Iain's Publications 

Phillips, I. D., Pollock M. S., Chivers D. P.,  "Benthic communities through the construction of a major reservoir and 40 years of change." Fundamental and Applied Limnology 188.4 (2016): 279-288.

Phillips, I. D., et al. "Macroinvertebrate communities in a Northern Great Plains river are strongly shaped by naturally occurring suspended sediments: implications for ecosystem health assessment." Freshwater Science 35.4 (2016): 1354-1364.

Meissner, A. G. N., Carr, M. K., Phillips, I. D., & Lindenschmidt, K. E. (2016). Using a geospatial model to relate fluvial geomorphology to macroinvertebrate habitat in a prairie river—Part 2: matching family-level indices to geomorphological response units (GRUs). Water, 8(3), 107.

Kreitals, N. M., Hobson, K. A., Hoemsen, B. M., Crane, A. L., Wishingrad, V., Sloychuk, J., Pollock, M., Chivers, D. P., & Phillips, I. D. (2016). Turnover of hydrogen isotopes in lake sturgeon blood: implications for tracking movements of wild populations. Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies, 1-11.

Meissner, A. G., Carr, M. K., Phillips, I. D., & Lindenschmidt, K. E. (2016). Using a geospatial model to relate fluvial geomorphology to macroinvertebrate habitat in a prairie river—Part 1: genus-level relationships with geomorphic typologies. Water8(2), 42.

Hoemsen, B. M., Phillips, I. D., Parker, D. W., Bell, A. J., Bergsveinson, J. A., Armstrong, J. S., & Chivers, D. P. (2015). Extended family: a caddisfly new to Saskatchewan, Canada with notes on the life history of Neophylax splendens (Trichoptera: Thremmatidae). The Canadian Entomologist147(04), 425-431.

Phillips, I. D., Pollock, M. S., Bowman, M. F., McMaster, D. G., & Chivers, D. P. (2015). Thermal alteration and macroinvertebrate response below a large Northern Great Plains reservoir. Journal of Great Lakes Research41, 155-163.

Pollock, M. S., Carr, M., Kreitals, N. M., & Phillips, I. D. (2014). Review of a species in peril: what we do not know about lake sturgeon may kill them. Environmental Reviews23(1), 30-43.

Bell, A. J., Boyes, E. J., Schmidt, A. T., & Phillips, I. D. (2014). Hidden in plain view: the range expansion of Carabus granulatus L. (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and new provincial record for Saskatchewan, Canada. The Coleopterists Bulletin68(4), 700-702.

Braun, D., Phillips, I. D., & Wissel, B. (2014). Analysis of δ13C in lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens [Rafinesque 1817]) fin and muscle tissue: an application of three arithmetic lipid correction models. Journal of Applied Ichthyology30(6), 1174-1180.

Kreitals, N. M., Davies, J.M., Phillips, D., Phillips, I. D. (2014). Overwintering observations of Northern leopard frog (Lithobates pipiens) activity under ice. IRCF Reptiles and Amphibians, 21(20), 60-65.

Bell, A. J., Phillips, I. D., Floate, K. D., Hoemsen, B. M., & Phillips, C. E. (2014). Effects of pitfall trap lid transparency and habitat structure on the catches of Carabid Beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) in Tame Pasture. Environmental entomology43(1), 139-145.

Phillips, I. D., Parker, D., Hoemsen, B. M., Bell, A. J., & Chivers, D. P. (2013). Biological notes and range expansion of the non-biting midge Odontomesa fulva (Kieffer) (Diptera: Chironomidae). Western North American Naturalist73(2), 244-247.

Webb, J. M., Jacobus, L. M., Funk, D. H., Zhou, X., Kondratieff, B., Geraci, C. J., DeWalt, R. E., Baird, D. J., Richard, B., Phillips, I. D., & Hebert, P. D. (2012). A DNA barcode library for North American Ephemeroptera: progress and prospects. PLoS One7(5), e38063.

Phillips, I. D., Vinebrooke, R. D., & Turner, M. A. (2009). Ecosystem consequences of potential range expansions of Orconectes virilis and Orconectes rusticus crayfish in Canada-a review. Environmental Reviews17(NA), 235-248.

Phillips, I. D., Vinebrooke, R. D., & Turner, M. A. (2009). Experimental reintroduction of the crayfish species Orconectes virilis into formerly acidified Lake 302S (Experimental Lakes Area, Canada) This paper is part of the series “Forty Years of Aquatic Research at the Experimental Lakes Area”. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences66(11), 1892-1902.

Phillips, I. D., Schulz, D. A., & Kirkham, K. (2009). Western range extension for the black sandshell (Unionidae: Ligumia recta [Lamarck, 1819]). Western North American Naturalist,69(2), 251-252.

Phillips, I. D., Cobb, T. P., & Spence, J. R. (2008). Salvage logging and edge effects on pill beetle abundance (Coleoptera: Byrrhidae). The Coleopterists Bulletin62(2), 324-327.

Phillips, I. D., Parker, D., & McMaster, G. (2008). Aquatic invertebrate fauna of a northern prairie stream: range extensions and water quality characteristics. Western North American Naturalist68(2), 173-185.

Phillips, I. D., Cobb, T. P., Spence, J. R., & Brigham, R. M. (2006). Salvage logging, edge effects, and carabid beetles: connections to conservation and sustainable forest management. Environmental entomology35(4), 950-957.

Phillips, I. D., & Willis, C. K. (2005). Defensive behavior of ants in a mutualistic relationship with aphids. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology59(2), 321-325.

Phillips, I. D., & Cobb, T. P. (2005). Effects of habitat structure and lid transparency on pitfall catches. Environmental entomology34(4), 875-882.

Westbrook, C. J., Brunet, N., Phillips, I. D., Davies, J. M., & Authority, S. W. (2009). Progress report: land use and wetland drainage effects on prairie water quality study.