Peer-Reviewed Publications (*indicates student co-author)
Horvath, T. Submitted Nov 2011. Human-mediated and natural dispersal of invasive species: Implications for watershed-scale management practices. Lakes & Reservoirs: Research and Management, Special Issue.
Bischoff, P.B. and T. G. Horvath. 2011. Abundances of naked amoebae and macroflagellates in Central New York lakes: Possible effects by zebra mussels. Acta Protozologica. 50:23–31.
Co-author. Lundberg et al. 2011. Context matters: Increasing understanding with interactive clicker case studies. Educational Technology Research and Development. 59(5): 645-671.
Associate author. Kang et al. 2011. Gender differences in student performance in large lecture classrooms using personal response systems (“clickers”) with narrative case studies. Learning, Media and Technology. 9: 1-24.
Associate author. Wolter, B.H.K., M.A. Lundberg, H. Kang and C.F. Herreid. 2011. Students’ perceptions of using personal response systems (“clickers”) with cases in science. Journal of College Science Teaching 40(4):14-19.
Horvath, T.G. and L. Crane* 2010. Hydrodynamic forces affect larval zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) mortality in a laboratory setting. Aquatic Invasion 5(4):379-385.
Horvath, T.G. 2008. Economically viable strategy for prevention of invasive species introduction: Case study of Otsego Lake, New York. Aquatic Invasions 3(1):3-9.
Horvath, T. 2005. A killer lake. . Journal of College Science Teaching October:18-21.
Horvath, T.G. 2004. Retention of particulate matter by macrophytes in a first-order stream. Aquatic Botany 78(1):27-36.
Cronin, G., D.M. Lodge, M.E. Hay, M. Miller, A. Hill, T. Horvath, R. Bolser, N. Lindquist, and M. Wahl. 2002. Crayfish feeding preferences for freshwater macrophytes: the influence of plant structure and chemistry. Journal of Crustacean Biology 22(4): 708–718.
Horvath, T.G., R.L. Whitman, and L.L. Last. 2001. Establishment of two invasive crustaceans (Copepoda: Harpacticoida) in the nearshore sands of Lake Michigan. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 58:1261-1264.
Lewis, K.M., J.L. Feder, T.G. Horvath and G.A. Lamberti. 2000. Heterozygosity and fitness: No strong association in Great Lakes populations of zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha. (Pallas). Malacologia 42:113-122.
Horvath, T.G., K.M. Martin, and G.A. Lamberti. 1999. Effect of zebra mussels, Dreissena polymorpha, on stream macroinvertebrates. American Midland Naturalist 142:340-347.
Horvath, T.G. and G.A. Lamberti. 1999. Limitation of zebra mussel recruitment in streams by veliger mortality. Freshwater Biology 42:69-76.
Horvath, T.G. and G.A. Lamberti. 1999. Recruitment and growth of zebra mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) in coupled lake-stream systems. Archiv für Hydrobiologie 145/2:197-217.
Horvath, T.G. and G.A. Lamberti. 1997. Drifting macrophytes as a mechanism for zebra mussel (Dreissena polymorpha) invasion of lake-outlet streams. American Midland Naturalist 138:29-36.
Horvath, T.G., G.A. Lamberti, D.M. Lodge, and W.L. Perry. 1996. Zebra mussel dispersal in lake-stream systems: source-sink dynamics? Journal of the North American Benthological Society 15:564-575.
Cox, E., J. Marxsen, and T. Horvath. 2011. Primary producers. pp. 99-130 In: Central European Stream Ecosystems: The Long Term Study of the Breitenbach. Wagner, R. et al. (ed.) Wiley Blackwell Publishers, Weinheim, Germany.
Horvath, T. 2009. Human movements: Consequences to global biogeography. Chapter in Leung, Hendley, Compton and Haley (editors) Imagining Globalization: Language, Identities and Boundaries. Palgrave MacMillan.
Horvath, T. 2009. Cross-Dressing Salmon: Survival of the Sneaky - The National Center for Case Study Teaching in ScienceCase Collection (http://www.sciencecases.org/sneaky_salmon/prelude.asp)
Horvath, T. 2009. Not Necessarily on Purpose: Domestication and Speciation in the Canidae Family - The National Center for Case Study Teaching in ScienceCase Collection (http://www.sciencecases.org/dog_evolution/prelude.asp)
Rogers, W. and T. Horvath. 2008. Life: The Final Frontier - The National Center for Case Study Teaching in ScienceCase Collection (http://www.sciencecases.org/life/prelude.asp)
Horvath, T. 2005. Killer Lakes - The National Center for Case Study Teaching in ScienceCase Collection (http://www.sciencecases.org/lake_nyos_a/lake_nyos_a.asp)
J. Caddick, J. Christmas, V. Clark, R. Fernald, S. Foti, L. Goldblatt, D. Heicher, T. Horvath, R. Klauda, L. Moss, T. Shaw, T. Sinnott, J. Thompson, K. Wakefield, B. Watson. 2003. Zebra Mussels (Dreissena polymorpha) in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed: A Regional Management Plan. Prepared by: The Regional Dreissena polymorpha Working Group (15 authors).
Horvath, T. 2004. Principles of monitoring design. Pages 4-11 in Becker Nevers and Whitman, Lake Monitoring Field Manual. US Geological Survey Publication.
Whitman, R.L., M.B. Nevers, L.L. Last, T.G. Horvath, M.L. Goodrich, S.M. Mahoney, and J.A. Nefczyk. , Status and trends of selected inland lakes of the Great Lakes Cluster national parks. 2002. NPS Midwest Region. 310 pages.
Whitman, R.L, T.G. Horvath, M.L. Goodrich, M.B. Nevers. 2000. Characterization of E. coli levels at 63rd Street beach.
Whitman, R.L, T.G. Horvath, L.L. Last M.L. Goodrich, M.B. Nevers. 2000. The effects of shooting range lead shot on the sand-dwelling animals in the near shore waters of Lake Michigan. USGS Report.
Horvath, T.G. 1997. Dispersal and ecological impact of zebra mussels, Dreissena polymorpha (Pallas), in coupled lake-stream systems. Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana, USA. 201 pages.
Horvath, T.G., G.A. Lamberti, W.L. Perry, and D.M. Lodge. 1994. Impact of zebra mussels on unionid clams of the St. Joseph River system in Indiana. Report submitted to Division of Fish and Wildlife Nongame Program, Indiana Department of Natural Resources. 30 pages.
Harding, J.M., T.G. Horvath, and G.A. Lamberti. 1993. Establishment of a monitoring network for zebra mussels in streams of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. Technical report submitted to the Research Division of Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore. 29 pages.