SCTC Publications

The following list contains published peer-reviewed articles or chapters related to Southcentral Test Case research from July 2012-April 2019.

1. Alessa, L., Kliskey, A., Gamble, J., Fidel, M., Beaujean, G. & Gosz, J. (2015). The role of Indigenous science and local knowledge in integrated observing systems: Moving toward adaptive capacity indices and early warning systems. Sustainability Science. DOI: 10.1007/s11625-015-0295-7

2. Bauret, S., & Stuefer, S.L. (2013). Kenai Peninsula precipitation and air temperature trend analysis. Proceedings of the 19th International Northern Research Basins Symposium and Workshop, Southcentral Alaska, August 11-17, 2013, ppg. 35-44.

3. Courtney, M., Schoen, Erik, Wizik, Andy and Peter Westley. (2018). Quantifying the net benefits of suppression: Truncated size structure and consumption of native salmonids by invasive northern pike in an Alaska lake. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. DOI: 10.1002/nafm.10231.

4. Krupa, M. B. (2016). Who's who in the Kenai River Fishery SES: A streamlined method for stakeholder identification and investment analysis. Marine Policy, 71n, 194-200.

5. Krupa, M., Cenek, M., Powell, J., & Trammell, E. (2018). Mapping the Stakeholders: Using Social Network Analysis to Increase the Legitimacy and Transparency of Participatory Scenario Planning. Society & Natural Resources, 31(1), 136-141. doi:10.1080/08941920.2017.1376140

6. Krupa, M., McCarthy, M., Clark, S.J. and Emily O’Dean. (2018). Resurrecting the public record: Assessing stakeholder participation in Alaska's fisheries. Marine Policy, 96, 36-43.

7. Leppi, J.C., Rinella, D.J., Wilson, R.R. & Loya, W.M. (2014). Linking climate change projections for an Alaskan watershed to future coho salmon production. Global Change Biology, 20(6), 1808-1820.

8. Mauger, S., Shaftel, R., Leppi, J. C., & Rinella, D. (2016). Summer temperature regimes in southcentral Alaska streams: watershed drivers of variation and potential implications for Pacific salmon. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences(ja).

9. McCarthy, M.D., Rinella, D.J., & Finney, B. P. (2018). Sockeye salmon population dynamics over the past 4000 years in Upper Russian Lake, south-central Alaska. Journal of Paleolimnology, 1-9. doi:10.1007/s10933-018-0024-1

10. Powell, J.E., Wipfli, M.S., Criddle, K.R., & Schoen, E.R. (2018). Will Alaska's Fisheries Regime Prove Resilient? Kenai River Fishery Management as a Model for Adaptive Governance. Fisheries, 43(1), 26-30. doi:10.1002/fsh.10022

11. Schoen, E.R., Wipfli, M.S., Trammell, E.J., Rinella, D.J., Floyd, A.L., Grunblatt, J., . . . Witmer, F.D.W. (2017). Future of Pacific Salmon in the Face of Environmental Change: Lessons from One of the World's Remaining Productive Salmon Regions. Fisheries, 42(10), 538-553. doi:10.1080/03632415.2017.1374251

12. Smith, A., Kolden, C., Tinkham, W., Talhem, A., Marshall, J., Hudak, A., Boschetti, L., Falkowski, M., Greenberg, Anderson, J., Kliskey, A., Alessa, L., Keefe, R., Gosz, J. (2014). Remote sensing the vulnerability of vegetation in natural terrestrial ecosystems. Remote Sensing of Environment, 154, 322-337.

13. Toniolo, H. & Hopkins, H. (2014). Discharge evolution along the Kenai River Watershed, Alaska, USA. Proceedings of XXVI Latin American Congress of Hydraulics. 25 - 29 August 2013, Chile.

14. Wells, B. and H. Toniolo. (2018). Hydrologic modeling of three sub-basins in the Kenai River watershed, Alaska, USA. Water, 10(6), 691. DOI: 10.3390/w10060691

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