Publications


Contributions to publications (partial list):

Heard, Stephen B. Charles Darwin’s Barnacle and David Bowie’s Spider; How Scientific Names Celebrate Adventurers, Heroes, and Even a Few Scoundrels. Yale University Press, 2020.

Sigler, John and Don Zaroban. Fishes of Idaho: A Natural History Survey. Caxton Press, 2018.

Smith, Richard. Various “Species” articles, Sport Diver magazine, 2017-2018.

Egan, Dan. The Death and Life of then Great Lakes. WW Norton, 2017.

Crabbe, Neville. “Tracking Smolt in a Dangerous World,” Atlantic Salmon Journal, Autumn 2017.

Pope, Alexandra. “Born to be Wild.” Canadian Geographic, Jan/Feb 2017.

“A Birdstone from the Lower Ausable Valley” by Darryl Dann, KEWA 15-2 (August 2016)

“Late Goldenrod,” The Blazing Star, summer 2016, vol. 17 issue 3. [text and illustrations]

Jungwirth, Mathias and Gertrud Haidvogl, Severin Hohensinner, Herwig Waidbacher, Gerald Zauner, editors; Österreichs Dona. Landschaft – Fisch Geschichte, University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna, 2014.

Thurston, Harry. The Atlantic Coast: A Natural History. Greystone Books, 2011.

Smith, Gerald R. Guide to Great Lakes Fishes. The University of Michigan Press, 2010.

Grady, Wayne. The Great Lakes: A Natural History of a Changing Region. Greystone Books, 2007.

Berger, Cynthia. Venomous Snakes: Wild Guide. Stackpole Books, 2007.

Fergus, Charles. Turtles: Wild Guide. Stackpole Books, 2007.

Hubbs, Carl L., Karl F. Lagler and Gerald R. Smith. Fishes of the Great Lakes Region, Revised Edition. The University of Michigan Press, 2004

Berger, Cynthia. Wild Guide: Dragonflies. Stackpole Publications, 2004

Dann, Shari L. and Brandon C. Schroeder. The Life of the Lakes: A Guide to the Great Lakes Fishery. Michigan Sea Grant College Program, 2003

Jackson, JA, WJ Bock, D Olendorf, M Hutchins, JE Trumpey. Grzimek’s Animal Life Encyclopedia, 2nd edition, 16 volumes. Thompson-Gale Publishing, 2003

ScienceWorks and J.E. Trumpey. DissectionWorks: an Interactive Crayfish, Perch, Fetal Pig, Worm Dissection. ScienceWorks 2002