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My research focuses on several issues including the effects of man-made large-wood structures on fish, response of stream biota and channel morphology to dam removal and debris flows, and the development of benthic macroinvertebrate communties in streams and ponds created from the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980.
Riparian and aquatic systems interactions, role of aquatic invertebrates in stream and lake systems, community ecology, disturbance ecology, food webs, and ecological impact of invasive organisms.
My past research has explored the effects of: invasive knotweed management actions on riparian vegetation communties and structure; knotweed leaf decomposition on stream ecology; salmon carcasses and marine-derived-nutrients on stream food webs and productivity; and forest harvesting on temperature, aquatic invertebrates, and riparian mollusk and millipede diversity in and near headwater streams.
- Oregon State University, Fisheries Science , 2004
- Claeson, Shannon M.; LeRoy, Carri J.; Barry, Jacob R.; Kuehn, Kevin A. 2014. Impacts Of Invasive Riparian Knotweed On Litter Decomposition, Aquatic Fungi, And Macroinvertebrates.
- Bisson, Peter A.; Claeson, Shannon M.; Wondzell, Steven M.; Foster, Alex D.; Steel, Ashley. 2013. Evaluating Headwater Stream Buffers: Lessons Learned From Watershed Scale Experiments In Southwest Washington.
- Claeson, Shannon M.; Bisson, Peter A. 2013. Passive Reestablishment Of Riparian Vegetation Following Removal Of Invasive Knotweed (Polygonum).
- Foster, Alex D.; Claeson, Shannon M. 2011. Habitats And Seasonality Of Riparian-Associated Millipedes In Southwest Washington, Usa.
- Claeson, Shannon M.; Li, Judith L.; Compton, Jana E.; Bisson, Peter A. 2006. Response Of Nutrients, Biofilm, And Benthic Insects To Salmon Carcass Addition..
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