Electronic and paper reprints of the articles listed below are available at no cost upon request to gpast@ucdavis.edu.

Articles Explaining SHIRA

Wheaton, J.M., Pasternack,G.B., and Merz, J.E. 2004 Spawning habitat rehabilitation – I. Conceptual Approach & Methods. International Journal of River Basin Management 2:1:3-20.

Wheaton, J. M., Pasternack, G. B., and Merz, J. E. 2004. Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation – II. Using hypothesis development and testing in design, Mokelumne River, California, U.S.A. International Journal of River Basin Management 2:1:21-37.

Elkins, E. E., Pasternack, G. B., and Merz, J. E. 2007. The Use of Slope Creation for Rehabilitating Incised, Regulated, Gravel-Bed Rivers. Water Resources Research 43, W05432, doi:10.1029/2006WR005159.

Pasternack, G. B. 2008. Spawning habitat rehabilitation: advances in analysis tools. In (D.A. Sear, P. DeVries, S. Greig, Eds) Salmonid spawning habitat in rivers: physical controls, biological responses, and approaches to remediation. Symposium 65, American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.

Sawyer, A. M., Pasternack, G. B., Merz, J. E., Escobar, M., Senter, A. E. 2009. Construction constraints on geomorphic-unit rehabilitation on regulated gravel-bed rivers. River Research and Applications 25:416-437.

Manwaring, M., Cepello, S., Kennedy, S., Pasternack, G.B. 2009. Spawning Riffle Gravel Supplementation for Anadromous Spring-Run Chinook Salmon and Steelhead. Waterpower XVI, July 27-30, Spokane. p. 1-18.

Articles Evaluating 2D Modeling

Pasternack, G. B., Wang, C. L., and Merz, J. 2004. Application of a 2D hydrodynamic model to reach-scale spawning gravel replenishment on the lower Mokelumne River, California. River Research and Applications 20:2:205-225.

Pasternack, G. B., Gilbert, A. T., Wheaton, J. M., Buckland, E. M. 2006. Error Propagation for Velocity and Shear Stress Prediction Using 2D Models For Environmental Management. Journal of Hydrology 76:1-2:207-228.

Brown, R. A. and Pasternack, G. B. 2009. Comparison of Methods for Analyzing Salmon Habitat Rehabilitation Designs For Regulated Rivers. River Research and Applications 25:745-772.

Articles Assessing Ecological Outcomes

Merz, J.E., and Setka, J.D. 2004. Evaluation of a Spawning Habitat Enhancement Site for Chinook Salmon in a Regulated California River. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24:397–407.

Wheaton, J. M., Pasternack, G. B., and Merz, J. E. 2004. Use of habitat heterogeneity in salmonid spawning habitat rehabilitation design. in Fifth International Symposium on Ecohydraulics: Aquatic Habitats: Analysis and Restoration, IAHR-AIRH: Madrid, Spain. p. 791-796.

Merz, J. E., Setka, J., Pasternack, G. B., Wheaton, J. M. 2004. Predicting benefits of spawning habitat rehabilitation to salmonid fry production in a regulated California river. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 61:1433-1446.

Merz, J.E., L.K. Ochikubo Chan. 2005. Effects of gravel augmentation on macroinvertebrate assemblages in a regulated California river. River Research and Applications 21, pp. 61-74.

Moir, H. J. and Pasternack, G. B. 2008. Relationships between mesoscale morphological units, stream hydraulics and Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) spawning habitat on the Lower Yuba River, California. Geomorphology 100:527-548

Moir, H. J. and Pasternack, G. B. 2009. Substrate requirements of spawning Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) are dependent on local channel hydraulics. River Research and Applications, doi: 10.1002/rra.1292.

Wheaton, J. M., Brasington, J., Darby, S., Merz, J. E., Pasternack, G. B., Sear, D. A., Vericat, D. 2009. Linking morphological sediment budgeting to salmonid ecohydraulics. River Research and Applications, doi: 10.1002/rra.1305.

Articles Assessing Hydrogeomorphic Dynamics

MacWilliams, M. L., Wheaton, J. M., Pasternack, G. B., Kitanidis, P. K., Street, R. L. 2006. The Flow Convergence-Routing Hypothesis for Pool-Riffle Maintenance in Alluvial Rivers. Water Resources Research 42, W10427, doi:10.1029/2005WR004391.

Merz, J. E., Pasternack, G. B., Wheaton, J. M. 2006. Sediment Budget for Salmonid Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation in the Mokelumne River. Geomorphology 76:1-2:207-228.

Brown, R. A. and Pasternack, G. B. 2008. Engineered Channel Controls Limiting Spawning Habitat Rehabilitation Success on Regulated Gravel-bed Rivers. Geomorphology 97:631-654.

Pasternack, G.B., Bounrisavong, M.K., and Parikh, K.K. 2008. Backwater control on riffle-pool hydraulics, fish habitat quality, and sediment transport regime in gravel-bed rivers. Journal of Hydrology 357:1-2:125-139.

Wheaton, J. M., Brasington, J., Darby, S., Merz, J. E., Pasternack, G. B., Sear, D. A., Vericat, D. submitted. Linking morphological sediment budgeting to salmonid ecohydraulics. River Research and Applications.

Sawyer, A. M., Pasternack, G. B., Moir, H. J., Fulton, A. A. in press. Riffle-Pool Maintenance and Flow Convergence Routing Confirmed on a Large Gravel Bed River. Geomorphology.

White, J. Q., Pasternack, G. B., and Moir, H. J. submitted. Valley width controls on riffle location and persistence on a gravel bed river. Geomorphology.