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Full List of Publications – James H. Thorp

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BOOKS (Authored and/or Edited):

Thorp, J.H. (ed.). Thorp and Covich’s Freshwater Invertebrates. Academic Press, Waltham, MA.
Thorp, J.H. and D.C. Rogers (ed.). 2015. Volume I. Ecology and general biology. 1091
pages [41 chapters]
Thorp, J.H. and D.C. Rogers (eds.). 2016. Volume II. Keys to Nearctic fauna. [16 chapters;
public. [16 chapters; in print ~ late 2015]
Rogers, D.C. and J.H. Thorp (eds.). Volume III. Keys to Palaearctic fauna. [15 chapters;
volume under contract with submission ~Fall 2016 ]
3 books (2 Neotropical and 1 Australian Bioregion) under contract and in development.
Thorp, J.H. and D.C. Rogers. 2011. Field guide to freshwater invertebrates of North America.
Elsevier, Boston, MA. 274 p. [ISBN: 978-0-12-381426-5]
Thorp, J.H. and A.P. Covich (eds.). Ecology and classification of North American freshwater
invertebrates. Academic Press (now owned by Elsevier).
2010. Third Edition. 1021 p. [ISBN: 978-0-12-374855-3]
2001. Second Edition. 1038 pages
1991. First Edition. 911 pages.
Thorp, J.H., M.C. Thoms, and M.D. Delong. 2008. The riverine ecosystem synthesis. Academic
Press, Boston, MA, USA. 208 p. [ISBN: 978-0-12-370612-6]
Thorp, J. H. and J. W. Gibbons. 1978. Energy and environmental stress in aquatic systems.
D.O.E. Symposium Series (CONF-771114), Nat. Tech. Information Service, Springfield,
Virginia. 854 p. [Given “Merit in Books” award from that society.]

CHAPTERS (in Encyclopedias and Edited Books):

Thorp, J.H. and D.C. Rogers (ed.). 2015. Volume I. Ecology and General Biology. Thorp and
Covich’s Freshwater Invertebrates. 1118 p.
Thorp, J.H., D.C. Rogers, and Walter W. Dimmick. 2015. Chapter 1: Introduction to
invertebrates of inland waters. Pages 1-21.
Thorp, J.H. and A.P. Covich. 2015. Chapter 2: Overview of inland water habitats. Pages
23-56.
Rogers, D.C. and J.H. Thorp. 2015. Chapter 3: Collection and culturing techniques. Pages
57-62.
Thorp, J.H. 2015. Chapter 4: Functional relationships of freshwater invertebrates. Pages 65-
82.
Thorp, J.H. and D.C. Rogers. 2015. Chapter 24: Introduction to the phylum Arthropoda.
Pages 591-597.
Thorp, J.H., D.C. Rogers, and A.P. Covich. 2015. Chapter 27: Introduction to “Crustacea”.
Pages 671-686.
Thorp, J.H. and B.J. O’Neill. 2015. Chapter 33: Subphylum Hexapoda – introduction to
insects and Collembola. Pages 849-871.
Thorp, J.H., G.A. Lamberti, and A.F. Casper. 2010. Chapter. 22. St. Lawrence River. Pages 418-
435 in: A.C. Benke and C.E. Cushing (eds.), Field Guide to Rivers of North America.
Academic Press (Elsevier). 459 p. ISBN-13:978-0-12-375088-4.
Thorp, J.H. 2009. Models of ecological processes in river ecosystems. Pages 448-455 in: G.E.
Likens (editor-in-chief), Encyclopedia of inland waters. Vol. 1. Academic Press, San Diego,
CA.
Thorp, J.H. 2009. Arthropoda and related groups. in: V.H. Resh and R.T. Cardé (eds.),
Encyclopedia of insects. Academic Press, San Diego, CA.
2009: Second Edition. Pages 50-56.
2003: First Edition. Pages 59-66.
Thorp, J.H. and A.P. Covich (eds.). Chapters in: Ecology and classification of North American
freshwater invertebrates. Academic Press, San Diego. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd editions:
2010:
Thorp, J. H., A. P. Covich, and W.W. Dimmick. Chapter 1. Introduction to invertebrates
of inland waters. Pages 1-23.
Thorp, J. H. and A. P. Covich. Chapter 2. An overview of inland aquatic habitats. Pp 25-47.
Covich, A. P., J. H. Thorp, and D. C. Rogers. Chapter 19. Introduction to the subphylum
Crustacea. Pages 695-723.
2001:
Thorp, J. H. and A. P. Covich. Chapter 1. Introduction to freshwater invertebrates. Pages
1-18.
Thorp, J. H. and A. P. Covich. Chapter 2. An overview of freshwater habitats. Pages 19-41.
Covich, A. P. and J. H. Thorp. Chapter 19. Introduction to the subphylum Crustacea. Pages
777-809.
1991:
Thorp, J. H. and A. P. Covich. Chapter 1. Introduction to freshwater invertebrates. Pages
1-15.
Thorp, J. H. and A. P. Covich. Chapter 2. An overview of freshwater habitats. Pages 17-36.
Covich, A. P. and J. H. Thorp. Chapter 18. Crustacea: Introduction and Peracarida.. Pages
665-689.
Thorp, J.H., G.A. Lamberti, and A.F. Casper. 2005. Chapter. 21. St. Lawrence River. Pages 983-
1028 in: A.C. Benke and C.E. Cushing (eds.), Rivers of North America. Academic Press,
San Diego, CA.
Thorp, J. H. 1995. Invertebrates, freshwater. Pages 357-370 in: W. A. Nierenberg (ed.),
Encyclopedia of environmental biology. Volume 2. Academic Press, San Diego, CA.

Publications in Refereed Scientific Journals (Accepted or Published):

O’Neill, B.J., D.C Rogers, and J.H. Thorp. 2015. Flexibility of ephemeral wetland crustaceans:
environmental constraints and anthropogenic impacts. Wetlands Ecology and Management
(In Press).
Bowes, R.E. and J.H. Thorp. 2015. Consequences of employing amino acid vs. bulk-tissue, stable
isotope analysis: a laboratory trophic position experiment. Ecosphere 6 (Issue #1; Article
14):1-12.
Carroll, T.M. and J.H. Thorp. 2014. Ecotonal shifts in diversity and functional traits in zoobenthic
communities of karst springs. Hydrobiologia 738: 1-20.
Bowes, R.E., M.H. Lafferty, and J.H. Thorp. 2014. Less means more: nutrient stress leads to higher
δ15N ratios in fish. Freshwater Biology 59:1926-1931.
O’Neill, B.J. and J.H. Thorp. 2014. Untangling food-web structure in an ephemeral ecosystem.
Freshwater Biology 59: 1462-1473.
Thorp, J.H. 2014. Metamorphosis in river ecology: from reaches to macrosystems. Freshwater
Biology 59: 200-210. [On-Line in 2013 as DOI: 10.1111/fwb.12237.]
McCluney, K.E., N. L. Poff, M.A. Palmer, J.H. Thorp, G.C. Poole, B.S. Williams, M.R. Williams,
and J.S. Baron. 2014. Riverine macrosystems ecology: sensitivity, resistance, and resilience
of whole river basins with human alterations. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
12(1): 48-58.
Thorp, J.H., J.E. Flotemersch, B.S. Williams, and L.A. Gabanski. 2013. Critical role for
hierarchical geospatial analyses in the design of fluvial research, assessment, and
management. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 185:7165-7180.
Williams, B.S., E. D’Amico. J.H. Kastens, J.H. Thorp, J.E. Flotemersch, and M.C. Thoms. 2013.
Automated riverine landscape characterization: GIS-based tools for watershed-scale
research, assessment, and management. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 185:
7485-7499.
O’Neill, B.J. and J.H. Thorp. 2011. A simple channel complexity metric for analyzing river
ecosystem responses. River Systems 19(4): 327-335.
Sluss, T.D., J.D. Jack, and J.H. Thorp. 2011. A comparison of sampling methods for riverine
zooplankton. River Systems 19(4): 315-326.
Delong, M.D., J.H. Thorp, M.C. Thoms, and L.M. McIntosh. 2011. Trophic niche dimensions of
fish communities as a function of historical hydrological conditions in a plains river. River
Systems 19: 177-187.
O’Neill, B.J. and J.H. Thorp. 2011. Zoobenthos of a sand bed river: coping with hydrogeomorphic
fluctuations. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30(2):546-558.
Thorp, J.H., J.E. Flotemersch, M.D. Delong, A.F. Casper, M.C. Thoms, F. Ballantyne, B.S.
Williams, B.J. O’Neill, and C.S. Haase. 2010. Linking ecosystem services, rehabilitation,
and river hydrogeomorphology. BioScience 60(1): 67-74.
Summers, R.B., J.E. Alexander, M.D. Delong, and J.H. Thorp. The effects of colonization by
Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussels) on the amphipod Gammarus fasciatus in the Ohio
River. Proc. Indiana Academy of Sciences (In Press).
Delong, M.D. and J.H. Thorp. 2009. Mollusc shell periostracum as an alternative to tissue in
isotopic studies. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 7:436-441.
Roach, K.A., J.H. Thorp, and M.D. Delong. 2009. Influence of lateral gradients of hydrologic
connectivity on trophic position of fishes in the Upper Mississippi River. Freshwater
Biology 54:607-620.
Sluss, T.D., G.A. Cobbs, and J.H. Thorp. 2008. Impact of turbulence on riverine zooplankton: a
mesocosm experiment. Freshwater Biology 53:199-2010.
Moore, S.L. and J.H. Thorp. 2008. Coping with hydrogeomorphic variations in a prairie river:
resiliency in young-of-the-year fishes. River Research and Applications 24:237-248.
Casper, A.F. and J.H. Thorp. 2007. Diel and lateral patterns of zooplankton distribution in the St.
Lawrence River. River Research and Applications 23(1):73-86.
Jack, J.D. W. Fang, and J.H. Thorp. 2006. Vertical, lateral and longitudinal movement of
zooplankton in a large river. Freshwater Biology 51:1646-1654.
Casper, A.F., J.H. Thorp, S.P. Davies, and D.L. Courtemanch. 2006. Ecological responses of
zoobenthos to dam removal on the Kennebec River, Maine, USA. Archiv für Hydrobiologie,
Large Rivers Vol 16 (4):541-555.
Thorp, J.H., M.C. Thoms, and M.D. Delong. 2006. The riverine ecosystem synthesis:
biocomplexity in river networks across space and time. River Research and Applications
22(2):123-147.
Delong, M. D. and J. H. Thorp. 2006. Significance of instream autotrophs in trophic dynamics of
the Upper Mississippi River. Oecologia 147(1):76-85.
Thorp, J.H. and S. Mantovani. 2005. Zooplankton in turbid and hydrologically dynamic, prairie
rivers. Freshwater Biology 50(9):1474-1491.
Hein, T., W. Reckendorfer, J. Thorp, and F. Schiemer. 2005. The role of slackwater areas and the
hydrologic exchange for biogeochemical processes in river corridors: examples from the
Austrian Danube. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, Suppl. Vol. 155 (Large Rivers Vol. 15): 425-
442.
Buijse, A.D., F. Klijn, R.S.E.W. Leuven, H. Middelkoop, F.Schiemer, J.H. Thorp, H.P. Wolfert.
2005. Rehabilitation of large rivers: references, achievements and integration into river
management. Archiv für Hydrobiologie Suppl. Vol. 155 (Large Rivers Vol. 15): 715-738.
Thorp, J.H. and A.F. Casper. 2003. Importance of biotic interactions in large rivers: an experiment
with planktivorous fish, dreissenid mussels, and zooplankton in the St. Lawrence. River
Research and Applications 19:265-279.
Thorp, J.H, J.E. Alexander, Jr., and G. A. Cobbs. 2002. Coping with warmer, large rivers: a field
experiment on potential range expansion of northern quagga mussels (Dreissena bugensis).
Freshwater Biology 47(9):1779-1790.
Thorp, J.H. and M.D. Delong. 2002. Dominance of autochthonous autotrophic carbon in food webs
of heterotrophic rivers. Oikos 96(3):543-550.
Jack, J.D. and J.H. Thorp. 2002. Impacts of fish predation on an Ohio River zooplankton
community. Journal of Plankton Research 24(2):119-127.
Thorp, J.H. and A.F. Casper. 2002. Potential effects on zooplankton from species shifts in mussel
planktivory: a field experiment in the St. Lawrence River. Freshwater Biology 47:107-119.
Greenwood, K.S. and J.H. Thorp. 2001. Aspects of ecology and conservation of sympatric,
prosobranch snails in a large river. Hydrobiologia 455:229-236.
Delong, M.D., J.H. Thorp, K.S. Greenwood, and M.C. Miller. 2001. Responses of consumers and
food resources to a high magnitude, unpredicted flood in the upper Mississippi River basin.
Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 17(3):217-232.
Greenwood, K.S., J.H. Thorp, R.B. Summers, and D.L. Guelda. 2001. Effects of an exotic bivalve
mollusc on benthic invertebrates and food quality in the Ohio River. Hydrobiologia 462:169-
172.
Bukaveckas, P.A., E. Jourdain, R. Koch, and J.H. Thorp. 2000. Longitudinal gradients in nutrients
and phytoplankton in the Ohio River. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27:3107-3110.
Jack, J.D. and J.H. Thorp. 2000. Effects of the benthic suspension feeder Dreissena polymorpha
on zooplankton in a large river. Freshwater Biology 44:569-579.
Thorp, J.H., M.D. Delong, K.S., Greenwood, and A.F. Casper. 1998. Isotopic analysis of three food
web theories in constricted and floodplain regions of a large river. Oecologia 117:551-563.
Brown, K.M., J.E. Alexander, and J.H. Thorp. 1998. Differences in the ecology and distribution
of lotic pulmonate and prosobranch gastropods. American Malacological Bulletin 14(2): 91-
101.
Thorp, J.H., M.D. Delong, and A.F. Casper. 1998. In situ experiments on predatory regulation of
a bivalve mollusc (Dreissena polymorpha) in the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers. Freshwater
Biology 39:649-661.
Thorp, J.H., J.E. Alexander, Jr., B.L. Bukaveckas, G.A. Cobbs, and K.L. Bresko. 1998. Responses
of Ohio River and Lake Erie dreissenid molluscs to changes in temperature and turbidity.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 55(1):220-229.
Wehr, J.D., S.P. Lonergan, and J.H. Thorp. 1997. Concentrations and controls of dissolved organic
matter in a constricted-channel region of the Ohio River. Biogeochemistry 38:41-65.
Wehr, J. D. and J. H. Thorp. 1997. Effects of navigation dams, tributaries, and littoral zones on
phytoplankton of the Ohio River. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 54:378-395.
Summers, R.B., M.D. Delong, and J.H. Thorp. 1997. Ontogenetic and temporal shifts in the diet
of the amphipod Gammarus fasciatus in the Ohio River. Amer. Midl. Nat. 137(2):329-336.
Summers, R.B., J.H. Thorp, J. E. Alexander, Jr., and R. D. Fell. 1996. Respiratory adjustment of
dreissenid mussels (Dreissena polymorpha and D. bugensis) in response to chronic turbidity.
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci.53(7):1626-1631.
Thorp, J. H., A. R. Black, J.D. Jack, and A. F. Casper. 1996. Pelagic enclosures – modification and
use for experimental study of riverine plankton. Archiv. für Hydrobiologie, Supplement 113,
Large Rivers 10:583-589.
Jack, J.D. and J.H. Thorp. 1995. Daphnia lumholtzi: appearance and likely impacts of an exotic
cladoceran in the Ohio River. Trans. Kentucky Acad. Sci. 56(3/4):101-103.
Thorp, J. H., A. R. Black, K. H. Haag, and J. D. Wehr. 1994. Zooplankton assemblages in the Ohio
River: seasonal, tributary, and navigation dam effects. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51:1634-
1643.
Thorp, J. H., J. E. Alexander, K. S. Greenwood. A. F. Casper, R. K. Kessler, A. R. Black, W. Fang,
A. F. Westin, R. B. Summers, T. W. Sellers, and B. Lewis. 1994. Predicting the success of
riverine populations of zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) – a case history of early
colonization and microhabitat distribution in the Ohio River. Pages 457-476 in: A. H. Miller
(ed.), Proceedings of the Fourth International Zebra Mussel Conference, March 7-10, 1994,
Madison, WI. University of Wisconsin System, Sea Grant Institute, 718 p.
Thorp, J. H. and M. D. Delong. 1994. The riverine productivity model: an heuristic view of carbon
sources and organic processing in large river ecosystems. Oikos 70(2):305-308.
Alexander, J. E., Jr., J. H. Thorp, and R. D. Fell. 1994. Turbidity and temperature effects on oxygen
consumption in zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 51(1):179-
184.
Delong, M. D., R. B. Summers, and J. H. Thorp. 1993. Influence of food type on the growth of a
riverine amphipod, Gammarus fasciatus. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 50(9):1891-1896.
Delong, M.D., J.H. Thorp, and K. H. Haag. 1993. New device for sampling macroinvertebrates
from woody debris (snags) in nearshore areas of aquatic systems. Am. Midl. Nat.
130(2):413-417.
Kessler, R. K. and J. H. Thorp. 1993. Microhabitat segregation of the threatened spotted darter
(Etheostoma maculatum) and closely related orangefin darter (E. bellum). Can. J. Fish.
Aquat. Sci. 50(5):1084-1091.
Thorp, J. H. 1992. Linkage between islands and benthos in the Ohio River, with implications for
riverine management. Can. J. Fish. Aquatic Sci. 49(9):1873-1882.
Georgian, T. and J. H. Thorp. 1992. Effects of microhabitat selection on feeding rates of netspinning
caddisfly larvae. Ecology 73:229-240.
Mellett, B. J., R. W. Bosserman, and J. H. Thorp. 1992. Use of fractal dimension to analyze
meandering patterns in the Redbird River of eastern Kentucky. Trans. Kentucky Acad. Sci.
53(1-2):46-49.
Haag, K. H. and J. H. Thorp. 1991. Cross-channel distribution patterns of invertebrate benthos in
a regulated reach of the Tennessee River. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management
6:225-233.
Thorp, J. H., L. D. Goldsmith, J. A. Polgreen, and L. M. Mayer. 1989. Foraging patterns of nesting
and non-nesting sunfish (Centrarchidae: Lepomis auritus and L. gibbosus). Can. J. Fish.
Aquatic Sci. 46:1342-1346.
Mayack, D. T., J. H. Thorp, M. Cothran. 1989. Effects of burial and floodplain retention on stream
processing of allochthonous litter. Oikos 54:378-388.
Thorp, J. H. 1988. Patches and the responses of lake benthos to sunfish nest-building. Oecologia
76(2):168-174.
Thorp, J. H., J. B. Wallace, and T. J. Georgian, Jr. 1986. Untangling the web of caddisfly evolution
and distribution. Oikos 47(2):253-256.
Thorp, J. H. 1986. Two distinct roles for predators in freshwater assemblages. Oikos 47(1): 75-82.
Thorp, J.H. and S. P. Gloss. 1986. Field and laboratory tests on acute toxicity of cadmium to
freshwater crayfish. Bull. Environ. Contam. & Toxicol. 37:355-361.
Thorp, J. H., E. M. McEwan, M. F. Flynn, and F. R. Hauer. 1985. Invertebrate colonization of
submerged wood in a cypress-tupelo swamp and blackwater stream. Amer. Midl. Nat.
113:56-68.
Cothran, M. L. and J. H. Thorp. 1985. Tests of prey preference and switching behavior of the
dragonfly Celithemis fasciata. Oikos 44(2):350-355.
Diggins, M. R. and J. H. Thorp. 1985. Winter-spring depth distribution of Chironomidae in a
southeastern reservoir. Freshwat. Invertebr. Biol. 4(1):8-21.
Thorp, J. H. and M. L. Cothran. 1984. Regulation of freshwater community structure at multiple
intensities of dragonfly predation. Ecology 65(5): 1546-1555.
Thorp, J. H. 1984. Evolutionary differentiation of caddisfly catchnets: perspectives on the roles
of competition and predation. Oikos 43:121-125.
Thorp, J. H. 1984. Theory and practice in crayfish communication studies. J. Chem. Ecol.
10(8):1283-1288.
Thorp, J. H. 1983. An evaluation of hypotheses on the evolutionary differentiation of catchnets
in net-spinning caddisflies (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae). Oikos 40(2):308-312.
Thorp, J. H. and R. K. Chesser. 1983. Seasonal responses of lentic midge assemblages to
environmental gradients. Holarctic Ecology 6(2):123-132.
Cothran, M. L. and J. H. Thorp. 1982. Emergence and size variation of Odonata in a thermal
reservoir. Freshwat. Invertebr. Biol. 1(4): 30-39.
Gresens, S. E., M. L. Cothran and J. H. Thorp. 1982. The influence of temperature on the
functional responses of the dragonfly Celithemis fasciata (Odonata: Libellulidae).
Oecologia 53:281-284.
Thorp, J. H. and M. L. Cothran. 1982. Floating field microcosms for studying benthic
communities. Freshwater Invertebrate Biology 1(1):44-49.
Thorp, J. H. and H. Itagaki. 1982. Verification versus falsification of existing theory: analysis of
possible chemical communication in crayfish. J. Chem. Ecol. 8(7):1073-1077.
Thorp, J. H. and M. R. Diggins. 1982. Factors affecting depth distribution of dragonflies and other
benthic insects in a thermally destabilized reservoir. Hydrobiologia 87:33-44.
Thorp, J. H. and E. A. Bergey. 1981. Field experiments on interactions between vertebrate
predators and larval midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) in the littoral zone of a reservoir.
Oecologia 50:285-290.
Itagaki, H. and J. H. Thorp. 1981. Laboratory experiments to determine if crayfish can
communicate in a flow-through system. J. Chem. Ecol. 7(1): 115-126.
Thorp, J. H. and E. A. Bergey. 1981. Field experiments on responses of a freshwater, benthic
macroinvertebrate community to vertebrate predators. Ecology 62(2): 365-375.
Thorp, J. H. and S. A. Winewriter. 1981. Stress and growth response of juvenile crayfish to
rhythmic and arrhythmic temperature fluctuations. Arch. Environ. Contam. & Toxicol.
10:69-77.
Caldwell, J. P., J. H. Thorp, and T. O. Jervey. 1980. Predator-prey relationships among larval
dragonflies, salamanders and frogs. Oecologia 46(3):285-289.
Thorp, J. H., J. P. Giesy and S. A. Winewriter. 1979. Effects of chronic cadmium exposure on
crayfish survival, growth, and tolerance to elevated temperature. Arch. Environ. Contam. &
Toxicol. 8:449-456.
Thorp, J. H. 1978. Agonistic behavior in crayfish in relation to temperature and reproductive
period. Oecologia 36(3):273-280.
Thorp, J. H. and K. S. Ammerman. 1978. Chemical communication and agonism in the crayfish
Procambarus a. acutus. Amer. Midl. Nat. 100(2):471-474.
Thorp, J. H. 1976. Interference competition as a mechanism of coexistence between two
sympatric species of the grass shrimp Palaemonetes (Decapoda: Palaemonidae).
J. Exp. Mar. Biol. & Ecol. 25:19-35.
Thorp, J. H. and D. E. Hoss. 1975. Effects of salinity and cyclic temperature on survival of two
sympatric species of grass shrimp (Palaemonetes) and their relationship to natural
distributions. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. and Ecol. 18:19-28.
Thorp, J. H. and G. T. Barthalmus. 1975. Effects of crowding on growth rate and symbiosis in green hydra. Ecology 56:206-212.
Other Publications (5):
Poff, L., J. Thorp, and S. Stanley. 2012. Conceptual model. Chapter 2, Pages 5-15 in: Healthy
watersheds integrated assessments workshop synthesis. EPA/600/R-11/207. 66 p.
Flotemersch, J.E., J.H. Thorp, and B.S. Williams. 2010. Application of the Riverine Ecosystem
Synthesis (RES) and the Functional Process zone (FPZ) approach to EPA environmental
mission tasks for rivers. U.S. EPA, Office of Research and Development. 20 p.
Thorp, J.H., J.A. Stanford, M.C. Thoms, and G.E. Petts. 2007. Editorial: Global partnerships and
the International Society for River Science (ISRS). River Res. and Applications 23:1-5.
Alexander, J.E., Jr., J.H. Thorp, and J.C. Smith. 1997. Biology and potential impact of zebra
mussels in large rivers. American Water Works Association Research Foundation 104 p.
Hobbs, H. H., III, J.H. Thorp, and G. E. Anderson. 1976. The freshwater decapod crustaceans
(Palaemonidae, Cambaridae) of the Savannah River Plant, South Carolina. Public. of
SR-Nat. Environ. Res. Park. 63 p.

Published Reviews (10):

Thorp, J.H. . [For CHOICE (Current Reviews for Academic Libraries; also on Amazon.com, etc.)]
• 2015: Darnell, R. 2015. The American sea. Texas A&M Univ., 554 p.
• 2015: Spitzer, M. Return of the gar. Univ. of North Texas Press, 237 p.
• 2013: Thompson, D.M. The quest for the golden trout: environmental loss and America’s
iconic fish. University Press of New England, 311 p.
• 2013. Goldman, C.R. et al. (eds.). Climatic change and global warming of inland waters:
impacts and mitigation for ecosystems and societies. Wiley-Blackwell, 472 p.
• 2012. Reynolds, J. et al. Management of freshwater biodiversity: crayfish as bioindicators,
Cambridge, 374 p.
• 2011. Wohl, E. A word of rivers: environmental change on ten of the world’s great rivers.
Univ. of Chicago Press, 359 p
• 2009. Minckley, W.L. and P.C. Marsh. Inland fishes of the greater southwest: chronicle of
a vanishing biota. University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 426p .
• 2009. Stromberg, J.C. and B. Tellman. Ecology and conservation of the San Pedro River.
University of Arizona Press, Tucson.
• 2009. S.M. Haslam. The riverscape and the river. Cambridge Press. 404 p.
Thorp, J.H. 2001. R.T. Dillon, Jr. The ecology of freshwater molluscs. Cambridge Univ. Press.
509 p. [For: Quarterly Review of Biology 76(1):102.]
Thorp, J. H. 1989. S. R. Carpenter (editor), Complex interactions in lake communities, Springer-
Verlag, New York. [For: J. North Am. Benthol. Soc. 8:370-371.]