Links to recently-released peer-reviewed papers related to salmon recovery.
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Urban Stream Restoration Projects: Do Project Phase, Distance, and Type Affect Nearby Property Sale Prices?Urban Stream Restoration Projects: Do Project Phase, Distance, and Type Affect Nearby Property Sale Prices?. 2018. Maya Jarrad, Noelwah R. Netusil, Klaus Moeltner, Anita T. Morzillo, J. Alan Yeakley. Land Economics.
Increasing water temperatures exacerbate the potential for density dependence in juvenile steelhead. 2018. Knut Marius Myrvold, Brian Patrick Kennedy. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Phenological diversity of salmon smolt migration timing within a large watershed. 2018. Charmaine N. Carr-Harris, Jonathan W. Moore, Allen S. Gottesfeld, Jennifer A. Gordon, William M. Shepert, James D. J. Henry Jr., Harvey J. Russell, Wade N. B. Helin, David J. Doolan, Terry D. Beacham. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.
Variability in the performance of juvenile Chinook salmon is explained primarily by when and where they resided in estuarine habitats. 2018. Paul Chittaro, Lyndal Johnson, David Teel, Paul Moran, Sean Sol, Kate Macneale, Richard Zabel. Ecology of Freshwater Fish.
Canopy closure after four decades of postlogging riparian forest regeneration reduces cutthroat trout biomass in headwater streams through bottom-up pathways. 2017. Matthew J. Kaylor, Dana R. Warren. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Modeling intrinsic potential for beaver (Castor canadensis) habitat to inform restoration and climate change adaptation. 2018. Benjamin J. Dittbrenner, Michael M. Pollock, Jason W. Schilling, Julian D. Olden, Joshua J. Lawler, Christian E. Torgersen. Plos One.
How do we efficiently generate high-resolution hydraulic models at large numbers of riverine reaches?. 2018. Matthew Nahorniak, Joe Wheaton, Carol Volk, Phillip Bailey, Matt Reimer, Eric Wall, Kelly Whitehead, Chris Jordan. Computers and Geosciences.