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. & 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. & G. D. Grossman. 1980. A geographic record for the redtail surfperch. Cal. Fish & 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. & 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. & F. Chapman. 1982. On the use of the gonosomatic index. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 73A:31-41.

13. Moyle, P. B., Vondracek, B. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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., & 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. & G. D. Grossman. 1987. Optimal policies for rehabilitation of overexploited fish stocks. Can. J. Fish Aquat. Sci. 44:803-810.

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

30. Hill, J. & 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 1987:492-495.

31. Barrett, J. C. & 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., & G. D. Grossman. 1988. Fish assemblage stability in a southern Appalachian stream. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 45: 1949-1958.

33. Hightower, J. E. & 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., & G. D. Grossman. 1989. Estimating physiological thresholds using two-phase segmented regression. Physiol. Zool. 62: 866-887.

35. Grossman, G. D., Dowd, J. F., & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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, & 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, & 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, & 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. & G. D. Grossman. 1992. Do metabolic constraints influence microhabitat use in four North American stream fishes? Hydrobiologia 239:1-6.

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

45. Freeman, M. C. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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. & 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., & 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., & 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., & 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. & G. D. Grossman. 2004. Restricted movement by mottled sculpin (Pisces: cottidae) in a southern Appalachian stream. Freshwat. Biol. 49:631-645.

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

79. Eros, T. & 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. & J. Lobon-Cervia. 2007. Where we are, where we are going… Ecol. Freshwat. Fish 16:465-467.

84. Zamor, R. M. & 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. & 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. & 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. & Anthony C. Fiumera. 2007. Estimating differential reproductive success from nests of related individuals, with application to a study of the mottled sculpin, Cottus bairdi. Genetics 176:2427-2439.

88. Petty, J. T. & 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. & D.M. Kimball. 2007. A perspective on the decision to establish an AFS marine journal. Fisheries 32(1):30.

90. Skyfield, J.P. & 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., & 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. Fish 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.: 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. & Exper. 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). Freshwat. Biol. 61:832-847

117 Grossman, G.D., A six step guide to writing and publishing a scientific paper. .

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. .

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. .

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. 62:1143–1154.

125. Grossman, G.D. Coping With the Editorial Process: Advice for a Young Biologist. Animal Biodiv.& Con. 40: 269–276.

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

127. 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.).

128. 200+ authors including G.D. Grossman. BioTIME: a database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene. Global Ecology and Biogeography: submitted (39 ms. pp.).

129. Grossman, G.D. & Simon, T. 2017. Student perceptions of an inquiry-based karaoke exercise for ecologically oriented classes: a multiclass evaluation. J. College Sci. Teach. Submitted (48 ms. pp.).