Biogeographical Sketch – BORIS C. KONDRATIEFF
Tennessee Technological University; Wildlife Management: B.S. 1976
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Entomology; M.S. 1979
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University; Entomology; Ph.D. 1982
1996-present: Professor, Department of Bioagricultural Sciences and Pest Management, Colorado State University
1990-1996: Associate Professor, Department of Entomology, Colorado State University
1986-1990: Assistant Professor, Department of Entomology, Colorado State University
PUBLICATIONS (165 refereed publications, three books, 90 technical publications)
1. Ward, J.V., B. C. Kondratieff, and R. E. Zuellig. 2002. An illustrated guide to stream insects of Colorado, 2nd ed. University of Colorado Press.
2. Shieh, S.-H., B. C. Kondratieff, J. V. Ward and D. A. Rice. 1999. The relationship of macroinvertebrate assemblages to water chemistry in a polluted Colorado plains stream. Arch. Hydrobiol. 145: 405-432.
3. Shieh, S.-H., B. C. Kondratieff, J. V. Ward. 1999. Longitudinal changes in benthic organic matter and macroinvertebrates in a polluted Colorado plains stream. Hydrobiologia 411: 191-209.
4. Zuellig, R. E. and B. C. Kondratieff. 2001. Aquatic macroinvertebrate communities associated with changing urban environments. Colorado Water.18: 7-13.
5. Zuellig, R. E., B. C. Kondratieff, and H. A. Rhodes. 2002. Benthos recovery after an episodic sediment release into a Colorado Rocky Mountain River. Western N. Amer. Nat. 62: 59-72.
6. Shieh, Sen-Her, J. V. Ward, B. C. Kondratieff. 2002. Energy flow through macroinvertebrates in a polluted plains stream. J. N. Am. Benthol. Soc. 21: 660-675.
7. Shieh, Sen-Her, J. V. Ward, and B. C. Kondratieff. 2003. Longitudinal changes in macroinvertebrate production in a stream affected by urban and agricultural activities. Arch. Hydrol. 157: 483-503.
Other papers on the taxonomy and biology of aquatic insects especially the Ephemeroptera and Plecoptera
Other Research Interests
Systematics of aquatic macroinvertebrates; Distribution of aquatic insects
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