Recent publications led by undergraduatesU, graduate studentsG, and postdocsP in the Carlson Lab or broader #BerkeleyFreshwater group

PreglerP, K.C., Obedzinski, M., Gilbert-Horvath, E., White, B., Carlson, S.M., Garza. J.C. 2023. Assisted gene flow from outcrossing shows the potential for genetic rescue in an endangered salmon population. Conservation Letters. doi: 10.1111/conl.1293

KastlG, B., Obedzinski, M., Carlson, S.M., Boucher, W., and Grantham, T.E. 2022. Migration in drought: Receding streams contract the seaward migration window of endangered salmon. Ecosphere 13(12): e4295.

Chen G, E., GalvezG, J., Carlson, S.M. 2022. Towards building a more diverse and inclusive culture in the fisheries classroom. Fisheries 47(8): 333-336.

Rossi, G., Power, M.E., Carlson, S.M., and Grantham, T.E. 2022. Seasonal growth potential of Oncorhynchus mykiss in streams with contrasting prey phenology and streamflow. Ecosphere 13(9): e4211.

ColombanoP, D.D., Carlson, S.M., Hobbs, J.A., and Ruhi, A. 2022. Four decades of climatic fluctuations and fish recruitment stability across a marine-freshwater gradient. Global Change Biology 28 (17): 5104-5120. doi/10.1111/gcb.16266

MoiduG, H., Obedzinski, M., Carlson, S.M., and Grantham, T.E. 2021. Spatial patterns and sensitivity of intermittent stream drying to climate variability. Water Resources Research 57: e2021WR030314.

KelsonG, S.J., Carlson, S.M., and Miller, M.R. 2020. Indirect genetic control of migration in a salmonid fish. Biology Letters 16: 20200299.

WangU, T., KelsonG, S.J., Greer, G., Thompson, S.E., and Carlson, S.M. 2020. Tributary confluences are dynamic thermal refuges for a juvenile salmonid in a warming river network. River Research and Applications 36: 1076-1086.

Rodríguez-LozanoP, P., Woelfle-Erskine, C., Bogan, M.T., and Carlson, S.M. 2020. Are non-perennial rivers considered as valuable and worth of conservation as perennial rivers? Sustainability 12, 5782. doi:10.3390/su12145782

Vander VorsteP, R., Obedzinski, M., Nossman-Pierce, S., Carlson, S.M., and Grantham, T.E. 2020. Refuges and ecological traps: extreme drought threatens persistence of an endangered fish in intermittent streams. Global Change Biology 26: 3834-3845.

KelsonG, S.J., Miller, M.R., Thompson, T.Q., O’Rourke, S.M., and Carlson, S.M. 2020. Temporal dynamics of migration-linked genetic variation are driven by streamflows and riverscape permeability. Molecular Ecology 29: 870-885.

SturrockP, A.M., Satterthwaite, W., YoshidaG, K.M., HuberG, E.R., Sturrock, H.J.W., NussléP, S., Carlson, S.M. 2019. Eight decades of hatchery salmon releases in the California Central Valley: Factors influencing straying and resilience. Fisheries 44: 433-444.

Rodríguez-LozanoP, P., Leidy, R.A., Carlson, S.M. 2019. Brook lamprey survival in the dry riverbed of an intermittent stream. Journal of Arid Environments 166: 83-85.

KelsonG, S.J., Miller, M.R., Thompson, T.Q., O’Rourke, S.M., and Carlson, S.M. 2019. Do genomics and sex predict migration in a partially migratory salmonid fish, Oncorhynchus mykiss? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 76: 2080-2088.

KelsonG, S.J. and Carlson, S.M. 2019. Do precipitation extremes drive growth and migration timing of a Pacific salmonid fish in Mediterranean-climate streams? Ecosphere 10(3): e02618.

BoganP, M.T., Leidy, R.A., Neuhaus, L., HernandezU, C.J., and Carlson, S.M. 2019. Biodiversity value of remnant pools in an intermittent stream during the great California drought. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29: 976-989.

HwanG, J.L., Fernández-Chacón, A., BuoroP, M., and Carlson, S.M. 2018. Dry season survival of juvenile salmonids in an intermittent coastal stream. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75: 746-758.

NussleP, S., Matthews, K.R., and Carlson, S.M. 2017. Patterns and dynamics of vegetation recovery following grazing cessation in the California golden trout habitat. Ecosphere 8(7): e01880.

SchaafU, C.J., KelsonG, S.J., NussleP, S., and Carlson, S.M. 2017. Black spot infection in juvenile steelhead trout increases with stream temperature in northern California. Environmental Biology of Fishes 100:733–744.

Woelfle-ErskineG, C., Larsen, L.G., and Carlson, S.M. 2017. Abiotic habitat thresholds for salmonid over-summer survival in intermittent streams. Ecosphere 8(2):e01645.

FraiolaG, K.M.S. and Carlson, S.M. 2017. Feeding microhabitat use and selectivity of juvenile Mugil cephalus (Actinopterygii: Mugilidae) in a Hawaiian stream. Pacific Science 71(1):  45-56.

FraiolaG, K.M.S. and Carlson, S.M. 2016. Feasibility of using Passive Integrated Transponder technology for studying the ecology of juvenile Mugil cephalus (Actinopterygii, Mugilidae) in streams. Pacific Science 70(3): 349-360.

HwanG, J.L., and Carlson, S.M. 2016. Fragmentation of an intermittent stream during seasonal drought: intra-annual and interannual patterns and biological consequences. River Research and Applications 32: 856-870.

NussléP, S., Hendry, A.P., Carlson, S.M. 2016. Spotlight: When should harvest evolution matter to population dynamics? Trends in Ecology and Evolution 31(7): 500-502.

NussléP, S., Matthews, K.R., and Carlson, S.M. 2015. Mediating water temperature increases due to livestock and global change in high elevation meadow streams of the Golden Trout Wilderness. PLoS ONE 10(11): e0142426.

Cervantes-YoshidaG, K., Leidy, R.A., and Carlson, S.M. 2015. Contemporary land change alters fish communities in a San Francisco Bay watershed, California. PLoS ONE 10(11): e014170.

HuberG, E.R. and Carlson, S.M. 2015. Temporal trends in hatchery releases of fall-run Chinook salmon in California’s Central Valley. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Sciences 13(2): article 3.

BoganP, M.T., HwanG, J.L., and Carlson, S.M. 2015. High aquatic biodiversity in an intermittent coastal headwater stream at Golden Gate National Recreation Area, California. Northwest Science 89: 188-197.

Ten publications capturing themes of recent work

Oke, K.B., Cunningham, C.J., Westley, P.A.H., Baskett, M.L., Carlson, S.M., Clark, J., Hendry, A.P., Karatayev, V.A., Kendall, N.W., Kibele, J., Kindsvater, H.K., Kobayashi, K.M., Lewis, B., Munch, S., Reynolds, J.D., Vick, G.K., and Palkovacs, E.P. 2020. Recent declines in salmon body size impact ecosystems and fisheries. Nature Communications 11: 4155.

Radinger, J., Britton, J.R., Carlson, S.M., Magurran, A.E., Alcaraz-Hernández, J.D., Almodóvar, A., Benejam, L., Fernández-Delgado, C., Nicola, G.G., Oliva-Paterna, F.J., Torralva, M., and García-Berthou, E. 2019. Effective monitoring of freshwater fish. Fish and Fisheries 20: 729-747.

Marshall, J.C., Acuna, V., Allen, D.C., Bonada, N., Boulton, A.J., Carlson, S.M., Dahm, C.N., Datry, T., Leigh, C., Negus, P., Richardson, J.S., Sabater, S., Stevenson, J., Steward, A.L., Stubbington, R., Tockner, K., and Vander VorsteP, R. 2018. Letter: Protecting U.S. temporary waterways. Science 361: 856-857.

Herbold, B., Carlson, S.M., Henery, R., Johnson, R., Mantua, N., McClure, M., Moyle, P., and Sommer, T. 2018. Managing for salmon resilience in California’s variable and changing climate. San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 16(2): article 3.

Cid, N., Bonada, N., Carlson, S.M., Grantham, T., Gasith, A., and Resh, V. 2017. High variability is a defining component of Mediterranean-climate rivers and their biota. Water 2017, 9, 52.

Hovel, R.A., Carlson, S.M., and Quinn, T.P. 2017. Climate change alters the reproductive phenology and investment of a lacustrine fish, the threespine stickleback. Global Change Biology 23: 2308–2320.

Satterthwaite, W.H. and Carlson, S.M. 2015. Weakening portfolio effect strength in a hatchery-supplemented Chinook salmon population complex. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72: 1860-1875.

Carlson, S.M., Cunningham, C., and Westley, P.A.H. 2014. Evolutionary rescue in a changing world. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 29: 521-530.

BuoroP, M. and Carlson, S.M. Life-history syndromes: integrating dispersal through space and time. Ecology Letters 17: 756-767.

Carlson, S.M., and Satterthwaite, W.H. 2011. Weakened portfolio effect in a collapsed salmon population complex. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68: 1579-1589.