|Hydrological connectivity for riverine fish: measurement challenges and research opportunities|
AH Fullerton, KM Burnett, EA Steel, RL Flitcroft, GR Pess, BE Feist, ...
Freshwater biology 55 (11), 2215-2237, 2010
|Fundamental elements of ecologically healthy watersheds in the Pacific Northwest coastal ecoregion|
RJ Naiman, TJ Beechie, LE Benda, DR Berg, PA Bisson, LH MacDonald, ...
Watershed management, 127-188, 1992
|Lost watersheds: barriers, aquatic habitat connectivity, and salmon persistence in the Willamette and Lower Columbia River basins|
MB Sheer, EA Steel
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 135 (6), 1654-1669, 2006
|Landscape characteristics, land use, and coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) abundance, Snohomish River, Wash., USA|
GR Pess, DR Montgomery, EA Steel, RE Bilby, BE Feist, HM Greenberg
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59 (4), 613-623, 2002
|Fish as the “bank in the water”–Evidence from chronic-poor communities in Congo|
C Béné, E Steel, BK Luadia, A Gordon
Food policy 34 (1), 108-118, 2009
|Modelling dendritic ecological networks in space: an integrated network perspective|
EE Peterson, JM Ver Hoef, DJ Isaak, JA Falke, MJ Fortin, CE Jordan, ...
Ecology letters 16 (5), 707-719, 2013
|Impact of fine sediment on egg-to-fry survival of Pacific salmon: a meta-analysis of published studies|
DW Jensen, EA Steel, AH Fullerton, GR Pess
Reviews in Fisheries Science 17 (3), 348-359, 2009
|Applications of spatial statistical network models to stream data|
DJ Isaak, EE Peterson, JM Ver Hoef, SJ Wenger, JA Falke, CE Torgersen, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Water 1 (3), 277-294, 2014
|Modelling the effects of dams on freshwater fish distributions in Hokkaido, Japan|
M Fukushima, S Kameyama, M Kaneko, K Nakao, E Ashley Steel
Freshwater Biology 52 (8), 1511-1524, 2007
|Effects of environmental conditions during stream, estuary, and ocean residency on Chinook salmon return rates in the Skagit River, Washington|
CM Greene, DW Jensen, GR Pess, EA Steel, E Beamer
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134 (6), 1562-1581, 2005
|Big dams and salmon evolution: changes in thermal regimes and their potential evolutionary consequences|
MJ Angilletta Jr, E Ashley Steel, KK Bartz, JG Kingsolver, MD Scheuerell, ...
Evolutionary Applications 1 (2), 286-299, 2008
|Nonlethal sampling of fish caudal fins yields valuable stable isotope data for threatened and endangered fishes|
BL Sanderson, CD Tran, HJ Coe, V Pelekis, EA Steel, WL Reichert
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138 (5), 1166-1177, 2009
|Using wavelet analysis to detect changes in water temperature regimes at multiple scales: Effects of multi‐purpose dams in the Willamette River basin|
EA Steel, IA Lange
River Research and Applications 23 (4), 351-359, 2007
|The influence of scale on salmon habitat restoration priorities|
BE Feist, EA Steel, GR Pess, RE Bilby
Animal Conservation Forum 6 (3), 271-282, 2003
|Landscape models to understand steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) distribution and help prioritize barrier removals in the Willamette basin, Oregon, USA|
EA Steel, BE Feist, DW Jensen, GR Pess, MB Sheer, JB Brauner, ...
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61 (6), 999-1011, 2004
|for Aquatic Restoration|
P Roni, MC Liermann, C Jordan, EA Steel
Monitoring stream and watershed restoration, 13, 2005
|Rethinking the longitudinal stream temperature paradigm: region‐wide comparison of thermal infrared imagery reveals unexpected complexity of river temperatures|
AH Fullerton, CE Torgersen, JJ Lawler, RN Faux, EA Steel, TJ Beechie, ...
Hydrological Processes 29 (22), 4719-4737, 2015
|Beyond the mean: The role of variability in predicting ecological effects of stream temperature on salmon|
EA Steel, A Tillotson, DA Larsen, AH Fullerton, KP Denton, BR Beckman
Ecosphere 3 (11), 1-11, 2012
|Microclimate through space and time: microclimatic variation at the edge of regeneration forests over daily, yearly and decadal time scales|
TP Baker, GJ Jordan, EA Steel, NM Fountain-Jones, TJ Wardlaw, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 334, 174-184, 2014
|Modeling very large-fire occurrences over the continental United States from weather and climate forcing|
R Barbero, JT Abatzoglou, EA Steel, NK Larkin
Environmental research letters 9 (12), 124009, 2014