Publications

PUBLICATIONS

9. Cover, M. R., Seo, J. H., and Resh, V. H. 2015. Life history, burrowing behavior, and distribution of Neohermes filicornis (Megaloptera: Corydalidae), a long-lived aquatic insect in intermittent streams. Western North American Naturalist 75: 474-490. [Link]

8. Cover, M. R., and Bogan, M. T. 2014. The Minor Aquatic Insect Orders. Pages 1059-1072 in Thorp and Covitch’s Freshwater Invertebrates, Volume I: Ecology and General Biology. Eds: Thorp, J. H., Rogers, C. D., and Tockner, K. Academic Press.

7. Lawrence, J. E., Cover, M. R., May, C. L., and Resh, V. H. 2014. Replacement of culvert styles has minimal impact on benthic macroinvertebrates in forested, mountainous streams of Northern California. Limnologica 47:7-20. [Link]

6. Stein, E. D., Cover, M. R., Fetscher, A. E., O’Reilly, C., Guardado, R., Solek, C. W. 2013. Reach-scale geomorphic and biological effects of localized stream bank armoring. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 49:780-792. [Link]

5. Lunde, K., Cover, M., Mazor, R., Sommers, C., Resh, V. 2013. Identifying reference sites and quantifying biological variability within benthic macroinvertebrate communities in perennial and non-perennial northern California streams. Environmental Management 51:1262-1273. [Link]

4. Lawrence, J. E., Resh, V. H., and Cover, M. R. 2012. Large-wood loading from natural and engineered processes at the watershed scale. River Research and Applications 29: 1030-1041. [Link]

3. Cover, M. R., de la Fuente, J., and Resh, V. H. 2010. Catastrophic disturbances in headwater streams: the long-term ecological effects of debris flows and debris floods in the Klamath Mountains, northern California. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67:1596-1610. [Link]

2. Cover, M. R., May, C. L., Resh, V. H., and Dietrich, W. E. 2008. Quantitative linkages among sediment supply, streambed fine sediment, and benthic macroinvertebrates in northern California streams. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27:135-149. [Link]

1. Cover, M. R. and Resh, V. H. 2008. Global diversity of dobsonflies, fishflies, and alderflies (Megaloptera; Insecta) and spongillaflies, nevrorthids, and osmylids (Neuroptera; Insecta) in freshwater. Hydrobiologia 595:409-417. [Link]


TEACHING PEDAGOGY PUBLICATIONS

2. Cover, M. 2012. The Diversity of Life: General Biology II Laboratory Manual. Pearson: New York. ISBN-10-1-269-06820-2

1. Cover, M. 2009. Goal for year two: encourage more critical thinking in the science classroom. Faculty Voices: Sharing our Philosophies of Teaching VIII: 20-22. CSU Stanislaus Faculty Development Center.

 

PEER-REVIEWED TECHNICAL REPORTS

(reports listed below are available at the SFBRWQCB SWAMP website)

4. Katznelson, R., Cover, M., Anderson, K., Otis, P., and Taberski, K. 2008. Water quality monitoring and bioassessment in selected San Francisco Bay Region watersheds in 2004- 2006. Final Technical Report for the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program. San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Oakland, CA.

3. Katznelson, R., White, N., Cover, M., and Taberski, K. 2007. Water quality monitoring and bioassessment in San Francisco Bay Region watersheds: Kirker Creek, Mt. Diablo Creek, Petaluma River, and San Mateo Creek. Final Technical Report for the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program. San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Oakland, CA.

2. Nicely, P., Cover, M., Taberski, K., White, N., Hunt, J., Krottje, P., and Moore, S. 2007. Water quality monitoring and bioassessment in nine San Francisco Bay Region watersheds. Final Technical Report for the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program. San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Oakland, CA

1. Moore, S. M., Cover, M. R., and Senter, A. 2007. A rapid trash assessment method applied to waters of the San Francisco Bay Region: trash measurement in streams. Final Technical Report for the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program. San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board, Oakland, CA.