Publications and Papers

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Li T, Anderson JJ. The vitality model: A way to understand population survival and demographic heterogeneity. Theoretical Population Biology [Internet]. 2009 ;76:118-131. Available from:
Anderson JJ. A vitality based model relating stressors and environmental properties to organism survival. Ecological Monographs [Internet]. 2000 ;70:445-470. Available from:;2
Gosselin JL, Anderson JJ. Step-patterned survivorship curves: Mortality and loss of equilibrium responses to high temperature and food restriction in juvenile rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). PLoS ONE. 2020 ;15(5).
Hyun S-Y, Hilborn R, Anderson JJ, Ernst B. A statistical model for in-season forecasts of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) returns to the Bristol Bay districts of Alaska. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences [Internet]. 2005 ;62:1665-1680. Available from:
Beer WN, Anderson JJ. Sensitivity of juvenile salmonid growth to future climate trends. River Research and Applications [Internet]. 2010 . Available from:
Gosselin JL. Role of carryover effects in conservation of wild Pacific salmon migrating regulated rivers Buhle E, VanHolmes C, Beer WN, Iltis S, Anderson JJ. Ecosphere. In Press .
Gosselin JL, Anderson JJ. Resource competition induces heterogeneity and can increase cohort survivorship: selection-event duration matters. Oecologia. 2013 ;173(4):1321-1331.
Hamel OS, Anderson JJ. Relationship between antigen concentration and bacterial load in Pacific salmon with bacterial kidney disease. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms [Internet]. 2002 ;51:85-92. Available from:
Kemp PS, Anderson JJ, Vowles AS. Quantifying behaviour of migratory fish: application of signal detection theory to fisheries engineering. Ecological Engineering [Internet]. 2012 ;41:22-31. Available from:
Salinger DH, Anderson JJ, Hamel OS. A parameter estimation routine for the vitality-based survival model. Ecological Modelling [Internet]. 2003 ;166:287-294. Available from:
Nestler JM, Goodwin RA, Smith DL, Anderson JJ, Li S. Optimum fish passage and guidance designs are based in the hydrogeomorphology of natural rivers. River Research and Applications [Internet]. 2008 ;24:148-168. Available from:
Anderson JJ, Beer WN. Oceanic, riverine, and genetic influences on spring chinook salmon migration timing. Ecological Applications [Internet]. 2009 ;19:1989-2003. Available from:
Goodwin RA, Nestler JM, Anderson JJ, Weber LJ. A New Tool to Forecast Fish Movement and Passage. Hydro Review [Internet]. 2007 ;26:58-71. Available from:
Zabel RW, Anderson JJ, Shaw P. A multiple reach model to describe the migratory behavior of Snake River yearling chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences [Internet]. 1998 ;55:658-667. Available from:
Beer WN, Anderson JJ. Modelling the Growth of Salmonid Embryos. Journal of Theoretical Biology [Internet]. 1997 ;189:297-306. Available from:
Steel AE, Guttorp P, Anderson JJ, Caccia DC. Modeling Juvenile Salmon Migration Using a Simple Markov Chain. Journal of Agricultural, Biological & Environmental Statistics [Internet]. 2001 ;6:80-88. Available from:
Zabel RW, Anderson JJ. A model of the travel time of migrating juvenile salmon, with an application to Snake River spring chinook. North American Journal of Fisheries Management [Internet]. 1997 ;17:93-100. Available from:<0093:AMOTTT>2.3.CO;2
Anderson JJ, Gurarie E, Zabel RW. Mean free-path length theory of predator-prey interactions: Application to juvenile salmon migration. Ecological Modelling [Internet]. 2005 ;186:196-211. Available from:
Anderson JJ, Gildea MC, Williams DW, Li T. Linking growth, survival and heterogeneity through vitality. American Naturalist [Internet]. 2008 ;171:E20-E43. Available from:
Bracis C, Anderson JJ. An investigation of the geomagnetic imprinting hypothesis for salmon. Fisheries Oceanography [Internet]. 2012 ;21:170-181. Available from:
Helu LS, Anderson JJ, Sampson DB. An individual-based fishery model and assessing fishery stability. Natural Resource Modeling [Internet]. 1999 ;12. Available from:
Lindley ST, Schick RS, Agrawal A, Goslin M, Pearson TE, Mora E, Anderson JJ, May BP, Greene S, Hanson C, et al. Historical population structure of Central Valley steelhead and its alteration by dams. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science [Internet]. 2006 ;4. Available from:
Lindley ST, Schick RS, Mora E, Adams PB, Anderson JJ, Greene S, Hanson C, May BP, McEwan D, MacFarlane B, et al. Framework for Assessing Viability of Threatened and Endangered Chinook Salmon and Steelhead in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Basin. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science [Internet]. 2007 ;5. Available from:
Goodwin RA, Nestler JM, Anderson JJ, Weber LJ, Loucks DP. Forecasting 3-D fish movement behavior using a Eulerian-Lagrangian-agent method (ELAM). Ecological Modelling [Internet]. 2006 ;192:197-223. Available from:
Salinger DH, Anderson JJ. Effects of Water Temperature and Flow on Adult Salmon Migration Swim Speed and Delay. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society [Internet]. 2006 ;135:188-199. Available from:
Enders EC, Gessel MH, Anderson JJ, Williams JG. Effects of Decelerating and Accelerating Flows on Juvenile Salmonid Behavior. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society [Internet]. 2012 ;141(2):357-364. Available from:
Beer WN, Anderson JJ. Effect of spawning day and temperature on salmon emergence: interpretations of a growth model for Methow River chinook. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences [Internet]. 2001 ;58:943-949. Available from:
Springman KR, Kurath G, Anderson JJ, Emlen JM. Contaminants as viral cofactors: assessing indirect population effects. Aquatic Toxicology [Internet]. 2005 ;71:13-23. Available from:
Gosselin JL. Conservation planning for freshwater-marine carryover effects on Chinook salmon survival Zabel RW, Anderson JJ, Faulkner JR, Baptista AM, Sandford BP. Ecology and Evolution. 2018 ;3:319-332.
Zabel RW, Faulkner J, Smith SG, Anderson JJ, Holmes CV, Beer WN, Iltis S, Krinke J, Fredicks G, Bellerud B, et al. Comprehensive Passage (COMPASS) Model: a model of downstream migration and survival of juvenile salmonids through a hydropower system. Hydrobiologia [Internet]. 2008 ;609:289-300. Available from:
Gosselin JL, Anderson JJ. Combining Migration History, River Conditions, and Fish Condition to Examine Cross-Life-Stage Effects on Marine Survival in Chinook Salmon. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 2017 ;146(3):408-421.
Weber LJ, Goodwin RA, Li S, Nestler JM, Anderson JJ. Application of an Eulerian-Lagrangian-Agent method (ELAM) to rank alternative designs of a juvenile fish passage facility. J. Hydroinformatics [Internet]. 2006 ;8:271-295. Available from:
Anderson JJ. An agent-based event driven foraging model. Natural Resource Modeling [Internet]. 2002 ;15:55-82. Available from: