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Moyle, P. B., Israel J. A., & Purdy S. (2008).  Salmon, Steelhead and Trout in California: Status of an Emblematic Fauna.
Moyle, P. B., Israel JA., & Purdy SE. (2008).  Salmon, steelhead, and trout in California: status of an emblematic fauna. 316.
Merz, J. E., & Moyle P. B. (2006).  Salmon, Wildlife, and Wine: Marine-Derived Nutrients in Human-Dominated Ecosystems of Central California. Ecological Applications. 16(3), 999-1009.
Durand, J. R., & Moyle P. B. (2015).  San Francisco Estuary: Time for a Reconciliation Approach to Species Conservation.
Moyle, P. B. (1993).  Saving California's salmon: The legacy of Ishi. Trout. Summer, 14-17.
Johnson, RC., Windell S., Brandes P., Conrad JL., Ferguson J., Goertler PAL., et al. (2017).  Science advancements key to increasing management value of life stage monitoring networks for endangered Sacramento River Winter run Chinook salmon in California. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 13(3), PDF icon Johnson_2017_SFEWS.pdf (3.55 MB)
Windell, S., Brandes PL., Conrad JL., Ferguson JW., Goertler PAL., Harvey BN., et al. (2017).  Scientific framework for assessing factors influencing endangered Sacramento River winter-run Chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) across the life cycle. NOAA Technical Memorandum . NMFS-SWFSC-586, PDF icon NOAA-TM-NMFS-SWFSC-586_Final.pdf (1.62 MB)
Hanak, E., Phillips C., Lund J. R., Durand J. R., Mount JF., & Moyle P. B. (2013).  Scientist and Stakeholder Views on the Delta Ecosystem. 106.
Willis, A., Nichols A. L., Holmes E., Jeffres C., Fowler A. C., Babcock C. A., et al. (2017).  Seasonal aquatic macrophytes reduce water temperatures via a riverine canopy in a spring-fed stream. Freshwater Science. PDF icon Willis et al. 2017 Riverine canopy.pdf (1.16 MB)
Baltz, D. M., Vondracek B., Brown L. R., & Moyle P. B. (1991).  Seasonal Changes in Microhabitat Selection by Rainbow Trout in a Small Stream. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 120(2), 166-176.
Nichols, A. L., Lusardi R. A., & Willis A. D. (In Press).  Seasonal macrophyte growth constrains extent, but improves quality, of cold-water habitat in a spring-fed river. PDF icon Nichols_et_al-2020-Hydrological_Processes.pdf (2.24 MB)
Baltz, D. M., & Moyle P. B. (1984).  Segregation by species and size classes of rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri, and Sacramento sucker, Catostomus occidentalis, in three California streams. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 10(1-2), 101-110.
Medellín-Azuara, J., Connell C., Lund J. R., & Howitt R. (2008).  Sensitivity analysis of key components in large-scale hydroeconomic models. Fall Conference American Geophysical Union.
Moyle, P. B. (2008).  Serpentine haiku. California Coast and Ocean. 24(2), 40.
[Anonymous] (2007).  Sierra Meadows: Historical Impact, Current Status and Trends, and Data Gaps.
Fleenor, W. E., & Bombardelli F. (2013).  Simplified 1-D Hydrodynamic and Salinity Transport Modeling of the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta: Sea Level Rise and Water Diversion Effects. San Francisco Estuary & Watershed Science. 11(4), 1-22.PDF icon eScholarship UC item 3km0d0kt.pdf (5.27 MB)
Rains, M. C., Mount JF., & Larsen E. W. (2004).  Simulated changes in shallow groundwater and vegetation distributions under different reservoir operations scenarios.. Ecological Applications. 14, 192-207.
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.
Gailey, R., & Su G. (2010).  Simulating Flow and Transport Uncertainty Associated with Water Supply Well Modification Based upon Well Profiling and Pumping Test Data.
Rheinheimer, D. E., Viers J. H., Sieber J., Kiparsky M., Mehta V. K., & Ligare S. T. (2014).  Simulating High-Elevation Hydropower with Regional Climate Warming in the West Slope, Sierra Nevada. JOURNAL OF WATER RESOURCES PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT. 140, 714-723.
Moyle, P. B. (1980).  Sixteen species accounts of California endemic fishes. (Lee, D.S., Ed.).Atlas of North American Freshwater Fishes. 123, 164, 199, 200, 209, 345, 346, 347, 384, 385, 391, 582, 777, 803, 815, 819.
Woodson, LE., Well BK., Weber PK., MacFarlane RB., Whitman GE., & Johnson RC. (2013).  Size, growth, and origin-dependent mortality of juvenile Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytcha.. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 487,
Medellín-Azuara, J., Howitt R., MacEwan D., Lund J. R., & Sumner D. A. (2014).  Socio Economic Impacts of the 2014 California Drought.
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,
Lund, J. R. (2013).  Some Curious Things About Water Management. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. 139(1), 1-2.PDF icon curious.jrl_.pdf (47.31 KB)
Moyle, P. B. (1976).  Some effects of channelization on the fishes and invertebrates of Rush Creek, Modoc County, California. California Fish and Game. 62, 179–186.
Adans, J.R., & Moyle P. B. (1975).  Some effects of impoundments on populations of stream fish. (Moyle, P. B., & Koch D.L., Ed.).Symposium on Trout/Nongame Fish Relationships in Streams. 17, 31-40.
Willis, A. (2018).  South Fork Scott River: Preliminary Assessment of Bouvier Ranch for Coho Recovery. PDF icon Preliminary Assessment of Bouvier Ranch for Coho Recovery_FINAL_8-1-2018.pdf (1.43 MB)
Thompson, L. C., Voss J. L., Larsen R. E., Tietje W. D., Cooper R. A., & Moyle P. B. (2012).  Southern Steelhead, Hard Woody Debris, and Temperature in a California Central Coast Watershed. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 141(2), 275-284.
Marchetti, M. P., & Moyle P. B. (2000).  Spatial and Temporal Ecology of Native and Introduced Fish Larvae in Lower Putah Creek, California. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 58(1), 75-87.
Barnett-Johnson, R. (2007).  Spatial scales of mixing and natal source contributions of salmon populations in the coastal ocean detected by otolith and genetic signatures of origin. Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz. PhD,
Vondracek, B., Baltz D. M., Brown L. R., & Moyle P. B. (1989).  Spatial, seasonal and diel distribution of fishes in a California reservoir dominated by native fishes. Fisheries Research. 7(1-2), 31 - 53.
Epke, G. (2011).  Spring Snowmelt Recession in Rivers of the Western Sierra Nevada Mountains. Hydrologic Sciences. Master of Sciences, 67.PDF icon Spring Snowmelt Recession in Rivers of the Western Sierra Nevada (4.52 MB)
Moyle, P. B., Lusardi R. A., Samuel P., & Katz J. V. E. (2017).  State of the Salmonids: Status of California's Emblematic Fishes 2017. PDF icon State of the Salmonids 2017 (8.35 MB)
Moyle, P. B., Quiñones R. M., & Brown L. R. (2010).  Status and conservation of lampreys in California.
Moyle, P. B., Brown L. R., Chase S. D., & Quiñones R. M. (2009).  Status and conservation of lampreys in California.
Moyle, P. B., Brown L. R., & Quiñones R. M. (2010).  Status and conservation of lampreys in California. Biology, management, and conservation, of lampreys in North America. 72, 279-292.
Hetbold, B., Jassby A.D., & Moyle P. B. (1992).  Status and trends report on aquatic resources in the San Francisco Estuary. 257.
Moyle, P. B. (1996).  Status of aquatic habitat types. Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final report to Congress Vol. II, assessments, commissioned reports, and background information. 2, 945-952.
Brown, L. R., & Moyle P. B. (1994).  Status of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in California. North American Journal of Fisheries Management . 14, 237-261.
Moyle, P. B., Yoshiyama R. M., & Knapp R. A. (1996).  Status of fish and fisheries. Sierra Nevada ecosystem project: Final report to Congress Vol. II, assessments, commissioned reports, and background information. 2, 953-973.
Meng, L., & Moyle P. B. (1995).  Status of Splittail in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 124(4), 538-549.
Moyle, P. B. (1974).  Status of the Modoc sucker (Catostomus microps, Pisces: Catostomidae). Cal-Neva Wildlife. 1974, 35–38.
Moyle, P. B., & Baltz D. M. (1979).  Stillwaters west. Rod and Reel Magazine . Part I, September/October; Part II, November/December, Part I pp20-26; Part II pp22-27.
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.
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.
Healey, M., Kimmerer W., Kondolf GM., Meade R., Moyle P. B., & Twiss R. (1998).  Strategic plan for the Ecosystem Restoration Program. 252.
Yarnell, S. M. (2013).  Stream Habitat Associations of the Foothill Yellow-Legged Frog (Rana boylii): The Importance of Habitat Heterogeneity. Ecohydraulics: An Integrated Approach. 193-212.PDF icon Chapter 11 in Ecohydraulics: An Integrated Approach (3.99 MB)
Lusardi, R. A., Jeffres C. A., & Moyle P. B. (2018).  Stream macrophytes increase invertebrate production and fish habitat utilization in a California stream. River Research and Applications. PDF icon Lusardietal2018.pdf (548.37 KB)
Null, S. E., Viers J. H., Deas M., Tanaka S., & Mount JF. (2012).  Stream temperature sensitivity to climate warming in California’s Sierra Nevada: impacts to coldwater habitat. Climatic Change. 1-22.