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Gailey, R. (1999).  Application of Mixed-Integer Linear Programming Techniques for Water Supply Well Fixed Management and Plume Containment at a California EPA site. .
Gailey, R., Fogg G., Harter T., Lund J. R., Dahlke H., Frank R. M., et al. (2015).  Keeping Accounts for Groundwater Sustainability.
Gailey, R. (2015).  Water Supply Well Screen Profiling and Modification for Nitrate Concentration Reduction.
Gailey, R. (1992).  Design of optimal, reliable groundwater capture schemes. .
Gailey, R. (2013).  Vertical Conduit Evaluation and Management.
Gailey, R. (2009).  Planning Combined Municipal Use of Groundwater and Surface Water: Technical and General Results from a Case Study.
Gailey, R. (1997).  Quantifying Rate-Limited Mass Transfer Effects in the Field: Challenges Faced by Environmental Science Practitioners.
Gailey, R., & Eisen M. (1997).  An Optimization-Based Evaluation for Groundwater Plume Containment and Water Supply Management at a California EPA Site. Proceedings of XXVIIth IAHR Congress, Water for a Changing Global Community, Theme C: Groundwater An Endangered Resource..
Gailey, R. (2015).  Groundwater Monitoring Plans Under SB 4..
Gailey, R., & Esser B. (2011).  Identifying the Sources of Nitrate to a Deep Municipal Water Supply Well Using Stable Isotopes of Nitrate, Groundwater Age Dating and Depth-Specific Sampling.
Gailey, R. (2000).  Application of Mixed-Integer Linear Programming Techniques for Water Supply Wellfield Management and Plume Containment at a California EPA site.
Gailey, R. (1992).  Design of optimal, reliable groundwater capture schemes. .
Gailey, R., & Jones D.E. (1987).  The Use of Sediment Permeability Variations in the Performance of Petroleum Recovery from Glacial Sediments. Proc. of the Focus on Eastern Regional Groundwater Issues.
Gailey, R. (2014).  Preparing Groundwater Monitoring Plans Under SB4.
Gailey, R. (2009).  Considering the Consumption of Energy and Other Resources during Pumping at the Well and Wellfield Scales.
Gailey, R. (1998).  Water Disposal Concerns with a Well Rehabilitation Project.
Gailey, R. (1999).  Application of Mixed-Integer Linear Programming Techniques for Water Supply Wellfield Management and Plume Containment at a California EPA site. Proceedings of the 26th Annual Conference on Water Resources Planning and Management.
Gailey, R. (2015).  Comments on Groundwater Quality Monitoring.
Gailey, R. (2011).  Factors Affecting Nitrate Concentrations in Water Supply Wells.
R. Geary, E., & Moyle P. B. (1980).  Aspects of the Ecology of the Hitch, Lavinia exilicauda (Cyprinidae), a Persistent Native Cyprinid in Clear Lake, California. The Southwestern Naturalist. 25(3), 385-390.
Godbout, L., Wood CC., Withler RE., Latham S., Nelson RJ., Wetzel L., et al. (2011).  Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) return after an absence of nearly 90 years: a case of reversion to anadromy. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 68,
Gonzalez-Diaz, A. A., Quiñones R. M., Velazquez-Martinez J., & Rodiles-Hernandez R. (2008).  Fishes of the La Venta River in Chiapas, Mexico. PDF icon Fishes of the La Venta River, Chiapas, Mexico (25.27 KB)
Goodwin, P., Enright C., Medellín-Azuara J., Lund J. R., & Bray B. (2016).  A Workshop on Community Integrated Environmental Models May 21-23, 2015 Davis, California Project Outcomes Report. PDF icon Outcomes Report from the Integrated Environmental Modeling Workshop (129 KB)
Grantham, T. E., Merenlender A. M., & Resh V. H. (2010).  Climatic influences and anthropogenic stressors: an integrated framework for streamflow management in Mediterranean-climate California, U.S.A.. Freshwater Biology. 55(Suppl. 1), 188-204.
Grantham, T. E., Viers J. H., & Moyle P. B. (2014).  Systematic Screening of Dams for Environmental Flow Assessment and Implementation. BioScience. 64(10), 1-13.PDF icon Journal article (3.13 MB)PDF icon Appendix 1: Hydo model performance (108.16 KB)PDF icon Appendix 2: Flow-sensitive fishes (84.55 KB)PDF icon Appendix 3: Candidate dams (134.83 KB)PDF icon Appendix 4: Dam ranking (105 KB)
Grantham, T. E. (2011).  Use of hydraulic modelling to assess passage flow connectivity for salmon in streams. River Research and Applications.
Grantham, T. E., Mezzatesta M., Newburn D. A., & Merenlender A. M. (2013).  Evaluating tradeoffs between environmental flows and agricultural water security. River Research and Applications. Early View,
Grantham, T. E., Viers J. H., & Moyle P. B. (2014).  Systematic screening of dams for environmental flow assessment and implementation. BioScience. 65(6), 1006-1018.
Grantham, T. E., Figueroa R., & Prat N. (2012).  Water management in mediterranean river basins: a comparison of management frameworks, physical impacts, and ecological responses. Hydrobiologia. Online First,
Grantham, T. E., Perrée I., Cañedo-Argüelles M., Rieradevall M., & Prat N. (2012).  A mesocosm approach for detecting stream invertebrate community responses to treated wastewater effluent. Environmental Pollution. 160, 95-102.
Grantham, T. E., Fesenmyer K., Peek R. A., Holmes E., Quiñones R. M., Bell A., et al. (2016).  Missing the Boat on Freshwater Fish Conservation in California. PDF icon Missing the Boat on Freshwater Fish Conservation in California (1.35 MB)
Grantham, T. E., & Viers J. H. (2014).  Major River Allocations. PDF icon Major CA river water rights allocations (86.32 KB)
Grantham, T. E., Christian-Smith J., Kondolf G. Matthias, & Scheuer S. (2008).  A fresh perspective for managing water in California: insights from applying the European Water Framework Directive to the Russian River. Water Resources Center Contribution. 1-101.
Grantham, T. E., & Moyle P. B. (2014).  Assessing flows for fish below dams: A systematic approach to evaluate compliance with California Fish and Game Code 5937. Center for Watershed Sciences Technical Reports. 1-136.PDF icon Download complete report (5.64 MB)
Grantham, T. E., Newburn D. A., McCarthy M. A., & Merenlender A. M. (2012).  The role of stream flow and land use in limiting over-summer survival of juvenile steelhead trout in California streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 141(3), 585-598.
Grantham, T. E., & Viers J. H. (2014).  100 years of California’s water rights system: patterns, trends and uncertainty. Environmental Research Letters. 9, 10pp.PDF icon WaterRights_UCDavis_study.pdf (1.34 MB)
Grimaldo, L. F., Sommer T., Van Ark N., Jones G., Holland E., Moyle P. B., et al. (2009).  Factors Affecting Fish Entrainment into Massive Water Diversions in a Tidal Freshwater Estuary: Can Fish Losses be Managed?. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 29(5), 1253-1270.
Grossman, G. D., Moyle P. B., & Whitaker, Jr. J. O. (1982).  Stochasticity in Structural and Functional Characteristics of an Indiana Stream Fish Assemblage: A Test of Community Theory. The American Naturalist. 120(4), 423-454.
Grossman, G. D., Coffin R., & Moyle P. B. (1980).  Feeding ecology of the Bay Goby (Pisces: Gobiidae). Effects of behavioral, ontogenetic, and temporal variation on diet. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 44(1), 47 - 59.
Grossman, G. D., Freeman M. C., Moyle P. B., & Whitaker, Jr. J. O. (1985).  Stochasticity and Assemblage Organization in an Indiana Stream Fish Assemblage. The American Naturalist. 126(2), 275-285.
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Hamilton, J., Rondorf D., Hamptonn M., Quiñones R. M., Simondet J., & Smith T. (2011).  Synthesis of the effects to fish species of two management scenarios for the Secretarial Determination on removal of the lower four dams on the Klamath River. PDF icon Hamilton et al 2011.pdf (1.05 MB)
Hammersmark, C. T., Rains M. C., & Mount JF. (2008).  Quantifying the hydrological effects of stream restoration in a montane meadow, northern California, USA. River Research and Applications. 24, 735–753.
Hammersmark, C. T., Rains M. C., Wickland A. C., & Mount JF. (2009).  Vegetation and water-table relationships in a hydrologically restored riparian meadow. Wetlands. 29, 785–797.
Hammersmark, C. T. (2008).  Assessing the Hydroecological Effects of Stream Restoration. Hydrologic Sciences. Doctor of Philosophy ,
Hammersmark, C. T., Dobrowski S. Z., Rains M. C., & Mount JF. (2010).  Simulated Effects of Stream Restoration on the Distribution of Wet-Meadow Vegetation. Restoration Ecology. 18, 882–893.
Hanak, E., Mount JF., Chappelle C., Frank R. M., Lund J. R., Moyle P. B., et al. (2015).  Ten ways U.S. agencies and Congress can help ease the drought in California and other western states. California WaterBlog. PDF icon FedDrought.pdf (303.06 KB)
Hanak, E., & Medellín-Azuara J. (2012).  Transitions for the California Delta Economy. An Assessment of Planning Priorities. Sacramento Economics Roundtable.
Hanak, E., Lund J. R., Dinar A., Gray B. E., Howitt R., Mount JF., et al. (2011).  Managing California’s Water: From Conflict to Reconciliation.
Hanak, E., Gray B. E., Lund J. R., Mitchel D., Phillips-Chappelle C., Fahlund A., et al. (2014).  Paying for Water in California. 81.PDF icon Paying for Water in California (1.14 MB)
Hanak, E., Lund J. R., Dinar A., Gray B. E., Howitt R., Mount JF., et al. (2010).  Myths of California water: implications and reality. West Northwest. 3-73.