River Delta Reference List
This is a list of bibliographic citations related to river deltas that are not yet turned into document pages.
Athearn, N., Takekawa, J.Y., Jaffe, B., Hattenbach, B.J., and A.C. Foxgrover. 2010. Mapping elevations of tidal wetland restoration sites in San Francisco Bay: comparing accuracy of aerial LiDAR with a singlebeam echosounder. Journal of Coastal Research 26(2): 312-319.
Bolt, J. and K. Vache. 2010. Envisioning Puget Sound Alternative Futures. Final PSNERP report
Brophy, L., and S. Van de Wetering. 2011. Ni-les’tun Tidal Wetland Restoration Effectiveness Monitoring Program 2011-2016. Unpublished program report.
Clancey, M., I. Logan, J. Lowe, J. Johannessen, A. Maclennan, F.B. Van Cleve, J. Dillon, B.Lyons, R.Carman, P. Cereghino, B. Barnard, C. Tanner, D. Myers, R. Clark, J. White, C.A. Simenstad, M. Gilmer, and N. Chin. 2009. Management measures for protecting and restoring the Puget Sound nearshore. Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership Report No. 2009‐01. Published by Seattle District, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Olympia, Washington.
Clough, J.S., and E.C. Larson 2010. Application of SLAMM 6 to Port Susan Bay including remedial alternatives. January 15, 2010. TNC Internal Document.
Conway, C. J. 2009. Standardized North American Marsh Bird Monitoring Protocols, version 2009-2. Wildlife Research Report #2009-02. U.S. Geological Survey, Arizona Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Tucson, AZ.
Dunwiddie, P.W., S.A. Hall, M.W.Ingraham, J.D. Bakker, K.S. Nelson, R. Fuller and E. Gray. 2009. Rethinking Conservation Practice in light of Climate Change. Ecological Restortation 27(3): 320-329
Gelfenbaum, G., T. Mumford, J. Brennan, H. Case, M. Dethier, K. Fresh, F. Goetz, M. van Heeswijk, T.M., Leschine, M. Logsdon, D. Myers, J. Newton, H. Shipman, C.A. Simenstad, C. Tanner, and D. Woodson, 2006. Coastal Habitats in Puget Sound: A research plan in support of the Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership. Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership Report No. 2006-1. Published by the U.S. Geological Survey, Seattle, Washington.Hilsenhoff, William L. 1982. Using a biotic index to evaluate water quality in streams. Department of Natural Resources-Technical Bulletin No. 132. Madison Wisconsin. Hood, W.G. 2009. Habitat monitoring strategy for the tidal Skagit delta: integrating landscape and site-scale perspectives. Unpublished report to Skagit River System Cooperative.44pp.
Hamlet, A.F., 2006: Hydrologic Implications of 20th Century Warming and Climate Variability in the Western U.S., PhD Dissertation, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Washington, June
Janisch, J. 2006. Standard operating procedures for estimating large woody debris loads intersecting headwater channels. V. 1.0. Unpublished report of the Washington State Department of Ecology, Environmental Assessment Program. Lacy, WA
Johnson, D. H., B. M. Shrier, J. S. O’Neal, J. A. Knutzen, X. Augerot, T. A. O’Neil, and T. Pearsons, editors. 2007. Salmonid field protocols handbook: techniques for assessing status and trends in salmon and trout populations. American Fisheries Society in association with State of the Salmon, Bethesda, Maryland. 478 pp
Kairis, P. and J.M. Rybczyk. 2010. A Spatially Explicit Relative Elevation Model for Padilla Bay, WA. Ecological Modeling. 221: 1005 -1016. doi:10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2009.01.025.
Leschine, T.M., and A.W. Petersen. 2007. Valuing Puget Sound’s Valued Ecosystem Components. Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership Report No. 2007-07. Published by Seattle District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle, Washington. Available at www.pugetsoundnearshore.org.
Park, R.A.,Trehan M.S., Mausel P.W., and Howe R.C. 1989. The effects of sea level rise on US coastal wetlands. In Smith, J.B. and Tirpak, D.A., editors. The potential effects of global climate change on the United States. Appendix B – sea-level rise. Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency.
Mote, P., A. Petersen, S. Reeder, H. Shipman and L.W. Binder. 2008. Sea Level Rise in the Coastal Waters of Washington State: A report by the University of Washington Climate Impacts Group and the Washington Department of Ecology. Ralph, S. C., and G. C. Poole (2002), Putting monitoring first: Designing accountable ecosystem restoration and management plans, in Restoration of Puget Sound Rivers, edited by D. R. Montgomery, S. Bolton, D. B. Booth, and L. Wall, pp. 226– 245, Univ. of Wash. Press, Seattle.
Rice, C., P. Roni, J. Hall, J. Chamberlin, G. Hood, G. Guntenspergen, L. Johnson, H. Imaki, M. Calvi, A. Portinga, C. Crandell and L Tear. 2011. Monitoring Plan for the Qwuloolt Restoration Project. Unpublished report.
Takekawa, J.Y, I. Woo, N.D Athearn, S. Demers, R.J. Gardiner, W.M. Perry, Neil K. Ganju, G.G. Shellenbarger and D.H. Schoellhamer. 2010. Measuring sedimentparticles of clay, silt, sand, gravel, or cobble, transported by water, are called sediment. accretion in early tidal marsh restoration. Wetland Ecology and Management 18(3): 297-305
Woo, I., R. Storesund, J.Y. Takekawa, R.J. Gardiner, and S. Ehret. 2009. Integrating Terrestrial LiDAR and Stereo Photogrammetry to Map the Tolay Lakebed in Northern San Francisco Bay. Pp 279-284 In Webb, R.M.T., and Semmens, D.J., editors. Planning for an uncertain future—Monitoring, integration, and adaptation. Proceedings of the Third Interagency Conference on Research in the Watersheds: U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2009-5049.
Yang, A., Sobocinski, K.L., Heatwole, D., Khangaonkar, T., Thom, R., and R. Fuller. 2010. Hydrodynamic and ecological assessment of nearshore restoration: A modeling study. Ecological Modeling 221: 1043-1053.