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Detrital food web contributes to aquatic ecosystem productivity and rapid salmon growth in a managed floodplain. PLoS. 15(9),(2020).
Drought and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, 2012–2016: Environmental Review and Lessons. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science.(2020).
Source Water Apportionment of a River Network: Comparing Field Isotopes to Hydrodynamically Modeled Tracers. Water. 12(4), 1128.(2020).
Novel life history tactic observed in fall-run Chinook Salmon. Ecology. 100(10),(2019).
Stream macrophytes increase invertebrate production and fish habitat utilization in a California stream. River Research and Applications.(2018).
Floodplain farm fields provide novel rearing habitat for Chinook salmon. PLoS ONE. 12(6),(2017).
Seasonal aquatic macrophytes reduce water temperatures via a riverine canopy in a spring-fed stream. Freshwater Science.(2017).
Zooplankton ecology and trophic resources for rearing native fish on an agricultural floodplain in the Yolo Bypass California, USA. Wetlands Ecology and Management. 25, 533–545.(2017).
RAD Capture (Rapture): Flexible and Efficient Sequence-Based Genotyping. Genetics. 202 (2),(2016).
Water Temperature Patterns Below Large Groundwater Springs: Management Implications For Coho Salmon In The Shasta River, California. River Research and Applications. 30(4),(2014).
Experimental Agricultural Floodplain Habitat Investigation at Knaggs Ranch on Yolo Bypass, 2012-2013.(2013).
When Good Fish Make Bad Decisions: Coho Salmon in an Ecological Trap. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 32, 87-92.(2012).
Longitudinal Baseline Assessment of Salmonid Habitat Characteristics of the Shasta River, March through September, 2008.(2010).
Ephemeral floodplain habitats provide best growth conditions for juvenile Chinook salmon in a California river. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 83(4),(2008).
Movement of Sacramento sucker, Catostomus occidentalis, and hitch, Lavinia exilicauda, during a spring release of water from Camanche Dam in the Mokelumne River, California. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 75, 365–373.(2006).