Contact Dr. Fairchild at email@example.com regarding access to the following publications:
2000. Fairchild, G.W., A.M. Faulds and J.F. Matta. Beetle assemblages in ponds: effects of habitat and site age. Freshwater Biology 44:523-534.
2002. Fairchild, G.W., J. Cruz, A.M. Faulds, A.E.Z. Short and J.F. Matta. Microhabitat and landscape influences on aquatic beetle assemblages in a cluster of temporary and permanent ponds. J. North American Benthological Society 22:224-240.
2005. Fairchild, G.W., J.N. Anderson, and D.J. Velinsky. The trophic state “chain of relationships” in ponds: does size matter? Hydrobiologia 539:35-46.
2005. Butler, L., and G.W. Fairchild. Varying Effects of Season on Fish Assemblages of Two Adjacent Warmwater Streams. American Midland Naturalist 154:152-165.
2006. Fairchild, G.W. and D.J. Velinsky. Effects of small ponds on stream water chemistry. Lake and Reservoir Management 22:321-330.
2012. Fairchild, G.W., C. Robinson, A. Brainard and G. Coutu. Historical changes in the distribution and abundance of constructed ponds in an urbanizing watershed. Landscape Research. DOI: 10.1080/01426397.2012.672640. .
2012. Brainard, A. and G.W. Fairchild. Sediment characteristics and accumulation rates in constructed ponds. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation (In Review).
The West Chester University, Department of Geography and Planning’ s GIS Lab is currently installing an ArcGIS Server that will
provide maps of view of pond data at the County and Brandywine Sub-basin levels. This will be online during the second half of 2012.
The list below provides general contact information for organizations with a strong public interest focus on regional ponds and streams.
Many of these organizations provided data, GIS layers or assistance in compiling project information.
Individual townships can also be contacted for useful information. Note: Links open separate window or tab.