Publications of Jonathan Moore

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89. Atlas, WI; Ban, NC; Moore, JW; Tuohy, AM; Greening, S; Reid, AJ; Morven, N; White, E; Housty, WG; Housty, JA; Service, CN; Greba, L; Harrison, S; Sharpe, C; Butts, KIR; Shepert, WM; Sweeney-Bergen, E; Macintyre, D; Sloat, MR; Connors, K.  (2021)   Indigenous Systems of Management for Culturally and Ecologically Resilient Pacific Salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) Fisheries.  Bioscience 71: 186-204 DOI  PubMed
88. Atlas, WI; Seitz, KM; Jorgenson, JWN; Millard-Martin, B; Housty, WG; Ramos-Espinoza, D; Burnett, NJ; Reid, M; Moore, JW.  (2021)   Thermal sensitivity and flow-mediated migratory delays drive climate risk for coastal sockeye salmon.  Facets 6: 71-89 DOI
87. Moore, JW; Connors, BM; Hodgson, EE.  (2021)   Conservation risks and portfolio effects in mixed-stock fisheries.  Fish. Fish. 22: 1024-1040 DOI
86. Pitman, KJ; Moore, JW.  (2021)   The role of large, glaciated tributaries in cooling an important Pacific salmon migration corridor: a study of the Babine River.  Environ. Biol. Fishes 104: 1263-1277 DOI
85. Price, MHH; Moore, JW; Connors, BM; Wilson, KL; Reynolds, JD.  (2021)   Portfolio simplification arising from a century of change in salmon population diversity and artificial production.  J. Appl. Ecol. 58: 1477-1486 DOI
84. Steel, JR; Atlas, WI; Ban, NC; Wilson, K; Wilson, J; Housty, WG; Moore, JW.  (2021)   Understanding barriers, access, and management of marine mixed-stock fisheries in an era of reconciliation: Indigenous-led salmon monitoring in British Columbia.  Facets 6: 592-613 DOI
83. Sweeney-Bergen, EK; Macintyre, D; Moore, JW.  (2021)   Ontogenetic habitat shifts and vulnerability: lake-outlet-spawning sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) sensitivity to habitat connectivity and hydrologic change.  Environ. Biol. Fishes 104: 383-399 DOI
82. Wilson, KL; Bailey, CJ; Davies, TD; Moore, JW.  (2021)   Marine and freshwater regime changes impact a community of migratory Pacific salmonids in decline.  Glob. Change Biol. DOI  PubMed
81. Wilson, SM; Buehrens, TW; Fisher, JL; Wilson, KL; Moore, JW.  (2021)   Phenological mismatch, carryover effects, and marine survival in a wild steelhead trout Oncorhynchus mykiss population.  Prog. Oceanogr. 193 DOI
80. Wilson, SM; Robinson, KA; Gutzmann, S; Moore, JW; Patterson, DA.  (2021)   Limits on performance and survival of juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) during food deprivation: a laboratory-based study.  Conserv. Physiol. 9 DOI  PubMed
79. Atlas, WI; Selbie, DT; Holt, CA; Cox-Rogers, S; Carr-Harris, C; Pitman, KJ; Moore, JW.  (2020)   Landscape and biophysical controls of lake productivity to inform evaluation of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) populations in data-limited regions.  Limnol. Oceanogr. DOI
78. Bailey, CJ; Moore, JW.  (2020)   Resource pulses increase the diversity of successful competitors in a multi-species stream fish assemblage.  Ecosphere 11 DOI
77. Hodgson, EE; Hovel, RA; Ward, EJ; Lord, S; Moore, JW.  (2020)   Migratory diversity in an Arctic fish supporting subsistence harvest.  Biol. Conserv. 248 DOI
76. Hodgson, EE; Wilson, SM; Moore, JW.  (2020)   Changing estuaries and impacts on juvenile salmon: A systematic review.  Glob. Change Biol. DOI  PubMed
75. Pitman, KJ; Moore, JW; Sloat, MR; Beaudreau, AH; Bidlack, A; Brenner, RE; Hood, EW; Pess, GR; Mantua, NJ; Milner, AM; Radic, V; Reeves, GH; Schindler, DE; Whited, DC.  (2020)   Glacier Retreat and Pacific Salmon.  Bioscience 70: 220-236 DOI  PubMed
74. Sawyer, AC; Moore, JW; Schindler, DE; Westley, PAH.  (2020)   Connecting Salmon Science in an Era of Global Change.  Fisheries 45: 214-215 DOI
73. Sexton, EK; Sergeant, CJ; Moore, JW; Westwood, AR; Chambers, DM; McPhee, MV; Nagorski, SA; O'Neal, SL; Weitz, J; Berchtold, A; Capito, M; Frissell, CA; Hamblen, J; Hauer, FR; Jones, LA; Knox, G; Macnair, R; Malison, RL; Marlatt, V; McIntyre, J; Skuce, N; Whited, DC.  (2020)   Canada's mines pose transboundary risks.  Science 368: 376-377 DOI  PubMed
72. Vierros, MK; Harrison, AL; Sloat, MR; Crespo, GO; Moore, JW; Dunn, DC; Ota, Y; Cisneros-Montemayor, AM; Shillinger, GL; Watson, TK; Govan, H.  (2020)   Considering Indigenous Peoples and local communities in governance of the global ocean commons.  Mar. Pol. 119 DOI
71. Walsh, JC; Connors, K; Hertz, E; Kehoe, L; Martin, TG; Connors, B; Bradford, MJ; Freshwater, C; Frid, A; Halverson, J; Moore, JW; Price, MHH; Reynolds, JD.  (2020)   Prioritizing conservation actions for Pacific salmon in Canada.  J. Appl. Ecol. DOI
70. Bailey, CJ; Andersson, LC; Arbeider, M; Bradford, K; Moore, JW.  (2019)   Salmon egg subsidies and interference competition among stream fishes.  Environ. Biol. Fishes 102: 915-926 DOI
69. Munoz, NJ; Reynolds, JD; Moore, JW; Neff, BD.  (2019)   Salmon in clear and present danger.  Science 366: 582-582 DOI  PubMed
68. Price, MHH; Connors, BM; Candy, JR; McIntosh, B; Beacham, TD; Moore, JW; Reynolds, JD.  (2019)   Genetics of century-old fish scales reveal population patterns of decline.  Conserv. Lett. DOI
67. Sharpe, C; Carr-Harris, C; Arbeider, M; Wilson, SM; Moore, JW.  (2019)   Estuary habitat associations for juvenile Pacific salmon and pelagic fish: Implications for coastal planning processes.  Aquat. Conserv.-Mar. Freshw. Ecosyst. 29: 1636-1656 DOI
66. Bailey, CJ; Braun, DC; McCubbing, D; Reynolds, JD; Ward, B; Davies, TD; Moore, JW.  (2018)   The roles of extrinsic and intrinsic factors in the freshwater life-history dynamics of a migratory salmonid.  Ecosphere 9 DOI
65. Carr-Harris, CN; Moore, JW; Gottesfeld, AS; Gordon, JA; Shepert, WM; Henry, JDJ; Russell, HJ; Helin, WNB; Doolan, DJ; Beacham, TD.  (2018)   Phenological Diversity of Salmon Smolt Migration Timing within a Large Watershed.  Trans. Am. Fish. Soc. 147 DOI
64. Gross, L; Hettinger, A; Moore, JW; Neeley, L.  (2018)   Conservation stories from the front lines.  PLoS. Biol. 16 DOI  PubMed
63. Seifert, RE; Moore, JW.  (2018)   Floodgate Operations and Fish Communities in Tidal Creeks of the Lower Fraser River (British Columbia, Canada).  Estuaries Coasts 41: 1206-1221 DOI
62. Brewitt, KS; Danner, EM; Moore, JW.  (2017)   Hot eats and cool creeks: juvenile Pacific salmonids use mainstem prey while in thermal refuges.  Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 74: 1588-1602 DOI
61. Chezik, KA; Anderson, SC; Moore, JW.  (2017)   River networks dampen long-term hydrological signals of climate change.  Geophys. Res. Lett. 44: 7256-7264 DOI
60. Hussey, NE; DiBattista, JD; Moore, JW; Ward, EJ; Fisk, AT; Kessel, S; Guttridge, TL; Feldheim, KA; Franks, BR; Gruber, SH; Weideli, OC; Chapman, DD.  (2017)   Risky business for a juvenile marine predator? Testing the influence of foraging strategies on size and growth rate under natural conditions.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 284 DOI
59. Moore, JW; Olden, JD.  (2017)   Response diversity, nonnative species, and disassembly rules buffer freshwater ecosystem processes from anthropogenic change.  Glob. Change Biol. 23: 1871-1880 DOI  PubMed
58. Sergeant, CJ; Bellmore, R; McConnell, C; Moore, JW.  (2017)   High salmon density and low discharge create periodic hypoxia in coastal rivers.  Ecosphere 8 DOI
57. Braun, DC; Moore, JW; Candy, J; Bailey, RE.  (2016)   Population diversity in salmon: linkages among response, genetic and life history diversity.  Ecography 39: 317-328 DOI
56. Moore, JW; Gordon, J; Carr-Harris, C; Gottesfeld, AS; Wilson, SM; Russell, JH.  (2016)   Assessing estuaries as stopover habitats for juvenile Pacific salmon.  Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser. 559: 201-215 DOI
55. Nesbitt, HK; Moore, JW.  (2016)   Species and population diversity in Pacific salmon fisheries underpin indigenous food security.  Journal of Applied Ecology 53: 1489-1499 DOI
54. Phillis, CC; Moore, JW; Buoro, M; Hayes, SA; Garza, JC; Pearse, DE.  (2016)   Shifting Thresholds: Rapid Evolution of Migratory Life Histories in Steelhead/Rainbow Trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss.  Journal of Heredity 107: 51-60 DOI
53. Scott, DC; Arbeider, M; Gordon, J; Moore, JW.  (2016)   Flood control structures in tidal creeks associated with reduction in nursery potential for native fishes and creation of hotspots for invasive species.  Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 73: 1138-1148 DOI
52. Anderson, SC; Moore, JW; McClure, MM; Dulvy, NK; Cooper, AB.  (2015)   Portfolio conservation of metapopulations under climate change.  Ecological Applications 25: 559-572 DOI
51. Atlas, WI; Buehrens, TW; McCubbing, DJF; Bison, R; Moore, JW.  (2015)   Implications of spatial contraction for density dependence and conservation in a depressed population of anadromous fish.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72: 1682-1693 DOI
50. Carr-Harris, C; Gottesfeld, AS; Moore, JW.  (2015)   Juvenile Salmon Usage of the Skeena River Estuary.  PLoS One 10 DOI  PubMed
49. Favaro, C; Moore, JW.  (2015)   Fish assemblages and barriers in an urban stream network.  Freshwater Science 34: 991-1005 DOI
48. Gordon, J; Arbeider, M; Scott, D; Wilson, SM; Moore, JW.  (2015)   When the Tides Don't Turn: Floodgates and Hypoxic Zones in the Lower Fraser River, British Columbia, Canada.  Estuaries Coasts 38: 2337-2344 DOI
47. Moore, JW.  (2015)   Bidirectional connectivity in rivers and implications for watershed stability and management.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72: 785-795 DOI
46. Moore, JW; Beakes, MP; Nesbitt, HK; Yeakel, JD; Patterson, DA; Thompson, LA; Phillis, CC; Braun, DC; Favaro, C; Scott, D; Carr-Harris, C; Atlas, WI.  (2015)   Emergent stability in a large, free-flowing watershed.  Ecology 96: 340-347 DOI  PubMed
45. Moore, JW; Carr-Harris, C; Gottesfeld, AS; MacIntyre, D; Radies, D; Cleveland, M; Barnes, C; Joseph, W; Williams, G; Gordon, J; Shepert, B.  (2015)   Selling First Nations down the river.  Science 349: 596-596
44. Beakes, MP; Moore, JW; Hayes, SA; Sogard, SM.  (2014)   Wildfire and the effects of shifting stream temperature on salmonids.  Ecosphere 5 DOI
43. Beakes, MP; Moore, JW; Retford, N; Brown, R; Merz, JE; Sogard, SM.  (2014)   Evaluating statistical approaches to quantifying juvenile Chinook salmon habitat in a regulated California River.  River Research and Applications 30: 180-191 DOI
42. Beakes, MP; Sharron, S; Charish, R; Moore, JW; Satterthwaite, WH; Sturm, E; Wells, BK; Sogard, SM; Mangel, M.  (2014)   Using scale characteristics and water temperature to reconstruct growth rates of juvenile steelhead Oncorhynchus mykiss.  Journal of Fish Biology 84: 58-72 DOI
41. Favaro, C; Moore, JW; Reynolds, JD; Beakes, MP.  (2014)   Potential loss and rehabilitation of stream longitudinal connectivity: fish populations in urban streams with culverts.  Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 71: 1805-1816 DOI
40. Moore, JW; Lambert, TD; Heady, WN; Honig, SE; Osterback, AMK; Phillis, CC; Quiros, AL; Retford, NA; Herbst, DB.  (2014)   Anthropogenic land-use signals propagate through stream food webs in a California, USA, watershed.  Limnologica 46: 124-130 DOI
39. Moore, JW; Yeakel, JD; Peard, D; Lough, J; Beere, M.  (2014)   Life-history diversity and its importance to population stability and persistence of a migratory fish: steelhead in two large North American watersheds.  J. Anim. Ecol. 83: 1035-1046 DOI  PubMed
38. Phillips, DL; Inger, R; Bearhop, S; Jackson, AL; Moore, JW; Parnell, AC; Semmens, BX; Ward, EJ.  (2014)   Best practices for use of stable isotope mixing models in food-web studies.  Canadian Journal of Zoology 92: 823-835 DOI
37. Yeakel, JD; Moore, JW; Guimaraes, PR; de Aguiar, MAM.  (2014)   Synchronisation and stability in river metapopulation networks.  Ecology Letters 17: 273-283 DOI
36. Frechette, D., A.L. Collins, J.T. Harvey, S.A. Hayes, D.D. Huff, A.W. Jones, N.A. Retford, A.E. Langford, J.M. Moore, A.-M. Osterback, W.H. Satterthwaite, and S.A. Shaffer.  (2013)   A Bioenergetics Approach to Assessing Potential Impacts of Avian Predation on Juvenile Steelhead during Freshwater Rearing.  North American Journal of Fisheries Management 33:1024-1038  Website DOI
35. Moore, K.D., and J.W. Moore.  (2013)   Ecological restoration and enabling behavior: a new metaphoric lens?  Conservation Letters 6:1-5  PDF DOI
34. Osterback, A.-M., D.M. Frechette, A.O. Shelton, S.A. Hayes, M.H. Bond, S.A. Shaffer, and J.M. Moore.  (2013)   High predation on small populations: avian predation on imperiled salmonids.  Ecosphere 4:116  Website
33. Scott, D., J.W. Moore, L.-M. Herborg, C.C. Murray, and N.R. Serrao.  (2013)   Capture, genetics, isotopes, and policy consequences of a non-native snakehead in Canada.  Management of Biological Invasions. In Press  PDF
32. Semmens, B.X., E.J. Ward, A.C. Parnell, D.L. Phillips, S. Bearhop, R. Inger, A. Jackson, and J.M. Moore.  (2013)   Statistical basis and outputs of stable isotope mixing models: Comment on Fry (2013).  Marine Ecology Progress Series 490: 285-289.  Website
31. Semmens, BX; Ward, EJ; Parnell, AC; Phillips, DL; Bearhop, S; Inger, R; Jackson, A; Moore, JW.  (2013)   Statistical basis and outputs of stable isotope mixing models: Comment on Fry (2013).  Mar. Ecol.-Prog. Ser. 490: 285-289 DOI
30. Yeakel, J.D., J.W. Moore, M. de Aguiar, and P. Guimarães.  (2013)   Stability and synchronization in river networks.  Ecology Letters In Press  PDF
29. Frechette, D; Osterback, AMK; Hayes, SA; Bond, MH; Moore, JW; Shaffer, SA; Harvey, JT.  (2012)   Assessing Avian Predation on Juvenile Salmonids using Passive Integrated Transponder Tag Recoveries and Mark-Recapture Methods.  North Am. J. Fish Manage. 32: 1237-1250 DOI
28. Moore, J.W., D.B. Herbst, W.N. Heady, and S.M. Carlson.  (2012)   Stream community and ecosystem responses to the boom and bust of an invading snail.  Biological Invasions 14: 2435-2446  PDF DOI
27. Moore, JW; Carlson, SM; Twardochleb, LA; Hwan, JL; Fox, JM; Hayes, SA.  (2012)   Trophic Tangles through Time? Opposing Direct and Indirect Effects of an Invasive Omnivore on Stream Ecosystem Processes.  PLoS One 7 DOI  PubMed
26. Twardochleb, L.A., M. Novak, and J.W. Moore.  (2012)   Using the functional response of a consumer to predict biotic resistance to invasive prey.  Ecological Applications 22: 1162-1171  PDF
25. Moore, J.W., S.A. Hayes, W. Duffy, S. Gallagher, C. Michel, and D. Wright.  (2011)   Nutrient fluxes and the recent collapse of coastal California salmon populations.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68: 1161-1170  Website DOI
24. Ward, E.J., B.X. Semmens, D.L. Phillips, J.W. Moore, and N. Bouwees.  (2011)   A quantitative approach to combine sources in stable isotope mixing models.  Ecosphere 2:art19  Website DOI
23. Yeakel, J.D., M. Novak, P. Guimaraes, N. Dominy, P. Koch, E. Ward, J.W. Moore, and B.X. Semmens.  (2011)   Merging Resource Availability with Isotope Mixing Models: The Role of Neutral Interaction Assumptions.  PLOS One 6:e22015  Website DOI
22. Flecker, A.S., P.B. McIntyre, J.W. Moore, J.T. Anderson, B.W. Taylor, and R.O. Hall, Jr.  (2010)   Migratory fishes as material and process subsidies in riverine ecosystems.  American Fisheries Society Symposium 73: 559-592.  PDF
21. Moore, J.W., and D.E. Schindler.  (2010)   Spawning salmon and the phenology of emergence in stream insects.  Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences 277: 1695-1703 DOI
20. Moore, J.W., M. McClure, L.A. Rogers, and D.E. Schindler.  (2010)   Synchronization and portfolio performance of threatened salmon.  Conservation Letters 3: 340-348  Website DOI
19. Semmens, B.X., E.J. Ward, J.W. Moore, and C.T. Darimont.  (2009)   Quantifying inter- and intra-population niche variability using hierarchical Bayesian stable isotope mixing models.  PLOS One 4: e6187  PDF
18. Yeakel, J.D., B.D. Patterson, K. Fox-Dobbs, M.M. Okumura, T.E. Cerline, J.W. Moore, P.L. Koch, and N.J. Dominy.  (2009)   Cooperation and individuality among man-eating lions.  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 106: 19040-19043 DOI
17. Zavaleta, E., J. Pasari, J.W. Moore, D. Hernández, K.B. Suttle, and C.C. Wilmers.  (2009)   Ecosystems responses to community disassembly.  This Year in Ecology and Conservation Biology 1162: 311-333 DOI
16. Moore, J.W., and B.X. Semmens.  (2008)   Incorporating uncertainty and prior information into stable isotope mixing models.  Ecology Letters 11: 470-480 DOI
15. Moore, J.W., and D.E. Schindler.  (2008)   Biotic disturbance and benthic community dynamics in salmon-bearing streams.  Journal of Animal Ecology 77: 275-284 DOI
14. Moore, J.W., D.E. Schindler, and C.P. Ruff.  (2008)   Habitat saturation drives thresholds in stream subsidies.  Ecology 89: 306-312 DOI
13. Moore, J.W., D.E. Schindler, J.L. Carter, J.M. Fox, J. Griffiths, and G.W. Holtgrieve.  (2007)   Biotic control of stream fluxes: Spawning salmon drive nutrient and matter export.  Ecology 88: 1278-1291 DOI
12. Scheuerell, M.D., J.W. Moore, D.E. Schindler, C.J. Harvey.  (2007)   Varying effects of anadromous salmon on the trophic ecology of resident stream fishes in Alaska.  Freshwater Biology 52: 1944-1956.
11. Brock, CS; Leavitt, PR; Schindler, DE; Johnson, SP; Moore, JW.  (2006)   Spatial variability of stable isotopes and fossil pigments in surface sediments of Alaskan coastal lakes: Constraints on quantitative estimates of past salmon abundance.  Limnology and Oceanography 51: 1637-1647  PDF
10. Francis, T.B., D.E. Schindler, and J.W. Moore.  (2006)   Aquatic insects play a minor role in dispersing salmon-derived nutrients into riparian forests in southwestern Alaska.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 63: 2543-2552
9. Moore, J.W.  (2006)   2006. Animal ecosystem engineers of streams.  Bioscience 56: 237-246.
8. Payne, LX; Moore, JW.  (2006)   Mobile scavengers create hotspots of freshwater productivity.  Oikos 115: 69-80  PDF
7. Winder, M; Schindler, DE; Moore, JW; Johnson, SP; Palen, WJ.  (2005)   Do bears facilitate transfer of salmon resources to aquatic macroinvertebrates?  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 62: 2285-2293 DOI
6. Moore, J.W., and D.E. Schindler.  (2004)   Nutrient export from freshwater systems by anadromous sockeye salmon.  Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61: 1582-1589.
5. Moore, JW; Kenagy, GJ.  (2004)   Consumption of shrews, Sorex spp., by Arctic Grayling, Thymallus arcticus.  Canadian Field-Naturalist 118: 111-114
4. Moore, JW; Ruesink, JL; McDonald, KA.  (2004)   Impact of supply-side ecology on consumer-mediated coexistence: Evidence from a meta-analysis.  American Naturalist 163: 480-487 DOI
3. Moore, JW; Schindler, DE; Scheuerell, MD.  (2004)   Disturbance of freshwater habitats by anadromous salmon in Alaska.  Oecologia 139: 298-308 DOI
2. Moore, J.W., D.E. Schindler, M.D. Scheuerell, J. Frodge, and D. Smith*.  (2003)   Lake eutrophication at the urban fringe: the Seattle region.  Ambio 32: 13-18.  PDF
1. Schindler, DE; Scheuerell, MD; Moore, JW; Gende, SM; Francis, TB; Palen, WJ.  (2003)   Pacific salmon and the ecology of coastal ecosystems.  Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 1: 31-37 DOI
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