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Publications by Sean Naman

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  1. Naman, S.M., C.M. Greene, C.A. Rice, J. Chamberlin, L. Conway-Cranos, J.A. Cordell, J.E. Hall, L.D. Rhodes. In Press. Stable isotope-based trophic structure of pelagic fish and jellyfish across natural and anthropogenic landscape gradients in a fjord estuary. Ecology and Evolution
  2. Naman, S.M., J.S. Rosenfeld, J.S. Richardson. In Press. Causes and consequences of invertebrate drift in running waters: from individuals to populations and trophic fluxes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
  3. Oyafuso, Z.S., A.E. Baxter, J.E. Hall, S.M. Naman, C.M. Greene, L.D. Rhodes.. In press. Widespread detection of human-and ruminant-origin Bacteroidales markers in subtidal waters of the Salish Sea in Washington State. Journal of Water and Health
  4. Conway-Cranos L., P. Kiffney, N. Banas, M. Plummer, S. Naman, P. Macready, J. Bucci, M. Ruckleshaus. 2015. Stable isotopes and oceanographic modeling reveal spatial and trophic connectivity among terrestrial, estuarine and marine environments. Marine Ecology Progress Series 533:15-28 Link »
  5. Buehrens, T.W., P.M. Kiffney, G.R. Pess, T.R. Bennett, S.M. Naman, G. Brooks, T.P. Quinn. 2014. Increasing juvenile coho salmon densities during early recolonization have not affected resident cutthroat trout growth, movement or survival. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 34:892-907
  6. Kiffney, P. M., E.R. Buhle, S.M. Naman, G.R. Pess, R.S. Klett. 2014. Linking resource availability and habitat structure to stream organisms: An experimental and observational assessment. Ecosphere 5(4):39
  7. Naman, S.M., P.M. Kiffney, G.R. Pess, T.W. Buehrens, T.R. Bennett. 2014. Abundance and body condition of sculpin (Cottus spp.) in a small forest stream following recolonization by juvenile coho salmon (Oncorynchus kisutch). River Research and Applications 30(3):360-371 Link »
  8. Rosenfeld, J. S., N. Bouwes, C.E. Wall, S.M. Naman. 2014. Successes, failures and opportunities in the practical application of drift foraging models. Environmental Biology of Fishes 97(4):551-574 Link »