Publications

Refereed Journals or Symposia

1. Grossman, G. D. 1977. Polymorphism of plasma esterases in rainbow trout. Prog. Fish. Cult. 39:35-36.

2. Grossman, G. D. 1979. Demographic characteristics of an intertidal bay goby (Lepidogobius lepidus). Environ. Biol. Fish. 4:207-218.

3. Grossman, G. D. 1979. Symbiotic burrow-occupying behavior in the bay goby (Lepidogobius lepidus). Cal. Fish and Game 65:122-124.

4. Brittan, M. R. and G. D. Grossman. 1979. A pacu (Colossoma spp. Family Characidae) from the Sacramento River. Cal. Fish and Game 65:170-173.

5. Grossman, G. D. 1980. Food, fights and burrows: the adaptive significance of intraspecific aggression in the bay goby (Pisces: Gobiidae). Oecologia 45:261-266.

6. Grossman, G. D. 1980. Ecological aspects of ontogenetic shifts in prey size utilization in the bay goby (Pisces: Gobiidae). Oecologia 47:233-238.

7. Grossman, G. D., Coffin, R. and P. B. Moyle. 1980. Feeding ecology of the bay goby (Pisces: Gobiidae). Effects of behavioral, ontogenetic, and temporal variation on diet. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. and Ecol. 44:47-59.

8. Dentler, J. and G. D. Grossman. 1980. A geographic record for the redtail surfperch. Cal. Fish and Game 66:242.

9. Grossman, G. D. 1982. Dynamics and organization of a rocky intertidal fish assemblage: the persistence and resilience of taxocene structure. Am. Nat. 119:611-637.

10. Grossman, G. D. 1982. Community regulation and patterns of resource partitioning. pp. 166-177, in: Proc. 3rd Tech. Workshop on Fish Food Habits Studies.

11. Grossman, G. D., Moyle, P. B. and J. R. Whitaker, Jr. 1982. Stochasticity in structural and functional characteristics of an Indiana stream fish assemblage: a test of community theory. Am. Nat. 120:423-454.

12. deVlaming, V., Grossman, G. D. and F. Chapman. 1982. On the use of the gonosomatic index. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 73A:31-41.

13. Moyle, P. B., Vondracek, B. and G. D. Grossman. 1983. Responses of the fish populations of the North Fork of the Feather River, California, to treatments with fish toxicants. North Am. J. Fish. Manag. 3:48-60.

14. Grossman, G. D. and V. deVlaming. 1984. Reproductive ecology of female Oligocottus snyderi Greeley: a North American intertidal sculpin. J. Fish. Biol. 25:231-240.

15. Grossman, G. D., Freeman, M. C., Moyle, P. B. and J. O. Whitaker, Jr. 1985. Stochasticity and assemblage organization in an Indiana stream fish assemblage. Am. Nat. 126:275-285.

16. Grossman, G. D., Harris, M. J. and J. E. Hightower. 1985. The relationship between tilefish (Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps) abundance and sediment composition off Georgia, U.S.A. Fish. Bull. 83:443-447.

17. Harris, M. and G. D. Grossman. 1985. Growth, mortality, and age composition of a lightly exploited tilefish (Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps) substock off Georgia. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 114:837-846.

18. Hightower, J. E. and G. D. Grossman. 1985. Comparison of constant effort harvesting policies for fish stocks with variable recruitment. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45:982-988.

19. Erickson, D. L., Hightower, J. and G. D. Grossman. 1985. The relative gonadal index: an alternative index for the quantification of reproductive condition. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 81A:117-120.

20. Erickson, D. L., Harris, M. J. and G. D. Grossman. 1985. Ovarian cycling of tilefish (Lopholatilus chamaeleonticeps, Goode and Bean), from the South Atlantic Bight, U.S.A. J. Fish Biol. 27:131-146.

21. Freeman, M. C., Neally, N. and G. D. Grossman. 1985. Aspects of the life history of Oligocottus snyderi Greeley (Pisces: Cottidae). Fish. Bull. 83:645-655.

22. Grossman, G. D. 1986. Resource partitioning in a rocky intertidal fish assemblage. J. Zool. B:317-355.

23. Grossman, G. D. 1986. Long term persistence in a rocky intertidal fish assemblage. Environ. Biol. Fish. 15:315-317.

24. Erickson, D. L. and G. D. Grossman. 1986. Reproductive demography of tilefish from the South Atlantic Bight with a test for the presence of protogynous hermaphroditism. Trans. Am. Fish Soc. 115:279-285.

25. Grossman, G. D. and M. C. Freeman. 1987. Microhabitat use in a stream fish assemblage. J. Zool. 212:151-176.

26. Grossman, G. D., de Sostoa, A., Freeman, M. and J. Lobón-Cerviá. 1987. Microhabitat selection in a Mediterranean riverine fish assemblage: I Fishes of the lower Matarraña. Oecologia 73:490-500.

27. Grossman, G. D., de Sostoa, A., Freeman, M., and J. Lobón-Cerviá. 1987. Microhabitat selection in a Mediterranean riverine fish assemblage: II. Fishes of the upper Matarraña. Oecologia 73:501-512.

28. Hightower, J. E. and G. D. Grossman. 1987. Optimal policies for rehabilitation of overexploited fish stocks. Can. J. Fish Aquat. Sci. 44:803-810.

29. Hill, J. and G. D. Grossman. 1987. Home range estimates for three North American stream fishes. Copeia 1987:376-380.

30. Hill, J. and G. D. Grossman. 1987. The effects of subcutaneous mark location and color on growth, survivorship, mark longevity, and recapture rates of some southeastern stream fishes. Copeia 1987(2):492-495.

31. Barrett, J. C. and G. D. Grossman. 1988. The effects of direct current electrofishing on the mottled sculpin (Cottus bairdi). N. Am. J. Fish. Man: 8:112-116.

32. Freeman, M. C., Crawford, M., Barrett, J., Facey, D. E., Flood, M., Hill, J., Stouder, D., and G. D. Grossman. 1988. Fish assemblage stability in a southern Appalachian stream. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45: 1949-1958.

33. Hightower, J. E. and G. D. Grossman. 1989. Status of the tilefish fishery off South Carolina and Georgia and recommendations for management. Fish Bull. 87: 177-188.

34. Nickerson, D. M., Facey, D. E., and G. D. Grossman. 1989. Estimating physiological thresholds using two-phase segmented regression. Physiol. Zool. 62: 866-887.

35. Grossman, G. D., Dowd, J. F., and M. C. Crawford. 1990. Disturbance and recovery in lotic ecosystems: a review of assemblage stability studies with stream fishes. Environ. Manage. 14:661-671.

36. Facey, D. E. and G. D. Grossman. 1990. The metabolic cost of maintaining position for four North American stream fishes: effects of season and velocity. Physiol Zool. 63:757-776.

37. Freeman, M. C., Viñolas, D., de Sostoa, A., and G. D. Grossman. 1990. Microhabitat use by Blennius fluviatilis in the Rio Matarraña, Spain. Freshwat. Biol. 24:335-345.

38. Grossman, G. D. 1991. Ecology of teleost fishes (Book review.) Copeia 1991:1158-1160.

39. Grossman, G. D. and V. Boule. 1991. An experimental study of competition for space between rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 48:1235-1243.

40. Grossman, G. D., D. M. Nickerson, and M. C. Freeman. 1991. Principal component analyses of assemblage structure data: the utility of tests based on eigenvalues. Ecology 72:341-347.

41. Barrett, J. D., G. D. Grossman, and J. Rosenfeld. 1992. Turbidity induced changes in reactive distance in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 121:437-443.

42. DeHaven, J. E., D. J. Stouder, R. Ratajczak, T. J. Welch, and G. D. Grossman. 1992. Reproductive biology of mottled sculpin (Cottus bairdi), rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides) and longnose dace (Rhinichtys cataractae) in a southern Appalachian stream. Ecol. Freshwat. Fishes 1:104-111.

43. Facey, D. E., and G. D. Grossman. 1992. Do metabolic constraints influence microhabitat use in four North American stream fishes? Hydrobiologia 239:1-6.

44. Freeman, M. C. and G. D. Grossman. 1992. A field test for competitive interactions among foraging stream fishes. Copeia 1992:898-902.

45. Freeman, M. C. and G. D. Grossman. 1992. Group foraging by a stream minnow: shoals or aggregations? Anim. Beh. 44:393-403.

46. Grossman, G. D. 1993. Fish ecology. (Book Review) Freshwater Biology 29:183-189.

47. Grossman, G. D. 1993. Artificial Habitats for Freshwater and Marine Fisheries. (Book Review) Trans. Am. Fish Soc. 122:306-308.

48. Grossman, G. D. 1993. The freshwater fishes of North Carolina. (Book Review) J. North Amer. Benthol. Soc. 12:445-446.

49. Hill, J., and G. D. Grossman. 1993. An energetic model of microhabitat use for rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) and rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides). Ecol. 74:685-698.

50. Freeman, M. C. and G. D. Grossman. 1993. Effects of habitat availability on dispersion of a stream minnow. Environ. Biol. Fish. 37:121-130.

51. Grossman, G. D. 1994. Behavior of teleost fishes, (Book Review). Freshwater Biology 32:151-152.

52. Grossman, G. D., and A. de Sostoa. 1994. Microhabitat use by fishes in the lower Rio Matarraña, Spain: 1984-1987. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 3:123-136.

53. Grossman, G. D., and A. de Sostoa. 1994. Microhabitat use by fishes in the upper Rio Matarraña, Spain: 1984-1987. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 3:141-152.

54. Grossman, G. D., Ratajczak, R. Jr. and M. C. Crawford. 1995. Do rock bass (Ambloplites rupestris) induce microhabitat shifts in mottled sculpin (Cottus bairdi). Copeia 1995:343-353.

55. Grossman, G. D., Hill, J. and J. T. Petty. 1995. Observations on habitat structure, population regulation, and habitat use with respect to evolutionarily significant units: a landscape perspective for lotic systems. In: Evolution and the Aquatic Ecosystem. American Fisheries Society Symp. 17: 381-391.

56. Petty, T. and G. D. Grossman. 1996. Patch selection by mottled sculpin (Pisces: Cottidae) in a southern Appalachian stream. Freshwat. Biol: 35: 261-176.

57. Grossman, G. D., Jones, G. P. and W. J. Seaman, Jr. 1997. Do artificial reefs increase regional fish production?: A review of existing data. Fisheries 22:17-23.

58. Rincon, P. R. and G. D. Grossman. 1997. Quantitative ecology and the brown trout, (Book Review). Freshwat. Biol. 38:441-442.

59. Grossman, G. D. 1998. Notes from the blackboard. Fisheries 23:16-17.

60. Grossman, G. D., and R. E. Ratajczak. 1998. Long-term patterns of microhabitat use by fishes in a southern Appalachian stream from1983-1992: effects of hydrologic period, season and fish length. Ecology Freshwat. Fish 7:108-131.

61. Grossman, G. D., Ratajczak, R. E., Crawford, M. S., and M. S. Freeman. 1998. Assemblage organization in stream fishes: effects of environmental variation and interspecific interactions. Ecol. Monogr. 68:395-420.

62. Rincon, P. A., and G. D. Grossman. 1998. The effects of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) on the use of spatial resources and behavior of rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides). Archiv. Hydrobiol. 141:333-352.

63. Grossman, G. D. 1999. Intertidal Fishes. (Book Review) Trans. Am. Fish Soc. Vol. 128: 974-975.

64. Rincon, P.A., Hughes, N.F. & G. D. Grossman. 2000. Landscape approaches to stream fish ecology, mechanistic aspects of habitat selection and behavioral ecology/ Introduction and commentary. Ecology Freshwat. Fish 9:1-3

65. Petty, J. T., & G. D. Grossman. 2000. The effects of an underwater fish observation technique on stream macroinvertebrates at two spatial scales. Ecology Freshwat. Fish 9:145-152.

66. Fausch, K. D., Taniguchi, Y., Nakano, S., Grossman, G. D., & Townsend, C. R. 2001. Flood disturbance regimes influence rainbow trout invasion success among five Holartic regions. Ecol. Appl. 11:1438-1455.

67. Rincon, P.A. & G. D. Grossman. 2001. Intraspecific aggression in rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides): a drift-feeding cyprinid. J. Fish Biol.59:968-986.

68. Roberts, J. H., & G. D. Grossman. 2001. Reproductive characteristics of female longnose dace in the Coweeta Creek. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 10:184-190.

69. Thompson, A. R., Petty, J. T., and G. D. Grossman. 2001. Multi-scale effects of resource patchiness on foraging behavior and habitat use by longnose dace, Rhinichthys cataractae. Freshwat. Biol 46: 145-161.

70. Grossman, G.D., Rincon, P. A., Farr, M.D., & R. E. Ratajczak. 2002. A new optimal foraging model predicts habitat use by drift-feeding stream minnows. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 11:2-10.

71. Grossman, G.D., McDaniel, K. M., & R. E. Ratajczak. 2002. Demographic characteristics of female mottled sculpin (Cottus bairdi) in the Coweeta Creek drainage, North Carolina (U.S.A.). Environ. Biol. Fish. 63:299-308.

72. Fiumera, A.C., Porter, B.A., Grossman, G.D., & J.C. Avise. 2002. Intensive genetic assessment of the mating system and reproductive success in a semi-closed population of the mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdi. Mol. Ecology 11: 2366-2377.

73. Eros, T., Botta-Dukat, Z., & G. D. Grossman. 2003. Assemblage structure and habitat use of fishes in a Central European submontane stream: a patch-based approach. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 12:141-150.

74. Smith, S. & G. D. Grossman. 2003. Stream microhabitat use by larval southern two-lined salamanders (Eurycea cirrigera) in the Georgia Piedmont. Copeia 2003:531-543..

75. Gibson, C.A., Ratajczak, R. E., and G. D. Grossman. 2004. Direct and indirect effects of predation at the patch scale in a southern Appalachian stream. Oikos 106:158-166.

76. Guy, C. J., Ratajczak, R. E., and G. D. Grossman. 2004. Nest-site selection by southern two-lined salamanders (Eurycea cirregera) in the Georgia Piedmont. Southeast. Nat.3:75-88.

77. Petty, T. and G. D. Grossman. 2004. Restricted movement by mottled sculpin (Pisces: cottidae) in a southern Appalachian stream. Freshwat. Biol. 49:631-645.

78. Eros, T. and G. D. Grossman. 2005. Fish biodiversity in two Hungarian streams: a landscape-based approach. Arch. fur Hydrobiol. 162:53-71.

79. Eros, T., and G. D. Grossman. 2005. Effects of within-patch habitat structure and variation on fish assemblage characteristics in the Bernecei Stream, Hungary. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 14:256-266.

80. Rashleigh, B., & G. D. Grossman. 2005. Effects of hydrology on mottled sculpin (Cottus bairdi) in a southern Appalachian stream: an individual-based simulation model. Ecol. Model 187:247-258.

81. Grossman, G.D., Petty, J. T., Ratajczak, R. E., Peterson, J., Hunter, M. & G. Grenouillet. 2006. Population dynamics of mottled (Pisces:cottidae) in a variable environment: an information theoretic approach. Ecol. Monogr.76: 217-234.

82. Coombs, S. & G. D. Grossman. 2006. Mechanosensory-based orienting behaviors in fluvial and lacustrine populations of mottled sculpin (Cottus bairdi). Mar. Freshwat. Beh. Physiol. 39:113-130.

83. Grossman, G. D. and J. Lobon-Cervia. 2007. Where we are, where we are going… Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 16:465-467.

84. Zamor, R. M. and G. D. Grossman. 2007. Turbidity affects foraging success of drift-feeding rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides). Trans. Am. Fish. Soc.136:167-176.

85. Brosse, S., Grossman, G.D. and S. Lek. 2007. Fish assemblage patterns in the littoral zone of a European reservoir. Freshwat. Biol. 52:448-458.

86. Rincon, P.A. Bastir, M. and G. D. Grossman. 2007. Form and performance: body shape and prey capture success in four drift-feeding minnows. Oecologia 152:345-355

87. Jones, B., Grossman, G.D., Walsh, D.C.I., Avise, J.C. and Anthony C. Fiumera. 2007. Estimating differential reproductive success from nests of related individuals, with application to a study of the mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdi. Genetics176:2427-2439.

88. Petty, J. T. and G. D. Grossman. 2007. Size-dependent territoriality of mottled sculpin in a southern Appalachian stream. Trans. Am. Fish. Soc.136:1750-1761.

89. DeVries D.R., Grossman, G.D., Wahl, D.H., Stone, J..A., Utter, F.M., Jennings, C.A. and D.M. Kimball. 2007. A perspective on the decision to establish an AFS marine journal. Fisheries 32(1):30.

90. Skyfield, J.P. and G. D. Grossman. 2008. Microhabitat use and movements of gilt darters (Percina evides) in two southeastern streams. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 17:219-230.

91. Henry, B.E., and G. D. Grossman. 2008. Microhabitat use by blackbanded (Percina nigrofasciata), turquoise (Etheostoma inscriptum), and tesselated (E. olmstedi) darters during droughjt in a Georgia Piedmont stream. Environ. Biol. Fish. 83:171-182.

92. Grossman, G.D. & J. P. Skyfield. 2009. Quantifying microhabitat availability: random versus focal fish methods. Hydrobiologia 624:235-240.

93. Hazelton, P.B. & G.D. Grossman.2009. Turbidity, velocity and interspecific interactions affect foraging success of rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides) and yellowfin shiners (Notropis lutipinnis).Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 18:427-436.

94. Hazelton, P.B. & G.D. Grossman.2009. The effects of turbidity and an invasive species on foraging success of rosyside dace (Clinostomus funduloides). Freshwater Biol. 54:1977-1989.

95. Scott, C.H., Cashner, M., Grossman, G.D., & J.P. Wares. 2009. An awkward introduction: phylogeography of Notropis lutipinnis in its ‘native’ range and the Little Tennessee River. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 18: 538-549.

96. Petty, J. T. & G. D. Grossman. 2010. Giving-up densities and ideal preemptive patch use in a predatory benthic stream fish. Freshwat. Biol. 55:780-793.

97. Grossman, G.D., Ratajczak, R.E., Wagner, C.M., & J. T. Petty. 2010. Dynamics and population regulation of southern brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in a southern Appalachian stream. Freshwat. Biol.55:1494-1508.

98. Grossman, G.D. & J.L. Sabo. 2010. Preface: structure and dynamics of stream fish assemblages. Community Ecology of Stream Fishes, Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. 73:401–405,

99. Grossman, G.D. & J.L. Sabo. 2010. Incorporating environmental variation into models of community stability: examples from stream fish assemblages. Community Ecology of Stream Fishes, Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. 73:407-426.

100. Grossman, G.D., Ratajczak, R.E., Farr, M.D. Wagner, C.M., & J. T. Petty. 2010. Why there are fewer fish upstream. Community Ecology of Stream Fishes, Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. 73:63-81.

101. Grossman, G.D. & J.L. Sabo. 2010. Structure and dynamics of stream fish assemblages: a commentary. Community Ecology of Stream Fishes, Am. Fish. Soc. Symp. 73:401-405.

102. Gotelli, N. Dorazio, R, Ellison, A. & G. D. Grossman. 2010. Detecting temporal trends in species assemblages with randomization procedures and hierarchical models. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 365:3621-3631

103. Almeida, D., Almodóvar, A., Nicolac, G., Elvira, B. & G. Grossman. 2012. Trophic plasticity of invasive juvenile largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides in Iberian streams. Fisheries Res. 113:153-158.

104. Almeida, D. & G. D. Grossman. 2012. The utility of direct observational methods for assessing competitive interactions between invasive and native freshwater fishes. Fisheries Manage. & Ecol.19:157-166.

105. Grossman, G.D., Nuhfer, A. Zorn, T. Sundin, G. & G. Alexander. 2012. Population regulation of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in Hunt Creek Michigan: a 50-year study. Freshwat. Biol. 57:1434-1448.

106. Wagner, C. M. & G. D. Grossman. 2013. Input matching and patch use by native and invasive minnows. Ecol. Freshwat Fish 22:55-65.

107. Martelo, J., Grossman, G. & Filomena Magalhaes. 2013. Extrinsic and intrinsic factors influence daily activity of a Mediterranean cyprinid. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 22:307-316

108. Anglin, Z. W. & G. D. Grossman. 2013. Microhabitat use by southern brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in a headwater North Carolina stream. Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 22:567-577

109. Elkins, D. & G. D. Grossman. 2014. Invasive rainbow trout affect habitat use feeding efficiency and social behavior of warpaint shiners. Invas. Biol.16:919-933.

110. Grossman, G.D. 2014. Not all drift feeders are trout: a short review of fitness-based habitat selection models for fishes. Environ. Biol. Fish. 97:465-473

111. Grossman, G.D. 2014. Improving the reviewing process in ecology and evolutionary biology. Animal Biodiv.& Con.37:101-105.

112. Almeida, D. & G. D. Grossman. 2014. Regulated small rivers as nursery areas for invasive largemouth bass Micropterus salmoides in Iberian waters. Aquat. Conserv.: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/aqc.2425/pd 13 pp.

113.Martelo, J., Grossman, G. & F. Magalhaes. 2014 Habitat patchiness affects distribution and microhabitat use of endangered Mira chub Squalius torgalensis (Actinopterygii, Cypriniformes)
Hydrobiol.732:93-109.

114. Grossman, G.,& E. Watson. 2015. The use of original music videos to teach natural history. J. Nat. Hist. Ed. & Exp.: 9:1-7.

115. Grossman, G., & T. Richards. 2016. Active learning via student karaoke videos. Int. J. Teach. Learn. Higher Ed. 28:204-217.

116. Grossman, G.D., Sundin,G. & R. Ratajczak. 2016. Long-term persistence, density-dependence and effects of climate change on rosyside dace (cyprinidae). Freshwater Biology 61:832-847

117 Grossman, G.D., A six step guide to writing and publishing a scientific paper. https://medium.com/@garydavidgrossman/a-six-step-guide-to-writing-and-publishing-a-scientific-paper-147c21e655b0#.3bb1by8q4 .

118. Grossman, G.D. 2016. “A river between us”. Am. Biol. Teach. 78: 531.

119. Grossman, G.D. 2016. Predation on fishes in the Sacramento – San Joaquin Delta: current knowledge and future directions. San Francisco Estuary & Watershed Science 14(2): 23 pp. http://escholarship.org/uc/item/9rw9b5tj .

120. Grossman, G.D., Orth, D. & J. Neuswanger. 2016. Innovative Approaches to Fisheries Education. Fisheries 41: 450-457.

121. Grossman, G.D. 2016. The 21st century university course syllabus. https://medium.com/the-coffeelicious/the-21st-century-university-course-syllabus-ba9b0a1a1cdf#.toteeuf17 .

122. Grossman, G.D. “Nature’s Orchestra” Am. Biol. Teach. 78:783.

123. Kanno, Y. Kulp, M. & G.D. Grossman. Seasonal weather variation affects densities of native brook trout and invasive rainbow trout. Freshwat. Biol. 62: 868–879.

124.Grossman, G.D., Carline, R.F. & T. Wagner. Population dynamics of Brown trout (Salmo trutta) in Spruce Creek Pennsylvania: a quarter-century perspective. Freshwat. Biol.: DOI: 10.1111/fwb.12932.

SUBMITTED
125. Donofrio, E., Simon, T., Neuswanger, J. & G. D. Grossman. Velocity, Prey-Capture and Microhabitat Selection in Juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Environ. Biol. Fish (44 ms. pp.).

126. 200+ authors including G.D. Grossman. BioTIME: a database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene. Global Ecology and Biogeography: submitted (39 ms. pp.).

127. Grossman, G.D. Coping With the Editorial Process: Advice for a Young Biologist. Animal Biodiv.& Con. (18 ms. pp.)

128. Grossman, G.D. & K. Chernoff. The need and use of open educational resources in fisheries, environmental education, and conservation. Fisheries (11 ms. pp.)