Publications

Publications

Stillwater scientists are committed to rigorous science and are always looking for opportunities to contribute to the scientific community while building a broader understanding of ecosystem function, watershed science and monitoring approaches. Our scientists routinely publish or present their findings in a variety of peer-reviewed journals, textbooks and conferences. We maintain an extensive library of peer-reviewed publications and technical reports that the company, or individuals within the company, have authored or co-authored. Below is a list of citations for many of the work products from our past and recent research, monitoring, and restoration efforts, as well as selected presentations from scientific conferences. If you have any questions, please contact us and we’ll put you in touch with the primary authors. 

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Alberti, M., D. B. Booth, K. Hill, B. Coburn, C. Avolio, S. Coe, and D. Spirandelli. 2007. The impact of urban patterns on aquatic ecosystems: an empirical analysis in Puget lowland sub-basins: landscape urban planning. Landscape and Urban Planning 80: 345-361. Journal article
Allen, D., W. E. Dietrich, P. F. Baker, F. Ligon, and B. Orr. 2007. Development of a mechanistically-based, basin-scale stream temperature model: applications to cumulative effects modeling. Pages 11-24 in R. B. Standiford, G. A. Fiusti, Y. Valachovic, W. J. Zielinski and M. J. Furniss, editors. Proceedings of the redwood region forest science symposium: What does the future hold? USDA Forest Service, Albany, California. Proceedings
Amerson, B. E., D. R. Montgomery, and G. Meyer. 2007. Relative size of fluvial and glaciated valleys in central Idaho. Geomorphology 93: 537-547. Journal article
An, C., Y. Cui, X. Fu, and G. Parker. 2017. Gravel-bed river evolution in earthquake-prone regions subject to cycled hydrographs and repeated sediment pulses. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 42: 2,426-2,438. Journal article
Baker, H. K., J. A. Nelson, and H. M. Leslie. 2016. Quantifying striped bass (Morone saxatilis) dependence on saltmarsh-derived productivity using stable isotope analysis. Estuaries and Coasts DOI 10.1007/s12237-016-0092-2. Journal article
Baker, P. F., and J. E. Morhardt. 1996. Impacts of the 1995 water quality control plan for the San Francisco Bay/Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Estuary on the survival of chinook salmon smolts migrating through the south Delta. Technical report. Prepared by EA Engineering, Science, and Technology, Inc., Lafayette, California for San Joaquin Tributaries Association.Report
Baker, P. F., and J. E. Morhardt. 2001. Survival of chinook salmon smolts in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta and Pacific Ocean. Pages 163-182 in R. L. Brown, editor. Contributions to the biology of Central Valley salmonids. Fish Bulletin 179: Volume 2. California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento. Book chapter
Baker, P. F., T. P. Speed, and F. K. Ligon. 1992. The influence of temperature on the survival of chinook salmon smolts migrating through the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. San Francisco Bay/Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta Estuary Hearings Exhibit No. WRINT-MID/TID 32. Prepared by EA Engineering, Science, and Technology for Turlock Irrigation District and Modesto Irrigation District, California.Report
Baker, P. F., T. P. Speed, and F. K. Ligon. 1995. Estimating the influence of temperature on the survival of chinook salmon smolts (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) migrating through the Sacramento - San Joaquin river delta of California. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 52: 855-863. Journal article
Baker, P., and F. Reynolds. 1986. Life history, habitat requirements, and status of coho salmon in California. California Department of Fish and Game Report to the California Fish and Game Commission.Report
Bauer, S. B., and S. C. Ralph. 1999. Aquatic habitat indicators and their application to water quality objectives within the Clean Water Act. EPA-910-R-99-014. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 10, Seattle, Washington.Report
Bauer, S. B., and S. C. Ralph. 2001. Strengthening the use of aquatic habitat indicators in Clean Water Act programs. Fisheries 26: 14-25. Journal article
Bell, E. 2001. Survival, growth and movement of juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) over-wintering in alcoves, backwaters, and main channel pools in Prairie Creek, California. Master's thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California. Thesis
Bell, E., and W. Duffy. 2007. Previously undocumented two-year freshwater residency of juvenile coho salmon in Prairie Creek, California. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 136: 966-970. Journal article
Bell, E., R. Dagit, and F. Ligon. 2011. Colonization and persistence of a southern California steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) population. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Science 110: 1-16. Journal article
Bell, E., S. Kramer, D. Zajanc, and J. Aspittle. 2008. Salmonid fry stranding mortality associated with daily water level fluctuations in Trail Bridge Reservoir, Oregon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28: 1515-1528. Journal article
Bell, E., S. M. Albers, J. M. Krug, and R. Dagit. 2011. Juvenile growth in a population of southern California steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss). California Fish and Game 97: 25-35. Journal article
Bell, E., W. Duffy, and T. D. Roelofs. 2000. Retention and survival of juvenile coho salmon in response to a 5-year flood. California Cooperative Fisheries Research Unit, Humboldt State University, Arcata.Report
Bell, E., W. G. Duffy, and T. D. Roelofs. 2001. Fidelity and survival of juvenile coho salmon in response to a flood. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 130: 450-458. Journal article
Beller, E. E., P. W. Downs, R. M. Grossinger, B. K. Orr, and M. N. Salomon. 2015. From past patterns to future potential: using historical ecology to inform river restoration on an intermittent California river. Landscape Ecology 31: 581-600. Journal article
Blair, G. R., L. C. Lestelle, and L. E. Mobrand. 2009. The ecosystem diagnosis and treatment model: a tool for assessing salmonid performance potential based on habitat conditions. Pages 289-309 in E. E. Knudsen and J. H. M. Jr., editors. Pacific salmon environmental and life history models: advancing science for sustainable salmon in the future. American Fisheries Society Symposium 71, Bethesda, Maryland. Book chapter
Bolton, S., D. B. Booth, and D. R. Montgomery. 2003. Restoration of Puget Sound rivers: Do we know how to do it? Pages 483-490 in D. R. Montgomery, S. Bolton, D. B. Booth and L. Wall, editors. Restoration of Puget Sound rivers. University of Washington Press, Seattle. Book chapter
Booth, D. B. 1981. Macroscopic behavior of freezing saturated silty soils. Cold Regions Science and Technology 4: 163-174. Journal article
Booth, D. B. 1986. Mass balance and sliding velocity of the Puget lobe of the Cordilleran ice sheet during the last glaciation. Quaternary Research 25: 269-280. Journal article
Booth, D. B. 1986. The formation of ice-marginal embankments into ice-dammed lakes in the eastern Puget Lowland, Washington, U.S.A., during the late Pleistocene. Boreas 15: 247-263. Journal article
Booth, D. B. 1987. Timing and processes of deglaciation along the southern margin of the Cordilleran ice sheet. Pages 71-90 in W. F. Ruddiman and H. E. Wright, editors. North America and adjacent oceans during the last deglaciation (geology of North America). Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colorado. Book chapter
Booth, D. B. 1988. Land-use planning in the mitigation of seismic hazards. Pages 199-204 in Workshop on evaluation of earthquake hazards and risk in the Puget Sound and Portland areas. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 88-541. Report
Booth, D. B. 1989. Runoff and stream-channel changes following urbanization in King County, Washington. Pages 639-650 in R. Gallster, editor. Engineering geology in Washington, volume 2: Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources Bulletin 78. Book chapter
Booth, D. B. 1990. Stream-channel incision following drainage basin urbanization. Water Resources Bulletin 26: 407-418. Journal article
Booth, D. B. 1991. Glacier physics of the Puget lobe, southwest Cordilleran ice sheet. Geographie Physique et Quaternaire 45: 301-316. Journal article
Booth, D. B. 1991. Urbanization and the natural drainage system -- impacts, solutions, and prognoses. Northwest Environmental Journal 7: 93-118. Journal article
Booth, D. B. 1991. Urbanization and the natural drainage system--impacts, solutions, and prognoses. Northwest Environmental Journal 7: 93-118. Journal article
Booth, D. B. 1994. Glaciofluvial infilling and scour of the Puget Lowland, Washington, during ice-sheet glaciation. Geology 22: 695-698. Journal article
Booth, D. B. 1998. Implementation of stream restoration projects. Pages Section in Stream corridor restoration: principles, processes, and practices. Federal Interagency Stream Restoration Working Group, Washington, D.C. Report
Booth, D. B. 2004. Stormwater management. In S. W. Trimble, B. A. Stewart and T. A. Howell, editors. Encyclopedia of water science. Taylor & Francis, London, England. Book chapter
Booth, D. B. 2005. Challenges and prospects for restoring urban streams. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 24: 724-737. Journal article
Booth, D. B., and B. Bledsoe. 2009. Streams and urbanization. Pages 93-124 in L. A. Baker, editor. The water environment of cities. Springer, New York. Book chapter
Booth, D. B., and B. Hallet. 1993. Channel networks carved by subglacial water: observations and reconstruction in the eastern Puget Lowland of Washington. Geological Society of America Bulletin 105: 671-683. Journal article
Booth, D. B., and B. O. Brattebo. 2004. Permeable pavement update. Journal of the American Planning Association 70: 98. Journal article
Booth, D. B., and C. P. Konrad. 2017. Hydrologic metrics for status-and-trends monitoring in urban and urbanizing watersheds. Hydrological Processes 2017: 1-13. Journal article
Booth, D. B., and C. R. Jackson. 1997. Urbanization of aquatic systems--thresholds and the limits of mitigation. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 33: 1077-1090. Journal article
Booth, D. B., and H. H. Waldron. 2004. Geologic map of the Des Moines 7.5-minute quadrangle, King County, Washington. Scale 1:24,000. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigation Map SIM-2855. http://pubs.usgs.gov/sim/2004/2855/. Report
Booth, D. B., and J. Leavitt. 1999. Field evaluation of permeable pavement systems for improved stormwater management. Journal of the American Planning Association 65: 314-325. Journal article
Booth, D. B., and J. P. Bethel. 1998. Approaches for seismic hazard mitigation by local governments-an example from King County, Washington. A. M. Rogers, T. J. Walsh, W. J. Kockelman and G. R. Priest, editors. Assessing and reducing earthquake hazards in the Pacific Northwest. U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1560. U.S. Geological Survey, Washington, D.C. Report
Booth, D. B., and K. G. Troost. 2005. Geologic map of the Olalla 7.5-minute quadrangle, Washington. Scale 1:24,000. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Map 2902. http://pubs.usgs.gov/sim/2005/2902/. Report
Booth, D. B., and M. J. Fox. 2004. The role of large woody debris in lowland Puget Sound streams and rivers. Prepared by Center for Water and Watershed Studies, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington for King County Water and Land Resources Division, Seattle, Washington.Report
Booth, D. B., and P. C. Henshaw. 2001. Rates of channel erosion in small urban streams. Pages 17-38 in M. Wigmosta and S. Burges, editors. Land use in watersheds: human influence on hydrology and geomorphology in urban and forest areas. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. Book chapter
Booth, D. B., C. P. Konrad, S. A. Morely, M. G. Larson, J. R. Karr, S. Schauman, S. J. Burges, and M. Roberts. 2003. Strategies and limitations for urban watershed planning: EPA/625/R-03/003. National Conference on Urban Storm Water, Chicago, Illinois, 17-20 February 2003. Report
Booth, D. B., D. Hartley, and C. R. Jackson. 2002. Forest cover, impervious-surface area, and the mitigation of stormwater impacts. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 38: 835-845. Journal article
Booth, D. B., D. R. Montgomery, and J. Bethel. 1996. Large woody debris in urban streams of the Pacific Northwest. Pages 178-197 in L. A. Roesner, editor. Effects of watershed development and management on aquatic ecosystems. Engineering Foundation conference proceedings, Snowbird, Utah.Book chapter
Booth, D. B., H. H. Waldron, and K. G. Troost. 2004. Geologic map of the Poverty Bay 7.5-minute quadrangle, King and Pierce Counties, Washington. Scale 1:24,000. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigation Map SIM-2854. http://pubs.usgs.gov/sim/2004/2854/. Report
Booth, D. B., J. R. Karr, S. Schauman, C. P. Konrad, S. A. Morley, M. G. Larson, and S. J. Burges. 2004. Reviving urban streams: land use, hydrology, biology, and human behavior. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 40: 1351-1364. Journal article
Booth, D. B., K. G. Troost, and J. T. Hagstrum. 2004. Deformation of Quaternary strata and its relationship to crustal folds and faults, central Puget Lowland, Washington. Geology 94: 505-508. Journal article
Booth, D. B., K. G. Troost, and S. A. Shimel. 2005. Geologic map of northwestern Seattle (part of the Seattle North 7.5' x 15' quadrangle), King County, Washington. Scale 1:12,000. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Map 2903. http://pubs.usgs.gov/sim/2005/2903/. Report
Booth, D. B., K. G. Troost, J. J. Clague, and R. B. Waitt. 2004. The Cordilleran ice sheet. Pages 17-43 in A. Fillespie, S. C. Porter and B. Atwater, editors. The Quaternary Period in the United States: International Union for Quaternary Research. Elsevier Press, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Book chapter
Booth, D. B., K. G. Troost, S. A. Shimel, M. A. O'Neal, and A. P. Wisher. 2006. New geologic mapping and geologic database for the urbanized Puget lowland, western Washington, USA. Pages 259-266 in D. R. Soller, editor. Digital Mapping Techniques '05. U.S. Geological Survey, Baton Rouge, Louisiana.Book chapter
Booth, D. B., R. A. Haugerud, and K. G. Troost. 2003. Geology, watersheds, and Puget Lowland rivers. Pages 14-45 in D. R. Montgomery, S. Bolton, D. B. Booth and L. Wall, editors. Restoration of Puget Sound rivers. University of Washington Press, Seattle. Book chapter
Booth, D. B., R. E. Wells, and R. Givler. 2004. Chimney damage in the greater Seattle area from the Nisqually earthquake of February 28, 2001. Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America 94: 1143-1158. Journal article
Bowers, R. J., and M. A. Hemphill-Haley. 2005. Surficial geologic map of the Madeline and McDonald Peak 7.5-minute quadrangles, Lassen County, northeastern California. Pages 431 in Geological Society of America abstracts with programs, Vol. 37, No. 7. Book chapter
Bowers, R. J., and R. M. Burke. 2005. Preliminary research on the relative age estimate of shorelines associated with pluvial Lake Madeline in the Madeline Plains region, Lassen County, northeastern California. Pages 43 in Geological Society of America abstracts with programs, Vol. 37, No. 4. Book chapter
Brattebo, B. O., and D. B. Booth. 2003. Long-term stormwater quantity and quality performance of permeable pavement systems. Water Research 37: 4369-4376. Journal article
Braudrick, C. A., A. M. Merrill, and B. K. Orr. 2018. Groundwater dependent ecosystems. Fremontia 46: 54-55. Journal article
Brown, N. E., B. Hallet, and D. B. Booth. 1987. Rapid soft-bed sliding of the Puget glacial lobe. Journal of Geophysical Research 92: 8985-8998. Journal article
Brumo, A. F. 2006. Spawning, larval recruitment, and early life survival of Pacific lampreys in the south fork Coquille River, Oregon. Master's thesis. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon. Thesis
Brumo, A. F., L. Grandmontagne, S. N. Namitz, and D. F. Markle. 2009. Approaches for monitoring Pacific lamprey spawning populations in a coastal Oregon stream. American Fisheries Society Symposium 72: 203-222. Journal article
Buck, C. M., F. P. Wilkerson, A. E. Parker, and R. C. Dugdale. 2013. The influence of coastal nutrients on phytoplankton productivity in a shallow inflow estuary, Drakes Estero, California (USA). Estuaries and Coasts DOI 10.1007/s12237-013-9737-6. Journal article
Buffington, J. M., R. D. Woodsmith, D. B. Booth, and D. R. Montgomery. 2003. Fluvial processes in Puget Sound rivers and the Pacific Northwest. Pages 46-78 in D. R. Montgomery, S. Bolton, D. B. Booth and L. Wall, editors. Restoration of Puget Sound rivers. University of Washington Press, Seattle. Book chapter
Burke, R. M., J. A. Burcell, A. DeGreorgey, R. C. McPherson, R. Bowers, R. Ryan, and S. McPherson. 2005. A soil chronosequence on fluvial terraces that supports obsidian hydration age estimates of paleo-Indian occupation. Pages 98 in Geological Society of America abstracts with programs, Vol. 37, No. 4. Book chapter
Burke, R. M., J. Redwine, B. J. Zaprowski, R. J. Bowers, and E. Evenson. 2004. Soil chronosequence investigations of knickzone migrations that resulted in fluvial terraces of the Belle Fourche and Cheyenne rivers, South Dakota. Pages 499 in Geological Society of America abstracts with programs, Vol. 36, No. 5. Book chapter
Caruso, B. S., and P. W. Downs. 2007. Rehabilitation and flood management planning in a steep, boulder-bedded stream. Environmental Management 40: 256-271. Journal article
Champe, C. M. 1993. Bird communities in native and agricultural habitats in south-central Florida. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cooper Ornithological Society, Sacramento, California.Report
Champe, C. M. 1996. North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis--Draft scope of terrestrial issues. Stillwater Ecosystem, Watershed & Riverine Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Champe, C. M. 2002. River basin management: Where does hydropower fit? Panelist for the Water Resources Management Track, Hydrovision 2002: 29 July-2 August, Portland, Oregon.Presentation
Champe, C. M., D. J. Levy, and E. V. d. Werf. 1993. Life history traits do not provide a simple explanation for population declines of Nearctic-Neotropical migrant birds. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Ecological Society of America, Madison, Wisconsin.Presentation
Chasnoff, B. A. 1999. National taxpayer costs associated with salmon declines in the Pacific Northwest. Presentation. Presented at the U.S. Congress, Resources Committee Meeting, Washington, D.C.Presentation
Chasnoff, B. A. 2006. High-priority recovery actions for Central Valley salmonids: opportunities for high-value collaboration among stakeholders. Presentation. Presented at the Center for Watershed Sciences, Davis, California.Presentation
Chasnoff, B. A., and D. G. Price. 2005. Willow Creek native species monitoring plan. TES report no. 026.11.05.18 Prepared for Pacific Gas & Electric Company.Report
Chasnoff, B. A., and P. B. Moyle. 2002. Trophic interactions of native and alien fish species in Cosumnes River, California. Presentation. Presented at CALFED Science Conference, Sacramento, California.Presentation
Chasnoff, B. A., and P. B. Moyle. 2003. Redeye bass in California waterways. Presentation. Presented at the CAL-NEVA American Fisheries Society Conference, San Diego, California.Presentation
Chasnoff, B. A., and P. B. Moyle. 2004. Redeye bass: reconstructing California river food webs. Presentation. Presented at the CAL-NEVA American Fisheries Society Meeting, Redding, California.Presentation
Chasnoff, B. A., M. J. V. Zanden, P. K. Crain, and P. B. Moyle. 2002. Patterns in river food web dynamics along a longitudinal gradient: a dual isotope approach. Presentation. Presented at the International Conference in Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies, NAU, Flagstaff, Arizona.Presentation
Chasnoff, B., and P. B. Moyle. 2001. Ethics, ecology, and economics in river management: the benefits of working together. Pages 157-178 in C. K. Davis and R. E. McGinn, editors. Navigating rough waters: ethical issues in the water industry. American Water Works Association, Denver, Colorado. Book chapter
Chen, E. K., N. A. Som, J. D. Deibner-Hanson, D. G. Anderson, and M. J. Henderson. 2023. A life cycle model for evaluating estuary residency and recover potential in Chinook salmon. Fisheries Research 257: 106511. Journal article
Cheng, A. S., R. J. Gutiérrez, S. Cashen, D. R. Becker, J. Gunn, A. Merrill, D. Ganz, M. Liquori, D. S. Saah, and W. Price. 2016. Is there a place for legislating place-based collaborative forestry proposals?: examining the Herger-Feinstein Quincy Library Group Forest Recovery Act Pilot Project. Journal of Forestry February 2016 (vol. 114): 11 pages. Journal article
Collins, J. N., and B. K. Orr. 1989. An ecological overview of the Coyote Hills wetlands. Pages 34, 42 in J. Collins and K. Burger, editors. Talk about Wetlands. Proceedings of the Coyote Hills Wetlands Workshop, Coyote Hills Regional Park, Fremont, California. Book chapter
Conquest, L. L., and S. C. Ralph. 1994. Implementation of large-scale stream monitoring efforts: sampling design and data analysis issues. S. L. Loeb and A. Spacie, editors. Biological monitoring of aquatic systems. Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida. Report
Conquest, L. L., and S. C. Ralph. 1998. Design considerations for large scale aquatic monitoring efforts. R. J. Naiman, and R. E. Bilby, editors. River ecology and management: lessons from the pacific coastal ecoregion. Springer-Verlag, New York. Book chapter
Conquest, L. L., S. C. Ralph, and R. J. Naiman. 1994. Monitoring large scale stream disturbances. Streamside Runoffs 8: 1-2. Journal article
Cornings, K. J., D. B. Booth, and R. R. Horner. 2000. Pollutant removals by two wet ponds in Bellevue, Washington. ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering 126: 321-330. Journal article
Craydon, E., E. Teraoka, and V. Dains. 2013. Monitoring restored wetlands at the Buhne Point Wetlands Preserve, Humboldt County, CA. Poster presentation at Northern California Botanist Symposium. From the redwoods to the sagebrush: botany ranging far and wide. 14-15 January 2013.Presentation
Cui, Y. 1996. Random notes on Ok Tedi and Upper-Middle Fly model. Report
Cui, Y. 2003. DREAM computer models for sediment transport following dam removal. Prepared for EWRI Task Committee for Sediment Transport Dynamics Upon Dam Removal, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.Report
Cui, Y. 2004. Numerical simulation of gravel augmentation. Presentation. Presented at River, Rocks and Restoration, CALFED Science Program, Sacramento, California.Presentation
Cui, Y. 2004. Water quality and dam removal. Lecture. Presented at Engineering Innovative Fish Passage: Succeeding with a Dam Removal Project, Santa Rosa, California.Presentation
Cui, Y. 2005. Numerical tools for dam removal assessment. Presentation. Presented at National Workshop for Sediment Remobilization and Channel Morphodynamics in Active and Abandoned Reservoirs, Torrey, Utah.Presentation
Cui, Y. 2006. Simulating sediment transport following dam removal. Poster. Presented at the CALFED Science Conference, Sacramento, California.Presentation
Cui, Y. 2006. Understand river sediment in the virtual world. Proceedings of HydroVision 2006, Portland, Oregon. Proceedings
Cui, Y. 2006. Understanding river sediment in the virtual world. In Proceedings, HydroVision 2006, Portland, Oregon. Proceedings
Cui, Y. 2007. Examining the dynamics of grain size distributions of gravel/sand deposits in the Sandy River, Oregon with a numerical model. River Research and Applications 23: 732-751. Journal article
Cui, Y. 2007. The Unified Gravel-Sand (TUGS) model: simulating sediment transport and gravel/sand grain size distribution in gravel-bedded rivers. Water Resources Research 43: doi:10.1029/2006WR005330. Journal article
Cui, Y., and A. Wilcox. 2008. Development and application of numerical modeling of sediment transport associated with dam removal. Pages 995-1020 in M. H. Garcia, editor. Sedimentation engineering: processes, measurements, modeling, and practice. ASCE Manual 110. American Society of Civil Engineers, Reston, Virginia. Book chapter
Cui, Y., and B. Cluer. 2008. Dam Removal Express Assessment Models (DREAM-1 and -2): applications and examinations. R. W. Babcock, editor. Proceedings of the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, Honolulu, Hawaii. Curran Associates, Inc., Red Hook, New York.Proceedings
Cui, Y., and G. Parker. 1997. Linear analysis of coupled equations for sediment transport. Pages 1256-1261 in Environmental and coastal hydraulics: protecting the aquatic habitat. Proceedings of Theme B of the 27th International Association of Hydraulic Research Congress. San Francisco, California, 10-15 August.Proceedings
Cui, Y., and G. Parker. 1997a. A quasi-normal simulation of aggradation and downstream fining with shock fitting. International Journal of Sediment Research 12: 68-82. Journal article
Cui, Y., and G. Parker. 1998b. The arrested gravel front: stable gravel-sand transitions in rivers. Part 2: General numerical solution. Journal of Hydraulic Research 36: 159-182. Journal article
Cui, Y., and G. Parker. 1999. Sediment transport and deposition in the Ok Tedi - Fly system, Papua New Guinea: the modeling of 1998-1999. Accessed at http://www.oktedi.com/environment/papers.htm. St. Anthony Falls Laboratory, University of Minnesota.Report
Cui, Y., and G. Parker. 2005. Numerical model of sediment pulses and sediment supply disturbances in mountain rivers. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 131: 646-656. Journal article
Cui, Y., B. K. Orr, F. K. Ligon, and D. W. Heintzman. 2007. Applying models to determine sediment transport in rivers. Hydro Review 26: 42-51. Journal article
Cui, Y., B. Orr, A. Wilcox, J. Vick, C. Podolak, and P. Wilcock. 2008. Marmot Dam removal: predictions and observations. Presentation. Presented at the 2008 AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California.Presentation
Cui, Y., C. A. Braudrick, and J. Vick. 2001. Sediment transport modeling for dam removal: examples from Oregon and California. Fish and wildlife...the next generation: landscape and land use in a booming society. Joint Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society and The Wildlife Society, Oregon Chapters, 14-16 February, Portland, Oregon.Proceedings
Cui, Y., C. Braudrick, and S. Rothert. 2005. Preliminary assessment of sediment transport dynamics following dam removal: a case study. Proceedings of EWRI 2005 Watershed Management Conference, Williamsburg, Virginia. Proceedings
Cui, Y., C. Braudrick, W. E. Dietrich, B. Cluer, and G. Parker. 2006b. Dam Removal Express Assessment Models (DREAM). Part 2: Sample runs/sensitivity tests. Journal of Hydraulic Research 44: 308-323. Journal article
Cui, Y., C. Paola, and G. Parker. 1996. Numerical simulation of aggradation and downstream fining. Journal of Hydraulic Research 34: 185-204. Journal article
Cui, Y., D. B. Booth, J. Monschke, S. Gentzler, J. Rodifer, B. Greimann, and B. Cluer. 2016. Analyses of the erosion of fine sediment deposit for a large dam-removal project: an empirical approach. International Journal of River Basin Management DOI: 10.1080/15715124.2016.1247362. Journal article
Cui, Y., G. Parker, C. Braudrick, W. E. Dietrich, and B. Cluer. 2006a. Dam Removal Express Assessment Models (DREAM). Part 1: Model development and validation. Journal of Hydraulic Research 44: 291-307. Journal article
Cui, Y., G. Parker, J. E. Pizzuto, and T. E. Lisle. 2003b. Sediment pulses in mountain rivers: 2. Comparison between experiments and numerical predictions. Water Resources Research 39: 1240, doi:10.1029/2002WR001805. Journal article
Cui, Y., G. Parker, T. E. Lisle, and J. E. Pizzuto. 2005. More on the evolution of bed material waves in alluvial rivers. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 1156: 107-114. Journal article
Cui, Y., G. Parker, T. E. Lisle, J. Gott, M. E. Hansler-Ball, J. E. Pizzuto, N. E. Allmendinger, and J. M. Reed. 2003a. Sediment pulses in mountain rivers: 1. Experiments. Water Resources Research 39: 1239, doi:10.1029/2002WR001803. Journal article
Cui, Y., J. K. Wooster, P. W. Downs, and S. R. Dusterhoff. 2009. Simulating sediment transport to evaluate dam removal restoration strategies. Poster. Presented at the National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Los Angeles, California, 20-24 July.Presentation
Cui, Y., J. Wooster, J. Venditti, S. Dusterhoff, W. E. Dietrich, and L. Sklar. 2008. Simulating sediment transport in a flume with forced pool-riffle morphology: examinations of two one-dimensional numerical models. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 134: 892-904. Journal article
Cui, Y., J. Wooster, P. Baker, S. Dusterhoff, L. Sklar, and W. Dietrich. 2008. Theory of fine sediment infiltration into immobile gravel bed. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 134: 1421-1429. Journal article
Cui, Y., S. Dusterhoff, J. Wooster, and P. Downs. 2011. Practical considerations for modeling sediment transport dynamics in rivers. Chapter 10 in A. Simon, S. Bennet and J. Castro, editors. Stream restoration in dynamic systems: scientific approaches, analyses, and tools. AGU Monograph Series 194. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C. Book chapter
Cui, Y., T. E. Lisle, J. E. Pizzuto, and G. Parker. 1998. Experiments on sediment pulses in mountain rivers. Transactions of the American Geophysical Union 79: F304. Journal article
Cui, Y., W. E. Dietrich, and G. Parker. 2001. Routing bedload sediment through river networks draining steep uplands. Presentation. Presented at American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California.Presentation
Dagit, R., E. Bell, K. Adamek, J. Mongolo, and E. Montgomery. 2017. The effects of a prolonged drought on southern steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in a coastal creek, Los Angeles County, California. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 116: 162-173. Journal article
Dietrich, W. E., and F. K. Ligon. 2009. RIPPLE: a digital terrain-based model for linking salmon population dynamics to channel networks. Prepared by UC Berkeley and Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Dietrich, W. E., R. R. d. Asua, J. Coyle, B. K. Orr, and M. Trso. 1998. A validation study of the shallow slope stability model, SHALSTAB, in forested lands of northern California. Prepared for Louisiana-Pacific Corporation by Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of California, Berkeley and Stillwater Ecosystem, Watershed & Riverine Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Dietrich, W. E., Y. Cui, G. Parker, and A. Moi. 2001. The damping of large sediment input signals due to attrition, channel morphologic change, and storage: the Fly River watershed, Papua New Guinea. Presentation Presented at American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California.Presentation
Diggory, Z. E. 2007. Contribution of seed dispersal to vegetation richness in restored tidal marshes, Napa-Sonoma, California. Presentation. Presented at the Bay Area Conservation Biology Symposium, Berkeley, California.Presentation
Diggory, Z. E. 2007. Seed dispersal and vegetation dynamics in restored tidal marshes, Napa-Sonoma, California. Master's thesis. San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California. Thesis
Diggory, Z. E., and V. T. Parker. 2011. Seed supply and revegetation dynamics at restored tidal marshes, Napa River, California. Restoration Ecology 19: 121-130. Journal article
Diggory, Z. E., B. K. Orr, A. G. Merrill, W. Sears, P. Brand, and T. Cosio. 2009. Linking riparian vegetation dynamics with physical processes: a key step in developing restoration and management strategies for a semi-arid river and its floodplain. Poster. Presented at the National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Los Angeles, California, 20-24 July.Presentation
Diggory, Z., B. Orr, A. Merrill, G. Coffman, W. Sears, and P. Brand. 2010. Linking vegetation dynamics with physical processes to develop Arundo control and riparian restoration strategies for a semi-arid river and its floodplain. Poster. Presented at the 2010 California Invasive Plant Council Symposium, Ventura California, 14-16 October.Presentation
Diggory, Z., B. Orr, A. Merrill, W. Sears, P. Brand, and T. Cosio. 2009. Linking riparian vegetation dynamics with physical processes: a key step in developing restoration and management strategies for a semi-arid river and its floodplain. Poster. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California, San Francisco Public Utility Commission, San Francisco, California, and California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Presentation
Diggory, Z., J. Stella, B. Orr, and M. Reil. 2006. Growth and survival of riparian trees two years after revegetation of graded floodplain dredger tailings at the Merced River Ranch. Poster. Presented at the Fourth Bienial CALFED Science Conference, Sacramento, California.Presentation
Downs, P. 1994. Characterization of river channel adjustments in the Thames Basin, south-east England. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 9: 151-175. Journal article
Downs, P. 2004. River restoration in northern California. The River Restoration Centre, Silsoe, England.Report
Downs, P. W. 1995. River channel classification for channel management purposes. Pages 347-365 in A. Gurnell and G. Petts, editors. Changing river channels. John Wiley & Sons. Book chapter
Downs, P. W. 2001. Geomorphological evaluation of river restoration schemes: principles, method, monitoring, assessment, evaluation. Pages 243-249 in H. J. Nijland and M. J. R. Cals, editors. River restoration in Europe: practical approaches. Lelystad, The Netherlands. Book chapter
Downs, P. W., and A. Simon. 2001. Fluvial geomorphological analysis of the recruitment of large woody debris in Yalobusha River network, central Mississippi, USA. Geomorphology 37: 65-91. Journal article
Downs, P. W., and C. R. Thorne. 1997. River rehabilitation measures for a lowland channel with flood defense requirements: River Idle, U.K. Pages 436-441 in S. S. Y. Wang, editor. Environmental and coastal hydraulics: protecting the aquatic habitat. Volume 1: Proceedings of Theme B. Water for a changing global community. The 27th Congress of the International Association for Hydraulic Research. American Society of Civil Engineers, New York.Book chapter
Downs, P. W., and C. R. Thorne. 1998. Design principles and suitability testing for rehabilitation in a flood defence channel: the River Idle, Nottinghamshire, U.K. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 8: 17-38. Journal article
Downs, P. W., and C. R. Thorne. 2000. Rehabilitation of a lowland river: reconsiling flood defence with habitat diversity and geomorphological sustainability. Journal of Environmental Management 58: 249-268. Journal article
Downs, P. W., and G. M. Kondolf. 2002. Post-project appraisals in adaptive management of river channel restoration. Environmental Management 29: 477-496. Journal article
Downs, P. W., and G. Priestnall. 1999. System design for catchment-scale approaches to studying river channel adjustments using a GIS. International Journal of Geographical Information Systems 13: 247-266. Journal article
Downs, P. W., and G. Priestnall. 2003. Modelling catchment processes. Pages 203-228 in G. M. Kondolf and H. Piegay, editors. Methods in fluvial geomorphology. J. Wiley & Sons, San Francisco, California. Book chapter
Downs, P. W., and J. D. Stallman. 2005. Sediment budgets as the basis for restoration planning in non-equilibrium environments: Redwood Creek, Marin County, California. Northwest Stream Restoration Design Symposium, Stevenson, Washington, 31 January-4 February. Proceedings
Downs, P. W., and J. D. Stallman. 2005. Sequential sediment budgets in an ungauged watershed: Redwood Creek, Marin County, California. Prepared for American Geophysical Union, fall meeting, San Francisco, California.Report
Downs, P. W., and K. Gregory. 2004. River channel management: towards sustainable catchment hydrosystems. Hodder & Stoughton Educational, London, England.Report
Downs, P. W., G. M. Kondolf, and K. S. Skinner. 2002. Rivers and streams. A. J. Davy and M. R. Perrow, editors. Handbook of ecological restoration, volume 2: restoration in practice. Cambridge University Press, New York. Book chapter
Downs, P. W., K. S. Skinner, and A. Brookes. 1997. Developing geomorphic post project appraisals for environmentally-aligned river channel management. Pages 430-435 in S. S. Y. Wang, editor. Environmental and coastal hydraulics: protecting the aquatic habitat. Volume 1: Proceedings of Theme B. Water for a changing global community. The 27th Congress of the International Association for Hydraulic Research. American Society of Civil Engineers, New York.Proceedings
Downs, P. W., M. S. Singer, B. K. Orr, Z. E. Diggory, and T. C. Church. 2011. Restoring ecological integrity in highly regulated rivers: the role of baseline data and analytical references. Environmental Management DOI 10.1007/s00267-011-9736-y. Journal article
Downs, P. W., M. S. Singer, B. K. Orr, Z. E. Diggory, and T. S. N. Cosio. 2009. Restoring ecological integrity in fragmented rivers: using analytical reference conditions to restore a dredged and regulated river-floodplain. Poster. Presented at the National Conference on Ecosystem Restoration, Los Angeles, California, 20-24 July.Presentation
Downs, P. W., M. S. Singer, Z. E. Diggory, T. N. Cosio, and B. K. Orr. 2007. Restoration without reference: rehabilitating a dredged and regulated river-floodplain in the Central Valley of California. Submitted to River Research and Applications. Report
Downs, P. W., T. S. Cosio, M. S. Singer, and Z. E. Diggory. 2006. Restoration of ecological function in a regulated and dredged river-floodplain: prospects for improving physical and biological integrity in the lower Merced River, California. Presentation. Presented at the CALFED Science Conference, Sacramento, California.Presentation
Downs, P. W., Y. Cui, J. K. Wooster, S. R. Dusterhoff, D. B. Booth, W. E. Dietrich, and L. S. Sklar. 2009. Managing reservoir sediment release in dam removal projects: an approach informed by physical and numerical modelling of non-cohesive sediment. International Journal of River Basin Management 7: 433-452. Journal article
Dusek, L., S. Kramer, S. Kramer, S. Wilcox, D. Zajanc, and M. Dietl. 2005. Annual and seasonal variation in species assemblages in created and restored estuarine wetland habitat in the Napa River, California. California-Nevada Chapter Annual Meeting, American Fisheries Society Conference, 19 March. Proceedings
Dusterhoff, S. R., M. R. Sloat, and F. K. Ligon. 2017. The influence of coarse particle mobility on scour depth in salmonid spawning habitat. River Research and Applications https://doi.org/10.1002/rra.3178. Journal article
Dusterhoff, S., J. Wooster, and Y. Cui. 2008. Improving the understanding of sediment pulse dynamics on downstream biological processes. Presentation. Presented at the 2008 Meeting of the Salmonid Restoration Federation, Lodi, California.Presentation
Dusterhoff, S., L. Sklar, W. Dietrich, F. Ligon, Y. Cui, and P. Downs. 2006. Physical modeling experiments to guide river restoration projects: an overview. Poster. Presented at the Fourth Biennial CALFED Science Conference, Sacramento, California, 23-25 October.Presentation
Dusterhoff, S., P. Wiberg, J. Albertson, and L. Blum. 2005. On the interaction between tidal forcing, soil moisture, and vegetation dynamics within a tidal marsh-upland transition: implications for ecosystem state and evolution. Poster. Presented at the 2005 Biennial Meeting of the Estuary Research Federation, Norfolk, Virginia.Presentation
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Golet, G. H., D. L. Brown, E. E. Crone, G. R. Geupel, S. E. Greco, K. D. Holl, D. E. Jukkola, G. M. Kondolf, E. W. Larsen, F. K. Ligon, R. A. Luster, M. P. Marchetti, N. Nur, B. K. Orr, D. R. Peterson, M. E. Power, W. E. Rainey, M. D. Roberts, J. G. Silveira, S. L. Small, J. C. Vick, D. S. Wilson, and D. M. Wood. 2003. Using science to evaluate restoration efforts and ecosystem health on the Sacramento River Project, California. Pages 368-385 in P. M. Faber, editor. California riparian systems: processes and floodplain management, ecology, and restoration. 2001 Riparian habitat and floodplain conference proceedings. Riparian Habitat Joint Venture, Sacramento, California.Proceedings
Golet, G. H., M. D. Roberts, D. R. Peterson, D. E. Jukkola, E. E. Crone, G. R. Geupel, S. L. Small, S. E. Greco, K. D. Holl, E. W. Larsen, F. K. Ligon, B. K. Orr, J. C. Vick, M. E. Power, W. E. Rainey, J. G. Silveira, and D. S. Wilson. 2001. Using science to evaluate restoration efforts and ecosystem health on the Sacramento River Project, California. Prepared for The Nature Conservancy, Chico, California.Report
Gomez, B., Y. Cui, A. J. Kettner, D. H. Peacock, and J. P. M. Syvitski. 2009. Simulating changes to the sediment transport regime of the Waipaoa River, New Zealand, driven by climate change in the twenty-first century. Global and Planetary Change 67: 153-166. Journal article
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Gregory, K. J., G. Benito, and P. W. Downs. 2008. Applying fluvial geomorphology to river channel management: background for progress towards a palaeohydrology protocol. Geomorphology 98: 153-172. Journal article
Hagstrum, J. T., D. B. Booth, K. G. Troost, and R. J. Blakely. 2002. Magnetostratigraphy, paleomagnetic correlation, and deformation of Pleistocene deposits in the south-central Puget Lowland, Washington. Journal of Geophysical Research-Solid Earth 107: doi:10.1029/2001JB000557. Journal article
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Hayden, M., W. Swaney, A. Keith, C. Jaquette, M. Reil, J. Stella, and B. Orr. 2006. Monitoring results for former agricultural fields restored to riparian floodplains along the lower Tuolumne River, California: inundation patterns, fish utilization, and revegetation. Poster. Presented at the Fourth Biennial CALFED Science Conference, Sacramento, California, 23-25 October.Presentation
Henshaw, P. C., and D. B. Booth. 2000. Natural restabilization of stream channels in urban watersheds. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 36: 1219-1236. Journal article
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Howald, A. M., and B. K. Orr. 2000. A flora of Valentine Eastern Sierra Reserve. Publication no. 1, second edition (MSE environmental report number 16). Prepared by The Herbarium, Museum of Systematics and Ecology (MSE), University of California, Santa Barbara, California.Report
Howald, A., T. Keeler-Wolf, B. Orr, D. Hickson, and M. Barbour. 2018. Remembering Dr. J. R. (Bob) Haller (1930-2016). Fremontia 46: 60-61. Journal article
Hume, N. P. 2000. Effect of plant carbon on quality on microbial nitrate reduction in wetlands. Doctoral dissertation. University of California, Berkeley. Thesis
Hume, N. P., M. Fleming, and A. Horne. 2002. Denitrification potential and carbon quality of four aquatic plants in wetland microcosms. Soil Science Society of America Journal 66: 1706-1712. Journal article
Hume, N. P., M. S. Fleming, and A. J. Horne. 2002. Plant carbohydrate limitation on nitrate reduction in wetland microcosms. Water Research 36: 577-584. Journal article
Hume, N., P. Baker, A. Keith, J. Vick, and T. Ford. 2001. 2000 Tuolumne River smolt survival and upper screw traps report. Report 2000-4 in 2000 Lower Tuolumne River annual report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California and Turlock and Modesto Irrigation Districts, California, with assistance from S. P. Cramer and Associates, Gresham, Oregon.Report
Iseman, T. M., D. R. Zak, W. E. Holmes, and A. G. Merrill. 1999. Revegetation and nitrate leaching from Lake States northern hardwood forests following harvest. Soil Science Society of America Journal 63: 1424-1429. Journal article
Jabusch, T., C. Swanson, A. Pawley, and R. Hoenicke. 2007. Development of an environmental indicator system for watershed-based decision-making and tracking the outcomes of beneficial use restoration in the San Joaquin River basin. Prepard by San Francisco Estuary Institute, Oakland, California and The Bay Institute of San Francisco, Novato, California.Report
Jarrett, K. W., E. Bell, E. A. Wilson, T. Dudley, and C. M. Geraghty. 2019. Using eDNA to validate predation on native Oncorhynchus mykiss by invasive Sacramento pikeminnow (Ptychocheilus grandis). California Fish and Game 105: 177-187. Journal article
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Kay, J., R. N. Handcock, A. Gillespie, C. Konrad, S. Burges, N. Naveh, and D. Booth. 2001. Stream temperature estimation from thermal infrared images. International geoscience and remote sensing symposium (IGARSS), Sydney, Australia, 9-13 July 2001. Presentation
Keever, M., S. Araya, Z. Diggory, N. Jurjavcic, and B. Orr. 2010. Inventory and management of botanical resources: data visualization as a decision making tool. Poster. Presented at the 2010 Northern California Botanists' Symposium, Chico, California, 11-12 January.Presentation
Keith, A. J. 1994. The link between riparian vegetation and aquatic insects. Presentation. Presented at the joint Annual Metting of the Pacific Coast Entomological Society/American Association for the Advancement of Science, San Francisco, California.Report
Keith, A. J. 1995. Effects of disturbance on the trophic structure of an ephemeral California stream. Master's thesis. San Francisco State University, San Francisco, California. Thesis
Keith, A. J. 1997. What's in a watershed? Presentation. Presented at the Environmental Forum of Marin, Corte Madera, California.Presentation
Keith, A. J., and J. C. Vick. 2004. Bass monitoring at Tuolumne River restoration sites as an indicator of Chinook salmon predation risk. Presentation. Presented at the 3rd Biennial CALFED Bay-Delta Science Conference, Sacramento, California.Presentation
Khandwala, S. B., and B. Mishler. 1997. Leaf retention and decomposition in a tropical island stream, Mo'orea, French Polynesia. Berkeley Scientific 1: 68-72. Journal article
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Konrad, C. P., and D. B. Booth. 2005. Ecological significance of hydrologic changes in urban streams. Pages 157-177 in L. R. Brown, R. H. Gray, R. M. Hughes and M. R. Meador, editors. Effects of urbanization on stream ecosystems. American Fisheries Society Symposium 47. American Fisheries Society, Herndon, Virginia. Book chapter
Konrad, C. P., D. B. Booth, and S. J. Burges. 2005. Effects of urban development in the Puget Lowland, Washington, on interannual streamflow patterns: consequences for channel form and streambed disturbance. Water Resources Research 41: doi:10.1029/2005WR004097. Journal article
Konrad, C. P., D. B. Booth, S. J. Burges, and D. R. Montgomery. 2002. Partial entrainment of gravel bars during floods. Water Resources Research 38: doi:10.1029/2001WR000828. Journal article
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Stillwater Sciences. 1998. Assessment of historical habitat conditions in the reach of the North Umpqua River currently inundated by Soda Springs reservoir. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998. Estimate potential costs of specific off-site mitigation alternatives, including conservation easements, land acquisition, and habitat enhancements, using a case study of the Canton Creek basin. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998. Examples of adaptive management approach to establishing instream flows for spring chinook spawning in Slide Creek bypass reach. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998. Long-term ecological health of the watershed. Handout prepared for a 8 January 1998 Resource Team meeting presentation by Peter Baker of Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Presentation
Stillwater Sciences. 1998. Potential predation on juvenile anadromous salmonids under different fish passage scenarios, including construction of a fish ladder at Soda Springs Dam and removal of Soda Springs Dam. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998. Reservoir and forebay management options addressing stillwater amphibians. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998. The North Umpqua cooperative watershed analysis synthesis report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998. Tuolumne River restoration projects: biological resources. Technical Background Report Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for EDAW, Inc., San Francisco, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998. Tuolumne River restoration projects: biological resources technical background report. Prepared by Stillwater Ecosystem, Watershed & Riverine Sciences, Berkeley, California for EDAW, San Francisco, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998. Use of the reference model to estimate potential benefits to anadromous salmonids resulting from various restoration scenarios in the Canton Creek basin. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998a. Estimate the potential long-term effects of Soda Springs dam removal on water quality. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998b. Potential downstream effects of releasing sediment from Soda Springs reservoir if Soda Springs dam were removed. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998c. Evaluation of the option of providing fish passage at Slide Creek Dam and of habitat quality in the 1/4-mile reach upstream of Slide Creek Dam. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998d. Determine whether a barrier to fish migration exists under Soda Springs Reservoir. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1998e. Pros and cons of dropping the "trap-and-haul" alternative from the list of fish passage options under consideration for Soda Springs Dam. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. A review of special status salmonid issues for PGE's Clackamas River basin projects. Working draft report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. A review of special status salmonid issues for PGE's Sandy River basin projects. Working draft report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. An evaluation of the statistical power of paired release experiments to estimate smolt survival. Prepared for Tuolumne River Technical Advisory Committee Monitoring Subgroup by Stillwater Ecosystem, Watershed & Riverine Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Biological survey and wetland delineation technical report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Santa Fe Aggregates, Modesto, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Criteria for evaluation of management alternatives for connectivity at Soda Springs dam. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Dam break analysis executive summary. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Dam-in-place alternative: further responses to questions from the Soda Springs Connectivity Subgroup. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Evaluation of geomorphic and biological effects of removal Marmot Diversion Dam: scope of work. Prepared for Portland General Electric, Portland, Oregon by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Evaluation of the Tuolumne River as potential critical habitat for steelhead. Draft report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Turlock Irrigation District and Modesto Irrigation District.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Follow-up on discussions regarding potential for adding a physical modeling component to studies of the geomorphic effects of removing Marmot Diversion Dam. Memorandum to J. Esler and G. Busch, Portland General Electric, Portland, Oregon and T. Sulliven, Gomez and Sullivan. From B. Orr, Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California. 23 September.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Habitat conservation plan and sustained yield plan for Jackson Demonstration State Forest. Agency Review Draft. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Literature reviews for headwater stream amphibians. NCASI Headwater Streams Project, Preliminary draft report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, NCASI West Coast Regional Center, Corvallis, Oregon. http://www.ncasi.org//Publications/Detail.aspx?id=2624.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Methodology for assessing grain size distribution of sediment in Soda Springs Reservoir. Prepared for Raytheon Corporation and PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Methods for achieving connectivity at Soda Springs dam under a dam-in-place scenario. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Numeric indicators analysis: recommendations on indicators of aquatic habitat conditions and discussion of their biological relevance for the South Fork Eel River basin. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Preliminary assessment of issues related to sediment augmentation at Soda Springs Dam. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Preliminary modeling of fine sediment release from Soda Springs Reservoir in the event of dam removal, and the associated impacts of suspended sediment on adult salmonids: executive summary. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Preliminary modeling of sand/silt release from Soda Springs reservoir in the event of dam removal. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Sandy River field work, September 1999 and Sandy River reconnaissance surveys, August 1999. Memorandum to J. Esler and G. Busch, Portland General Electric, Portland, Oregon and T. Sulliven, Gomez and Sullivan. From B. Orr, Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California. Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. South Fork Eel TMDL: sediment source analysis. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley for Tetra Tech, Inc.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Stillwater Sciences' proposed resource enhancement packages. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Stillwater Sciences' response to NMFS (Brian Nordlund) comments on Marmot Dam removal scope of work. 2 September. Prepared for Portland General Electric, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Summary of existing information related to connectivity at Soda Springs dam. Resource Team Information Request Report. Prepared for the North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis Resource Team. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 1999. Watershed analysis methods manual for Jackson Demonstration State Forest habitat conservation plan and sustained yield plan. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley for California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. 1999 Tuolumne River outmigrant trapping report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California with assistance from S. P. Cramer and Associates, Gresham, Oregon for the Tuolumne River Technical Advisory Committee.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Assessment of spawning gravel in the North Umpqua River reach upstream of Slide Creek Dam. Response to Mediation Team information request. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Calaveras River spawning gravel assessment. Technical memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Anadromous Fish Restoration Program, Stockton, California and New Hogan Lake Conservancy, Valley Springs, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Estimates of current sediment accumulation in Soda Springs reservoir and the location of historical channel features within the reservoir reach. Response to Mediation Team information request. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Evaluation of geomorphic effects of removal of Marmot and Little Sandy dams and potential impacts on anadromous salmonids. Preliminary final technical report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric Company, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Geomorphic effects of Soda Springs dam and potential effects on aquatic habitat. North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis additional information request. Working draft report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Merced River restoration plan, Phase II: baseline evaluations. Geomorphic and riparian vegetation investigations report. Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Numerical modeling of sediment transport in the Sandy River, Oregon following removal of Marmot Dam. Technical Report supplement to the Environmental Assessment for the Bull Run Hydroelectric Project, FERC No. 477 Peer Review Draft. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric Company, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Percent peak weighted usable area (WUA) analysis of instream flow alternatives. Response to Mediation Team information request. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Potential predation on juvenile anadromous salmonids in Soda Springs Reservoir under a fish passage scenario. Response to Mediation Team information request. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Potential spawning habitat for anadromous salmonids in the upper reach of Soda Springs Reservoir. Response to Mediation Team information request. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Preliminary conceptual design (10% design): Created wetland and alternative conveyance of peaking flows from Lemolo No. 2 powerhouse. Response to Mediation Team request. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Proposed off-site enhancement package. North Umpqua Cooperative Watershed Analysis additional information request. Working draft report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. Sediment budget for the North Umpqua River basin. Appendix 2-1 in The North Umpqua cooperative watershed analysis synthesis report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2000. The potential effect of lowering Soda Springs reservoir on the gravel bars at the upper end of Soda Springs reservoir. Response to Mediation Team information request. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Abstracted/annotated bibliographies on headwater stream topics: aquatic macroinvertebrates; mollusks; food webs and other biological interactions; large woody debris recruitment and wood-associated habitats; geomorphic characteristics and processes; hydrology and hydrologic regimes; riparian canopy cover, microclimate, and stream temperatures; nutrient cycling and productivity; other water quality issues. NCASI Headwater Streams Project, Preliminary draft report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, NCASI West Coast Regional Center, Corvallis, Oregon. http://www.ncasi.org//Publications/Detail.aspx?id=2623.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Clackamas River Hydroelectric Project draft biological assessment. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Comparison of predicted and observed geomorphic changes following the removal of Saeltzer Dam. Task 6 deliverable report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for University of California, Davis.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Comparison of predicted and observed geomorphic changes following the removal of Saeltzer Dam. Task 6 deliverable report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for University of California, Davis.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Conceptual alternative for Chelan River restoration. Final draft report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Lake Chelan Caucus and Chelan County PUD, Wenatchee, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Merced River corridor restoration plan baseline studies. Volume I: Identification of social, institutional, and infrastructural opportunities and constraints. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, with assistance from EDAW, Inc., San Francisco, California for CALFED Bay-Delta Program, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Merced River corridor restoration plan baseline studies. Volume II: Geomorphic and riparian vegetation investigations report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CALFED Bay-Delta Program, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Merced River corridor restoration plan baseline studies. Volume II: Geomorphic and riparian vegetation investigations report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CALFED Bay-Delta Program, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Merced River corridor restoration plan. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Merced River Stakeholder Group and Merced River Technical Advisory Committee.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Results of field investigations pertaining to FERC additional information request No. 8 (sediment study) for the American Fork Hydroelectric Project. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2001. Tuolumne River substrate permeability assessment and monitoring program. Prepared for the Tuolumne River Technical Advisory Committee by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2002. Annotated bibliography on percent fines in stream substrate as a measure of watershed condition and health. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley for Campbell Timberland Management, Fort Bragg, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2002. Dam Removal Express Assessment Models (DREAM). Technical Report. Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2002. Merced River corridor restoration plan. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CALFED Bay-Delta Program, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2002. Mill Creek property interim management recommendations. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Save-the-Redwoods League, San Francisco and California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2002. Mill Creek property interim management recommendations. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Save-the-Redwood League, San Francisco, California, and California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2002. North Umpqua Hydroelectric Project draft biological assessment and essential fish habitat assessment. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2002. Preliminary fish passage monitoring plan for the Sandy River following the removal of Marmot Dam. Technical memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Bull Run Project Decommissioning Working Group.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2002. Sediment transport modeling following the removal of Marmot Dam with 125,000 and 300,000 cubic yards of dredging prior to dam removal. Draft technical memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2002. Soda Springs and Slide Creek enhancement reaches: baseline spawning habitat conditions. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2002. Stream temperature indices, thresholds, and standards used to protect coho salmon habitat: a review. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley for Campbell Timberland Management, Fort Bragg, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2003. Draft restoration strategies for the San Joaquin River. Appendices. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco, California and Friant Water Users Authority, Lindsay, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2003. Draft restoration strategies for the San Joaquin River. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco, California and Friant Water Users Authority, Lindsay, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2003. Draft restoration strategies for the San Joaquin River. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco, California and Friant Water Users Authority, Lindsay, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2003. Environmental Water Program: Restoring ecosystem processes through geomorphic high flow prescriptions. Prepared for CALFED Bay-Delta Program, and Jones and Stokes by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2003. Hydroelectric environmental studies and quality assurance review of studies. Submitted to Eugene Water & Electric Board (EWEB), Eugene, Oregon by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2003. Restoration objectives for the San Joaquin River. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Natural Resources Defense Council, San Francisco, California and Friant Water Users Authority, Lindsay, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2003. Stream temperature indices, thresholds, and standards used to protect coho salmon habitat: a review. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Campbell Timberland Management, Fort Bragg, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2004. A preliminary evaluation of the potential downstream sediment deposition following the removal of Iron Gate, Copco, and J.C. Boyle dams, Klamath River, California. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for American Rivers, Nevada City, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2004. Channel and floodplain surveys of the Merced River dredger tailings reach. Technical Memorandum #1. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CALFED, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2004. ECT model version 2.6 input data template. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for USACE, Sacramento District, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2004. ECT model version 2.6. Database. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for USACE, Sacramento District, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2004. Flow fluctuation and stranding. Final study plan for the Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project relicensing (FERC Project No. 2242). Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Eugene Water & Electric Board, Eugene, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2004. Lagunitas limiting factors analysis. Phase I: Potential limiting factors and draft study plan for Phase II. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Marin Resource Conservation District, Point Reyes Station, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2004. Lower Calaveras River Chinook salmon and steelhead limiting factors analysis. First year report (revised). Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Fishery Foundation of California, Elk Grove, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2004. Mercury assessment of the Merced River Ranch. Technical Memorandum #5. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CALFED, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2004. Recommended amendments to channel complexity monitoring specifications. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2004. Stevens Creek Limiting Factors Analysis. Final Technical Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Protection Program, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2005. Conceptual restoration design for the Merced River Ranch. Volume I: concept design report. Contract no. ERP-02-P12-D. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CALFED, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2005. Recovery planning for South Puget Sound coho salmon: a quantitative and historical framework for assessing options. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Olympia and Seattle, Washington for Squaxin Island Tribe, Shelton, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. 2006 Water temperature monitoring program report, Mokelumne River Project (FERC No. 137). Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Pacific Gas & Electric Company, San Ramon, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Aquatic habitats and instream flows at the Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project, upper McKenzie River basin, Oregon. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Eugene Water & Electric Board, Eugene, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Baseline monitoring of the Merced River Dredger Tailings Reach. Technical memorandum #7. Contract no. ERP-02-P12-D. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CALFED, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Central California coast coho salmon EUS: an approach for assessing threats and recovery actions. Working draft white paper. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Fish population distribution and abundance at the Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project, upper McKenzie River Basin, Oregon. Final Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Eugene Water & Electric Board, Eugene, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Guidelines to evaluate, modify, and develop estuarine restoration projects for tidewater goby habitat. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Lower river gravel study plan, Pelton Round Butte Hydroelectric Project, Deschutes River, Oregon. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric, Portland, Oregon and Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation, Warm Springs, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Merced River Ranch channel-floodplain restoration: design rationale. Technical Memorandum #8. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CALFED, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Merced River Ranch channel-floodplain restoration: post-implementation monitoring plan. Technical Memorandum #9. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CALFED, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Napa River fisheries monitoring program. Final report, Contract # DACW05-01-C-0015. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Davis, California for U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Population dynamics of bull trout and spring Chinook salmon at the Carmen-Smith Hydroelectric Project, upper McKenzie River basin, Oregon. Final Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Eugene Water & Electric Board, Eugene, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Restoring recruitment processes for riparian cottonwoods and willows: a field-calibrated predictive model for the lower San Joaquin Basin. Brochure and final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California in conjunction with Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management, University of California, Berkeley for CALFED Bay-Delta Ecosystem Restoration Program, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Sacramento River ecological flows study: State of the system report. Public Review draft. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley for The Nature Conservancy, Chico, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Slide Creek Bypass Reach Habitat Enhancement Project: Final Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for PacifiCorp, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Stillwater approach for the Central California Coast coho salmon ESU: threats assessment and development of management alternatives. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Upper Penitencia Creek limiting factors analysis. Final technical report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Upper Penitencia Creek Limiting Factors Analysis. Final Technical Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Santa Clara Valley Urban Runoff Pollution Prevention Program, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2006. Upper Yuba River water temperature criteria for Chinook salmon and steelhead. Technical Appendix. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CH2M Hill, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. A first-order estimate of fine sediment trapping potential within Iron Gate Reservoir for upstream drawdown and dam removal. Technical Memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for State Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. A science framework for ecological health in Seattle's streams. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Seattle, Washington for Seattle Public Utilities, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. An analysis of potential factors limiting coho salmon populations in Mill and Sherwood creeks, South Puget Sound, Washington. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Seattle, Washington for The Squaxin Tribe, Shelton, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Analysis of riparian vegetation dynamics for the lower Santa Clara River and major tributaries, Ventura County, California. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for The California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Annual water quality monitoring program report, March - September 2006, Mokelumne River Project (FERC No. 137). Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Pacific Gas & Electric Company, San Ramon, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Copper River Watershed salmon habitat monitoring plan development: results from Tonsina River basin field reconnaissance. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Seattle, Washington for Copper River Watershed Project, Cordova, Alaska.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Developing models and parameter distributions for multiple population applications of the SLAM life-cycle modeling framework. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Olympia, Washington and Arcata, California for National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Center, Seattle, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Focal species analysis and habitat characterization for the lower Santa Clara River and major tributaries, Ventura County, California. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for The California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Lagunitas limiting factors analysis Phase II: Limiting factors for coho salmon and steelhead. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Marin Resource Conservation District, Point Reyes Station, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Lagunitas limiting factors analysis: limiting factors for coho salmon and steelhead. Draft report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley for Marin Resource Conservation District, Point Reyes Station, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Linking biological responses to river processes: implications for conservation and management of the Sacramento River - a focal species approach. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for The Nature Conservancy, Chico, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Literature review of habitat criteria for assessing rainbow and brown trout habitat availability in the lower McCloud River. Lower McCloud River Instream Flow Study (FA-S8). Technical memorandum (TM-04 revision 1). Prepared for Instream Flow Technical Subgroup.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Merced River Ranch revegetation experiment. Contract no. ERP-02-P12-D. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CALFED, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Middle Lagunitas Creek Watershed sediment delivery analysis. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata and Berkeley, California for Department of Public Works, Marin County, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Napa River tributary steelhead growth analysis. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley for U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, San Francisco, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Proposed scope of work for assessment of dam removal scenarios for the Klamath River. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Protection and restoration of steelhead in the South-Central and Southern California distinct population segments - identification of limiting factors, development of a comprehensive regional recovery strategy, and recommendations of site-specific actions. Proposal. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for California State Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Sacramento River Ecological Flows Study: TUGS simulation of the Sacramento River between Keswick Dam and Clear Creek. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for The Nature Conservancy, Chico, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Salmonid entrapment assessment for the proposed Kunzler Terrace Pit. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Granite Construction Company, Ukiah, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Santa Clara River Parkway floodplain restoration feasibility study: assessment of geomorphic processes for the Santa Clara River watershed, Ventura and Los Angeles counties, California. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for The California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Santa Paula Creek watershed planning project: geomorphology and channel stability assessment. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for California Department of Fish and Game, Santa Paula Creek Fish Ladder Joint Powers Authority.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Santa Paula Creek watershed planning project: steelhead habitat and population assessment. Technical memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for California Department of Fish and Game, Santa Paula Creek Fish Ladder Joint Powers Authority.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Stillwater Sciences' RIPPLE approach to salmonid restoration planning. An application of the GEO and HAB submodels for parameterizing population dynamics models. Working draft technical report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Olympia, Washington for Northwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Water temperature monitoring program report for 2006, McCloud Pit Project (FERC No. 2106). Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Pacific Gas & Electric Company, San Ramon, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2007. Water temperature monitoring program report for 2006, Mokelumne River Project (FERC No. 137). Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Pacific Gas & Electric Company, San Ramon, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Addendum to Study Plan 22: Sultan River physical process studies. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Seattle, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Effects of sediment release following dam removal on the aquatic biota of the Klamath River. Technical memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for California Coastal Conservancy Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Fisheries monitoring program report for gravel extraction operations on the Mad, Eel, South Fork Eel, Van Duzen, and Trinity rivers, California. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Humboldt County Gravel Operators.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Klamath River Dam Removal Study: sediment transport DREAM-1 simulation. Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Klamath River dam removal study: sediment transport DREAM-1 simulation. Technical Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for State Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Lagunitas limiting factors analysis: liming factors for coho salmon and steelhead. Final report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Marin Resource Conservation District, Point Reyes Station, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Mad River Streambank Stabilization Project geomorphic evaluation. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for County of Humboldt, Department of Public Works, Eureka, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Phase I Reconnaissance report on Little Anderson Creek habitat restoration assessment. Technical memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Seattle, Washington for Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group, Belfair, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Phase II Little Anderson Creek habitat large woody debris enhancement designs. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Seattle, Washington for Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group, Belfair, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Planning to restore meadow functionality in the headwaters of the CABY Region. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Natural Heritage Institute, Nevade City, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Preservation Ranch Limiting Factors Analysis. Final Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Buckeye Ranch, LLC, Napa, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Seabeck Creek channel and sediment assessment. Technical memorandum Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Seattle, Washington for Intensively Monitored Watersheds Project, Washington Department of Ecology, Olympia, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Status and trends of Sierra Meadows in the headwaters of the CABY Region. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for National Heritage Institure, Nevada City, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2008. Technical report on Iowa Hill pumped-storage development turbidity analysis. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Sacramento Municipal Utility District, Upper American River Project (FERC Project No. 2101), Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2009. Cooperative Monitoring, Evaluation, and Research Committee (CMER) review of science. Final Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Seattle, Washington for Washington Department of Natural Resources, Olympia, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2009. Dam removal and Klamath River water quality: a synthesis of the current conceptual understanding and an assessment of data gaps. Techincal Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for State Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2009. Effects of sediment release following dam removal on the aquatic biota of the Klamath River. Final Technical Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for State Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2009. Post-dam-removal channel complexity monitoring survey data analysis, Sandy River, Oregon, 1st year following dam removal. Technical Memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2009. RIPPLE case study: Rock Creek Oregon coho enhancement. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2010. Anticipated sediment release from Klamath River Dam removal within the context of basin sediment delivery. Final Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2010. Instream flow assessment for the Santa Maria River. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2010. Mad River watershed assessment. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California in association with Redwood Community Action Agency and Natural Resources Management Corporation, Eureka California for Redwood Community Action Agency, Eureka, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2010. Pacific lamprey in the Eel River basin: a summary of current information and identification of research needs. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for Wiyot Tribe, Loleta, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2010. Post-dam-removal channel complexity monitoring survey data analysis, Sandy River, Oregon, 2nd year following dam removal. Technical Memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric, Portland, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2010. Potential responses of coho salmon and steelhead downstream of Iron Gate Dam to no-action and dam-removal alternatives for the Klamath basin. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for U.S. Bureau of Reclamation in support of the Biological Subgroup for the Klamath Basin Secretarial Determination.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2010. Sespe Creek hydrology, hydraulics, and sedimentation analysis: watershed assessment of hillslope and river geomorphic processes. Final Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Ventura County Watershed Protection District, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2010. Taking action for clean water--Bay Area total maximum daily load implementation: Lagunitas Creek sediment budget. Final Report. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for San Francisco Estuary Project/Association of Bay Area Governments, Oakland, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2011. Geomorphic assessment of the Santa Clara River watershed: synthesis of the lower and upper watershed studies, Ventura and Los Angeles counties, California. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Ventura County Watershed Protection District, Los Angeles County Department of Public Works, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers-L.A. District.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2011. Klamath Dam removal drawdown scenario 8: potential impacts of suspended sediment on focal fish species with and without mechanical sediment removal. Final Technical Memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for CDM, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2011. Monitoring meadow vegetation response to restoration in the Sierra Nevada. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for American Rivers, Nevada City, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2011. Qualitative assessment of prolonged facility removal for the Klamath River dams. Technical Memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for CDM, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2012. A guide for restoring functionality to mountain meadows of the Sierra Nevada. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for American Rivers, Nevada City, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2012. Geomorphic assessment of the Flaming Geyser landslide, Middle Green River. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Seattle, Washington for Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Auburn, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2012. Habitat suitability for steelhead in the upper Sisquoc River watershed, Santa Barbara County, CA. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Santa Barbara, California for California Coastal Conservancy, Oakland, California and California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2012. Investigation of fine sediment and its effect on salmon spawning habitat in the Middle Green River, King County, Washington. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Seattle, Washington for Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, Auburn, Washington.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2012. Post-dam-removal channel complexity monitoring survey data analysis, Sandy River, Oregon: fourth year following dam removal. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for Portland General Electric, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2013. Pacific and western brook lamprey spawning and rearing habitat in newly accessible reaches of the North Umpqua River watershed, Oregon. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for USDA Forest Service, Umpqua National Forest, Roseburg, Oregon.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2014. LiDAR analysis of Salmon River floodplain and mine tailing restoration and enhancement opportunities. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Arcata, California for the Salmon River Restoration Council, Sawyers Bar, California.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2014. Virgin River ecohydroligcal assessment: flood-scour analysis, vegetation mapping, and restoration suitability. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences in collaboration with the Virgin River Watershed Restoration Science Team for the Walton Family Foundation, Freshwater Initiative Program.Report
Stillwater Sciences. 2016. Accounting for changes in riverflow in the Verde Valley, Arizona. Final Technical Memorandum. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California for The Nature Conservancy, Tucson, Arizona.Report
Stillwater Sciences. Unpublished. Review of HCP-covered species: coho salmon. Chapter 3 in Draft Habitat Conservation Plan for Mendocino/Sonoma planning unit. Prepared for Louisiana-Pacific Corporation, Calpella, California.Report
Tabor, R. W., D. B. Booth, J. A. Vance, and A. B. Ford. 2002. Geologic map of the Sauk River 30- by 60-Minute Quadrangle, Washington. Scale 1:100,000. U.S. Geological Survey Mscellaneous Investigations Map I-2592. http://pubs.usgs.gov/imap/i2592/. Report
Teraoka, E., and E. Craydon. 2013. Eelgrass restoration in Humboldt Bay, CA: restoration techniques and results from two years of monitoring. Poster presentation at Northern California Botanist Symposium. From the redwoods to the sagebrush: botany ranging far and wide. 14-15 January 2013.Presentation
Troost, K. G., D. B. Booth, A. P. Wisher, and S. A. Shimel. 2005. The geologic map of Seattle--a progress report. Scale 1:24,000. U.S. Geological Survey open-file report 2005-1252. http://pubs.usgs.gov/of/2005/1252/. Report
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. 2012. Standard Assessment Methodology for the Sacramento River Bank Protection Project, 2010–2012 Certification Update, Final. Prepared for U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Sacramento District by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California. Contract W91238-09-P-0249 Task Order 3.Report
Van Dissen, R. J., D. G. Sutherland, R. J. Bowers, and J. L. Redwine. 2006. Forest burial by large rock avalanche in Miller Stream, Seaward Kaikoura Range, New Zealand, c. 1700 years ago. New Zealand Journal of Geology & Geophysics 49: 151-157. Journal article
Van Dissen, R. J., R. M. Burke, P. J. Tonkin, S. Bacon, R. Bowers, H. Goldstein, J. Redwine, D. Sutherland, and S. Tillinghast. 2005. Kekerengu Fault assessment of late Quaternary slip rate using alluvial terrace and soil stratigraphy. Pages 100-108 in Geological Society of New Zealand miscellaneous publication 119B. Book chapter
Vick, J. C., A. J. Keith, and P. F. Baker. 2000. 1999 Tuolumne River outmigrant trapping report. Report 99-5 in 1999 Lower Tuolumne River annual report, Volume II. Prepared by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California with assistance from S. P. Cramer and Associates, Gresham, Oregon for the Tuolumne River Technical Advisory Committee.Report
Vick, J. C., and D. T. Pedersen. 2000. Calaveras River spawning gravel assessment. Technical memorandum. Prepared for Erwin Van Nieuwenhuyse (USFWS-AFRP) and John Raine (New Hogan Lake Conservancy) by Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley, California.Report
Vick, J., A. J. Keith, and D. Mierau. Unpublished. Predator population abundance, habitat associations, and potential management measures on the Tuolumne River, California. Stillwater Sciences, Berkeley and McBain & Trush, Arcata, California.Report
Weixelman, D. A., B. Hill, D. J. Cooper, E. L. Berlow, J. H. Viers, S. E. Purdy, A. G. Merrill, and S. E. Gross. 2011. A field key to meadow hydrogeomorphic types for the Sierra Nevada and Southern Cascade Ranges in California. General Technical Report R5-TP-034. Prepared by USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region, Vallejo, California.Report
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Wilcox, S. D. 1994. South Fork Power Project fish population monitoring 1993. Prepared by Ebasco Environmental for Oroville-Wyandotte Irrigation District, Sacramento, California.Report
Wilcox, S. D. 1998. Beaver Slough habitat restoration: the intersection of planning and reality. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Cal-Neva Chapter of the American Fisheries Society, Sacramento, California, 23-25 April.Report
Wilcox, S. D., and P. Johnson. 1993. Analysis of tributary habitat typing data. Prepared by Ebasco Environmental for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation/U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Trinity River Restoration Program, Sacramento, California.Report
Wilcox, S. D., and P. Johnson. 1993. Differential use of stream habitat types by anadromous salmonids in the Trinity and Klamath River basis: implications for stream restoration. Presented at the Annual Conference of the American Fisheries Society, Western Division.Report
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Wilcox, S. D., J. R. Martini, and E. J. Koford. 1994. Periphyton growth in the North Fork Stanislaus River Basin. Draft report. Prepared by Ebasco Environmental for Northern California Power Agency, Sacramento, California.Report
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