Zawalski, R., Nowlin W.H., Cottenie, K., Grubh, A., and A. N. Schwalb. 2019. Distinctive macroinvertebrate communities in a subtropical river network. Freshwater Ecology 34:135-150 [Link to open access]
Strayer, D. L., Adamovich, B. V., Schwalb, A.N. (21/24 in alphabetical order), Steinman, A. D., Jeschke, J. M. 2019. Long-term population dynamics of dreissenid mussels (Dreissena polymorpha and D. rostriformis): a cross-system analysis. Ecosphere 10(4):e02701. 10.1002/ecs2.2701 [Link to open access]
Mitchell, Z. A., J. McGuire, J. Abel, B. A. Hernandez, and A. N. Schwalb. 2018. Move on or take the heat: Can life history strategies of freshwater mussels predict their physiological and behavioural responses to drought and dewatering? Freshwater Biology DOI: 10.1111/fwb.13187 [Link to journal]
Olson, J., J. Robertson, T. M. Swannack, R. F. McMahon, W. H. Nowlin, and A. N. Schwalb. 2018. Dispersal of zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) downstream of an invaded reservoir. Aquatic Invasions 13:199-209. [Link to open access]
Trombley, C. A., T. B. Hardy, and A. N. Schwalb. 2018. Disturbance-driven changes in fish assemblages caused by a sudden increase in salinity in a perennial desert stream. . Environmental Biology of Fishes 101:791-798. [Link to journal]
Dascher, E., L. E. Burlakova, A. Y. Karatayey, D. Ford, and A. N. Schwalb. 2018. Distribution of unionid freshwater mussels and host fishes in Texas. A study of broad scale spatial patterns across basins and a strong climate gradient. Hydrobiologia, 810, 315-331. [Link to journal]
Schwalb, A. N., T.J. Morris, and K. Cottenie. 2015. Dispersal abilities of riverine freshwater mussels influence metacommunity structure. Freshwater Biology 60: 911-921.
Schwalb, A.N., A.C. Alexander, A.J. Paul, K. Cottenie, and J.B. Rasmussen 2015. Changes in migratory fish communities and their health, hydrology, and water chemistry in rivers of the Athabasca oil sands region: A review of historical and current data. Environmental Reviews 23:1-18. [Link to open access]
Schwalb, A.N., D. Bouffard, L. Boegman, L. Leon, J. G. Winter, L. Molot, and R.E.H. 2015. 3D modeling of dreissenid mussel impacts on phytoplankton in a large lake supports the nearshore shunt hypothesis and the importance of wind-driven hydrodynamics. Aquatic Sciences 77:95-114.
Schwalb, A.N., T.J. Morris, N.E. Mandrak, and K. Cottenie. 2013. Distribution of unionid freshwater mussels depends on the distribution of host fish on a regional scale. Diversity and Distributions 19: 446-454. [pdf]
Schwalb, A.N., D. Bouffard, T. Ozersky, L. Boegman, and R.E.H. Smith. 2013. Impacts of hydrodynamics and benthic communities on phytoplankton distributions in a large, dreissenid-colonized lake (Lake Simcoe, Ontario, Canada). Inland Waters 3: 269-284.[pdf]
North, R.L., D. Barton, A.S. Crowe…A.N. Schwalb (27/32 in alphabetical order)… J.D. Young. 2013. The state of Lake Simcoe (Ontario, Canada): the effects of multiple stressors on phosphorus and oxygen dynamics. Inland Waters 3: 51-74.[pdf]
Schwalb, A.N., T.J. Morris, and J.D. Ackerman. 2012. The effect of settling velocity on the transport of mussel larvae in a cobble-bed river: Water column and near-bed turbulence. Limnology and Oceanography: Fluids and Environments 2: 28-40. [pdf]
Schwalb, A. N., and J.D. Ackerman. 2011. Settling velocities of juvenile Lampsilini mussels (Mollusca: Unionidae): The influence of behavior. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30:702-709. [pdf]
Schwalb, A.N., M.S. Poos, K. Cottenie, and J.D. Ackerman. 2011. Dispersal limitation of unionid mussels and implications for their conservation. Freshwater Biology 56:1509-1518. [pdf]
Schwalb, A.N., M.S. Poos, and J.D. Ackerman. 2011. Movement of logperch: Implications for dispersal of endangered snuffbox mussels via its obligate host fish. Aquatic Sciences 73:223-231. [pdf]
Schwalb, A.N., M. Garvie, and J.D. Ackerman. 2010. Dispersion of freshwater mussel larvae in a lowland river. Limnology and Oceanography 55:628-638. [pdf]
Poos, M.S., A.J. Dextrase, A.N. Schwalb, and J.D. Ackerman. 2010. Secondary invasion of the round goby into high diversity Great Lakes tributaries and species at risk hotspots: potential new concerns for endangered freshwater species. Biological Invasions 12: 1269-1284. [pdf]
Fudge, D.S., L.J. Szewciw, and A.N. Schwalb. 2009. Morphology and Development of Blue Whale Baleen: An Annotated Translation of Tycho Tullberg’s Classic 1883 Paper. Aquatic Mammals 35: 226-252. [pdf]
Gillis, P.L., R.J. Mitchell, A.N. Schwalb, G.L. Mackie, C.M. Wood, and J.D. Ackerman. 2008. Sensitivity of the glochidia (larvae) of freshwater mussels to copper: Assessing the effect of water hardness and dissolved organic carbon on the sensitivity of endangered species. Aquatic Toxicology 88: 137-145.[pdf]
Schwalb, A.N., and M.T. Pusch. 2007. Horizontal and vertical movements of unionid mussels (Bivalvia: Unionidae) in a lowland river. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 26: 261-272. [pdf]
Stirk, W.A., A.N. Schwalb, M.E. Light, J. Medkova, R. Lenobel, M. Strnad and J. van Staden 2003. Potential Medicinal Value of Some South African Seaweeds. SouthAfrican Journal of Botany 69: 462-268.