McGarvey, D.J., T.E. Woods, and A. Kirk.  In press.  Modeling the size spectrum for macroinvertebrates and fishes in stream ecosystems.  Journal of Visualized Experiments.

Hendrick, Lindsey R.F. and D.J. McGarvey. In press. Climate change and mountaintop removal mining: a MaxEnt assessment of the potential threat to West Virginian fishes. Northeastern Naturalist.

Fernandez, L. and D.J. McGarvey. In press. Water quality decisions and policy for an interstate watershed. Water Resources and Economics.

Patrick, C.J., D.J. McGarvey, J.H. Larson, W.F. Cross, D.C. Allen, A.C. Benke, T. Brey, A.D. Huryn, J. Jones, C.A. Murphy, C. Ruffing, P. Saffarinia, M.R. Whiles, J.B. Wallace, and G. Woodward. 2019. Precipitation and temperature drive continental-scale patterns in stream invertebrate production. Science Advances 5 : eaav2348.

McGarvey, D.J. and J.A. Veech.  2018.  Modular structure in fish co-occurrence networks: a comparison across spatial scales and grouping methodologies.  PLOS One 13 (12) : e0208720.

Woods, T. E. and D.J. McGarvey.  2018.  Assessing the relative influences of abiotic and biotic factors on American Eel (Anguilla rostrata) distribution using hydrologic, physical habitat, and functional trait data.  Ecography 41 (12) : 2067-2079.

McGarvey, D.J. and A. Kirk.  2018.  Seasonal comparison of normalized biomass size spectra in three Central Appalachian (USA) streams.  Hydrobiologia 809 (3) : 65-77.

McGarvey, D.J., M. Menon, T. Woods, S. Tassone, J. Reese, M. Vergamini, and E. Kellogg.  2018.  On the use of climate covariates in aquatic species distribution models: are we at risk of throwing the baby out?  Ecography 41 (4) : 695-712.

McGarvey, D.J., J.A. Falke, H.W. Li, and J.L. Li.  2017.  Fish assemblages. IN: Methods in stream ecology, third edition (eds. R. Hauer and G. Lamberti), pp. 321-353.  Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

McGarvey, D.J. and B.F. Terra.  2016.  Using river discharge to model and deconstruct the latitudinal diversity gradient for fishes of the Western Hemisphere.  Journal of Biogeography 43 (7) : 1436-1449.

*McGarvey, D.J. and B.F. Terra.  2016.  Corrigendum (McGarvey and Terra 2016).  Journal of Biogeography 43 (7) : 1477.

{Click here to download the corrected raw data (Table S1) from McGarvey and Terra 2016.}

McGarvey, D.J. and C. Mason.  2015.  Re-envisioning the communication of our science.  ASLO Bulletin 24 (1) : 1-4.

Hughes, R.M., D.J. McGarvey, and B. Terra.  2014.  Carry a big net – cast it far and wide.  IN: Future of fisheries: perspectives for emerging professionals (eds. W. Taylor, A. Lynch, and N. Leonard).  American Fisheries Society Press, Bethesda, MD.

McGarvey, D.J.  2014.  Moving beyond species–discharge relationships to a flow-mediated, macroecological theory of fish species richness.  Freshwater Science 33 (1) : 18-31.

McGarvey, D.J. and J.M. Johnston.  2013.  ‘Fishing’ for alternatives to mountaintop mining in southern West Virginia.  Ambio 42 (3) : 298-308.

McGarvey, D.J.  2012.  Differential saturation of Pacific Northwest and Southeast (U.S.A.) fish assemblages.  Ecology of Freshwater Fish 21 (4) : 617-626.

McGarvey, D.J.  2012. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is expecting multiples.  Fisheries 37 (4) : 177.

McGarvey, D.J. and J.M. Johnston.  2011.  A simple method to predict regional fish abundance: an example in the McKenzie River Basin, Oregon.  Fisheries 36 (11) : 534-546.

Johnston, J.M., D.J. McGarvey, M.C. Barber, G. Laniak, J. Babendreier, R. Parmar, K. Wolfe, S.R. Kraemer, M. Cyterski, C. Knightes, B. Rashleigh, L. Suarez, and R. Ambrose.  2011.  An integrated process-based modeling system for performing multi-scale ecosystem assessments: application to ecosystem services in the Albemarle-Pamlico Basins (NC, USA).  Ecological Modelling 222 (14) : 2471-2484.

McGarvey, D.J.  2011. Quantifying ichthyofaunal zonation and species richness along a 2,800 km reach of the Rio Chama and Rio Grande (U.S.A.).  Ecology of Freshwater Fish 20 (2) : 231-242.

McGarvey, D.J., J.M. Johnston, and M.C. Barber.  2010.  Predicting fish densities in lotic systems: a simple modeling approach.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29 (4) : 1212-1227.

Purucker, S.T., H.E. Golden, G.F. Laniak, L.S. Matott, D.J. McGarvey, & K. Wolfe.  2009.  Free and open-source GIS tools: role and relevance in the environmental assessment community.  IN: Manual of Geographic Information Systems (ed. M. Madden), pp. 293-310.  American Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, Bethesda, MD.

McGarvey, D.J.  2008.  Tap into the law review literature - better yet, submit an article!  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6 (4) : 217-218.

McGarvey, D.J. and R.M. Hughes.  2008.  Longitudinal zonation of Pacific Northwest (U.S.A.) fish assemblages and the species-discharge relationship.  Copeia 2008 (2) : 311-321.

McGarvey, D.J. and G.M. Ward.  2008.  Scale dependence in the species-discharge relationship for fishes of the southeastern U.S.A.  Freshwater Biology 53 (10) : 2206-2219.

McGarvey, D.J.  2007.  Merging precaution with sound science under the Endangered Species Act.  BioScience 57 (1) : 65-70.

McGarvey, D.J.  2007.  Book review: Intelligent courage – natural resource careers that make a difference (by M.E. Fraidenburg).  The Tributary 31 (2) : 8.

McGarvey, D.J. and B. Marshall.  2005.  Making sense of scientists and “sound science”: truth and consequences for endangered species in the Klamath Basin and beyond.  Ecology Law Quarterly 32 (1) : 73-110.

Carline, R.F., D.J. McGarvey, & D.A. Peterman.  1999.  Effects of acidic runoff episodes on fish populations and diversity in Pennsylvania.  IN: The Effects of Acidic Deposition on Pennsylvania’s Forests, Volume II (eds. W.E. Sharpe & J.R. Drohan), pp. 11-16.  Environmental Resources Research Institute, University Park, PA.