Peter B. Moyle
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Complex tidal marsh dynamics structure fish foraging patterns in the San Francisco Estuary. Estuaries and Coasts.(2021).
Managed Wetlands Can Benefit Juvenile Chinook Salmon in a Tidal Marsh. Estuaries and Coasts. 1–14.(2021).
Tidal restoration of a managed wetland in California favors non-native fishes. Restoration Ecology.(2021).
Comparing and Integrating Fish Surveys in the San Francisco Estuary: Why Diverse Long-Term Monitoring Programs are Important. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 18(2),(2020).
Estuarine-terrestrial habitat gradients enhance nursery function for resident and transient fishes in the San Francisco Estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 637,(2020).
Food Web Fuel Differs Across Habitats and Seasons of a Tidal Freshwater Estuary. Estuaries and Coasts. 188,(2020).
Small Populations in Jeopardy: A Delta Smelt Case Study. Envtl. L. Rep.. 10714.(2020).
Suisun Marsh Fish Study: trends in fish and invertebrate populations of Suisun Marsh January 2018 - December 2018.(2020).
Tidal effects on marsh habitat use by three fishes in the San Francisco Estuary. Environmental Biology of Fishes.(2020).
Delta Smelt and the Politics of Water in California. Fisheries. 43,(2018).
Factors affecting distribution and abundance of jellyfish medusae in a temperate estuary: a multi-decadal study. Biological Invasions.(2018).
A Freshwater Conservation Blueprint for California: Prioritizing Watersheds for Freshwater Biodiversity. Freshwater Science. 37(2),(2018).
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).
Stream macrophytes increase invertebrate production and fish habitat utilization in a California stream. River Research and Applications.(2018).
Assessing Extinction. Bioscience. 67,(2017).
Confronting the risks of large-scale invasive species control. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 1,(2017).
Environmental hedging: Theory and method for reconciling reservoir operations for downstream ecology and water supply. Water Resources Research.(2017).
Is extinction inevitable for Delta Smelt and Longfin Smelt? An opinion and recommendations for recovery.. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science . 15(2),(2017).
Floodplain farm fields provide novel rearing habitat for Chinook salmon. PLoS ONE. 12(6),(2017).
Genomics Clarifies Taxonomic Boundaries in a Difficult Species Complex.. PLoS ONE. 12(12),(2017).
Habitat partitioning by native and non-native fishes and decapods in novel habitats of the upper San Francisco Estuary. Biological Invasions.(2017).
Long-term surveys show invasive overbite clams (Potamocorbula amurensis) are spatially limited in Suisun Marsh. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 15(1),(2017).
Managing California's Freshwater Ecosystems: Lessons from the 2012-16 Drought.. Public Policy Institute of California.(2017).
Suisun Marsh Fish Study: trends in fish and invertebrate populations of Suisun Marsh January 2015 - December 2015.(2017).
Two-Way Trap and Haul as a Conservation Strategy for Anadromous Salmonids. Fisheries. 42(9),(2017).
Water wasted to the sea? . San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 15(2),(2017).
Delta Smelt: Life History and Decline of a Once Abundant Species in the San Francisco Estuary. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science.(2016).
Environment shapes invertebrate assemblage structure differences between volcanic spring-fed and runoff rivers in northern California. Freshwater Science. 35(3),(2016).
Fish distribution in the cache slough complex of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta during a drought. IEP Newsletter.(2016).
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).
Wetlands. Ecosystems of California. p 669-692,(2016).
Adapting California's Ecosystems to a Changing Climate. BioScience. 65(3), 247–262.(2015).
The aquatic trophic ecology of Suisun Marsh, San Francisco Estuary, California, during autumn in a wet year. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 13(3),(2015).
Assembly rules and novel assemblages in aquatic ecosystems. Biological Invasions in Changing Ecosystems Vectors, Ecological Impacts, Management and Predictions.(2015).
California’s freshwater fishes: status and management. FISHMED Fishes in Mediterranean Environments. 20p.(2015).
Dam removal and anadromous salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) conservation in California. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 25(1), 195-215.(2015).
Evidence of Landlocked Chinook Salmon Populations in California. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 35(6),(2015).
Fish Species of Special Concern in California. Sacramento: California Department of Fish and Wildlife. https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Conservation/Fishes/Special-Concern,(2015).
Fishes of the Nurse-Denverton Complex: managed wetlands and tidal waterways in Suisun Marsh. IEP Newsletter.(2015).
Patterns of Freshwater Species Richness, Endemism, and Vulnerability in California. PLoS ONE. 10(7),(2015).