Understanding Climate Change & Watershed Dynamics

Example Papers

Pitman, K.J., and J.W. Moore. 2021. The role of large, glaciated tributaries in cooling an important Pacific salmon migration corridor: a study of the Babine River. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 104: 1263–1277. doi: 10.1007/s10641-021-01152-1. (PDF).

Pitman, K.J., Moore, J.W., Sloat, M.R., Beaudreau, A.H., Bidlack, A.L., Brenner, R.E., Hood, E.W., Pess, G.R., Mantua, N.J., Milner, A.M., Radić, V. Reeves, G.H, Schindler, D.E., and D.C. Whited. 2020. Glacier retreat and Pacific salmon. BioScience 70(3): 220-236. doi: 10.1093/biosci/biaa015 (PDF).

Chezik, K.A., Anderson, S.C. and J.W. Moore. 2017. River networks dampen long-term hydrological signals of climate change. Geophysical Research Letters 44(14): 7256-7264. doi:10.1002/2017GL074376. (PDF).


Nesbitt, H.K. and J.W. Moore. 2016. Species and population diversity in Pacific salmon fisheries underpin indigenous food security. Journal of Applied Ecology 53(5): 1489–1499. (PDF).


Moore, J.W., M.P. Beakes, H.K. Nesbitt, J.D. Yeakel, D.A. Patterson, L.A. Thompson, C. Phillis, D. Braun, C. Favaro, D. Scott, C. Carr-Harris, and W. Atlas.  2015. Emergent stability in a large free-flowing watershed. Ecology 96(2): 340-347. (PDF).