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Book Chapter
Moyle, P. B., & Herbold B. (1987).  Life-history patterns and community structure in stream fishes of western North America: Comparisons with eastern North America and Europe. (Matthew, W. J., & Heins D. C., Ed.).Community and Evolutionary Ecology of North American Stream Fishes. 25-32.
Moyle, P. B., & Leidy R. A. (1992).  Loss of Biodiversity in Aquatic Ecosystems: Evidence from Fish Faunas. (Fiedler, P. L., & Jain S. K., Ed.).Conservation Biology: The Theory and Practice of Nature Conservation, Preservation, and Management. 128-169.
Conference Paper
Medellín-Azuara, J. (2016).  Lessons from Recent California Droughts. California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum.
Journal Article
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.
Suddeth, R., Mount JF., & Lund J. R. (2010).  Levee Decisions and Sustainability for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 8(2), 
Heublein, J., Bellmer R., Chase RD., Doukakis P., Gingras M., Hampton D., et al. (2017).  Life history and current monitoring inventory of San Francisco Estuary sturgeon. NOAA Technical Memorandum . NMFS-SWFSC-589, PDF icon NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-589.pdf (420.07 KB)
Wintzer, A. P., Meek M. H., & Moyle P. B. (2011).  Life history and population dynamics of Moerisia sp., a non-native hydrozoan, in the upper San Francisco Estuary (U.S.A.). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 94(1), 48 - 55.
Moyle, P. B., Herbold B., Stevens D. E., & Miller L. W. (1992).  Life History and Status of Delta Smelt in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary, California. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 121(1), 67-77.
Baltz, D. M., & Moyle P. B. (1982).  Life history characteristics of tule perch (Hysterocarpus traski) populations in contrasting environments. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 7(3), 229-242.
Hodge, B. W., Wilzbach M. A., Duffy W. G., Quiñones R. M., & Hobbs J. A. (2016).  Life History Diversity in Klamath River Steelhead. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 145(2), PDF icon Life History Diversity in Klamath River Steelhead.pdf (635.21 KB)
Daniels, R. A., & Moyle P. B. (1983).  Life history of splittail (Cyprinidae: Pogonichthys macrolepidotus) in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary. Fishery bulletin United States. 81, 647-654.
Ribeiro, F., Elvira B., Collares-Pereira M. João, & Moyle P. B. (2008).  Life-history traits of non-native fishes in Iberian watersheds across several invasion stages: a first approach. Biological Invasions. 10(1), 89-102.
Moyle, P. B., & Davis L. H. (2001).  A list of freshwater, anadromous, and euryhaline fishes of California. California Fish and Game. 86(4), 244–258.
Darnaude, AM., Sturrock A.M., Trueman CN., Mouillot D., EIMF, Campana SE., et al. (2014).  Listening in on the past: What can otolith δ18O values really tell us about the environmental history of fishes?. PLoS ONE. 9(10), PDF icon Darnaude Sturrock et al 2014 PlosOne - Listening in on the past.pdf (1.27 MB)
Moyle, P. B. (1991).  Livebearing fish in evolutionary research. Review of G. K. Meffe and F. F. Snelson (Editors), Ecology and Evolution of Livebearing Fishes (Poeciliidae). Prentice Hall, Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Evolution. 45, 453pp.
O'Rear, T., & Moyle P. B. (2010).  Long term and recent trends in fishes and invertebrates in Suisun Marsh. Interagency Ecological Program Newsletter. 23(2), 
Carmona-Catot, G., Moyle P. B., & Simmons R. E. (2012).  Long-term captive breeding does not necessarily prevent reestablishment: lessons learned from Eagle Lake rainbow trout. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 22(1), 325-342.
Baumsteiger, J., Schroeter R., O'Rear T., Cook J., & Moyle P. B. (2017).  Long-term surveys show invasive overbite clams (Potamocorbula amurensis) are spatially limited in Suisun Marsh. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 15(1), 
Herbst, D. B., Bogan M. T., & Lusardi R. A. (2008).  Low specific conductivity limits growth and survival of the New Zealand mud snail from the Upper Owens River, California. Western North American Naturalist. 68(3),  324-333.