Lindsay, K.F., D.A. Kirk, T. M. Bergin, L. B. Best, and J.C. Sifneos. 2013. Farmland Heterogeneity Benefits Birds in American Mid-west Watersheds. The American Midland Naturalist 170:121-147.
Gerth, W.J., A. Herlihy and J. Sifneos. 2013. Large-scale macroinvertebrate assemblage patterns from least-disturbed wadeable stream sites across the 48 contiguous US states. Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems.
Herlihy, A.T., N.C. Kamman, J.C. Sifneos, D. Charles, M. D. Enache, and R.J. Stevenson. 2013. Using multiple approaches to develop nutrient criteria for lakes in the conterminous USA. Freshwater Science 32:267-384.
Ferguson, J., J. Romer, J. Sifneos, L. Madsen, C. Schreck, M. Glynn, M. Kent. 2012. Impacts of multispecies parasitism on juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in Oregon. Aquaculture 362–363 184:192.
Sifneos, J.C., A. T. Herlihy, A. J. Jacobs, and M. E. Kentula. 2010. Calibration of the Delaware Rapid Assessment Protocol to a more comprehensive measure of wetland condition. Wetlands 30(6):1011:1022.
Herlihy, A., J. Sifneos, C. Bason, A. Jacobs, M. Kentula, and S. Fennessy. 2009. An Approach for Evaluating the Repeatability of Rapid Wetland Assessment Methods: the Effects of Training and Experience. Environmental Management 44:369-377.
Herlihy, A. and J. Sifneos. 2008. Developing nutrient criteria and classification schemes for wadeable streams in conterminous United States. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 27(4):932-948.
Debinski, D. M., M.V. Santelmann, D. White, K.F. Lindsay, and J. Sifneos. 2007. Plant Diversity in From the Corn Belt to the Gulf. Resources for the Future Press, Washington, D.C.
Lindsay, K.F., M.V. Santelmann, J. Sifneos, D. White, and D. Kirk. 2007. Wildlife Habitat in From the Corn Belt to the Gulf. Resources for the Future Press, Washington, D.C.
Santelmann, M.V., D. White, K.F. Lindsay, J.I. Nassauer, J.M. Eilers, K.B. Vache, B.J. Danielson, R.C. Corry, M.E. Clark, S. Polasky, R.M. Cruse, J.C. Sifneos, H. Rustigian, C. Coiner, J. Wu, and D. Debinski. 2007. An Integrated Assessment of Alternative Futures for Iowa Watersheds in From the Corn Belt to the Gulf. Resources for the Future Press, Washington, D.C.
Santelmann, M.V., J.C. Sifneos, D. White, and K.F. Lindsay. 2007. Plant Diversity in From the Corn Belt to the Gulf. Resources for the Future Press, Washington, D.C.
Herlihy, A., R. Hughes, and J. Sifneos. 2006. Landscape clusters based on fish assemblages in the conterminous USA and their relationship to existing landscape classifications. Pages 87:112 in R.M. Hughes, L. Wang, and P.W. Seelbach (eds.). Influences of landscape on stream habitat and biological assemblages. American Fisheries Society Symposium XX, Bethesda, Maryland.
Santelmann, M., K.F. Freemark, J.C. Sifneos, and D. White. 2006. Assessing effects of alternative agricultural practices on wildlife habitat in Iowa, U.S.A. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 113:243:253.
Santelmann, M., D. White, K.F. Freemark, J. Nassauer, J. Eilers, K. Vache, B. Danielson, F. Corry, Clark, M., Polasky, S., Cruse, R. J. Sifneos, C. Coiner, J. Wu, and D. Debinski. 2004. Assessing Alternative Futures for Agriculture in the U.S. CornBelt. Landscape Ecology 19:357-374.
Lawler, J. J., D. White, J. Sifneos and L.L. Master. 2003. Rare Species and the Use of Indicator Groups for Conservation Planning. Conservation Biology 17:875-882.
White, D. and J.C. Sifneos. 2002. Regression Tree Cartography. Journal of Computational and Graphical Statistics 11:600-614.
Rathert D., D. White, J.C. Sifneos, and R.M. Hughes. 1999. Environmental correlates of species richness for native freshwater fish in Oregon, USA. Journal of Biogeography 26:257-273.
White, D., P.G. Minotti, M.J. Barczak, J.C. Sifneos, K.E. Freemark, M.V. Santelmann, C.F. Steinitz, A.R. Kiester, E.M. Preston. 1997. Assessing risks to biodiversity from future landscape change. Conservation Biology 11(2):349-360.
Sifneos, J.C., E.W. Cake, Jr., and M.E. Kentula. 1992. Impacts of Section 404 permitting on freshwater wetlands in Louisiana, Alabama, and Mississippi. Wetlands 12 (1):28-36.
Sifneos, J.C., M.E. Kentula and P. Price. 1992. Impacts of Section 404 permits requiring compensatory mitigation of freshwater wetlands in Texas and Arkansas. Texas Journal of Science 44 (4):475:485.
Kentula, M.E., R.P. Brooks, S.E. Gwin, C.C. Holland, A.D. Sherman, and J.C. Sifneos. 1992. An Approach to Improving Decision Making in Wetland Restoration and Creation. Island Press. Washington, D.C.
Kentula, M.E., J.C. Sifneos, J.W. Good, M. Rylko, and K. Kunz. 1992. Trends and patterns in Section 404 permitting in Oregon and Washington, USA. Environmental Management 16(1):109-119.
Newton, L. J and J. Sifneos. 2012. The Oregon State University Undergraduate Biology Program Exit Survey 2012-13.
Newton, L. J and J. Sifneos. 2012. The Oregon State University Undergraduate Zoology Program Exit Survey 2012-13.
Sifneos, J. and V. Lesser. 2013. Pre-and Post- Test Results for COMM 218. Prepared for Judy Bowker, Department of Speech Communication, Oregon State University. 8 pp.
Newton, L., J. Sifneos, K. Nason, and V.M. Lesser. 2012. Procedures of Data Collected for the 2012 Oregon Department of Transportation Needs and Issues Survey. Conducted for ODOT Research Section. 618 pp.
Newton, L., and J. Sifneos. 2012. 2012 National College Health Assessment (NCHA) Survey: Oregon State University Participation, Procedures, and Results. Prepared for Oregon State University Student Health Services. 8 pp.
Newton, L. K. Nason, J. Sifneos, and V.M. Lesser. 2012. The Oregon State University Health and Wellness Survey 2011-2012: Procedures and Results. Conducted for OSU Healthy Campus Initiatives. 96 pp.
Newton, L., V.M. Lesser, and J. Sifneos. 2012. National Transit Communications Accessibility Survey: Procedures and Results. Conducted for the OSU National Center for Accessible Transportation and WGBH National Center for Accessible Media. 369 pp.
Newton, L., V.M. Lesser, and J. Sifneos. 2012. Community Survey on Underage Drinking in Oregon: Procedures and Results. Conducted for the Center for Health and Safety Culture, Montana State University. 69 pp.