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California Technical Publications

  • Moore, T.L. and M.A. Wilzbach. 2016. Distribution and relative abundance of juvenile Coho Salmon in the Redwood Creek Basin, Humboldt County, California. Final report to the California Department of Fish and wildlife Fisheries Restoration Grant Program, Project P1210320. | Download |
  • Wilzbach, M.A., M.D. Sparkman, P.Y. Drobny, M.E. Gordon, and C.M.G. Boone. 2016. Prairie Creek Monitoring Project, 2015 Season: a report to the Fisheries Restoration Grants Program Project P1210321. 98 pg. | Download |
  • Sparkman, M.D., R. Park, L. Osborn, and M.A.Wilzbach. 2016. Lower Redwood Creek juvenile salmonid (smolt) abundance project, study year 2015: a report to the Fisheries Restoration Grants Program, Project No. P1210322. 85 pp. | Download |
  • Wilzbach. M.A. 2016. State of the fisheries and aquatic resources of Prairie Creek. Final Report to Redwood National and State Park, Cooperative Agreement P13AC00848. | Download |
  • Hendrickson, G.L., N.E. Campise 2013. Production of Myxospores of Ceratomyxa shasta in Chinook Salmon Carcasses, Final Project Report, Oregon State University. | Download |
  • Wilzbach, P., D.M. Malakauskas, S.J. Willson. 2013. Myxozoan Fish Disease Research and Monitoring, Final Project Report. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. | Download |
  • Kahara, S.N., Duffy, W., DiGaudio, R. and Records, R. 2012. Climate, Management, and Habitat Associations of Avian Fauna in Restored Wetlands of California's Central Valley, USA. Appraisal of Approaches for the Management of Biodiversity and Life Support Systems. Diversity, ISSN 1424-2818, 23 pp. | Download |
  • Sparkman, M.D. 2012. Lower Redwood Creek Juvenile salmonid (smolt) abundance project 2004 - 2011 seasons. | Download |
  • Sparkman, M.D. 2011. Lower Redwood Creek Juvenile salmonid (smolt) abundance project 2004-2010 Seasons | Download |
  • Williams, T. H., B. C. Spence, W. G. Duffy, D. Hillemeier, G. Kautsky, T. Lisle, M. McCain, T. Nickelson, G. Garman, E. Mora, and T. Pearson. 2008. Framework for assessing viability of threatened coho salmon in the Southern Oregon/Northern California Coast Evolutionarily Significant Unit. U. S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SWFSC (In Press).
  • Wilzbach, P. 2008. Movement of resident trout transplanted below a barrier to anadromy. IN Summary of the Eleventh annual Pacific coast Steelhead Management Meeting. http://www.psmfc.org/steelhead2008.
  • Williams, T.H., B. Spence, W. Duffy, D. Hillemeier, G. Kautsky, T. Lisle, M. McCain, T. Nickelson, E. Mora, and T. Pearson. 2007. Framework for assessing viability of threatened coho salmon in the southern Oregon/northern California coasts evolutionarily significant units. National Marine Fisheries Service, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Santa Cruz, CA.
  • Williams, T. H., E. P. Bjorkstedt, W. G. Duffy, D. Hillemeir, G. Kautsky, T. Lisle, M. McCain, M. Rhode, R. G. Szerlong, R. Schick, M. Goslin and A. Agrawal. 2006. Historical population structure of coho salmon in the Southern Oregon/Northern California coasts evolutionarily significant unit. U. S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-SWFSC-390.
  • Wilzbach, M. A. 2005. Using riparian canopy opening and salmon carcass addition to increase salmonid growth. Western Forester, Society of American Foresters 50(2):6-7.
  • Duffy, W.G. and M.A. Wilzbach. 2004. A standard weight equation for juvenile coho salmon. California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento.
  • Duffy, W. G. and M. A. Wilzbach. 2004. A standard weight equation for juvenile coho salmon. California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento.
  • Duffy, W.G., M.A. Wilzbach, M. Wheeler and S. Frazey. 2003. Watershed restoration validation monitoring protocols for California. California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento.
  • Duffy, W. G., M. A. Wilzbach, M. Wheeler and S. Frazey. 2003. Watershed restoration validation monitoring protocols for California. California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 1

Masters Students: 10

Phd Students: 0

Post Docs: 0

University Staff: 1

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 14

Scientific Publications: 6

Presentations: 11

 

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California Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

  1. California Department of Fish and Wildlife
  2. Humboldt State University
  3. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
  4. U.S. Geological Survey
  5. Wildlife Management Institute