Science On The Street February 2019
Links to recently-released peer reviewed papers related to salmon recovery.
Full Article Access – We have links to full text copies of the articles where they are available. For questions about how to access the full text of other articles, please contact Greer Maier at [email protected] or Barb Carrillo at [email protected]
Good for Fish, Good for Power. 2019. Former Litigants agree on an innovative spill strategy. Northwest Power and Conservation Council.
Wild Chinook salmon productivity is negatively related to seal density and not related to hatchery releases in the Pacific NW. 2018. Nelson et al. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Improving representation of riparian vegetation shading in a regional stream temperature model using LiDAR data. 2017. Loicq et al. Science of the Total Environment.
Stream temperature under contrasting riparian forest cover: Understanding thermal dynamics and heat exchange processes. 2017. Dugdale et al. Science of The Total Environment
The Influence of landscape characteristics on the spatial variability of river temperatures. 2019. O’Sullivan et al. ScienceDirect.
On the Variable effects of climate change on Pacific salmon. 2019. Zhang et al. ScienceDirect.
The Methow Beaver Project: the Challenges of an Ecosystem Services Experiment. 2019. Brick and Woodruff. University of California Press
Changes in Adult Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) survival within the lower Columbia River amid increasing pinniped abundance. 2018. Wargo Rub et al. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
Environmental DNA for the enumeration and management of Pacific salmon. 2018. Levi et al. Molecular Ecology Resources.
Groups of Give NOAA 60-day Notice to Consider Impact of Salmon Fisheries on Orcas. 2019. The Columbia Basin Bulletin Fish & Wildlife New bulletin.