INSTAAR - Institute of Arctic & Alpine Research
PhD , Civil; Environmental and Architectural Engineering with Diane McKnight., University of Colorado, 2011
Interaction of channel hydraulics and aquatic ecology, with emphasis on control of Didymosphenia geminata (rocksnot).
CZO Research Groups
Hydrodynamic control of benthic mats of Didymosphenia geminata at the reach scale. Cullis, J., McKnight, M. and Spaulding, S. (2015): Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Diel flow pulses drive particulate organic matter transport from microbial mats in a glacial meltwater stream in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. Cullis, J.D.S., Stanish, L.F., and McKnight, D.M. (2014): Water Resources Research 50: 86-97
Shear removal function for the nuisance stalk forming diatom Didymosphenia geminate. Cullis J.D.S., Crimaldi J.P. and McKnight D.M. (2013): L&O: Environments and Fluids 3: 256-268
Hydrodynamic shear removal of the nuisance stalk-forming diatom Didymosphenia geminata. Cullis, J., Crimaldi J., and McKnight, M. (2013): Limnology and Oceanography: Fluids and Environments
A conceptual model for the blooming behavior and persistence of the benthic mat-forming diatom Didymosphenia geminata in oligotrophic streams. Cullis J.D.S., Gillis C-A, Bothwell M.L, Kilroy C, Packman A. and Hassan M. (2012): JGR-Biogeosciences
Rock snot and Dry Valleys: Interactions between river hydraulics and stream ecosystems . Cullis, J.D.S. (2012): 16th SANCIAHS National Hydrology Symposium, Pretoria, Republic of South Africa.
Shear resistance of the nuisance diatom Didymosphenia geminate. Cullis JDS (2011): Colorado Water 28(2): 5-8.
Hydrologic Control of the Nuisance Diatom, Didymosphenia germinata . Cullis J. (2010): Colorado Water 2 (3) 4-6
Factors controlling streambed coverage of Didymosphenia germinata in two regulated streams in the Colorado Front Range. Miller M.P., McKnight D.M., Cullis J.D., Greene A., Vietti K. and Liptzin D. (2009): Hydrobiologia 630(1):207-218. 2009
Papers and books that explicitly acknowledge a CZO grant are highlighted in PALE ORANGE.
Removal of benthic algae in swift-flowing streams: the significance of spatial and temporal variation in shear stress and bed disturbance. James Duncan Sydney Cullis (2011): A thesis submitted to the Faculty of the Graduate School of the University of Colorado in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering