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Hall, J. E., C. M. Greene, O. Stefankiv, J. H. Anderson, B. Timpane-Padgham, G. R. Pess, T. J. Beechie. 2018. Large river habitat complexity and productivity of Chinook salmon in Puget Sound Rivers. PLoS ONE.
Chamberlin, J. W., B. R. Beckman, C. M. Greene, C. A. Rice, J. E. Hall. 2017. How relative size and abundance structures the relationship between size and individual growth in an ontogenetically piscivorous fish. Ecology and Evolution.
Harvey, C., N. Garfield, G. Williams, K. Andrews, C. Barceló, K. Barnas, S. Bograd, R. Brodeur, B. Burke, J. Cope, L. deWitt, J. Field, J. Fisher, C. Greene, T. Good, E. Hazen, D. Holland, M. Jacox, S. Kasperski, S. Kim, A. Leising, S. Melin, C. Morgan, S. Munsch, K. Norman, W. T. Peterson, M. Poe, J. Samhouri, I. Schroeder, W. Sydeman, J. Thayer, A. Thompson, N. Tolimieri, A. Varney, B. Wells, T. Williams, and J. Zamon. 2017. Ecosystem Status Report of the California Current for 2017: A Summary of Ecosystem Indicators Compiled by the California Current Integrated Ecosystem Assessment Team (CCIEA). U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-NWFSC-139.
Bennett, S., G. R. Pess, N. Bouwes, P. Roni, R. E. Bilby, S. Gallagher, J. Ruzycki, T. W. Buehrens, W. Ehinger, J. H. Anderson, C. E. Jordan, B. Bowersox, C. M. Greene. 2016. Progress and challenges of testing the effectiveness of stream restoration in the Pacific Northwest using intensively monitored watersheds. Fisheries, 41(2):93-103.
Naman, S. M., C. M. Greene, C. A. Rice, J. W. Chamberlin, L. Conway-Cranos, J. R. Cordell, J. E. Hall, L. D. Rhodes. 2016. Stable isotope-based trophic structure of pelagic fish and jellyfish across natural and anthropogenic landscape gradients in a fjord estuary. Ecology and Evolution, 6(22):8159-8173.
Greene, C. M., L. Kuehne, C. A. Rice, K. L. Fresh, D. Penttila. 2015. Forty years of change in forage fish and jellyfish abundance across greater Puget Sound, Washington (USA): anthropogenic and climate associations. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 525:153-170.
Oyafuso, Z., A. E. Baxter, J. E. Hall, S. M. Naman, C. M. Greene, L. D. Rhodes. 2015. Widespread detection of human- and ruminant origin Bacteroidales markers in subtidal waters of the Salish Sea in Washington State. Journal of Water and Health, 13(3):827-837.
Zimmerman, M., J. R. Irvine, M. O'Neill, J. H. Anderson, C. M. Greene, J. Weinheimer, M. Trudel, K. Rawson. 2015. Spatial and temporal patterns in smolt survival of wild and hatchery coho salmon in the Salish Sea. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1):116-134.
Busch, D. S., C. M. Greene, T. P. Good. 2013. Estimating effects of tidal power projects and climate change on threatened and endangered marine species and their food web. Conservation Biology, 27(6):1190-1200.
Reum, J. C., T. E. Essington, C. M. Greene, C. A. Rice, K. L. Fresh. 2013. Biotic and abiotic controls on body size during a critical life history stage of a pelagic fish, Pacific herring (Clupea pallasi). Fisheries Oceanography, 22(4):324-336.
Greene, C. M., E. M. Beamer. 2012. Monitoring population responses to estuary restoration by Skagit River chinook salmon. Intensively Monitored Watershed Project Annual Report, National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle.
Rice, C. A., J. J. Duda, C. M. Greene, J. R. Karr. 2012. Geographic patterns of fishes and jellyfish in Puget Sound surface waters. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 4(1):117-128.
Reum, J. C., T. E. Essington, C. M. Greene, C. A. Rice, K. L. Fresh. 2011. Multiscale influence of climate on estuarine populations of forage fish: the role of coastal upwelling, freshwater flow, and temperature. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 425:203-215.
Rhodes, L. D., C. A. Rice, C. M. Greene, D. J. Teel, S. L. Nance, P. Moran, C. A. Durkin, S. B. Gezhegne. 2011. Nearshore ecosystem predictors of a bacterial infection in juvenile Chinook salmon. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 432:161-172.
Rice, C. A., C. M. Greene, P. Moran, D. J. Teel, D. R. Kuligowski, R. Reisenbichler, E. M. Beamer, J. R. Karr, K. L. Fresh. 2011. Abundance, length, and stock origin of marked and unmarked juvenile Chinook salmon in the surface waters of greater Puget Sound. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 140(1):170-189.
Arthaud, D. L., C. M. Greene, K. Guilbault, J. V. Morrow. 2010. Contrasting life-cycle impacts of stream flow on two Chinook salmon populations. Hydrobiologia, 655(1):171-188.
Yoklavich, M. M., K. Blackhart, S. K. Brown, C. M. Greene, T. Minello, T. Noji, M. Parke, F. Parrish, K. Smith, R. Smith, W. W. Wakefield. 2010. Marine fisheries habitat assessment improvement plan. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-F/SPO-108.
Greene, C. M., J. Hall, K. Guilbault, T. P. Quinn. 2009. Improved viability of populations with diverse life history portfolios. Biology Letters, 6(3):382-386.
Greene, C. M., G. R. Pess. 2009. Multispecies modeling for salmon: alternatives, challenges, and opportunities. Pages 429-454 in Knudsen, E. E., J. H. Michael Jr. (Eds.) Pacific salmon environmental and life history models: advancing science for sustainable salmon in the future. AFS Symposium 71. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland.
Hall, J. E., J. W. Chamberlin, A. N. Kagley, C. M. Greene, K. L. Fresh. 2009. Effects of gastric and surgical insertions of dummy ultrasonic transmitters on juvenile Chinook salmon in seawater. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 138(1):52-57.
Hershberger, P. K., N. Elder, C. A. Grady, J. L. Gregg, C. A. Pacheco, C. M. Greene, C. A. Rice, T. R. Meyers. 2009. Prevalence of viral erthrocytic necrosis in Pacific herring and epizootics in Skagit Bay, Puget Sound, Washington. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health, 21(1):1-7.
Greene, C. M., K. Guilbault. 2008. Density-dependent constraints on spawning and incubation. Pages 59-81 in Sear, D. A., P. DeVries. (Eds.) Salmonid spawning habitat in rivers: Physical controls, biological responses, and approaches to remediation. AFS Symposium 65. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland.
Greene, C. M. 2008. Population dynamics—Allee effects. Pages 123-127 in Jorgensen, S. E., B. D. Fath. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of ecology. Elsevier, Oxford.
Reichert, W. L., C. M. Greene, R. E. Bilby. 2008. Seasonal variations in stable isotope ratios of juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) from western Washington rivers. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 65(4):681-690.
Rice, S. P., P. M. Kiffney, C. M. Greene, G. R. Pess. 2008. The ecological importance of tributaries and confluences. Pages 209-237 in Rice, S. P., A. G. Roy, B. L. Rhoads. (Eds.) River confluences, tributaries and the fluvial network. Wiley Publishing, London.
Beechie, T. J., C. M. Greene, L. Holsinger, E. M. Beamer. 2006. Incorporating parameter uncertainty into evaluation of spawning habitat limitations on Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) populations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 63(6):1242-1250.
Kiffney, P. M., C. M. Greene, J. R. Davies, J. E. Hall. 2006. Tributary streams create spatial discontinuities in habitat, biological productivity, and diversity in mainstem rivers. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 63(11):2518-2530.
Beamer, E. M., A. McBride, C. M. Greene, R. Henderson, G. Hood, K. Wolf, K. Larsen, C. A. Rice, K. L. Fresh. 2005. Delta and nearshore restoration for the recovery of wild Skagit River Chinook salmon: linking estuary restoration to wild Chinook salmon populations. Appendix D in Skagit Chinook Recovery Plan. Report of the Skagit River System Cooperative. LaConner, Washington.
Greene, C. M., D. Jensen, G. R. Pess, E. M. Beamer, E. A. Steel. 2005. Effects of environmental conditions during stream, estuary, and ocean residency on Chinook salmon return rates in the Skagit River, Washington. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 134(6):1562-1581.
Greene, C. M., T. J. Beechie. 2004. Consequences of potential density-dependent mechanisms on recovery of ocean-type Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 61(4):590-602.
Greene, C. M. 2003. Habitat selection reduces extinction of populations subject to Allee effects. Theoretical Population Biology, 64(1):1-10.