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Fisheries Biology, Consulting, and Software Publishing
890 L Street, Arcata, California USA 95521
P.O. Box 4678, Arcata, California USA 95518
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Publications

This page is currently under construction.  Publications will be added as time permits.

Allen, M.A.  1996.  Equal area line-transect sampling for smallmouth bass habitat suitability criteria in the Susquehanna River, Pennsylvania.  Pages B119-132 in M. LeClerc, C. Herve, S. Valentin, A. Boudreault, and Y. Cote, editors.  Ecohydraulics 2000: Second international symposium on habitat hydraulics.  Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique-Eau, Quebec, Canada.  PDF 98 KB.

 

Allen, M.A.  2000.  Seasonal microhabitat use by juvenile spring Chinook salmon in the Yakima River basin, Washington.  Rivers 7(4):314-332.  PDF 636 KB.

 

Gast, T.G. and J. Robinson.  2007.  Using an Acoustic Current Doppler Profiler (ADCP) to measure water column velocities within eelgrass meadows in Humboldt Bay, California.  Poster presented to Pacific Estuarine Research Society Annual Meeting February 2007.  PDF 2.8 MB

 

Payne, T.R. 2003. The concept of weighted usable area as relative suitability index.  Paper presented to International IFIM User’s Workshop, June 1-5, 2003, Ft. Collins, CO.  PDF 0.6 MB

 

Payne, T.R., S.D. Eggers, and D.B. Parkinson.  2004.  The number of transects required to compute a robust PHABSIM habitat index.  Hydroécol. Appl. (2004) Tome 14 Vol. 1, pp. 27-53.  PDF 1.5 MB

 

Payne, T.R., and D.J. Bremm.  2003.  The influence of multiple velocity calibration sets on the PHABSIM habitat index.  Paper presented to International IFIM User’s Workshop, June 1-5, 2003, Ft. Collins, CO.  PDF 0.4 MB

 

Payne, T.R. and Allen, M.A.  2009.  Application of the Use-to-Availability Electivity Ratio for developing Habitat Suitablity Criteria in PHABSIM Instream Flow Studies.  Paper presented to Seventh International Symposium on Ecohydraulics, Chile, 2009.  PDF 0.2 MB

 

Thomas R. Payne & Associates.  2003.  Assessment of steelhead habitat in the Upper Matilija Creek Basin.  Stage One: Qualitative Stream Survey.  Report prepared for Public Works Agency, Ventura County Flood Control District, Ventura, California.  PDF 1.9 MB

 

Thomas R. Payne & Associates.  2004.  Assessment of steelhead habitat quality in the Matilija Creek Basin.  Stage Two: Quantitative Stream Survey.  Report prepared for Public Works Agency, Ventura County Flood Control District, Ventura, California.  PDF 7.5 MB

 

Thomas R. Payne & Associates.  2005.  Recovery of fish populations in the Upper Sacramento River following the Cantara Spill.  Final Report by Mark Allen and Tom Gast to the California Department of Fish & Game, Redding, California, 12/31/2005. 228pp.  PDF 1.9 MB

 

Thomas R. Payne & Associates.  2007.  Use of dive counts to estimate fish population abundance in the Rock Creek - Cresta reaches of the North Fork Feather River, California.  2006 Report by Mark Allen and Tom Gast for Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Ramon, California.  PDF 2.5 MB

 

Thomas R. Payne & Associates.  2007.  Steelhead population and habitat assessment in the Ventura River/Matilija Creek Basin.  2006 Final Report to the Ventura County Flood control district, Ventura, CA.  PDF 2.2 MB

 

Thomas R. Payne & Associates.  2008.  Steelhead population and habitat assessment in the Ventura River/Matilija Creek Basin.  2007 Final Report to the Ventura County Flood control district, Ventura, CA.   PDF 3.2 MB

 

Spina, A.P., M.A. Allen, and M. Clarke.  2005.  Downstream migration, rearing abundance, and pool habitat associations of juvenile steelhead trout in the lower main stem of a south-central California stream.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25:919-930.  PDF 126 KB.

 

 


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