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Peer-reviewed Publications

A. Robin Stewart, Michael K. Saiki, James S. Kuwabara, Charles N. Alpers, Mark Marvin-DiPasquale and David P. Krabbenhoft. 2008. Influence of plankton mercury dynamics and trophic pathways on mercury concentration of top predator fish of a mining-impacted reservoir. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci., Vol. 65, Page(s): 2351-2366

Anders, P. J.; A. Drauch-Schreier, J. Rodzen, M. S. Powell, S. Narum and J. A. Crossman. 2011. A review of genetic evaluation tools for conservation and management of North American sturgeons: roles, benefits, and limitations. Series: Journal of Applied Ichthyology, Vol. 27, Num. Suppl. 2, Page(s): 3-11

Anders, Paul J.. 1998. Conservation aquaculture and endangered species: Can objective science prevail over risk anxiety?. AFS, Series: Fisheries, Vol. 23, Num. 11, Page(s): 28-31

Anders, Paul J. & Ken I. Ashley. 2007. The Clear-water paradox of aquatic ecosystem restoration. AFS, Series: Fisheries, Vol. 32, Num. 3, Page(s): 125-128

Bahls, L., M. Teply, R. Sada, and M. Suplee. 2008. Diatom biocriteria development and water quality assessment in Montana: a brief history and status report. Diatom Research, Series: Diatom Research, Vol. 23, Num. 2, Page(s): 533-540

Bajkov, A.D.. 1951. Migration of white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) in the Columbia River. FCO, Series: Research Briefs, Vol. 3, Num. 2, Page(s): 4

Barbara A. Martin, Michael K. Saiki. 2005. Relationship of desert pupfish abundance to selected environmental variables in natural and manmade habitats in the Salton Sea basin. Series: Environmental Biology of Fishes, Vol. 73, Page(s): 97-107

Barbara A. Martin, Michael K. Saiki. 1999. Effects of ambient water quality on the endangered lost river sucker in Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon. Series: Transaction of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 128, Page(s): 953-961

Barbara A. Martin, Michael K. Saiki, Darren Fong. 2009. Habitat requirements of the endangered california freshwater shrimp (Syncaris pacifica) in Lagunitas and Olema Creeks, Marin County, California, USA. Series: Journal of Crustacean Biology, Vol. 29, Num. 4, Page(s): 594-604

Barbara A. Martin, Michael K. Saiki, Darren Fong. 2007. Relationship between mortality of prickly sculpin and diurnal extremes in water quality at Rodeo Lagoon, Marin County, California. Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 93, Num. 1, Page(s): 214-223

Beakes, M. P.; J. W. Moore, N. Retford, R. Brown, J. E. Merz, S. M. Sogard. 2012. Evaluating Statistical Approaches To Quantifying Juvenile Chinook Salmon Habitat In A Regulated California River. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: River Research and Applications, Vol. Published Dec. 20, 2012, Num. Early View Online,

Beakes, Michael P.; William H. Satterthwaite, Erin M. Collins, David R. Swank, Joseph E. Merz, Rob G. Titus, Susan M. Sogard and Marc Mangel. 2010. Smolt Transformation in Two California Steelhead Populations: Effects of Temporal Variability in Growth. Series: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 139, Page(s): In Press

Beamesderfer, R.. 1992. Reproduction and early life history of northern squawfish, Ptychocheilus oregonensis, in Idaho's St. Joe River. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Series: Environmental Biology of Fishes, Vol. 35, Page(s): 231-41

Beamesderfer, R. C. P., T. A. Rien, and A. A. Nigro. 1995. Differences in the dynamics and potential production of impounded and unimpounded White Sturgeon populations in the Lower Columbia River. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 124, Page(s): 857-872

Beamesderfer, R.C.P.. 2000. Managing Fish Predators and Competitors: Deciding When Intervention Is Effective and Appropriate. Internal, Series: Fisheries Magazine, Vol. 25, Num. 6, Page(s): 18-23

Beamesderfer, Raymond C.. 1993. A standard weight (Ws) equation for white sturgeon. CDFG, Vol. 79, Page(s): 63-69

Beamesderfer, Raymond C.. 1991. MOCPOP 2.0: A flexible system for simulation of age-structured populations and stock-related functions. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW), Series: Info Reports,

Beamesderfer, Raymond C. and Bruce E. Rieman. 1991. Abundance and Distribution of Northern Squawfish, Walleyes, and Smallmouth Bass in John Day Reservoir, Columbia River. Series: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 120, Num. 4, Page(s): 439-447

Beamesderfer, Raymond C. and Bruce E. Rieman. 1988. Size Selectivity and Bias in Estimates of Population Statistics of Smallmouth Bass, Walleye, and Northern Squawfish in a Columbia River Reservoir. Series: North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Vol. 8, Num. 4, Page(s): 505-510

Beamesderfer, Raymond C.; et al.. 1990. Management implications of a model of predation by a resident fish on juvenile salmonids migrating through a Columbia River reservoir. AFS, Series: NAJFM, Vol. 10, Num. 3, Page(s): 290-304

Beamesderfer, Raymond C.P.; and John A. North. 1995. Growth, Natural Mortality, and Predicted Response to Fishing for Largemouth Bass and Smallmouth Bass Populations in North America. Internal, Series: North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Vol. 15, Num. 3, Page(s): 688-704

Beamesderfer, Raymond C.P.; Michele L. Simpson; Gabriel J. Kopp. 2007. Use of life history information in a population model for Sacramento green sturgeon. Environmental Biology of Fishes, Vol. 79, Num. 3-4, Page(s): 315-337

Beamesderfer, Raymond C.P.; Ruth A. Farr. 1997. Alternatives for the protection and restoration of sturgeons and their habitat. Kluwer Academic Publishers, Series: Environmental Biology of Fishes, Vol. 48, Page(s): 407-17

Brian J. Pyper, Steven P. Cramer, Randolph P. Ericksen and Richard M. Sitts. 2012. Implications of Mark- Selective Fishing for Ocean Harvests and Escapements of Sacramento River Fall Chinook Salmon Populations. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science, Vol. 4, Num. 1, Page(s): 373-390

Casey Justice, Brian J. Pyper, Raymond C.P. Beamesderfer, Vaughn L. Paragamian, Pete J. Rust, Matthew D. Neufeld, and Susan C. Ireland. 2009. Evidence of density- and size-dependent mortality in hatchery-reared juvenile white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) in the Kootenai River. NRC, Series: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 66, Page(s): 802-815

Cavallo, Bradley; Joseph Merz and Jose Setka. 2012. Effects of predator and flow manipulation on Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) survival in an imperiled estuary. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Environmental Biology of Fishes, Vol. 96, Num. 2-3, Page(s): 393-403

Chester Mattson. 1948. Spawning ground studies of Willamette River spring chinook salmon. Series: Research Briefs, Vol. 1, Num. 2,

Courter, Ian; and Jason Vaughan. 2011. Hydropower Operations Reduce Bull Trout Entrainment Mortality at Tieton Dam. Series: Hydro Review, Vol. 30, Num. 5, Page(s): 100-107

Ebersole, J.L.; Liss, W.J.; Frissell, C.A.. 2001. Relationship between stream temperature, thermal refugia and rainbow trout Oncorhynchus mykiss abundance in arid-land streams in the northwestwestern United States. Munksgaard, Series: Ecol. Freshwater Fish, Vol. 10, Page(s): 1-10

Elkins, Eve M.; Pasternack, Gregory B.; Merz, Joseph E.. 2007. Use of slope creation for rehabilitating incised, regulated, gravel bed rivers. Series: Water Resources Res, Vol. 43, Page(s): xxxxxx

Elliott, John C.; Beamesderfer, Raymond C.. 1990. Comparison of efficiency and selectivity of three gears used to sample white sturgeon in a Columbia River reservoir. California Fish and Game, Vol. 76, Page(s): 174-180

Francine Mejia, Michael K. Saiki, John Y. Takekawa. 2008. Relationship between species assemblages of fishes and water quality in salt ponds and sloughs in south San Francisco Bay o Bay. Series: The Southwestern Naturalist, Vol. 53, Num. 3, Page(s): 335-345

Gary P. Kobinger, Heinz Feldmann, Yan Zhi, Gregory Schumer, Guangping Gao, Friederike Feldmann, Steven Jones, James M. Wilson. 2006. Chimpanzee adenovirus vaccine protects against Zaire Ebola virus. Series: Virology, Page(s): 394-401

Gary P. Kobinger, Maria P. Limberis, Suri Somanathan, Gregory Schumer, Peter Bell, James M. Wilson. 2007. Human Immunodeficiency viral vector pseudotyped with the spike envelope of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus transduces human airway epithelial cell and dendritic cells. Series: Human Gene Therapy, Vol. 18, Page(s): 413-422

Giannico, Guillermo R.; Hinch, Scott G.. 2003. The effect of wood and temperature on juvenile coho salmon winter movement, growth, density and survival in side-channels. Wiley, Series: Riv Res Appl, Vol. 19, Page(s): 219-31

Gibbins, Chris; Damia Vericat, Ramon J. Batalla, and Carlos M. Gomez. 2007. Shaking and moving: low rates of sediment transport trigger mass drift of stream invertebrates. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 64, Num. 1, Page(s): 1-5

Gregory P. Schumer, Gary P. Kobinger, Maria F. Medina, Daniel J. Weiner, James M. Wilson. 0000. Long term expression and biodistribution of HIV vector pseudotyped with deletion mutant of the Ebola envelope glycoprotein following installation in an airway of non-human primate -Abstract. Series: Molecular Therapy, Vol. 9,

Henry M. Ohlendorf, David J. Hoffman, Michael K Saiki, Thomas W. Aldrich. 1986. Embryonic mortality and abnormalities of aquatic birds: apparent impacts of selenium from irrigation drainwater. Series: The Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 52, Page(s): 49-63

Ireland, S.C., R.C.P. Beamesderfer, V.L. Paragamian, V.D. Wakkinen & J.T. Siple. 2002. Success of hatchery-reared juvenile white sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) following release in the Kootenai River, Idaho, USA. Journal of Applied Ichthyology, Vol. 18, Page(s): 642-650

J.Y. Takekawa, A.K. Miles, D.H. Schoellhamer, N.D. Athearn, Michael K. Saiki, W.D. Duffy, S. Kleinschmidt, G.G. Shellenbarger, C.A. Jannusch. 2006. Trophic structure and avian communities across a salinity gradient in evaporation ponds of the San Francisco Bay estuary. Series: Hydrobiologia, Vol. 567, Page(s): 307-327

James M. Barron , Nathan R. Jensen , Paul J. Anders , Joshua P. Egan , Susan C. Ireland and Kenneth D. Cain. 2013. Effects of Stocking Density on Survival and Yield of North American Burbot Reared under Semi-Intensive Conditions. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 142, Num. 6, Page(s): 1680-1687

Jensen, Nathan R.; Paul J. Anders, Carol A. Hoffman, Lucas S. Porter, Susan C. Ireland, and Kenneth D. Cain. 2011. Performance and Macronutrient Composition of Age-0 Burbot Fed Four Diet Treatments. Series: North American Journal of Aquaculture, Vol. 73, Page(s): 360-368

Joe Merz, Scott Hamilton, Paul S. Bergman, Bradley Cavallo. 2011. Spatial perspective for delta smelt: a summary of contemporary survey data. Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 4, Num. 97, Page(s): 164-189

Joseph Craig, Rober Hacker. 1940. The history and development of the fisheries of the Columbia River. Fisheries, Vol. 32, Page(s): 133-216

Joseph E. Merz, Jose D. Setka, Gregory B. Pasternack, Joseph M. Wheaton. 2004. Predicting Benefits of Spawning-habitat Rehabilitation to Salmonid (Oncorhyncus spp.) Fry Production in a Regulated California River. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 61, Page(s): 1433-1446

Joseph E. Merz, Leigh K. Ochikubo Chan. 2005. Effects of Gravel Augmentation on Macroinvertebrate Assemblages in a Regulated California River. Vol. 21, Page(s): 61-74

Joseph E. Merz, Ph.D, Jose D. Setka. 2004. Evaluation of a Spawning Habitat Enhancement Site for Chinook Salmon in a Regulated California River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Vol. 24, Page(s): 397-407

Joseph M Wheaton, James Brasington, Stephen E Darby, Jospeph Merz, Gregory B Pasternack, David A Sear, Damia Vericat. 2010. Linking geomorphic changes to salmonid habitat at a scale relevant to fish. Series: River Research and Applications, Vol. 26, Page(s): 469-486

Lee, C.G.; A. P. Farrell, A. Lotto, M. J. MacNutt, S. G. Hinch and M. C. Healey. 2003. The effect of temperature on swimming performance and oxygen consumption in adult sockeye (Oncorhynchus nerka) and coho (O. kisutch) salmon stocks. Series: J of Exp Biol, Vol. 206, Page(s): 3239-3251

Limborg, Morten T.; Scott M. Blankenship, Sewall F. Young, Fred M. Utter, Lisa W. Seeb, Mette H. H. Hansen and James E. Seeb. 2011. Signatures of natural selection among lineages and habitats in Oncorhynchus mykiss. Series: Ecology and Evolution, Page(s): 1-18

MacGregor, R., R. Peterman, B. Pyper, and M. Bradford. 2002. A decision analysis framework for comparing experimental designs of projects to enhance pacific salmon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Vol. 22, Page(s): 509-527

Marie-Eve Hamelin, Mariana Baz, Yacine Abed, Christian Couture, Philippe Joubert, Edith Beaulieu, Nathalie Bellerose, Martin Plante, Corey Mallett, Gregg Schumer, Gary P. Kobinger, Guy Boivin. 2010. Oseltamivir-resistant pandemic A/H1N1 virus is as virulent as its wild-type counterpart in mice and ferrets. Series: PLos Pathogen, Vol. 7, Num. 6,

Mark R. Jennings, Michael K. Saiki. 1990. Establishment of Red Shiner, Notropis lutrensis, in the San Juaquin Valley, California. Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 76, Num. 1, Page(s): 46-57

Mark Teply, Dale McGreer, and Kevin Ceder. 2014. Using Simulation Models to Develop Riparian Buffer Strip Prescriptions. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Society of American Foresters, Vol. 3, Num. 112, Page(s): 302-311

Mark Teply, Steven P Cramer and Nicholas N Poletika. 2012. A spatially and temporally explicit model for determining the exposure of juvenile salmon to agricultural pesticides in freshwater. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, Vol. 8, Num. 2, Page(s): 271-284

Meekan, M.G.; J. J. Dodson, S. P. Good, and D. A. J. Ryan. 1998. Otolith and fish size relationships, measurement error, and size-selective mortality during the early life of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)1. NRC, Series: Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 55, Page(s): 1663-1673

Melinda R. Baerwald, Brian M. Schreier, Gregg Schumer and Bernie May. 2012. Detection of Threatened Delta Smelt in the Gut Contents of the Invasive Mississippi Silverside in the San Francisco Estuary Using TaqMan Assays. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 141, Num. 6, Page(s): 1600-1607

Merz, J. E.; S. Hamilton, P. S. Bergman and B. Cavallo. 2011. Spatial perspective for delta smelt: a summary of contemporary survey data. Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 97, Num. 4, Page(s): 164-189

Merz, Joseph E.. 2006. Subsidy from the sea. Series: Science, Vol. 313, Page(s): 148

Merz, Joseph E.. 2002. Comparison of Diets of Prickly Sculpin and Juvenile Fall-Run Chinook Salmon in the Lower Mokelumne River, California. Intranet, Series: The Southwestern Naturalist, Vol. 47, Num. 2, Page(s): 195-204

Merz, Joseph E.. 2001. Diet of Juvenile Fall-run Chinook Salmon in the lower Mokelumne River, California. Internal, Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 87, Num. 3, Page(s): 102-114

Merz, Joseph E.; Jose D. Setka, Gregory B. Pasternack, and Joseph M. Wheaton. 2004. Predicting benefits of spawning-habitat rehabilitation to salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) fry production in a regulated California river. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 61, Page(s): 1433-1446

Merz, Joseph E.; Leigh K. Ochikubo Chan. 2005. Effects of gravel augmentation on macro-invertebrate assemblages in a regulated California river. Series: River Research Applications, Vol. 21, Page(s): 61-74

Merz, Joseph E.; Merz, William R.. 2004. Morphological features used to identify chinook salmon sex during fish passage. Series: The Southwestern Naturalist, Vol. 49, Page(s): 197-202

Merz, Joseph E.; Michelle Workman, Doug Threloff, and Brad Cavallo. 2013. Salmon Lifecycle Considerations to Guide Stream Management: Examples from California’s Central Valley. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science, Vol. 11, Num. 2, Page(s): 26 pgs

Merz, Joseph E.; Pasternack, Gregory B.; Wheaton, Joseph M.. 2006. Sediment budget for salmonid spawning habitat rehabilitation in a regulated river. Elsevier, Series: Geomorphology, Vol. 76, Page(s): 207-228

Merz, Joseph E.; Paul Skvorc, Susan M. Sogard, Clark Watry, Scott M. Blankenship & Erwin E. Van Nieuwenhuyse. 2012. Onset of Melanophore Patterns in the Head Region of Chinook Salmon: A Natural Marker for the Reidentification of Individual Fish. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Vol. 32, Num. 4, Page(s): 806-816

Merz, Joseph E.; Peter B. Moyle. 2006. Salmon, wildlife, and wine: marine-derived nutrients in human-dominated ecosystems of central California. ESA, Series: Ecological Applications, Vol. 16, Num. 3, Page(s): 999-1009

Merz, Joseph E.; Setka, Jose D.. 2004. Evaluation of a spawning habitat enhancement site for chinook salmon in a regulated California river. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Vol. 24, Page(s): 397-407

Michael K. Saiki. 1997. Survey of small fishes and environmental conditions in Mugu Lagoon, California, and tidally inflluenced reaches of its tributaries. Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 83, Num. 4, Page(s): 153-167

Michael K. Saiki. 1990. Elemental concentrations in fishes from the Salton Sea, southwestern California. Series: Water, Air, and Soil Pollution, Vol. 52, Page(s): 41-56

Michael K. Saiki. 1987. Relation of length and sex to selenium concentration in mosquitofish. Series: Environmental Pollution, Vol. 47, Page(s): 171-186

Michael K. Saiki. 1984. Environmental conditions and fish faunas in low elevation rivers on the irrigated San Joaquin Valley floor, California. Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 70, Num. 3, Page(s): 145-157

Michael K. Saiki. 1976. Mean bulk index method of fish food analysis. Series: The Progressive Fish-Culturist, Vol. 38, Num. 1, Page(s): 55-56

Michael K. Saiki, Barbara A. Martin. 2001. Survey of fishes and environmental conditions in Abbotts Lagoon, Point Reyes National Seashore, California. Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 87, Num. 4, Page(s): 123-187

Michael K. Saiki, Barbara A. Martin. 1996. Vacuum hand pump apparatus for collecting water samples from a horizontal intragravel pipe. Series: North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Vol. 16, Page(s): 231-232

Michael K. Saiki, Barbara A. Martin, Glen W. Knowles, Patrick W. Tennant. 2007. Life history and ecological characteristics of the santa ana sucker, Catostomus santaanae. Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 93, Num. 3, Page(s): 87-101

Michael K. Saiki, Barbara A. Martin, Larry D. Thompson, Daniel Welsh. 2001. Copper, cadmium, and zinc concentrations in juvenile chinook salmon and selected fish-forage (aquatic insects) in the upper Sacramento River, California. Series: Water, Air and Soil Pollutions, Vol. 132, Page(s): 127-139

Michael K. Saiki, Barbara A. Martin, Steven E. Schwarzbach, Thomas W. May. 2001. Effects of agricultural drainwater bypass on fishes inhabiting the Grassland Water District and the lower San Joaquin River, California. Series: North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Vol. 21, Page(s): 624-635

Michael K. Saiki, Barbara A. Martin, T.W. May. 2004. Reproductiv status of western mosquitofish inhabiting selenium-contaminated waters in the Grassland Water District, Merced County, California. Series: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, Vol. 47, Page(s): 363-369

Michael K. Saiki, Barbara A. Martin, Thomas W. Anderson. 2011. Unusual dominance by desert pupfish (Cyprinodon macularius) in experimenal ponds within the Salton Sea basin. The Southwestern Naturalist, Series: Southwestern Association of Naturalists, Vol. 56, Num. 3, Page(s): 385-392

Michael K. Saiki, Barbara A. Martin, Thomas W. May. 2012. Selenium in aquatic biota inhabiting agricultural drains in the Salton Sea Basin, California. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Series: online, Vol. 184, Page(s): 5623-5640

Michael K. Saiki, Barbara A. Martin, Thomas W. May, Charles N. Alpers. 2010. Mercury concentrations in fish from a Sierra Nevada foothill reservoir located downstream from historic gold-mining operations. Series: Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, Vol. 163, Page(s): 313-326

Michael K. Saiki, Barbara A. Martin, Thomas W. May, Charles N. Alpers. 2005. Total mercury concentrations in fillets of bluegill, redear sunfish, largemouth bass, and other fishes from Lake Natoma, Sacramento County, California. Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 91, Num. 3, Page(s): 193-206

Michael K. Saiki, Charles D. Ziebell. 1976. Some trophic relationships of the largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides (Lacepede), in a southwestern impoundment. Journal of the Arizona Academy of Science, Series: Arizona-Nevada Academy of Science, Vol. 11, Num. 3, Page(s): 99-104

Michael K. Saiki, Christopher J. Schmitt. 1986. Organochlorine chemical residues in bluegills and common carp from the irrigated San Joaquin valley floor, California. Series: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, Vol. 15, Page(s): 357-366

Michael K. Saiki, Christopher J. Schmitt. 1985. Population biology of bluegills (Lepomis macrochirus) in lotic habitats on the irrigated San Joaquin valley floor. California Fish and Game, Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 71, Num. 4, Page(s): 225-244

Michael K. Saiki, D.P. Monda, B.L. Bellerud. 1999. Lethal levels of selected water quality variables to larval and juvenile Lost River and shortnose suckers. Environmental Pollution, Series: Environmental Pollution, Vol. 105, Page(s): 37-44

Michael K. Saiki, D.T. Castleberry, T.W. May, B.A. Martin, F.N. Bullard. 1995. Copper, cadmium, and zinc concentrations in aquatic food chains from the upper Sacramento River (California) and selected tributaries. Series: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, Vol. 29, Page(s): 484-491

Michael K. Saiki, Donald U. Palawski. 1990. Selenium and other elements in juvenile striped bass from the San Joaquin valley and San Francisco esturary, California. Series: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, Vol. 19, Page(s): 717-730

Michael K. Saiki, Francine H. Mejia. 2009. Utilization by fishes of the Alviso Island ponds and adjacent waters in south San Francisco Bay following restoration to tidal influence. California Fish and Game, Series: California Fish and Game, Vol. 95, Num. 1, Page(s): 38-52

Michael K. Saiki, Jerry C. Tash. 1978. Unusual population dynamics in largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides (Lacepede), caused by a seasonally flucuating food supply. American Midland Naturalist, Series: University of Notre Dame, Vol. 100, Num. 1, Page(s): 116-125

Michael K. Saiki, Mark R. Jennings, Raymond H. Wiedmeyer. 1992. Toxicity of agricultural subsurface drainwater from the San Joaquin valley, California, to juvenile chinook salmon and striped bass. Series: Transaction of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 121, Page(s): 78-93

Michael K. Saiki, Mark R. Jennings, Thomas W. May. 1992. Selenium and other elements in freshwater fishes from the irrigated San Joaquin valley, California. Series: Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 126, Page(s): 109-137

Michael K. Saiki, Mark R. Jennings, William G. Brumbaugh. 1993. Boron, molybdenum, and selenium in aquatic food chains from the lower San Joaquin River and its tributaries, California. Series: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, Vol. 24, Page(s): 307-319

Michael K. Saiki, R. Scott Ogle. 1995. Evidence of impared reproduction by western mosquitofish inhabiting seleniferous agricultural drainwater. Series: Transaction of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 124, Page(s): 578-587

Michael K. Saiki, T. Peter Lowe. 1987. Selenium in aquatic organisms from subsurface agricultural drainage water, San Joaquin valley, California. Series: Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, Vol. 16, Page(s): 657-670

Michael K. Saiki, Thomas W. May. 1988. Trace element residues in bluegills and common carp from the lower San Joaquin River, California and its tributaries. Series: The Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 74, Page(s): 199-217

Miller, Jessica A.; Ayesha Gray, and Joseph Merz. 2010. Quantifying the contribution of juvenile migratory phenotypes in a population of Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha. Marine Ecology Progress Series, Vol. 408, Page(s): 227-240

Mitchell, Sean C.; Cunjak, Richard A.. 2007. Relationship of upstream migrating adult Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and stream discharge within Catamaran Brook, New Brunswick. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 64, Page(s): 563-573

Mueter, Franz J., Brian J. Pyper & Randall M. Peterman. 2005. Relationships between Coastal Ocean Conditions and Survival Rates of Northeast Pacific Salmon at Multiple Lags. Transactions, Vol. 134, Num. 1, Page(s): 105-119

Mueter, Franz J., Randall M. Peterman, and Brian J. Pyper. 2003. Corrigendum: Opposite effects of ocean temperature on survival rates of 120 stocks of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) in northern and southern areas. NRC, Series: CJFAS, Vol. 60, Num. 6, Page(s): 757

Nicholas N. Poletika, Mark Teply, Lawrence G. Dominguez, Steven P. Cramer, Mark J. Schocken, Clifford Habig, Matthew Kern, Hugo Ochoa-Acuna, and Gary C. Mitchell. 2012. A Spatially and Temporally Explicit Risk Assessment for Salmon from a Prey Base Exposed to Agricultural Insecticides. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Integrated Environmental Assessment and Management, Vol. 8, Num. 2, Page(s): 285-300

North, J.A.; Beamesderfer, R.C.; Rien, T.A.. 1993. Distribution and movements of white sturgeon in three lower Columbia River reservoirs. NW Science, Vol. 67, Page(s): 105-111

P. J. Paquet, T. Flagg, A. Appleby, J. Barr, L. Blankenship, D. Campton, M. Delarm, T. Evelyn, D. Fast, J. Gislason, P. Kline, D. Maynard, L. Mobrand, G. Nandor, P. Seidel and S. Smith. 2011. Hatcheries, Conservation, and Sustainable Fisheries—Achieving Multiple Goals: Results of the Hatchery Scientific Review Group's Columbia River Basin Review. Series: Fisheries, Vol. 36, Num. 11, Page(s): 547-561

Palm, Daniel; Eva Brännäs, Fabio Lepori, Kjell Nilsson, and Stefan Stridsman. 2007. The influence of spawning habitat restoration on juvenile brown trout (Salmo trutta) density. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, Vol. 64, Page(s): 509-515

Paragamian, Vaughn L., ; Raymond C.P. Beamesderfer; Susan C. Ireland. 2005. Status, population dynamics, and future prospects of the endangered Kootenai River white sturgeon population with and without hatchery intervention. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 134, Page(s): 518-532

Paragamian, Vaughn L.; Beamesderfer, Raymond C.P.. 2004. Dilemma on the Kootenai River - The risk of extinction or when does the hatchery become the best option?. AFS, Series: Symp, Vol. 44, Page(s): 377-85

Paragamian, Vaughn L.; Raymond C. P. Beamesderfer. 2003. Growth Estimates from Tagged White Sturgeon Suggest That Ages from Fin Rays Underestimate True Age in the Kootenai River, USA and Canada. AFS, Series: TAFS, Vol. 132, Num. 5, Page(s): 895-903

Paragamian, Vaughn L; Pyper, Brian J.; Daigneault, Michael J.; Beamesderfer, Raymond C.P.; Ireland, Susan C.. 2008. Population dynamics and extinction risk of burbot in the Kootenai River, Idaho, USA and British Columbia, Canada. AFS, Series: Symp, Vol. 59, Page(s): 213-34

Paul Bergman, M.J. Hansen, N.A. Nate. 2011. Relationship between electrofishing catch rate and adult trout abundance in Wisconsin streams.. Series: North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Vol. 31, Page(s): 952-961

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Ackerman, Nicklas K.; Kathryn Arendt and Steven P. Cramer. 2008. Population Life-Cycle Model for Lower Clackamas River Salmonids: Technical Memorandum 3. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Prepared for: Portland General Electric,

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Cramer, Steve. 1992. The occurrence of winter-run Chinook in the Sacramento River near the intake of the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District. Series: Submitted to Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District, Willows, CA.,

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David L. Smith, Gardner Johnston, Ted Williams. 2005. Natural Streamflow Estimates for Watersheds in the Lower Yakima River.

Demko, Douglas B.; and Steven P. Cramer. 1993. Evaluation of Juvenile Chinook Entrainment at the South Yuba-Brophy Diversion Headworks. Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

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Doug Demko, Andrea Fuller and Steve Cramer. 1999. Juvenile Chinook Migration Characteristics in the Stanislaus River, 1999.

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Ericksen, Randy; Craig Contor and Darryl Thompson. 2010. Meacham Creek Juvenile Steelhead Production and Smolt Survival. Internal, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Eve M. Elkins, Gregory B. Pasternack, Joseph E. Merz. 2007. Use of Slope Creation for Rehabilitation Incised, Regulated, Gravel Bed Rivers.

Gardner Johnston, Nicklaus Ackerman, Brandee Gerke. 2005. Chapter 4: East Fork Lewis River Basin - Habitat Assessment. Series: Research Briefs,

Hedgecock, D., M.A. Banks, V.K. Rashbrook, C.A. Dean & S.M. Blankenship. 2001. Applications of population genetics to conservation of chinook salmon diversity in the Central Valley. In: Brown RL, editor. Fish. Bul. 179: Contributions to the biology of Central Valley salmonids. Sacramento (CA): California Department Fish and Game,

Hill, Ryan A. & Brian J. Pyper. 1998. Implications of a bayesian approach for simulating salmon population dynamics. Alaska Sea Grant College Program, Series: AD-SG-98-01,

Holderman C., G. Hoyle, Ryan Hardy, Paul Anders, Peter Ward, Hassen Yassien. 2009. Libby Dam Hydro-electric Project Mitigation: Efforts for Downstream Ecosystem Restoration.

Holderman, C., Hoyle, G., Hardy, R., Anders, P., Ward, P., and Yassien, H.. 2009. Libby Dam Hydro-electric Project Mitigation: Efforts for Downstream Ecosystem Restoration.

Holderman, Charlie; Bahman Shafii, Paul Anders and Gary Lester. 2009. Characterization of the Kootenai River Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Community before and after Experimental Nutrient Addition, 2003 - 2006. Series: Chapter 3 in Kootenai River Macroinvertebrate Characterization, 2009 KTOI Report,

Holderman, Charlie; Bahman Shafii, Paul Anders and Genny Hoyle. 2010. Characterization of Kootenai River Water Quality before and after Experimental Nutrient Addition, 2003 – 2008. Series: Prepared for: Kootenai Tribe of Idaho Bonners Ferry, ID. BPA Project: 1994-049-00, Contract No. 42614,

Holderman, Charlie; Paul Anders, Bahman Shafii and Eva Schindler. 2009. Characterization of the Kootenai River Algae Community and Primary Productivity before and after Experimental Nutrient Addition, 2004–2007. Series: Chptr 2 in Kootenai River Algal Community Characterization, 2009 KTOI REPORT,

Hoyle, G. M., C. Holderman, P. J. Anders, B. Shafii, and K. I. Ashley. 2014. Water quality, chlorophyll, and periphyton responses to nutrient addition in the Kootenai River, Idaho. Freshwater Science, Series: Freshwater Science, Vol. 33, Page(s): 1024-1029

Hoyle, Genny; Bahman Shafii, Paul Anders and Charlie Holderman. 2011. Fine-scale Characterization of Kootenai River Water Chemistry, Chlorophyll Accrual, and Periphyton Taxonomy during Experimental Nutrient Addition. Series: Prepared for: Kootenai Tribe of Idaho Bonners Ferry, ID.,

Ian Courter, Jay Vaughan, Shadia Duery. 2010. 2010 Tule Lake Sucker Relocation Report. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Ian Courter, Lauren Courter, Tommy Garrison, Dan Cramer, Shadia Duery, David Child, Todd Hanna, and Erica Buckner. 2012. Effects of the Aquatic Herbicide Cascade on Survival of Salmon and Steelhead Smolts During Seawater Transition. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Ian Courter, Shadia Duery, Jay Vaughan, Chris Peery, Mark Morasch, Rebecca McCoun, Benjamin Clemens and Carl Schreck. 2012. Migration Behavior and Distribution of Adult Pacific Lamprey in the Willamette Basin. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Report prepared for The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission,

Ian I. Courter, Steve P. Cramer, Randy Ericksen, Casey Justice, Brian Pyper. 2008. Klamath Coho Life-Cycle Model Final Report. Series: J of Exp Biol,

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J. A. Henning and S. M. Blankenship. 2008. The Differentiation of Fall and Spring Chinook Stocks at Mayfield Collection Facility, 2007. Series: Report for Tacoma Public Utilities, Tacoma Power,

J. A. Henning and S. M. Blankenship. 2006. The Differentiation of Fall and Spring Chinook Stocks at Mayfield Collection Facility, 2006. Series: Report for Tacoma Public Utilities, Tacoma Power,

J.M. Wheaton, G.B. Pasternack, Joseph E. Merz, Ph.D.. 2004. Use of Habitat Heterogeneity in Salmonid Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation Design.

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John Montgomery, Clark B. Watry, Ayesha Gray, Casey Justice, and Joseph E. Merz. 2008. Juvenile Salmonid Out-migration Monitoring at Hatfield State Park in the Lower Merced River, California: 2008 Annual Data Report.

Johnston, Gardner; Fox, Martin; Lando, Jody. 2008. Lewis River Large Woody Debris Assessment. PacifiCorp,

Joseph E. Merz, Michael Beakes, and Clark B. Watry. 2010. Effects of the Sunrise Side Channel Project on Salmonid Habitat Suitability and Use in the Lower American River, California. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Joseph E. Merz, Paul S. Bergman, Jenny F. Melgo, and Scott Hamilton. 2013. Longfin Smelt: Spacial Dynamics and Ontogeny in the San Fancisco Estuary, California. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Joseph M. Wheaton, Gregory B. Pasternack, Joseph E. Merz. 2004. Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation - I. Conceptual Approach and Methods.

Joseph Merz, Ben Rook, Clark Watry, Steve Zeug. 2012. Evaluation of the 2008-2010 Sailor Bar gravel placements on Lower American River, California. Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Joseph Merz, Ph.D.. 2010. Scott River Spawning Gravel Evaluation and Enhancement Plan. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Joseph Merz, Ph.D.. 2010. Evaluation of the 2008 and 2009 Sailor Bar Gravel Placements on the Lower American River, California. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Katy Washburn and Joseph Merz. 2008. Distribution, Density, and Potential Impacts of the New Zealand Mudsnail Potamopyrgus antipodarum on Resident Aquatic Macroinvertebrate Assemblages of the Lower Mokelumne River, California October 2007 Sampling Period. Internal, Series: Department of Biological Sciences California State University Sacramento and Cramer Fish Sciences,

Keith D. Underwood, Colin G. Chapman, Nicklaus K. Ackerman, Kenneth L. Witty, Steven P. Cramer, and Michael L. Hughes. 2003. Hood River Production Program Review 1991-2001.. Cramer Fish Sciences,

Kerry O'Neal, Steven P. Cramer. 1999. Fish and Habitat Survey of the Lower Sandy and Bull Run Rivers. Cramer Fish Sciences,

Kirsten Sellheim and Steven P. Cramer. 2013. Lassen Lodge Hydropower Project: Salmonid Habitat Assessment for Upper South Fork Battle Creek. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Kootenai Tribe of Idaho, S.P. Cramer and Associates. 2005. Kootenai River / Kootenay Lake Burbot Conservation Strategy.

Kruse, Gretchen; Bahman Shafii, Genny Hoyle, Charlie Holderman and Paul Anders. 2011. Lower Kootenai River Ecosystem Biomonitoring: Pre- and Post- Experimental Nutrient Addition. Series: Prepared for: Kootenai Tribe of Idaho Bonners Ferry, ID. Project No. 199404900, Contract No. 49073,

KTOI (Kootenai Tribe of Idaho). 2007. Kootenai River White Sturgeon Conservation Aquaculture Program 1990-2007 (2nd Edition). Bonners Ferry, Idaho. Report edited by R. Beamesderfer and P. Anders, Cramer Fish Sciences,

Lawrence G. Dominguez, Steven P. Cramer, and Shadia Duery. 2010. Temperature Characteristics Of Herman Creek Cove and Its Function As A Cool-Water Refuge For Adult Salmon and Steelhead In The Columbia River. Series: Cramer Fish Sciences prepared for Nestlé Water North America,

Lucius K. Caldwell and Steven P. Cramer. 2015. Oregon Coast Coho ESA Status Review Comments: Analysis of historical data and alternate hypotheses for esimating population dynamics. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Mark Teply. 2012. Montana Lakes Assessment. Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Mark Teply and Kevin Ceder. 2012. Validation of Shade Prediction Models Used to Evaluate Forest Practices Regulations in Idaho and the Idaho Forestry Program. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Mark Teply, Loren Bahls. 2006. Diatom biocriteria for Montana streams-middle Rockies ecoregion, 2006. Series: Larix Systems, Inc,

Mark Teply, Loren Bahls. 2005. Diatoms biocriteria for Montana streams 2005. Series: Larix Systems, Inc.,

McElhany, Paul; Chilcote, Mark; Myers, James; Beamesderfer, Ray. 2007. Viability status of Oregon salmon and steelhead populations in the Willamette and lower Columbia basins. ODFW/NMFS,

Merz, J.E. and C. D. Vanicek. 1996. Comparative feeding habits of juvenile Chinook salmon, steelhead, and Sacramento squawfish in the lower American River, California. Internal, Series: California Fish and Game 82(4):149-159,

Merz, J.E.; D. G. Delaney, J.D. Setka, and M.L. Workman. 2015. Seasonal Rearing Habitat in a Large Mediterranean-Climate River: Management Implications at the Southern Extent of Pacific Salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.). Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: River Research and Applications, Vol. Early View, published online 9-18-2015,

Michael Daigneault, Steven P. Cramer, Nicklaus K. Ackerman. 2005. Resource Protection Plan for the Tieton Dam Stilling Basin, Rimrock Reservoir, WA.

Minshall, G.W., B. Shafii, W. J. Price, C. Holderman, P. J. Anders, G. Lester and P. Barrett. 2014. Effects of nutrient replacement on benthic macroinvertebrates in an ultra-oligotrophic reach of the Kootenai River, 2003-2010. Freshwater Science, Series: Freshwater Science, Vol. 33, Num. 33, Page(s): 1009-1023

Murphy, K.; L. Dominguez, B. Bookheim, Principal Authors. 2008. Fidalgo Bay Environmental Aquatic Reserve Management Plan. Series: Washington Department of Natural Resources, Aquatic Resources Division, Olympia, WA, Page(s): 82 pp.

Neeley, Doug; Ken Witty and Steven P. Cramer. 1994. Northwest Oregon Salmon and Steelhead Production Facilities Genetic Risk Assessment of the Grande Ronde Master Plan. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Prepared for- Nez Perce Tribe; Umatilla Confederated Tribes; Warm Springs Confederated Tribes; Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife,

Neil K. Ashton, Paul J. Anders, Shawn P. Young & Kenneth D. Cain. 2014. Coded Wire Tag and Passive Integrated Transponder Tag Implantations in Juvenile Burbot. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Vol. 34, Num. 2, Page(s): 391-400

Nicklaus K. Ackerman, Alex Kalin, Steven P. Cramer, Craig R. Contor, Gene Shippentower, and Darryl Thompson. 2003. Evaluation of Juvenile Salmonid Outmigration and Survival In the Lower Umatilla River Basin..

Nicklaus K. Ackerman, Casey Justice, Steve Cramer. 2007. Juvenile Steelhead Carrying Capacity of the Upper Deschutes Basin.

Nicklaus K. Ackerman, Steven P. Cramer, and Joseph R. Carlson. 2002. Estimation of Production Potential for Anadromous Salmonids Above Keechelus Dam in the Yakima Basin..

Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC). 2005. Klamath River fall chinook stock-recruitment analysis. Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC),

Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC). 1994. Technical Appendix to the Klamath River fall chinook review team report. Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC),

Paragamian, Vaughn L.; Brian J. Pyper, Michael J. Daigneault, Raymond C.P. Beamesderfer, and Susan C. Ireland. 2004. Kootenai River Fisheries Investigations; Stock Status of Burbot, 2003-2004 Annual Report. Series: Idaho Fish and Game, Contract No. 88-BI-93497, Page(s): 92 pp.

Paul Anders, Jim Dunnigan, Jason Flory, Greg Hoffman, Sue Ireland, Matt Neufeld, and Pete Rust. 2014. A Developmental Template-Based Characterization of Recruitment Failure for Endangered Kootenai River White Sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus), with Application to Other Sturgeon Populations. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Peter M. Stevens, Steve Cramer, Phil Gaskill and Forrest Carpenter. 2014. RAPID HABITAT ASSESSMENT FOR ABERNATHY CREEK: An Application of the Unit Characteristic Method.

Randall Brown, Brad Cavallo, Kristopher Jones. 2004. The Effects of the Feather River hatchery on naturally spawning salmonids. Series: DWR,

Ray Beamesderfer, Adrienne Vincent. 2012. Annette Islands reserve salmon fisheries 2012 surveillance visit report. Series: SCS,

Ray Beamesderfer, Alison Squier, Dani Evenson. 2012. Columbia River basin white sturgeon planning and passage workshop proceedings.

Ray Beamesderfer, Casey Justice. 2008. Sturgeon Hatchery Release Targets.

Ray Beamesderfer, DL, RT. 2012. Ozernaya sockeye salmon fishery: publication cerification report. Series: MRAG Americas, Inc.,

Ray Beamesderfer, Guy Norman. 2003. Review of Live Capture Selective Harvest Methods Study.

Ray Beamesderfer, Tommy Garrison, and Paul Anders. 2014. Abundance & Survival of the Remnant Kootenai River White Sturgeon Population. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Ray Beamesderfer, Tommy Garrison, and Paul Anders. 2014. Release Numbers, Movements, Growth, Condition, Survival & Abundance of Hatchery-Reared Juvenile Sturgeon in the Kootenai River. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Raymond C. P. Beamesderfer, Gabriel Kopp and Douglas Demko. 2005. Review of the Distribution, Life History and Population Dynamics of Green Sturgeon with reference to California’s Central Valley. Internal, Series: S.P Cramer and Associates, Inc, Gresham, Oregon,

Raymond C.P. Beamesderfer. 2002. Upper Cook Inlet Fishery Management Proposals..

Raymond C.P. Beamesderfer and Molly A.H. Webb. 2002. Green Sturgeon Status Review Information..

Raymond C.P. Beamesderfer, Alex Kalin, and Steven P. Cramer. 2001. Analysis of Pit Tag Detections for the Clackamas River.. Cramer Fish Sciences,

Raymond C.P. Beamesderfer, Alex Kalin, Caryn E.G. Ackerman, Steven P. Cramer. 2002. Analysis of Cutthroat Trout Population Viability in Timothy Lake, Oregon..

Raymond C.P. Beamesderfer, Bernard T. Romey, Barbara Taylor, Alex Kalin, and Steven P. Cramer. 2001. Issue F2 Documentation of Existing and Historic Habitat and Native and Introduced Fish in the Clackamas Basin..

Raymond C.P. Beamesderfer, Michele Simpson, Gabriel Kopp, Jim Inman, Andrea Fuller, and Douglas B. Demko. 2004. Historical and Current Information on Green Sturgeon Occurrence in the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers and Tributaries..

Rene F. Pellissier and Steven P. Cramer. 2001. Monitoring of Juvenile Fish Passage at Savage Rapids Dam, 2000..

Rene F. Pellissier, Steven P. Cramer, Alex Kalin, Caryn E. G. Ackerman. 2002. Monitoring of Juvenile Fish Passage at Savage Rapids Dam, 2001..

Rooks, Heidi; Cavallo, Bradley; Seesholtz, Alicia. 2005. Adult chinook salmon migration and holding patterns. CDWR,

S. M. Blankenship, and J. A. Henning. 2010. The Differentiation of Fall and Spring Chinook Stocks at Mayfield Collection Facility, 2006 - 2009. Series: Report for Tacoma Public Utilities, Tacoma Power,

S. M. Blankenship, C Bowman, and G. M. Temple. 2009. Genetic Comparisons Between Oncorhynchus mykiss Juvenile Migrants and Mature Residents From the Upper Yakima River. Series: Yakima Klickitat Fishery Project report,

S. M. Blankenship, C. A. Dean, and K. I. Warheit. 2011. Genetic Analysis of greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) at the Yakima Training Center post-Augmentation. Series: Report to Department of Defense under Cooperative Management Agreement W911S8-08-G-4000,

S. M. Blankenship, C. A. Dean, D. K. Hawkins, K. M. Hughes, J. F. Von Bargen, and K. I. Warheit. 2009. South Fork Nooksack Chinook Supplementation: Genetic Analysis and Rearing. Series: Report to Pacific Salmon Commission – Southern Boundary Restoration and Enhancement Fund,

S. M. Blankenship, C. A. Dean, J. F. Von Bargen, and A. R. Murdoch. 2008. Assessing the Genetic Diversity of Lake Wenatchee Sockeye Salmon And Evaluating The Effectiveness Of Its Supportive Hatchery Supplementation Program. Series: Report to Chelan County PUD and Habitat Conservation Plan’s Hatchery Committee,

S. M. Blankenship, C. A. Dean, M. P. Small. 2007. Comparison of Adult Steelhead and Resident Trout Collected at Roza Dam in 2006 to Available DNA-based Microsatellite Genetic Data. Series: Yakima Klickitat Fishery Project report,

S. M. Blankenship, C. Bowman, K. I. Warheit, and A. Murdock. 2009. Methow Basin Steelhead – Evaluating The Effects Of The Supplementation Program. Series: Report to Douglas County PUD and Wells Habitat Conservation Plan Hatchery Committee,

S. M. Blankenship, J. F. Packer, C. A. Dean, K. I. Warheit, and D. K. Hawkins. 2008. Genetic Mixed Stock Analysis of Summer Mark-Selective and Winter Nonselective Recreational Chinook Fisheries in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Series: Report to Pacific Salmon Commission – Southern Boundary Restoration and Enhancement Fund,

S. M. Blankenship, J. F. Von Bargen, and K. D. Truscott. 2006. Genetic analysis of White River juveniles retained for captive brood at AquaSeed to assess the hatchery status of contributing parents. Series: Report to Grant County PUD,

S. M. Blankenship, J. F. Von Bargen, K. I. Warheit, and A. R. Murdoch. 2007. Assessing the Genetic Diversity of Natural Chiwawa River Spring Chinook Salmon and Evaluating the Effectiveness of its Supportive Hatchery Supplementation Program. Series: Report to Chelan County PUD and Habitat Conservation Plan’s Hatchery Committee,

S. M. Blankenship, M. P. Small, and J. D. Bumgarner. 2009. Temporal stability of genetic variation within natural populations of summer steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) receiving mitigation hatchery fish. Series: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, Vol. 138, Page(s): 1052-1064

S.P. Cramer and Associates. 2002. Upper Columbia White Sturgeon Recovery Plan.

Scott Blankenship, Mark Teply, Larry Dominguez and Gregg Schumer. 2011. Sampling and analysis to assess brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) population trends in High Lake (Oregon) using environmental DNA monitoring 2011 Report. Series: Cramer Fish Sciences, prepared for Burns Paiute Tribe,

Scott M. Blankenship, Todd W. Kassler, and Kenneth I. Warheit. 2011. The Origin of Marked-Untagged Chinook Found on the Skagit River Spawning Grounds. Series: Report to Pacific Salmon Commission – Southern Boundary Restoration and Enhancement Fund. (Available at Washington Department Fish and Wildlife, Olympia, WA).,

Secor, David H., Paul J. Anders, Webster Van Winkle and Douglas A. Dixon. 2002. Can we study sturgeons to extinction? What we do and don't know about the conservation of North American sturgeons. In: Van Winkle, Webster, Paul J. Anders, David H. Secor and Douglas A. Dixon (eds.), Biology, Management, and Protection of North American Sturgeon, pp. 3-10. AFS Symposium 28. AFS, Bethesda, Series: Symp, Page(s): 8 pp.

Sellheim, K.L.; C.B. Watry, B. Rook, S.C. Zeug, J. Hannon, J. Zimmerman, K. Dove, and J.E. Merz. 2015. Juvenile Salmonid Utilization of Floodplain Rearing Habitat After Gravel Augmentation in a Regulated River. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: River Research and Applications, Vol. On-line, DOI: 10.1002/rra.2876, Num. Early Release,

Steve Zeug, Kirsten Sellheim, Jenny Melgo and Joseph Merz. 2016. Stanislaus River Juvenile Chinook Salmon Survival Study. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences, Page(s): 63

Steven P. Cramer. 2011. Status of Upper Klamath Chinook, Special Report. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Steven P. Cramer and Kevin Ceder. 2013. Stream Flows and Potential Production of Spring-Run Chinook Salmon and Steelhead in the Upper South Fork of Battle Creek, California. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Steven P. Cramer, Charles F. Willis, Doug Cramer, Max Smith, Tim Downey, Rollie Montagne. 1996. Status of Willamette River Spring Chinook Salmon in Regards to the Federal Endangered Species Act.

Steven P. Cramer, D.B. Lister, Patrick A. Monk and Kenneth L. Witty. 2003. A Review of Abundance Trends, Hatchery and Wild Fish Interactions, and Habitat Features for the Middle Columbia Steelhead ESU. Cramer Fish Sciences to Mid Columbia Stakeholders, Yakima, Washington,

Steven P. Cramer, D.B. Lister, Patrick A. Monk, Brian J. Pyper, and Kenneth L. Witty. 2005. Viability of the Middle Columbia Steelhead ESU. Update March 2005.. Cramer Fish Sciences prepared for Yakima Basin Joint Board, Yakima, Washington,

Steven P. Cramer, D.B. Lister, Patrick A. Monk, Brian J. Pyper, and Kenneth L. Witty. 2004. Viability of the Middle Columbia Steelhead ESU.

Steven P. Cramer, Donald W. Alley, Aldaron Laird, Jean E. Balridge, William T. Mitchell, et al.. 1995. The Status of Steelhead Populations in California in Regards to the Endangered Species Act.

Steven P. Cramer, Doug B. Demko, Colin G. Chapman, Michele L. Simpson, Gabriel J. R. Kopp. 2005. Potential Fish Benefits from Screens or Screening Modifications at Sutter Mutual Water Company, Relcamation District 108, and M&T Ranch/Llano Seco. Series: CJFAS,

Steven P. Cramer, Doug Demko, Craig Fleming, Tomas Loera. 1990. Survival of juvenile Chinook at the Glenn-Colusa irrigation district's intake executive summary.

Steven P. Cramer, Doug Demko, Craig Fleming, Tomas Loera. 1990. Survival of juvenile Chinook at the Glenn-Colusa irrigation district's intake progress report. Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Steven P. Cramer, Dr. James Norris, Jeffery S. Hogle, Dr. Phillip R. Mundy, Dr. Cleveland Steward, Glen Gretta, and Peter Bahls. 1999. Status of Chinook Salmon and their Habitat in Puget Sound Vol. II.. Series: Research Briefs,

Steven P. Cramer, Jason Vaughan, Mark T. Teply, Shadia Duery. 2012. Potential gains in anadromous salmonid production from restoration of Beaver Creek (Sandy River Basin, Oregon). Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Steven P. Cramer, Jeffrey S. Hogle, Devin Simmons. 1998. Fish and Habitat Survey of the Lower Sandy and Bull Run Rivers.

Steven P. Cramer, Kenneth L. Witty, Bernard T. Romey, and Kerry P. O’Neal. 1999. Distribution, Life History, and Abundance of Redband Trout in the Great Basin..

Steven P. Cramer, Mark Teply, Dale McGreer and Dennis Schult. 2003. Derivation of Viable Population Targets (Delisting Goals) for ESA-Listed Salmonids.. Prepared for Discovery Institute,

Steven P. Cramer, Michael Daigneault, Mark Teply. 2004. Integrated Modeling Framework User's Guide. S.P. Cramer & Associates prepared for California Urban Water Agencies and State Water Contractors,

Steven P. Cramer, Michael Daigneault, Mark Teply and R2 Resource Consultants. 2004. Conceptual Framework for an Integrated Life Cycle Model of Winter-Run Chinook Salmon in the Sacramento River. Series: S.P. Cramer & Associates prepared for California Urban Water Agencies,

Steven P. Cramer, Nicklaus K. Ackerman, Dr. Jody Brauner Lando. 2005. Viability of Oregon Coastal Coho: Comments on Oregon's 2005 Assessment.

Steven P. Cramer, Nicklaus K. Ackerman, Jody Brauner Lando, Brian J. Pyper. 2004. Viability of Coho Salmon Populations on the Oregon and Northern California Coasts: 2004 Update.

Steven P. Cramer, Raymond C.P. Beamesderfer. 2006. Population Dynamics, Habitat Capacity, and a Life History Simulation Model for Steelhead in the Deschutes River, Oregon. Cramer Fish Sciences, prepared for Portland General Electric, Portland Oregon,

Steven P. Cramer, Rene F. Pellissier. 1998. Monitoring of Juvenile Fish Passage at Savage Rapids Dam, 1998.

Steven P. Cramer, Thomas D. Satterwaite, Raymond B. Boyce, Barry P. McPherson. 1985. Impacts of Lost Creek Dam on the Biology of Anadromous Salmonids in the Rogue River.

Steven P. Cramer, Thomas D. Satterwaite, Raymond R. Boyce, Barry P. McPherson. 1985. Lost Creek Dam Fisheries Evaluation Phase I Completion Report.

Susan C. Ireland, John t. Siple, Raymond C. P. Beamesderfer, Vaughn L. Paragamian and Virginia D. Wakkinen. 2002. Success of Hatchery-Reared Juvenile White Sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) Following Release in the Kootenai River, Idaho..

Susan C. Ireland, John T. Siple, Raymond P. Beamesderfer, Vaughn L. Paragamian, Virginia D. Wakkinen. 2001. Success of Hatchery-reared Juvenile White Sturgeon Following Release in the Kootenai River, Idaho.

Susan C. Ireland, Paul J. Anders, Ph.D., Raymond C. P. Beamesderfer. 2004. An Adaptive Multidisciplinary Conservation Aquaculture Plan for Endangered Kootenai River White Sturgeon.

T. W. Kassler, S. M. Blankenship, and A. R. Murdoch. 2011. Genetic Structure of upper Columbia River Summer Chinook and Evaluation of the Effects of Supplementation Programs. Series: Report to Habitat Conservation Plan’s Hatchery Committee,

Teply, Mark. 2010. Diatom Biocriteria for Montana Streams. Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Teply, Mark. 2010. Interpretation of Periphyton Samples from Montana Streams. Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Teply, Mark; and Larry Dominguez. 2012. Water Type Modifications on the Satsop Development Park. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Cramer Fish Sciences,

Teply, Mark; and Weikko Jaross. 2010. Land Information Management System Implementation - Phase 1. Series: Weston Solutions, Inc. and Cramer Fish Sciences. Submitted to Idaho Department of Lands,

Teply, Mark; Steven Cramer and Nicholas Poletika. 2012. Ecological Risk Assessment for Salmon Using Spatially and Temporally Explicit Exposure Modeling: Moving Forward. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: American Chemical Society: In Pesticide Regulation and the Endangered Species Act; Racke, K., et al.; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2012,

Terry J. Mills, Jason Kindopp, Ryon Kurth, Ryan Brown, Brad Cavallo. 2004. Growth investigations of wild and hatchery steelhead in the lower Feather River. Series: DWR,

Terry J. Mills, Ted Sommer, Brad Cavallo, Thomas R. Payne, Mark Allen. 2004. Phase 2 Report: Evaluation of project effects on instream flows and fish habitat. Series: DWR,

Wheaton, J.M.; Pasternack, G.B.; Merz, J.E.. 2004. Use of habitat heterogeneity in salmonid spawning habitat rehabilitation design.

Wilder, Carey. 2006. Stream temperature analysis for select tributaries of the middle and lower Klamath River. Klamath River Watershed Temperature TMDL in California,

William T. Peterson, Rian C. Hooff, Cheryl A. Morgan, Karen L. Hunter, Edmundo Casillas, and John W. Ferguson. 2006. Ocean conditions and salmon survival in the Northern California Current. NMFS,

Zabel, Rich; Tom Cooney, Chris Jordan, Richard W. Carmichael, Brian C. Jonasson, Edwin W. Sedell, Timothy L. Hoffnagle, Jody White, Chris Beasley, Matt Nahorniak, Claire McGrath, Joe Benjamin, Jeff Jorgensen, Andrew Murdoch, Jeremy Cram, Charlie Paulsen, Lisa G. Crozier, Neala Kendall, William P. Connor, William Young, Russell Perry, Kenneth F. Tiffan, Michael Newsom, Ryan Bellmore, Charlie Snow, Robert B Lessard, Casey Justice, Ian Courter, Chris Frederiksen, Eric Buhle, A.H. Fullerton, P. Moran, D. Van Doornik, Eric Ward and Mark Scheuerell. 2013. Life-Cycle models of salmonid populations in the interior Columbia River Basin. Cramer Fish Sciences, Page(s): 428 pages

Zeug, S.C.; K. Sellheim, C. Watry, J.D. Wikert and J. Merz. 2014. Response of juvenile Chinook salmon to managed flow: lessons learned from a population at the southern extent of their range in North America. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Fisheries Management and Ecology, Vol. online, Page(s): 14 pages

Zeug, Steven C.; and Bradley J. Cavallo. 2014. Controls on the Entrainment of Juvenile Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) into Large Water Diversions and Estimates of Population-Level Loss. Cramer Fish Sciences, Series: Public Library of Science (PLoS) ONE, Vol. 6, Num. 7, Page(s): 1-12 (e101479)






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