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Kiffney, P. M., N. Sean, C. Jeremy, M. Liermann, D. G. Burrows. In press. Multiple pathways of carbon and nitrogen incorporation by consumers across an experimental gradient of salmon carcass inputs. Ecosphere.
Beechie, T. J., O. Stefankiv, B. Timpane-Padgham, J. E. Hall, G. R. Pess, M. Rowse, M. Liermann, K. Fresh, and M. J. Ford. 2017. Monitoring Salmon Habitat Status and Trends in Puget Sound: Development of Sample Designs, Monitoring Metrics, and Sampling Protocols for Large River, Floodplain, Delta, and Nearshore Environments. U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-NWFSC-137.
Hines, D., M. Liermann, T. Seder, B. Cluer, G. R. Pess, C. Shoenebeck. 2017. Diel shifts in salmonid fry micro-habitat selection. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, Early view.
Liermann, M., G. R. Pess, M. McHenry, J. R. McMillan, M. Elofson, T. R. Bennett, R. Moses. 2017. 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.
Peters, R. J., M. Liermann, M. L. McHenry, P. Bakke, G. R. Pess. 2017. Changes in streambed composition in salmonid spawning habitat of the Elwha River during dam removal. Journal of American Water Resources Association, Early view.
Tabor, R. A., F. T. Waterstrat, D. W. Lantz, H. B. Berge, M. Liermann. 2017. Distribution, density, and size of migratory and fluvial sculpins in relation to barriers in Puget Sound lowland streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 37(4):729-742.
East, A., G. R. Pess, J. Bountry, C. Magirl, A. Ritchie, J. Logan, T. Randle, M. Mastin, J. J. Duda, M. Liermann, M. McHenry, T. J. Beechie. 2015. Large-scale dam removal on the Elwha River, Washington, USA: river channel and floodplain geomorphic change. Geomorphology, 228:765-786.
Ford, M. J., K. Barnas, T. Cooney, L. G. Crozier, M. Diaz, J. J. Hard, E. E. Holmes, D. M. Holzer, R. G. Kope, P. W. Lawson, M. Liermann, J. M. Myers, M. Rowse, D. J. Teel, D. M. Van Doornik, T. C. Wainwright, L. A. Weitkamp, M. Williams. 2015. Status Review Update for Pacific Salmon and Steelhead Listed under the Endangered Species Act: Pacific Northwest. Nationa Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
McMillan, J. R., G. R. Pess, M. Liermann, S. A. Morley, M. McHenry, L. A. Campbell, T. P. Quinn. 2015. Using redd attributes, fry density, and otolith microchemistry to distinguish the presence of steelhead and rainbow trout in the Elwha River Dam removal project. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 35(5):1019-1033.
Paranjpye, R.N., W. B. Nilsson, M. Liermann, E. D. Hilborn, B. J. George, Q. Li, B. D. Bill, V. L.Trainer, M. S. Strom, P. A. Sandifer. 2015. Environmental influences on the seasonal distribution ofVibrio parahaemolyticus in the Pacific Northwest of the U.S. FEMs Microbial Ecol. 91:2015 fic121.
Weitkamp, L. A., D. J. Teel, M. Liermann, S. A. Hinton, D. M. Van Doornik, P. J. Bentley. 2015. Stock-specific size and timing at ocean entry of Columbia River juvenile Chinook salmon and steelhead: implications for early ocean growth. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 7(1):370-392.
Liermann, M., D. Rawding, G. R. Pess, B. Glaser. 2014. The spatial distribution of salmon and steelhead redds and optimal sampling design. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 72(3):434-446.
Burke, B. J., M. Liermann, D. J. Teel, J. J. Anderson. 2013. Environmental and geospatial factors drive juvenile Chinook salmon distribution during early ocean migration. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 70(8):1167-1177.
Pess, G. R., T. P. Quinn, D. E. Schindler, M. Liermann. 2013. Freshwater habitat associations between pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha), chum (O. keta), and Chinook salmon (O. tshawytscha) in a watershed dominated by sockeye salmon (O. nerka) abundance. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 23(3):360-372.
Roni, P., M. Liermann, S. Muhar, S. Schmutz. 2013. Monitoring and evaluation of restoration actions. Pages 254-279 in Roni, P., T. J. Beechie. (Eds.) Stream and watershed restoration: a guide to restoring riverine processes and habitats. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. Hoboken, New Jersey.
Paranjpye, R. N., O. S. Hamel, A. Stojanovski, M. Liermann. 2012. Genetic diversity of clinical and environmental Vibrio parahaemolyticus strains from the Pacific Northwest. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 78(24):8631-8638.
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, Maryland
Pess, G. R., M. Liermann, M. L. McHenry, R. J. Peters, T. R. Bennett. 2012. 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.
Pess, G. R., P. M. Kiffney, M. Liermann, T. R. Bennett, J. H. Anderson, T. P. Quinn. 2011. 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.
Liermann, M., R. R. Sharma, C. K. Parken. 2010. Using accessible watershed size to predict management parameters for Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, populations with little or no spawner-recruit data: a Bayesian hierarchical modelling approach. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 17(1):40-51.
Sharma, R. R., M. Liermann. 2010. Using hierarchical models to estimate effects of ocean anomalies of Pacific Northwest Chinook, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, recruitment. Journal of Fish Biology, 77(8):1948-1963.
Pollock, M. M., T. J. Beechie, M. Liermann, R. Bigley. 2009. Stream temperature relationships to forest harvest in western Washington. Journal of American Water Resources Association, 45(1):141-156.
Liermann, M., P. Roni. 2008. More sites or more years? Optimal study design for monitoring fish response to watershed restoration. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 28(3):935-943.
Beechie, T. J., M. Liermann, M. M. Pollock, S. Baker, J. R. Davies. 2006. Channel pattern and river-floodplain dynamics in forested mountain river systems. Geomorphology, 78(1-2):124-141.
Beechie, T. J., M. Liermann, E. M. Beamer, R. Henderson. 2005. A classification of habitat types in a large river and their use by juvenile salmonids. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 134(3):717-729.
Roni, P., M. Liermann, C. E. Jordan, E. A. Steel. 2005. Steps for designing a monitoring and evaluation program for aquatic restoration. Pages 13-34 in Roni, P. (Ed.) Monitoring stream and watershed restoration. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.
Liermann, M., E. A. Steel, M. Rosing, P. Guttorp. 2004. Random denominators and the analysis of ratio data. Environmental and Ecological Statistics, 11(1):55-71.
Roni, P., M. Liermann, E. A. Steel. 2003. Monitoring and evaluating fish response to instream restoration. Pages 318-339 in Montgomery, D. R., D. Bolton, D. B. Booth, L. Wall. (Eds.) Restoration of Puget Sound rivers. University of Washington Press. Seattle.
Steel, E. A., M. Liermann, P. McElhany, N. L. Scholz, A. Cullen. 2003. Managing uncertainty in habitat recovery planning. Pages 74-89 in Beechie, T. J., P. Roni, E. A. Steel, E. Quimby. (Eds.) Ecosystem recovery planning for listed salmon: an integrated assessment approach for salmon habitat. U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Tech Memo NMFS-NWFSC-58.