Publications and Papers

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Buchanan RA, Brandes PL, Marshall M, J. Foott S, Ingram J, LaPlante D, Israel J. 2012 South Delta Chinook Salmon Survival Study. Lodi: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Lodi Fish & Wildlife Office; 2015 p. 145. Available from: https://www.fws.gov/lodi/salmonid_survival_studies/juvenile_salmonid_survival_reports.htm
Buchanan RA, Brandes PL, Marshall M, Nichols K, Ingram J, LaPlante D, Israel J. 2013 South Delta Chinook Salmon Survival Study. Lodi: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Lodi Fish & Wildlife Office; 2018 p. 139. Available from: https://www.fws.gov/lodi/salmonid_survival_studies/juvenile_salmonid_survival_reports.htm
Buchanan RA. 2014 Six-Year Acoustic Telemetry Steelhead Study: Statistical Methods and Results. Seattle: Columbia Basin Research, School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, University of Washington; 2018. Available from: sites/default/files/papers/UW 6yr steelhead report 2014 FINAL.PDF
Buchanan RA, Brandes PL, Ingram J, Marshall M, Nichols K, LaPlante D, Barnard D, Towne K, Israel J. 2014 South Delta Chinook Salmon Survival Study. Lodi: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Lodi Fish & Wildlife Office; 2018 p. 228. Available from: https://www.fws.gov/lodi/salmonid_survival_studies/juvenile_salmonid_survival_reports.htm
Buchanan RA. 2015 Six-Year Acoustic Telemetry Steelhead Study: Statistical Methods and Results. Seattle: Columbia Basin Research, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington; 2018. Available from: sites/default/files/papers/UW 6yr steelhead report 2015 FINAL.pdf
Buchanan RA, Barnard D, Brandes PL, Towne K, Ingram J, Nichols K, Israel J. 2015 South Delta Chinook Salmon Survival Study. Lodi: U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, Lodi Fish & Wildlife Office; 2018 p. 208. Available from: https://www.fws.gov/lodi/salmonid_survival_studies/juvenile_salmonid_survival_reports.htm
Buchanan RA. 2016 Six-Year Acoustic Telemetry Steelhead Study: Statistical Methods and Results. Seattle: Columbia Basin Research, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington; 2018. Available from: sites/default/files/papers/UW 6yr steelhead report 2016 FINAL.pdf
Thesis
Ryding KE. Analyzing adult returns to assess ocean effects and salmon survival relationships. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 1998 ;M.S.
Smith SG. Assessing hazards in wild populations using auxiliary variables in tag-release models. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 1991 ;Ph.D.
Brinck KW. Comparing methods for inferring site biological condition from a sample of site biota. [Internet]. 2002 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/Brinckthesis.pdf
Gosselin JL. Cumulative Experiences and Heterogeneity Affect Fish Survival:Examples from a model species (Poecilia reticulata) and salmonid species (Oncorhynchus spp.). School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences [Internet]. 2011 ;Doctor of Philosophy:211. Available from: sites/default/files/papers/GosselinDissertation.pdf
Lowther AB. Development, expansion, and evaluation of release-recapture survival models for Snake River juvenile salmonids, with new algorithms allowing time-dependent individual covariates. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 2002 ;Ph.D.
Hamel OS. The Dynamics and Effects of Bacterial Kidney Disease in Snake River Spring Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha). [Internet]. 2001 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/Dissertation.pdf
Stover A. Estimating Pacific Northwest salmon escapement: A methods review based on statistical first principles. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 2009 ;M.S.
Miller TJ. Estimation of catch parameters from a fishery observer program with multiple objectives. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 2005 ;Ph.D.
Ryding KE. Estimation of demographic parameters used in assessing wildlife population trends. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 2002 ;Ph.D.
Li T. Extension of the Vitality Model and Its Application. [Internet]. 2008 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/li_ting_thesis.pdf
Gast CM. Fixed and random effects models and multistate estimation procedures for statistical population reconstructions. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 2011 ;Ph.D.
Beer WN. A growth model for larval salmon with application to field and laboratory observations of chinook salmon. 1996 .
Hyun S-Y. Inseason Forecasts of Sockeye Salmon Returns to the Bristol Bay Districts of Alaska. [Internet]. 2002 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/hyun_diss.pdf
Steel AE. In-stream factors affecting juvenile salmonid migration, DRAFT. [Internet]. 1999 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/diss824.pdf
Steele-Feldman AM. Learning and animal behavior: exploring the dynamics of simple models. [Internet]. 2006 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/steele-feldman_thesis.pdf
Widener D. Migration and bioenergetics of juvenile Snake River fall Chinook salmon. [Internet]. 2012 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/widener_thesis.pdf
Bracis C. A model of the ocean migration of Pacific salmon. [Internet]. 2010 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/BracisThesis.pdf
Gurarie E. Models and analysis of animal movements: From individual tracks to mass dispersal. [Internet]. 2008 . Available from: http://wiki.cbr.washington.edu/qerm/sites/qerm/images/9/9f/GurarieDissertationFinalDraft.pdf
Hinrichsen RA. Optimization Models For Understanding Migration Patterns of Juvenile Chinook Salmon. [Internet]. 1994 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/hinrich/dissertation.pdf
Feist BE. Potential Impacts of Pile Driving on Juvenile Pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) and Chum (O. keta) Salmon Behavior and Distribution. [Internet]. 1991 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/Feist1991UWMSThesis.pdf
Passolt G. A Predator Susceptibility Model of Juvenile Salmon Survival and a Voronoi Tessellation-based Approach for Generating Hypothetical Forest Landscapes. [Internet]. 2012 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/Passoltmasters.pdf
Hoffmann A. Quantifying selection in wild populations using known-fate and mark-recapture data. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 1993 ;Ph.D.
Lady JM. Release-recapture models for estimating the stream residence time of spawning salmon. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 1996 ;M.S.
Buchanan RA. Release-recapture models for migrating juvenile and adult salmon in the Columbia and Snake Rivers using PIT tag and radiotelemetry data. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 2005 ;Ph.D.
Bickford S. retrospective analysis of the results, trends, and methodologies of Columbia and Snake River survival studies, 1971 to 1995. School of Fisheries. 1996 ;M.S.
Ashbrook CE. Selective fishing and its impacts on salmon: a tale of two test fisheries. School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences. 2008 ;M.S.
Broms K. Small game population reconstruction: Model development and application. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 2008 ;M.S.
Zabel RW. Spatial and Temporal Models of Migrating Juvenile Salmon with Applications. [Internet]. 1994 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/zabel.pdf
Salinger DH. A Splitting Algorithm for Multistage Stochastic Programming with Application to Hydropower Scheduling. 1997 .
Schlechte JW. Stage-structured analysis and modeling of the Pacific razor clam (Siliqua patula) in a changing environment: investigation of population dynamics and harvest strategies using process models and simulation. School of Fisheries. 1996 ;Ph.D.
Liao S. Statistical models for estimating salmon escapement and stream residence time based on stream survey data. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 1994 ;Ph.D.
Cobleigh MM. Stress, Growth and Survival of Juvenile Chinook Salmon. [Internet]. 2003 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/cobleigh_thesis.pdf
Perry R. Survival and migration dynamics of juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha ) in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences. 2010 ;Ph.D.