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Carl Schreck

Technical Publications

  • Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team (2012) Urban and Rural-Residential Area Land Uses in Oregon: A Synthesis of an IMST Technical Workshop on Watershed Functions and Salmonid Recovery. Technical Report 2012-1.Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds, Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board. Salem, Oregon.
  • T.S. Momoda, K. J. Rodnick, and C.B. Schreck. Affairs of the Heart: Effects of Stress on Cardiac Physiology in Rainbow Trout. Oregon American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Eugene Oregon, Feb 29-March 1.
  • Unrein, J.R., Chitwood, R., Noakes, D.L.G., and Schreck, C.B. Born to Behave Wild? Utilizing Data on Growth, Development and Behavior of Wild Spring Chinook to Develop Rearing Strategies to Produce Artificially Reared Fish with a Wild Phenotype. Oregon American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting, Eugene Oregon, Feb 29-March 1.
  • Caudill, C.C., Naughton, G., Taylor, G., Keefer, M., Knoff, M., Roumasset, A., Schreck, C.B. and Kent, M. Migration behavior and spawning success in spring Chinook salmon in Fall Creek and the North Fork Middle Fork Willamette River: relationships among fate, fish condition, and environmental factors: 2008-2011. US Army Corps of Engineers, Annual Willamette River Science Review, Corvallis, OR Jan 30- Feb 1, 2012.
  • Wyss, L.A., Clemens, B.J., and Schreck, C.B. Abundance and Habitat Use of Larval Lamprey in Five Willamette River Tributaries. US Army Corps of Engineers, Annual Willamette River Science Review, Corvallis, OR Jan 30- Feb 1, 2012.
  • Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team. 2010. Urban and rural-residential land uses: their roles in watershed health and the recovery of Oregon’s wild salmonids. Technical Report 2010-1. Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds, Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board. Salem, Oregon. 247pp.
  • Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team. 2007. Considerations for the Use of Ecological Indicators in Restoration Effectiveness Evaluation. IMST Technical Report 2007-1 Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board, Salem, Oregon. Approx 103 pages. Carl Schreck is a member of the IMST and co-author of this report.
  • Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team (C.B. Schreck is one of six authors). 2005. IMST review of State of Oregon's Coastal Coho Assessment Documents: Viability Assessment, PECE Certainty Analysis, and Synthesis. Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board, Salem OR. 35 p. Available at www.fsl.orst.edu/imst/
  • Schreck, C.B., M.D. Karnowski and B.J. Clemens. 2005 Evaluation of post-release losses and barging strategies that minimize post-release mortality. Final report to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. DACW68-00-C-0028. 191p.
  • Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team. 2004. Oregon's water temperature standard and its application: Causes, consequences, and controversies associated with stream temperature. Technical Report 2004-1 to the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds, Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board, Salem, Oregon. Schreck co-author.
  • Independent Multidisciplinary Science Team. (C.B. Schreck is a member of this team and co-author of this report). 2002. Recovery of wild salmonids in western Oregon lowlands. Technical Report 2002-1 to the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds, Governor's Natural Resources Office, Salem, Oregon. 169pp. (This report has been peer reviewed).
  • Schreck, C.B, and S. Clements. 2001. Evaluation of delayed mortality of juvenile salmonids in the near ocean environment following passage through the Columbia River hydropower system. Annual Report, Walla Walla District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Approx. 50pp.
  • Schreck, C.B., D. Jepsen, M. Karnowski, and S. Clements. 2001. Evaluation of migration and survival of juvenile salmonids following transportation. Annual Report, Walla Walla District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Approx 68pp.
  • Schreck, C.B., D.D. Roby, S. Clements, and M. Karnowski. 2001. Juvenile salmonid survival in specific areas of the Nehalem watershed. Annual Report. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. 63pp.
  • Schreck, C. B., M. S. Fitzpatrick, and D. T. Lerner. 1999. Determination of passage of juvenile lamprey: Development of tagging protocol. Annual Report, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers BPS-P-00-15b. 38pp.
  • Stahl, T. P., C. B. Schreck and D. D. Roby. 1999. Avian predation in Oregon estuaries and juvenile salmonid migration. Completion Report to Oregon Dept. Fish & Wildlife. 78pp.
  • Webb, M., G. Feist, M. S. Fitzpatrick, and C. B. Schreck. 2000. Early identification of sex in white sturgeon. USDA Annual Report. 2pp.
 

Current Staff

Federal Staff: 4

Masters Students: 12

Phd Students: 11

Post Docs: 3

University Staff: 16

5 Year Summary

Students graduated: 20

Scientific Publications: 71

Presentations: 268

Oregon Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit Cooperators

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