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Methods for fish biology. 684.(1990).
Maximizing the ecological contribution of conservation banks. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 38(2), 377–385.(2014).
Marine and freshwater fishery resources. (Miller, G. T., Ed.).Resource Conservation and Management. 303-339.(1990).
Managing for salmon resilience in California’s variable and changing climate. (Carlson, SM., Henery R., Johnson RC., Mantua N., Moyle P. B., & Sommer T., Ed.).San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Sciences. 16(2),(2018).
Managing Fire-Prone Forests in the Western United States. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 4(9), pp. 481-487.(2006).
Managing California's Freshwater Ecosystems: Lessons from the 2012-16 Drought.. Public Policy Institute of California.(2017).
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).
Management of introduced fishes. (Kohler, C. C., & Hubert W. A., Ed.).Inland fisheries management in North America. 345-274.(1999).
Management of introduced fishes. (Kohler, C., & Hubert W., Ed.).Inland fisheries management in North America. 282–307.(1993).
Making a precarious perch more secure: Central Valley farm ponds for native fish conservation. Sustainable Agriculture . 18(3),(2006).
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.(1992).
Long-term surveys show invasive overbite clams (Potamocorbula amurensis) are spatially limited in Suisun Marsh. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 15(1),(2017).
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.(2012).
Longitudinal Baseline Assessment of Salmonid Habitat Characteristics of the Shasta River, March through September, 2008.(2010).
Long term and recent trends in fishes and invertebrates in Suisun Marsh. Interagency Ecological Program Newsletter. 23(2),(2010).
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.(1991).
A list of freshwater, anadromous, and euryhaline fishes of California. California Fish and Game. 86(4), 244–258.(2001).
Linking Trophic Ecology With Slough And Wetland Hydrodynamics, Food Web Production And Fish Abundance In Suisun Marsh.(2011).
Life-history traits of non-native fishes in Iberian watersheds across several invasion stages: a first approach. Biological Invasions. 10(1), 89-102.(2008).
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.(1987).
Life history of splittail (Cyprinidae: Pogonichthys macrolepidotus) in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary. Fishery bulletin United States. 81, 647-654.(1983).
Life history characteristics of tule perch (Hysterocarpus traski) populations in contrasting environments. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 7(3), 229-242.(1982).
Life History and Status of Delta Smelt in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary, California. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 121(1), 67-77.(1992).
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.(2011).
Keys to the inland fishes of California. 34, 16pp.(1982).
Invasive species profiling? Exploring the characteristics of non-native fishes across invasion stages in California. Freshwater Biology. 49(5), 646–661.(2004).
Invasion Resistance to Introduced Species by a Native Assemblage of California Stream Fishes. Ecological Applications. 3(2), 246-255.(1993).
Invading species in the Eel River, California: successes, failures, and relationships with resident species. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 49(3), 271-291.(1997).
Introduction to fish imagery in art. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 31(1), 5-23.(1991).
Introduced Species and Vacant Niches. The American Naturalist. 128(5), 751-760.(1986).
Interactions between stochastic and deterministic processes in stream fish community assembly. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 36(1), 1-15.(1993).
Influence of Temperature on Microhabitat Choice by Fishes in a California Stream. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 116(1), 12-20.(1987).
The influence of riparian vegetation on stream fish communities of California. (Warner, P., & Hendrix H., Ed.).California Riparian Systems. 183-187.(1982).
In defense of sculpins. Fisheries . 2(1), 20-23.(1977).
The importance of an historical perspective: Fish introductions.. Fisheries. 22(10), 14.(1997).
Implications of morphological variation among populations of California roach Lavinia symmetricus (Cyprinidae) for conservation policy. Biological Conservation. 62(1), 1 - 10.(1992).
The Imperiled Giants of the Mekong: Ecologists struggle to understand—and protect—Southeat Asia's large migratory catfish. American Scientist. 92(3), 228-237.(2004).
Impending extinction of salmon, steelhead, and trout (Salmonidae) in California. Environmental Biology of Fishes.(2012).
Impending extinction of salmon, steelhead, and trout (Salmonidae) in California. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 96, 1169-1186.(2013).
Impact: Toward a Framework for Understanding the Ecological Effects of Invaders. Biological Invasions. 1(1), 3-19.(1999).
The Impact of Squawfish on Salmonid Populations: A Review. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 1(2), 104-111.(1981).
Hybridization between hitch, Lavinia exilicauda, and Sacramento blackfish, Orthodon microlepidotus, in San Luis Reservoir, California. California Fish and Game. 67, 196-198.(1981).
Homogenous rivers, homogenous faunas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 104(14), 5711-5712.(2007).