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Complex tidal marsh dynamics structure fish foraging patterns in the San Francisco Estuary. Estuaries and Coasts.(2021).
A conceptual model of the aquatic food web of the upper San Francisco Estuary. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science . 13(5),(2015).
Delta Smelt and the Politics of Water in California. Fisheries. 43,(2018).
Delta Smelt: Life History and Decline of a Once Abundant Species in the San Francisco Estuary. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science.(2016).
Environmental heterogeneity and community structure of the Kobuk River, Alaska, in response to climate change. Ecosphere. 2(4), 1-19.(2011).
Estuarine-terrestrial habitat gradients enhance nursery function for resident and transient fishes in the San Francisco Estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 637,(2020).
Fish distribution in the cache slough complex of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta during a drought. IEP Newsletter.(2016).
Habitat complexity and the ecology of flooding islands (polders) in the Sacramento-san Joaquin Delta, USA.(2011).
North Delta Arc Study 2019 annual report: Cache and Lindsey Slough water quality, productivity, and fisheries.(2020).
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).
Suisun Marsh Fish Study: trends in fish and invertebrate populations of Suisun Marsh January 2016 - December 2016.(2018).
Suisun Marsh Fish Study: trends in fish and invertebrate populations of Suisun Marsh January 2017 - December 2017.(2019).
Suisun Marsh Fish Study: trends in fish and invertebrate populations of Suisun Marsh January 2018 - December 2018.(2020).
Tracing the Disappearance of a Sacramento Perch Population in California’s Central Valley. John Muir Institute of the Environment. 25.(2021).
Where the Wild Things Aren’t Making the Delta a Better Place for Native Species. Public Policy Institute of California.(2012).