Links to recently-released peer-reviewed papers related to salmon recovery.
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Simulated juvenile salmon growth and phenology respond to altered thermal regimes and stream network shape. 2017. Aimee H. Fullerton, Brian J. Burke, Joshua J. Lawler, Christian E. Torgersen, Joseph L. Ebersole, Scott G. Leibowitz. Ecosphere.
Modernizing the Columbia River Treaty. 2017. Border Policy Research Institute Publications.
Decay processes in woody debris influence the taxonomic and functional composition of littoral macroinvertebrates. 2017. Czarnecka Magdalena, Oliver Miler. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Sampling the stream landscape: improving the applicability of an ecoregion-level capture probability model for stream fishes. 2017. Robert Mollenhauer, Joshua Mouser, Shannon K Brewer. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Effects of hatchery supplementation on abundance and productivity of natural-origin Chinook salmon: two decades of evaluation and implications for conservation programs. 2017. David A Venditti, Ryan N Kinzer, Kimberly A Apperson, Bruce Barnett, Matthew Belnap, Timothy Copeland, Matthew P Corsi, Kurt Tardy. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Increased mitochondrial DNA diversity in ancient Columbia River basin Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha. 2018. Bobbi M. Johnson, Brian M. Kemp, Gary H. Thorgaard.
Evaluation of Growth and Migration Trends on the Survival and Recruitment of Chinook Salmon in Southeastern Alaska Rivers. 2017. Stephanie Berkman. Dissertation University of Alaska Fairbanks.
A social–ecological perspective for riverscape management in the Columbia River Basin. 2018. Brian K Hand, Courtney G Flint, Chris A Frissell, Clint C Muhlfeld, Shawn P Devlin, Brian P Kennedy, Robert L Crabtree, W Arthur McKee, Gordon Luikart, Jack A Stanford. Ecological Society of America.
Modeling the impact of aquifer recharge, in-stream water savings, and canal lining on water resources in the Walla Walla Basin. 2018. Jacob Scherberg, Jason Keller, Steven Patten, Troy Baker, Michael Milczarek. Sustainable Water Resources Management.
Migratory Behavior and Physiological Development as Potential Determinants of Life History Diversity in Fall Chinook Salmon in the Clearwater River. 2018. Kenneth F. Tiffan, Tobias J. Kock, William P. Connor, Marshall C. Richmond, William A. Perkins. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.