David Propst
David Propst
Adjunct Professor, University of New Mexico
Verified email at unm.edu
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Responses of native and nonnative fishes to natural flow regime mimicry in the San Juan River
DL Propst, KB Gido
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133 (4), 922-931, 2004
1742004
Natural flow regimes, nonnative fishes, and native fish persistence in arid‐land river systems
DL Propst, KB Gido, JA Stefferud
Ecological Applications 18 (5), 1236-1252, 2008
1452008
Threatened and endangered fishes of New Mexico
DL Propst
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish, 1999
1331999
Conservation and status of Gila trout, Oncorhynchus gilae
DL Propst, JA Stefferud, PR Turner
The Southwestern Naturalist, 117-125, 1992
1121992
Multidecadal responses of native and introduced fishes to natural and altered flow regimes in the American Southwest
KB Gido, DL Propst, JD Olden, KR Bestgen
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 70 (4), 554-564, 2013
832013
Catastrophic wildfire and number of populations as factors influencing risk of extinction for Gila trout (Oncorhynchus gilae)
DK Brown, AA Echelle, DL Propst, JE Brooks, WL Fisher
Western North American Naturalist, 139-148, 2001
832001
Dispersal and life history traits of Notropis girardi (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae), introduced into the Pecos River, New Mexico
KR Bestgen, SP Platania, JE Brooks, DL Propst
American Midland Naturalist, 228-235, 1989
791989
Dispersal and life history traits of Notropis girardi (Cypriniformes: Cyprinidae), introduced into the Pecos River, New Mexico
KR Bestgen, SP Platania, JE Brooks, DL Propst
American Midland Naturalist, 228-235, 1989
791989
Spatial and temporal variation of fish communities in secondary channels of the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah
KB Gido, DL Propst, MC Molles
Environmental Biology of Fishes 49 (4), 417-434, 1997
771997
Diet and trophic niche overlap of native and nonnative fishes in the Gila River, USA: implications for native fish conservation
TJ Pilger, KB Gido, DL Propst
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 19 (2), 300-321, 2010
672010
Habitat use and association of native and nonnative fishes in the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah
KB Gido, DL Propst
Copeia, 321-332, 1999
661999
Status of Colorado squawfish and razorback sucker in the San Juan River, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah
SP Platania, KR Bestgen, MA Moretti, DL Propst, JE Brooks
The Southwestern Naturalist 36 (1), 147-150, 1991
621991
Habitat and biology of the loach minnow, Tiaroga cobitis, in New Mexico
DL Propst, KR Bestgen
Copeia, 29-38, 1991
571991
Allozymic divergence and systematics of the Rio Grande silvery minnow, Hybognathus amarus (Teleostei: Cyprinidae)
JA Cook, KR Bestgen, DL Propst, TL Yates
Copeia, 36-44, 1992
561992
Distribution, status, biology, and conservation of the spikedace (Meda fulgida) in New Mexico
DL Propst, KR Bestgen, CW Painter
US Fish and Wildlife Service, 1986
511986
Flow regime affects availability of native and nonnative prey of an endangered predator
NR Franssen, KB Gido, DL Propst
Biological Conservation 138 (3-4), 330-340, 2007
492007
Long-term dynamics of native and nonnative fishes in the San Juan River, New Mexico and Utah, under a partially managed flow regime
KB Gido, DL Propst
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141 (3), 645-659, 2012
482012
Distribution, status, and notes on the ecology of Gila robusta (Cyprinidae) in the Gila River drainage, New Mexico
KR Bestgen, DL Propst
The Southwestern Naturalist, 402-412, 1989
481989
Spatially variable response of native fish assemblages to discharge, predators and habitat characteristics in an arid‐land river
JA Stefferud, KB Gido, DL Propst
Freshwater Biology 56 (7), 1403-1416, 2011
452011
Native inland trout restoration on national forests in the western United States: time for improvement?
B Finlayson, W Somer, D Duffield, D Propst, C Mellison, T Pettengill, ...
Fisheries 30 (5), 10-19, 2005
452005
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