Milner, A.M., A.E. Robertson, M. McDermott, M.J. Klaar and L.E. Brown (2012). Major flood disturbance alters river ecosystem evolution. Nature Climate Change DO!:10.1038/Nclimate1665.
Ledger, M.E., L.E. Brown, F.K. Edwards, A.M. Milner (2012) Drought alters the structure and functioning of complex food webs. Nature Climate Change DOI 10.1038/NClimate1684.
Brown, L.E. and A.M. Milner (2012) Rapid loss of glacial ice reveals stream community assembly processes. Global Change Biology DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.
Jacobsen, D., A.M. Milner, L.E. Brown and O. Dangles (2012) Biodiversity under threat in glacier-fed river systems. Nature Climate Change. 2; 361-364.
Finn, D., K. Khamis and A.M. Milner (2012) Biodiversity trends expected in streams following loss of small glaciers in the French Pyrenees. Global Ecology and Biogeography DOI: 10.1111/j.1466-8238.
Crossman, J., C. Bradley, J.N.W. David and A.M. Milner (2012) Use of remote sensing to identify areas of groundwater upwelling on active glacial floodplains; their frequency, extent and significance on a landscape scale. Remote Sensing of the Environment. 123: 116-126.
Crossman, J., C. Bradley, A.M. Milner and G. Pinay. (2012) Influence of environmental instability of groundwater-fed streams on hyporheic fauna on a glacial floodplain, Denali National Park, Alaska. River Research and Applications. DOI 10.1002/rra1619
Milner, A.M., A.E. Robertson, L.E. Brown, S. Sonderland and A.J. Veal. (2011) Evolution of a stream ecosystem in recently deglaciated terrain. Ecology 92: 1924-1934
Crossman, J., I. Boomer, C. Bradley and A.M. Milner (2011) Water flow dynamics of groundwater-fed streams and their ecological significance in a glacierized catchment. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research.43 :364-379
Ledger, M.E., F. Edwards, L.E. Brown, G. Woodward, and A.M. Milner. (2011) Impact of simulated drought on ecosystem biomass production: an experimental test in stream mesocosms. Global Change Biology. 17: 2288-2297
Brown, L.E., F. Edwards, A.M. Milner, G. Woodward, and M.E. Ledger. (2011) Food web complexity and allometric scaling relationships in stream mesocosms: implications for experimentation. Journal of Animal Ecology. 80: 884-895.
Klaar, M.J., D. Hill, I. Maddock and A.M. Milner (2011) Interactions between instream wood and hydrogeomorphic development within recently deglaciated streams in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska. Geomorphology 130:208-220.
Woodward, G., J.P. Benstead, A.M. Milner et al. (2010) Ecological networks in a changing climate. Advances in Ecological Research. 42:71-138
Brown, L.E., A.M.Milner and D.M. Hannah. (2010) Predicting ecosystem response to glacial meltwater dynamics; a case study of quantitative water sourcing and glaciality index approaches. Aquatic Sciences 72: 325-334.
McDermott, M.J., A.L. Robertson, P.J. Shaw and A.M. Milner (2010). The hyporheic assemblage of a recently formed stream following deglaciation in Glacier Bay, Alaska, USA. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 67: 304-313.
Klaar, M.J., Maddock, I, and A.M. Milner (2010) The development of hydraulic and geomorphic complexity in newly formed streams in Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska. River Research and Applications 25: 1331-1338.
Brown, L.E, D.M. Hannah and A.M. Milner (2009) ARISE: A classification tool for Alpine RIver and Stream Ecosystems, Freshwater Biology 54:1357-1369
Monaghan, K.A. and A.M. Milner (2009) The effect of anadromous salmon redd construction on macroinvertebrate communities in a recently formed stream in coastal Alaska. Journal of the North American Benthological Association. 28:153-166
Milner, A.M., L.E. Brown and D.M. Hannah (2009) Hydroecological effects of shrinking glaciers. Hydrological Processes. 23, 62-77
Ledger, M.E., R.M.L. Harris, P. D. Armitage and A.M. Milner (2009) Realism of model ecosystems: an evaluation of physicochemistry and macroinvertebrate assemblages in artificial streams. Hydrobiologia 617, 91-99
Milner, A.M., A.E. Robertson, K. Monaghan, A.J. Veal and E.A. Flory. (2008) Colonization and development of a stream community over 28 years; Wolf Point Creek in Glacier Bay, Alaska. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 6, 413-419
Harris, R.M.L., P. D. Armitage, A.M. Milner and M.E. Ledger (2008) Replicability of physicochemistry and macroinvertebrate assemblages in stream mesocosms; implications for experimental research. Freshwater Biology, 52, 2434-2443
Ledger, M.E., R.M.L. Harris, P. D. Armitage and A.M. Milner (2008) Disturbance frequency influences patch dynamics in stream benthic algal communities. Oecologia, 155, 809-819
Monaghan, K.A. and A.M. Milner (2008) Salmon carcasses as a marine derived resource for benthic macroinvertebrates in a developing post-glacial stream, Alaska. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 65, 1342-1351
Monaghan, K.A. and A.M. Milner (2008) Dispersal mechanisms of macroinvertebrates colonizing salmon flesh in a developing Alaskan stream, Acta Oceologia, 34, 65-73
Cadbury, S.C., D.M. Hannah, A.M. Milner, C.P. Pearson and L.E. Brown (2008) Stream temperature dynamics within a New Zealand glacierized river basin. River Research and Applications 24: 68-89.
Hannah, D.M., L.E. Brown, A.M. Milner, A.M. Gurnell, G. McGregor, G.E. Petts, B.P.G. Smith, and D. Snook. (2007) Integrating climatology-hydrology-ecology for alpine river systems. Aquatic Conservation: Marine & Freshwater Ecosystems. 17: 636-656
Brown L.E., A.M. Milner and D.M. Hannah (2007) Groundwater influence on alpine streams. Freshwater Biology 52:878-890.
*Milner, A.M., C. Fastie, F.S. Chapin, D.R. Engstrom and L. Sharman (2007) Interactions and linkages among ecosystems during landscape evolution. BioScience 57:237-247.
*Brown, L.E, A.M. Milner and D.M. Hannah (2007) Vulnerability of alpine stream biodiversity to shrinking snowpacks and glaciers. Global Change Biology 13:958-966.
Milner, A.M., Brown, L.E. and Conn, S.C. (2006) The persistence of macroinvertebrate communities in interior Alaska streams; implications for biomonitoring. Freshwater Biology. 51: 373-387
Robertson, A.L. and Milner, A.M. (2006) The influence of stream age and environmental variables on structuring meiofaunal communities in recently deglaciated streams. Limnology and Oceanography 51:1454-1465
Ledger, M.E., Harris, R.M.L., Milner, A.M. and Armitage, P.D. (2006) Disturbance, biological legacies and community development in stream mecosms. Oecologia 51:1454-1465.
Brown, L.E, Hannah, D.M and. Milner, A.M (2006) Hydroclimatological influences on water column and streambed thermal dynamics in an alpine river system. Journal of Hydrology 325: 1-20
Brown, L.E, Hannah, D.M. and Milner, A.M. (2006) Short Communication: Thermal variability and stream flow permanency in an alpine river system. River Research and Applications 22: 493-501.
Brown, L.E, Milner, A.M. and Hannah. D.M. (2006) Persistence and stability of alpine stream macroinvertebrate communities and the role of physicochemical habitat variables. Hydrobiologia 540: 159-173
Brown, L., D.M. Hannah and A.M. Milner (2005) Spatial and temporal water column and streambed temperature dynamics within an alpine catchment: Implications for benthic communities. Hydrological Processes 19:1585-1610.
Milner, A.M. and Gloyne-Phillips, I.T. (2005) The role of riparian vegetation and woody debris in the development of macroinvertebrate assemblages in streams. Rivers: Research and Application 21:403-420.
Milner, A.M. and Piorkowski, R.J.. (2004) Macroinvertebrate community assemblages in streams of interior Alaska following placer mining. River Research and Applications 20:719-731
Brown, L., Sherlock, C., Milner, A.M., Hannah, D.M. and Ledger, M.E. (2004) Longitudinal distribution of diatom communities along a proglacial stream in the Taillon-Gabiétous catchment, French Pyrénées. Pirineous 158-159:73-85
Brown, L., Hannah, D.M. and Milner A.M. (2003) Alpine stream habitat classification: an alternative approach incorporating the role of dynamic water source contributions. Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research 35:313-322
Snook, D.L. and Milner, A.M. (2002) Biological traits of macroinvertebrates and hydraulic conditions in a glacier-fed catchment (French Pyrenees). Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 153: 245-271
Castella, E., Adalsteinsson, H., Brittain, J. E., Lehmann, A., Lencioni, V., Lods-Crozet, B., Maiolini, B., Milner, A.M., Olafsson, J.S. , Salveit, S. J. and Snook, D. (2001). Macroinvertebrate richness and composition along a latitudinal gradient of European glacier-fed systems. Freshwater Biology 46: 1811-1832
Milner, A.M. and York, G.S. (2001) Salmonid colonization of a new stream in Kenai Fjords National Park, southeast Alaska. Archiv fur Hydrobiologie 151:627-647
Milner, A.M., Taylor, R.C. and Winterbourn, M.J. (2001) Longitudinal distribution of macroinvertebrates in two glacier-fed New Zealand rivers. Freshwater Biology 46:1765-1776
Milner, A.M., Brittain, J.E., Castella, E. and Petts, G.E. (2001) Trends of macroinvertebrate community structure in glacier-fed streams in relation to environmental conditions: a synthesis. Freshwater Biology 46:1833-1848
Snook, D.L. and Milner, A.M. (2001) The influence of glacial runoff on stream macroinvertebrates in the Taillon catchment, French Pyrenees. Freshwater Biology 46: 1609-1624
Friberg, N., Milner, A.M., Svendsen, L.M., Linegaard, C. and Larsen, S.E. (2001) Distribution of macroinvertebrates in streams of Greenland. Freshwater Biology 46: 1753-1764
Brittain, J.E. and Milner, A.M. (2001) Ecology of glacier-fed rivers: current status and concepts. Freshwater Biology 46:1571-1578
Robertson, A. and Milner, A.M. (2001) Coarse particulate organic matter: A habitat or food resource for the meiofaunal community of a recently formed stream Hydrobiologia 152:529-541
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