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Journal Article
Brown, L. R., & Moyle P. B. (1993).  Distribution, ecology, and status of the fishes of the San Joaquin River drainage, California. California Fish and Game. 79(3), 96–114.
Kershner, JL., Snider WM., Turner DM., & Moyle P. B. (1992).  Distribution and sequencing of mesohabitats: are there differences at the reach scale?. Rivers. 3, 179–190.
Moyle, P. B., & Bacon J. (1969).  Distribution and abundance of molluscs in a freshwater environment. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science. 35, 82–85.
O’Rear, T., & Moyle P. B. (2015).  Diets of two alien predators - adult striped bass and white catfish - in Suisun Marsh. PDF icon ORear CA NV AFS Presentation Striped Bass White Catfish Diets2015.pdf (2.89 MB)
Feyrer, F., Herbold B., Matern S. A., & Moyle P. B. (2003).  Dietary shifts in a stressed fish assemblage: Consequences of a bivalve invasion in the San Francisco Estuary. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 67(3), 277-288.
Aparicio, E., Carmona-Catot G., Moyle P. B., & García-Berthou E. (2011).  Development and evaluation of a fish-based index to assess biological integrity of Mediterranean streams. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. 21(4), 324–337.
Moyle, P. B. (1982).  Desert fishes. Review of R. J. Naiman and D. L. Soltz (Editors), Fishes in North American Deserts. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 7, 395-397.
Moyle, P. B., Brown L. R., Durand J. R., & Hobbs J. A. (2016).  Delta Smelt: Life History and Decline of a Once Abundant Species in the San Francisco Estuary. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science.
Moyle, P. B., Hobbs J., & Durand J. R. (2018).  Delta Smelt and the Politics of Water in California. Fisheries. 43,
Moyle, P. B., & Nichols R. D. (1974).  Decline of the Native Fish Fauna of the Sierra Nevada Foothills, Central California. American Midland Naturalist. 92(1), 72-83.
Moyle, P. B. (1994).  The Decline of Anadromous Fishes in California. Conservation Biology. 8(3), 869-870.
Quiñones, R. M., Grantham T. E., Harvey B. N., Kiernan J. D., Klasson M., Wintzer A. P., et al. (2014).  Dam removal and anadromous salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) conservation in California. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. PDF icon Dam removal and anadromous salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) conservation in California (655.17 KB)
Quiñones, R. M., Grantham T. E., Harvey B. N., Kiernan J. D., Klasson M., Wintzer A. P., et al. (2014).  Dam removal and anadromous salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) conservation in California. PDF icon Quinones et al 2014 dam removal.pdf (639.53 KB)
Quiñones, R. M., Grantham T. E., Harvey B. N., Kiernan J. D., Klasson M., Wintzer A. P., et al. (2015).  Dam removal and anadromous salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) conservation in California. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 25(1), 195-215.
Book Chapter
Moyle, P. B., & Sato G. M. (1991).  On the design of preserves to protect native fishes.. (Minckley, W. L., & Deacon J. E., Ed.).Battle against extinction: native fish management in the American West. 155-169.