Climate Change Research Products
The NWFSC Watershed Program's select publications related to climate change research.
Vulnerability and resilience to climate change
Arthaud, D. L., C.M. Greene, K. Guilbault, and J.V. Morrow. 2010. Contrasting life-cycle impacts of stream flow on two Chinook salmon populations. Hydrobiologia 655(1):171-188. doi:10.1007/s10750-010-0419-0.
Bærum, K., T. Haugen, P. Kiffney, E. Oslen, and A. Vøllestad. 2013. Interacting effects of temperature and population density on individual growth in a wild population of brown trout. Freshwater Biology 56:1329-1339.
Beechie, T. J., M. Ruckelshaus, E. Buhle, A. Fullerton, and L. Holsinger. 2006. Hydrologic regime and the conservation of salmon life history diversity. Biological Conservation 130(4):560-572.
Busch, D.S., C.M. Greene, and T.P. Good. 2013. Estimating impacts of tidal power and climate change on threatened and endangered marine species and their food web. Conservation Biology 27(6):1190-1200.
Greene, C.M., J. Hall, K. Guilbault, and T.P. Quinn. 2009. Improved viability of population with diverse life history portfolios. Biology Letters. doi:10.1098/rsbl.2009.0780.
Kiffney, P.M., J.P. Bull, and M.C. Feller. 2002. Climatic and hydrologic variability in a coastal watershed of southwestern British Columbia. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 38:1437-1451.
McClure, M., S. Carlson, G. Pess, T. Beechie, J. Jorgensen, S. Sogard, B. Sanderson, D. Holzer, R. Carmichael, and M. Power. 2008. Evolutionary consequences of habitat loss for Pacific anadromous Salmonids. Evolutionary Applications 1:300-318.
Pess, G., D.R. Montgomery, T.J. Beechie, and L. Holsinger. 2003. Anthropogenic alterations to the biogeography of Puget Sound salmon. Pages 129-154 in D. Montgomery, S. Bolton, D. Booth and L. Wall, editors. Restoration of Puget Sound rivers. University Washington Press, Seattle.
Reum, J.C., T.E. Essington, C. Greene, C.A. Rice, and 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.
Waples, R.S., T. J. Beechie, and G.R. Pess. 2009. Evolutionary history, habitat disturbance regimes, and anthropogenic changes: what do these mean for resilience of Pacific salmon populations? Ecology and Society 14 (1):3.
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Waples, R.S., G.R. Pess, and T. Beechie. 2008. Evolutionary history of Pacific salmon in dynamic environments. Evolutionary Applications 1:189-206.
Wade, A., T.J. Beechie, E. Fleishman, H. Wu, N.J. Mantua, J.S. Kimball, D.M. Stoms, and J.A. Stanford. 2013. Steelhead vulnerability to climate change in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Applied Ecology 50(5):1093-1104. doi: 10.1111/1365-2664.12137.
Restoration for a changing climate
Beechie, T.J., M. Ruckelshaus, E. Buhle, A. Fullerton, and L. Holsinger. 2006. Hydrologic regime and the conservation of salmon life history diversity. Biological Conservation 130(4):560-572.
Reidy-Liermann, C.A., J.D. Olden, T.J. Beechie, M.J. Kennard, P.B. Skidmore, C.P. Konrad, and H. Imaki. 2012. Hydrogeomorphic classification of Washington state rivers to support emerging environmental flow management strategies. River Research and Applications 28:1340-1358. doi: 10.1002/rra.1541.