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2013 Mussel Community Survey in the Upper Mississippi River, Pool 12 (Frentress Lake Area).
2013 Mussel Community Survey in the Upper Mississippi River, Pool 12 (Frentress Lake Area).
Call, Daniel J., & Malon, M. “2013 Mussel Community Survey in the Upper Mississippi River, Pool 12 (Frentress Lake Area).” Report to the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Illinois Department of Natural Resources. 2013.
2013 Mussel Community and Habitat Survey in the Upper Mississippi River, Pool 12 (Frentress Lake Area).
2013 Mussel Community and Habitat Survey in the Upper Mississippi River, Pool 12 (Frentress Lake Area).
Call, D., Malon, M.J., Schanzle, R.W., Sallee, R.D., Skopek, J.L., & Hoffman, Adam R. “2013 Mussel Community and Habitat Survey in the Upper Mississippi River, Pool 12 (Frentress Lake Area).” Proceedings of the Mississippi River Research Consortium Annual Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 23-25, 2014, 46: 25-26.
A Comparative Study of Plankton and Substrate-Colonizing Organisms in Two Backwater Lakes of the Upper Mississippi River Ecosyst
A Comparative Study of Plankton and Substrate-Colonizing Organisms in Two Backwater Lakes of the Upper Mississippi River Ecosyst
Call, Daniel J., Michael Okpalaeze, & Raymond Harrington. “A Comparative Study of Plankton and Substrate-Colonizing Organisms in Two Backwater Lakes of the Upper Mississippi River Ecosystem.” Presentation at the Annual Meeting of the Iowa Academy of Science, Lamoni, IA, April 16-17, 2010.
A Field-to-Lab Approach for Assessing the Acute Toxicity of Chemicals toward Natural Community Assemblages of Freshwater Zooplan
A Field-to-Lab Approach for Assessing the Acute Toxicity of Chemicals toward Natural Community Assemblages of Freshwater Zooplan
Call, Daniel J. “A Field-to-Lab Approach for Assessing the Acute Toxicity of Chemicals toward Natural Community Assemblages of Freshwater Zooplankton.” Poster presentation, 30th annual meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, New Orleans, November 19-23, 2009.
A Putative P-type ATPAse Required for Virulence and Resistance to Haem Toxicity in Listeria monocytogenes.
A Putative P-type ATPAse Required for Virulence and Resistance to Haem Toxicity in Listeria monocytogenes.
Cowart, Richard. “A Putative P-type ATPAse Required for Virulence and Resistance to Haem Toxicity in Listeria monocytogenes.” PLoS One 7, no. 2 (2012): 1-12.
Aluminum Toxicity Studies
Aluminum Toxicity Studies
Call, D.J., & Brooke, L. “Aluminum Toxicity Studies.” In Addressing Environmental Risks: 50 Years of Applied Research, Student Experience and Community Outreach, edited by A.B. Dickas & M.D. Balcer, 124-125. University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2017.
An Analysis of Pesticides as Potential Ecotoxicological Risks to the Florida Apple Snail, Pomacea paludosa.
An Analysis of Pesticides as Potential Ecotoxicological Risks to the Florida Apple Snail, Pomacea paludosa.
Call, Daniel, and Nimish Vyas. “An Analysis of Pesticides as Potential Ecotoxicological Risks to the Florida Apple Snail, Pomacea paludosa.” Poster session, annual meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (North America), Milwaukee, WI, November 11-15, 2007.
Analysis of Natural Waters from Pristine Areas and Areas of Human Activity within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area...
Analysis of Natural Waters from Pristine Areas and Areas of Human Activity within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area...
Snyder, Matthew J. & Robert B. Gregory. “Analysis of Natural Waters from Pristine Areas and Areas of Human Activity within the Boundary Waters Canoe Area and the Sylvania Wilderness Area.” Poster presentation at the 47th Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 22-24, 2015.
Ashland Harbor Contaminated Sediments Study
Ashland Harbor Contaminated Sediments Study
Call, D.J., TenEyck, M., Brooke, D., Schude, K., & Balcer, M. “Ashland Harbor Contaminated Sediments Study.” In Addressing Environmental Risks: 50 Years of Applied Research, Student Experience and Community Outreach, edited by A.B. Dickas & M.D. Balcer, 198-199. University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2017.
Associate Editor, Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology.
Associate Editor, Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology.
Call, Daniel. J. Associate Editor. Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology. 2010.
Bioaccumulation of Lead and Zinc in Earthworm Tissues.
Bioaccumulation of Lead and Zinc in Earthworm Tissues.
de Silva, O. & Daniel Call. “Bioaccumulation of Lead and Zinc in Earthworm Tissues.” Poster presentation, annual meeting of the Midwest Section of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, La Crosse, WI, March 30-April 1, 2009.
Celebrating 50 Years of Publication: Year in Review!
Celebrating 50 Years of Publication: Year in Review!
Gorsuch, J.W., & Call, Daniel J. “Celebrating 50 Years of Publication: Year in Review!” Bulletin of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 97, no. 6 (2016): 743-744.
Chemical Biocentration in Fish
Chemical Biocentration in Fish
Call, D.J., & Brooke, L. “Chemical Biocentration in Fish.” In Addressing Environmental Risks: 50 Years of Applied Research, Student Experience and Community Outreach, edited by A.B. Dickas & M.D. Balcer, 94-95. University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2017.
Conservation Plan for the Black Sandshell and Butterfly Mussels.
Conservation Plan for the Black Sandshell and Butterfly Mussels.
Call, Daniel, & Malon, M.J. “Conservation Plan for the Black Sandshell and Butterfly Mussels.” Report to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and Illinois Department of Natural Resources. 2014.
Contaminated Sediments: Methods Development and Assessment of Great Lakes Sites
Contaminated Sediments: Methods Development and Assessment of Great Lakes Sites
Call, D.J., Brooke, L., Liber, K., Balcer, M., Monson, P., & Vaishnav, D. “Contaminated Sediments: Methods Development and Assessment of Great Lakes Sites.” In Addressing Environmental Risks: 50 Years of Applied Research, Student Experience and Community Outreach, edited by A.B. Dickas & M.D. Balcer, 166-167. University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2017.
Effects of Abiotic Factors on the Captures of a River Turtle Community.
Effects of Abiotic Factors on the Captures of a River Turtle Community.
Reese, A.L, Hennessy, M.R., Arensdorf, C.J., Chamberlain, C.M., & Zuercher, G.L. “Effects of Abiotic Factors on the Captures of a River Turtle Community.” Poster presentation at the 43rd Mississippi River Research Consortium Meeting, La Crosse, WI, April 28-29, 2011.
Endocrine Disrupter Test Protocol Developement
Endocrine Disrupter Test Protocol Developement
Call, D.J., & Brooke, L. “Endocrine Disrupter Test Protocol Developement.” In Addressing Environmental Risks: 50 Years of Applied Research, Student Experience and Community Outreach, edited by A.B. Dickas & M.D. Balcer, 210-211. University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2017.
Environmental Contamination Monitoring and Toxicology Era: 1993-1999
Environmental Contamination Monitoring and Toxicology Era: 1993-1999
Call, Daniel J. “Environmental Contamination Monitoring and Toxicology Era: 1993-1999.” In Addressing Environmental Risks: 50 Years of Applied Research, Student Experience and Community Outreach, edited by A.B. Dickas & M.D. Balcer, 261. University of Wisconsin-Superior, 2017.
Evaluation of Bioaccumulation and Photo-Induced Toxicity of Fluoranthene in Larval and Adult Life-Stages of Chironomus Tentans.
Evaluation of Bioaccumulation and Photo-Induced Toxicity of Fluoranthene in Larval and Adult Life-Stages of Chironomus Tentans.
Bell, H.E, K. Liber, Daniel J. Call, and G. T. Ankley. “Evaluation of Bioaccumulation and Photo-Induced Toxicity of Fluoranthene in Larval and Adult Life-Stages of Chironomus Tentans.” Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 47 (2004): 297-303.
Evidence of an Established Population of the Exotic Invasive Cladoceran, Daphnia lumholtzi, in the Mississippi River...
Evidence of an Established Population of the Exotic Invasive Cladoceran, Daphnia lumholtzi, in the Mississippi River...
Call, Daniel. J., Michael J. Malon, Michael J. Breitbach, Justin D. Goemaat, Aren T. Helgerson, Christopher W. Kuhle, Kimberly M. Parsons, Garrett J. Sheldon, & Brittany M. Stringer. “Evidence of an Established Population of the Exotic Invasive Cladoceran, Daphnia lumholtzi, in the Mississippi River near Dubuque, Iowa (Pool 12).” Poster presentation at the 42 Annual Meeting of the Mississippi River Research Consortium, LaCrosse, WI, April 22-23, 2010.

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