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Kaylor, M., D. R. Warren, P. M. Kiffney. 2017. Long-term effects of riparian forest harvest on light in Pacific Northwest streams. Freshwater Science, 36(1):1-13.
van Leeuwen, C., T. Tokk, T. O. Haugen, P. M. Kiffney, J. Museth. 2017. Small larvae in large rivers: observations on downstream movement of European grayling Thymallus thymallus during early life stages. Journal of Fish Biology, Early view.
Bærum, K. M., L. A. Vøllestad, P. M. Kiffney, A. Remy, T. O. Haugen. 2016. Population-level variation in juvenile brown trout growth from different climatic regions to an experimental thermal gradient. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 99(12):1009-1018.
Warren, D. R., M. Kaylor, W. Keeton, P. M. Kiffney, H. Bechtold, J. Magee. 2016. Changing forests--changing streams: riparian forest stand development and ecosystem function in temperate headwaters. Ecosphere, 7(8):e01435.
Clements, W. H., D. R. Kashian, P. M. Kiffney, R. E. Zuellig. 2015. Perspectives on the context–dependency of stream community responses to contaminants. Freshwater Biology, Early view.
Conway-Cranos, L., P. M. Kiffney, N. S. Banas, M. Plummer, S. M. Naman, P. MacCready, J. Bucci, M. H. Ruckelshaus. 2015. Stable isotopes and oceanographic modeling reveal spatial and trophic connectivity between terrestrial, estuarine and marine environments in Puget Sound, WA. Marine Ecology Progress Series, (533)15-28.
Banas, N. S., L. Conway-Cranos, D. A. Sutherland, P. MacCready, P. M. Kiffney, M. Plummer. 2014. Patterns of river influence and connectivity among subbasins of Puget Sound, with application to bacterial and nutrient loading. Estuaries and Coasts, 38(3):735-753.
Buehrens, T. W., P. M. Kiffney, G. R. Pess, T. R. Bennett, S. M. Naman, G. T. Brooks, T. Quinn. 2014. 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.
Kiffney, P. M., E. Buhle, S. M. Naman, G. R. Pess, R. Klett. 2014. Linking resource availability and habitat structure to stream organisms: an experimental and observational assessment. Ecosphere, 5(4):39.
Anderson, J. H., G. R. Pess, P. M. Kiffney, T. R. Bennett, P. Faulds, T. P. Quinn. 2013. Dispersal and tributary immigration by juvenile coho salmon contribute to spatial expansion during colonisation. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 22(1):30-42.
Beechie, T. J., H. Imaki, J. Greene, A. Wade, H. Wu, G. R. Pess, P. Roni, J. Kimball, J. Stanford, P. M. Kiffney, N. Mantua. 2013. Restoring salmon habitat for a changing climate. River Research and Applications, 29(8):939-960.
Bærum, K. M., T. O. Haugen, P. M. Kiffney, E. M. Olsen, L. A. Vøllestad. 2013. Interacting effects of temperature and density on individual growth performance in a wild population of brown trout. Freshwater Biology, 58(7):1329-1339.
Coe, H. J., X. Wei, P. M. Kiffney. 2013. Linking forest harvest and landscape factors to benthic macroinvertebrate communities in the interior of British Columbia. Hydrobiologia, 717(1):65-84.
Naman, S. M., P. M. Kiffney, G. R. Pess, T. W. Buehrens, T. R. Bennett. 2013. 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.
Cram, J., P. M. Kiffney, R. Klett, R. L. Edmonds. 2011. Do fall additions of salmon carcasses benefit food webs in experimental streams? Hydrobiologia, 675(1):197-209.
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.
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.
Kiffney, P. M., J. S. Richardson. 2010. Organic matter inputs into headwater streams of southwestern British Columbia as a function of riparian reserves and time since harvesting. Forest Ecology and Management, 260(11):1931-1942.
Macneale, K. H., B. L. Sanderson, J. P. Courbois, P. M. Kiffney. 2010. Effects of nonnative brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) on threatened juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in an Idaho stream. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 19(1):139-152.
Macneale, K. H., P. M. Kiffney, N. L. Scholz. 2010. Pesticides, aquatic food webs, and the conservation of Pacific salmonids. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 8(9):475-482.
Coe, H. J., P. M. Kiffney, G. R. Pess, K. Kloehn, M. McHenry. 2009. Periphyton and invertebrate response to wood placement in large Pacific coastal rivers. River Research and Applications, 25(8):1025-1035.
Anderson, J. H., P. M. Kiffney, G. R. Pess, T. P. Quinn. 2008. Summer distribution and growth of juvenile coho salmon during colonization of newly accessible habitat. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 137(3):772-781.
Kiffney, P. M., G. R. Pess, J. H. Anderson, P. Faulds, K. Burton, S. Riley. 2008. Changes in fish communities following recolonization of the Cedar River, WA, USA by Pacific salmon after 103 years of local extirpation. River Research and Applications, 25(4):438-452.
Kiffney, P. M. 2008. Response of lotic producer and consumer trophic levels to gradients of resource supply and predation pressure. Oikos, 117(9):1428-1440.
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.
Zuellig, R. E., D. R. Kashian, M. L. Brooks, P. M. Kiffney, W. H. Clements. 2008. The influence of metal exposure history and ultraviolet-B radiation on benthic commuities in Colorado Rocky Mountain streams. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 27(1):120-134.
Kiffney, P. M., P. Roni. 2007. Relationship between productivity, physical habitat, and aquatic invertebrate and vertebrate populations of forest streams: An information-theoretic approach. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 136(4):1088-1103.
Coe, H. J., P. M. Kiffney, G. R. Pess. 2006. A comparison of methods to evaluate the response of periphyton and invertebrates to wood placement in large Pacific coastal rivers. Northwest Science, 80(4):298-307.
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.
Karlsson, O. M., J. S. Richardson, P. M. Kiffney. 2005. Modelling organic matter dynamics in headwater streams of southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Ecological Modelling, 183(4):463-476.
Kiffney, P. M., R. E. Bilby, B. L. Sanderson. 2005. Monitoring the effects of nutrient enrichment on freshwater ecosystems. Pages 237-265 in Roni, P. (Ed.) Monitoring stream and watershed restoration. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland.
Kiffney, P. M., C. J. Volk, T. J. Beechie, G. L. Murray, G. R. Pess, R. E. Edmonds. 2004. A high-severity disturbance event alters community and ecosystem properties in West Twin Creek, Olympic National Park, Washington, USA. The American Midland Naturalist, 152(2):286-303.
Kiffney, P. M., J. S. Richardson, J. P. Bull. 2004. Establishing light as a causal mechanism structuring stream communities in response to experimental manipulation of riparian buffer width. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 23(3):542-555.
Edmonds, R. L., P. M. Kiffney, C. J. Volk, S. A. McAfee. 2003. Ecosystem and watershed studies in Olympic National Park: 2002 annual report. U.S. National Park Service Technical Report No. PS/CCSOUW/NTRT-2002/03. Seattle.
Kiffney, P. M., J. S. Richardson, J. P. Bull. 2003. Responses of periphyton and insect consumers to experimental manipulation of riparian buffer width along headwater streams. Journal of Applied Ecology, 40(6):1060-1076.
Volk, C. J., P. M. Kiffney, R. L. Edmonds. 2003. Role of riparian red alder in the nutrient dynamics of coastal streams of the Olympic Peninsula, Washington, USA. Pages 213-225 in Stockner, J. (Ed.) Nutrients in salmonid ecosystems: sustaining production and biodiversity. AFS Symposium 34. American Fisheries Society. Bethesda, Maryland.
Kiffney, P. M., J. P. Bull, M. C. Feller. 2002. Climatic and hydrologic variability in a coastal watershed of southwestern British Columbia. Journal of the American Water Resources Association, 38(5):1437-1451.
Kiffney, P. M., C. J. Volk, C. Eberhart, J. E. Hall. 2002. Community and ecosystem attributes of the Cedar River watershed above Landsburg Diversion before arrival of Pacific salmon. Report of the National Marine Fisheries Service to the City of Seattle Department of Public Utilities. Seattle.
Kiffney, P. M., W. H. Clements. 2002. Ecological effects of metals on benthic invertebrates. Pages 135-144 in Simon, T. P. (Ed.) Biological response signatures: indicator patterns using aquatic communities. CRC Press, Taylor & Francis. New York.
Kiffney, P. M., J. S. Richardson. 2001. Interactions among nutrients, periphyton, and invertebrate and vertebrate (Ascaphus truei) grazers in experimental channels. Copeia, 2001(2):422-429.
Kiffney, P. M., J. P. Bull. 2000. Factors controlling periphyton accrual during summer in headwater streams of southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Journal of Freshwater Ecology, 15(3):339-351.
Kiffney, P. M., J. S. Richardson, M. C. Feller. 2000. Fluvial and epilithic organic matter dynamics in small streams of southwestern British Columbia, Canada. Archiv für Hydrobiologie, 149:109-129.
Richardson, J. S., P. M. Kiffney. 2000. Responses of a macroinvertebrate community from a pristine, southern British columbia, Canada, stream to metals in experimental mesocosms. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 19(3):736-743.