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Journal Article
Ribeiro, F.., Crain P. K., & Moyle P. B. (2004).  Variation in Condition Factor and Growth in Young-of-Year Fishes in Floodplain and Riverine Habitats of the Cosumnes River, California. Hydrobiologia. 527(1), 77-84.
Kiernan, J. D., Moyle P. B., & Crain P. K. (2012).  Restoring native fish assemblages to a regulated California stream using the natural flow regime concept. Ecological Applications. 22(5), 10.PDF icon Kiernan et al. 2012, Ecological Applications (560.77 KB)
Moyle, P. B., Crain P. K., & Whitener K. (2007).  Patterns In The Use Of A Restored California Floodplain By Native And Alien Fishes. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 5(3), 
Moyle, P. B., Kiernan J. D., Crain P. K., & Quiñones R. M. (2013).  Climate change vulnerability of native and alien freshwater fishes of California: a systematic assessment approach. PDF icon Moyle et al 2013 fw fishes cc Plos One.pdf (734.37 KB)
Moyle, P. B. (2013).  Climate Change Vulnerability of Native and Alien Freshwater Fishes of California: A Systematic Assessment Approach . (Kiernan, J. D., Crain P. K., & Quiñones R. M., Ed.).PLoS ONE. PDF icon journal.pone_.0063883.pdf (734.37 KB)
Carmona-Catot, G., Moyle P. B., Aparicio E., Crain P. K., Thompson L. C., & García-Berthou E. (2010).  Brook Trout Removal as a Conservation Tool to Restore Eagle Lake Rainbow Trout. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 30(5), 1315-1323.
Crain, P. K., & Moyle P. B. (2011).  Biology, History, Status, and Conservation of Sacramento Perch, Archoplites interruptus: A Review . San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 9(1), 
Moyle, P. B., Crain P. K., Whitener K., & Mount JF. (2003).  Alien Fishes in Natural Streams: Fish Distribution, Assemblage Structure, and Conservation in the Cosumnes River, California, U.S.A.. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 68(2), 143-162.
Book Chapter
Crain, P. K., Whitener K., & Moyle P. B. (2004).  Use of a restored central California floodplain by larvae of native and alien fishes. Early Life History of Fishes in the San Francisco Estuary and Watershed. 125-140.