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Wathen, G., J. E. Allgeier, N. Bouwes, M. M. Pollock, D. E. Schindler, C. E. Jordan. In press. Habitat complexity increases spatial partitioning by steelhead trout. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
Weber N, Bouwes N, Pollock MM, Volk C, Wheaton JM, Wathen G, et al. (2017) Alteration of stream temperature by natural and artificial beaver dams. PLoS ONE 12(5): e0176313. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0176313
Bouwes, N., N. Weber, C. E. Jordan, M. M. Pollock, W. C. Saunders, I. A. Tattam, C. Volk, J. M. Wheaton. 2016. Ecosystem experiment reveals benefits of beaver assisted restoration to a population of E.S.A. listed steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Scientific Reports.
Hall, J. E., M. M. Pollock, S. Hoh, C. Volk, J. Goldsmith, C. E. Jordan. 2015. Evaluation of dryland riparian restoration with cottonwood and willow using deep-planting and herbivore protection. Ecosphere, 6(12):263.
Pollock, M. M. 2014. An analysis of the effects of riparian forest harvest on instream wood recruitment as proposed by the Idaho Forestry Program for state and private timberlands in the Clearwater and Salmon River Basins. Report of the NMFS Northwest Fisheries Science Center to the NMFS Idaho State Habitat Office, Boise.
Pollock, M. M., T. J. Beechie. 2014. Does riparian forest restoration thinning enhance biodiversity? The ecological importance of large wood. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 50(3):543-559.
Pollock, M. M., T. J. Beechie, J. M. Wheaton, C. E. Jordan, N. Bouwes, N. Weber, C. Volk. 2014. Using beaver dams to restore incised stream ecosystems. Bioscience, 64(4):279-290.
Lanman, C. W., K. Lundquist, H. Perryman, J. Asarian, B. Dohlman, R. B. Lanman, M. M. Pollock. 2013. The historical range of beaver (Castor canadensis) in coastal California: an updated review of the evidence. California Fish and Game, 99(4):193-221.
Pollock, M. M., T. J. Beechie, H. Imaki. 2012. Using reference conditions in ecosystem restoration: an example for riparian conifer forests in the Pacific Northwest. Ecosphere, 3(11):1-23.
Pollock, M. M., J. M. Wheaton, N. Bouwes, C. Volk, N. Weber, C. E. Jordan. 2012. Working with beaver to restore salmon habitat in the Bridge Creek intensively monitored watershed: Design rationale and hypotheses. U.S. Dept. of Commerce, NOAA Tech. Memo., NMFS-NWFSC-120.
Hall, J., M. M. Pollock, S. Hoh. 2011. Methods for successful establishment of black cottonwood and willow along an incised stream in semiarid eastern Oregon, USA. Ecological Restoration, 29(3):261-269.
Beechie, T. J., D. A. Sear, J. D. Olden, G. R. Pess, J. Buffington, H. Moir, P. Roni, M. M. Pollock. 2010. Process-based principles for restoring river ecosystems. Bioscience, 60(3):209-222.
Pollock, M. M., T. J. Beechie. 2010. Reply to discussion: Stream temperature relationships to forest harvest in western Washington. Journal of American Water Resources Association, 46(4):843-847.
Beechie, T. J., G. R. Pess, M. M. Pollock, M. H. Ruckelshaus, P. Roni. 2009. Restoring rivers in the twenty-first century: science challenges in a management context. Pages 695-716 in The future of fisheries science in North America. Springer Netherlands. Berlin, Heidelberg.
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.
Beechie, T. J., M. M. Pollock, S. Baker. 2008. Channel incision, evolution, and potential recovery in the Walla Walla and Tucannon River basins, northwestern USA. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 33(5):784-800.
Pollock, M. M., T. J. Beechie, C. E. Jordan. 2007. Geomorphic changes upstream of beaver dams in Bridge Creek, an incised stream channel in the interior Columbia River basin, eastern, Oregon. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 32(8):1174-1185.
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.
Pollock, M. M., T. J. Beechie, S. S. Chan, R. Bigley. 2005. Monitoring restoration of riparian forests. Pages 67-96 in Roni, P. (Ed.) Monitoring stream and watershed restoration. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland.
Roni, P., K. Hanson, T. J. Beechie, G. R. Pess, M. M. Pollock, D. M. Bartley. 2005. Habitat rehabilitation for inland fisheries: global review of effectiveness and guidance for rehabilitation of freshwater ecosystems. Fisheries Technical Paper No. 484. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Rome, Italy.
Benda, L., L. Poff, D. Miller, T. Dunne, G. Reeves, G. R. Pess, M. M. Pollock. 2004. The network dynamics hypothesis: how channel networks structure riverine habitats. Bioscience, 54(5):413-427.
Pollock, M. M., G. R. Pess, T. J. Beechie, D. R. Montgomery. 2004. The importance of beaver ponds to coho salmon production in the Stillaguamish River basin, Washington, USA. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 24(3):749-760.
Roni, P., T. J. Beechie, R. E. Bilby, F. E. Leonetti, M. M. Pollock, G. R. Pess. 2002. A review of stream restoration techniques and a hierarchical strategy for prioritizing restoration in Pacific Northwest watersheds. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 22(1):1-20.