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Physical controls on the distribution of the submersed aquatic weed Egeria densa in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and implcations for habitat.. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 14(1),(2016).
Panel Drought Impacts Water Supply. American Geophysical Union Chapman Conference.(2015).
Patterns of Freshwater Species Richness, Endemism, and Vulnerability in California. PLoS ONE. 10(7),(2015).
Physiological influences can outweigh environmental signals in otolith microchemistry research. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 500,(2014).
Potential factors affecting survival differ by run-timing and location: linear mixed-effects models of Pacific salmonids (Oncorhynchus spp.) in the Klamath River, California.(2014).
Potential Factors Affecting Survival Differ by Run-Timing and Location: Linear Mixed-Effects Models of Pacific Salmonids (Oncorhynchus spp.) in the Klamath River, California. PLOS One. 9(5),(2014).
A programmable information system for management and analysis of aquatic species range data in California. Environmental Modelling & Software. 53, 13 - 26.(2014).
Pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) in the Salinas River, California: a new record and historical perspectives. California Fish and Game. 99(1), 55-59.(2013).
Predicting farmer responses to water pricing, rationing and subsidies assuming profit maximizing investment in irrigation technology. Agricultural Water Management. 108,(2012).
Projected Effects of Future Climates on Freshwater Fishes of California. Our Changing Climate.(2012).
Policy Implications of Permanently Flooded Islands in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 9(2),(2011).
Planning Combined Municipal Use of Groundwater and Surface Water: Technical and General Results from a Case Study.(2009).
Projecting Cumulative Benefits of Multiple River Restoration Projects: An Example from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River System in California. Environmental Management. 42(6), 933-945.(2008).
Protecting migration routes. Issues in Science and Technology. 24 (summer)(4),(2008).
Patterns In The Use Of A Restored California Floodplain By Native And Alien Fishes. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 5(3),(2007).
Predicting Invasion Success: Freshwater Fishes in California as a Model. BioScience. 56(6), 515-524.(2006).
Potential aquatic diversity management areas. Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final report to Congress Vol. II, assessments, commissioned reports, and background information. 2, 1493-1503.(1996).
Potential aquatic diversity management areas in the Sierra Nevada. Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final report to Congress , Vol. III, assessments, commissioned reports, and background information. 3, 409-478.(1996).
Protection of Aquatic Biodiversity in California: A Five-tiered Approach. Fisheries. 19(2), 6-18.(1994).
Patterns in distribution and abundance of a noncoevolved assemblage of estuarine fishes in California. Fishery Bulletin. 84, 105-117.(1986).
Persistence and Structure of the Fish Assemblage in a Small California Stream. Ecology. 66(1), 1-13.(1985).
Populations of peritrichs on the pond snail, Physa gyrina Say. Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science . 31, 125-130.(1964).