Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Units Program: Massachusetts
Education, Research and Technical Assistance for Managing Our Natural Resources

Massachusetts Staff Member


Dr. Allison Roy

Dr. Allison Roy

Unit Leader
Phone: (413) 545 - 4895
Email: aroy@usgs.gov
Faculty Email: aroy@eco.umass.edu
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Education

  • Ph D The University of Georgia 2004
  • MS The University of Georgia 2000
  • BS Allegheny College 1998

Biography

Dr. Roy joined the Massachusetts Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Unit in 2012 as Assistant Unit Leader of Fisheries and became Unit Leader in 2020. She received her MS and PhD degrees from the University of Georgia and worked at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Kutztown University before joining the U.S. Geological Survey. Her research broadly revolves around characterizing anthropogenic impacts on aquatic ecosystems and identifying conservation strategies for effectively protecting and restoring watersheds. The growing human population continues to constrain biotic assemblages in a variety of ways and understanding the mechanisms by which urbanization and its associated stressors result in degraded fish and macroinvertebrate assemblages is an overarching challenge of her research program. She examines effects of altered hydrology, temperature, habitat, water quality, and food resources on biota (fishes, macroinvertebrates, freshwater mussels), assesses responses of aquatic ecosystems to restoration (e.g., forested riparian buffers, green infrastructure, dam removal), and develops frameworks to inform decision-making for watershed and species conservation and management. At the University of Massachusetts Amherst, Dr. Roy teaches Research Concepts for first-year graduate students and Aquatic Ecology for advanced undergraduate and graduate students.

Areas of Expertise

Anthropogenic Impacts, Aquatic Ecology, Biodiversity, Ecological Flows, Entomology, Fisheries Management, Landscape Ecology, Managed Flows/Hydrology, Population and Community Ecology, Species Management, Stream Ecology, T&E Species Management, Urban Ecology, Water Quality

Taxon Groups Studied

Anadromous Fishes, Freshwater Fishes, Invertebrates/Insects, Mussels, Species of Greatest Conservation Need

Research Publications Publication Date
Zaidel, P.A., A.H. Roy, K.M. Houle, B. Lambert, B.H. Letcher, K.H. Nislow, and C. Smith. 2020. Impacts of small dams on stream temperature. Ecological Indicators. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecolind.2020.106878 | Publisher Website September 2020
Wenger, S.J., A.H. Roy, C.R. Jackson, E.S. Bernhardt, T.L. Carter, S. Filoso, C.A. Gibson, N.B. Grimm, W.C. Hession, S.S. Kaushal, E. Marti, J.L. Meyer, M.A. Palmer, M.J. Paul, A.H. Purcell, A. Ramirez, A.D. Rosemond, K.A. Schofield, T.R. Schueler, E.B. Sudduth, and C.J. Walsh. 2009. Twenty-six priority urban stream ecology research questions. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28(4):1080-1097. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website December 2009
Weinstein, S.Y., J.A. Coombs, K.H. Nislow, C. Riley, A.H. Roy, and A.R. Whiteley. 2019. Evaluating the effects of barriers on Slimy Sculpin (Cottus cognatus) movement and population connectivity using novel sibship-based and traditional genetic metrics. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 148: 1117-1131. DOI: 10.1002/tafs.10202 | Download | Publisher Website October 2019
Walters, D.M., A.H. Roy, and D.S. Leigh. 2009. Environmental indicators of macroinvertebrate and fish assemblage integrity in urbanizing watersheds. Ecological Indicators 9:1222-1233. | Abstract | Publisher Website November 2009
Walsh, C.J., D.B. Booth, M.J. Burns, T.D. Fletcher, R.L. Hale, L.N. Hoang, G. Livingston, M.A. Rippy, A.H. Roy, M. Scoggins, and A. Wallace. 2016. Principles for urban stormwater management to protect stream ecosystems. Freshwater Science 35:398-411. January 2016
Walsh, C.J., A.H. Roy, J.W. Feminella, P.D. Cottingham, P.M. Groffman, and R.P. Morgan II. 2005. The urban stream syndrome: current knowledge and the search for a cure. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 24:706-723. | Abstract | Publisher Website September 2005
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 2014. Best practices for continuous monitoring of temperature and flow in wadeable streams. Global Change Research Program, National Center for Environmental Assessment, Washington, DC. EPA/600/R-13/170F | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website September 2014
Thurston, H.W., M.A. Taylor, W.D. Shuster, A.H. Roy, and M.A. Morrison. 2010. Using a reverse auction to promote household level stormwater control. Environmental Science and Policy 13:405-414. | Abstract | Publisher Website August 2010
Sterrett, S., A. Roy, P. Hazelton, B. Watson, B. Swartz, T.R. Russ, L. Holst, M. Marchand, J. Wisniewski, M. Ashton, and B. Wicklow. 2018. Brook Floater Rapid Assessment Monitoring Protocol. U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Cooperator Science Series FWS/CSS-132-2018, Washington, D.C. | Publisher Website September 2018
Sterrett, S., A. Roy, P. Hazelton, B. Swartz, E. Nedeau, J. Carmignani, and A. Skorupa. 2022. Standard Operating Protocol for Mark and Recapture Monitoring of Brook Floater in Streams. U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Cooperator Science Series FWS/CSS-142-2022, Washington, D. C. https://doi.org/10.3996/css67282137 | Publisher Website July 2022
Steiner, C.F. and A.H. Roy. 2003. Seasonal succession in fishless ponds: effects of enrichment and invertebrate predators on zooplankton community structure. Hydrobiologia 490: 125-134. | Abstract | Publisher Website January 2003
Stacy, J., R.L. Ryan, A.H. Roy, and A. Milman. 2021. Homeowners' willingness to adopt environmentally beneficial landscape practices in an urbanizing watershed. Cities and the Environment 14(1). DOI: 10.15365/cate.2021.140102 | Publisher Website July 2021
Skorupa, A.J., D. Perkins, A.H. Roy, and J.E. Ryan. 2023. Watershed selection to support freshwater mussel restoration: An open-loop decision guide. U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Cooperator Science Series FWS/149-2023, Washington, DC. https://doi.org/10.3996/css85533320 | Publisher Website May 2023
Skorupa, A.J., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D. Perkins, and T. Warren. 2022. Evaluation of host fishes for the Brook Floater (Alasmidonta varicosa) from populations in Massachusetts and Maine. Freshwater Mollusk Biology and Conservation 25:91-102. DOI:10.31931/fmbc-d-21-00011 | Download | Publisher Website November 2022
Skorupa, A.J., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D. Perkins, T. Warren, and B.S. Cheng. Submitted. Food and water quality impact in situ growth of a freshwater mussel: implications for population restoration. Freshwater Science. | Download April 2024
Skorupa, A.J., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D. Perkins, T. Warren, and A. Fisk. 2024. Abundance of five sympatric stream dwelling mussels varies with physical habitat. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. https://doi.org/10.1002/aqc.4069 | Download | Publisher Website January 2024
Shuster, W.D., Y. Zhang, A.H. Roy, F.B. Daniel, and M. Troyer. 2008. Characterizing storm hydrograph rise and fall dynamics with stream stage data. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 44:1431-1440. | Abstract | Publisher Website October 2008
Shuster, W.D., A.S. Garmestani, O.O. Green, L.K. Rhea, A.H. Roy, and H.W. Thurston. 2013. Catchment-scale stormwater management via economic incentives-- an overview and lessons-learned. Proceedings of the 8th International Conference of Novatech. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website June 2013
Shuster, W.D., A.H. Roy, H.W. Thurston, M. Morrison, M. Taylor, and M. Clagett. 2008. Implementation of retrofit best management practices in a suburban watershed (Cincinnati OH) via economic incentives. Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage, August 31-September 5, 2008, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website August 2008
Scoggins, M., D.B. Booth, M. Fork, R. Hale, R.J. Hawley, A.H. Roy, E.E. Bilger, N. Bond, M.J. Burns, T. Fletcher, A. Gonzalez, K.G. Hopkins, K.H. Macneale, E. Marti, S.K. McKay, M.W. Neale, M.J. Pail, B. Rios-Touma, K.L. Russell, R.F. Smith, S. Wenger, and S. Wagner. 2022. Community-powered urban stream restoration: A framework for sustainable and resilient urban ecosystems. Freshwater Science 41: 404-419. https://doi.org/10.1086/721150 | Publisher Website September 2022
Ryan, J.E., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D.L. Perkins, T. Warren, C. Walsh, and R. Wick. 2022 Assessing methods for mitigating fungal contamination in freshwater mussel in vitro propagation. Hydrobiologia 849:2487-2501. DOI: 10.1007/s10750-022-04865-1 | Download April 2022
Roy, A.H., S.J. Wenger, T.D. Fletcher, C.J. Walsh, A.R. Ladson, W.D. Shuster, H.W. Thurston, and R.R. Brown. 2008. Impediments and solutions to sustainable, watershed-scale urban stormwater management: lessons from Australia and the United States. Environmental Management 42:344-359. | Abstract | Publisher Website August 2008
Roy, A.H., M.J. Paul, and S.J. Wenger. 2010. Chapter 16: Urban Stream Ecology. Pages 341-352 In J A Aitkenhead-Peterson and A Volder (eds). Urban Ecosystem Ecology. Agronomy Monograph 55, American Society of Agronomy, Madison, WI. | Abstract | Publisher Website January 2010
Roy, A.H., M.C. Freeman, J.L. Meyer, and D.S. Leigh. 2003. Development patterns in upland and riparian areas in the Etowah River basin. Proceedings of the 2003 Georgia Water Resources Conference, April 23-24, 2003, at the University of Georgia, Kathryn J. Hatcher, Editor, Institute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia | Abstract | Publisher Website April 2003
Roy, A.H., M.C. Freeman, B.J. Freeman, S.J. Wenger, W.E. Ensign, and J.L. Meyer. 2006. Importance of riparian forests in urbanizing watersheds contingent on sediment and hydrologic regimes. Environmental Management 37:523-539. | Abstract | Publisher Website April 2006
Roy, A.H., M.C. Freeman, B.J. Freeman, S.J. Wenger, W.E. Ensign, and J.L. Meyer. 2005. Investigating hydrologic alteration as a mechanism of fish assemblage shifts in urbanizing streams. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 24:656-678. | Abstract | Publisher Website September 2005
Roy, A.H., L.K. Rhea, A.L. Mayer, W.D. Shuster, J.J. Beaulieu, M.E. Hopton, M.A. Morrison, and A. St. Amand. 2014. How much is enough? Minimal responses of water quality and stream biota to partial retrofit stormwater management in a suburban neighborhood. PLoS ONE 9: e85011 | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website January 2014
Roy, A.H., K.A. Capps, R.W. El-Sabaawi, K.L. Jones, T.B. Parr, A. Ramirez, R.F. Smith, C.J. Walsh, and S.J. Wenger. 2016. Urbanization and stream ecology: Diverse mechanisms of change. Freshwater Science 35:272-277. January 2016
Roy, A.H., E. Bjerre, J. Cummings, K. Kalasz, J. Carmignani, P. Hazelton, M. Kern, D. Perkins, L. Saucier, A. Skorupa, R. Katz, and C.C. Coghlan. 2022. Brook floater restoration: Identifying locations to reintroduce or augment populations with propagated mussels. U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Cooperator Science Series.FWS/CSS-141-2022. doi.org/10.3996/css40468057 | Publisher Website March 2022
Roy, A.H., C.L. Faust, M.C. Freeman, and J.L. Meyer. 2005. Reach-scale effects of riparian forest cover on urbanizing stream ecosystems. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62: 2312-2329. | Abstract | Publisher Website October 2005
Roy, A.H., B.J. Freeman, and M.C. Freeman. 2007. Riparian influences on stream fish assemblage structure in urbanizing streams. Landscape Ecology 22:385-402. | Abstract | Publisher Website March 2007
Roy, A.H., A.L. Mayer, W.D. Shuster, H.W. Thurston, N.T. Hoagland, M.P. Clagett, P.K. Parikh, and M.A. Taylor. 2005. A multidisciplinary approach to stormwater management at the watershed scale. Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Urban Drainage, August 21-26, 2005, Copenhagen, Denmark. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website August 2005
Roy, A.H., A.L. Dybas, K.M. Fritz, and H.R. Lubbers. 2009. Patterns of headwater stream loss with urbanization. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28(4):911-928. | Abstract | Download | Publisher Website December 2009
Roy, A.H., A.H. Purcell, C.J. Walsh, and S.J. Wenger. 2009. Urbanization and stream ecology: five years later. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 28(4):908-910. | Publisher Website December 2009
Roy, A.H., A.D. Rosemond, D.S. Leigh, M.J. Paul, and J.B. Wallace. 2003. Stream macroinvertebrate response to catchment urbanisation (Georgia, USA). Freshwater Biology 48: 329-346. | Abstract | Publisher Website February 2003
Roy, A.H., A.D. Rosemond, D.S. Leigh, M.J. Paul, and J.B. Wallace. 2003. Habitat-specific responses of macroinvertebrates to land cover disturbance: biological consequences and monitoring implications. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 22:292-307. | Abstract | Publisher Website June 2003
Roy, A.H., A.D. Rosemond, D.S. Leigh, M.J. Paul, and J.B. Wallace. 2001. Effects of changing land use on macroinvertebrate integrity: identifying indicators of water quality impairment. Proceedings of the 2001 Georgia Water Resources Conference, March 26-27, 2001, at the University of Georgia, Kathryn J. Hatcher, Editor, Institute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. | Publisher Website March 2001
Roy, A.H. and W.D. Shuster. 2009. Assessing impervious surface connectivity and applications for watershed management. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 45:198-209. | Abstract | Publisher Website February 2009
Rosset, J., A.H. Roy, B. Gahagan, A. Whiteley, M. Armstrong, J. Sheppard, and A. Jordaan. 2017. Temporal patterns of river herring migration and spawning in coastal Massachusetts. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 146:1101-1114. DOI: 10.1080/00028487.2017.1341851 | Publisher Website September 2017
Mayer, A.L., W.D. Shuster, J.J. Beaulieu, M.E. Hopton, L.K. Rhea, A.H. Roy, and H.W. Thurston. 2012. Building green infrastructure via citizen participation: a six-year study in the Shepherd Creek (Ohio). Environmental Practice 14:57-67. | Abstract | Publisher Website March 2012
Marjadi, M.N., A.H. Roy, M.T. Devine, B.I. Gahagan, A. Jordaan, J. Rosset, and A.R. Whiteley. 2023. Alewife that stay longer mate longer: An investigation of adult freshwater residence time in an anadromous fish species. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 80: 563-576. DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2022-0086 | Publisher Website January 2023
Marjadi, M.N., A.H. Roy, M.G. Slocombe, J.J. Sheppard, S. Batchelder, R. Govostes, and J.K. Llopiz. 2024. A video monitoring and computational system for estimating juvenile fish abundance. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods. https://doi.org/10.1002/lom3.10607 | Download March 2024
Marjadi, M.N., A.H. Roy, A. Jordaan, B.I. Gahagan, M.P. Armstrong, and A.R. Whiteley. 2019. Larger body size and earlier run timing increase alewife reproductive success in a whole lake experiment. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76:1134-1146. DOI: 10.1139/cjfas-2017-0451 | Publisher Website July 2019
Ludlam, J.P. and A.H. Roy. 2020. Understanding effects of small dams on benthic metabolism and primary production in temperate forested streams. Fundamental and Applied Limnology. DOI: 10.1127/fal/2020/1260 | Publisher Website January 2020
Leigh, D.S., M.C. Freeman, B.J. Freeman, E.A. Kramer, C.M. Pringle, A.D. Rosemond, M.J. Paul, D.M. Walters, A.H. Roy, C.P. Lo. 2001. Overview of land cover and geomorphic indicators of biotic integrity in the Etowah River basin, Georgia. Proceedings of the 2001 Georgia Water Resources Conference, March 26-27, 2001, at the University of Georgia, Kathryn J. Hatcher, Editor, Institute of Ecology, The University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia. | Publisher Website March 2001
Legett, H.D., A. Jordaan, A.H. Roy, J.J. Sheppard, M. Somos-Valenzuela, and M.D. Staudinger. 2021. Daily patterns of river herring (Alosa spp.) spawning migrations: environmental drivers and variation among coastal streams in Massachusetts. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. https://doi.org/10.1002/tafs.10301 | Publisher Website May 2021
Kumar, A., A.H. Roy, K. Andreadis, X. He, and C. Butler. 2024. LakeLevel Tracker: A Google Earth Engine-based web application for characterizing lake water levels. LakeLine 43(4): 21-25. | Download | Publisher Website January 2024
Kumar, A. A.H. Roy, K. Andreadis, X. He, and C. Butler. Submitted. A multi-sensor approach to characterize winter water level drawdown patterns in lakes. Remote Sensing 16:947. https://doi.org/10.3390/rs16060947 | Publisher Website March 2024
Kaushal, S.S., M.J. Fork, R.J. Hawley, K.G. Hopkins, B. Rios-Touma, and A.H. Roy. 2023. Stream restoration milestones: monitoring scales determine successes and failures. Urban Ecosystems. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11252-023-01370-8 | Publisher Website May 2023
Katz, R., E. Grant, M. Runge, B. Connery, M. Crockett, E. Herland, S. Johnson, D. Kirk, J. Wofford, R. Bennett, K. Nislow, M. Norris, D. Hocking, B. Letcher, A. Roy. 2014. Making decisions in complex landscapes: Headwater stream management across multiple federal agencies. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Conservation Training Center, Structured Decision Making Workshop Report. | Download | Publisher Website November 2014
Jane, S. F., A. H. Roy, P. D. Hazelton, T. A. Richards, J. T. Finn, and T. O. Randhir. 2016. Establishing links between streamflow and ecological integrity in the Sudbury River. U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Cooperator Science Series FWS/CSS-122-2016, Washington, D.C. | Publisher Website December 2016
Jackson, J.K., S.A. Entrekin, H.S. Greig, and A.H. Roy. 2023. Atlantic Rivers-- Northeast United States. Chapter 2 in Delong, M., T. Jardine, A. Benke, and C. Cushing (editors). Rivers of North America. Second Edition. Elsevier. ISBN: 9780128188477 | Publisher Website April 2023
He, Xinchen, K. Andreadis, A.H. Roy, A. Kumar, and C. Butler. 2023. Developing a hydrological modeling framework for lake water level drawdown management. Journal of Environmental Management 345: 118744. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jenvman.2023.118744 | Download | Publisher Website September 2023
Freeman, MC, KR Bestgen, D Carlisle, EA Frimpong, NR Franssen, KB Gido, ER Irwin, Y Kanno, C Luce, SK McKay, MC Mims, JD Olden, NL Poff, DL Propst, L Rack, AH Roy, E Stowe, A Walters, and SJ Wenger. 2022. Towards improved understanding of streamflow effects on freshwater fishes. Fisheries 47:290-298. https://doi.org/10.1002/fsh.10731 | Download | Publisher Website March 2022
Fork, M.L., K.G. Hopkins, J. Chappell, R. Hawley, S. Kaushal, B. Murphy, B. Rios-Touma, and A.H. Roy. 2022. Urbanization and stream ecology: Moving the bar on multidisciplinary solutions to wicked urban stream problems. Freshwater Science 41:398-403. https://doi.org/10.1086/721470 | Download | Publisher Website September 2022
Engman, A.C. and A.H. Roy. 2023. Fishes and Aquatic Invertebrates. Chapter IIIF in Nilon, C. and M. Aronson (eds). Routledge Handbook of Urban Diversity. London, UK: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781003016120 | Publisher Website October 2023
Devine, M.T., J. Rosset, A.H. Roy, B.I. Gahagan, M.P. Armstrong, A.R. Whiteley, A. Jordaan. 2020. Feeling the squeeze: Adult run size and habitat availability limit juvenile river herring densities in lakes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 150:207-221. DOI: 10.1002/tafs.10282 | Download | Publisher Website November 2020
Devine, M.T., A.H. Roy, A.R. Whiteley, B.I. Gahagan, M.P. Armstrong, and A. Jordaan. 2018. Precision and effectiveness of a purse seine for sampling age-0 river herring in lakes. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. DOI: 10.1002/nafm.10065 | Publisher Website March 2018
Craig, L.S., J.D. Olden, A.H. Arthington, S. Entrekin, C.P. Hawkins, J.J. Kelly, T.A. Kennedy, B.M., Maitland, E.J. Rosi, A.H. Roy, D.L. Strayer, J.L. Tank, A.O. West, and M.S. Wooten. 2017. Meeting the challenge of interacting threats in freshwater ecosystems: A call to scientists and managers. Elementa 5:72. DOI: 10.1525/elementa.256 | Publisher Website December 2017
Clinton, S.M, J. Hartman, K.H. Macneale, and A.H. Roy. 2022. Stream macroinvertebrate reintroductions: A cautionary approach for restored urban streams. Freshwater Science 41:507-520. https://doi.org/10.1086/721471 | Download | Publisher Website September 2022
Cheney, K.N., A.H. Roy, R.F. Smith, and R.E. DeWalt. 2019. Effects of stream temperature and substrate type on emergence patterns of Plecoptera and Trichoptera from Northeastern United States headwater streams. Environmental Entomology 48:1349-1359. DOI: 10.1093/ee/nvz106 | Publisher Website September 2019
Carmignani, J.R., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, and H. Giard. 2019. Annual winter water level drawdowns limit shallow-water mussel densities in small lakes. Freshwater Biology 64:1519-1533. DOI: 10.1111/fwb.13324 | Publisher Website June 2019
Carmignani, J.R., A.H. Roy, J. Stolarski, and T. Richards. 2021. Hydrology of annual winter water level drawdown regimes in recreational lakes of Massachusetts, U.S.A. Lake and Reservoir Management. https://doi.org/10.1080/10402381.2021.1927268 | Publisher Website June 2021
Carmignani, J.R. and A.H. Roy. 2021. Annual winter water level drawdowns influence littoral zone physical habitat structure and macrophytes in Massachusetts lakes. Ecosphere: eo3442. | Publisher Website April 2021
Carmignani, J.R. and A.H. Roy. 2017. Ecological impacts of winter lake drawdowns on lake littoral zones: A review. Aquatic Sciences 79:803-824. DOI 10.1007/s00027-017-0549-9 | Download July 2017
Briel, P., M. Lafont, T.D. Fletcher, and A. Roy. 2007. Aquatic ecosystems (Chapter 20). In T.D. Fletcher and A. Deletic (Editors). Data requirements for integrated urban water management: urban water series—UNESCO - IHP. Taylor and Francis, London, UK. | Publisher Website January 2008
Booth, D.B., A.H. Roy, B. Smith, and K.A. Capps. 2016. Global perspectives on the urban stream syndrome. Freshwater Science 35:412-420. January 2016
Bhaskar, A.S., L. Beesley, M.J. Burns, T.D. Fletcher, P. Hamel, C.E. Oldham, and A.H. Roy. 2016. Will it rise or will it fall? Managing the complex effects of urbanization on baseflow. Freshwater Science 35:293-310. January 2016
Becker, S., S. Jackson, A. Jordaan, and A. Roy. 2018. Impacts of Tidal Road-Stream Crossings on Aquatic Organism Passage. U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Cooperator Science Series FWS/CSS-131-2018, Washington, D.C. | Publisher Website August 2018
Abbott, K.M., P.A. Zaidel, A.H. Roy, K.M. Houle, and K.H. Nislow. 2022. Investigating impacts of small dams and dam removal on dissolved oxygen in streams. PLoS ONE 17: e0277647. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0277647 | Publisher Website November 2022
Abbott, K., A. Roy, and K. Nislow. 2022. Restoring aquatic habitats through dam removal. U.S. Department of Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Cooperator Science Series FWS/148-2022, Washington, DC. https://doi.org/10.3996/css92498424 | Publisher Website November 2022
Project Completion Date
Establishing long-term, continuous monitoring of flow, temperature, and macroinvertebrates at reference streams to quantify potential effects of climate change on stream ecosystems December 2017
The longitudinal extent of thermal alteration downstream of impoundments in Massachusetts streams June 2015
Urbanization and Massachusetts streams: Unpacking the biological effects of impervious cover June 2017
Investigating alewife population dynamics and parent-progeny-relationships in the Parker River towards determining landscape effects on productivity June 2016
Spatial and temporal variation of stream insect emergence in headwater streams May 2014
Making decisions in complex landscapes: headwater stream management across multiple agencies May 2016
Investigating Impacts of Winter Lake Drawdowns on Littoral Ecosystems December 2019
A heads up view of aquatic ecosystem sustainability: understanding the terrestrial landscape scale impacts of urbanization on aquatic biota August 2015
Understanding the factors that influence outdoor residential water conservation: a case study in suburban Boston September 2015
Impacts of Surface Water Supply Reservoirs on Stream Flow and Biota June 2024
Quantifying wetland change following small dam removal in Massachusetts September 2024
Fish habitat suitability and vulnerability to flow and temperature modification July 2028
Yellow Lampmussel Range-Wide Assessment and Conservation April 2026
At-Risk Species Conservation in the Connecticut River August 2024
Advancing conservation and restoration of Brook Floater and associated freshwater mussels December 2024
Scales and drivers of variability in dissolved organic carbon across diverse urban watersheds April 2024
Landscape drivers of freshwater mussel assemblages and imperiled species status: implications for optimal allocation of conservation effort within the Delaware River Basin May 2023
Implementation of the bog turtle conservation plan for the northern population June 2023
Rethinking lake management for invasive plants under future climate: Sensitivity of lake ecosystems to winter water level drawdowns December 2023
Yellow Lampmussel Habitat Assessment in the Connecticut River April 2025
FRAMEWORK FOR PROTECTING AQUATIC BIODIVERSITY IN THE NORTHEAST UNDER CHANGING CLIMATES July 2023
Closing the loop: characterizing habitat requirements, movements, and life stage linkages of river herring in Massachusetts watersheds August 2024
Impacts of winter lake drawdowns on downstream flows and stream ecosystems June 2022
Environmental factors controlling juvenile river herring productivity and emigration May 2023
Dwarf Wedgemussel Propagation and Restoration in the Mid-Atlantic and Northeastern US May 2022
Restoring Aquatic Habitats through Dam Removal June 2023
Yellow Lampmussel Restoration Initiative January 2020
Development of a Rapid Assessment Protocol for Aquatic Passability of Tidally Influenced Road-Stream Crossings September 2017
Interannual Variation in Juvenile River Herring Productivity and Responses to Dam Removal August 2023
Brook Floater Research and Conservation October 2021
Effects of Dam Removal on Stream Ecosystems January 2018
Feasibility and uses for freshwater mussel culture in Massachusetts December 2017
Evaluating freshwater productivity and sampling approaches for juvenile river herring in freshwater lakes and ponds December 2017
Establishing links between stream flow and ecological integrity in the Sudbury River February 2015
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msomeshwar@umass.edu

Sorensen, Jacob
Undergraduate
jasorensen@umass.edu

Stanley, Paul
Undergraduate
pstanley@umass.edu

Stephens, Jacqueline
Master's
jbstephens@umass.edu

Stratton, Mickala
Undergraduate
mdstratton@umass.edu

Trahan-Liptak, Joy
Master's
jtrahanlipta@umass.edu

Truckenbrod, Shelby
PhD
struckenbrod@umass.edu

Presentations Presentation Date
Zaidel, P.A., A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, C.R. Smith, and B.H. Letcher. 2016. Impacts of small, surface-release dams on stream temperature. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 23-25 March 2016, Rockland, ME. March 2016
Zaidel, P.A., A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, C.R. Smith, and B.H. Letcher. 2016. Impacts of small, surface-release dams on stream temperature. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 21-25 May 2016, Sacramento, CA. May 2016
Zaidel, P.A., A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, B.H. Letcher, and C.R. Smith. 2016. Small dam impacts to stream temperature and potential consequences for aquatic biota. Northeast Natural History Conference, 22-24 April 2016, Springfield, MA. April 2016
Zaidel, P.A., A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, B.H. Letcher, K. Houle, B. Lambert, and C.R. Smith. 2018. Small dams can have large thermal effects with negative implications for coldwater species. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 20-24 May 2018, Detroit, MI. May 2018
Zaidel, P.A., A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, B.H. Letcher, K. Houle, B. Lambert, and C.R. Smith. 2017. Tackling the worst first: Variable impacts of dams on stream temperature and dissolved oxygen. 4th Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology, 31 May-3 June 2017, Browns Summit, NC. June 2017
Zaidel, P.A., A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, B.H. Letcher, B. Lambert, K. Houle, and C.R. Smith. 2017. Understanding variation in stream temperature and dissolved oxygen responses to small dams. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 4-9 June 2017, Raleigh, NC. June 2017
Zaidel, P.A., A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, B.H. Letcher, B. Lambert, K. Houle, and C.R. Smith. 2017. Factors explaining observed variation in dam-induced temperature and dissolved oxygen changes in Massachusetts streams. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 14-16 March 2017, Hartford, CT. March 2017
Zaidel, P., A. Roy, K. Nislow, B. Letcher, B. Lambert, K. Houle, and C. Smith. 2016. Assessing the potential for dam removal to restore natural thermal and dissolved oxygen regimes. Society for Ecological Restoration New England Chapter Annual Conference, 14-15 October 2016, Durham, NH. October 2016
Zaidel, P., A. Roy, K. Nislow, B. Letcher, B. Lambert, K. Houle, and C. Smith. 2016. Assessing the potential for dam removal to restore natural thermal and dissolved oxygen regimes. Life Sciences Graduate Research Symposium, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. December 2016
Yarra, A.N., T.A. Richards, and A.H. Roy. 2015. Impacts of thermal and flow alteration on benthic stream macroinvertebrates downstream of water supply reservoirs. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 17-21 May 2015, Milwaukee, WI. May 2015
Yarra, A.N., T.A. Richards, and A.H. Roy. 2015. Impacts of thermal and flow alteration on benthic stream macroinvertebrates downstream of surface water reservoirs in Massachusetts. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 18-20 March 2015, Bartlett, NH. March 2015
Yarra, A.N., T.A. Richards, and A.H. Roy. 2014. Assessing effects of surface water supply reservoirs on stream hydrologic and thermal regimes in Massachusetts. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 26-28 March 2014, Burlington, VT. March 2014
Whiteley, A.R., J. Rosset, B.I. Gahagan, A. Jordaan, and A.H. Roy. 2014. Reproductive success and juvenile growth following and experimental alewife translocation to a Massachusetts pond. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 17-21 August 2014, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. August 2014
Weinstein, S., A.R. Whiteley, and A. Roy. 2016. Slimy sculpin movement before and after dam removal. Northeast Natural History Conference, 22-24 April 2016, Springfield, MA. April 2016
Vineyard, J.A., M.T. Jones, A.H. Roy, and A. Sirois-Pitel. 2023. Bog Turtle (<i>Glyptemys muhlenbergii</i>) population dynamics and response to habitat management in Massachusetts. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Conference, 30 April - 2 May 2023, Hershey, PA. April 2023
Sterrett, S.S., L. Stevenson, M. Endries, P. Hazelton, and A.H. Roy. 2018. Freshwater mussel species distribution models to inform proactive conservation decision making. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 15-17 April 2018, Burlington, VT. April 2018
Sterrett, S.C., L. Stevenson, M. Endries, T.L. Morelli, P.D. Hazelton, and A.H. Roy. 2020. Development of a species distribution model to inform proactive conservation decision making: A case study with a freshwater mussel. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 19-21 April 2020, Long Beach, NJ. April 2020
Sterrett, S.C. and A.H. Roy. 2017. The Brook Floater Working Group: A collaborative initiative aimed at regional population restoration and conservation. Ellipsaria 19(3):20-21. September 2017
Sterrett, S., P.D. Hazelton, A. Doubleday, D. Perkins, A.H. Roy, and M.D. Staudinger. 2017. Brook Floater rangewide conservation and restoration initiative. Meeting of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, 26-30 March 2017, Cleveland, OH. March 2017
Stephens, J., A.H. Roy, A. Jordaan, D. Perkins, and K. Sprankle. 2023. Investigating the role of river herring as hosts for freshwater mussels in the Connecticut River watershed. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 10-14 April 2023, Portland, OR. April 2023
Stephens, J., A. Roy, A. Jordaan, D. Perkins, and K. Sprankle. 2024. Investigating the size and spawning history of river herring within the Connecticut River over the past decade. Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 9 January 2024, Storrs, CT. January 2024
Stephens, J., A. Roy, A. Jordaan, D. Perkins, and K. Sprankle. 2024. Investigating the host role of returning river herring as hosts for freshwater mussels in the Connecticut River watershed. Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference, 21-24 April 2024, Hyannis, MA. April 2024
Stankiewicz, K., J. Carmignani, and A.H. Roy. 2016. Hydrologic characteristics of annual winter water-level drawdowns in Massachusetts lakes. New England Association of Environmental Biologists. 23-25 March 2016, Rockland, ME. March 2016
Stamp, J., M. Craddock, D.J. Isaak, L. Parker, A.H. Roy, Z. Holden, and B.G. Bierwagen. 2013. Guidelines for continuous monitoring of temperature and flow in wadeable streams. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, Jacksonville, FL, 19-23 May 2013. May 2013
Spelman, S.B., K.M. Abbott, J.B. Richardson, and A.H. Roy. 2021. Toxic metal bioaccumulation in dammed streams: Implications for food webs. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 3-11 March 2020, virtual. (poster) March 2021
Sowers, V., A.H. Roy, D. Perkins, P. Hazelton, and T. Warren. 2017. The effect of calcium supplementation on the growth and survival of a freshwater mussel. Joint Meeting of the Southern New England Chapter and Northeast Division of the American Fisheries Society, 26-27 February 2017, Mystic, CT. February 2017
Sowers, V., A.H. Roy, D. Perkins, P. Hazelton, and T. Warren. 2017. The effect of calcium supplementation on the growth and survival of a freshwater mussel. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 14-16 March 2017, Hartford, CT. March 2017
Someshwar, M., J. Burgoff, A. Roy, and A. Jordaan. 2024. Comparing zooplankton communities and juvenile river herring diets and littoral and pelagic habitats. Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference, 21-24 April 2024, Hyannis, MA. April 2024
Someshwar, M., D. Bishop, A.H. Roy, and A. Jordaan. 2022. Interannual differences in the demographics of anadromous juvenile river herring in freshwater and estuarine habitats of a small Massachusetts watershed. Ecological Society of American Annual Meeting, 14-19 August 2022, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. August 2022
Smith, R.F., J. Blaszczak, B. Bledsoe, T. Parr, A.H. Roy, M. Scoggins, R. Utz, and S. Wenger. 2017. A summary of SUSE4: making urban stream rehabilitation a co-evolutionary process. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 4-9 June 2017, Raleigh, NC. June 2017
Smith, R.F., G.C. Gunderson, and A.H. Roy. 2015. Catchment land use and dispersal barriers affect fish and insect assemblage composition in urban streams. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, 9-14, August 2015, Baltimore, MD August 2015
Smith, R.F., A.H. Roy, and R.L. Ryan. 2015. Are conservation lands good for streams? Assessing the spatial relationships of conservation lands to stream ecosystems in Massachusetts. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 18-20 2015, Bartlett, NH. March 2015
Smith, R.F. and A.H. Roy. 2017. Exploring the importance of catchment land use and dispersal barriers for fish and insect assemblage composition in human-dominated landscapes. Meeting of the US Regional Association of the International Association for Landscape Ecology (US-IALE), 9-13 April 2017, Baltimore, MD. April 2017
Smith, R.F. and A.H. Roy. 2015. The effect of dispersal barriers on stream fish and insect assemblages in urban landscapes. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 17-21 May 2015, Milwaukee, WI. May 2015
Smith, R.F. and A.H. Roy. 2014. Thinking outside the shed: Examining landscape characteristics as part of management strategies for sustaining stream ecosystems. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 18-22 May 2014, Portland, OR. May 2014
Smith, R.F. and A.H. Roy. 2014. Landscape and watershed predictors of insect and fish assemblage in Massachusetts streams. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 26-28 March 2014, Burlington, VT. March 2014
Smith, R.F. and A.H. Roy. 2014. How watershed and landscape land use are related should guide investigations of dispersal by stream biota in urbanizing landscapes. Third Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology, 15-17 May 2014, Portland, Oregon. May 2014
Smith, R.F. and A.H. Roy. 2013. Comparing insect and fish assemblage responses to urbanization for sustainable management of stream ecosystems. Annual Meeting of the Entomological Society of America. 10-13 November 2013. November 2013
Smith, C.R., A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, and T.A. Richards. 2015. Investigating the longitudinal extent of thermal alteration downstream of impoundments. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 18-20 March 2015, Bartlett, NH. March 2015
Slocombe, M.G.P., M.N. Marjadi, M. Devine, L.W. Guo, A. Jordaan, and A.H. Roy. 2020. Temporal shifts in migratory river herring diets and zooplankton assemblages within a Connecticut River cove. Southern New England American Fisheries Society Winter Meeting, 13-14 January 2020, Cambridge, MA. January 2020
Slocombe, M.G., M. Marjadi, J.K. Llopiz, J.J. Sheppard, and A.H. Roy. 2019. Collaborating with citizen scientists to count migrating juvenile river herring from videos. Southern New England American Fisheries Society Summer Meeting, 27 June 2019, Hadley, MA. June 2019
Skorupa, A.J., S. Doran, C.E. Dumoulin, A.H. Roy, and D.R. Smith. 2023. Towards a decision support tool for freshwater mussel conservation. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Meeting, 15-17 February 2023, Plymouth, MA. February 2023
Skorupa, A.J., S. Doran, C.E. Dumoulin, A.H. Roy, and D.R. Smith. 2023. Predicting the effect of restoration actions on mussel assemblage habitat: A decision tool to aid practitioners. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 10-14 April 2023, Portland, OR. April 2023
Skorupa, A.J., S. Doran, C.E. Dumoulin, A.H. Roy, and D.R. Smith. 2023. Evaluating habitat and conservation actions for mussel assemblages in the Delaware River basin, U.S. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Conference, 30 April - 2 May 2023, Hershey, PA. April 2023
Skorupa, A.J., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D. Perkins, T. Warren, A. Fisk, and S.C. Sterrett. 2019. Developing a strategy to restore a freshwater mussel (Alasmidonta varicosa) to Massachusetts watersheds. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 27 February - 1 March, Saratoga Springs, NY. February 2019
Skorupa, A.J., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D. Perkins, A. Fisk, and S. Sterrett. 2018. Brook floater (Alasmidonta varicosa) mesohabitat preferences in four Massachusetts watersheds. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 15-17 April 2018, Burlington, VT. April 2018
Skorupa, A., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D. Perkins, and T. Warren. 2023. Growth and survival of propagated brook floater in four rivers: implications for population restoration. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Conference, 30 April - 2 May 2023, Hershey, PA. April 2023
Skorupa, A., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D. Perkins, and T. Warren. 2022. Assessing propagated brook floater growth and survival across four rivers. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 2-4 March 2022, Portland, ME. March 2022
Skorupa, A., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D. Perkins, and T. Warren. 2020. Assessing propagated brook floater growth and survival across four rivers with extant populations. ASLO-SFS 2020 Joint Summer Meeting, 7-11 June 2020, Madison, WI. June 2020
Skorupa, A., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, A. Fisk, D. Perkins, and T. Warren. 2020. Propagation as a tool for restoration of a state endangered freshwater mussel. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 4-6 March 2020, Newport, RI. March 2020
Skorupa, A., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, A. Fisk, D. Perkins, S.C. Sterrett, and T. Warren. 2021. Habitat predicts abundance of five freshwater mussel species in Massachusetts. Northeast Natural History Conference, 12-14 April 2021 [virtual]. April 2021
Skorupa, A., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, A. Fisk, D. Perkins, S.C. Sterrett, and T. Warren. 2021. Habitat predicts abundance of five freshwater mussel species in Massachusetts. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 12-14 April 2021 [virtual]. April 2021
Skorupa, A., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, A. Fisk, D. Perkins, S.C. Sterrett, and T. Warren. 2019. Mesohabitat relationships to abundance for three mussels found in northeastern US streams. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 14-18 April 2019, San Antonio, TX. April 2019
Sillen, S.J., P.A. Zaidel, A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, K. Houle, and B. Lambert. 2018. Dissolved oxygen response to dam removal in Massachusetts streams. Society for Ecological Restoration New England Conference, 11-13 October 2018, New Haven, CT. October 2018
Sheppard, J.J., M.N. Marjadi, S. Batchelder, R. Govostes, A.H. Roy, M.G. Slocombe, and J.K. Llopiz. 2024. A video monitoring and computational system for estimating juvenile river herring abundance. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, 15-19 September 2024, Honolulu, HI. September 2024
Scoggins, M., A. Gonzales, R. Hawley, R.F. Smith, E. Bilger, R. Hale, M. Fork, K. Hopkins, Martin Neale, and A.H. Roy. 2020. Moving the bar on multidisciplinary solutions to wicked urban stream problems: A summary of SUSE5. ALSO-SFS 2020 Joint Summer Meeting, 7-12 June 2020, Madison, WI. June 2020
Ryan, J.E., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, and D. Perkins. 2020. Fish assessments to inform recovery of dwarf wedgemussel. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 4-6 March 2020, Newport, RI. March 2020
Ryan, J.E., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D.L Perkins, and T.M. Warren. 2021. Mitigating contamination for in-vitro propagation of dwarf wedgemussel. Northeast Natural History Conference, 12-14 April 2021 [virtual]. April 2021
Ryan, J.E., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D.L Perkins, and T.M. Warren. 2021. Mitigating contamination for in-vitro propagation of dwarf wedgemussel. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Meeting, 12-14 April 2021 [virtual]. April 2021
Ryan, J.E., A.H. Roy, D.L Perkins, and T.M. Warren. 2019. In-vitro propagation of the federally endangered dwarf wedgemussel (Alasmidonta heterodon). Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 14-18 April 2019, San Antonio, TX. April 2019
Ryan, J.E., A.H. Roy, D.L Perkins, and T.M. Warren. 2019. In-vitro propagation of dwarf wedgemussel. ASLO-SFS 2020 Joint Summer Meeting, 7-11 June 2020, Madison, WI. June 2020
Ryan, J.E., A.H. Roy, D.L Perkins, and T.M. Warren. 2019. In-vitro propagation of Alasmidonta heterodon (dwarf wedgemussel). Northeast Natural History Conference, 17-19 April 2020, Stamford, CT. April 2020
Roy, A.H., T.A. Richards, C.R. Smith, and A.N. Yarra. 2015. Investigating impacts of impoundments on the hydrology, temperature, and fish assemblages in Massachusetts streams. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 18-20 March 2015, Bartlett, NH. March 2015
Roy, A.H., S.M. Clinton, J. Hartman, and K.H. Macneale. 2022. Stream macroinvertebrate reintroductions: A cautionary approach for restored urban streams. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 2-4 March 2022, Portland, ME. March 2022
Roy, A.H., S.F. Jane, J.T. Finn, P.D. Hazelton, T.O. Randhir, and T.A. Richards. 2015. Linkages between stream flow, habitat, and biotic assemblages in and urbanized large river. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 17-21 May 2015, Milwaukee, WI. May 2015
Roy, A.H., R. Bouldin, P.A. Zaidel, and S. Mattocks. 2018. Increasing resilience of coldwater fish habitat with dam removal. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 19-23 August 2018, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Roy, A.H., P.D. Hazelton, and S.C. Sterrett. 2020. Modeling and monitoring for rangewide conservation of a rare mussel. Northeast Aquatic Biologist Conference, 4-6 March 2012, Newport, RI. March 2020
Roy, A.H., P.D. Hazelton, and S.C. Sterrett. 2019. Using standardized protocols toward improving rangewide conservation of rare mussel species. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 14-18 April 2019, San Antonio, TX. April 2019
Roy, A.H., P.D. Hazelton, S. Sterrett, A. Doubleday, A. Fisk, L. Holst, M. Marchand, D. Perkins, M.D. Staudinger, B. Swartz, and B. Watson. 2017. What's next? Brook Floater rangewide conservation and restoration initiative. Northeast Freshwater Mussel Meeting, 7 March 2017, Hadley, MA. March 2017
Roy, A.H., P.A. Zaidel, K. Houle, B. Lambert, and K.H. Nislow. 2018. Potential responses of stream water quality and macroinvertebrates to small dam removal. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 13-15 March 2018, Devens, MA. March 2018
Roy, A.H., M.E. Grandinetti, and N.A. Wilgruber. 2014. Exploring sublethal effects of urbanization: fish and macroinvertebrate movement. Third Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology, 15-17 May 2014, Portland, OR. May 2014
Roy, A.H., M.E. Grandinetti, and H.R. Geib. 2013. Macroinvertebrate drift: a mechanism of biodiversity loss in urban streams? Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, Jacksonville, FL, 19-23 May 2013. May 2013
Roy, A.H., K.M. Abbott, and P.A. Zaidel. 2021. Ecological Considerations for Dam Removal: Charles River Dam in South Natick. Charles River Dam Advisory Committee. 14 October 2021. October 2021
Roy, A.H., K.M. Abbott, M.B. Cole, K.M. Houle, and K.H. Nislow. 2019. Impacts of small, low-head dams on stream macroinvertebrate assemblages. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 19-23 May 2019, Salt Lake City, UT. May 2019
Roy, A.H., K.A. Capps, R. El-Sabaawi, K.L. Jones, T.B. Parr, A. Ramirez, R.F. Smith, C.J. Walsh, and S.J. Wenger. 2014. Global differences in urbanization and stream ecology: a synthesis. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 18-22 May 2014, Portland, OR. May 2014
Roy, A.H., J.R. Carmignani, P.D. Hazelton, A.J. Skorupa, S.C. Sterrett, N. Whelan, and the Brook Floater Working Group. 2023. Using regional working groups for mussel species conservation. Freshwater Sciences 2023, 3-7 June 2023, Brisbane, Australia. June 2023
Roy, A.H., J.R. Carmignani, P.D. Hazelton, A.J. Skorupa, S.C. Sterrett, N. Whelan, and the Brook Floater Working Group. 2023. Using regional working groups for mussel species conservation. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 10-14 April 2023, Portland, OR. April 2023
Roy, A.H., J.R. Carmignani, J.T. Stolarski, and T. Richards. 2021. Hydrology of annual winter water level drawdowns in recreational lakes of Massachusetts, USA. National Monitoring Conference, 19-23 April 2021, virtual. April 2021
Roy, A.H., J.R. Carmignani, J.T. Stolarski, and T. Richards. 2020. Hydrology of annual winter water level drawdowns in recreational lakes of Massachusetts, USA. North American Lake Management Society Meeting, 16-20 November 2020, virtual. November 2020
Roy, A.H., J. Soucie, A. Quick, and R. Hale. 2023. Salted urban streams: understanding spatial and temporal variability in conductivity to guide management. 6th Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology, 29 May - 1 June 2023, Brisbane, Australia. May 2023
Roy, A.H., J. Rosset, M. Marjadi, A. Whiteley, B. Gahagan, A. Jordaan. 2016. Insights in reproduction, growth, and survival of anadromous alewife in freshwater lakes. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 23-25 March 2016, Rockland, ME. March 2016
Roy, A.H., H.R. Lubbers, and M.C. Miller. 2018. Biotic responses to multiple threats of urbanization and drying in headwater streams. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 20-24 May 2018, Detroit, MI. May 2018
Roy, A.H., D.S. Armstrong, M.E. Baker, C.N. Bentsen, R.F. Smith, and J.T. Stolarksi. 2020. Unpacking fish responses to impervious cover in Massachusetts. Southern New England American Fisheries Society Winter Meeting, 13-14 January 2020, Cambridge, MA. January 2020
Roy, A.H., C.N. Bentsen, D.S. Armstrong, and M.E. Baker. 2017. Prioritizing stream restoration and protection to maximize ecological benefits: stream habitat, temperature, and watershed considerations. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 4-9 June 2017, Raleigh, NC. June 2017
Roy, A.H., C.N. Bentsen, D.S. Armstrong, and M.E. Baker. 2017. Context matters: Variable responses of fish and macroinvertebrate assemblages to urbanization based on stream habitat, water quality, and watershed characteristics. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 14-16 March 2017, Hartford, CT. March 2017
Roy, A.H., A. Quick, R. Hale, K.G. Hopkins, and J. Soucie. 2024. Spatial and temporal variability in stream conductivity in the Boston metropolitan area. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 14-16 February 2024, Fairlee, Vermont. February 2024
Roy, A.H., A. Quick, R. Hale, K.G. Hopkins, and J. Soucie. 2024. Drivers of spatial and temporal variability in conductivity in temperate, urban streams. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2024, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
Roy, A.H. and R.F. Smith. 2014. Investigating impacts of landscape development on stream fish and insect dispersal. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 17-21 August 2014, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. August 2014
Roy, A.H. and K. Andreadis. 2023. Lake water level management under changing climates. Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center Webinar Series, 8 March 2023, Amherst, MA. March 2023
Roy, A.H. and J. R. Carmignani. 2020. Ecological responses of shallow littoral zones to annual wintertime water level drawdowns in reservoirs. ALSO-SFS 2020 Joint Summer Meeting, 7-11 June 2020, Madison, WI. June 2020
Roy, A.H. and A.C. Engman. 2021. Biotic diversity in urban ecosystems: Current knowledge and research needs. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 23-27 May 2021 (virtual). May 2021
Roy, A.H. X. He, A. Kumar, K. Andreadis, and C. Butler. 2023. Winter lake drawdowns: prevalence, hydrologic characteristics, and ability to meet management guidelines. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Meeting, 15-17 February 2023, Plymouth, MA. February 2023
Roy, A.H. Urban streams: To avoid or to embrace? Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference, 21-24 April 2024, Hyannis, MA. April 2024
Roy, A.H. 2016. Urbanization: Using resistance to this homogenizing force to inform management. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 21-25 May 2016, Sacramento, CA. May 2016
Roy, A., S. Sterrett, P. Hazelton, A. Skorupa, J. Carmignani, and A. Hershberger. 2023. Rapid assessment in wadeable streams. Freshwater Mussel Recovery and Implementation Workshop, Nov 8–9, 2023, Moncton, New Brunswick. November 2023
Roy, A., M. Devine, L. Guo, M. Marjadi, M.G. Slocombe, J. Benway, J. Davis, K. Job, A. Jordaan, S. McCormick, K. Sprankle, and M. Staudinger. 2023. Juvenile river herring habitat use in the Connecticut River. Joint meeting of the Northeast Division and Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 8-10 January 2023, Boston, MA. January 2023
Roy, A., A Jordaan, A. Whiteley, M. Devine, M. Marjadi, J. Rosset, M. Armstrong, B. Gahagan. 2017. The lake story: insights in reproduction, growth, and survival of anadromous alewife in freshwater. Gaspereau/Alewife Symposium, 16-20 June 2017, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. June 2017
Roy, A. and M. Devine. 2022. Limits to juvenile river herring densities and restoration potential. Massachusetts River Herring Network, 25 October 2023, Pembroke, MA. October 2022
Roy, A. and J. Carmignani. 2016. Impacts of winter drawdowns on lake ecosystems. The Lakes and Ponds Association of Western Massachusetts Conference, 22 October 2016, Pittsfield, MA. October 2016
Roy, A. 2023. Working groups for range-wide mussel conservation and restoration. Freshwater Mussel Recovery and Implementation Workshop, Nov 8–9, 2023, Moncton, New Brunswick. November 2023
Rosset, J., B.I. Gahagan, P.A. Jordaan, A.H. Roy, and A.R. Whiteley. 2014. Life history characteristics of alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) in freshwater environments. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 26-28 March 2014, Burlington, VT. March 2014
Rosset, J., A.H. Roy, B.I. Gahagan, A.R. Whiteley, and A.P. Jordaan. 2015. Life history characteristics of alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) in freshwater environments. American Fisheries Society Southern New England Chapter 2015 Winter Meeting, Narragansett, RI, 27 January 2015. January 2015
Rosset, J., A.H. Roy, B.I. Gahagan, A.R. Whiteley, and A. Jordaan. 2015. Shedding light on past assumptions: a look at life history characteristics of alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus). Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 16-20 August 2015, Portland, Oregon. August 2015
Rosset, J., A.H. Roy, B.I. Gahagan, A.R. Whiteley, and A. Jordaan. 2015. Shedding light on past assumptions: a look at life history characteristics of alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) in coastal Massachusetts. Northeast Natural History Conference, 19-20 April 2015, Springfield, MA. April 2015
Rosset, J. B.I. Gahagan, A.P. Jordaan, A.H. Roy, and A.R. Whiteley. 2014. Life history characteristics of juvenile alewife in freshwater ponds. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 17-21 August 2014, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. August 2014
Rogers, J.B., G.V. DiRenzo, R. O'Brien, R.M. Quinones, T. Richards, and A.H. Roy. 2024. Can management alleviate impacts of climate change to support freshwater fish and mussel biodiversity? Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference, 21-24 April 2024, Hyannis, MA. April 2024
Rogers, J.B., G. DiRenzo, R.M. Quinones, T. Richards, and A. Roy. 2023. Modeling freshwater mussel biodiversity in New England streams to support management decisions that consider climate change. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Conference, 30 April - 2 May 2023, Hershey, PA. April 2023
Rogers, J.B., G. DiRenzo, R.M. Quinones, T. Richards, and A. Roy. 2023. Modeling aquatic biodiversity in New England streams to support management decisions that consider climate change. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Meeting, 15-17 February 2023, Plymouth, MA. February 2023
Rogers, J.B., G. DiRenzo, R.M. Quinones, T. Richards, A. Roy, C. Bellucci, C. Buckley, M. Carpenter, A. Chapman, J. Deshler, M. Gallagher, A. Libby, and J. Stolarski. 2023. Modeling aquatic biodiversity in New England streams to support management decisions that consider climate change. Joint meeting of the Northeast Division and Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 8-10 January 2023, Boston, MA. January 2023
Richards, T.A., C.R. Smith, and A.H. Roy. 2014. Hydrological impacts of water supply reservoirs in Massachusetts streams. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 26-28 March 2014, Burlington, VT. March 2014
Richards, T.A., C.R. Smith, and A.H. Roy. 2014. Hydrological impacts of water supply reservoirs in Massachusetts streams. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 17-21 August 2014, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. August 2014
Remiszewski, T.T., J. Carmignani, and A.H. Roy. 2018. Impacts of winter water-level lake drawdowns on fish growth. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 19-23 August 2018, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Remiszewski, T.T., A.H. Roy, and J. Carmignani. 2018. Impacts of winter water-level lake drawdowns on fish growth. Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 10 January 2018, New Bedford, MA. January 2018
Quick, A., A. Roy, R. Hale, K. Hopkins, S. Chen, and L. Ortiz Muñoz. 2024. Temporal variation in water quality and dissolved organic carbon in three urbanized streams. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2024, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
Quick, A., A. Roy, R. Hale, K. Capps, K. Hopkins, J. Kominoski, and J. Morse. 2022. Variability in dissolved organic carbon across urban streams in Boston, Massachusetts. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 2-4 March 2022, Portland, ME. March 2022
Quick, A., A. Roy, R. Hale, K. Capps, K. Hopkins, J. Kominoski, J.L. Morse, S. Chen, C. Rizzie, and L. Ortiz Muñoz. 2023. Spatial and temporal variation in quantity and bioavailability of dissolved organic carbon within a metropolitan area. Freshwater Sciences 2023, 3-7 June 2023, Brisbane, Australia. June 2023
Quick, A., A. Roy, R. Hale, K. Capps, K. Hopkins, J. Kominoski, J.L. Morse, S. Chen, C. Rizzie, and L. Ortiz Muñoz. 2023. Spatial and temporal variation in quantity and bioavailability of dissolved organic carbon within a metropolitan area. 6th Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology, 29 May - 1 June 2023, Brisbane, Australia. May 2023
Quick, A., A. Roy, R. Hale, K. Capps, K. Hopkins, J. Kominoski, J. Morse, S. Chen, and C. Rizzie. 2022. Seasonal trends in dissolved and particulate organic carbon across urban streams in Boston, USA. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 16-20 May 2022, Grand Rapids, MI. May 2022
Quick, A., A. Roy, R. Hale, K. Capps, K. Hopkins, J. Kominoski, J. Morse, S. Chen, C. Rizzie, and L. Ortiz. 2023. Characterizing seasonal trends in dissolved organic carbon among urban streams in Boston, USA. 13th National Monitoring Conference, 24-28 April 2023, Virginia Beach, VA. April 2023
Perkins, D., P. Hazelton, and A. Roy. 2017. A new freshwater mussel collaboration in the northeast. Northeast Freshwater Mussel Meeting, 7 March 2017, Hadley, MA. March 2017
Perkins, D. S. Hanlon, P. Hazelton, and A. Roy. 2018. A new freshwater mussel collaborative in the northeast. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 15-17 April 2018, Burlington, VT. April 2018
Parker, L., M. Craddock, T. Richards, A. Roy, and M. Cole. 2015. Poor little Pecks Brook: Balancing lake goals and downstream needs in an urban watershed. Flow 2015: 28-30 April 2015. April 2015
Ortiz Munoz, L.D., J.S. Kominoski, K. Capps, S. Chen, R. Hale, K. Hopkins, A. Quick, J.L. Morse, C. Rizzie, and A.H. Roy. 2023. Stormwater infrastructure and seasonal hydrology transform dissolved organic carbon and nutrients in urban coastal waters. Freshwater Sciences 2023, 3-7 June 2023, Brisbane, Australia. June 2023
O'Brien, R., J. Carmignani, G.V. DiRenzo, R.M. Quiñones, T. Richards, J.B. Rogers, A.H. Roy. 2024. Drivers of freshwater mussel distributions in the northeastern United States. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2024, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
Norwood, P., M.T. Devine, E. Molden, A.H. Roy, and A. Jordaan. 2020. Investigating juvenile river herring productivity in Nantucket Ponds: Insights for pond management. Southern New England American Fisheries Society Winter Meeting, 13-14 January 2020, Cambridge, MA. January 2020
Mohammadi, H., M. Devine, S. Bittner, A.H. Roy, and A. Jordaan. 2016. Study of feeding habits of alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) in northeastern United States. Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 14 January 2016, Groton, Connecticut. January 2016
Mercado-Silva, N., J. Lyons, S.J. Magnelia, J.T. Petersen, A.H. Roy, and S. Wenger. 2024. Standard methods for sampling fishes in wadeable streams. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, 15-19 September 2024, Honolulu, HI. September 2024
Mercado-Silva, N., J. Lyons, S.J. Magnelia, J.T. Petersen, A.H. Roy, and S. Wenger. 2023. Standard methods for sampling fishes in wadeable streams. World Fisheries Congress, 3-9 March 2024, Seattle, WA. March 2024
Martell, V.M., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D.L. Perkins, and T.M. Warren. 2019. Developing propagation methods toward restoration of the Yellow Lampmussel (Lampsilis cariosa) populations in New England. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 14-16 April 2018, Groton, CT. April 2019
Martell, V.M., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, D.L. Perkins, and T.M. Warren. 2018. The effect of probiotics on the growth and survival of a freshwater mussel. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 15-17 April 2018, Burlington, VT. April 2018
Marjadi, M.N., J.K. Llopiz, M.G. Slocombe, J.J. Sheppard, S. Batchelder, R. Govostes, and A.H. Roy. 2023. Using video monitoring to assess emigration patterns for juvenile alewife. Joint meeting of the Northeast Division and Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 8-10 January 2023, Boston, MA. January 2023
Marjadi, M.N., A.H. Roy, M.T. Devine, B.I Gahagan, A. Jordaan, J. Rosset, and A.R. Whiteley. 2022. Longer adult freshwaer residence time related to higher reproductive output in an anadromous clupeid. Ecological Society of America Meeting, 14-19 August 2022, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. August 2022
Marjadi, M.N., A.H. Roy, M.T. Devine, B.I Gahagan, A. Jordaan, J. Rosset, and A.R. Whiteley. 2022. Alewife that stay longer mate longer: An investigation of adult freshwater residence time. Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Winter Meeting, 21 January 2022, Amherst, MA. January 2022
Marjadi, M., J. Rosset, A. Jordaan, A.H. Roy, B.I. Gahagan, and A.R. Whiteley. 2016. Earlier arrival and larger body size increase reproductive success in alewife. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 21-25 May 2016, Sacramento, CA. May 2016
Marjadi, M., A.H. Roy, A. Jordaan, A.R. Whiteley, and E.M. Markowitz. 2017. "Counting fish is my yoga": Evaluating the social and educational value of a river herring citizen monitoring program. Gaspereau/Alewife Symposium, 16-20 June 2017, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. June 2017
Marjadi, M., A. Jordaan, A.H. Roy, B.I. Gahagan, and A.R. Whiteley. 2017. Reproductive success in coastal pond breeding river herring: effects of migration timing and body size. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 20-24 August 2017, Tampa, FL. August 2017
Marjadi, M. A.H. Roy, A. Jordaan, A.R. Whiteley, and E.M. Markowitz. 2017. "Counting fish is my yoga": Evaluating the social and educational impacts of a river herring citizen monitoring program. Citizen Science Association 2017, St. Paul, Minnesota. May 2017
Marjadi, M. A. Jordaan, A.H. Roy, B.I. Gahagan, and A.R. Whiteley. 2016. Evaluating reproductive strategies in alewife (Alosa pseudoharengus) using pedigree reconstruction. Winter Science Meeting, Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 14 Jan 2016, Groton, Connecticut. January 2016
Macpherson, C.B., K.M. Abbott, and A.H. Roy. 2023. Examining fish assemblage response to dam removal. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Meeting, 15-17 February 2023, Plymouth, MA. February 2023
Macpherson, C.B., K.M. Abbott, and A.H. Roy. 2023. Examining fish assemblage response to dam removal. Joint meeting of the Northeast Division and Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 8-10 January 2023, Boston, MA. January 2023
Kumar, A., A.H. Roy, K. Andreadis, and X. He. 2022. An integrated multi-sensor cloud-based framework to characterized winter water level drawdown of lakes and reservoirs. North American Lake Management Society Conference, 14-17 November 2022, Minneapolis, MN. November 2022
Kumar, A., A.H. Roy, K. Andreadis, and X. He. 2022. An integrated multi-sensor cloud-based framework to characterized winter water level drawdown of lakes and reservoirs. American Geophysical Union Chapman Conference, 12-16 September 2022, Golden, CO. September 2022
Kumar, A., A.H. Roy, K. Andreadis, X. He, and C. Butler. 2023. A multi-sensor cloud-based tool for monitoring cyanobacterical harmful algal blooms in small waterbodies. 13th National Monitoring Conference, 24-28 April 2023, Virginia Beach, VA. April 2023
Kumar, A., A.H. Roy, K. Andreadis, C. Butler, and X. He. 2022. A cloud-based framework to characterize winter water level drawdown of lakes in the northeast United States using satellite remote sensing. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 2-4 March 2022, Portland, ME. March 2022
Kumar, A., A.H. Roy, K. Andreadis, C. Butler, C.J. Gleason, and X. He. 2021. A multi-sensor cloud-based framework to characterize winter water level drawdown of lakes and reservoirs in northeast United States. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 13-17 December 2021, New Orleans, LA. December 2021
Katz, R.A., E.H. Campbell Grant, M.C. Runge, D. Hocking, B.H. Letcher, and A.H. Roy. 2015. Not all scientific uncertainties are created equal for landscape scale headwater stream management. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 17-21 May 2015, Milwaukee, WI. May 2015
Katz, R.A., E.H. Campbell Grant, A.H. Roy, B.H. Letcher, and M.C Runge. 2015. Evaluating collaborative landscape conservation for headwater stream ecosystems in two northeastern US watersheds. 71st Annual Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, 19-21 April 2015. April 2015
Jordaan, A., A. Roy, S. Jackson, and S. Becker. 2018. Impacts of tidal road-stream crossings on aquatic organism passage. 9th National Summit on Coastal and Estuarine Restoration and Management, 8-13 December 2018, Long Beach, California. December 2018
Jane, S.F., J.T. Finn, T.O. Randhir, and A.H. Roy. 2015. Linkages between stream flow, habitat, and biotic integrity in the urbanized Sudbury River. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 18-20 March 2015, Bartlett, NH. March 2015
Hershberger, A.M., A.H. Roy, and J. Carmignani. 2024. Assessing effects of a phased dam removal on freshwater mussels and habitat. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 14-16 February 2024, Fairlee, Vermont. February 2024
Hershberger, A.M., A.H. Roy, J.R. Carmignani, and P.D. Hazelton. 2023. Drivers of brook floater (Alasmidonta varicosa) occupancy and abundance: A watershed analysis across their historic range. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 10-14 April 2023, Portland, OR. April 2023
Hershberger, A.M. and A.H. Roy. 2023. Assessing the conservation of freshwater mussels in the eastern United States. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Meeting, 15-17 February 2023, Plymouth, MA. February 2023
Hershberger, A., A. Roy, J. Carmignani, and P. Hazelton. 2024. The effects of habitat on freshwater mussel occurrence in eastern United States watersheds. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2024, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
He, X., K. Andreadis, C. Butler, A. Kumar, and A.H. Roy. 2024. Estimating 40-year daily lake ice cover under the climate change for northern temperate lakes. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 14-16 February 2024, Fairlee, Vermont. February 2024
He, X., K. Andreadis, C. Butler, A. Kumar, and A.H. Roy. 2023. Estimating 40-year daily lake ice cover for 980,000 lakes in the Northern temperate zone. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 11-15 December 2023, San Francisco, CA. December 2023
He, X., K. Andreadis, A.H. Roy, and A. Kumar. 2022. A hydrological modeling framework for assessing winter drawdown lakes management. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 12-16 December 2022, Chicago, IL. December 2022
He, X., K. Andreadis, A. Kumar, C. Butler, C.J. Gleason, A.H. Roy. 2021. Assimilation of satellite data in a hydrological model to improve the water level estimation in winter drawdown lakes, Massachusetts. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 13-17 December 2021, New Orleans, LA. December 2021
Hazelton, P., S.S. Sterrett, and A. Roy. 2018. A standardized rapid survey protocol for rare freshwater mussels using an occupancy framework. Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, 15-17 April 2018, Burlington, VT. April 2018
Hazelton, P., A.J. Skorupa, H.A. Robinson, J. Wares, and A.H. Roy. 2023. Determination of mussel host fish relationships: <i>In-situ</i> vs laboratory approaches. Freshwater Mussel Recovery and Implementation Workshop, Nov 8–9, 2023, Moncton, New Brunswick. November 2023
Hazelton, P., A. Roy, A. Skorupa, and J. Carmignani. 2021. Trends in mussel abundance and habitat change 5-years post dam removal. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Meeting, 12-14 April 2021 (virtual). April 2021
Hazelton, P., A. Roy, A. Skorupa, and J. Carmignani. 2021 Changes in freshwater mussel abundance and habitat availability following dam removal. Georgia Chapter American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, 19-21 January 2021 (virtual). January 2021
Hatzis, J., A. Hershberger, and A. Roy. 2024. Run-of-river dam impacts on water quality and freshwater mussels in Massachusetts. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2024, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
Hale, R., K. Capps, K. Hopkins, J. Kominoski, J. Morse, A. Roy, S. Chen, A. Quick, A. Blinn, D. Cross, B. Folk, L. Ortiz, C. Pendergast, and C. Rizzie. 2022. Scales and drivers of variability in dissolved organic carbon across diverse urban watersheds. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 16-20 May 2022, Grand Rapids, MI. May 2022
Grasso, K., M.T. Devine, A.H. Roy, A.R. Whiteley, J. Rosset, M. Marjadi, and A. Jordaan. 2017. Testing for differences in juvenile growth rates of anadromous alewife and blueback herring. Joint Meeting of the Southern New England Chapter and Northeast Division of the American Fisheries Society, 26-27 February 2017, Mystic, CT. February 2017
Grant, E.H.C., M. Runge, R. Katz, B.H. Letcher, and A.H. Roy. 2014. A structured decision framework to identify shared opportunities for decision making among multiple resource management agencies. Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, 10-14 August 2014, Sacramento, CA August 2014
Grant, A., A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, and B.H. Letcher. 2017. Investigating the effects of interannual differences in streamflow and temperature on macroinvertebrate assemblages. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 14-16 March 2017, Hartford, CT. March 2017
Grandinetti, M.E., A.H. Roy, G.P. Setliff, and H.R. Geib. 2013. The effects of urbanization on macroinvertebrate assemblages in eastern Pennsylvania. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, Jacksonville, FL, 19-23 May 2013. May 2013
Giard, H., J. Carmigani, and A.H. Roy. 2018. Investigating the effects of winter lake drawdowns on freshwater mussels and consequences for water quality. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 13-15 March 2018, Devens, MA. March 2018
Garcia, E. S.J. Farrington, D. Perkins, and A.H. Roy. 2024. Yellow Lampmussel distribution in the Connecticut River: connecting habitat use to species presence for future conservation. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2024, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
Fisher, C., M.T. Devine, A. Jordaan, and A.H. Roy. 2022. Freshwater pond recolonization by an anadromous fish species following dam removal. Ecological Society of American Annual Meeting, 14-19 August 2022, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. August 2022
Fedarick, J., Murphy, C.A., Record, S., Roy, A., Perkins, D. One Shell of a Home: Habitat Suitability for Yellow Lampmussel. Presentation to Northeast Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies. April 21-24 2024, Cape Cod, MA. April 2024
Fedarick, J., Murphy, C.A., Record, S., Roy, A., Perkins, D. 2024. Using museum collections to improve range wide modeling and conservation planning for at-risk mussel species. Presentation to the Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
Farrington, S.J., D. Perkins, T. Warren, and A.H. Roy. 2024. Characterizing habitat and predicting population hotspots for Yellow Lampmussel in the Connecticut River. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 14-16 February 2024, Fairlee, Vermont. February 2024
Farrington, S.J., D. Perkins, T. Warren, J. Gibbons, and A.H. Roy. 2024. Connecting potential host fishes to wild Yellow Lampmussel populations. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2024, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
Farrington, S.J., D. Perkins, A.H. Roy, and T. Warren. 2023. Using hydroacoustic imaging to predict yellow lampmussel distribution and habitat use in the Connecticut River watershed. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 10-14 April 2023, Portland, OR. April 2023
Farrington, S.J., D. Perkins, A.H. Roy, and T. Warren. 2022. Characterizing Yellow Lampmussel habitat in the Connecticut River watershed. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 2-4 March 2022, Portland, ME. March 2022
Farrington, S.J., C. Murphy, D. Perkins, and A.H. Roy. 2023. Range-wide ecology, conservation, and research needs for Yellow Lampmussel. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Meeting, 15-17 February 2023, Plymouth, MA. February 2023
Farrell, A., M. Marjadi, A. Roy, M. Devine, F. Perez, D. Sandanayaka, and J. Sheppard. 2023. Assessing food availability and growth rate as emigration triggers for juvenile river herring. Northeast Fish and Wildlife Agencies Conference, 30 April- 2 May 2023, Hershey, PA. April 2023
Farrell, A., M. Marjadi, A. Roy, M. Devine, F. Perez, D. Sandanayaka, and J. Sheppard. 2023. Assessing food availability and growth rate as emigration triggers for juvenile river herring. Joint meeting of the Northeast Division and Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 8-10 January 2023, Boston, MA. January 2023
Endyke, S.C., A.H. Roy, D. Perkins, T. Warren, and S. Hanlon. 2020. Quantifying the effects of algae availability on freshwater mussel growth. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 4-6 March 2020, Newport, RI. March 2020
Dumoulin, C.E., A.J. Skorupa, A.H. Roy, S. Doran, and D.R. Smith. 2024. Supporting decision makers in identifying suitable release sites for hatchery-reared freshwater mussels in the Delaware River Basin. Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference, 21-24 April 2024, Hyannis, MA. April 2024
Doubleday, A.J., P.D. Hazelton, A.H. Roy, A. Fisk, and D. Perkins. 2017. Local habitat effects on the abundance and distribution of Brook Floater (Alasmidonta varicosa) in Massachusetts. Meeting of the Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society, 26-30 March 2017, Cleveland, OH. March 2017
Devine, M.T., P.A. Jordaan, A.H. Roy, and A.R. Whiteley. 2016. Optimal sampling effort for estimating juvenile alewife densities in freshwater lakes using a pelagic purse seine. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 23-25 March 2016, Rockport, ME. March 2016
Devine, M.T., A.H. Roy, M.M. Bailey, A.R. Whiteley, B Gahagan, and A. Jordaan. 2017. Comparing sampling methods for quantifying juvenile alewife in freshwater lakes toward estimating productivity. Gaspereau/Alewife Symposium, 16-20 June 2017, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. June 2017
Devine, M.T., A.H. Roy, B.I. Gahagan, M.M. Bailey, S.M. Turner, A.A. Bowden, and A. Jordaan. 2019. Evaluating juvenile river herring productivity in newly restored freshwater habitats. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 27 February - 1 March, Saratoga Springs, NY. February 2019
Devine, M.T., A.H. Roy, A.R. Whiteley, and A. Jordaan. 2016. Quantifying optimal sampling effort for estimating recruit abundance for juvenile anadromous alewife. International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) Conference, 19-23 September 2016, Riga, Latvia. September 2016
Devine, M.T., A.H. Roy, A.J. Whiteley, B.I. Gahagan, M.P. Armstrong, and A. Jordaan. 2017. What goes in must come out? Investigating stock-recruitment relationships and factors influencing juvenile densities of anadromous river herring. Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 19-23 August 2018, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Devine, M.T., A.H. Roy, A.J. Whiteley, B.I. Gahagan, M.P. Armstrong, M.M. Bailey, and A. Jordaan. 2017. The lake effect: identifying optimal growth conditions for juvenile anadromous alewife. Joint Meeting of the Southern New England Chapter and Northeast Division of the American Fisheries Society, 26-27 February 2017, Mystic, CT. February 2017
Devine, M.T., A.H. Roy, A.J. Whiteley, B.I. Gahagan, M.P. Armstrong, M.M. Bailey, and A. Jordaan. 2017. The lake effect: identifying optimal growth conditions for juvenile anadromous alewife. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 14-16 March 2017, Hartford, CT. March 2017
Devine, M.T., A.H. Roy, A.A. Bowden, and A. Jordaan. 2022. Juvenile river herring response to low-head dam removals in Massachusetts. Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society Winter Meeting, 21 January 2022, Amherst, MA. January 2022
Devine, M.T., A.H. Roy, A.A. Bowden, and A. Jordaan. 2022. Juvenile river herring response to low-head dam removals in Massachusetts. American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, 21-25 August 2022, Spokane, WA. August 2022
Devine, M.T, A.P. Jordaan, A.P., A.H. Roy, and A.R. Whiteley. 2016. Optimal sampling effort for estimating juvenile alewife densities in freshwater lakes using a pelagic purse seine. Winter Science Meeting, Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 14 Jan 2015, Groton, Connecticut. January 2016
Davis, G., J. Burgoff, A. Roy, and A. Jordaan. 2024. Comparing juvenile river herring growth in two Massachusetts lakes. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2024, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
Dangora, A., M.T. Devine, A.H. Roy, J. Zydlewski, and A. Jordaan. 2017. Evaluating DIDSON as a tool to monitor juvenile river herring in coastal freshwater lakes. Joint Meeting of the Southern New England Chapter and Northeast Division of the American Fisheries Society, 26-27 February 2017, Mystic, CT. February 2017
Cox, J.S. and A.H. Roy. 2019. The phenological relationship between mussel glochidia and spawning river herring. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 14-18 April 2019, San Antonio, TX. April 2019
Cox, J.S. and A.H. Roy. 2019. Parasitic freshwater mussel larvae attachment on river herring in Connecticut River tributaries. Connecticut River Atlantic Salmon Commission (CRASC) Research and Management Forum, 13 March 2019, Hadley, MA. March 2019
Cheney, K.N., A.H. Roy, and R.F. Smith. 2014. Spatial and temporal variation in aquatic insect emergence from headwater streams in New England. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 26-28 March 2014, Burlington, VT. March 2014
Cheney, K.N., A.H. Roy, and R.F. Smith. 2014. Spatial and temporal variation in Plecoptera and Trichoptera emergence from headwater streams. Jount Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 18-22 May 2014, Portland, OR May 2014
Chen, S., K. Capps, K. Hopkins, R.L. Hale, J. Kominiski, A.H. Roy, J.L Morse, A.M. Quick, L. Ortiz Munoz, and C. Rizzie. 2023. Urbanization alters the quantity and quality of dissolved organic matter in subtropical river networks in metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Freshwater Sciences 2023, 3-7 June 2023, Brisbane, Australia. June 2023
Chen, S., K. Capps, K. Hopkins, R.L. Hale, J. Kominiski, A.H. Roy, J.L Morse, A.M. Quick, L. Ortiz Munoz, and C. Rizzie. 2023. Urbanization alters the quantity and quality of dissolved organic matter in subtropical river networks in metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia, USA. 6th Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology, 29 May - 1 June 2023, Brisbane, Australia. May 2023
Chen, S., K. Capps, K. Hopkins, D. Cross, C. Pendergast, C. Rizzie, L. Ortiz, R.L. Hale, J. Kominiski, A.H. Roy, J. Morse, and A. Quick. 2023. Urbanization alters the quantity and quality of riverine dissolved organic matter. Georgia Water Resources Conference, 30-31 March 2023, Athens, Georgia. March 2023
Chen, S. R. Hale, K. Capps, J. Kominoski, K. Hopkins, A. Roy, J. Morse, A. Quick, D. Cross, C. Pendergast, C. Rizzie, and L. Ortiz. 2022. Spatial and temporal variation in DOM in urban streams of the eastern United States. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 16-20 May 2022, Grand Rapids, MI. May 2022
Chalfin, E.D., A.H. Roy, and J. Stamp. 2022. Freshwater macroinvertebrate taxa temperature tolerances. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 2-4 March 2022, Portland, ME. March 2022
Ceresia, I.D.X., A. Hershberger, A.H. Roy, and J. Whitney. 2024. Evaluating factors contributing to loon egg hatching success in the Quabbin Reservoir (Massachusetts).Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference, 21-24 April 2024, Hyannis, MA. April 2024
Carmignani, J.R., A.H. Roy, P.D. Hazelton, and H. Giard. 2019. Annual winter water level drawdowns limit mussel densities in small lakes. Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society Symposium, 14-18 April 2019, San Antonio, TX. April 2019
Carmignani, J.R., A.H. Roy, J.T. Stolarski, and T. Richards. 2020. Synthesis of empirical research investigating the effects of annual wintertime water level drawdowns on littoral zones in Massachusetts lakes. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 4-6 March 2020, Newport, RI. March 2020
Carmignani, J.R. and A.H. Roy. 2020. Ecological patterns of shallow littoral zones in reservoirs undergoing annual wintertime water level drawdowns. North American Lake Management Society, 16-20 November 2020, virtual. November 2020
Carmignani, J.R. and A.H. Roy. 2014. Examining effects of winter water level drawdowns on fish populations in New England lakes. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 26-28 March 2014, Burlington, VT. March 2014
Carmignani, J.R. and A.H. Roy. 2014. Ecological impacts of winter water level drawdowns on lake littoral zone communities: a review. Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting, 18-22 May 2014, Portland, OR. May 2014
Carmignani, J., P. Hazelton, S. Sterrett, and A. Roy. 2020. Assessing detection, occupancy, and habitat correlates for a rare mussel based on standardized rapid survey protocol. Northeast Natural History Conference, 17-19 April 2020, Stamford, CT. April 2020
Carmignani, J., A.H. Roy, and K. Stankiewicz. 2016. Freshwater mussel distribution in shallow depths of winter drawdown lakes. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 23-25 March 2016, Rockland, ME. March 2016
Carmignani, J., A.H. Roy, and J. Stolarski. 2018. Do annual winter water level drawdowns alter trophic pathways for common lake fish species? Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, 15-17 April 2018, Burlington, VT. April 2018
Carmignani, J., A.H. Roy, and J. Stolarski. 2018. Do annual winter water level drawdowns alter trophic pathways for common lake fish species? New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 13-15 March 2018, Devens, MA. March 2018
Carmignani, J., A.H. Roy, and J. Stolarski. 2018. Do annual winter water level drawdowns alter trophic pathways for common lake fish species? Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 19-23 August 2018, Atlantic City, NJ. August 2018
Carmignani, J. and A.H. Roy. 2019. Littoral macroinvertebrate assemblage responses to annual winter lake drawdowns. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 27 February - 1 March, Saratoga Springs, NY. February 2019
Carmignani, J. and A.H. Roy. 2016. Impact of winter drawdowns on mussel distributions in Massachusetts (USA) lakes. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 21-25 May 2016, Sacramento, CA. May 2016
Carmignani, J. and A.H. Roy. 2015. Do annual winter lake drawdowns alter the physical habitat structure and complexity of shallow littoral zones? Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 17-21 May 2015, Milwaukee, WI. May 2015
Carmignani, J. and A.H. Roy. 2015. Do annual winter drawdowns alter the physical habitat structure and complexity of the littoral zone? New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 18-20 March 2015, Bartlett, NH. March 2015
Carmignani, J. P. Hazelton, A. Roy, and A. Hershberger. 2024. Assessing freshwater mussel density and responses to dam removal on a small Massachusetts stream. Northeast Fish & Wildlife Conference, 21-24 April 2024, Hyannis, MA. April 2024
Burgoff, J., D. Bishop, A. Roy, M. Staudinger, and A. Jordaan. 2023. Comparing age and growth of juvenile river herring in freshwater and estuarine environments. Joint meeting of the Northeast Division and Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 8-10 January 2023, Boston, MA. January 2023
Burgoff, J., A. Roy, and A. Jordaan. 2024. Comparing juvenile river herring growth and density in freshwater lakes and associated estuaries. Southern New England Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 9 January 2024, Storrs, CT. January 2024
Burgoff, J., A. Roy, and A. Jordaan. 2024. Comparing juvenile river herring growth and density in freshwater lakes and associated estuaries. Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, 21-24 April 2024, Hyannis, MA. April 2024
Bouldin, R., A. Roy, S. Mattocks, R. Quinones, and T. Richards. 2018. Responses of stream fishes to dam removal in Massachusetts. Northeast Fish and Wildlife Conference, 15-17 April 2018, Burlington, VT. April 2018
Bittner, S.M., A.H. Roy, M.T. Devine, S. Mattocks, H. Mohammadi, and A. Jordaan. 2016. Alewife alter zooplankton biomass and morphology in freshwater lakes. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 23-25 March 2016, Rockport, ME. March 2016
Bittner, S. A.H. Roy, M.T. Devine, H. Mohammadi, and A. Jordaan. 2017. Dietary preferences among juvenile and adult river herring in freshwater lakes. Joint Meeting of the Southern New England Chapter and Northeast Division of the American Fisheries Society, 26-27 February 2017, Mystic, CT. February 2017
Bittner, S. A.H. Roy, M.T. Devine, H. Mohammadi, and A. Jordaan. 2017. Dietary preferences among juvenile and adult river herring in freshwater lakes. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 14-16 March 2017, Hartford, CT. March 2017
Bentsen, C.N., A.H. Roy, and D.S. Armstrong. 2016. Accounting for biotic variability in urbanizing streams: the role of reach- and watershed-scale factors. Ecological Society of America Mid-Atlantic Chapter Meeting, 8-10 April 2016, Kutztown, PA. April 2016
Bentsen, C.N., A.H. Roy, and D.S. Armstrong. 2016. Accounting for biotic variability in urbanizing streams: the role of local and landscape factors. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 21-25 May 2016, Sacramento, CA. May 2016
Bentsen, C.N., A.H. Roy, and D.S. Armstrong. 2015. Accounting for biotic variability in urban streams: the role of local and landscape. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 17-21 May 2015, Milwaukee, WI. May 2015
Bentsen, C.N., A.H. Roy, and D.S. Armstrong. 2015. Accounting for biotic variability in urban streams: the role of local and landscape factors. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 18-20 March 2015, Bartlett, NH. March 2015
Bentsen, C.N., A.H. Roy, and D.A. Armstrong. 2016. Investigating the role of channel geomorphology on biotic responses to urbanization. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 23-25 March 2016, Rockland, ME. March 2016
Baynes, A.Y., T.A. Richards, and A.H. Roy. 2024. Alteration of flow and fish assemblages downstream of surface water reservoirs. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2024, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
Baynes, A.Y., T.A. Richards, and A.H. Roy. 2024. Alteration of flow and fish assemblages downstream of surface water reservoirs. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 14-16 February 2024, Fairlee, Vermont. February 2024
Baker, M., J. Carmignani, B. Irwin, A. Roy, C. Rushing, S. Sterrett, B. Swartz, and P. Hazelton. 2024. An application of capture-recapture methods for long term monitoring if freshwater mussel populations. Georgia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, 13-15 February 2024, LaGrange, GA. February 2024
Baker, M., J. Carmignani, B. Irwin, A. Roy, C. Rushing, S. Sterrett, B. Swartz, and P. Hazelton (to be submitted, 2024). Contrasting results at newly established long term monitoring sites suggest the potential for differing future sampling strategies. 78th Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Augusta, GA. October 2024
Baker, A.M., A.H. Roy, and T.A. Richards. 2021. Flipping the flow regime: Examining how winter lake drawdowns impact downstream flows and temperature. 76th Annual Northeast Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies Conference, 26-28 April 2021 (virtual). April 2021
Baker, A.M., A.H. Roy, T.A. Richards, and K. Bentsen. 2022. Flipping the flow regime: Examining how winter lake drawdowns impact downstream flows and temperature. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 2-4 March 2022, Portland, ME. March 2022
Baker, A.M., A.H. Roy, T.A. Richards, and K. Bentsen. 2021. Flipping the flow regime: Examining how winter lake drawdowns impact downstream flows and temperature. Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 23-27 May 2021 (virtual). May 2021
Baker, A.M., A.H. Roy, T.A. Richards, M. Craddock, and C.N. Bentsen. 2020. April showers in November: Examining how altered hydrology from winter drawdowns can impact habitat and biota. Southern New England American Fisheries Society Winter Meeting, 13-14 January 2020, Cambridge, MA. January 2020
Baker, A.M. and A.H. Roy. 2020. April showers in November: Flipping the flow regime: Examining how altered hydrology from winter drawdowns can impact downstream ecology. ASLO-SFS 2020 Joint Summer Meeting, 7-11 June 2020, Madison, WI. June 2020
Armstrong, D.S., A.H. Roy, M.E. Baker, C.N. Bentsen, and J.T. Stolarski. 2017. Moving beyond impervious cover: Unpacking characteristics of impervious cover influencing stream biota in Massachusetts. Annual Meeting of the New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 14-16 March 2017, Hartford, CT. March 2017
Argo, E.E., A.H. Roy, and R.L. Ryan. 2015. Quantifying outdoor residential water use in the Ipswich River watershed: what influences residents’ behavior. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 18-20 March 2015, Bartlett, NH, . March 2015
Argo, E.E., A.H. Roy, R.L. Ryan, and A. Milman. 2016. Factors influencing outdoor residential use in the Ipswich River Watershed. New England Association of Environmental Biologists, 23-25 March 2016, Rockport, ME. March 2016
Argo, E.E., A.H. Roy, R.L. Ryan, and A. Milman. 2016. Factors influencing individuals' outdoor residential water use decisions in suburban Boston (USA) . Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 21-25 May 2016, Sacramento, CA. May 2016
Argo, E.E., A.H. Roy, R.L. Ryan, and A. Milman. 2015. Quantifying outdoor residential water use in the Ipswich River watershed: what influences residents' behavior. New England Graduate Student Water Symposium, 11-13 Sep 2015, Amherst, MA. September 2015
Agosto, A., J. Burgoff, A. Roy, and A. Jordaan. 2024. Interannual comparison of juvenile alewife age and growth in eastern Massachusetts (USA). Society for Freshwater Science Annual Meeting, 2-6 June 2024, Philadelphia, PA. June 2024
Abbott, K.M., A.H. Roy, and K.H. Nislow. 2020. Resilient river restoration through dam removal. Massachusetts Association of Conservation Commissions Annual Environmental Conference, 29 February 2020, Worcester, MA. February 2020
Abbott, K.M., A.H. Roy, and K.H. Nislow. 2020. Resilient river restoration through dam removal. 5th International Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology, 12-15 February 2020, Austin, TX. February 2020
Abbott, K.M., A.H. Roy, P.A. Zaidel, K.M. Houle, and K.H. Nislow. 2020. Thermal and dissolved oxygen recovery following small dam removals in Massachusetts. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 4-6 March 2020, Newport, RI. March 2020
Abbott, K.M., A.H. Roy, P.A. Zaidel, K.M. Houle, and K.H. Nislow. 2020. Dam removal as a tool to increase ecological resilience through water quality improvements. Quebec RE<sup>3 </sup>Conference , 7-11 June 2020, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada. June 2020
Abbott, K.M., A.H. Roy, M.B. Cole, and K.H. Nislow. 2023. Recovery of benthic macroinvertebrates following small dam removals. Freshwater Sciences 2023, 3-7 June 2023, Brisbane, Australia. June 2023
Abbott, K.M., A.H. Roy, M.B. Cole, and K.H. Nislow. 2023. Recovery of benthic macroinvertebrates following small dam removal. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Meeting, 15-17 February 2023, Plymouth, MA. February 2023
Abbott, K.M., A.H. Roy, M.B. Cole, K.M. Houle, and K.H. Nislow. 2021. Linking water quality to benthic macroinvertebrates in dammed streams: Implications for restoration. Annual Meeting of the Society for Freshwater Science, 23-27 May 2021 (virtual). May 2021
Abbott, K.M., A.H. Roy, M.B. Cole, K.M. Houle, and K.H. Nislow. 2019. Variable responses of aquatic macroinvertebrate assemblages to dam removal. Society of Wetland Scientists – New England Chapter Fall Meeting: Dammed If You Do and Dammed If You Don’t: Barrier Removal and Stream Integration, 4-5 October 2019, New Britain, CT. October 2019
Abbott, K.M., A.H. Roy, K.M. Houle, S. Mattocks, and K.H. Nislow. 2022. Enhancing resilience of riverine fishes through dam removal. Northeast Aquatic Biologists Conference, 2-4 March 2022, Portland, ME. March 2022
Abbott, K.M., A.H. Roy, K.H. Nislow, R. Quiñones, and F.J. Magilligan. 2023. Incorporating climate change into restoration decisions: Perspectives from practitioners. 6th Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology, 29 May - 1 June 2023, Brisbane, Australia. May 2023
Technical Publications Publication Date
Thurston, H.W., M.A. Taylor, A.H. Roy, M. Morrison, W.D. Shuster, J. Templeton, M. Clagett, and H. Cabezas. 2008. Appling a reverse auction to reduce stormwater runoff. Ambio 37(4): 326-327. Available online at: http://www.bioone.org/doi/full/10.1579/0044-7447%282008%2937%5B326%3AAARATR%5D2.0.CO%3B2 June 2008
Thurston, H.W., A.H. Roy, W.D. Shuster, M.A. Morrison, M.A. Taylor, and H. Cabezas. 2008. Using economic incentives to manage stormwater runoff in the Shepherd Creek Watershed, part I. EPA/600/R-08/129. EPA/600/R-08/061. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Washington DC. Available online at: http://www.epa.gov/nrmrl/pubs/600r08129/600r08129.htm | Download October 2008
Roy A.H., H. Cabezas, M.P. Clagett, N.T. Hoagland, A.L. Mayer, M.A. Morrison, W.D. Shuster, J.J. Templeton, and H.W. Thurston. 2006. Retrofit stormwater management: Navigating multidisciplinary hurdles at the watershed scale. Stormwater 7(3): 16-29. May 2006
Mayer, A.L, A.H. Roy, M. White, C.G. Maurice, and L. McKinney. 2008. Quick assessment protocols for measuring relative ecological significance of terrestrial ecosystems. EPA/600/R-08/061. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Washington DC. Available online at: http://www.epa.gov/nrmrl/pubs/600r08061/600r08061.htm | Download May 2008
Lord, M.L., Palmer, J.O., Willey, L., Roy, A., Shema, A. and S. Myers. 1996. Second Edition. Handbook for water quality analysis of French Creek. Allegheny College, Meadville, PA. January 1996
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Data Release Rogers, J.B., G.V. DiRenzo, R.M. Quiñones, T.Richards, A. H. Roy. Freshwater fish biodiversity and distribution in the Northeastern United States. Version 1.0.0: U.S. Geological Survey software release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P142VIXH July 2023
Software Release Marjadi, M.N., Roy, A.H., Llopiz, J.K., and Sheppard, J. 2023. Data used to test a video monitoring and computational system for estimating juvenile fish abundance: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P93XRINQ. June 2023
Data Release He, X., Carmignani, J., Andreadis, K., Roy, A., Kumar, A., and Butler, K., 2023, Developing a stochastic hydrological model for informing lake water level drawdown management: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P94NQFCF. June 2023
Data Release He, X., Andreadis, K., Roy, A., Kumar, A., and Butler, C. 2023. A repository of hydrological modeling framework for lake drawdown management (HMF-Lake). Version 1.0.0; U.S. Geological Survey software release. Reston, VA. https://doi.org/10.5066/P9C8BVY2 September 2022
Data Release Abbott, K.A. and Roy, A.H., 2022, Stream Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen Responses to Small Dams and Dam Removal in Massachusetts: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P9L2ATHV. March 2022