1981 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
James R. Karr mainly investigates Ecology, Index of biological integrity, Environmental resource management, Biological integrity and Habitat. His study looks at the relationship between Ecology and fields such as STREAMS, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His Index of biological integrity study combines topics in areas such as Watershed, Species richness and RIVPACS.
His Environmental resource management research incorporates themes from Natural resource and Biodiversity. His Biological integrity research incorporates elements of Clean Water Act, Environmental engineering and Water resources. His Habitat study incorporates themes from Population density, Temperate climate and Species diversity.
James R. Karr focuses on Ecology, Environmental resource management, Index of biological integrity, Habitat and Biological integrity. In his research, Water quality and Logging is intimately related to STREAMS, which falls under the overarching field of Ecology. His Environmental resource management research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biodiversity and Ecological risk.
His Index of biological integrity study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sampling, Urban planning, Stormwater and RIVPACS. The various areas that James R. Karr examines in his Habitat study include Fauna, Community structure, Vegetation and Species diversity. In Biological integrity, James R. Karr works on issues like Clean Water Act, which are connected to Coral reef, Coral reef protection and Wildlife.
James R. Karr mostly deals with Biodiversity, Environmental resource management, Fishery, Effects of global warming and Ecology. His research on Biodiversity also deals with topics like
His studies in Fishery integrate themes in fields like Clean Water Act, Hatchery and Oncorhynchus. He is interested in Public land, which is a field of Ecology. The Gelatinous zooplankton study which covers Species richness that intersects with Habitat.
His primary areas of study are Oncorhynchus, Fishery, Hatchery, Species richness and Ecology. His Oncorhynchus research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Estuary, Juvenile and Littoral zone. James R. Karr has included themes like Biomass and Sound in his Fishery study.
James R. Karr combines subjects such as Abundance, Biome, Index of biological integrity and Disturbance with his study of Species richness. James R. Karr performs integrative study on Ecology and Effects of global warming.
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The Natural Flow Regime
N. LeRoy Poff;N. LeRoy Poff;J. David Allan;Mark B. Bain;James R. Karr.
Assessment of Biotic Integrity Using Fish Communities
Biological Integrity: A Long-Neglected Aspect of Water Resource Management
Ecological Applications (1991)
Assessing biological integrity in running waters : a method and its rationale
James R. Karr.
Special publication / Illinois Natural History Survey (USA) (1986)
Restoring life in running waters : better biological monitoring
Habitat Structure and Stream Fish Communities
Ecological perspective on water quality goals
Environmental Management (1981)
Defining and measuring river health
Freshwater Biology (1999)
Biological Integrity Versus Biological Diversity as Policy Directives: Protecting Biotic Resources
A Benthic Index of Biotic Integrity (B-IBI) for Rivers of the Tennessee Valley
Ecological Applications (1994)
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