Ph.D. – Cornell University
Areas of Expertise
- Fish conservation
Conservation of fishes; effects of land use on fishes; invasive species; behavioral and ecological interactions and their impact on fish conservation.
Helfman, G.S. 2007. Fish Conservation: The Degradation and Restoration of Biodiversity, Island Press.
Scott, M.C., G.S. Helfman, M.E. McTammany, E.F. Benfield, and P.V. Bolstad. 2002. Multiscale influences on physical and chemical stream conditions across Blue Ridge landscapes. J. American Water Resources Association 38:1379-1392.
Scott, M.C. and G.S. Helfman. 2001. Native invasions, homogenization, and the mismeasure of integrity of fish assemblages. Fisheries 26(11):6.15.
Helfman, G.S. 1999. Behavior and fish conservation: Introduction, motivation, and overview. In: G.S. Helfman (ed.) Behavior and Fish Conservation: Case Studies and Applications. Environmental Biology of fishes 55:7-12.
Helfman, G.S., editor. 1999. Behavior and Fish Conservation: Case Studies and Applications. Environmental Biology of Fishes 55:1-201.
Harding, J.S., E.F. Benfield, P.V. Bolstad, G.S. Helfman, and E.B.D. Jones, III. 1998. Stream biodiversity: The ghost of land-use past. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences U.S. 95:14843-14847.
Helfman, G.S., B.B. Collette, and D.E. Facey. 1997. The Diversity of Fishes. Blackwell Science, Inc., Malden, Massachusettes. 507 p.
Meyer, J.L. and G.S. Helfman. 1993. The ecological basis of sustainability. Ecol. Applic. 3:569-571.