Jeff Holmquist


Holmquist, JG and J Schmidt-Gengenbach. 2020. Arthropod assemblages in a montane wetland complex: Influences of adjoining lotic and lentic habitat and temporal variability. Wetlands 40: 259-271 [or here].

Slaton, MR, JG Holmquist, M Meyer, R Andrews, and J Beidl. 2019. Traditional ecological knowledge used in forest restoration benefits natural and cultural resources: The intersection between Pandora moths, Jeffrey Pine, people, and fire. Natural Areas Journal 39: 461–471. [or here]

Millar, CI, RD Westfall, A Evenden, JG Holmquist, J Schmidt-Gengenbach, RS Franklin, J Nachlinger, DL Delany. 2015. Potential climatic refugia in semi-arid, temperate mountains: Plant and arthropod assemblages associated with rock glaciers, talus slopes, and their forefield wetlands, Sierra Nevada, USA. Quaternary International 387:106–12. [or here]

Holmquist, JG, J Schmidt-Gengenbach, JW Roche. 2015. Stream macroinvertebrates and habitat below and above two wilderness fords used by mules, horses, and hikers in Yosemite National Park. Western North American Naturalist 75:311-324 [or here]

Holmquist, JG, JM Schmidt-Gengenbach, and A Demetry. 2014. Efficacy of low and high complexity vegetation treatments for reestablishing terrestrial arthropod assemblages during montane wetland restoration. Restoration Ecology 22:649–656 [or here]

Holmquist, JG, JM Schmidt-Gengenbach, EA Ballenger. 2014. Patch-scale effects of equine disturbance on arthropod assemblages and vegetation structure in subalpine wetlands. Environmental Management 53:1109–1118 [or here]

Holmquist, JG, TJ Waddle. 2013. Predicted macroinvertebrate response to water diversion from a montane stream using two-dimensional hydrodynamic models and zero flow approximation. Ecological Indicators 28:115-124 [or here]

Waddle, TJ, JG Holmquist. 2013. Macroinvertebrate response to flow changes in a subalpine stream: predictions from two-dimensional hydrodynamic models. River Research and Applications 29: 366–379 [or here]

Holmquist, JG, JM Schmidt-Gengenbach, SA Haultain. 2013. Equine grazing in managed subalpine wetlands: Effects on arthropods and plant structure as a function of habitat. Environmental Management 52: 1474-1486 [or here]

Holmquist, JG, JM Schmidt-Gengenbach, SA Haultain. 2013. Effects of a long-term disturbance on arthropods and vegetation in subalpine wetlands: manifestations of pack stock grazing in early versus mid-season. PLOS ONE 8: 1-10. e54109

Holmquist, JG, JR Jones, JM Schmidt-Gengenbach, LF Pierotti, JP Love. 2011. Terrestrial and aquatic macroinvertebrate assemblages as a function of wetland type across a mountain landscape. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 43: 568-584 [or here].

Holmquist, JG, JM Schmidt-Gengenbach, MR Slaton. 2011. Influence of invasive palms on terrestrial arthropod assemblages in desert spring habitat. Biological Conservation 144:518-525 [or here]

Brostoff, WN, JG Holmquist, JM Schmidt-Gengenbach, P Zimba. 2010. Fairy, tadpole, and clam shrimps (Branchiopoda) in seasonally inundated clay pans in the western Mojave Desert and effect on primary producers. Saline Systems 6:1-8

Holmquist, JG, JM Schmidt-Gengenbach, SA Haultain. 2010. Does long-term grazing by pack stock in subalpine wet meadows result in lasting effects on arthropod assemblages? Wetlands 30:252-262 [or here]

Greathouse, EA, CM Pringle, JG Holmquist. 2006. Conservation and management of migratory fauna: dams in tropical streams of Puerto Rico. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 16:695-712 [or here]

Greathouse, EA, CM Pringle, WH McDowell, JG Holmquist. 2006. Indirect upstream effects of dams: consequences of migratory consumer extirpation in Puerto Rico. Ecological Applications 16:339-352 [or here]

Uhrin, AV, CL Slade, JG Holmquist. 2005. Self righting in the free-living coral Manicina areolata (Cnidaria: Scleractinia): morphological constraints. Caribbean Journal of Science 41:277-282

Uhrin, AV, JG Holmquist. 2003. Effects of propeller scarring on macrofaunal use of the seagrass Thalassia testudinum. Marine Ecology Progress Series 250:61–70

Eckrich, CE, JG Holmquist. 2000. Trampling in a seagrass assemblage: direct effects, response of associated fauna, and the role of substrate characteristics. Marine Ecology Progress Series 201:199-209

Holmquist, JG. 1998. Permeability of patch boundaries to benthic invertebrates: influences of boundary contrast, light level, and faunal density and mobility. Oikos 81:558-566 [or here]

France, R, JG Holmquist, M Chandler, A Cattaneo. 1998. ∂15N Evidence for nitrogen fixation associated with macroalgae from a seagrass-mangrove-coral reef system. Marine Ecology Progress Series 167:297-299

Holmquist, JG, JM Schmidt-Gengenbach, BB Yoshioka. 1998. High dams and marine-freshwater linkages: effects on native and introduced fauna in the Caribbean. Conservation Biology 12:621-630 [or here]

France, R, JG Holmquist. 1997. ∂13C variability of macroalgae: effects of water motion via baffling by seagrasses and mangroves. Marine Ecology Progress Series 149:305-308

Holmquist, JG. 1997. Disturbance and gap formation in a marine benthic mosaic: influence of shifting macroalgal patches on seagrass structure and mobile invertebrates. Marine Ecology Progress Series 158:121-130

Ballantine, DL, NE Aponte, JG Holmquist. 1994. Multi-species algal balls and potentially imprisoned fauna: an unusual benthic assemblage. Aquatic Botany 48:167-174

Holmquist, JG. 1994. Benthic macroalgae as a dispersal mechanism for fauna: influence of a marine tumbleweed. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 180:235-251

Holmquist, JG, GVN Powell, SM Sogard. 1989. Decapod and stomatopod assemblages on a system of seagrass-covered mud banks. Marine Biology 100:473-483

Holmquist, JG, GVN Powell, SM Sogard. 1989. Decapod and stomatopod communities of seagrass-covered mud banks in Florida Bay: inter- and intra-bank heterogeneity with special reference to isolated subenvironments. Bulletin of Marine Science 44:251-262

Holmquist, JG, GVN Powell, SM Sogard. 1989. Sediment, water level, and water temperature characteristics of Florida Bay's grass-covered mud banks. Bulletin of Marine Science 44:348-364.

Holmquist, JG. 1989. Grooming structure and function in some terrestrial Crustacea. in Felgenhauer, B, L Watling, A Thistle (eds.) Functional morphology of feeding and grooming in Crustacea. pp 95-114 AA Balkema, Rotterdam [or here]. 

Sogard, SM, GVN Powell, JG Holmquist. 1989. Spatial distribution and trends in abundance of fishes residing in seagrass meadows on Florida Bay mudbanks. Bulletin of Marine Science 44:179-199

Sogard, SM, GVN Powell, JG Holmquist. 1989. Utilization by fishes of shallow, seagrass-covered banks in Florida Bay: 1. Species composition and spatial heterogeneity. Environmental Biology of Fishes 24:53-65

Sogard, SM, GVN Powell, JG Holmquist. 1989. Utilization by fishes of shallow, seagrass-covered banks in Florida Bay: 2. Diel and tidal patterns. Environmental Biology of Fishes 24:81-92

Sogard, SM, GVN Powell, JG Holmquist. 1987.  Epibenthic fish communities on Florida Bay banks: relations with physical parameters and seagrass cover. Marine Ecology Progress Series 40:25-39

Holmquist, JG. 1985. The grooming behavior of the terrestrial amphipod Talitroides alluaudi. Journal of Crustacean Biology 5:334-340

Holmquist, JG. 1982. The functional morphology of gnathopods: importance in grooming, and variation with regard to habitat, in talitroidean amphipods. Journal of Crustacean Biology 2:159-179 [or here].