Associate Professor, School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University
PhD, Biology, Idaho State University, 1999
Dr. Todd V. Royer is an aquatic ecologist specializing in water resources, nutrient and carbon cycling, water quality, and nutrient standards.
Critical Transition in Critical Zone of Intensively Managed Landscapes. Kumar, P., Le, P.V.V., Papanicolaou, A.N., Rhoads, B.L., Anders, A.M., Stumpf, A., Wilson, C.G., Bettis, E.A., Blair, N., Ward, A.S., Filley, T., Lin, H., Keefer, L., Keefer, D.A., Lin, Y.-F., Muste, M., Royer, T.V., Foufoula-Georgiou, E., and Belmont, P. (2018): Anthropocene
Streambed Restoration to Remove Fine Sediment Alters Reach-Scale Transient Storage in a Low-Gradient Fifth-Order River, Indiana, USA. Ward, A.S., Morgan, J.A., White, J.R., and Royer, T.V. (2018): Hydrological Processes
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