Export 809 results:
Author Title Type [ Year(Asc)]
Filters: Filter is   [Clear All Filters]
Bell-Tilcock, M., Jeffres C. A., Rypel A. L., Willmes M., Armstrong R. A., Holden P., et al. (2021).  Biogeochemical processes create distinct isotopic fingerprints to track floodplain rearing of juvenile salmon. Plos one. 16, e0257444.
Stein, E. D., Zimmerman J., Yarnell S. M., Stanford B., Lane B. A., Taniguchi-Quan K. T., et al. (2021).  The California Environmental Flows Framework: Meeting the Challenges of Developing a Large-Scale Environmental Flows Program. Frontiers in Environmental Sciences. 9, PDF icon Stein et al-CEFF Development _Frontiers 2021 PUBLISHED.pdf (1.17 MB)
Willis, A. D., Peek R. A., & Rypel A. L. (2021).  Classifying California’s stream thermal regimes for cold-water conservation. PloS one. 16, e0256286.
Colombano, D., Handley T. B., O'Rear T., Durand J. R., & Moyle P. B. (2021).  Complex tidal marsh dynamics structure fish foraging patterns in the San Francisco Estuary. Estuaries and Coasts.
Tassone, S. J., Besterman A. F., Buelo C. D., Walter J. A., & Pace M. L. (2021).  Co-occurrence of Aquatic Heatwaves with Atmospheric Heatwaves, Low Dissolved Oxygen, and Low pH Events in Estuarine Ecosystems. Estuaries and Coasts. 1–14.
Peek, R. A., O'Rourke S. M., & Miller M. R. (2021).  Flow modification associated with reduced genetic health of a river‐breeding frog, Rana boylii. Ecosphere. 12(5), 
Rypel, A. L., Vaughn C. C., Nesper L., O’Reilly K., Parisek C. A., Miller M. L., et al. (2021).  Goodbye to “Rough Fish”: Paradigm Shift in the Conservation of Native Fishes. (Saffarinia, P., Ed.).Fisheries.
Colborne, S. F., Sheppard L. W., O’Donnell D. R., Reuman D. C., Walter J. A., Singer G. P., et al. (2021).  Intraspecific variation in migration timing of green sturgeon in the Sacramento River system. bioRxiv.
Fangue, N. A., Cocherell D. E., Maudult F., Poletto J. B., Carr K., O'Rear T., et al. (2021).  Juvenile Chinook salmon use of sandbar willows in a large-scale, simulated riparian floodplain: microhabitat and energetics. Environmental Biology of Fishes.
Leidy, R. A., & Moyle P. B. (2021).  Keeping up with the status of freshwater fishes: A California (USA) perspective. Conservation Science and Practice. e474.
Moyle, P. B. (2021).  Living with aliens: nonnative fishes in the American Southwest. Standing Between Life and Extinction: Ethics and Ecology of Conserving Aquatic Species in North American Deserts.. 69-77.PDF icon Living with Aliens_Standing Between Life and Extinction.pdf (712.06 KB)
Aha, N. M., Moyle P. B., Fangue N. A., Rypel A. L., & Durand J. R. (2021).  Managed Wetlands Can Benefit Juvenile Chinook Salmon in a Tidal Marsh. Estuaries and Coasts. 1–14.
Bellido-Leiva, FJ., Lusardi R. A., & Lund J. R. (2021).  Modeling the effect of habitat availability and quality on endangered winter-run Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) production in the Sacramento Valley. Ecological Modelling. 447, 109511.
Wilkinson, G. M., Walter J. A., Buelo C. D., & Pace M. L. (2021).  No evidence of widespread algal bloom intensification in hundreds of lakes. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
Walter, J. A., Shoemaker L. G., Lany N. K., Castorani M. C. N., Fey S. B., Dudney J. C., et al. (2021).  The spatial synchrony of species richness and its relationship to ecosystem stability. Ecology. 102, e03486.
Walter, J. A., Fleck R., Kastens J. H., Pace M. L., & Wilkinson G. M. (2021).  Temporal coherence between lake and landscape primary productivity. Ecosystems. 24, 502–515.
Williamson, B. O., O'Rear T., Riley M. K., Moyle P. B., & Durand J. R. (2021).  Tidal restoration of a managed wetland in California favors non-native fishes. Restoration Ecology.
Hitchings, R., Durand J. R., Moyle P. B., & O'Rear T. (2021).  Tracing the Disappearance of a Sacramento Perch Population in California’s Central Valley. John Muir Institute of the Environment. 25.PDF icon Ryan Hitchings Senior Thesis Complete.pdf (1.71 MB)
O'Rear, T., Montgomery J., Moyle P. B., & Durand J. R. (2021).  Trends in fish and invertebrate populations of Suisun Marsh January 2020 - December 2020. PDF icon Suisun Marsh Fish Report 2020 Final.pdf (4.16 MB)
Corline, N. J., Peek R. A., Montgomery J., Katz J. V. E., & Jeffres C. A. (2021).  Understanding community assembly rules in managed floodplain food webs. Ecosphere. 12(2), e03330.
Obester, A., Lusardi R. A., Santos N. R., Peek R. A., & Yarnell S. M. (2021).  The use of umbrella fish species to provide a more comprehensive approach for freshwater conservation management. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 1-17.PDF icon Obester et al 2021.pdf (1.67 MB)
Wilkinson, G. M., Walter J. A., Fleck R., & Pace M. L. (2020).  Beyond the trends: the need to understand multiannual dynamics in aquatic ecosystems. Limnology and Oceanography Letters. 5,
Stompe, D.K., Moyle P. B., Kruger A., & Durand R. (2020).  Comparing and Integrating Fish Surveys in the San Francisco Estuary: Why Diverse Long-Term Monitoring Programs are Important. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 18(2), 
Jeffres, C., Holmes E., Sommer T., & Katz J. V. E. (2020).  Detrital food web contributes to aquatic ecosystem productivity and rapid salmon growth in a managed floodplain. PLoS. 15(9), PDF icon Jeffres et al. 2020.pdf (2.26 MB)
Durand, J. R., Bombardelli F., Fleenor W. E., Henneberry Y., Herman J., Jeffres C. A., et al. (2020).  Drought and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, 2012–2016: Environmental Review and Lessons. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science.
Nakamoto, B. J., Fogel M. L., Jeffres C. A., & Viers J. H. (2020).  Dynamic river processes drive variability in particulate organic matter over fine spatiotemporal scales. Freshwater Biology. 65(9), 1569-1584.PDF icon fwb.13522.pdf (1.3 MB)
Colombano, D., Manfree A. D., O'Rear T., Durand J. R., & Moyle P. B. (2020).  Estuarine-terrestrial habitat gradients enhance nursery function for resident and transient fishes in the San Francisco Estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 637,
Young, M., Howe E., O'Rear T., Berridge K., & Moyle P. B. (2020).  Food Web Fuel Differs Across Habitats and Seasons of a Tidal Freshwater Estuary. Estuaries and Coasts. 188,
Yarnell, S. M., Stein E. D., Webb J.A., Grantham T. E., Lusardi R. A., Zimmerman J., et al. (2020).  A functional flows approach to selecting ecologically relevant flow metrics for environmental flow applications. River Research and Applications. 36(2), 318–324.PDF icon Yarnell et al. 2020 RRA (759.84 KB)
Willmes, M., Jacinto E. E., Lewis L. S., Fichman R. A., Bess Z., Singer G., et al. (2020).  Geochemical tools identify the origins of Chinook Salmon returning to a restored creek. Fisheries.
Bork, K., & Rypel A. L. (2020).  Improving Infrastructure for Wildlife. Natural Resources & Environment. 34, 38–42.
Durand, J. R., Jasper C., Williamson B., Kruger A., O'Rear T., & Holleman R. (2020).  North Delta Arc Study 2019 annual report: Cache and Lindsey Slough water quality, productivity, and fisheries. PDF icon 2019 North Delta Arc Annual Report Final.pdf (5.72 MB)
Stompe, D.K., Roberts J.D., Estrada C.A., Keller D.M., Balfour N.M., & Banet A.I. (2020).  Sacramento River Predator Diet Analysis: A Comparative Study. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 18(1), 
Walter, J. A., Fleck R., Pace M. L., & Wilkinson G. M. (2020).  Scaling relationships between lake surface area and catchment area. Aquatic Sciences. 82, 1–8.
Bork, K., Moyle P. B., Durand J., Hung T-C., & Rypel A. L. (2020).  Small Populations in Jeopardy: A Delta Smelt Case Study. Envtl. L. Rep.. 10714.
Tomkovic, L. A., Gross E. S., Nakamoto B. J., Fogel M. L., & Jeffres C. A. (2020).  Source Water Apportionment of a River Network: Comparing Field Isotopes to Hydrodynamically Modeled Tracers. Water. 12(4), 1128.PDF icon water-12-01128.pdf (4.43 MB)
O'Rear, T., Moyle P. B., & Durand J. R. (2020).  Suisun Marsh Fish Study: trends in fish and invertebrate populations of Suisun Marsh January 2018 - December 2018. PDF icon Suisun Marsh Fish Report 2018 Final.pdf (3.16 MB)
Colombano, D., Donovan J. M., Ayers D. E., O'Rear T., & Moyle P. B. (2020).  Tidal effects on marsh habitat use by three fishes in the San Francisco Estuary. Environmental Biology of Fishes.
O'Rear, T., Moyle P. B., Newell C., & Durand J. R. (2020).  Trends in Fish and Invertebrate Populations of Suisun Marsh January 2019 - December 2019. PDF icon Suisun Marsh Fish Report 2019 Final.pdf (3.67 MB)
Willis, A. D., & Holmes E. (2019).  Eye in the Sky: Using UAV Imagery of Seasonal Riverine Canopy Growth to Model Water Temperature. Hydrology. 6(1), 
Peek, R. A., Bedwell M., O'Rourke S. M., Goldberg C., Wengert G. M., & Miller M. R. (2019).  Hybridization between two parapatric ranid frog species in the northern Sierra Nevada, California, USA. Molecular ecology. 28, 4636–4647.
Yarnell, S. M., Peek R. A., Keung N., Todd B. D., Lawler S., & Brown C. (2019).  A lentic breeder in lotic waters: Sierra Nevada Yellow-Legged Frog (Rana sierrae) habitat suitability in northern Sierra Nevada streams. Copeia.
Lukk, A., Vasquez-Housely P., Lusardi R., & Willis A. D. (2019).  Little Shasta River 2017-2019: Pre-Project Assessment of the Proposition 1 Ecosystem Restoration Grant Activities. PDF icon LS_Pre-ProjectReport2019.pdf (3.97 MB)
Walden, G. K., Darin G. M. S., Grewell B., Kratville D., Mauldin J., O'Brien J., et al. (2019).  Noteworthy collections, California (Alternanthera philoxeroides). Madrono. 66(1), 
Jeffres, C. A., & Adams C. (2019).  Novel life history tactic observed in fall-run Chinook Salmon. Ecology. 100(10), 
Pinter, N., Brasington J., Gurnell A., Kondolf G. Matthias, Tockner K., Wharton G., et al. (2019).  River research and applications across borders. River Research and Applications. early view online,
Feyrer, F., Whitman G., Young M., & Johnson RC. (2019).  Strontium isotopes reveal ephemeral streams used for spawning and rearing by an imperilled potamodromous cyprinid Clear Lake hitch Lavinia exilicauda chi. Marine and Freshwater Research.,
O'Rear, T., Moyle P. B., & Durand J. R. (2019).  Suisun Marsh Fish Study: trends in fish and invertebrate populations of Suisun Marsh January 2017 - December 2017. PDF icon Suisun Marsh Fish Report 2017 Final - No Appendix (low res).pdf (2 MB)PDF icon Suisun Marsh Fish Report 2017 Final - Appendix (low res).pdf (398.3 KB)
Munsch, S. H., Greene C. M., Johnson R. C., Satterthwaite W. H., Imaki H., & Brandes P. L. (2019).  Warm, dry winters truncate timing and size distribution of seaward‐migrating salmon across a large, regulated watershed. Ecological Application.,