Lehrstuhl für Landschaftsökologie und Geoinformation

Literatur: Die Übernutzung oberirdischer Wasserressourcen und ihre Umweltwirkungen – eine umweltgeographische Analyse am Beispiel des Colorado River

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Aragón-Noriega, E. A. und L.E. Calderón-Aguilera (2000): Does damming of the Colorado River affect the nursery area of blue shrimp Litopenaeus stylirostris (Decapoda: Penaeidae) in the Upper Gulf of California?. In: Revista de Biología Tropical 48(4), S. 867-871.

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Cintra-Buenrostro, C., Flessa, K.W. und G. Avila-Serrano (2005): Who Cares About a Vanishing Clam? Trophic Importance  of Mulinia coloradoensis Inferred from Predatory Damage. In: Palaios 20(3), S. 296-302.

Cintra-Buenrostro, C., Flessa, K. W., und D. L. Dettmann (2012): Restoration flows for the Colorado River estuary, México: estimates from oxygen isotopes in the bivalve mollusk Mulinia coloradoensis (Mactridae: Bivalvia). In: Wetlands Ecology and Management 20(4), S. 313-327

Daesslé, L. W., Orozcoa, A., Struck, U., Camacho-Ibar, V.F., van Geldern, R., Santamaría-del-Angel, E. und J.A.C. Barthca (2017): Sources and sinks of nutrients and organic carbon during the 2014 pulse flow of the Colorado River into Mexico. In: Ecological Engineering 106(B), S. 799-808.

Darrah, A.J., Greeney, H.F. und C. van Riper III (2017): Importance of the 2014 Colorado River Delta pulse flow for migratory songbirds: Insights from foraging behavior. In: Ecological Engineering 106, S. 784–790.

Dietl, G.P., Jansen, S. und J.A.  Smith (2017): Live-dead analysis reveals long-term response of the estuarine bivalve community to water diversions along the Colorado River. In: Ecological Engineering 106, S. 749–756.

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Fischer, R. A., Valente, J. J. und M. P. Guilfoyle (2015): Spring migrant use of native and saltcedar-dominated riparian areas along the lower Colorado River in Arizona. In: The Southwestern Naturalist 60(1), S. 6-14.

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Jarchow, C. J., Nagler, P. L., Glenn, E. P., Ramírez-Hernández, J. und J. E. Rodrigúez-Burgueno (2017): Evapotranspiration by remote sensing: An analysis of the Colorado River Delta before and after the Minute 319 pulse flow to Mexico. In: Ecological Engineering 106 (B), S. 725-732.

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Kendy, E., Flessa, K.W., Schlatter, K. J., de la Parra, C. A., Hinojosa Huerta, O. M., Carrillo-Guerrero, Y. K. und E. Guillen (2017): Leveraging environmental flows to reform water management policy: Lessons learned from the 2014 Colorado River Delta pulse flow. In: Ecological Engineering 106, S. 683-694.

Kowalewski, M., Avila Serrano, G.E., Flessa, K.W. und G.A. Goodfriend (2000): Dead delta’s former productivity: two trillion shells at the mouth of the Colorado River. In: Geology 28(12), S. 1059–1062.

Liebermann T. D., Mueller, D. K., Kircher. E. J. und A. F. Choquette: Characteristics and Trends of Streamflow and Dissolved Solids in the Upper Colorado River Basin, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. U.S. Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 2358. Zugriff über: https://pubs.usgs.gov/wsp/ 2358/report.pdf (28.12.2017).

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Mueller, E. R., Schmidt, J. C., Topping, D. J., Shafroth, P. B., Rodríguez-Burgueno, J. E., Ramírez-Hernández, J. und P. E. Grams (2017): Geomorphic change and sediment transport during a small artificialflood in a transformed post-dam delta: The Colorado River delta, United States and Mexico. In: Ecological Engineering 106(B), S. 757-775.

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Pitt, J. und E. Kendy (2017): Shaping the 2014 Colorado River Delta pulse flow: rapid environmental flow design for ecological outcomes and scientific learning. In: Ecological Engineering 106, S. 704–714.

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Ramirez-Hernandez, J., Rodriquez-Burqueno, J. E., Kendy, E.,  Salcedo-Peredia, A. und M.A. Lomeli (2017): Hydrological response of an environmental flood: pulse flow 2014 on the colorado river delta In: Ecological Engineering 106, S. 633–644.

Rowell, K., Flessa, K. W., Dettmann, D. L., Román, M. J., Gerber L. R. und L.T. Findley (2008): Diverting the Colorado River leads to a dramatic life history shift in an endangered marine fish. In: Biological Conservation 141 (4), S. 1138-1148.

Sabo, J. L., Sinha, T., Bowling, L. C., Schoups, G. H. W., Wallender, W. W., Campana, M. E. und E. E. Wohl (2010): Reclaiming freshwater sustainability in the Cadillac Desert. In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 107(50), S. 21263–21270.

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Shafroth, P. B., Schlatter, K. J., Gomez-Sapiens, M., Lundgren, E., Grabau, R., Ramírez-Hernández, J., Rodríguez-Burgueno, J. E. und K. W. Flessa (2017): A large-scale environmental flow experiment for riparian restoration in the Colorado River Delta. In: Ecological Engineering 106(B), S. 645-660.

U.S. Department of the Interior (USDI) (2012): Colorado River Basin Water Supply and Demand Study. Bureau of Reclamation. Zugriff über: https://www.usbr.gov/lc/region/programs/ crbstudy/finalreport/index.html (19.12.2017).

U.S. Department of the Interior (USDI) (2015): Yuma Area Office. Dams Along the Lower Colorado River. Bureau of Reclamation. Zugriff über: https://www.usbr.gov/lc/yuma/facilities/dams/ yao_dams.html (22.01.2018)

U.S. Department of the Interior (USDI) (2016): Colorado River Basin Focus Area Study. National Water Census. U.S. Geolgical Survey. Zugriff über: https://water.usgs.gov/watercensus/ colorado.html (28.12.2017)

U.S. Department of the Interior (USDI) (2017): Colorado River and Hoover Dam. Facts and Figures. Zugriff über: https:// www.usbr.gov/lc/region/pao/faq.html#divide (22.01.2018)