Brett Merritt

Prototyping alternative futures for (science) (teacher) education in the Anthropocene

Science

Manuscripts in Preparation

B.W. Merritt & S. Nowak. “Index.” In R.W. Merritt, K.W., Cummins, & M.B. Berg (eds.) (2018). An Introduction to the Aquatic Insects of North American (5th edition). Kendall Hunt: Dubuque, IA.

B.W. Merritt. “Glossary.” In R.W. Merritt, K.W., Cummins, & M.B. Berg (eds.) (2018). An Introduction to the Aquatic Insects of North American (5th edition). Kendall Hunt: Dubuque, IA.

Refereed Journal Articles

R.A. Mattson, K.W. Cummins,  R.W. Merritt, M. McIntosh, E. Campbell, M.B. Berg, B.W. Merritt, O. Hernandez, & R. Kimbirauskas. (2014). “Hydroecological Monitoring of Benthic Invertebrate Communities of Marsh Habitat in the Upper and Middle St. Johns River.” Florida Scientist, 77(3), pp. 144-161.

R.W. Merritt, J.L. Lessard, K.J. Wessell, O. Hernandez, M.B. Berg, J.R. Wallace, J.A. Novak, J. Ryan, & B.W. Merritt. (2005). “Lack of effects of Bacillus sphaericus (Vectolex®) on nontarget organisms in a mosquito control program in southeastern Wisconsin: A 3-year study.J. Amer. Mosq. Contr. Assoc., 21(2), pp. 201-212.

Acknowledged Contributions

R.A. Mattson, K.W. Cummins, & R.W. Merritt. “Preliminary Survey of Benthic Invertebrate Communities in Floodplain Marshes of the Upper St. Johns River.” Presentation at the Florida Association of Benthologists Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL. 24-26 Oct 2011.

J.W. Chadwick, R.W. Merritt, K.W. Cummins, G.D. De Jong. “Sampling Benthic Macroinvertebrates for Bioassessment Studies: Effect of Within-Reach Variability on Population, Diversity, and Tolerance Indices.” Ecological Applications (in preparation).

R.A. Mattson, P. Kinser, J. Mace, J. Slater, R.W. Virstein, K.W. Cummins, R.W. Merritt, & P.A. Montagna. “St. Johns River Water Impact Study.” A Status Report by the Benthic Macroinvertebrate Work Group to the St. Johns River Water Management District, FL. Sept. 2009.

Jamieson, W. & Resh, V.H. (1998). “Biology Of Tanychela pilosa (Hymemoptera: Ichneumonidae), A Parasitoid Of The Aquatic Moth Petrophila confusalis (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae).” Entomological News, 109, pp. 329-338.

Popular Media Coverage

Waymer, J. (2009, July 22). Bugs in the muck hold clues to water supplyFlorida Today – Melbourne Florida, p. A.1.


Last updated: December 2016

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