Attachment H. Bibliography

Tags: Washington, University of Washington, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, American Fisheries Society, Water Resources, Seattle, WA, American Water Resources Association, Seattle, King County, Puget Sound, King County Department of Natural Resources, North American Journal of Fisheries Management, King County, Washington, stream channel, woody debris, Washington Department of Transportation, Conservation Biology, Lewis Publishers, Island Press, Washington Department of Ecology, Biological Conservation, Pacific Northwest, Canadian Journal of Forest Research, B.L Finlayson, United States Department of Agriculture, National Research Council, Washington Department of Natural Resources, forest fragments, Journal of Applied Ecology, forest fragmentation, Oxford University Press, S.V. Gregory, Environmental Management, J.C. Scrivener, Washington Cooperative Fisheries and Wildlife Research Unit, National Academy Press, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, western Washington, Surface Water Management Division, Washington State University, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, USDA Forest Service, D.A. Beauchamp, J.P., National Marine Fisheries Service, Journal American Water Resources Association, Van Nostrand Reinhold, Forest Ecology and Management, Journal of Environmental Engineering, Seattle WA, Environmental Toxicology, Water Resources Assoc, EPA, King County Department, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, Washington State, University of Washington Press, American Meteorological Society, Washington State Ferries, Department of Agriculture, Washington State Department of Ecology, Restoration of Puget Sound Rivers, Seattle Public Utilities, U.S. Geological Survey, King County Department of Public Works, Landscape Ecology, Pacific Northwest Research Station, Coastal wetland, Journal of Wildlife Management, Washington Department of Natural Resources Aquatic Resources Division, Cambridge University Press, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, Environmental Protection Agency, C. Folke, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science
Content: Attachment H. Bibliography Preliminary Literature References Adger, W.N., T. P. Hughes, C. Folke, S.R. Carpenter, and J. Rockstro. 2005. SocialEcological Resilience to Coastal Disasters. Science 309: 1036-1039.Anchor Environmental L.L.C. 2004. Marine Shoreline Inventory Report: WRIA 9. Prepared for Seattle Public Utilities and WRIA 9 Anchor Environmental, 2006. Draft, Water Resource Inventory Area 9 Nearshore Habitat Assessment. Prepared for Seattle Public Utilities, Seattle WA. Anchor Environmental. 2000. Phase 1 final biological and habitat survey data report. Prepared for Washington State Ferries by Rich Passage Wave Action Study Team. Aznar, J.-C., A. Dervieux and P. Grillas. 2003. Association between aquatic vegetation and landscape indicators of human pressure. Wetlands 23:149-160. Beechie, T.J., G. Pess, E. Beamer, G. Lucchetti, and R. Bilby. 2003. Restoration of Puget Sound Rivers. pp. 194-225 in D.R. Montgomery, S. Bolton, D.B. Both, and L. Wall, editors. Restoration of Puget Sound Rivers. Center for Water and Watershed Studies, Univ. of Washington, Seattle, and University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA. Booth, D.B. 2005. Challenges and prospects for restoring urban streams: a perspective from the Pacific Northwest of North America. J. N. A. Benthol. Soc. 24(3): 724-737. Booth, D.B., R.A. Haugerud, and K. Goetz Troost. 2003. The geology of Puget lowland rivers. Eds: D.R. Montgomery, S. Bolton, D.B. Booth, and L. Wall. University of Washington Press. 194-225. Booth, D.B., D.Hartley, and R. Jackson. 2002. Forest cover, impervious-surface area, and the mitigation of stormwater impacts. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 38(3):835-845. Brunengo, M.J., S.D. Smith, and S.C. Bernath. 1992. Screening for Watershed Analysis ­A GIS-based method of Modeling the Water Input from Rain-on-Snow Storms, for Management and Regulation of Clearcut Forest Harvest. WA DNR, Forest Practices Division, Open-File Report 92-2. Burns, R. (1985). The Shape and Form of Puget Sound. Puget Sound Books. Washington Sea Grant Publication. University of Washington Press. 100p. Casola, J.H., J.E. Kay, A.K. Snover, R.A. Norheim, L.C. Whitely Binder, and Climate Impacts Group. 2005. Climate Impacts on Washington's Hydropower, Water Supply, Forests, Fish, and Agriculture. A report prepared for King County (Washington) by the Climate Impacts Group (Center for Science in the Earth System, Joint Institute for the Study of the Atmosphere and Ocean, University of Washington, Seattle). Chapin, D.M., R.L. Beschta, and H.W. Shen. 2002. Relationships between flood frequencies and riparian plant communities in the upper Klamath Basin, Oregon. Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Vol. 38(3): 603­617. Chasen, D.J. 1981. The water link: a history of Puget Sound as a resource. Puget Sound Books, Washington Sea Grant Publication, University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA. 179 pp.
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Collins, B.D. and A.J. Sheikh. 2005a. Historical reconstruction, classification, and change analysis of Puget Sound tidal marshes. Final project report to Washington Department of Natural Resources Aquatic Resources Division, Olympia, WA 985047027. Collins, B.D., and A.J. Sheikh. 2005b. Historical aquatic habitats in the Green and Duwamish river valleys, and the Elliott Bay nearshore, King County, Washington. August 17, 2005. Final project report to King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, 201 S. Jackson St., Seattle, Washington 98104 Collins, B.D., and A.J. Sheikh. 2004a. Historical channel locations of the White River, RM 5 - RM 28, King County, Washington. October 19, 2004. Final project report to King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Flood Hazard Reduction Services Section, 201 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104-3855. Collins, B.D., and A.J. Sheikh. 2004b. Historical aquatic habitats in the White River Valley, RM 5 - RM 28, King County, Washington. December 1, 2004. Final project report to King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, 201 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104-3855. Collins, B.D., A.J. Sheikh, and C. Kiblinger. 2003. Historical river channel location data for the Cedar River, RM 0 - RM 22, King County, Washington. June 24, 2003. Final project report to King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, 201 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104-3855. Collins, B.D., and A.J. Sheikh. 2002. Mapping historical conditions in the Snoqualmie River valley, RM 0 - RM 40, King County, Washington, February 21, 2002. Final project report to King County Department of Natural Resources, 201 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104. Dale, V.H., A.E. Lugo, J.A. MacMahon, and S.T.A. Pickett. 1998. Ecosystem management in the context of large, infrequent disturbances. Ecosystems 1:1-14. Douglass, S.L. and Pickel, B.H. 1999. The tide doesn't go out anymore - the effect of bulkheads on urban bay shorelines. Shore & Beach 67(2 & 3), 1999. Dubй, K. 2003. The Effects of Large Dams on Salmon Spawning Habitat in the Pacific Northwest. Presentation at the Geological Society of America meeting in Seattle, November 2-5, 2003. Edwards, R.T. 1998. Chap 16: The hyporheic zone. In: River Ecology and Management. Eds: R.J. Naiman and R.E. Bilby. Springer-Verlag Press, New York, Inc. Fahrig, L. 2003. Effects of habitat fragmentation in biodiversity. Annu. Rev. Ecol. Evol. Syst. 34:487­515. Forman, R.T.T., and M. Godorn. 1986. Landscape ecology. Wiley, New York. Forman, R.T.T. et all. Road ecology: science and solutions. Island Press., Washington. 481 pp. Forman, R.T.T. 1995 Land mosaics: the ecology of landscapes and regions. Cambridge University Press. 632 pp. Fox, Martin J. Spatial Organization, Position and Source Characteristics of Large Woody Debris In Natural Systems; University of Washington, PhD Dissertation, August 2003.
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Fox, Marin J. A New Look at the Quantities and Volumes of Instream Wood in Forested Basins Within Washington State; University of Washington, Master's thesis, August 2001. Frissell, C.A. 1997. Ecological principles. pp. 96-115 in J. E. Williams, C. A. Wood, and M. P. Dombeck, editors. Watershed restoration: principles and practices. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. Gomi, T., R.C. Sidle, and J.S. Johnson. 2002. Understanding processes and downstream linkages of headwater systems. BioScience 52(10): 905-916. Haddad, N.M., D.R. Bowne, A. Cunningham, B.J. Danielson, D.J. Levey, S. Sargent and T. Spira. 2003. Corridor use by diverse taxa. Ecology 84:609-615. Johannessen, J.W., MacLennan, A., and McBride, A, 2005. Inventory and Assessment of Current and Historic Beach Feeding Sources/Erosion and Accretion Areas for the Marine Shorelines of Water Resource Inventory Areas 8 & 9, Prepared by Coastal Geologic Services, Prepared for King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Seattle, WA. Kadlec, R.H. and R.L. Knight. 1996. Treatment Wetlands. Boca Raton: CRC Lewis Publishers. 893 pp. Karr, J.R. and E.W. Chu, 1999. Restoring Life in Running Waters ­ Better Biological Monitoring, Island Press, Washington, D.C.. King County 2004A. King County Comprehensive Plan. Seattle, WA. King County. 2004B. Noxious Weed Control Board: 2004 Annual Report. King County Department of Parks and Natural Resources, Seattle, WA. King County. 2004C. Critical areas companion paper: Approach for developing basin and shoreline conditions map. King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Seattle WA, 28pp. King County. 2003. Salmonid distribution Vashon. Metadata available at: http://dnrweb.metrokc.gov/dnrtech/dnrpgislib/dnrplib_detail.cfm?DS_PID=398 King County. 2002. Salmonid distribution Watershed Resource Inventory Area 7. Metadata available at: http://dnrweb.metrokc.gov/dnrtech/dnrpgislib/dnrplib_detail.cfm?DS_PID=515 King County. 2001. Salmonid distribution Watershed Resource Inventory Area 8. Metadata available at : http://dnrweb.metrokc.gov/dnrtech/dnrpgislib/dnrplib_detail.cfm?DS_PID=396 King County. 2000. Salmonid distribution Watershed Resource Inventory Area 9. Metadata available at: http://dnrweb.metrokc.gov/dnrtech/dnrpgislib/dnrplib_detail.cfm?DS_PID=397 King County. 1996. Wildlife habitat network. Metadata available at: http://www.metrokc.gov/gis/sdc/Content/internal/enviro/wildnet1996.htm King County. 1993. Cedar River Current and Future Conditions Report. Prepared by King County Surface Water Management Division. King County. 1978. Goals, Policies, Objectives ­ King County Shoreline Master Program, King County Code Title 25 and King County Shoreline Management Plan
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Schlesinger, W.H. 1997. Biogeochemistry: An analysis of global change. San Diego: Academic Press. 588 pp. Sheldon, D.T., T. Hruby, P. Johnson, K. Harper, A. McMillan, T. Granger, S. Stanley, E. Stockdale. 2005. Freshwater Wetlands in Washington State Volume I: A Synthesis of the Science. Washington State Department of Ecology Publication #05-06-006. http://www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/sea/bas_wetlands/volume1final.html Shipman, H., -. Beach Nourishment on Puget Sound: A Review of Existing Projects and Potential Applications. Washington State Department of Ecology, Olympia, WA. Shipman, H. 2004. Coastal Bluffs and Sea Cliffs on Puget Sound, Washington. U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 1693, Denver, CO. 123 pp. Sobocinski, K.L. 2003. The impact of shoreline armoring on upper beach fauna of central Puget Sound. MS Thesis. School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences. University of Washington. Seattle. Simenstad, C., D.R. Reed, and M. Ford. 2006. When is restoration not? Incorporating landscape-scale processes to restore self-sustaining ecosystems in coastal wetland restoration. Ecological Engineering 26:27-39. Shreffler, D.K., and R.M. Thom. 1993. Restoration of Urban Estuaries: New Approaches for Site Location and Design, Washington Department of Natural Resources, Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories, PNL-10784. Stanley, S., J. Brown, and S. Grigsby. 2005. Protecting aquatic ecosystems: A guide for Puget Sound Planners to understand watershed processes. Washington State Department of Ecology. Publication #05-06-027. Olympia, WA. Tabor, R.A., G.S. Brown and V.T. Luiting. 2004. The Effect of Light Intensity on Sockeye Salmon Fry Migratory Behavior and predation in the Cedar River, Washington. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 24(1):128-145 Terich T.A. 1987. Living with the shore of Puget Sound and the Georgia Strait. Duke University Press, Durham, South Carolina. Tewksbury, J.J., D.J. Levey, N.M. Haddad, S. Sargent, J.L. Orrock, A. Weldon, B.J. Danielson, J. Brinkerhoff, E.I. Damschen and P. Townsen. 2002b. Corridors affect plants, animals, and their interactions in fragmented landscapes. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 99:12923-12926. Thom, R.M. 2004. Conceptual Models as a Tool for Assessing, Restoring, and Managing Puget Sound Habitats and Resources. In T.W. Droscher and D.A. Fraser (eds). Proceedings of the 2003 Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Research Conference. Puget Sound Action Team: Olympia, WA. Thorson, R.M. 1980. Ice sheet glaciation of the Puget lowland, Washington, during the Vashon stade (late Pleistocene). Quaternary Research 13: 303-321. Tiebout, H.M. I. and R.A. Anderson. 1997. A comparison of corridors and intrinsic connectivity to promote dispersal in transient successional landscapes. Conservation Biology 11:620-627. Toft, J. 2005. Benthic Macroinvertebrate Monitoring at Seahurst Park 2004, PreConstruction of Seawall Removal. Technical Report SAFS-UW-0502, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington. Prepared for the City of Burien. 18 pp.
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Williams, G.D., R.M. Thom, M.C. Miller, D.L. Woodruff, N.R. Evans, and P.N. Best. 2003. Bainbridge Island Nearshore Assessment: Summary of Best Available Science. PNWD-3233. Prepared for the City of Bainbridge Island: Bainbridge Island, WA; by Battelle Marine Sciences Laboratory: Sequim, WA. Williams G.D. and RM Thom. 2001. Marine and estuarine shoreline modification issues. PNWD-3087. Prepared for Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Washington Department of Ecology and Washington State Department of Transportation by Battelle Marine Sciences Laboratory, Sequim, Washington. Williams G.D., R.M. Thom, J.E. Starkes, J.S. Brennan, J.P. Houghton, D. Woodruff, P.L. Striplin, M. Miller, M. Pedersen, A. Skillman, R. Kropp , A. Borde, C. Freeland, K. McArthur, V. Fagerness, S. Blanton, and L. Blackmore. 2001. Reconnaissance assessment of the State of the Nearshore Ecosystem: Eastern shore of central Puget Sound, including Vashion and Maury Islands (WRIAs 8 and 9). Prepared for King County Department of Natural Resources by Battelle Marine Sciences Laboratory, Pentec Environmental, Striplin Environmental Associates, Shapiro Associates, and King County Department of Natural Resources, Seattle, Washington. 353 pp. Williams, J.E., C.A. Wood, and M.P. Dombeck. 1997. Understanding watershed-scale restoration. pp. 1-16 in J.E. Williams, C.A. Wood, and M.P. Dombeck, editors. Watershed restoration: principles and practices. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. Wissmar, R.C. 1997. Historical perspectives. pp. 66-70 in J.E. Williams, C.A. Wood, and M.P. Dombeck, editors. Watershed restoration: principles and practices. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland. Wolcott, Ernest E. 1965. Lakes of Washington: Volume 1 Western Washington. Washington State Department of Conservation, Olympia, WA. WRIA 8 (Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Watershed Steering Committee). 2005. Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Watershed (WRIA 8) Chinook Salmon Conservation Plan. (http://dnr.metrokc.gov/Wrias/8/Chinook-conservation-plan.htm)
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