Links to recently-released peer-reviewed papers related to salmon recovery.
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Cold-Water Fishes and Climate Change in North America. JE Williams, DJ Isaak, et al. 2015. Reference Module in Earth Systems and Environmental Sciences.
Impacts of a Rapidly Declining Mountain Snowpack on Streamflow Timing in Canada’s Fraser River Basin. Do Hyuk Kang, Huilin Gao, Xiaogang Shi, Siraj ul Islam & Stephen J. Déry. 2016. Scientific Reports 6.
Progress and Challenges of Testing the Effectiveness of Stream Restoration in the Pacific Northwest Using Intensively Monitored Watersheds. Bennett et al. 2016. Fisheries, February 2016.
Adapting Adaptive Management for Testing the Effectiveness of Stream Restoration: An Intensively Monitored Watershed Example. Bouwes, Bennett and Wheaton. 2016. Fisheries, February 2016.
Robust and Defensible Mark–Recapture Methodologies for Salmonid Escapement: Modernizing the Use of Data and Resources. 2016. L. Antonio Vélez-Espino , James R. Irvine , Ivan Winther , Roger Dunlop , Geoff Mullins , Kristin Singer , Nicole Trouton. North American Journal of Fisheries Management Vol. 36, Iss. 1.
Life Histories, Demography, and Distribution of a Fluvial Bull Trout Population. 2016. Philip J. Howell , Michael E. Colvin , Paul M. Sankovich , David V. Buchanan , Alan R. Hemmingsen. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society Vol. 145, Iss. 1.
Modeling terrestrial carbon sources for juvenile Chinook salmon in the Merced River, California. 2016. Salvador Becerra-Muñoza, Guillaume Balb, Domenic Giudicec, Tim Heynec, Steve Tsaoc. Food Webs. In press.
“The analyses revealed that the contribution of terrestrial carbon sources for juvenile fish was highly variable both spatially and temporally, ranging from 3% to 27% across years and sites. The percent of biomass accounted for by allochthonous carbon suggested that autochthonous carbon was the primary source supporting juvenile Chinook salmon.”
The Columbia River Treaty: the politics and possibilities for change. 2016. Patrick I. Wilson. Water Policy.
A Resilience Approach Can Improve Anadromous Fish Restoration. 2014. John Waldman , Karen A. Wilson , Martha Mather , Noah P. Snyder. Fisheries Vol. 41, Iss. 3, 2016.
“A resilience approach recognizes the need to maintain life history, population, and habitat characteristics that increase the ability of a population to withstand and recover from multiple disturbances.”
A single generation of domestication heritably alters the expression of hundreds of genes. 2016. Mark R. Christie, Melanie L. Marine, Samuel E. Fox, Rod A. French & Michael S. Blouin. Nature Communications 7, Article number: 10676.
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