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Liermann, M., G. R. Pess, M. McHenry, J. R. McMillan, M. Elofson, T. R. Bennett, R. Moses. 2017. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Relocation and recolonization of coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch in two tributaries to the Elwha River:  implications for management and monitoring. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.Go to metadata icon

Hall, J. E., P. Roni, T. R. Bennett, J. R. McMillan, K. Hanson, G. R. Pess, R. E. Moses, M. McHenry, W. Ehinger. 2016. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Life history diversity of steelhead in two coastal Washington watersheds. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 145(5):990-1005.Go to metadata icon

Bennett, T. R., P. Roni, K. P. Denton, M. McHenry, R. E. Moses. 2014. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Nomads no more: Early juvenile coho salmon migrants contribute to the adult return. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, (early view).Go to metadata icon

Buehrens, T. W., P. M. Kiffney, G. R. Pess, T. R. Bennett, S. M. Naman, G. T. Brooks, T. Quinn. 2014. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Increasing juvenile coho salmon densities during early recolonization have not affected resident coastal cutthroat trout growth, movement, or survival. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 34(5):892-907.Go to metadata icon

Anderson, J. H., G. R. Pess, P. M. Kiffney, T. R. Bennett, P. Faulds, T. P. Quinn. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Dispersal and tributary immigration by juvenile coho salmon contribute to spatial expansion during colonisation. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 22(1):30-42.Go to metadata icon

Naman, S. M., P. M. Kiffney, G. R. Pess, T. W. Buehrens, T. R. Bennett. 2013. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Abundance and body condition of sculpin (Cottids spp.) in a small forest stream following recolonization by juvenile coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch. River Research and Applications, 20(3):360-371.Go to metadata icon

Pess, G. R., J. R. McMillan, M. Liermann, S. A. Morley, T. J. Beechie, K. P. Denton, T. R. Bennett, D. Hernandez, P. Hicks, M. McHenry, M. Elofson, S. Sampson, R. E. Moses, R. Peters, P. Bakke, J. J. Duda, S. J. Brenkman. 2012. Elwha River baseline monitoring 2010-11. Report to the Open Rivers Initiative. NOAA Restoration Center. Silver Spring, MarylandGo to metadata icon

Pess, G. R., M. Liermann, M. L. McHenry, R. J. Peters, T. R. Bennett. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Juvenile salmonid response to the replacement of engineered logjams (ELJS) in the Elwha River, Washington State, USA. River Research and Applications, 28(7):872-881.Go to metadata icon

Roni, P., T. R. Bennett, R. Holland, G. R. Pess, K. Hanson, R. E. Moses, M. McHenry, W. Ehinger, J. Walter. 2012. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Factors affecting migration timing, growth and survival of juvenile coho salmon in two coastal Washington watersheds. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 141(4):890-906.Go to metadata icon

Kiffney, P. M., T. W. Buehrens, G. R. Pess, S. W. Naman, T. R. Bennett. 2011. Recolonization of anadromous fish in the Cedar River above Landsburg Diversion Dam: a ten-year evaluation. Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service to the City of Seattle Department of Public Utilities. Seattle.Go to metadata icon

Pess, G. R., P. M. Kiffney, M. Liermann, T. R. Bennett, J. H. Anderson, T. P. Quinn. 2011. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site The influences of body size, habitat quality, and competition on the movement and survival of juvenile coho salmon during the early stages of stream recolonization. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 140(4):883-897.Go to metadata icon

Roni, P., T. R. Bennett, S. A. Morley, G. R. Pess, K. Hanson, D. Van Slyke, P. Olmstead. 2006. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Rehabilitation of bedrock stream channels: the effects of boulder weir replacement on aquatic habitat and biota. River Research and Applications, 22(9):967-980.Go to metadata icon

Morley, S. A., P. S. Garcia, T. R. Bennett, P. Roni. 2005. The next link will exit from NWFSC web site Juvenile salmonid (Oncorhynchus spp.) use of constructed and natural side channels in Pacific Northwest rivers. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 62(12):2811-2821.Go to metadata icon