Finn, D.S. and N.L. Poff. 2011. Examining concordance of genetic and species diversity patterns to evaluate the role of dispersal limitation in structuring headwater metacommunities. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 30: 273-283.
Finn, D.S., K. Räsänen, and C.T. Robinson. 2010. Physical and biological changes to a lengthening stream gradient following a decade of rapid glacial recession. Global Change Biology 16: 3314-3326.
Finn, D.S., M.T. Bogan, and D.A. Lytle. 2009. Demographic stability metrics for conservation prioritization of isolated populations. Conservation Biology 23: 1185-1194.
Hughes, J.M, D.J. Schmidt, and D.S. Finn. 2009. Genes in streams: using DNA to understand movement of freshwater fauna and their riverine habitat. Bioscience 59: 573-583.
Finn, D.S. and N.L. Poff. 2008. Emergence and flight activity of alpine stream insects in two years with contrasting winter snowpack. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 40: 638-646.
Lytle, D.A., M.T. Bogan, and D.S. Finn. 2008. Evolution of aquatic insect behaviours across a gradient of disturbance predictability. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. Biological Sciences 275: 453-462.
Finn, D.S., M.S. Blouin, and D.A. Lytle. 2007. Population genetic structure reveals terrestrial affinities in a headwater stream insect. Freshwater Biology 52: 1881-1897.
Poff, N.L., J.D. Olden, N.K.M. Vieira, D.S. Finn, M.P. Simmons, and B.C. Kondratieff. 2006. Functional trait niches of North American lotic insects: traits-based ecological applications in light of phylogenetic relationships. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 25: 730-755.
Finn, D.S., D.M. Theobald, W.C. Black IV, and N.L. Poff. 2006. Spatial population genetic structure and limited dispersal in a Rocky Mountain alpine stream insect. Molecular Ecology 15: 3553-3566.
Finn, D.S. and N.L. Poff. 2005. Variability and convergence in benthic communities along the longitudinal gradients of four physically similar Rocky Mountain streams. Freshwater Biology 50: 243-261.