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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:
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.
Clawson MV. Use of age-at-harvest information to inform wildlife management. School of Forest Resources. 2010 ;M.S.
Gove NE. Using age-at-harvest data to estimate demographic parameters for wildlife populations. Quantitative Ecology and Resource Management. 1997 ;M.S.
Li T. Visualize the Intrinsic and Extrinsic Processes that Determine the Patterns of Human Mortality. [Internet]. 2011 . Available from: sites/default/files/papers/li_ting_dissertation.pdf