives
bioRxiv, 2021.03. 22.436388, 2021
22021
Factors influencing benthic primary production and consumer resource use in the context of Lake Męvatn’s ecosystem variability
AR McCormick
The University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2020
12020
Disentangling the drivers of decadal body size decline in an insect population
JC Botsch, AN Zaveri, LA Nell, AR McCormick, KR Book, JS Phillips, ...
Global Change Biology 30 (1), e17014, 2024
2024
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