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Innovative Management Options to Prevent Loss of Ecosystem Services Provided by Chinook Salmon in California: Overcoming the Effects of Climate Change
Grant Number R833017
RFA: Nonlinear Responses to Global Change in Linked Aquatic and Terrestrial Ecosystems and Effects of Multiple Factors on Terrestrial Ecosystems: A Joint Research Solicitation- EPA, DOE (2005)
Journal Article (1)
Presentation (25)
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Journal Article Thompson LC, Escobar MI, Mosser CM, Purkey DR, Yates D, Moyle PB. Water management adaptations to prevent loss of spring-run Chinook salmon in California under climate change. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management 2012;138(5):465-478. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Escobar M. Analytical framework for building climate change resilience into spring-run Chinook protection and recovery strategies. Presented at the Third Annual Spring-Run Chinook Salmon Symposium, Nevada City, CA, July 10, 2008. R833017 (2008)
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Presentation Escobar M, Mosser CM, Thompson LC, Purkey D, Moyle PB. Water management adaptations for aquatic ecosystem services under a changing climate: analytical framework and case study for Chinook salmon in California. Presented at the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 13-17, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Escobar M, Purkey D, Moyle P. Climate change and spring-run Chinook salmon in California: scenario analysis of flow and temperature changes for Butte Creek, California. Presented to the California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA, December 3, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Escobar M, Purkey D, Moyle P. Climate change and spring-run Chinook salmon in California: scenario analysis of flow and temperature changes for Butte Creek, California. Presented at the Bay-Delta Science Conference, Sacramento, CA, September 29, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Mosser C, Thompson L, Escobar M, Purkey D. Climate change, summer survival, and management of Central Valley spring-run Chinook salmon. Presented at the Conservation Seminar Series, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA, March 1, 2010. R833017 (Final)
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Presentation Mosser C, Thompson L, Strange J. Using radio telemetry to inform rescue strategies for Central Valley spring-run Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha. Poster presented at the American Fisheries Society/Salmonid Restoration Federation Joint Conference, Redding, CA, March 11-13, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Mosser C, Thompson L, Strange J. Using radio telemetry to inform rescue strategies for Central Valley spring-run Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha. Presented at the Environmental Biology of Fishes Special Symposium: Telemetry and Salmonid Migration, Bodega Bay, CA, May 20-21, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Mosser C, Thompson L, Strange J. Using radio telemetry to inform rescue strategies for central valley spring-run Chinook salmon. Presented at the Conservation Seminar Series, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA, February 24, 2011. R833017 (Final)
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Presentation Mosser C. Movement and survival of threatened adult salmon after cessation of migration, capture, and relocation. Poster presented to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, September 20-22, 2011. R833017 (Final)
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Presentation Moyle P, Thompson L, Purkey D, Engilis Jr. A, Escobar M, Mosser C, Truan M. Innovative management options to prevent loss of ecosystem services provided by Chinook Salmon in California: overcoming the effects of climate change. Presented at the Plight of Ecosystems in a Changing Climate: Impacts on Services, Interactions, and Responses, U.S. EPA Workshop, Seattle, WA, May 27-29, 2009. R833017 (2009)
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Presentation Thompson LC, Mosser CM. Butte Creek spring-run Chinook salmon and climate change. Presented to the Centerville Recreational and Historical Society, Centerville, CA, August 2, 2010. R833017 (2009)
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Presentation Thompson L, Purkey D, Escobar M, Mosser C. Innovative management options to prevent loss of ecosystem services provided by Chinook Salmon in California: overcoming the effects of climate change. Presented to the California Department of Fish and Game, Chico, CA, May 19, 2009. R833017 (2009)
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Presentation Thompson L, Moyle P, Purkey D, Truan M, Escobar M, Mosser C, Engilis Jr. A. Climate change and spring-run Chinook salmon in California: predictions and management options from coupled watershed and population dynamics models. Poster presented at the Ecological Society of America Annual Meeting, Pittsburgh, PA, August 2, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Thompson L, Mosser C, Moyle P. Climate change and spring-run Chinook salmon in California: predictions of salmon responses in Butte Creek, CA from coupled watershed and population dynamics models. Presented to the California Energy Commission, Sacramento, CA, December 3, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Thompson L, Escobar M, Mosser C, Purkey D, Yates D, Moyle P. Use of SALMOD and WEAP to simulate salmon response to changes in climate, water flow, temperature, and management: case study for spring-run Chinook salmon in Butte Creek, California. Presented to the Expert Panel Workshop, Butte Creek, CA, June 15-17, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Thompson L, Moyle P, Purkey D, Truan M, Escobar M, Mosser C, Engilis Jr. A. Climate change and Butte Creek spring-run Chinook salmon: predictions and management options from coupled watershed and population dynamics models. Presented at the American Fisheries Society/Salmonid Restoration Federation Joint Conference, Redding, CA, March 11-13, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Thompson L, Moyle P, Purkey D, Truan M, Escobar M, Mosser C, Engilis Jr. A. Salmon and climate change: climate change may cause the local extinction of Chinook salmon, but changes in water management may sustain salmon for decades longer. Poster presented at the Governors’ Global Climate Summit, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA, November 14, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Thompson L, Mosser C, Moyle P. Climate change and spring-run Chinook salmon in California: predictions of salmon responses in Butte Creek, CA from coupled watershed and population dynamics models. Presented at the Bay-Delta Science Conference, Sacramento, CA, September 29, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Thompson L, Escobar M, Mosser C, Purkey D, Yates D, Moyle P. Climate change adaptations to prevent loss of aquatic ecosystem services: case study for spring-run Chinook salmon in Butte Creek, California. Presented at the Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference, San Luis Obispo, CA, March 25, 2011. R833017 (Final)
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Presentation Thompson L, Escobar M, Mosser C, Purkey D, Yates D, Moyle P. Climate change predictions and management options from coupled watershed and salmon population dynamics models. Presented at the Southeastern Water Pollution Biologists Annual Meeting, Nashville, TN, November 16, 2011. R833017 (Final)
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Presentation Thompson L, Escobar M, Mosser C, Purkey D, Yates D, Moyle P. Climate change predictions and management options from coupled watershed and salmon population dynamics models. Presented to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, September 22, 2011. R833017 (Final)
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Presentation Thompson L, Escobar M, Mosser C, Purkey D, Yates D, Moyle P. Climate change predictions and management options from coupled watershed and salmon population dynamics models. Presented at the American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA, September 8, 2011. R833017 (Final)
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Presentation Truan M, Escobar M, Mosser C, Thompson L, Engilis Jr. A, Moyle P. Using stable isotopes to track salmon-derived nutrients in riparian food webs. Poster presented at Sources to Scapes: Contributions of Light Stable Isotopes to Environmental Sciences Symposium, University of California-Davis, Davis, CA, December 16-17, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Truan M, Escobar M, Thompson L, Mosser C. Importance of spring-run salmon to the Butte Creek food web. Presented at the Bay-Delta Science Conference, Sacramento, CA, September 29, 2010. R833017 (2010)
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Presentation Truan M. Using stable isotopes to track salmon-derived nutrients in riparian food webs. Poster presented to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC, September 20-22, 2011. R833017 (Final)
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