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Walter, J. A., Shoemaker L. G., Lany N. K., Castorani M. C. N., Fey S. B., Dudney J. C., et al. (2021).  The spatial synchrony of species richness and its relationship to ecosystem stability. Ecology. 102, e03486.
Bork, K., Moyle P. B., Durand J., Hung T-C., & Rypel A. L. (2020).  Small Populations in Jeopardy: A Delta Smelt Case Study. Envtl. L. Rep.. 10714.
Aha, N. M., Moyle P. B., Fangue N. A., Rypel A. L., & Durand J. R. (2021).  Managed Wetlands Can Benefit Juvenile Chinook Salmon in a Tidal Marsh. Estuaries and Coasts. 1–14.
Colborne, S. F., Sheppard L. W., O’Donnell D. R., Reuman D. C., Walter J. A., Singer G. P., et al. (2021).  Intraspecific variation in migration timing of green sturgeon in the Sacramento River system. bioRxiv.
Bork, K., & Rypel A. L. (2020).  Improving Infrastructure for Wildlife. Natural Resources & Environment. 34, 38–42.
Rypel, A. L., Vaughn C. C., Nesper L., O’Reilly K., Parisek C. A., Miller M. L., et al. (2021).  Goodbye to “Rough Fish”: Paradigm Shift in the Conservation of Native Fishes. (Saffarinia, P., Ed.).Fisheries.
Willmes, M., Jacinto E. E., Lewis L. S., Fichman R. A., Bess Z., Singer G., et al. (2020).  Geochemical tools identify the origins of Chinook Salmon returning to a restored creek. Fisheries.
Willis, A. D., Peek R. A., & Rypel A. L. (2021).  Classifying California’s stream thermal regimes for cold-water conservation. PloS one. 16, e0256286.
Bell-Tilcock, M., Jeffres C. A., Rypel A. L., Willmes M., Armstrong R. A., Holden P., et al. (2021).  Biogeochemical processes create distinct isotopic fingerprints to track floodplain rearing of juvenile salmon. Plos one. 16, e0257444.