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Unintended consequences of restoration: Loss of riffles and gravel substrates following weir installation

Donner und Blitzen River

FEL Post doc Nira Salant's article describing the unintended consequences of river restoration in the Donner und Blitzen River, Oregon was recently published in the Journal of Environmental Management.


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Current Research Projects


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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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