William F James

Biology Department
College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

Office: 123 E Jarvis Hall-Science Wing
Phone: 715-338-4395
Email: jamesw@uwstout.edu

Intellectual Contributions

    Journal Article

    • James, W., Sorge, P., & Garrison, P. (2015). Managing internal phosphorus loading and vertical entrainment in Cedar Lake, Wisconsin.. , 31, 292–305.
    • James, W., & Bischoff, J. (2015). Relationships between redox-sensitive phosphorus concentrations in sediment and the aluminum:phosphorus binding ratio.. , 31, 339–346.
    • Houser, J. N., Giblin, S. M., James, W., Langrehr, H. A., Rogala, J. T., Sullivan, J., & Gray., B. R. (2013). Nutrient cycling, connectivity and free-floating plant abundance in backwater lakes of the Upper Mississippi River.. , 21, 71–89.
    • James, W., & others (2011). Effects of lime addition on the growth of fanwort in softwater systems. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management, 49, 28.
    • James, W. (2011). Variations in the aluminum: phosphorus binding ratio and alum dosage considerations for Half Moon Lake, Wisconsin. , 27(2), 128–137, Taylor & Francis.
    • James, W. (2010). Nitrogen retention in a floodplain backwater of the upper Mississippi River (USA). , 72(1), 61–69, Springer.
    • James, W., Richardson, W. B., & Soballe, D. M. (2008). Contribution of sediment fluxes and transformations to the summer nitrogen budget of an Upper Mississippi River backwater system. , 598(1), 95–107, Springer.
    • James, W., Richardson, W. B., & Soballe, D. M. (2008). Effects of residence time on summer nitrate uptake in Mississippi River flow-regulated backwaters. , 24(9), 1206.
    • James, W., & Larson, C. E. (2008). Phosphorus dynamics and loading in the turbid Minnesota River (USA): controls and recycling potential. , 90(1), 75–92, Springer.
    • Best, E. P., Teeter, A. M., Landwehr, K. J., James, W., & Nair, S. K. (2008). Restoration options for potential persistence of submersed aquatic vegetation: combining ecological, hydrodynamic and sediment transport modelling. , 53(4), 814–826, Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
    • James, W. (2005). Alum: redox-sensitive phosphorus ratio considerations and uncertainties in the estimation of alum dosage to control sediment phosphorus. , 21(2), 159–164, Taylor & Francis.
    • James, W., & Barko, J. W. (2005). Biologically labile and refractory phosphorus loads from the agriculturally-managed Upper Eau Galle River Watershed, Wisconsin. , 21(2), 165–173, Taylor & Francis Group.
    • James, W., & Barko, J. W. (2004). Diffusive fluxes and equilibrium processes in relation to phosphorus dynamics in the Upper Mississippi River. , 20(4), 473–484, Wiley Online Library.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., & Eakin, H. L. (2004). Impacts of sediment dewatering and rehydration on sediment nitrogen concentration and macrophyte growth. , 61(4), 538–546, NRC Research Press.
    • James, W., Best, E. P., & Barko, J. W. (2004). Sediment resuspension and light attenuation in Peoria Lake: can macrophytes improve water quality in this shallow system?. , 515(1-3), 193–201, Springer.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., & Butler, M. G. (2004). Shear stress and sediment resuspension in relation to submersed macrophyte biomass. , 515(1-3), 181–191, Springer.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., & Eakin, H. L. (2002). Labile and refractory forms of phosphorus in runoff of the Redwood River Basin, Minnesota. , 17(2), 297–304, Taylor & Francis.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., Eakin, H. L., & Sorge, P. W. (2002). Phosphorus budget and management strategies for an urban Wisconsin lake. , 18(2), 149–163, Taylor & Francis.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., & Eakin, H. L. (2002). Water quality impacts of mechanical shredding of aquatic macrophytes. Journal of Aquatic Plant Management, 40, 36–42.
    • James, W., BARKO, J. W., EAKIN, H. L., & HELSEL, D. R. (2001). Changes in sediment characteristics following drawdown of Big Muskego Lake, Wisconsin. , 151(3), 459–474, Schweizerbart.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., & Eakin, H. L. (2001). Phosphorus recycling by zebra mussels in relation to density and food resource availability. , 455(1-3), 55–60, Springer.
    • Madsen, J. D., Chambers, P. A., James, W., Koch, E. W., & Westlake, D. F. (2001). The interaction between water movement, sediment dynamics and submersed macrophytes. , 444(1-3), 71–84, Kluwer Academic Publishers.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., Davis, M., Eakin, H. L., Rogala, J. T., & Miller, A. C. (2000). Filtration and excretion by zebra mussels: Implications for water quality impacts in Lake Pepin, upper Mississippi River. , 15(4), 429–437, Taylor & Francis.
    • James, W., & Barko, J. W. (1999). Convective water exchanges in a wind-sheltered littoral region of Eau Galle Reservoir, Wisconsin USA. , 145(3), 373–383, Schweizerbart.
    • Barbiero, R. P., James, W., & Barko, J. W. (1999). The effects of disturbance events on phytoplankton community structure in a small temperate reservoir. , 42(3), 503–512, Wiley Online Library.
    • Robertson, D. M., Elder, J. F., Goddard, G. L., & James, W. (1998). Dynamics in phosphorus retention in wetlands upstream of Delavan Lake, Wisconsin. , 14(4), 466–477, Taylor & Francis Group.
    • Johnson, B. L., Knights, B. C., Barko, J. W., Gaugush, R. F., Soballe, D. M., & James, W. (1998). Estimating flow rates to optimize winter habitat for centrarchid fish in Mississippi River (USA) backwaters. , 14(6), 499–510, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
    • James, W., & Barko, J. W. (1997). Net and gross sedimentation in relation to the phosphorus budget of Eau Galle Reservoir, Wisconsin. , 345(1), 15–20, Springer.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., & Eakin, H. L. (1997). Nutrient regeneration by the zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha). , 12(2), 209–216, Taylor & Francis.
    • Barbiero, R. P., James, W., & Barko, J. W. (1997). The effects of a change in withdrawal operations on phytoplankton and nutrient dynamics in Eau Galle Reservoir, Wisconsin (USA). , 82(4), 531–543, Wiley Online Library.
    • James, W., Barko, J., & Field, S. (1996). Phosphorus mobilization from littoral sediments of an inlet region in Lake Delavan, Wisconsin. , 138(2), 245–257, Schweizerbart.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., & Eakin, H. L. (1995). Internal phosphorus loading in Lake Pepin, Upper Mississippi River. , 10(3), 269–276, Taylor & Francis.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., & Eakin, H. L. (1994). Convective water exchanges during differential cooling and heating: implications for dissolved constituent transport. , 294(2), 167–176, Springer.
    • James, W., & Barko, J. W. (1994). Macrophyte influences on sediment resuspension and export in a shallow impoundment. , 10(2), 95–102, Taylor & Francis.
    • James, W., & Barko, J. W. (1993). Analysis of summer phosphorus fluxes within the pelagic zone of Eau Galle Reservoir, Wisconsin. , 8(1), 61–66, Taylor & Francis.
    • James, W., & Barko, J. W. (1993). Sediment resuspension, redeposition, and focusing in a small dimictic reservoir. , 50(5), 1023–1028, NRC Research Press.
    • James, W., Taylor, W. D., & Barko, J. W. (1992). Production and vertical migration of Ceratium hirundinella in relation to phosphorus availability in Eau Galle Reservoir, Wisconsin. , 49(4), 694–700, NRC Research Press.
    • James, W., Barko, J. W., & Taylor, W. D. (1991). Effects of alum treatment on phosphorus dynamics in a north-temperate reservoir. , 215(3), 231–241, Springer.
    • James, W., & Barko, J. W. (1991). Estimation of phosphorus exchange between littoral and pelagic zones during nighttime convective circulation. , 36(1), 179–187.
    • James, W., & Barko, J. W. (1991). Littoral-pelagic phosphorus dynamics during nighttime convective circulation.. , 36(3), 949–960.
    • Barko, J., James, W., Taylor, W., & McFarland, D. (1990). Effects of alum treatment on phosphorus and phytoplankton dynamics in Eau Galle Reservoir: A synopsis. , 6(1), 1–8, Taylor & Francis.
    • James, W., Kennedy, R. H., & Gaugush, R. F. (1990). Effects of large-scale metalimnetic migration events on phosphorus dynamics in a north-temperate reservoir. , 47(1), 156–162, NRC Research Press.
    • James, W., & Barko, J. W. (1990). Macrophyte influences on the zonation of sediment accretion and composition in a north-temperate reservoir. , 120(2), 129–142, Schweizerbart.
    • Taylor, W. D., Barko, J., & James, W. (1988). Contrasting diel patterns of vertical migration in the dinoflagellate Ceratium hirundinella in relation to phosphorus supply in a north temperate reservoir. , 45(6), 1093–1098, NRC Research Press.
    • James, W., Kennedy, R. H., Sham, W. E., & Myers, R. K. (1988). Leaf litter breakdown in a recently impounded reservoir. , 24(4), 831–837, Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
    • Kennedy, R. H., Barko, J. W., James, W., Taylor, W. D., & Godshalk, G. L. (1987). Aluminum sulfate treatment of a eutrophic reservoir: Rationale, application methods, and preliminary results. , 3(1), 85–90, Taylor & Francis.
    • James, W., Kennedy, R. H., Montgomery, R. H., & Nix, J. (1987). Seasonal and longitudinal variations in apparent deposition rates within an Arkansas reservoir. , 32(5), 1169–1176.

    Book, Chapter

    • Barko, J. W., & James, W. (1998). Effects of submerged aquatic macrophytes on nutrient dynamics, sedimentation, and resuspension. , 131, 197–214, Springer Science & Business Media.