A History of Scholarship
Below is a list of all of my publications, including my work in fish ecology as well as patents from my time in coronary stent engineering. In-review and other upcoming publications are listed at the bottom.
The PDF links will download a full-text. The DOI links to the permanent journal page (many of which are paywalled) or to my ResearchGate for pieces without online presence. Patents and applications link to Google Patents. If you have any problems downloading a paper don't hesitate to contact me.
Chittaro, Paul M., Hegg, Jens C., Kennedy, Brian P., Weitkamp, Laurie A., Johnson, Lyndal L., Bucher, Cynthia, Zabel, Richard W. “Juvenile river residence and performance of Snake River fall Chinook salmon” Ecology of Freshwater Fish (February 2019) 28(3) 396-410 DOI: 10.1111/eff.12462
Hegg, Jens C., Brian P. Kennedy, Paul Chittaro. “What did you say about my mother? The complexities of maternally derived chemical signatures in otoliths.” Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (published on web April 12, 2018) DOI 10.1139/cjfas-2017-0341.
Hegg, Jens C., Jonathan Middleton, Ben Luca Robertson. “The Sound of Migration: Exploring data sonification as a means of interpreting multivariate salmon movement datasets.” Heliyon (February 2018) vol. 4(2) e00532 DOI 10.1016/j.heliyon.2018.e00532
Hegg, Jens C., Tomasso Giarrizzo, Brian P. Kennedy. “Diverse Early Life-History Strategies in Migratory Amazonian Catfish: Implications for Conservation and Management”. PLOS One (July 2015) 10(7). DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0129697
Hegg, Jens C., Brian P. Kennedy, Paul M. Chittaro, and Richard W. Zabel. "Spatial structuring of an evolving life-history strategy under altered environmental conditions." Oecologia (February 2013) 1-13. DOI 10.1007/s00442-012-2564-9
Hegg, Jens C., Brian P. Kennedy, Alex K. Fremier. “Predicting fish location using otoliths and bedrock geology: Understanding the effects of geologic heterogeneity”. Chemical Geology 360 (October 2013) 89-98. DOI 10.1016/j.chemgeo.2013.10.010
Proceedings, Dissertations, and Theses
Robertson, Ben Luca, Jonathan Middleton, Jens C. Hegg. “Multi-channel spatial sonification of Chinook salmon migration patterns in the Snake River watershed”. Proceedings of the 12th Annual Sound and Music Computing Conference 1:497–502. Maynooth, Ireland, (July 2015) DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.1523.1843 (DOI inks to entire proceedings publication as PDF. Peer-reviewed paper only at PDF link)
Hove, Mark C., Daniel J. Hornbach, Leda A. Cunningham, Katie G. Esse, Jens C. Hegg, Tomas W. Hermanson, Jennifer C. Mann. “Long term changes in mussel populations of the St Croix River”Proceedings of the Mississippi River Research Consortium (2000) April 13-14; La Crosse (WI): Volume 32 p 43.
Patents and Applications
Meyer, Michael P., Thomas E. Broome, Amnon Yadin, Daniel Gregorich, Kevin Grotheim, and Jens Hegg. "Bifurcation Stent Design with Over Expansion Capability." U.S. Patent Application #20080177377-A1, filed Oct. 16, 2007.
Upcoming Manuscripts and Preprints
Carine G. Moraes, Jens C. Hegg, Tommaso Giarrizzo, Marcelo C. Andrade. “Feeding behavior and trophic niche partitioning between the Neotropical otter Lontra longicaudis and Giant otter Pteronura brasiliensis from the Xingu River, Amazon Basin” (In review, Hydrobiologia)
Hegg, Jens C., Brian P. Kennedy. “Let’s Do the Time Warp Again: Non-linear time-series matching as a tool for mining temporally structured data in ecology” (In review, Ecosphere. Ph.D. Chapter)
Hegg, Jens C., Kat Gillies-Rector, Brian P. Kennedy, Paul Chittaro, Richard W. Zabel, William P. Connor. “Abiotic and biotic effects on successful life history strategies under variable environmental conditions” (In prep for Can. J. Fish & Aq. Sc. Ph.D. Chapter)
Kat Gillies-Rector, Jens C. Hegg, Brian P. Kennedy. “Spatial Variation in Natal River Rearing and Downstream Movement in Snake River Fall Chinook Salmon” (In prep for Transactions of the American Fisheries Society)
Paul Chittaro, Jens C. Hegg, Abby Fuhrman, Devin Robichaux, RothBoury Doung, Brian Beckman, Chris Fisher, Jeff Vervoort. “The contribution of environmentally-derived isotopes in early otolith formation.” (In prep for Can. J. Fish & Aq. Sc.)
Hegg, Jens C., Breanna Graves, Chris M. Fisher. “Sawfish, Read in Tooth and Saw: rostral teeth as endogenous chemical records of movement and life-history in a critically endangered species” (preprint posted to BioRxive. In review, Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems) DOI: 10.1101/753293
Hegg, Jens C., Chris M. Fisher, Jeffery D. Vervoort. “Simultaneous determination of 87Sr/86Sr and trace-element data in otoliths and other sclerochronological hard structures” (preprint posted to BioRxive. In review, Methods in Ecology and Evolution) DOI: 10.1101/2020.04.24.060640