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2012-2013

Development of a Science Based Restoration and Management Plan for the San Rafael River, UT: Integrating Data on Fish Distributions and Habitat Needs with Historical Analyses of Channel Change.
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2011-2014

Evaluating cutthroat trout performance and identifying limiting factors for the native fish community of Pyramid Lake. Phaedra Budy (PI), Utah State University, USFWS.
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2011-2013

Investigating Predator Prey Interactions in Scofield Reservoir, UT.
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2011-2013

Weber River Metapopulation Structure and Source Sink Dynamics of Native Trout.
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2010-2012

Evaluating fish growth and production potential across Ute Reservation reservoirs.
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2009-2012

A test of the biotic resistance hypothesis with native and exotic trout assemblages in stream ecosystems: towards a better understanding of native cutthroat trout restoration options.
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2012-2014

Bull trout survival and movement in the middle to lower Walla Walla River, Washington: Understanding the role of environmental stressors and signals.
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2002-2012 (on-going)

Bull trout population viability assessment in northeastern Oregon: a template for recovery planning.
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2001-2012 (on-going)

Logan River trout viability and long-term monitoring: factors affecting trout population dynamics, abundance, and distribution in the Logan River, Utah.
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2011-2012 (on-going)

Evaluating the effectiveness of Best Management Practices on ecological conditions in the Chalk Creek watershed, Utah.
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2008-2012

Effects of a changing physical template on the longitudinal distribution of brown trout in a mountain stream: implications for brown trout invasion success.
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