Peter B. Moyle
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Non-native fish in the fresh waters of Portugal, Azores and Madeira Islands: a growing threat to aquatic biodiversity. Fisheries Management and Ecology. 16(4), 255–264.(2009).
Quantifying activated floodplains on a lowland regulated river: its application to floodplain restoration in the Sacramento Valley. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 7(1),(2009).
Changes in fish diets and mercury accumulation in Clear Lake, California: effects of an invasive planktivorous fish. Ecological Applications. 18(8 Supplement), A213-A226.(2008).
The Economic Costs and Adaptations for Alternative Delta Regulations Technical Appendix F. Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta..(2008).
Economic Effects on Agriculture of Water Export Salinity South of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. (Lund, J. R., Hanak E., Fleenor W. E., Bennett W. A., Howitt R., Mount JF., et al., Ed.).Comparing Futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.(2008).
Ephemeral floodplain habitats provide best growth conditions for juvenile Chinook salmon in a California river. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 83(4),(2008).
An expert survey on the viability of delta fish populations. Technical Appendix E to Comparing Futures for the Sacramento–San Joaquin Delta. 29.(2008).
The Future of Fish in Response to Large-Scale Change in the San Francisco Estuary, California. American Fisheries Society Symposium. 64,(2008).
The future of the delta ecosystem and its fish. Technical Appendix D to Lund, J., et al., Comparing futures for the Sacramento-San Joaquin delta. 38.(2008).
Life-history traits of non-native fishes in Iberian watersheds across several invasion stages: a first approach. Biological Invasions. 10(1), 89-102.(2008).
Projecting Cumulative Benefits of Multiple River Restoration Projects: An Example from the Sacramento-San Joaquin River System in California. Environmental Management. 42(6), 933-945.(2008).
Protecting migration routes. Issues in Science and Technology. 24 (summer)(4),(2008).
Review of: Analysis and interpretation of freshwater fisheries data. (Guy, CS., & Brown ML., Ed.).Quarterly Review of Biology. 83, 203-204.(2008).
Role of hardwood in forming habitat for southern California steelhead. Proceedings of the sixth California oak symposium: today's challenges, tomorrow's opportunities. USDA Forest Service General Technical Report PSW-GTR-217. 307-319.(2008).
Serpentine haiku. California Coast and Ocean. 24(2), 40.(2008).
Homogenous rivers, homogenous faunas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 104(14), 5711-5712.(2007).
Patterns In The Use Of A Restored California Floodplain By Native And Alien Fishes. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 5(3),(2007).
Regional Agreements, Adaptation, and Climate Change: New Approaches to FERC Licensing in the Sierra Nevada, California.(2007).
Biological Invasions: Recommendations for U.S. Policy and Management. Ecological Applications. 16(6), 2035-2054.(2006).
Making a precarious perch more secure: Central Valley farm ponds for native fish conservation. Sustainable Agriculture . 18(3),(2006).
Managing Fire-Prone Forests in the Western United States. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment. 4(9), pp. 481-487.(2006).
Predicting Invasion Success: Freshwater Fishes in California as a Model. BioScience. 56(6), 515-524.(2006).
Review of Freshwater Fishes of Mexico by Robert Rush Miller. (Miller, R. Rush, Ed.).Quarterly Review of Biology . 81,(2006).
Salmon, Wildlife, and Wine: Marine-Derived Nutrients in Human-Dominated Ecosystems of Central California. Ecological Applications. 16(3), 999-1009.(2006).
A conceptual model for floodplain restoration. Flood Management Association News . 15(4), 7-10.(2005).
Native Fishes of the Sacramento-San Joaquin Drainage, California: A History of Decline. (Rinne, J. N., Hughes R. M., & Calamusso B., Ed.).Historical Changes in Large River Fish Assemblages of the Americas. 45, 75-98.(2005).
Untested assumptions: Effectiveness of Screening Diversions for Conservation of Fish Populations. Fisheries. 30(5), 20-28.(2005).
Variability in Length-Weight Relationships Used to Estimate Biomass of Estuarine Fish from Survey Data. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 134(2), 481-495.(2005).
Alien Fishes in California Watersheds: Characteristics of Successful and Failed Invaders. Ecological Applications. 14(2), 587-596.(2004).
Biology and Population Dynamics of Sacramento Splittail (Pogonichthys macrolepidotus) in the San Francisco Estuary: A Review. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science. 2(2), 1-47.(2004).
Fish Invasions in California Watersheds: Testing Hypotheses Using Landscape Patterns. Ecological Applications. 14(5), 1507-1525.(2004).
The Imperiled Giants of the Mekong: Ecologists struggle to understand—and protect—Southeat Asia's large migratory catfish. American Scientist. 92(3), 228-237.(2004).
Invasive species profiling? Exploring the characteristics of non-native fishes across invasion stages in California. Freshwater Biology. 49(5), 646–661.(2004).
Review of Snakehead: fish out of water by Jay Dolan. CoCopeia . 710-711.(2004).