Recent SFEL Publications
Baxter, C. V., K. D. Fausch, M. Murakami, and P. L. Chapman. 2004. Fish invasion restructures stream and forest food webs by interrupting reciprocal prey subsidies. Ecology 85:2656-2663.
Olden, J. D., N. L. Poff, M. R. Douglas, M. E. Douglas, and K. D. Fausch. 2004. Ecological and evolutionary consequences of biotic homogenization: beyond a simple focus on species diversity loss. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 19:18-24.
Peterson, D. P., K. D. Fausch, and G. C. White. 2004. Population ecology of an invasion: effects of brook trout on native cutthroat trout. Ecological Applications 14:754-772.
Weber, E. D., and K. D. Fausch. 2004. Abundance and size distribution of ocean-type juvenile chinook salmon in the upper Sacramento River margin before and after hatchery releases. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:1447-1455.
Weber, E. D., and K. D. Fausch. 2005. Competition between hatchery-reared and wild juvenile Chinook salmon in enclosures in the Sacramento River, California. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:44-58.
Baxter, C. V., K. D. Fausch, and W. C. Saunders. 2005. Tangled webs: reciprocal flows of invertebrate prey link streams and riparian zones. Freshwater Biology 50:201-220.
Cooney, S. J., A. P. Covich, P. M. Lukacs, A. L. Harig, and K. D. Fausch. 2005. Modeling global warming scenarios in greenback cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki stomias) streams: implications for species recovery. Western North American Naturalist 65:371-381.
Laeser, S. R., C. V. Baxter, and K. D. Fausch. 2005. Riparian vegetation loss, stream channelization, and web-weaving spiders in northern Japan. Ecological Research 20:646-651.
Baxter, C. V., K. D. Fausch, M. Murakami, and P. L. Chapman. 2007. Invading rainbow trout usurp a terrestrial prey subsidy from native charr and reduce their growth and abundance. Oecologia 153:461-470.
Coleman, M. A., and K. D. Fausch. 2007. Cold summer temperature limits recruitment of age-0 cutthroat trout in high-elevation Colorado streams. Transactions American Fisheries Society 136:1231-1244.
Coleman, M. A., and K. D. Fausch. 2007. Cold summer temperature regimes cause a recruitment bottleneck in age-0 Colorado River cutthroat trout reared in laboratory streams. Transactions American Fisheries Society 136:639-654.
Saunders, W. C., and K. D. Fausch. 2007. Improved grazing management increases terrestrial invertebrate inputs that feed trout in Wyoming rangeland streams. Transactions American Fisheries Society 136:1216-1230.
Peterson, D. P., B. E. Rieman, J. B. Dunham, K. D. Fausch, and M. K. Young. 2008. Analysis of tradeoffs between threats of invasion by nonnative trout and intentional isolation for native westslope cutthroat trout. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65:557-573.
Fausch, K. D. 2008. A paradox of trout invasions in North America. Biological Invasions 10:685-701.
Fausch, K. D. 2008. Introduction, establishment, and effects of non-native salmonids: considering the risk of rainbow trout invasion in the United Kingdom. Journal of Fish Biology. (Jack Jones Memorial Lecture, Fisheries Society of the British Isles annual meeting, Exeter, U.K. July 2007). 71:1-32.
Huckins, C. J., E. A. Baker, K. D. Fausch, and J. B. K. Leonard. In press. Ecology and life history of coaster brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis and potential bottlenecks in their rehabilitation. North American Journal of Fisheries Management.