Martin, E.C. In prep. My world of water. (Children's book)
Martin, E.C. and W. Davidson. Accepted. Comprehensive General Biology Laboratory Manual for Students with Visual Impairment. Chapters: Microscopic investigation, Scientific method and the metric system, Cells, Diffusion and osmosis, Mitosis, Genetics, Hardy-Weinberg equilibrium, Photosynthesis, Animal behavior, Biodiversity and classification, Aquatics, Data analysis and presentation.
Martin, E.C. Golden Shiner. 2014. In Kansas Fishes. Eds. Eberle, M.E. and
D. Edds. University Press of Kansas, Lawrence, KS. Link to book
Martin, E.C. In review. Influence of size-structure of two herbivorous cyprinid fishes on prairie stream ecosystem properties.
Piva, M., R. Boyd, J.
Boyd, and E.C. Martin. 2016. Evaluating wetland
vegetation establishment at the Baker Wetlands, Douglas County, Kansas. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science 119:49-63. Link to PDF
Whitney, J.E., Martin, E.C., Gido, K.B., & Hase,
K.J. 2015. The first to go and the last to leave: colonization and
extinction dynamics of common and rare fishes in intermittent prairie streams.
Freshwater Biology DOI: 10.1111/fwb.12668 Link to PDF
Martin, E.C., J.E.Whitney, K.J. Hase and K.B. Gido. 2013. Habitat associations of stream fishes in protected tallgrass prairie streams. The American Midland Naturalist 170: 39-51. Link to PDF
Jacquemin, S.J., E.C. Martin, and M. Pyron. 2013. Morphological variation in the bluntnose minnow (Pimephales notatus). The American Midland Naturalist 169:137-146. Link to PDF
Bernot, M.J., E.C. Martin, and R.J. Bernot. 2010. The influence of trophic complexity on preferential uptake of dissolved inorganic and organic nitrogen: A laboratory microcosm experiment. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29: 1199-1211. Link to PDF
Martin, E.C. and M. Pyron. 2009. Fish assemblages: the influence of habitat and hydrology, an Honors Thesis. Department of Biology, Ball State University, Muncie, IN.
Pyron, M., E.C. Martin, J. Beugly and M. Spielman. 2008. Conservation of the freshwater gastropods of Indiana: historic and current distributions. American Malacological Bulletin. 26: 137-151. Link to PDF