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Fish Habitat Optimization to Prioritize River Restoration Decisions. River Research and Applications.(2011).
Hydrologic Response and Watershed Sensitivity to Climate Warming in California’s Sierra Nevada. PLoS ONE. 5(4),(2010).
Stream temperature sensitivity to climate warming in California’s Sierra Nevada: impacts to coldwater habitat. Climatic Change. 1-22.(2012).
Water and Energy Sector Vulnerability to Climate Warming in the Sierra Nevada: Water Year Classification in Non-Stationary Climates. Our Changing Climate.(2012).
Water-Energy Sector Vulnerability to Climate Warming in the Sierra Nevada: A Method to Consider Whether Dams Mitigate Climate Change Effects. 38.(2011).
In bad waters: Water year classification in nonstationary climates. Water Resources Research. 49(February 2013), 1137-1148.(2013).
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 Method to Consider Whether Dams Mitigate Climate Change Effects on Stream Temperatures. Journal of the American Water Resources Association.(2013).
Optimizing the dammed: Water supply losses and fish habitat gains from dam removal in California. Journal of Environmental Management. 136, 121-131.(2014).