Rinella, D.J., D.L. Bogan, R.S. Shaftel, and D. Merrigan. In review. New aquatic insect records for Alaska, U.S.A.: range extensions and a comment on under-sampled habitats.
Rinella, D.J., M.S. Wipfli, C.A. Stricker, and R. Heintz. 2012. Pacific salmon runs and consumer fitness: growth and energy storage in stream-dwelling salmonids increases with salmon spawner density. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69: 73–84.
Reeves, M.K., M. Perdue, G. Blakemore, D.J. Rinella, and M. Holyoak. 2011. Twice as easy to catch: a toxicant and a predator cue cause additive reductions in larval amphibian activity. Ecosphere 2.
Rinella, D.J., M. Booz, D.L. Bogan, K. Boggs, M. Sturdy, and M. Rinella. 2009. Large woody debris and salmonid habitat in the Anchor River basin, Alaska, following an extensive spruce beetle (Dendroctonus rufipennis) outbreak. Northwest Science 83: 57–69.
Boggs, K., M. Sturdy, D.J. Rinella, and M. Rinella. 2008. White spruce regeneration following a major spruce beetle outbreak in forests on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Forest Ecology and Management 255: 3571–3579.
Rinella, D.J. and D.L. Bogan 2008. Significant westward range extension for the Limnephilid cassisfly Phanocelia Canadensis (Trichoptera): first record from Alaska. Entomological News 119:295–297.
Rinella, D.J. and J. W. Feminella. 2005. Comparison of benthic macroinvertebrates colonizing sand, wood, and artificial substrates in a low-gradient stream. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 20:209–220.
Selected presentations and reports
Aicher, R., G. Blair, H. Dean, J. Ebersole, S. Eckman, J. Frithsen, R. Grismala, M. Kravitz, P. North, J. Rice, D. Rinella, K. Schofield, S. Seville, G. Suter, J. Todd, and P. Wigington, Jr. 2012. An assessment of potential mining impacts on salmon ecosystems of Bristol Bay, Alaska. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10, Seattle.
Leppi, J.C., R. Wilson, D.J. Rinella, B. Prucha, and W. Loya. 2012. Potential impacts of climate change on freshwater ecosystems in Alaska: Understanding how future hydrology affects coho salmon life stages. Draft report prepared for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Rinella, D.J., R.S. Shaftel, and D. Athons. 2011. Fishery resources of the Bristol Bay region. Report prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10, Seattle.
Rinella, D.J., and D.L. Bogan. 2011. Testing Alaska’s macroinvertebrate- and diatom-based stream condition indices in select urbanized streams. Report prepared for Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Anchorage, Alaska.
Rinella, D.J. 2010. Marine-derived nutrients in riverine ecosystems: developing tools for tracking movement and assessing effects in food webs on the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Ph.D. dissertation, University of Alaska Fairbanks.
Rinella, D.J., M.S. Wipfli, and C. Stricker. 2010. Relationships among spawning salmon abundance, stable isotope measures of marine-derived nutrient assimilation, and the fitness of stream-dwelling fishes. Oral presentation to the 7th International Conference on Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies.
Rinella, D.J., and D.L. Bogan. 2010. Ecological condition of lakes in the Cook Inlet Basin, Alaska. Prepared for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.
Rinella, D.J., M.S. Wipfli, C. Stricker, and R. Heintz. 2009. The relationship between spawning salmon abundance and the fitness of stream-dwelling fishes, Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Oral presentation to the Western Division of the American Fisheries Society, Albuquerque, NM.
Rinella, D.J., D.L. Bogan, and D. Dasher. 2008. Ecological condition of wadeable streams in the Tanana River basin, interior Alaska. Prepared for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Rinella, D.J. and D.L. Bogan. 2007. Development of Macroinvertebrate and Diatom Biological Assessment Indices for Cook Inlet Basin Streams – Final Report. Prepared for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.
Sayer, A., Welker, J., Rinella, D. Wipfli, M. Sveinbjornsson, B. 2007. Picea lutzii nutrient and growth responses to salmon-derived nutrients in two Alaskan streams. Poster presentation to the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Arctic Section Meeting, October 2007, Anchorage AK.
Rinella, D.J., M.S.Wipfli, C. Walker, C. Stricker, R. Heintz. 2006. Marine-derived nutrients (MDN) in riverine ecosystems: developing monitoring tools for tracking MDN in Alaska watersheds. Oral presentation to the North American Benthological Society, Anchorage, AK.
Rinella, D.J., D.L. Bogan, K. Kishaba, B. Jessup, C. Hill, and S. Moegenburg. 2005. Development of a Macroinvertebrate Biological Assessment Index for Alexander Archipelago Streams – Final Report. Prepared for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.