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Thurman, L.L., K. Alger, O. LeDee, L.M. Thompson, E. Hofmeister,  J.M. HUdson, A.M. Martin, T.A. Melvin, S.H. Olson, M. Pruvot, J.R. Rohr, J.A. Szymanski, O.A. Aleuy, and B. Zuckerberg.  2024.  Disease-smart climate adaptation for wildlife management and conservation.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment


Blanchard, M.R.J. E. Harris, J. J. Skalicky, G. S. Silver, J. C. Jolley. 2023. Patterns in distribution and density of larval lampreys in the mainstem Columbia River, Washington and Oregon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 43:1458-1474.  

Brignon, W.R., M.B. Davis, S. Gunckel, J. Dunham, M.H. Meeuwig, C. Allen and S. Clements. 2023. Engaging Stakeholders to Develop a Decision Support Model of Conservation Risk and Management Capacity to Prioritize Investments in Bull Trout Recovery. North American Journal of Fish Management, 43: 821-838.

Harris,J.E. , T. L. Liedtke, J. J. Skalicky, and L.K. Weiland. 2023.Salvage using electrofishing methods caused minimal mortality of burrowed and emerged larval lampreys in dewatered habitats.North American Journal of Fisheries Management 43:1553-1566.

Liedtke, T. L., J. E. Harris, M.R.Blanchard , A. B. Grote, and J. J. Skalicky. 2023.Responses of larval lampreys to dewatering: State of the science, critical uncertainties, and management implications. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 43:1475-1491.

Liedtke, T. L., J. E. HarrisC.J. Wang, and T. M. Sutton. 2023.Bringing partners together: a symposium on native lampreys and the Pacific Lamprey Conservation Initiative. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 43:1449-1457. 


Clemens, B. J., J. E. Harris, S. J. Starcevich, T. M. Evans, J. J. Skalicky, F. Neave, and R. T. Lampman. 2022. Sampling methods and survey designs for larval lampreys. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 42(2):455–474.

Peterson, D., Pearson, J., SIMPSON, W. 2022. Effects of common carp on water quality and submerged vegetation: results from a short-term mesocosm experiment in an artificial wetland. Marine and Freshwater Research. 73(7) 973-994

Whitesel, T.A., P.W. DeHaan, J. Doyle, B.A. Adams, P.M. Sankovich. 2022. Evaluating the success of a conservation reintroduction: The case of bull trout in the Wallowa River. Conservation Science and Practice. 2022; 4: e12674

Whitesel, T.A., C.T. Uh. 2022. Upper temperature limit of larval Pacific lamprey Entosphenus tridentatus: implications for conservation in a warming climate. Environmental Biology of Fishes.


Americus, B. E., Hams, N., Klompen A., Alama-Bermejo G., Lotan T., Bartholomew J., Atkinson S., 2021. The cnidarian parasite Ceratonova shasta utilizes inherited and recruited venom-like compounds during infection. PeerJ. 9:e12606.

Clemens, B.J. andWang, C.J., 2021. Dispelling misperceptions of native lampreys Entosphenus tridentatus in the Pacific northwest (USA).  Conservation Science and Practice, p.e402

Hood, W.G., Blauvelt, K., Bottom, D.L., Castro, J.M., Johnson, G.E., Jones, K.K., Krueger, K.L., Thom, R.M., Wilson, A., 2021. Using landscape ecology principles to prioritize habitat restoration projects across the Columbia River Estuary. Restoration Ecology.

Mettler, A.J., Chiotti, J.A., Briggs, A.S., Boase, J.C., DeBruyne, R.L., Roseman, E.F. and Drouin, R., 2022. Identifying and characterizing juvenile lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens, Rafinesque, 1817) occupancy hot spots within the St. Clair‐Detroit River System. Journal of Applied Ichthyology.

Wang, C.J., Hudson, J.M., Lassalle, G. and Whitesel, T.A., 2021. Impacts of a changing climate on native lamprey species: from physiology to ecosystem services. Journal of Great Lakes Research.

Wohl E, Castro J, Cluer B, Merritts D, Powers P, Staab B and Thorne C. 2021. Rediscovering, Reevaluating,and Restoring Lost River-Wetland Corridors. Front. Earth Sci. 9:653623


Harris, J. E. 2020. Assessing accuracy and bias of protocols to estimate age of Pacific salmon using scales. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 40:1007-1022. 

Harris JE, GS Silver, JC Jolley, RD Nelle, and TA Whitesel. 2020. A stepwise approach to assess the occupancy state of larval lampreys in streams. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 11(1):226-237

Harris, J.E., J.J. Skalicky, T.L. Liedtke, L.K. Weiland, B.J. Clemens, and A.E. Gray. 2020. Effects of dewatering on behavior, distribution, and abundance of larval lampreysRiver Research and Applications 36:2001 

Hume, J.B., Almeida, P.R., Buckley, C.M., Criger, L.A., Madenjian, C.P., Robinson, K.F., Wang, C.J. and Muir, A.M., 2020. Managing native and non-native sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) through anthropogenic change: a prospective assessment of key threats and uncertainties. Journal of Great Lakes Research. 

Lucas, M.C., Hume, J.B., Almeida, P.R., Aronsuu, K., Habit, E., Silva, S., Wang, C.J. and Zampatti, B., 2020. Emerging conservation initiatives for lampreys: Research challenges and opportunities. Journal of Great Lakes Research.

Wang, C. J.,H. A. Schaller, K. C. Coates, M. C. Hayes and R. K. Rose. 2020. Climate change vulnerability assessment for Pacific Lamprey in rivers of the Western United States. Journal of Freshwater Ecology. 35(1): 29-55

Whitesel, T.A., M. McGree, G.S. Silver. 2020. Predicting larval metamorphosis of Pacific lamprey Entosphenus tridentatus through measurements of length and mass. Journal of Fish Biology.


Castro, J.M. and C.R. Thorne. 2019. The stream evolution triangle: Integrating geology, hydrology, and biology. River Research and Applications.

Clemens, B.J., L. Weitkamp, K. Siwicke, J. Wade, J. Harris, J. Hess, L. Porter, K. Parker, T.M. Sutton, and A.M. Orlov. 2019. Marine biology of the Pacific lamprey Entosphenus tridentatus. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 29:767-788.

Johnson M F, Thorne C R, Castro, J.M., G.M. Kondolf, C.S. Mazzacano, S.B. Rood, and C. Westbrook. 2019. Biomic river restoration: a new focus for river management. River Research and Applications, 36: 3-12. 

Spice, E.K., T. A. Whitesel, G.S. Silver, and MF Docker. 2019. Contemporary and historical river connectivity influence population structure in western brook lamprey in the Columbia River Basin. Conservation Genetics. 20:299-314


Harris, J.E., C. Newlon, P.J. Howell, R.C. Koch, and S.L. Haeseker. 2018. Modeling individual variability in growth of bull trout in the Walla Walla River Basin using a hierarchical von Bertalanffy growth model. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 27(1):103-115

Runde, B.J., J.E. Harris, and J.A. Buckel. 2018. Symposium review: using electronic tags to estimate vital rates in fishes. Fisheries 43(6):268-270

Simpson WG. 2018. The entrainment and screening of returning and postspawning adult salmonids at irrigation canals of the Umatilla River, Oregon. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 9(1):285-295; e1944-687X


Allard, D. J.,T. A. Whitesel, S. C. Lohr and M. L. Koski. 2017. Western Pearlshell Mussel Life History in Merrill Creek, Oregon: Reproductive Timing, Growth, and Movement. Northwest Science, 91(1):1-14.

Brignon W.R. 2017. Spatial and temporal segregation of wild and hatchery winter steelhead populations in Eagle Creek, Oregon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 37:3

Brignon W.R., J.T. Peterson, J.B. Dunham, H.A. Schaller and C.B. Schreck. 2017. Evaluating trade-offs in bull trout reintroduction strategies using structured decision making. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 75(2): 293-307

Brignon W.R., Martin M. Pike, Lars O. E. Ebbesson, Howard A. Schaller, James T. Peterson, Carl B. Schreck. 2017. Rearing environment influences boldness and prey acquisition behavior, and brain and lens development of bull trout. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 101(3): 383-401

Harris, J.E. and J.C. Jolley. 2017. Estimation of occupancy, density, and abundance of larval lampreys in tributary river mouths upstream of dams on the Columbia River, Washington and Oregon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 74(6):843-852

Hightower, J.E., and J.E. Harris. 2017. Estimating fish mortality rates using telemetry and multistate models. Fisheries 42(4):210-219

Jolley, J.C., G.S. Silver, J.E. Harris, and T.A. Whitesel. 2017. Pacific lamprey recolonization of a Pacific Northwest river following dam removal. River Research and Applications. 34:44-51.

Jolley, J.C., C.T. Uh, G.S. Silver, and T.A. Whitesel. 2017. Low Mortality of Larval Lampreys from Electrofishing, Suction-pumping, Anesthesia, and Handling. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management. 8:2 640-647

Silver, B.P., J.M. Hudson, S.C. Lohr and T.A. Whitesel. 2017. Short-term response of a coastal wetland fish assemblage to tidal regime restoration in Oregon. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 8(1): 193-208

Silver, B.P., J.M. Hudson, C.T. Smith, K.J. Lujan, M. Brown and T.A. Whitesel. 2017. An urban stream can support a healthy population of coastal cutthroat trout. Urban Ecosystems. 21(2): 291-304


Allen, M. B., R.O. Engle, J.S. Zendt, F.C. Shrier, J. T. Wilson, and P. J. Connolly. 2016. Salmon and Steelhead in the White Salmon River after the Removal of Condit Dam-Planning Efforts and Recolonization Results. Fisheries 41:4, 190-203

Brignon W.R. 2016.Linking Moral Obligations, Assumption-based Research, and Structured Decision Making to Inform Bull Trout Recovery. PhD dissertation. Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon USA

Docker, M. F., G. S. Silver, J. C. Jolley, and E. K. Spice. 2016. Simple Genetic Assay Distinguishes Lamprey Genera Entosphenus and Lampetra: Comparison with Existing Genetic and Morphological Identification Methods. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36(4):780-787

Harris, J.E., J.C. Jolley, G.S. Silver, H. Yuen and T.A. Whitesel. 2016. An Experimental Evaluation of Electrofishing Catchability and Catch Depletion Abundance Estimates of Larval Lampreys in a Wadeable Stream: Use of a Hierarchical Approach. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 145:5, 1006-1017

Jolley, J.C., G. Kovalchuk, and M.F. Docker. 2016. River Lamprey (Lampetra ayresii) Outmigrant Upstream of the John Day Dam in the Mid-Columbia River. Northwestern Naturalist 97(1): 48-52

Simpson, WG, DP Peterson, K Steinke. 2016.  Effect of waveform and voltage gradient on the survival of electroshocked steelhead embryos and larvae. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 36: 1149-1155. 


Dawson, H.A., B.R. Quintella, P.R. Almeida, A.J. Treble, and J.C. Jolley. 2015. The ecology of larval and metamorphosing lampreys. Pages 75-137 in M.F. Docker, editor. Lampreys: biology, conservation and control, volume 1. Springer Science, New York. 

Jolley, J.C., C.T. Uh, G.S. Silver. 2015. Feeding and growth of larval Pacific lamprey reared in captivity. North American Journal of Aquaculture 77(4): 449-459

Jolley, J.C., M.C. Satter, G.S. Silver and T.A. Whitesel. 2015. Evaluation of Methods to Measure Condition in Pacific Northwest Larval Lampreys. Northwest Science, 89(3):270-279

Silver, G.S. 2015. Investigations of larval Pacific lamprey Entosphenus tridentatus osmotic stress tolerance and occurrence in a tidally-influenced estuarine stream. Master's thesis, Portland State University, Portland

Wang, C., and H. Schaller. 2015. Conserving Pacific Lamprey through Collaborative Efforts, Fisheries. 40:2, 72-79


Hand, D.M., W.R. Brignon, and D.E. Olson. 2014. Adult Recovery of Hatchery Spring Chinook Salmon Adipose Fin-clipped and Coded-Wire-Tagged Using an Automated and Manual Marking Trailer. North American Journal of Aquaculture 76: 364-368

Hudson, J.M., M. Kavanagh, S. Castle & B. Silver. 2014.Lack of Effect on Embryo Mortality and Fry Growth from Adult Coho Salmon Subjected to Electronarcosis Prior to Spawning. North American Journal of Aquaculture, 76:346-350

Kavanagh, M. & D. E. Olson. 2014. The Effects of Rearing Density on Growth, Fin Erosion,Survival, and Migration Behavior of Hatchery Winter Steelhead. North American Journal of Aquaculture, 76:4 323-332

Schaller, H.A., C.E. Petrosky, and E.S. Tinus. 2014. Evaluating river management during seaward migration to recover Columbia River stream-type Chinook salmon considering the variation in marine conditions. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 71(2) 259-271

Smith, Christian T., R. French, J. Lovtang, and D. Hand. 2014. Genetic Composition of the Warm Springs River Chinook Salmon Population Maintained following Eight Generations of Hatchery Production. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143: 1280-1294


Hayes, M.C. R. Hays, S.P. Rubin, D.M. Chase, M. Hallock, C. Cook-Tabor, C.W. Luzier, and M.L. Moser. 2013. Distribution of Pacific Lamprey Entophenus tridentatus in Watersheds of Puget Sound Based on Smolt Monitoring Data. Northwest Science 87: 95-105

Kurath G., J. C. Jolley, T. M. Thompson, D. Thompson, T. A. Whitesel, S. Gutenberger, and J. R. Winton. 2013. Ammocoetes of Pacific Lamprey Are Not Susceptible to Common Fish Rhabdoviruses of the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health 25:274-280

Olson, D. and M. Paiya. 2013. An Evaluation of Rearing Densities to Improve Growth and Survival of Hatchery Spring Chinook Salmon. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 4(1):114-123;e1944-687X.


Brignon W.R., D.E. Olson , M.H. Peters and S.K. Gutenberger. 2012. Baffled and Standard Raceways: A Comparison of Juvenile Spring Chinook Salmon Performance and Smolt-to-Adult Survival. North American Journal of Aquaculture, 74:3, 314-319

Brignon W.R., M.B., D.E. Olson, H.A. Schaller and C.B. Schreck. 2012. Factors influencing density, distribution, and mesohabitat selection of juvenile wild salmonids and residual hatchery winter steelhead. Aquaculture 362:137-147

DeHaan P.W., P. D. Scheerer, R. Rhew & W. R. Ardren 2012. Analyses of Genetic Variation in Populations of Oregon Chub, a Threatened Floodplain Minnow in a Highly Altered Environment. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 141:2, 533-549

Haeseker S.L., J.A. McCann, J. Tuomikoski and B. Chockley 2012. Assessing Freshwater and Marine Environmental Influences on Life-Stage-Specific Survival Rates of Snake River Spring-Summer Chinook Salmon and Steelhead. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 141:1, 121-138

Howell, P.J. and P.M. Sankovich. 2012. An Evaluation of Redd Counts as a Measure of Bull Trout Population Size and Trend. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 32:1, 1-13

Jolley, J.C., G.S. Silver, and T.A. Whitesel. 2012. Occupancy and Detection of Larval Pacific Lampreys and Lampetra spp. in a Large River: the Lower Willamette River. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141:2, 305-312

Poirier, J.M., T.A. Whitesel, and J.R. Johnson. 2012. Chum salmon spawning activity in tributaries below Bonneville Dam: The relationship with tailwater elevation and season precipitation. River Research and Application 28:882-892

Simpson, WG, KG Ostrand. 2012.  Effects of entrainment and bypass at screened irrigation canals on juvenile steelhead. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141: 599-609. 

Starcevich S.J., P.J. Howell, S.E. Jacobs, P.M. Sankovich. 2012. Seasonal Movement and Distribution of Fluvial Adult Bull Trout in Selected Watersheds in the Mid-Columbia River and Snake River Basins. PLoS ONE 7(5): e37257


Baumsteiger, J., D. M. Hand, D. E. Olson, R. Spateholts, G. FitzGerald, and W. R. Ardren. Use of parentage analysis to determine reproductive success of hatchery-origin spring Chinook salmon outplanted into Shitike Creek, Oregon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:1472-1485

Brignon W.R., M.B. Davis M.B., D.E. Olson, H.A. Schaller and C.B. Schreck. 2011. Snorkelers’ in-water observations can alter salmonid behavior. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management. 2(1):90-98; e1944-687X. 

Hudson, J.M., J.R. Johnson, and B. Kynard. 2011. A portable electronarcosis system for anesthetizing salmonids and other fish. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 31:335-339

Smith, Christian T. and Engle, Rod. 2011. Persistent Reproductive Isolation between Sympatric Lineages of Fall Chinook Salmon in White Salmon River, Washington. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 140: 3, 699-715

Spice E.K., T.A. Whitesel, C.T. McFarlane, and M.F. Docker. 2011. Characterization of 12 microsatellite loci for the Pacific lamprey, Entosphenus tridentatus (Petromyzontidae), and cross-amplification in five other lamprey species. Genetics and Molecular Research 10 (4): 3246-3250


Clarke, L.R., M.W. Flesher, T.A. Whitesel, G.R. Vonderohe, and R.W. Carmichael. 2010. Postrelease Performance of Acclimated and Directly Released Hatchery Summer Steelhead into Oregon Tributaries of the Snake River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30: 1098-1109

Hand, D.M., W.R.Brignon, D.E. Olson, and J. Rivera. 2010. Comparing Two Methods Used to Mark Juvenile Chinook Salmon: Automated and Manual Marking. North American Journal of Aquaculture 72: 10-17

Johnson, J.R., J. Baumsteiger, J. Zydlewski, J.M. Hudson, and W. Ardren. 2010. Evidence of panmixia between sympatric life history forms of coastal cutthroat trout in two lower Columbia River tributaries. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30:691-701

Petrosky, C. E. and H. A Schaller. 2010. Influence of river conditions during seaward migration and ocean conditions on survival rates of Snake River Chinook salmon and steelhead. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 19:520-536


Hatten, J., K. Tiffan, D. Anglin, S. Haeseker, J. Skalicky, and H. Schaller. 2009. A Spatial Model to Assess the Effects of Hydropower Operations on Columbia River Fall Chinook Salmon Spawning Habitat. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:1379-1405, 2009

Howell, P.J., J.B. Dunham, and P.M. Sankovich. 2009.Relationships between water temperatures and upstream migration, cold water refuge use, and spawning of adult bull trout from the Lostine River, Oregon, USA. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 2010: 19: 96-106

Luzier, C.W., M.F. Docker and T.A. Whitesel. 2009. Characterization of ten microsatellite loci for western brook lamprey Lampetra richardsoni. Conservation Genetics Resources 10.1007/s12686-009-9155-z

Silver, G.S., C.W. Luzier, and T.A. Whitesel. 2009. Detection and Longevity of Uncured and Cured Visible Implant Elastomer Tags in Larval Pacific Lampreys. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29:1496-1501

Simpson, WG, BM Kennedy, KG Ostrand. 2009. Seasonal foraging and piscivory by sympatric wild and hatchery-reared steelhead from an integrated hatchery program. Environmental Biology of Fishes 86: 473-482. 

Wilson, P. H., H.A. Schaller, C.E. Petrosky, and J. Loomis. 2009. Judging Cost-Effectiveness of Management of Snake River Salmon: Response to Halsing and Moore. Conservation Biology 23: 475-478


Finn, V., D. Young, T. Cummings, and J.M. Hudson. 2008. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Coastal Cutthroat Trout Conservation Activities and Vision. Pages 133-134 in P. J. Connolly, T. H. Williams, and R. E. Gresswell, editors. The 2005 coastal cutthroat trout symposium: status, management, biology, and conservation. Oregon Chapter, American Fisheries Society, Portland

McGree, M., T. Whitesel, and J. Stone. 2008. Larval Metamorphosis of Individual Pacific Lampreys Reared in Captivity. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 137:1866-1878


Budy, P. and H. Schaller. 2007. Evaluating Tributary Restoration Potential for Pacific Salmon Recovery. Ecological Applications, 17(4), pp. 1068-1086

Rhew, R. 2007. Redband Trout and the Endangered Species Act. Pages 123-126 in R.K. Schroeder and J.D. Hall, editors. Redband Trout: Resilience and Challenge in a Changing Landscape, Oregon Chapter, American Fisheries Society, 2007

Schaller H. and C. Petrosky. 2007. Assessing Hydrosystem Influence on Delayed Mortality of Snake River Stream-Type Chinook Salmon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:810-824


Stone J. 2006. Observations on Nest Characteristics, Spawning Habitat, and Spawning Behavior of Pacific and Western Brook Lamprey in a Washington Stream. Northwestern Naturalist 87:225-232


Al-Chokhachy, R., P. Budy, and H. Schaller. 2005. Understanding the Significance of Redd Counts: a Comparison between Two Methods for Estimating the Abundance of and Monitoring Bull Trout Populations. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:1505-1512

Tiffan K.F., D.W. Rondorf, and J.J. Skalicky. 2005. Diel Spawning of Chum Salmon in the Columbia River. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 2005;134:892-900

Yuen, H and R. Sharma. 2005. Using simulation techniques to estimate management parameters on Snake River steelhead: Declines in productivity make rebuilding difficult North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25: 446-463


Hand, D.M. and D.E. Olson. 2004. Creating a Sanctuary for Wild Steelhead Trout Through Hatchery Operations. Published as part of the proceedings of the Wild Trout VIII Symposium, Yellowstone National Park

McHugh, P., P. Budy, and H. Schaller. 2004. A Model-Based Assessment of the Potential Response of Snake River Spring-Summer Chinook Salmon to Habitat Improvements. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 133:622-638

Olson, D.E., B. Spateholts, M. Paiya, and D.E. Campton. 2004. Salmon hatcheries for the 21st century: A model at Warm Springs National Fish Hatchery. Pages 585-602 in M.J. Nickum, P.M. Mazik, J.G. Nickum, and D.D. MacKinlay, editors. Propagated fish in resource management. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 44, Bethesda, Maryland

Pastor, S.M. 2004. An evaluation of fresh water recoveries of fish released from national fish hatcheries in the Columbia River basin, and observations of straying. Pages 87-98 in M.J. Nickum, P.M. Mazik, J.G. Nickum, and D.D. MacKinlay, editors. Propagated fish in resource management. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 44, Bethesda, Maryland

Stone, J., S. Barndt and M. Gangloff. 2004. Spatial distribution and habitat use of the western pearlshell mussel (Margaritifera falcata) in a western Washington stream. Journal of Freshwater Ecology 19(3): 341-352

Tiffan K.F., D.W. Rondorf, and J.J. Skalicky. 2004. Imaging Fall Chinook Salmon Redds in the Columbia River with a Dual-Frequency Identification Sonar. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:1421-1426


Barndt S., J. Stone. 2003. Infestation of Salmincola californiensis (Copepoda: Lernaeopodidae) in Wild Coho Salmon, Steelhead, and Coastal Cutthroat Trout Juveniles in a Small Columbia River Tributary. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 132:1027-1032

Wilson, P. H. 2003. Using Population Projection Matrices to Evaluate Recovery Strategies for Snake River Spring and Summer Chinook Salmon. Conservation Biology 17: 782-794


Budy, P., G.P. Thiede, N. Bouwes, C.E. Petrosky, and H. Schaller. 2002. Evidence Linking Delayed Mortality of Snake River Salmon to Their Earlier Hydrosystem Experience. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22:35-51


Olson, D.and B. Spateholts. 2001. Hatcheries, Harvest and Wild Fish: An Integrated Program at Warm Springs National Fish Hatchery, Oregon. Pages 23-42 in the Proceedings of the 52nd Annual Pacific Northwest Fish Culture Conference, hosted by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Portland, Oregon

Petrosky, C.E., H.A. Schaller, and P. Budy. 2001. Productivity and survival rate trends in the freshwater spawning and rearing stage of Snake River chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58: 1196-1206


Lohr, S., T. Cummings, W. Fredenberg, and S. Duke. 2000. Listing and recovery planning for bull trout. Pages 80-87 in D. Schill, S. Moore, P. Byorth and B. Hamre, editors, Wild Trout VII, Management in the New Millennium: Are We Ready? Beyond Words, Fort Collins, Colorado

Schaller, H.A., C.E. Petrosky, and O.P. Langness. 2000. Reply to Zabel and Williams' comments on "Contrasting patterns of productivity and survival rates for stream-type chinook salmon (Onchorynchus tshawytscha) populations of the Snake and Columbia rivers" by Schaller et al. (1999). Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 57: 1742-1746


Schaller, H.A.,C.E. Petrosky, and O.P. Langness. 1999. Contrasting patterns of productivity and survival rates for stream- type chinook salmon (Onchorynchus tshawytscha) populations of the Snake and Columbia rivers. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 56: 1031-1045