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Managed Wetlands Can Benefit Juvenile Chinook Salmon in a Tidal Marsh. Estuaries and Coasts. 1–14.(2021).
Managing flow regimes and landscapes together: Hydrospatial analysis for evaluating spatiotemporal floodplain inundation patterns with restoration and climate change implications. Hydrologic Sciences. Doctor of Philosophy, 255.(2018).
Managing California's Freshwater Ecosystems: Lessons from the 2012-16 Drought.. Public Policy Institute of California.(2017).
Management of the Spring Snowmelt Recession in Regulated Systems. JAWRA Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 52, 723-736.(2016).
Managing water resources for drought: Insights for California. European Geosciences Union.(2016).
Modeling residual flood risk behind levees, Upper Mississippi River, USA. Environmental Science & Policy. 58(131-140),(2016).
Metapopulation structure of a semi-anadromous fish in a dynamic environment. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 72(5),(2015).
Maximizing the ecological contribution of conservation banks. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 38(2), 377–385.(2014).
Meeting Nature Halfway on a Floodplain: The Yolo Bypass as a Reconciled Ecosystem. Meting Nature Halfway on a Floodway: Yolo Bypass as a Reconciled Ecosystem.(2014).
A Method to Consider Whether Dams Mitigate Climate Change Effects on Stream Temperatures. Journal of the American Water Resources Association.(2013).
Modeling Economic-Engineering Responses to Drought: The California Case. (Schwabe, K., Albiac J., Connor J. D., Hassan R. M., & González L. Meza, Ed.).Drought in Arid and Semi-Arid Regions. 341-356.(2013).
Molecular evidence for multiple paternity in a population of the viviparous tule perch, Hysterocarpus traski. Journal of Heredity. 104(2),(2013).
Montane Meadows in the Sierra Nevada: Changing Hydroclimatic Conditions and Concepts for Vulnerability Assessment. Center for Watershed Sciences Technical Report. 63.(2013).
Managed metapopulations: Do salmon hatchery ‘sources’ lead to in-river ‘sinks’ in conservation?. PLos ONE. 7(2),(2012).
Managing California’s Water: Insights from Interviews with Water Policy Experts. (Bartolomeo, E., Lund J. R., & Hanak E., Ed.).San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 10(4),(2012).
A mesocosm approach for detecting stream invertebrate community responses to treated wastewater effluent. Environmental Pollution. 160, 95-102.(2012).
Molecular Evidence for Multiple Paternity in a Population of the Viviparous Tule Perch Hysterocarpus traski. Journal of Heredity. 104(2), 217-222.(2012).
Montane meadows in the Sierra Nevada: comparing terrestrial and aquatic assessment methods. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment. 184(11), 6967-6986.(2012).
Meadow Restoration to Sustain Stream Flows and Native Trout: A novel approach to quantifying the effects of meadow restorations to native trout.(2011).
A Monte-Carlo game theoretic approach for Multi-Criteria Decision Making under uncertainty. Advances in Water Resources. 34, 607 - 616.(2011).
Multiscale Patterns of Riparian Plant Diversity and Implications for Restoration. Restoration Ecology. 19,(2011).
Montane Meadows in the Sierra Nevada: A Comparison of Terrestrial and Aquatic Assessment Methods. Ecology. Master of Science, 45.(2010).
Myths of California water: implications and reality. West Northwest. 3-73.(2010).
Modeling the Hydrology of Climate Change in California's Sierra Nevada for Subwatershed Scale Adaptation. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 45(6),(2009).
Modeling Economic Costs to agriculture of Changes in the Delta Export Salinity. California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum.(2008).
Making a precarious perch more secure: Central Valley farm ponds for native fish conservation. Sustainable Agriculture . 18(3),(2006).
Managing Fire-Prone Forests in the Western United States. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 4(9), pp. 481-487.(2006).
Movement of Sacramento sucker, Catostomus occidentalis, and hitch, Lavinia exilicauda, during a spring release of water from Camanche Dam in the Mokelumne River, California. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 75, 365–373.(2006).
Managing Surface Water-Groundwater to Restore Fall Flows in the Cosumnes River. ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 130(4),(2004).
Management of riparian areas in the Sierra Nevada. Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final Report to Congress Vol. III, assessments, commissioned reports, and background information. 3, 1-37.(1996).
A Method for Estimating Field-Scale Mass Transfer Rate Parameters and Assessing Aquifer Cleanup Times. Ground Water. 33(6), 997–1009.(1995).
Marine and freshwater fishery resources. (Miller, G. T., Ed.).Resource Conservation and Management. 303-339.(1990).
Methods for fish biology. 684.(1990).
Microhabitat Use by an Assemblage of California Stream Fishes: Developing Criteria for Instream Flow Determinations. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 114(5), 695-704.(1985).
Morphometric Analysis of Tule Perch (Hysterocarpus traski) Populations in Three Isolated Drainages. Copeia. 1981(2), 305-311.(1981).
More on Nile perch. SFI Bulletin . 281, 7.(1977).
A multidisciplinary approach to vector ecology at Clear Lake, California. Bulletin of the Society of Vector Ecologists . 2, 21-31.(1975).