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Beamer, EM, T Beechie, J Klochak. 1998. A strategy for implementation, effectiveness, and validation monitoring of habitat restoration projects, with two examples from the Skagit River basin, Washington.
Beamer, EM, A McBride, C Greene, R Henderson, et al. 2005. Delta and nearshore restoration for the recovery of wild Skagit River Chinook salmon: Linking estuary restoration to wild Chinook salmon populations.
Beamer, E, C Rice, R Henderson, K Fresh, M Rowse. 2007. Taxonomic Composition of Fish Assemblages, and Density and Size of Juvenile Chinook Salmon in the Greater Skagit River Estuary. Field Sampling and Data Summary Report.
Beamer, EM, JP Shannahan, K Wolf, E Lowery, D Pflug. 2010. Freshwater habitat rearing preferences for stream type juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and steelhead (O. mykiss) in the Skagit River Basin: Phase 1 study report.
Hood, WG. 2012. Beaver in tidal marshes: Dam effects on low-tide channel pools and fish use of estuarine habitat. (Washington, USA). Please contact Greg Hood for a copy of this document. Click here for contact information.
Hood, WG. 2013. Applying and testing a predictive vegetation model to management of the invasive cattail, Typha angustifolia L., in an oligohaline tidal marsh reveals priority effects caused by non-stationarity. The final publication is available at link: http://link.springer.com/
Hood, WG. 2014. Differences in tidal channel network geometry between reference marshes restored by historical dike breaching. Please contact Greg Hood for a copy of this document. Click here for contact information.
Hood, WG. 2015. Geographic variation in Puget Sound tidal planform geometry. Publication is available via link: http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1QCWW,3sl3OwY5