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

Nebraska Staff Member


Michelle L Zundel (Hellman)

O/S Temp
Email: michelle_hellman@hotmail.com

Research Publications Publication Date
Wong, A., C. R. Allen, N. M. Chaine, D. M. Haak, K. L. Pope, N. A. Smeenk, B. J. Stephen, and D. R. Uden. 2013. Enamel-based mark performance for marking Chinese mystery snail Bellamya chinensis. Management of Biological Invasions 4:231-234. | Download October 2013
Uden, D. R., M. L. Hellman, D.G. Angeler, and C. R. Allen. The role of reserves and anthropogenic elements for functional connectivity and resilience of ephemeral habitats. Ecological Applications 24:1569-1582. November 2014
Stephen, B. J., C. R. Allen, N. M. Chaine, K. A. Fricke, D. M. Haak, M. L. Hellman, R. A. Kill, K. T. Nemec, K. L. Pope, N. A. Smeenk, D. R. Uden, K. M. Unstad, A. E. VanderHam, and A. Wong. 2013. Fecundity of the Chinese mystery snail in a Nebraska reservoir. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 28:439-444. | Download December 2013
Piotr Magnuszewski, Karolina Krolikowska, Anna Koch, Michal Pajak, Craig Allen, Victoria Chraibi, Anil Giri, Danielle Haak, Noelle Hart, Michelle Hellman, Donald Pan, Nathan Rossman, Jan Sendzimir, Maggi Sliwinski, Joanna Stefanska, Tharsi Taillieu, Denise Marie Weide and Ilonka Zlatar. Exploring the role of relational practices in water governance using a game-based approach. Water 10: 346. July 2018
Chaine, N. M., C. R. Allen, K. A. Fricke, D. M. Haak, M. L. Hellman, R. A. Kill, K. T. Nemec, K. L. Pope, N. A. Smeenk, B. J. Stephen, D. R. Uden, K. M. Unstad, and A. E. VanderHam. 2012. Population estimate of Chinese mystery snail (Bellamya chinensis) in a Nebraska reservoir. BioInvasions Records 1:283-287. | Download October 2012
Presentations Presentation Date
Haak, D. M., C. R. Allen, K. A. Fricke, N. M. Hart, M. L. Hellman, R. A. Kill, K. T. Nemec, K. L. Pope, N. A. Smeenk, B. J. Stephen, D. R. Uden, K. M. Unstad, A. E. VanderHam, and A. Wong. 2014. Solving mysteries of the snail. 74th Annual Meeting, Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, Kansas City, Missouri. January 2014
Daniel R. Uden, Michelle L. Hellman, David G. Angeler, and Craig R. Allen. The role of reserves and anthropogenic habitats for functional connectivity and resilience of ephemeral wetlands. NE Chapter of the Wildlife Society Annual Meeting, Kearney, NE. Feb 27-Feb 28, 2014. February 2014
Ashley VanderHam, Michelle Hellman, and Dr. Craig Allen. Using Amphibian Monitoring to Create Wetland Restoration Guidelines. Midwest Fish and Wildlife Conference, January 26-29, 2014. Kansas City, KS. January 2014
Allen, C. R., N. M. Chaine, K. A. Fricke, D. M. Haak, M. L. Hellman, R. A. Kill, K. T. Nemec, K. L. Pope, N. A. Smeenk, B. J. Stephen, D. R. Uden, K. M. Unstad, A. E. VanderHam and A. Wong. 2013. Solving mysteries of the snails. Annual Meeting, Nebraska Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Gretna, Nebraska. February 2013