Peter B. Moyle
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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).
Baseline Assessment of Salmonid Habitat and Aquatic Ecology of the Nelson Ranch, Shasta River, California Water Year 2007.(2007).
Coho Salmon are Native South of San Francisco Bay: A Reexamination of North American Coho Salmon's Southern Range Limit. Fisheries. 32(9), 441-451.(2007).
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).
Alien fishes in California’s marine environments. (Allen, L. G., & Horn M. H., Ed.).Ecology of California marine fishes. . 611–620.(2005).
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).
Endangered and Threatened Fishes in the Klamath River Basin: Causes of Decline and Strategies for Recovery. 334.(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).
Summary of data and analyses indicating that exotic species have impaired the beneficial uses of certain California waters.(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.(2004).
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.(2003).
Dietary shifts in a stressed fish assemblage: Consequences of a bivalve invasion in the San Francisco Estuary. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 67(3), 277-288.(2003).
Eagle Lake rainbow trout: survivors in a troubled habitat. Streamkeepers Log . 104,(2003).
Goose Lake redband trout: high desert survivors. Streamkeepers Log . 103,(2003).
Review of Candiru: life and legend of bloodsucking catfishes by Stephen Spotte. Fisheries . 28(1),(2003).
Native and Alien Fishes in a California Estuarine Marsh: Twenty-One Years of Changing Assemblages. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 131(5), 797-816.(2002).
California's Yolo Bypass: Evidence that flood control Can Be compatible with fisheries, wetlands, wildlife, and agriculture. Fisheries. 26(8), 6-16.(2001).
A Communal Fishery for the Migratory Catfish Pangasius macronemain the Mekong River. Asian Fisheries Science. 14, 25–41.(2001).