Kuhlmann, M. L. 2016. Invasion-related change in crayfish density affects a stream macroinvertebrate community. Northeastern Naturalist 23:434-453.
Dresser, C. M. (‘10), M. L. Kuhlmann, and B. J. Swanson. 2016. Variation in native crayfish agonistic response to the invasion of the rusty crayfish Orconectes rusticus (Girard, 1852). Journal of Crustacean Biology.
Kuhlmann, M. L., and B. M. McCabe (’14). 2014. Diet specialization in Octopus vulgaris at San Salvador, Bahamas. Marine Ecology Progress Series 516:229-237
Allen, M. E., and M. L. Kuhlmann. 2014. Search for the missing sea otters: An ecological detective story. in C. F. Herreid, N. Schiller, and K. F. Herreid, editors. Science Stories You Can Count On: 51 Case Studies with Quantitative Reasoning in Biology. NSTA Press.
Kuhlmann, M. L., and D. A. Hamilton. 2013. Observations of extremely shallow-water habitat use by ocean triggerfish, Canthidermis sufflamen, at San Salvador Island, The Bahamas. Proceedings of the 14th Natural History of the Bahamas Conference
Kuhlmann, M. L. 2009. Fish as fertilizer: the impacts of salmon on coastal ecosystems. Published online at the Case Study Collection – National Center for Case Study Teaching in Science (http://www.sciencecases.org/salmon_forest/case.asp)
Kuhlmann, M. L., S. M. Badylak (’02), and E. L. Carvin (’05). 2008. Testing the differential predation hypothesis for the invasion of rusty crayfish in a stream community: laboratory and field experiments. Freshwater Biology 53:113-128.
College service and professional affiliations:
Chair, Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee
Member: Ecological Society of America
Member: International Society for Behavioural Ecology