Mark Eberle

Department of Biological Sciences, Fort Hays State University
Hays, Kansas 67601 USA

Professional Communications

Alphabetical Summary or Reverse-chronological Summary

Titles with links are searchable pdf files.     * = oral presentation.

Rifle Falls
Rifle Falls Rifle Falls SP, Colorado - Photograph by Mark Eberle, June 2009

 

"I'm going to stay and look at the water awhile. If anyone wants me, they'll find me looking at fish . . .
through the bottom of a beer glass."  
Chief Inspector Morse, 1987, The Wolvercote Tongue

 

Multnomah Falls
Multnomah Falls
Columbia River Gorge, Oregon
Photograph by Mark Eberle
July 1998

 


Bridal Veil Falls Oregon
Bridal Veil Falls
Columbia River Gorge, Oregon
Photograph by Mark Eberle
July 2009


Murray Reynolds Falls
Murray Reynolds Falls
Ricketts Glen SP, Pennsylvania
Photograph by Mark Eberle
June 2004


Natural Falls
Dripping Springs Falls
Natural Falls SP, Oklahoma
Photograph by Mark Eberle
April 2008


Big Manitou Falls
Big Manitou Falls
Pattison SP, Wisconsin
Photograph by Mark Eberle
August 2003


Miners Falls
Miners Falls
Pictured Rocks NL, Michigan
Photograph by Mark Eberle
August 2003


North Silver Falls
North Falls
Silver Falls SP, Oregon
Photograph by Mark Eberle
July 2009


South Silver Falls
South Falls
Silver Falls SP, Oregon
Photograph by Mark Eberle
July 2009


Jemez Falls
Jemez Falls
Santa Fe NF, New Mexico
Photograph by Mark Eberle
August 2008


Mill Creek Falls
Mill Creek Falls
Rogue-Umpqua Scenic Byway, Oregon
Photograph by Mark Eberle
July 2009


Narada Falls
Narada Falls
Mount Rainier NP, Washington
Photograph by Mark Eberle
July 2010


Latourell Falls
Latourell Falls
Colubia River Gorge, Oregon
Photograph by Mark Eberle
July 2009


Yosemite Falls
Yosemite Falls
Yosemite NP, California
Photograph by Mark Eberle
July 2010


Christine Falls
Christine Falls
Mount Rainier NP, Washington
Photograph by Mark Eberle
July 2010


Big Falls Tennessee
Big Falls
Old Stone Fort State Archeological Park, Tennessee
Photograph by Mark Eberle
January 2012


Running Eagle FallsRunning Eagle Falls
Glacier NP, Montana
Photograph by Mark Eberle
June 2014


Alphabetical Summary
  1. Bergman, S.M., M.E. Eberle, and B.K. Obermeyer.  2000. Freshwater mussels (Bivalvia: Unionoidea) in streams of northwestern Kansas.  Prairie Naturalist 32:1–15.
  2. Eberle, M.E.  1982.  Annotated list of diatoms reported from Kansas.  Fort Hays Studies, Science 3(1):1–145.
  3. Eberle, M.E.  1994.  Freshwater mussels of Kansas: Register of taxa, synonyms, and assumed misidentifications.  Report Number 63, Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence.  26 pages.  (updated web version)
  4. Eberle, M.E.  1996.  Summary of collection data for the Neosho madtom (Noturus placidus Taylor).  Report Number 71, Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence.  48 pages.
  5. Eberle, M.E.  1997.  Recent diatoms reported from the central United States: Register of taxa and synonyms.  Report Number 77, Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence.  72 pages.  (updated web version)
  6. Eberle, M.E.  2002.  Introduction: a tribute to Dr. Frank B. Cross (1925–2001).  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 105:9798.
  7. Eberle*, M.E.  2005.  Homogenization of fish faunas and concurrent anthropogenic impacts on plains streams in western Kansas.  Oral presentation, Symposium on “Ecology and Management of North American Prairie Streams,” American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, 11–15 September 2005, Anchorage, Alaska.
  8. Eberle, M.E.  2007.  Homogenization of fish faunas and concurrent anthropogenic impacts on plains streams in western Kansas: 1854-2003.  Fort Hays Studies 4(4):1–78.
  9. Eberle, M.E.  2009.  Type locality and conservation status of the northern plains killifish (Fundulus kansae: Fundulidae) in Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 112:87–97.
  10. Eberle, M.E.  2013.  Paraphrasing, plagiarism, and misrepresentation in scientific writing.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 116:157–167.
  11. Eberle, M.E., and R.B. Channell.  2006.  Homogenization of fish faunas in two categories of streams in a single basin in Kansas and the choice of similarity coefficients.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 109:41–46.
  12. Eberle, M.E., G.W. Ernsting, B.J. Stark, J.R. Tomelleri, and T.L. Wenke.  1989.  Recent surveys of fishes from western Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 92:24–32.
  13. Eberle*, M., G. Ernsting, W. Stark, and R. Larson.  1991.  Impact of surface- and ground-water withdrawals on threatened fishes in Great Plains rivers of North America.  Oral Presentation, Seventh International Ichthyology Congress: The Threatened World of Fish.  26–30 August 1991, Den Haag, Nederlands.  Abstracted in: Bulletin Zoölogisch Museum, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Special Issue, August 1991.
  14. Eberle, M.E., G.W. Ernsting, and J.R. Tomelleri.  1986.  Aquatic macroinvertebrates and fishes of Big Creek in Trego, Ellis, and Russell counties, Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 89:146–151.
  15. Eberle, M.E., G.W. Ernsting, J.R. Tomelleri, and S.L. Wells.  1993.  Assessment of restored streamflow on fish communities in the Arkansas River of southwestern Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 96:114–130.
  16. Eberle, M.E., E.G. Hargett, and T.L. Wenke.  2000.  Records and status of the bullhead minnow (Pimephales vigilax) and emerald shiner (Notropis atherinoides) in streams in central Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 103:173–176.
  17. Eberle, M.E., E.G. Hargett, T.L. Wenke, and N.E. Mandrak.  2002.  Changes in fish assemblages, Solomon River Basin, Kansas: habitat alterations, extirpations, and introductions.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 105:178–192.
  18. Eberle, M.E., and W.J. Stark.  2000.  Status of the Arkansas darter in south-central Kansas and adjacent Oklahoma.  Prairie Naturalist 32:103–113.
  19. Eberle, M.E., T.L. Welker, and T.L. Welker.  1996.  Survey of fishes from Rattlesnake Creek in central Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 99:29–38.
  20. Eberle, M.E., T.L. Wenke, and T.L. Welker.  1997.  Selected records of stream fishes from the Kansas River basin in Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 100:123–132.
  21. Ernsting, G.W., and M.E. Eberle.  1989.  Distributional records of the Arkansas darter in the Arkansas River of central Kansas.  Prairie Naturalist 21:111–112.
  22. Ernsting, G.W., M.E. Eberle, and T.L. Wenke.  1989.  Range extensions for three species of madtoms (Noturus: Ictaluridae) in Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 92:206–207.
  23. Gido, K.B., W.K. Dodds, and M.E. Eberle. 2010. Retrospective analysis of fish community change during a half-century of landuse and streamflow changes. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29:970–987.
  24. Hargett, E.G., R. Waters, M.E. Eberle, and J. Chynoweth.  1999.  An assessment of fish communities in the Cimarron River in Morton County, Kansas, during restored streamflow.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 102:100–106.
  25. Harris, M.R., and M.E. Eberle.  2001.  Diatoms (Bacillariophyta) from saline waters within Quivira National Wildlife Refuge, Stafford County, Kansas.  Southwestern Naturalist 46:200–207.
  26. Haslouer, S.G., M.E. Eberle, D.R. Edds, K.B. Gido, C.S. Mammoliti, J.R. Triplett, J.T. Collins, D.A. Distler, D.G. Huggins, and W.J. Stark.  2005.  Current status of native fish species in Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 108:32–46.
  27. Kansas Fishes Committee.  2014.  Kansas Fishes.  University Press of Kansas, Lawrence.  518 +xxiii pages, 184 color illustrations, 121 maps.
  28. Stark, B.J., M.E. Eberle, G.W. Ernsting, and T.L. Wenke.  1987.  Distributional records of some Kansas fishes.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 90:153–156.
  29. Stark, W.J., J.S. Luginbill, and M.E. Eberle.  2002. Natural history of a relict population of Topeka shiner (Notropis topeka) in northwestern Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 105:143–152.
  30. Tomelleri, J.R., and M.E. Eberle.  1990.  Fishes of the Central United States.  University Press of Kansas, Lawrence.  226 pages, 52 color plates (163 illustrations).
  31. Tomelleri, J.R., and M.E. Eberle.  2011.  Fishes of the Central United States, second edition, revised and expanded.  University Press of Kansas, Lawrence.  192 pages, 64 color plates (250 illustrations).
  32. Tomelleri, J.R., M.E. Eberle, and G.W. Ernsting.  1986.  Big Creek and its fishes.  Fort Hays Studies, Science 3(8):1–43, 8 color plates, 4 black-and-white plates.
  33. Wenke, T.L., and M.E. Eberle.  1985.  Diatoms from Kansas.  Southwestern Naturalist 30:464–465.
  34. Wenke, T.L., and M.E. Eberle.  1986.  Diatoms from streams in Ellis and Russell counties, Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy Science 89:146–151.
  35. Wenke, T.L., and M.E. Eberle.  1990.  US Fish and Wildlife Service draft Neosho madtom (Noturus placidus) recovery plan.  US Fish and Wildlife Service, Denver, Colorado.  66 pages.
  36. Wenke, T.L., M.E. Eberle, G.W. Ernsting, and W.J. Stark.  1992.  Winter collections of the Neosho madtom (Noturus placidus).  Southwestern Naturalist 37:330–333.
  37. Wenke, T.L., G.W. Ernsting, and M.E. Eberle.  1993.  Survey of fishes at Fort Riley Military Reservation in Kansas.  Prairie Naturalist 25:317–323.

Reverse-chronological Summary

2014

  • Kansas Fishes Committee.  2014.  Kansas Fishes.  University Press of Kansas, Lawrence.  518 + xxiii pages, 184 color illustrations, 121 maps.

2013

  • Eberle, M.E.  2013.  Paraphrasing, plagiarism, and misrepresentation in scientific writing.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 116:157–167.

2011

  • Tomelleri, J.R., and M.E. Eberle.  2011.  Fishes of the Central United States, second edition, revised and expanded.  University Press of Kansas, Lawrence. 192 pages, 64 color plates (250 illustrations).

2010

  • Gido, K.B., W.K. Dodds, and M.E. Eberle.  2010.  Retrospective analysis of fish community change during a half-century of landuse and streamflow changes.  Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29:970–987.

2009

2007

2006

2005

  • Haslouer, S.G., M.E. Eberle, D.R. Edds, K.B. Gido, C.S. Mammoliti, J.R. Triplett, J.T. Collins, D.A. Distler, D.G. Huggins, and W.J. Stark.  2005.  Current status of native fish species in Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 108:32–46.
  • Eberle*, M.E.  2005.  Homogenization of fish faunas and concurrent anthropogenic impacts on plains streams in western Kansas.  Oral presentation, Symposium on “Ecology and Management of North American Prairie Streams,” American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, 11–15 September 2005, Anchorage, Alaska.

2002

2001

2000

1999

  • Hargett, E.G., R. Waters, M.E. Eberle, and J. Chynoweth.  1999.  An assessment of fish communities in the Cimarron River in Morton County, Kansas, during restored streamflow.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 102:100–106.

1997

1996

  • Eberle, M.E., T.L. Welker, and T.L. Welker.  1996.  Survey of fishes from Rattlesnake Creek in central Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 99:29–38.
  • Eberle, M.E.  1996 (revised).  Summary of collection data for the Neosho madtom (Noturus placidus Taylor).  Report Number 71, Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence.  48 pages.

1994

  • Eberle, M.E.  1994.  Freshwater mussels of Kansas: Register of taxa, synonyms, and assumed misidentifications.  Report Number 63, Kansas Biological Survey, Lawrence.  26 pages.  (updated web version)

1993

  • Eberle, M.E., G.W. Ernsting, J.R. Tomelleri, and S.L. Wells.  1993.  Assessment of restored streamflow on fish communities in the Arkansas River of southwestern Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 96:114130.
  • Wenke, T.L., G.W. Ernsting, and M.E. Eberle.  1993.  Survey of fishes at Fort Riley Military Reservation in Kansas.  Prairie Naturalist 25:317–323.

1992

  • Wenke, T.L., M.E. Eberle, G.W. Ernsting, and W.J. Stark.  1992.  Winter collections of the Neosho madtom (Noturus placidus).  Southwestern Naturalist 37:330–333.

1991

  • Eberle*, M., G. Ernsting, W. Stark, and R. Larson.  1991.  Impact of surface- and ground-water withdrawals on threatened fishes in Great Plains rivers of North America.  Oral Presentation, Seventh International Ichthyology Congress: The Threatened World of Fish.  26–30 August 1991, Den Haag, Nederlands.  Abstracted in: Bulletin Zoölogisch Museum, Universiteit van Amsterdam, Special Issue, August 1991.

1990

  • Tomelleri, J.R., and M.E. Eberle.  1990.  Fishes of the Central United States. University Press of Kansas, Lawrence.  226 pages, 52 color plates (163 illustrations).
  • Wenke, T.L., and M.E. Eberle.  1990.  US Fish and Wildlife Service draft Neosho madtom (Noturus placidus) recovery plan.  US Fish and Wildlife Service, Denver, Colorado.  66 pages.

1989

  • Eberle, M.E., G.W. Ernsting, B.J. Stark, J.R. Tomelleri, and T.L. Wenke.  1989.  Recent surveys of fishes from western Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 92:24–32.
  • Ernsting, G.W., and M.E. Eberle.  1989.  Distributional records of the Arkansas darter in the Arkansas River of central Kansas.  Prairie Naturalist 21:111–112.
  • Ernsting, G.W., M.E. Eberle, and T.L. Wenke.  1989.  Range extensions for three species of madtoms (Noturus: Ictaluridae) in Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 92:206–207.

1987

  • Stark, B.J., M.E. Eberle, G.W. Ernsting, and T.L. Wenke.  1987.  Distributional records of some Kansas fishes.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 90:153–156.

1986

  • Eberle, M.E., G.W. Ernsting, and J.R. Tomelleri.  1986.  Aquatic macroinvertebrates and fishes of Big Creek in Trego, Ellis, and Russell counties, Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 89:146–151.
  • Tomelleri, J.R., M.E. Eberle, and G.W. Ernsting.  1986.  Big Creek and its fishes.  Fort Hays Studies, Science 3(8):1–43, 8 color plates, 4 black-and-white plates.
  • Wenke, T.L., and M.E. Eberle.  1986.  Diatoms from streams in Ellis and Russell counties, Kansas.  Transactions of the Kansas Academy Science 89:146–151.

1985

  • Wenke, T.L., and M.E. Eberle.  1985.  Diatoms from Kansas.  Southwestern Naturalist 30:464–465.

1982

  • Eberle, M.E.  1982.  Annotated list of diatoms reported from Kansas.  Fort Hays Studies, Science 3(1):1–145.