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Instream Flow Council – Instream flow and stream ecology literature – December 4, 2011 - HB

Aadland, Luther P. 1993. Stream habitat types: their fish assemblages and relationship to flow. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 13 (4): 790-805.

Aadland, L.P., C.M. Cook, M.T. Negus, H.G. Drewes, and C.S. Anderson. 1991. Microhabitat preferences of selected stream fishes and a community-oriented approach to instream flow assessments. Section of Fisheries, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, St. Paul, MN.

Aadland, L., and A. Kuitunen. 2006. Habitat suitability criteria for stream fishes and mussels of Minnesota. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Special Publication 162, St. Paul.

Aadland, L., C. Waltner, M.T. Negus, H.G. Drewes, and C.S. Anderson. 1989. Microhabitat criteria for selected stream fishes and methodological considerations for instream flow studies in Minnesota. Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Section of Fisheries Technical Report 1987-1989: report to the Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources, St. Paul.

Aarts, B.G.W., F.W.B. Van den Brink, and P.H. Nienhuis. 2004. Habitat loss as the main cause of the slow recovery of fish faunas of regulated large rivers in Europe: the transversal floodplain gradient. River Research and Applications 20 (1): 3-23. Doi:10.1002/rra.720.

Abbe, T.B., and D.R. Montgomery. 1996. Large woody debris jams, channel hydraulics and habitat formation in large rivers. Regulated Rivers 12: 201-221.

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Achord, S., P.S. Levin, and R.W. Zabel. 2003. Density dependent mortality in Pacific salmon: the ghost of impacts past? Ecology Letters 6: 335-342.

Acreman, M.C. 1998. Principles of water management for people and the environment. Pages 25-48 in: A. deShirbinin and V. Dompka, editors, Water and Population Dynamics. American Association for the Advancement of Science, New York.

Acreman, M.C. 2005. Linking science and decision-making: features and experience from environmental river flow-setting. Environmental Modelling and Software 20: 99-109.

Acreman, M.C., B. Adams, B. Birchall, and B. Connorton. 2000. Does groundwater abstraction cause degradation of rivers and wetlands? Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management 14 (3): 200-206.

Acreman, M., and M.J. Dunbar. 2004. Defining environmental river flow requirements: a review. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences 8: 861-876.

Acreman, M.C., and A.J. D. Ferguson. 2010. Environmental flows and the European Water Framework Directive. Freshwater Biology 55 (1): 32-48

Adams, J.B., G.C. Bate, T.D. Harrison, P. Huizinga, S. Taljaard, L. van Niekerk, E.E. Plumstead, A.K. Whitfield, and T.H. Wooldridge. 2002. A method to assess the freshwater inflow requirements of estuaries and application to the Mtata Estuary, South Africa. Estuaries 25 (6B): 1382-1393.

Adams, J.B., W.T. Knoop, and G.C. Bate. 1992. The distribution of estuarine macrophytes in relation to freshwater. Botanica Marina 35: 69-75.

Adams, J.B. and M.M.B. Talbot. 1992. The influence of river impoundment on the estuarine seagrass Zostera capensis Setchall. Botanica Marina 35: 69-75.

Adams, K.N., and A.M. Fowler. 2006. Improving empirical relationships for predicting the effect of vegetation change on annual water yield. Journal of Hydrology 32: 90-115.

Adams, S.B., and M.L. Warren, Jr. 2005. Recolonization by warmwater fishes and crayfishes after severe drought in upper coastal plain hill streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134: 1173-1192.

Adams, S.R., J.J. Hoover, and K.J. Killgore. 1999. Swimming endurance of juvenile pallid sturgeon, Scaphirhynchus albus. Copeia 1999: 802-807.

Adams, S.R., J.J. Hoover, and K.J. Killgore. 2000. Swimming performance of the Topeka shiner (Notropis topeka) an endangered midwestern minnow. American Midland Naturalist 144: 178-186.

Adams, W.M. 1992. Wasting the Rain: Rivers, People, and Planning in Africa. Earthscan Publications, London.

Addley, R.C. 1993. A mechanistic approach to modeling habitat needs of drift-feeding salmonids. Masters thesis, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Utah State University, Logan, Utah.

Aebischer, N.J., P.A. Robertson, and R.E. Kenward. 1993. Compositional analysis of habitat use from animal radio-tracking data. Ecology 74: 1313-1325.

Agostinho, A.A., L.C. Gomes, S. Verissimo, and E.K. Okada. 2004. Flood regime, dam regulation and fish in the Upper Parana River: effects on assemblage attributes, reproduction and recruitment. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 14: 11-19.

Ahearn, D.S., R.W. Sheibley, and R.A. Dahlgren. 2005. Effects of river regulation on water quality in the lower Mokelumne River, California. River Research and Applications 21: 651-670.

Ahmad, R., F.N. Scatena, and A. Gupta. 1993. Morphology and sedimentation in Caribbean montane streams: examples from Jamaica and Puerto Rico. Sedimentary Geology 85: 157-169.

Ahmadi-Nedushan, B., A. St. Hilaire, M. Berube, E. Robichaud, N. Thiemonge, and B. Bobee. 2006. A review of statistical methods for the evaluation of aquatic habitat suitability for instream flow assessment. River Research and Applications 22: 503-523. Doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2427.2009.02181.x.

Ahmadi-Nedushan, B., A. St. Hilaire, M. Berube, T.B.M.J. Ouarda, and E. Robichaud. 2008. Instream flow determination using a multiple input fuzzy-based rule system: A case study. River Research and Applications 24: 279-292.

Aho, J.M., Anderson, C.S., and Terrell, J.W. 1986. Habitat suitability index models and instream flow suitability curves: redbreast sunfish. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Biological Report 82 [10.119]).

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Albanese, B., P.L. Angermeier, and S. Dorai-Raj. 2004. Ecological correlates of fish movement in a network of Virginia streams. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61: 857-869.

Alber, M. 2002. A conceptual model of estuarine freshwater inflow management. Estuaries 25 (6B): 1246-1261.

Alber, M., and J.E. Sheldon. 1999. Use of a date-specific method to examine variability in the flushing times of Georgia estuaries. Estuaries, Coastal and Shelf Science 49: 469-482.

Al-Chokhachy, R., and P. Budy. 2007. Summer microhabitat use of fluvial bull trout in eastern Oregon streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27 (4): 1068-1081.

Al-Chokhachy, R., B.B. Roper, and E.K. Archer. 2010. Evaluating the status and trends of physical stream habitat in headwater streams within the interior Columbia River and upper Missouri River basins using an index approach. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139 (4): 1041-1059. Doi: 10:1577/T08-221.1.

Al-Chokhachy, R., B.B. Roper, T. Bowerman, and P. Budy. 2010. A review of bull trout habitat associations and exploratory analyses of patterns across the interior Columbia River basin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 30 (2): 464-480. Doi:10.1577/M09-034.1.

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Alexander, C.A.D., C.N. Peters, D.R. Marmorek, and P. Higgins. 2006. A decision analysis of flow management experiments for Columbia River mountain whitefish (Prosopium williamsoni) management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63 (5): 1142-1156.

Alexander, H.D., and K.H. Dunton. 2002. Freshwater inundation effects on emergent vegetation of a hypersaline salt marsh. Estuaries 25 (6B): 1426-1435.

Alexander, R.B., E.W. Boyer, R.A. Smith, and G.E. Schwarz. 2007. The role of headwater streams in downstream water quality. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 43: 41-59.

Alexander, R.B., R.A. Smith, and G.E. Schwarz. 2000. Effects of stream channel size on the delivery of nitrogen to the Gulf of Mexico. Nature 403:758-761.

Alfredsen, K. 1997. A modelling system for estimation of impacts on fish habitat. Page 6 in: 27th International Association for Hydraulic Research Congress: Water for a changing society. IAHR, San Francisco.

Alfredsen, K., P. Borsanyi, A. Harby, H.-P. Fjeldstad, and S.-E. Wersland. 2004. Application of habitat modelling in river rehabilitation and artificial habitat design. Hydroecologie Appliquee 14 (1): 105-117.

Alfredsen, K., W. Marchand, T.H. Bakken, and A. Harby. 1997. Application and comparison of computer models quantifying impacts of river regulation on fish habitat. In: Brodh, E., D.K. Lysne, N. Flatabo, and E. Helland-Hansen, eds. Proceedings of the 3rd international conference hydropower ‘97 - Trondheim/Norway 30 June-2 July 1997. A.A. Balkema Publishers, Rotterdam/Brookfield.

Alfredsen, K., and Tesaker. 2002. Winter habitat assessment strategies and incorporation of winter habitat in the Norwegian habitat assessment tools. Hydrological Processes 16 (4): 927-936.

Ali, A.B., and B.A. Kadir. 1996. The reproductive biology of the cyprinid, Thymnichthys thymnoides (Bleeker), in the Chenderoh Reservoir, a small tropical reservoir in Malaysia. Hydrobiologia 318: 139-151.

Alkins-Koo, M. 2000. Reproductive timing of fishes in a tropical intermittent stream. Environmental Biology of Fishes 57: 49-66.

Allan, J.D. 1981. Determinants of diet of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in a mountain stream. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 38 (2): 184-192. Doi:10.1139/f81-024.

Allan, J.D. 2004. Landscapes and riverscapes: the influence of land use on stream ecosystems. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 35: 257-284.

Allan, J.D., D.L. Erickson, and J. Fay. 1997. The influence of catchment land use on stream integrity across multiple spatial scales. Freshwater Biology 37: 149-162.

Allan, J.D., and B.P. Feifarek. 1989. Distances traveled by drifting mayfly nymphs: factors influencing return to the substrate. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 8: 322-330.

Allanson, B.R., and G.H.L. Read. 1995. Further comment on the response of Eastern Cape Province estuaries to variable freshwater inflows. Southern African Journal of Aquatic Science 21: 56-70.

Allee, B.A. 1974. Spatial requirements and behavioral interactions of juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) and steelhead trout (Salmo gairdneri). Doctoral dissertation, University of Washington, Seattle.

Allen, D.C., and C.C. Vaughn. 2010. Substrate and hydraulic variables limit freshwater mussel species richness and abundance. Journal of the North American Benthological Society 29: 383-394.

Allen, D.C., and C.C. Vaughn. 2011. Density-dependent biodiversity effects on physical habitat modification by freshwater bivalves. Ecology 92 (3): 1043-1019.

Allen, M.A. 1986. Population dynamics of juvenile steelhead trout in relation to density and habitat characteristics. Master’s thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata, California.

Allen, M.A. 2000. Seasonal microhabitat use by juvenile spring chinook salmon in the Yakima River basin, Washington. Rivers 7 (4): 314-332.

Allen, T.C., Q.E. Phelps, R.D. Davinroy, and M.D. Lamm. 2007. A laboratory examination of substrate, water depth, and light use at two water velocity levels by individual juvenile pallid (Scaphyrhinchus albus) and shovelnose (Scaphyrhinchus platorynchus) sturgeon. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 23: 375-381.

Allison, S.K. 1996. Recruitment and establishment of salt marsh plants following disturbance by flooding. American Midland Naturalist 136: 232-247.

Allman, R.J., and C.B. Grimes. 1998. Growth and mortality of little tunny, Euthynnus alletteratus, from the Mississippi River discharge plume and Panama City, Florida. Bulletin of Marine Science 62 (1): 189-197.

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Allouche, S., and P. Gaudin. 2001. Effects of avian predation threat, water flow, and cover on growth and habitat use by chub, Leuciscus cephalus, in an experimental stream. Oikos 94: 481-492.

Alpert, P., F.T. Griggs, and D.R. Peterson. 1999. Riparian forest restoration along large rivers: initial results from the Sacramento River Project. Restoration Ecology 7: 360-368.

Amadio, C.J., W.A. Hubert, K. Johnson, D. Oberlie, and D. Dufek. 2005. Factors affecting the occurrence of saugers in small, high-elevation rivers near the western edge of the species’ natural distribution. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134 (1): 160-171.

Amanini, D.G., N. Horrigan, W.A. Monk, D.L. Peters, and D.J. Baird. 2011. Development of a benthic macroinvertebrate flow sensitivity index for Canadian rivers. River Research and Applications 27 (6): 723-737. Doi: 10.1002/rra.1389

Ambuhl, Von Heins. 1959. The significance of flow as an ecological factor. (Transl. By John DeWitt, Humboldt State College, Arcata, California.)

American Rivers, Friends of the Earth, and Trout Unlimited. 1999. Dam Removal Success Stories: Restoring Rivers Through Selective Removal of Dams That Don’t Make Sense. Washington, D.C.

Ames, J. 1983. Salmon stock interactions in Puget Sound: a preliminary look. Pages 84 95 in: M.A. Miller (ed.). Southeast Alaska coho salmon research and management review and planning workshop, May 18 19, 1982. Alaska Dept. Fish and Game, Juneau.

Ames, J., and H. Beecher. 1995. Recommended spawning flows for Cedar River sockeye salmon: with a review of spawning distribution and flood risk studies. A report to the Cedar River Instream Flow Committee. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Olympia. 108 pp.

Ames, J., and H. Beecher. 2001. Incorporating flood risk into controlled flow regimes for Pacific salmon: An example using Cedar River sockeye salmon. Report #FPT 01-13. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Olympia. 123 pp.

Amlin, N.M., and S.B. Rood. 2002. Comparative tolerances of riparian willows and cottonwoods to water table decline. Wetlands 22: 338-346.

Amlin, N.M., and S.B. Rood. 2003. Drought stress and recovery of riparian cottonwoods due to water table alteration along Willow Creek, Alberta. Trees 17: 351-358.

Amoros, C. 1991. Changes in side-arm connectivity and implications for river system management. Rivers 2: 105-112.

Amoros, C., and G. Bornette. 2002. Connectivity and biocomplexity in water bodies of riverine floodplains. Freshwater Biology 47: 761-776.

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Anderson, A.A., C. Hubbs, K.O. Winemiller, and R.J. Edwards. 1995. Texas freshwater fish assemblages following three decades of environmental change. Southwestern Naturalist 40: 314-321.

Anderson, D.H. 1995. Microcrustacean growth and production in a forested floodplain swamp. Dissertation, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA.

Anderson, H.V. 2008. Transferability of models to predict selection of cover by coastal cutthroat trout in small streams in western Oregon, USA. Master’s thesis. Oregon State University, Corvallis.

Anderson, H.W. 1976. Fire effects on water supply, floods, and sedimentation. Proceedings, Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conference 15: 249-260.

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Anderson, K.E., A.J. Paul, E. McCauley, L.J. Jackson, J.R. Post, and R.M. Nisbet. 2006. Instream flow needs in streams and rivers: the importance of understanding ecological dynamics. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 4 (6): 309-318.

Anderson, P.C., T.B. Hardy, and C.M.U. Neale. 1993. Application of multispectral videography for the delineation of riverine depths and mesoscale hydraulic features. In: Neale, C.M.U. (Ed.), Proceedings of the 14th Biennial Workshop on Color Photography and Videography for Resource Monitoring. Utah State University, Logan, Utah, May 25-28, 1993.

Anderson, R.M., and Nehring, R.B. 1985. Impacts of stream discharge on trout rearing and recruitment in the South Platte River, Colorado. Pp. 59-64 in: Olson, F.W., White, R.G., and Hamre, R.H. (Eds.), Proceedings of the Symposium on Small Hydropower and Fisheries. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda.

Anderson, S.P., W.E. Dietrich, D.R. Montgomery, R. Torres, M.E. Conrad, and K. Loague. 1997. Subsurface flow paths in a steep, unchanneled catchment. Water Resources Research 33: 2637-2653.

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Armour, C.L. 1991. Evaluation of the instream flow incremental methodology by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service field users. Fisheries 16: 36-43.

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