Past Lab Members


Graduate Students Supervised

Master of Science degrees

  • Anderson, J. H. 2006. Colonization of newly accessible habitat by coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch).
  • Berman, C. H. 1990. Effect of elevated holding temperatures on adult spring chinook salmon reproductive success
  • Boatright, C. 2003. Timing of migration, spawning, and juvenile emergence by sockeye salmon in Bear Lake, Alaska.
  • Buck, G. 2003. Migratory pathways of maturing sockeye salmon in Bristol Bay, Alaska.
  • Buehrens, T. W. 2011. Growth, movement, survival and spawning habitat of coastal cutthroat trout. pdf
  • Chamberlin, J. 2009. Early marine migratory patterns and the factors that promote resident type behavior of Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, in Puget Sound, Washington. pdf
  • Dalton, T. J. 1989. The use of a freshwater trematode as a parasite tag to indicate continental region of origin of ocean-caught steelhead trout.
  • Denton, K. 2008 The utilization of a salmon subsidy by resident char (Salvelinus spp.).
  • Doctor, K. 2008 Fishing out evolution? Spatial and temporal patterns of migration in sockeye salmon
  • Erickson, M. 2005. Vertebrate Communities in Bedrock and Gravel bottomed Streams of the Willapa Basin
  • Havey, M. 2008 Salmon olfaction: Odor detection and imprinting in Oncorhynchus spp.
  • Hendry, A. P. 1995. Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in Lake Washington: an investigation of ancestral origins, population differentiation, and local adaptation.
  • Hodgson, S. 2000. Marine and freshwater climatic influences on the migratory timing of adult sockeye salmon.
  • Jaecks, T. 2010. Population Dynamics and Trophic Ecology of Dolly Varden in the Iliamna River, Alaska: Life History of Freshwater Fish Relying on Marine Food Subsidies. pdf
  • Kinnison, M. T. 1997. Population differentiation in chinook salmon introduced to New Zealand: evidence from morphological, reproductive and early life history characters.
  • Kahler, T. H. 1999. Summer movement and growth of individually marked juvenile salmonids in western Washington streams.
  • Kendall, N. 2007. Long term fishery selection on size and age at maturity in Bristol Bay, Alaska sockeye salmon.
  • Leonetti, F. E. 1996. Habitat attributes, sockeye salmon spawning behavior, and redd site characteristics at island beaches, Iliamna Lake, Alaska.
  • Mackey, G. 1999. Investigations of opportunities for genetic and ecological interactions and reproductive success of hatchery and wild steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in Forks Creek, Washington.
  • Newell, J. 2005. Migration and movement patterns of adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in Lake Washington.
  • Nowak, G. 2000. Movement patterns and feeding ecology of cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki clarki) in Lake Washington.
  • Olson, A. F. 1989. Some aspects of the behavior of chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, in estuaries.
  • Rhodes, J. S. 1998. Comparative performance of hatchery and naturally reared coho salmon parr in streams: laboratory and field experiments
  • Rich, H. R. 2006. Effects of climate and density on the distribution, growth, and life history of juvenile sockeye salmon in Iliamna Lake, Alaska.
  • Rohde, J. 2013. Partial migration of Puget Sound Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch): Individual and population level patterns. pdf
  • Roni, P. 1992. Life history and spawning habitat in four stocks of large-bodied chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha).
  • Shreffler, D. K. 1989. Temporary residence and foraging by juvenile salmon in a restored estuarine wetland.
  • Thornton, E. 2015. Competition between non-native brook trout and coho salmon in the Elwha River, WA during dam removal. pdf

Doctor of Philosophy degrees

  • Abrey, C. A. 2005. Variation in the early life history of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka): emergence timing, an ontogenetic shift, and population productivity
  • Anderson, J. 2011. Dispersal and reproductive success of Chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and coho (O. kisutch) salmon colonizing newly accessible habitat. pdf
  • Bond, M. H. 2013. Diversity in migration, habitat use, and growth of Dolly Varden char in Chignik Lakes, Alaska
  • Carlson, S. M. 2006. Evolutionary effects of bear predation on salmon life history and morphology.
  • Cunningham, C. 2015 (co-supervised with Ray Hilborn). Salmonid selection, evolution, and historical abundance patterns. pdf
  • Dickerson, B. R. 2003. Reproductive success in wild pink salmon, Oncorhynchus gorbuscha.
  • Dittman, A. H. 1994. Behavioral and biochemical mechanisms of olfactory imprinting and homing by coho salmon.
  • Gende, S. M. 2002. Foraging behavior of bears at salmon streams: intake, choice, and the role of salmon life history.
  • Goetz, F.A. 2016. Migration and Residence Patterns of Salmonids in Puget Sound, Washington. pdf
  • Hendry, A. P. 1998. Reproductive energetics of Pacific salmon: strategies, tactics and tradeoffs.
  • Hovel, R. 2015. Species diversity and environmental variability: patterns and processes of
    lacustrine fish community responses in a variable world. pdf
  • Kendall, N. W. 2011. Fishery selection and Pacific salmon life histories: patterns and processes. pdf
  • Kinnison, M. T. 1999. Life history divergence and population structure of New Zealand chinook salmon: a study of contemporary microevolution.
  • Lonzarich, D. G. 1994. Stream fish communities in Washington: patterns and processes.
  • McLean, J. E. 2003.Reproductive success of hatchery and wild steelhead, Oncorhynchus mykiss.
  • Merrick, R. 1995. The relationship of the foraging ecology of Steller sea lions (Eumetopias jubatus) to their population decline in Alaska.
  • Pess, G. R. 2009. Patterns and processes of salmon colonization. pdf
  • Roni, P. 2000. Response of fish and salamanders to instream restoration in small western Washington and Oregon streams.
  • Seamons, T. R. 2005. The mating system of steelhead and the effect of length and arrival date on steelhead reproductive success.
  • Woods, P. J. 2011. Ecological diversity in the polymorphic fish Arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus). pdf