Silknetter, S., Kanno, Y., Kanapeckas Métris, K. L., Cushman, E., Darden, T. L., & Peoples, B. K. 2019. Mutualism or parasitism: Partner abundance affects host fitness in a fish reproductive interaction. Freshwater Biology, 64(1), 175-182.
Richard, J. C., Castello, L., Gurdak, D. J., Peoples, B. K., & Angermeier, P. L. 2018. Size‐structured habitat selection by arapaima in floodplain lakes of the Lower Amazon. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 28(6), 1403-1413.
Schmitt, J.D., B.K. Peoples, L. Castello, and D.J. Orth. 2018. Feeding ecology of generalist consumers: a case study of invasive blue catfish Ictalurus furcatus in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, USA. Environmental Biology of Fishes DOI: 10.1007/s10641-018-0783-6.
Peoples, B.K. and S.R. Midway. 2018. Fishing pressure and species traits affect stream fish invasions both directly and indirectly. Diversity and Distributions 24(8): 1158-1168.
Floyd, S.P., B.K. Peoples, and E.A. Frimpong. 2018. Disentangling Reproductive Interactions among Communal Spawning Minnows Using Reproductive Condition and Visual Observations. American Midland Naturalist 179(2):166-178.
Peoples, B. K., S. Midway, J.T. Deweber, and T. Wagner. 2018. Catchment‐scale determinants of nonindigenous minnow richness in the eastern United States. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 27: 138-145.
Peoples, B.K. and R.R. Goforth. 2017. Commonality in traits and hierarchical structure of vertebrate establishment success. Diversity and Distributions 23: 854-862.
Peoples, B.K. and S.P. Floyd. 2017. Partner swapping and cheating: why do different minnow species spawn together? Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15(5) 275-276.
Peoples, B.K. and R.R. Goforth. 2017. The indirect role of species‐level factors in biological invasions. Global Ecology and Biogeography 26: 524-532.
Peoples, B.K., P.Cooper, E.A. Frimpong, and E.M. Hallerman. 2017. DNA Barcoding Elucidates Cyprinid Reproductive Interactions in a Southwest Virginia Stream. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 146: 84-91.
Peoples, B.K., S.R. Midway, D. Sackett, A. Lynch, and P.B. Cooney. 2016. Twitter Predicts Citation Rates of Ecological Research. PLoS ONE 11(11): e0166570.
Olinger, C.T., B.K. Peoples and E.A. Frimpong. 2016. Reproductive life history of Heterandria bimaculata (Heckel 1848) (Poeciliinae: Poeciliidae) in the Honduran interior highlands: trait variation along an elevational gradient. Neotropical Ichthyology 14.
Peoples, B.K. and E. A. Frimpong. 2016. Context-dependent outcomes in a reproductive mutualism between two freshwater fish species. Ecology and Evolution 6:1214-1233.
Peoples, B.K., S.P. Floyd and E.A. Frimpong. 2016. Nesting microhabitat comparison of Central stoneroller and Bluehead chub: potential inference for host-switching by nest associates. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 31: 251-259.
Peoples, B.K. and E.A. Frimpong. 2015. Biotic interactions and habitat drive positive co-occurrence between facilitating and beneficiary stream fishes. Journal of Biogeography 43: 923-931.
Peoples, B.K., L.A. Blanc and E.A. Frimpong. 2015. Lotic cyprinid communities can be structured as nest webs and predicted by the stress-gradient hypothesis. Journal of Animal Ecology 84: 1666- 1677.
McManamay, R.A., B.K. Peoples, D.J. Orth, C.A. Dolloff and D.C. Matthews. 2015. Isolating causal pathways between flow and fish in the regulated river hierarchy. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72: 1731-1748.
Bolton, C., B.K. Peoples and E.A. Frimpong. 2015. Recognizing gape limitation and interannual variability in bluehead chub nesting microhabitat use in a small Virginia stream. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 30: 503-511.
Peoples, B.K., R. A. McManamay, D.J. Orth, and E.A. Frimpong. 2014. Nesting habitat use by river chub in a hydrologically variable Appalachian tailwater. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 23: 283-293.
Peoples, B.K. and E.A. Frimpong. 2013. Evidence of mutual benefits of nest association among freshwater cyprinids and implications for conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 23: 911-923.
Peoples, B.K. and E.A. Frimpong. 2012. A snapshot analysis of age distributions of fishes in urban and forested Virginia streams. Urban Ecosystems 15: 927-937.
Peoples, B.K. 2012. Focus on the positive: how one little fish helps sustain aquatic biodiversity. Fisheries 37: 476.
Pendleton, R.M., J.J. Pritt, B.K.Peoples, and E.A. Frimpong. 2012. The strength of Nocomis nest association contributes to patterns of rarity and commonness in New River, Virginia cyprinids. American Midland Naturalist 168: 203-218.
Peoples, B.K., M.B. Tainer, and E.A. Frimpong. 2011. Bluehead chub nesting activity: a potential mechanism of population persistence in degraded stream habitats. Environmental Biology of Fishes 90: 379-391.
Peoples, B.K. and E.A. Frimpong. 2011. Among-pass, interregional, and single- versus multiple season comparisons of detection probabilities of stream fishes. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140: 67-83.