- Undergraduate Education
- B.A., Miami University (Ohio)
- Graduate Education
- Ph.D., University of Texas
- M.S., Miami University (Ohio)
- American Fisheries Society Award of Excellence, August 2018
- Ecological Society of America Fellow, March 2018
- Texas A&M AgriLife Research Senior Faculty Fellow, January 2018
- American FIsheries Society Fellow
- Dean’s Outstanding Achievement Award for International Impact, September 2016
- NSF IGERT in Applied Biodiversity Science - Interdisciplinary Research Team, September 2013
Gao, Xin, Masami Fujiwara, Kirk O. Winemiller, Pengcheng Lin, Mingzheng Li and Huanzhang Liu. (2019) Regime shift in fish assemblage structure in the Yangtze River following contruction of the Three Gorges Dam, Scientific Reports, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-019-38993-x.
Arantes, Caroline C., Kirk O. Winemiller, Miguel Petrere and Carlos E. C. Freitas. (2019) Spatial variation in aquatic food webs in the Amazon River floodplain, Freshwater Science, https://doi.org/10.1086/701841.
McMeans, Bailey C., Taku Kadoya, Thomas K. Pool, Gordon W. Holtgrieve, Sovan Lek, Heng Kong, Kirk Winemiller, Vittoria Elliott, Neil Rooney, Pascal Laffaille and Kevin S. McCann. (2019) Consumer trophic positions respond variably to seasonally fluctuating environments, Ecology, https://doi.org/10.1002/ecy.2570.
Colvin, Susan A. R., S. Mazeika P. Sullivan, Patrick D. Shirey, Randall W. Colvin, Kirk O. Winemiller, Robert M. Hughes, Kurt D. Fausch, Dana M. Infant, Julian D. Olden et al. (2019) Headwater streams and wetlands are critical for sustaining fish, fisheries, and ecosystem services, Fisheries Magazine, https://doi.org/10.1002/fsh.10229.
Jin, Bin-Song, Kirk O. Winemiller, Bo Shao, Ji-Ke Si, Jie-Fengo Jin, Gang Ge. (2019) Fish assemblage structure in relation to seasonal environmental variation in sub-lakes of the Poyang Lake floodplain, China, Fisheries Management and Ecology, https://doi.org/10.1111/fme.12333.
Winemiller, Kirk O., Donald C. Taphorn, Leslie C. Kelso-Winemiller, Edwin O. Lopez-Delgado*, Friedrich W. Keppeler* and Carmen G. Montana. (2018) Fish metacommunity structure in Cano Maraca, an important nursery habitat in the Western Llanos of Venezuela, Neotropical Ichthyology, 16(4) e180074.
Lopez-Delgado, Edwin O.*, Kirk O. Winemiller and Francisco A. Villa-Navarro. (2018) Do metacommunity theories explain spatial variation in fish assemblage structure in a pristine tropical river?, Freshwater Biology, https://doi.org/10.1111/fwb.13229.