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Potential aquatic diversity management areas in the Sierra Nevada. Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final report to Congress , Vol. III, assessments, commissioned reports, and background information. 3, 409-478.(1996).
Preface. (Carey, J.R., Moyle P. B., RejmÃ¡nek M., & Vermeij G., Ed.).Biological Conservation, Invasion biology. 78, 1 - 2.(1996).
Status of aquatic habitat types. Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final report to Congress Vol. II, assessments, commissioned reports, and background information. 2, 945-952.(1996).
Status of fish and fisheries. Sierra Nevada ecosystem project: Final report to Congress Vol. II, assessments, commissioned reports, and background information. 2, 953-973.(1996).
Uncertainty and instream flow standards. Fisheries. 21(8), 20–21.(1996).
Where have all the fishes gone: interactive factors producing fish declines in the Sacramento-San Joaquin estuary. (Hollibaugh, J. T., Ed.).San Francisco Bay: the Ecosystem. 519-542.(1996).
The case of Putah Creek: Conflicting values complicate stream protection. California Agriculture. 49(6), 73–78.(1995).
The case of Putah Creek: Conflicting values complicate stream protection. California Agriculture. 49(6), 73-78.(1995).
Comparative ecology of prickly sculpin, Cottus asper, and coastrange sculpin, C. aleuticus, in the Eel River, California. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 42(4), 329-343.(1995).
Conservation of native freshwater fishes in the Mediterranean-type climate of California, USA: A review. Biological Conservation. 72(2), 271 - 279.(1995).
Status of Splittail in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 124(4), 538-549.(1995).
Biodiversity, biomonitoring, and the structure of stream fish communities. (Loeb, S., & Spacie A., Ed.).Biological monitoring of aquatic systems. 171–186.(1994).
Changes in Abundance and Distribution of Native and Introduced Fishes of Suisun Marsh. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 123(4), 498-507.(1994).
The Decline of Anadromous Fishes in California. Conservation Biology. 8(3), 869-870.(1994).
Nuisance essay: good report but should go much farther. Fisheries. 19, 22-23.(1994).
Protection of Aquatic Biodiversity in California: A Five-tiered Approach. Fisheries. 19(2), 6-18.(1994).
Status of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) in California. North American Journal of Fisheries Management . 14, 237-261.(1994).
Distribution, ecology, and status of the fishes of the San Joaquin River drainage, California. California Fish and Game. 79(3), 96–114.(1993).
Interactions between stochastic and deterministic processes in stream fish community assembly. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 36(1), 1-15.(1993).
Invasion Resistance to Introduced Species by a Native Assemblage of California Stream Fishes. Ecological Applications. 3(2), 246-255.(1993).
Saving California's salmon: The legacy of Ishi. Trout. Summer, 14-17.(1993).
Crimes against biodiversity: the lasting legacy of fish introductions. Transactions of the 57th North American Wildlife and Natural Resource Conference. 57, 365-372.(1992).
Implications of morphological variation among populations of California roach Lavinia symmetricus (Cyprinidae) for conservation policy. Biological Conservation. 62(1), 1 - 10.(1992).
Life History and Status of Delta Smelt in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Estuary, California. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 121(1), 67-77.(1992).
Loss of Biodiversity in Aquatic Ecosystems: Evidence from Fish Faunas. (Fiedler, P. L., & Jain S. K., Ed.).Conservation Biology: The Theory and Practice of Nature Conservation, Preservation, and Management. 128-169.(1992).
Native fishes of the San Joaquin drainage: status of a remnant fauna and its habitats. (Williams, D. L., Byrne S., & Rado T. A., Ed.).Endangered and sensitive species of the San Joaquin Valley, California: their biology, management and conservation. 89–98.(1992).
Wetland and aquatic habitats. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment. 42(1-2), 165 - 176.(1992).
Ballast water introductions. Fisheries. 16, 4–6.(1991).
Changes in Habitat and Microhabitat Partitioning within an Assemblage of Stream Fishes in Response to Predation by Sacramento Squawfish (Ptychocheilus grandis). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 48(5), 849-856.(1991).
A conservation-oriented classification system for the inland waters of California. California Fish and Game. 77, 161-180.(1991).
On the design of preserves to protect native fishes.. (Minckley, W. L., & Deacon J. E., Ed.).Battle against extinction: native fish management in the American West. 155-169.(1991).
FISHES OF BLY TUNNEL, LASSEN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA. The Great Basin Naturalist. 51(3), 267-270.(1991).
Historical and recent population sizes of spring-run chinook salmon in California. (Hassler, T. J., Ed.).Proceedings, Northeast Pacific Chinook and Coho Salmon Workshop. 155-216.(1991).
Introduction to fish imagery in art. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 31(1), 5-23.(1991).
Review of R. Pethiyagoda, Freshwater Fishes of Sri Lanka. The Wildlife Heritage Trust of Sri Lanka, Colombo. . Copeia . 1991, 1166-1177.(1991).
Review of Robert J. Wooton, Ecology of Teleost Fishes. Chapman and Hall, New York.. Quarterly Review of Biology . 66, 404pp.(1991).
Seasonal Changes in Microhabitat Selection by Rainbow Trout in a Small Stream. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 120(2), 166-176.(1991).
Biodiversity Loss in the Temperate Zone: Decline of the Native Fish Fauna of California. Conservation Biology. 4(3), pp. 275-284.(1990).