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Chittaro, P. M., L. L. Johnson, D. J. Teel, P. Moran, S. Y. Sol, K. H. Macneale, R. W. Zabel. In press. Variability in the performance of juvenile Chinook salmon is explained primarily by when and where they resided in estuarine habitats. Ecology of Freshwater Fish.
Chittaro, P. M., R. W. Zabel, B. R. Beckman, D. A. Larsen, A. E. Tillotson. 2015. Validation of daily increment formation in otoliths from spring Chinook salmon. Northwest Science, 89(1):93-98. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.3955/046.089.0107
Chittaro, P. M., R. W. Zabel, K. Haught, B. L. Sanderson, B. P. Kennedy. 2014. Spatial and temporal patterns of growth and consumption by juvenile spring/summer Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha. Environmental Biology of Fishes, preview online.
Chittaro, P. M., J. D. Hogan. 2013. Patterns of connectivity among populations of a coral reef fish. Coral Reefs, 32(2):341-354.
Chittaro, P. M., R. W. Zabel, W. A. Palsson, C. Grandin. 2013. Population interconnectivity and implications for recovery of a species of concern, the Pacific hake of Georgia Basin. Marine Biology, 160:1157-170.
Zabel, R. W., B. P. Kennedy, W. P. Connor, P. M. Chittaro, J. Hegg. 2012. Identifying overwintering location and natal origin for Snake River fall Chinook salmon. Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service, University of Idaho, and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Walla Walla, Washington, Seattle.
Zabel, R. W., K. Haught, P. M. Chittaro. 2011. Variability In fish length/otolith size relationships among populations of Chinook salmon. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 89(3-4):267-278.
Chittaro, P. M., I. C. Kaplan, A. A. Keller, P. S. Levin. 2010. Trade-offs between species conservation and the size of marine protected areas. Conservation Biology, 24(1):197-206.
Chittaro, P. M., T. Klinger, K. Telmer, M. Sanborn, L. Morgan. 2010. Using otolith chemistry to investigate population structure of quillback rockfish in the Georgia Basin. Northwest Science, 84(3):243-254.
Chittaro, P. M., R. J. Finley, P. S. Levin. 2009. Spatial and temporal patterns in the contribution of fish from their juvenile habitats. Oecologia, 160(1):49-61.