This page provides links to new information and resources within the Wetland Ecosystem Team website as well as in the greater wetlands research community.
Congratulations to WET graduate student Alisa Bieber, who won the Best Poster award for the SAFS Graduate Student Symposium 2004. The poster is titled "Diel Feeding Patterns in Juvenile Chinook Salmon." This poster is available online (Powerpoint).
Cordell, JR, M Rasmussen, SM Bollens. 2007. Biology of the introduced copeped Pseudodiaptomus inopinus in a northeast Pacific estuary. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 333:213-227.
Sytsma, MD, JR Cordell, JW Chapman, RC Draheim. 2004. Lower Columbia River Aquatic Nonindigenous Species Survey 2001-2004. Final technical report to US Coast Guard and US Fish and Wildlife Service. 78 p.
Guiding Ecological Principles for Restoration of Salmon Habitat in the Columbia River Estuary (C. Simenstad* and D. Bottom)
*Contact Charles Simenstad for further information.
Toft, J, C Simenstad, J Cordell, L Stamatiou. 2004. Fish Distribution, Abundance, and Behavior at Nearshore Habitats along City of Seattle Marine Shorelines, with an Emphasis on Juvenile Salmonids. SAFS-UW-0401, School Aquat. Fish. Sci., Univ. Wash., Seattle. 51 p.
Toft, J, C Simenstad, J Cordell, C Young, L Stamatious. 2003. Analysis of Methods for Sampling Juvenile Salmonids along City of Seattle Marine Shorelines. SAFS-UW-0301, School Aquat. Fish. Sci., Univ. Wash., Seattle. 36 p.
Toft, J, C Simenstad, C Young, L Stamatious. 2003. Inventory and Mapping of City of Seattle Shorelines along Lake Washington, the Ship Canal, and Shilshole Bay. SAFS-UW-0302, School Aquat. Fish. Sci., Univ. Wash., Seattle. 34 p.