Science on the Street July/August 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 greer.maier@ucsrb.org or Barb Carrillo at barb.carrillo@ucsrb.org

A process‐based approach to restoring depositional river valleys to Stage 0, an anastomosing channel network

Relating spatial patterns of stream metabolism to distributions of juveniles salmonids at the river network scale

Riverscape recruitment: a conceptual synthesis of drivers of fish recruitment in rivers

An invader in salmonid rearing habitat: current and future distributions of smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) in the Columbia River Basin

Estimating the benefits of widespread floodplain reconnection for Columbia River Chinook salmon

Using environmental DNA sampling to monitor the invasion of nonnative Esox lucius (northern pike) in the Columbia River basin, USA

Daily estimates reveal fine-scale temporal and spatial variation in fish survival across a stream network

Daily estimates reveal fine-scale temporal and spatial variation in fish survival across a stream network

Climate vulnerability assessment for Pacific salmon and steelhead in the California Current Large Marine Ecosystem

Transgenerational effects of egg nutrients on the early development of Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) across a thermal gradient

Decoupling outmigration from marine survival indicates outsized influence of streamflow on cohort success for California’s Chinook salmon populations

An invader in salmonid rearing habitat: current and future distributions of smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) in the Columbia River Basin

Multidisciplinary classification of Canadian river reaches to support the sustainable management of freshwater systems

Oversummer growth and survival of juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) across a natural gradient of stream water temperature and prey availability: an in situ enclosure experiment.

Streamflow in the Columbia River Basin: Quantifying Changes Over the Period 1951‐2008 and Determining the Drivers of Those Changes

Response of juvenile salmonids to large wood placement in Columbia River tributaries

A rapid and objective characterization of channel morphology in a small, forested channel using a remotely piloted aircraft

Understanding Microhabitat Distribution at the Riverscape: Insights from Coupled Hydrodynamic and Bioenergetic Modeling

Modelling the impacts of climate change on riverine thermal regimes in western Canada’s largest Pacific watershed