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Willis, A., Lund J. R., Townsley E., & Faber B. (2011).  Climate Change and Flood Operations in the Sacramento Basin, California. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 9(2), 
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)
Willis, A., Campbell A. M., Fowler A. C., Babcock C. A., Howard J. K., Deas M., et al. (2015).  Instream flows: new tools to quantify water quality conditions for returning adult Chinook salmon. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. PDF icon Instream flows: new tools to quantify water quality conditions for returning adult Chinook salmon (15.54 MB)
Willis, A., Nichols A., Jeffres C., & Deas M. (2013).  Water Resources Management Planning: Conceptual Framework and Case Study of the Shasta Basin. PDF icon Water Resources Management Planning: Conceptual Framework and Case Study of the Shasta Basin (3.34 MB)
Willis, A. D., & Holmes E. (2019).  Eye in the Sky: Using UAV Imagery of Seasonal Riverine Canopy Growth to Model Water Temperature. Hydrology. 6(1), 
Willis, A., Deas M., Jeffres C., Mount JF., Moyle P. B., & Nichols A. (2011).  Executive Analysis of Restoration Actions in Big Springs Creek March 2008-September 2011. PDF icon Read full study (4.34 MB)
Willis, A., & Deas M. (2012).  Response to Restoration: Water Temperature Conditions in Big Springs Creek and Surrounding Waterways, 2009-2011. PDF icon SBSR Response to Restoration: 2009-2011 (2.39 MB)