Lecture readings include reprints online in Fish-Ocean Library. Find instructor or course name in the COURSE RESERVES section of the UW Libraries Catalog (http://catalog.lib.washington.edu/search). Then click item titled "LIST OF ELECTRONIC MATERIALS FOR FISH 428." On next page, click "Connect to this title online; UW restricted." Enter your UW NetID and password. After you put in your UW netid and password and reach the Eres page, please note the copyright information, and then click Accept. Upon doing so, the page links to course readings pdf files will automatically load.
Short cut to login for Fish 428 online readings (still requires UW NetID login and permission page acceptance):
Bisson, P. A., G. H. Reeves, R. E. Bilby, and R. J. Naiman. 1997. Watershed management and Pacific salmon: desired future conditions. In D. J. Stouder, P. A. Bisson, and R. J. Naiman, editors. Pacific salmon and their ecosystems: status and future options. Chapman and Hall, New York.
Collings, M. R. Smith, R. W. and G. T. Higgins. 1972. The hydrology of four streams in western Washington as related to several pacific salmon species (Introduction pages 1-7, Cedar River pages 30-47). Geological Survey Water-Supply Paper 1968. 108 p.
Crispen, V., R. House, and D. Roberts. 1993. Changes in instream habitat, large woody debris, and salmon habitat after the restructuring of a coastal Oregon stream. N. Am. J. Fish. Mgmt.13:96-102.
Dunn, T., and L. B. Leopold. 1978. Water in environmental planning. W. B. Freeman and Co., New York.
Frissell, C.A. and R.K. Nawa. 1992. Incidence and causes of physical failure of artificial habitat structures in streams of western Oregon and Washington. N. Am. J. Fish. Mgmt. 12:182-197.
Gray, A., C. A. Simenstad, D. L. Bottom, and T. J. Cornwell. 2002. Contrasting functional performance of juvenile salmon habitat in recovering wetlands of the Salmon River Estuary, Oregon, U.S.A.. Restoration Ecology. 10 (3): 514-526.
Hall, J. L., R. K. Timm and R. C. Wissmar. 2000. Physical and biotic factors affecting use of riparian ponds by sockeye salmon. International Conference on Riparian Ecology and Management in Multi-Land Use Watersheds. American Water Resources Association. Pages 89-94.
Lichatowich, J., L. Mobrand, L. Lestelle, and T. Vogel. 1995. An approach to the diagnosis and treatment of depleted salmon. Fisheries 20(1):10-18.
Roni, P. and T. P. Quinn. 2001. Density and size of juvenile salmonids in response to placement of large woody debris in western Oregon and Washington streams. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 58: 282-292.
Roni, P., T. J. Beechie, R. E. Bilby, F. E. Leonetti, M. M. Pollock, and G. R. Pess. 2002. A review of stream restoration techniques and a hierarchical strategy for prioritizing restoration in Pacific Northwest watersheds. North American Journal Fisheries Management 22:1-20.
Timm, R. K., R. C. Wissmar, J. W. Small, T. M. Leschine and G. Lucchetti (in press). A screening procedure for prioritizing riparian management areas. Environmental Management.
Action Plan- Appendix E., King County 1998. Watershed Management Committee: Lower Cedar River Basin and Nonpoint Pollution Action Plan. 1998. King County Department of Natural Resources, Seattle Washington
Current and Future Conditions (CFC) Report Current and Future Conditions Report. 1993. King County, Seattle Washington.
Wissmar, R. C. 1996. Recommended Guidelines for Developing Bank Stabilization Facilities of Rivers in Western Washington. Fisheries Research Institute Technical Report FRI-UW-9619, School of Fisheries Box 357980, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. 98195. 22 p.
Wissmar, R. C. , Douglas C. Pflugh and Ray K. Timm. 2000. Changes In Developed Land Cover (1991-1998): Cedar River, Washington. International Conference on Riparian Ecology and Management in Multi-Land Use Watersheds. International Conference on Riparian Ecology and Management in Multi-Land Use Watersheds. American Water Resources Association. 287-292.
Wissmar, R. C., R. K. Timm and M. G. Logsdon (in prep.). Effects of land covers on the hydrology of urbanizing watersheds: Changes in impervious areas. Environmental Management.