Cronin, G. 2014.
Transdisciplinary scholarship: Integrating Boyer’s Model of Scholarship with
Transdisciplinary Research. Transdisciplinary Journal of Engineering &
Science. (in press)
Sawyer, J.D., Manci, B., Ground, T., Cronin,
G. Hull, J., Webb, T., Brashears, B. 2012.
Aquaponics feasibility study for the Denver County Sheriff’s Department.
Cronin, G. 2011. Aquaponics.
Encyclopedia of Environmental Issues. Salem Press, Pasadena.
Pattison, A and Auraria Campus Sustainability Council. 2010. The Auraria
Campus Climate Action Plan. AHEC, Denver.
Cronin, G., J. H. McCutchan, J. Pitlick, and W.M. Lewis, Jr. 2007. "Use of Shields stress to reconstruct and forecast changes in river metabolism." Freshwater Biology 52: 1587-1601.
Schlacher T. and G. Cronin. 2007. "A trophic cascade in a macrophyte-based food web at the land–water ecotone." Ecological Research 22: 749-755.
Cronin, G., W.M. Lewis, Jr., and MA Scheisher. 2006. "Influence of freshwater macrophytes on the littoral ecosystem structure and function of a young Colorado reservoir." Aquatic Botany 85: 37-43.
Stearns, M., J. A. Tindall, G. Cronin, M. J. Friedel and E. Berquist. 2005. "Effects of Coal-Bed Methane Discharge Waters on the Vegetation and Soil Ecosystem in Powder River Basin, Wyoming," Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 168: 33-57.
Cronin G, and D. M. Lodge. 2003. "Effects of light and nutrient availability on the growth, allocation, carbon/nutrient balance, phenolic chemistry, and resistance to herbivory of two freshwater macrophytes." Oecologia 137: 32-41.
Cronin, G. 2001. "Resource allocation in seaweeds and marine invertebrates: Chemical defense patterns in relation to defense theories." In: J.B McClintock and B.J. Baker (eds.) Marine Chemical Ecology. CRC Press. 325-353.
L.K., W.M. Lewis, Jr., J.P. Chanton, G.
Cronin, and S.K. Hamilton. 2000.
Methane emissions from the Orinoco River Floodplain, Venezuela.
Biogeochemistry 51: 113-140.
Cronin, G, K. D. Wissing*, and D. M.
Lodge. 1998. Comparative feeding
selectivity of herbivorous insects on water lilies: Aquatic vs. semi-terrestrial
insects and submersed vs. floating leaves. Freshwater Biology 39: 243-257
Cronin, G., V. J. Paul, M. E. Hay, and W.
Fenical. 1997. Feeding deterrent effects
of new diterpenes from Dictyota acutiloba:
Geographic variation in herbivore resistance to seaweed defenses. J. Chemical
Ecology 23: 289-302.
Cronin, G. 1997. Native Insect is Purple
Loosestrife Biocontrol Candidate. Restoration and Management Notes. Summer
Cronin, G. and M. E. Hay. 1996.
Seaweed-herbivore interactions depend on recent history of both the plant and
animal. Ecology 77: 1531-1543.
Cronin, G. and M. E. Hay. 1996. Induction of seaweed chemical defenses by
amphipod grazing. Ecology 77:2287-2301.
Cronin, G. and M. E. Hay. 1996. Within-plant variation in seaweed palatability
and chemical defenses: Optimal defense theory versus the growth-differentiation
balance hypothesis. Oecologia 105: 361-368.
Cronin, G. and M. E. Hay. 1996. Chemical defenses, protein content, and
susceptibility to herbivory of diploid vs. haploid stages of the isomorphic
brown alga Dictyota ciliolata
(Phaeophyta). Botanica Marina 39: 395-399.
Cronin, G. and M. E. Hay. 1996. Effects of light and nutrient availability on
the growth, secondary chemistry, and resistance to herbivory of two brown
seaweeds. Oikos 77:93-106.
I., W. Fenical, G. Cronin, and M. E.
Hay. 1996. New feeding deterrents from
the tropical brown alga Dictyota
acutiloba. Phytochemistry 43: 71-73.
J. J., M. L. Henneman, G. Cronin, J.
A. Fox, and G. Hormiga. 1996. Conditioning of scouts and recruits during
foraging by a leafcutting ant (Atta
columbica). Animal Behaviour 52: 299-306.
Cronin, G, M. E. Hay, W. Fenical, and N.
Lindquist. 1995. Distribution, density, and sequestration of host chemical
defenses by the specialist nudibranch Tritonia
hamnerorum found at high densities on the sea fan Gorgonia ventalina. Marine Ecology Progress Series 119:177-189
Cronin, G, N. Lindquist, M. E. Hay, and W. Fenical.
1995. Effects of storage and extraction
procedures on yields of lipophilic metabolites from the brown seaweeds Dictyota ciliolata and D. menstrualis. Marine Ecology Progress