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

Massachusetts Staff Member


Catherine N Bentsen

Master's
Email: cbentsen@umass.edu

Presentations Presentation Date
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
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
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
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