Selected Reviewed Publications:
Steinmetz, J., D.A. Soluk, and S.L. Kohler. 2008. Facilitation between herons and smallmouth Bass foraging on common prey. ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES. 81:51-61.
Herwig, B.R., David H. Wahl, John M. Dettmers, and D.A. Soluk. 2007. Spatial and temporal patterns in the food web structure of a large floodplain river assessed using stable isotopes. CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES. 64:495-508.
Pintor, L.M. and D.A. Soluk. 2006. Evaluating the non-consumptive, positive effects of a predator in the persistence of an endangered species. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION. 130: 584-591.
Foster, S.E. and D.A. Soluk. 2006. Protecting more than the wetland: the importance of biased sex ratios and habitat segregation for conservation of the Hine's emerald dragonfly, Somatochlora hineana Williamson. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION. 127:158-166.
Vance-Chalcraft, H.D. and D.A. Soluk. 2005. Estimating the prevalence and strength of non-independent predator effects. OECOLOGIA. 146:452-460.
Vance-Chalcraft, H.D. and D.A. Soluk. 2005. Multiple predator effects result in risk reduction for the prey across multiple prey densities. OECOLOGIA. 144:472-480.
Vance-Chalcraft, H.D., D.A. Soluk, and N. Ozburn. 2004. Is prey predation risk influenced
more by increasing predator density or predator species richness in stream enclosures? OECOLOGIA. 139:117-122.
Herwig, B.R., D.A. Soluk, J.M. Dettmers, and D.H. Wahl. 2004. Trophic structure and energy flow in backwater habitats of two large floodplain rivers assessed using stable isotopes: A comparison with other aquatic habitats. CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES. 61:12-22.
Foster, S.E. and D.A. Soluk. 2004. Evaluating exuvia collection as a management tool for the federally endangered Hine’s Emerald Dragonfly, Somatochlora hineana. BioloGical Conservation. 118:15-20.
Steinmetz, J.A., S.L. Kohler, and D.A. Soluk. 2003. Experimental manipulation of great blue heron and belted kingfisher predation rates on stream fish. pp. 314-321 in I.G. COWX ED., INTERACTION BETWEEN FISH AND BIRDS: IMPLICATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT. Oxford: Fishing News Books, Blackwell.
Steinmetz, J., S.L. Kohler, and D.A. Soluk. 2003. Birds are overlooked top-predators in aquatic food webs. ECOLOGY 84:1324-1328.
Caceres, C.E. and D.A. Soluk. 2002. Blowing in the wind: a field test of overland dispersal and colonization by aquatic invertebrates. OECOLOGIA. 131:402-408.
Dettmers, J.M., S. Gutreuter , D.H. Wahl, and D.A. Soluk. 2001. Patterns of abundance of fishes in the main channels of the upper Mississippi River system. CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES 58: 933-942.
Dettmers, J.M., D.H. Wahl, D.A. Soluk and S. Gutreuter. 2001. Life in the fast lane: fish and food web structure in the main channel of large rivers. JOURNAL OF THE NORTH AMERICAN BENTHOLOGICAL SOCIETY. 20:255-265.
Swisher, B.J., D.A. Soluk, and D.H. Wahl. 1998. Non-additive predation in littoral habitats: influences of habitat complexity and behavior. OIKOS 81:30-37.
Soluk, D.A. and J.S. Richardson. 1997. The role of stoneflies in enhancing growth of trout: a test of the importance of predator-predator facilitation within a stream community. OIKOS 80:214-219.
Soluk, D.A. 1993. Multiple predator effects: predicting combined functional response of stream fish and invertebrate predators. ECOLOGY 74(1):219-225.
Soluk, D.A. and D.A. Craig. 1990. Digging with a vortex: flow manipulation facilitates prey capture by the psammophilous mayfly Pseudiron centralis. LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY 35:1201-1206.
Soluk, D.A. 1990. Postmolt susceptibility of Ephemerella larvae to predatory stoneflies: constraints on defensive armour. OIKOS 58:336-342.
Soluk, D.A. and N.C. Collins. 1988. Balancing risks? Responses and non-responses of mayfly larvae to fish and stonefly predators. OECOLOGIA 77:370-374.
Soluk, D.A. and N.C. Collins. 1988. A mechanism for interference between stream predators: responses of the stonefly Agnetina capitata to the presence of sculpins. OECOLOGIA 76:630-632.
Soluk, D.A. and D.A. Craig. 1988. Vortex-feeding from pits in the sand: an unique method of suspension-feeding used by a stream invertebrate. LIMNOLOGY AND OCEANOGRAPHY 33(4):638-645.
Soluk, D.A. and N.C. Collins. 1988. Synergistic interactions between fish and stoneflies: facilitation and interference among stream predators. OIKOS 52:94-100.
Addicott, J.F.; J.M. Aho; M.F. Antolin; D.K. Padilla; J.S. Richardson; and D.A. Soluk. 1987. Ecological neighborhoods: scaling environmental patterns. OIKOS 49:340-346.
Soluk, D.A. 1985. Macroinvertebrate abundance and production of psammophilous Chironomidae in shifting sand areas of a lowland river. CANADIAN JOURNAL OF FISHERIES AND AQUATIC SCIENCES 42(7):1296-1302.