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9611 SE 36th Street
Mercer Island, WA 98040
Phone: 206.275.7605
Fax: 206.275.7726
Email: midsg@mercergov.or. . .
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Shoreline Related Publications and Papers

Below are links to some shoreline related publications and papers that have been presented or referenced as part of the City of Mercer Island Shoreline Master Program:
 
  1. Ahrenstorff, T. D., G. G. Sass, and M. R. Helmus. 2009. The influence of littoral zone coarse woody habitat on home range size, spatial distribution, and feeding ecology of largemouth bass, Micropterus salmoides. Hydrobiologia 623:223-233.


  2. Brennan, J.S. 2007. Marine Riparian Vegetation Communities of Puget Sound. Puget Sound Nearshore Partnership Report No. 2007-02. Published by Seattle District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Seattle, Washington.


  3. Brennan, J.S., H. Culverwell, R. Gregg, and P. Granger. 2009. Protection of Marine Riparian Functions in Puget Sound, WA. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.


  4. Bryant, G.J. (1992) 'Direct Observations of Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass in response to various Brush structure Designs in Ruth Reservoir, California.' USDA  Forest Service Pacific Southwest region.


  5. K. Cappiella and T. Schueler, 2001. Crafting a Lake Protection Ordinance.


  6. Carrasquero, J. 2001. White Paper. Over-water structures: Freshwater issues. Herrera Environmental Consultants. 116 pp.


  7. Celedonia, M.T., R.A. Tabor, S. Sanders, D.W. Lantz, and I. Grettenberger. 2008. Movement and habitat use of Chinook salmon smolts and two predatory fishes in Lake Washington and the Lake Washington Ship Canal, 2004-2005 acoustic tracking studies. Prepared by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Western Washington Fish and Wildlife Office, Fisheries Division. Prepared for Seattle Public Utilities.


  8. Celedonia, Mark & Roger Tabor, et al. Movement and Habitat Use of Chinook Salmon Smolts, Northern Pikeminnow, and Smallmouth Bass Near the SR520 Bridge: 2007 Acoustic Tracking Study. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services, October 2008.


  9. Envirovison, Herrera Environmental, and Aquatic Habitat Guidelines Working Group. 2007. Protecting Nearshore Habitat and Functions in Puget Sound: An interim guide. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.


  10. Fayram, A. H. and T. H. Sibley. 2000. Impact of predation by smallmouth bass on sockeye salmon in Lake Washington. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 20:81-89.


  11. Francis, TB, DE Schindler. 2006. Degradation of littoral habitats by residential development: woody debris in lakes of the Pacific Northwest and Midwest, United States. Ambio 35:274-280.


  12. Friesen, T.A., J.S. Vile, and A.L. Pribyl, 2007. Outmigration of Juvenile Chinook Salmon in the Lower Willamette River, Oregon. Northwest Scientific Association. Vol. 81, No. 3, 2007.


  13. Granger, T., T. Hruby, A. McMillan, D. Peters, J. Rubey, D. Sheldon, S. Stanley, E. Stockdale. April 2005. Wetlands in Washington State - Volume 2: Guidance for Protecting and Managing Wetlands. Washington State Department of Ecology. Publication #05-06-008. Olympia, WA.


  14. Jennings, M.J., Emmons, E.E., Hatzenbeler, G.R., Edwards, C., & Bozek, M. (2003) Is littoral habitat affected by residential development and land use in watersheds of Wisconsin lakes? Lake and Reservoir Management, 19, 272-279.


  15. Kahler, T., M. Grassley and D. Beauchamp. 2000. A summary of the effects of bulkheads, piers, and other artificial structures and shorezone development on ESA-listed salmonids in lakes. City of Bellevue.


  16. Knight, K. 2009. Land Use Planning for Salmon, Steelhead and Trout. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Olympia, Washington.


  17. Knutson, K.L., and V.L. Naef. 1997. Management Recommendations for Washington’s Priority Habitats: Riparian. Wash. Dept. Fish and Wildl., Olympia. 181pp.


  18. Naiman, R.J., R.E. Bilby, and P.A. Bisson. 2000. Riparian ecology and management in the Pacific coastal rain forest. BioScience. 50(11):996-1011.


  19. National Marine Fisheries Service Northwest Region. 2008. Endangered Species Act - Section 7 Consultation Final Biological Opinion and Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act Essential Fish Habitat Consultation. Implementation of the National Flood Insurance Program in the State of Washington, Phase One Document. NMFS Tracking Number 2006-00472


  20. Pflug, D. E., and G. B. Pauley. 1983. The Movement and Homing of Smallmouth Bass, Micropterus dolomieu, in Lake Sammamish, Washington. California Fish and Game 69(4):207–216.


  21. Pflug, D. E. and G. B. Pauley. 1984. Biology of smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieui) in Lake Sammamish, Washington. Northwest Science 58:118-130.

  22. Rondorf, D.W., G.L. Rutz, and J.C. Charrier. 2010. Minimizing effects of over-water docks on federally listed fish stocks in McNary Reservoir: A literature review for criteria. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, December 2009, Report No. 2009-W68SBV91602084

  23. Sheldon, D., T. Hruby, P. Johnson, K. Harper, A. McMillan, T. Granger, S. Stanley, and E. Stockdale. March 2005. Wetlands in Washington State - Volume 1: A Synthesis of the Science. Washington State Department of Ecology. Publication #05-06-006. Olympia, WA.


  24. Tabor, R.A., B.A. Footen, K.L. Fresh, M.T. Celedonia, F. Mejia, D.L. Low, and L. Park. 2007. Predation of juvenile Chinook salmon and other salmonids by smallmouth bass and largemouth bass in the Lake Washington basin. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 27:1174-1188.


  25. Tabor, R.A., H.A. Gearns, C.M. McCoy III, and S. Camacho. 2006. Nearshore habitat use by juvenile chinook salmon in lentic systems of the Lake Washington Basin, Annual Report, 2003and 2004. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Lacey, WA.


  26. Tabor, R.A. and R.M. Piaskowski. 2002. Nearshore habitat use by juvenile Chinook salmon in lentic systems of the Lake Washington basin, annual report 2001. Prepared by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Western Washington Fish and Wildlife Office, Fisheries Division. Prepared for Seattle Public Utilities.


  27. Ward, D.L., A.A Nigro, R.A. Farr, and C.J. Knutsen 1984. Influence of Waterway Development on Migrational Characteristics of Juvenile Salmonids in the Lower Willamette River, Oregon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 14:362-371.
  28. WRIA 8 Lake Washington/Cedar/Sammamish Watershed Salmon Conservation and Restoration Referenced Documents


 

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