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Adler, C., K. Clark-Snustad, and S. R. Kephart 2007. Prezygotic Barriers to Hybridization in Camassia: An Analysis of Habitat Disparities    
Almedeij, J. H. and P. Diplas 2003. Bedload Transport in Gravel-Bed Streams with Unimodal Sediment J. Hydr. Engrg 129(11):896-904
Allen, B. H. 1989. Annual water-table fluctuation and its relationship to plant community composition. 42nd Ann. Mtg. Soc. Range Mngmt. No. 201. Feb. 1989
1991. Water table and plant species relationships in Sierra Nevada Meadows. Am. Midl. Nat. 126(1):30-43.
Andrews, E. D. 1994. Marginal bed-load transport in a gravel-bed stream, Sagehen Creek, California. Water Resour. Res. Vol 30, Iss 7, pp 2241-2250.
Andrews, E. D. and D. C. Erman. 1986. Persistence in the size distribution of superficial bed material during an extreme snowmelt flood. Water Resour. Res. 22(2):191-197.
Ashman, T.-L. 1992. Indirect costs of seed production within and between season in a gynodioecious species Oecologia 92:266-272.

The relative importance of inbreeding and maternal sex in determining progeny fitness in Sidalcea oregana ssp. spicata, a gynodioecious plant.

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1994. A dynamic perspective on the physiological cost of reproduction in plants. Am. Nat. 144 (2):300-316.
1994. Reproductive allocation in hermaphrodite and female plants of Sidalcea oregana ssp. spicata (Malvaceae) using four currencies. Am. J. Bot. 81 (4):433-438.
Ashman, T.-L.and I. Baker. 1992. Variation in floral sex allocation with time of season and currency. Ecology 73(4):1237-1243.
Ashman, T.-L. and M. Stanton. 1992. Seasonal variation in pollination dynamics of sexually dimorphic Sidalcea oregana ssp. spicata (Malvaceae). Ecology 72(3):993-1003.
Bain, J. F. and J. L. Golden 2005.

Chloroplast haplotype diversity patterns in
Packera pauciflora (Asteraceae) are affected by
geographical isolation, hybridization, and breeding

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Balgooyen , T. G. 1976. Behavior and ecology of the American Kestrel (Falco sparverius L.) in the Sierra Nevada of California. Univ. Calif. Publ . Zool . Univ. Calif. Press, Berkeley. Vol. 103. 83 pp.
Balgooyen , T. G. and L. M. Moe. 1973. Dispersal of grass fruits—an example of endornithochory . Am. Midl. Nat.. 90(2):454-455.
Barnes, A. M. 1960. Control of plague vectors on diurnal rodents in the Sierra Nevada of California by use of insecticide bait-boxes. J. Hyg .- Cambridge 58:347-355.
Barrett, R. H. 1983. Smoked aluminum track plates for determining furbearer distribution and relative abundance. Calif. Fish Game 69(3):188-190.
1983. Food Habits of coyotes, Canis latrans, in eastern Tehama county, California.* Calif. Fish Game 69(3):184-192
Barrett, R. H., D. Pratt, and B. T. Carre. 1992. Golden Sale Log Study: the Response of Mammals to Logs. Final Report to the Truckee Ranger District, Tahoe Nat. For. Dec. 31. 1992
Barrett, R. H. and H. Salwasser. 1982. Adaptive management of timber and wildlife habitat using DYNAST and wildlife-habitat relationships models. P. Western Assoc. Fish and Game Agencies p. 350-365.
Barrett, R. H. and P.A. Stine 1976. A survey of vertebrate use of Kyburz Flat marsh. Final Report to the Tahoe National Forest, USDA

Sup. No. 8, Part B; Master Agreement No. 21-395

Bartolome , J. W., D. C. Erman , and C. F. Schwarz. 1990. Stability and change in minerotrophic peatlands , Sierra Nevada of California and Nevada. Berkeley , CA : Pacific Southwest Forest and Range Exp. Sta., Forest Service, U.S.D.A. Res. Pap. PSW-198. 11 pp.
Bathurst, J. C. 2007. Effect of Coarse Surface Layer on Bed-Load Transport J. Hydr. Engrg. 133(11):1192-1205
Beaver, D. L. 1976. Avian populations in herbicide treated brush fields. Auk 93(3):543-553.
Behnke, R. J.
1966. The relationships of the Far Eastern Trout, Salmo mykiss. Copeia (2):346-348.
1968. Rare and endangered species: the native trouts of North America. P. West. Assoc. State Game and Fish Commissioners 48:530-533.
1970. The application of cytogenetic and biochemical systematics to phylogenetic problems in the family Salmonidae. T. Am. Fish. Soc. 99(1):237-248.
1992. Native trout of western North America. Am. Fish. Soc. Monogr. 6  
2002. Trout and Salmon of North America.   The Free Press.
Behnke, R. J., M. Zarn 1976. Biology and management of threatened and endangered western trout.* USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station GTR-28
Beier, P. 1989. Use of habitat by mountain beaver in the Sierra Nevada. J. Wildl. Manage. 53(3):649-654.
Beier, P. and R. H. Barrett. 1987. Beaver habitat use and impact in the Truckee River basin, California. J. Wildl. Manage. 51(4):749-799.
1989. Beaver distribution in the Truckee River Basin, California. Calif. Fish Game 75(4):171-175.
Belcher, B. N. and A. T. DeGaetano 2005. A method to infer time of observation at US Cooperative Observer Network stations using model analyses Int. J. of Climatology 25(9):1237-1251
Benson, S. and Behnke, R. J. 1961.

Salmo evermanni: a synonym of Salmo clarki henshawi.

Calif. Fish Game 47(3)
Berg, N.H., Azuma, D. and A. Carlson. 2002. Effects of wildfire on in-channel woody debris in the Eastern Sierra Nevada, California. P. of the symposium on the ecology
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Berg, N., Carlson A., and D. Azuma.
1989. Beaver distribution in the Truckee River Basin, California. Calif. Fish Game 75(4):233-238.
1998. Function and Dynamic of woody debris in stream reaches in the central Sierra Nevada , California .  Can. J. Fish Aquat . Sci . 55:  1807--1820 (1998).
Bock, C. E. 1970. The ecology and behavior of the Lewis woodpecker ( Asyndesmus lewis ). Univ. Calif. Publ . Zool . 92:1-100.
Bock, C. E. and J. F. Lynch. 1970. Breeding bird populations of burned and unburned conifer forest in the Sierra Nevada . Condor 72(2):182-189.
Bock, C. E., M. G. Raphael, and J. H. Bock. 1978. Changing avian community structure during early post-fire succession in the Sierra Nevada . Wilson Bull. 89(1):119-123.
Bock, J. H. and C. E. Bock. 1969. Natural reforestation in northern Sierra Nevada- Donner Ridge burn. P. Ann. Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conf. April 10-11, 1969 . 119-126.
Bock, J. H., C. E. Bock, and V. M. Hawthorne. 1976. Further studies of natural reforestation in the Donner Ridge burn. P. Tall Timbers Fire Ecology Conf. &... No. 14
Bock, J. H., M. G. Raphael, and C. E. Bock. 1978. A comparison of planting and natural succession after a forest fire in the northern Sierra Nevada . J. Appl. Ecol. 15:597-602.
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Bodvarsson, B. 2004.

Laboratory Directed Research and Development
Program, FY 2004
, Comparative Studies Between Earth and Planetary Sciences.

Report on Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
LBNL/PUB-5508: LB03004, p.37
Bohart , R. M. 1955. North American Leptochilus of the trinodus group. P. Ent . Soc. Wash. 57:287-299.
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1971. New species of Gorytini from western North America (Hymenoptera, Sphecidae). P. Biol. Soc. Wash. 83:44-454.
Bohart , R. M. and J. A. Powell. 1956. Observations on the nesting habits of Eucareris flavocin Cresson. Pan-Pac. Entomol. 32(3):143-144.
Bohart , R. M. and E. I. Schlinger . 1957. California wasps of the genus Oxybelus. Bull. Calif. Insect Survey 4:103-134.
Bohart , R. M. and L. E. Campos. 1960. A review of the genus Omolus Ponzer in North America (Hymenoptera, Chrysididae ). Ann. Ent. Soc. of Am. 53(2):235-250.
Bohart , R. M. and G. E. Bohart . 1962. A revision of Larropsis subgenus Ancistromma Fox. P. Ent . Soc. Wash. 64(1):21-37.
Bohart , R. M. and E. E. Grissell . 1972. Nesting habits and larva of Pulverro monticola . Pan-Pac. Entomol. 48(2):145-149.
Brock, E. W. 1960. Mutualism between the midge Cricotopus and the alga Nostoc . Ecology 41(3):474-483.
Bronson, M. T. 1979.

Altitudinal variation in the life history of the golden-mantled ground squirrel (Spermophilus lateralis).

Ecology 60(2):272-279.
1980. Altitudinal variation in emergence time of golden-mantled ground squirrels (Spermophilus lateralis). J. Mammal. 61(1):124-126.
Busher, P. E., and P. J. Lyons. 1999.

Long-term population dynamics of the North American beaver, Castor canadensis, on Quabbin reservation, Massachusetts, and Sagehen Creek, California.

Beaver protection, management, and utilization in Europe and North America. Kluwer Academic/Plenum, New York, New York, USA pp. 147-160
Busher , P. E., R. J. Warner, and S. H. Jenkins. 1983. Population density, colony composition, and local movements in two Sierra Nevadan beaver populations. J. Mammal. 64(2):314-318.

Population parameters and family composition of beaver in California.

J. Mammal. 68(4):860-864.
Buskirk, S. W.; A. Harestad; M. Raphael; R. A. Powell, eds. 1994. Martens, sables and fishers: biology and conservation. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY 484 pp.
Butler , R. L. 1967. Social heirarchy of trout as related to occupancy of cover niches. Anim. Behav.  
Butler , R. L., and V. M. Hawthorne. 1968. The reactions of dominant trout to changes in overhead artificial cover. T. Am. Fish. Soc. 97(1):37-41.
1979. Anchor ice, its formation and effects on aquatic life. Science in Agriculture 26(2):2.
Cameron, E. A. 1965. A method for shipping adult parasites of the Siricidae. Canad. Entomologist 97(9):945-946
1967. Notes on Sirex juvenicus californicus (Hymenoptera: Siricidae), with a description of themale and a key to the California species of Sirex. Canad. Entomologist 99(1):18-24
Campbell, G. L., W. C. Reeves, J. L. Hardy, and B. F. Eldridge. 1992. Seroepidemiology of California and Bunyamwera serogroup Bunyavirus infections in humans in California. Am. J. Epidemiol. 136:308-319.
Caterino, M. S. 2003. The beetles (Coleoptera) of the Sagehen Creek Basin.
Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History  
Clark, J. F., L. K. Rademacher, and G. B. Hudson. 2000. Recent climate change in the central Sierra Nevada as recorded by stable isotopes of spring water. GSA National Meeting Nov. 2000.
Clement, S. L. and E. E. Grissell. 1968. Observations of the nesting habits of Euparagia scutellaris Cresson. Pan-Pac. Entomol. 44(1):34-37.
Decker, L. M. 1990. Coexistence of two species of sucker, Catostomus, in Sagehen Creek , California , and their status in the western Lahontan Basin. Great Basin Nat. 49(4):540-551.
Decker, L. M. and D. C. Erman . 1992. Short-term seasonal changes in composition and abundance of fish in Sagehen Creek, California. T. Am. Fish. Soc. 121:297-306.
Elderd, B. D. 2003. The impact of changing flow regimes on riparian vegetation and the riparian species Mimulus guttatus Ecol. App. 13 (6): 1610-1625 DEC 2003
2006. Disturbance-mediated trophic interactions and plant performance Oecologia 147(2):261-271 Mar 2006

Comparing the direct and community-mediated effects of disturbance on plant population dynamics: flooding, herbivory and Mimulus guttatus

J. of Ecol. 94 (3): 656-669 MAY 2006
Ellsworth, S. D.
2000. Influence of substrate size, Cladophora, and caddisfly pupal cases on colonization of macroinvertebrates in Sagehen Creek, California.
West. N. Am. Naturalist Vol 60, Iss 3, pp 311-319.
Erman , D. C. 1973. Invertebrate movements and some diel and seasonal changes in a Sierra Nevada peatland. Oikos- Copenhagen . 24:85-93.
1973. Upstream changes in fish populations following impoundment of Sagehen Creek , California. T. Am. Fish. Soc. 102(3):626-629.
1976. Peat depth of Sierra Nevada fens, and profile changes from 1958 to 1972 in Mason Fen. Great Basin Nat. 36(1):101-107.
1986. Long-term structure of fish populations in Sagehen Creek , California. T. Am. Fish. Soc. 115:682-692.
Erman , D. C. and E. D. Andrews. 1987. Hydrologic conditions that affect fishes during winter floods in the Sierra Nevada. T. Am. Geophys. Un. 67(44):986.
Erman , D. C., E. D. Andrews, and M. P. Yoder-Williams. 1988. Effects of winter floods on fishes in the Sierra Nevada. Can. J. Fish. Aquat . Sci . 45:2195-2200.
Erman , D. C. and W. C. Chouteau. 1979. Output of fine particulate organic carbon from some Sierra Nevada fens and its importance to invertebrates. Oikos 32:409-415.
Erman , D. C. and N. A. Erman . 1975. Macroinvertebrate composition and production in some Sierra Nevada minerotrophic peatlands. Ecology 56(3):591-603.
1984. The response of stream macro-invertebrates to substrate size and heterogeneity. Hydrobiologia 108:75-82.
Erman , D. C. and V. M. Hawthorne. 1976. The quantitative importance of an intermittent stream in the spawning of rainbow trout. T. Am. Fish. Soc. 105(6):675-681.
Erman , D. C. and G. R. Leidy . 1975. Downstream movement of rainbow trout fry in a tributary of Sagehen Creek, under permanent and intermittent flow. T. Am. Fish. Soc. 104(3):467-473.
Erman , N. A. 1981. Terrestrial feeding migration and life history of the stream-dwelling caddisfly , Desmona bethula (Trichoptera : Limnephilidae). Can. J. Zool . 59:1658-1665.
1984. The use of riparian systems by aquatic insects. California riparian systems. Warner, R. E. and K. M. Hendrix ( eds .). Univ. Calif. Press, Berkeley. Pp. 177-182
1984. The mating behavior of Parthina linea (Odontoceridae), a caddis fly of springs and seeps. P. 4th Int. Symposium on Trichoptera . Series Entomologica. Morse, J.C. ( ed .). Junk, The Hague . 30:131-136.
1986. Movements of self-marked caddisfly larvae, Chyranda centralis (Trichoptera : Limnephilidae), in a Sierran spring stream, California , U.S.A. Freshwater Biol. 16:455-464.
1987. Caddisfly adaptations to the variable habitats at the land-water interface. P. of the 5th International Symposium on Trichoptera , M. Bournaud and H. Tachet (eds.); Dr. W. Junk, Publ ., Dordrecht , The Netherlands. Pp. 275-279
1989. Species composition, emergence, and habitat preference of Trichoptera of the Sagehen Creek basin, California , U.S.A. Great Basin Nat. 49(2):186-197.
1991. Aquatic invertebrates as indicators of biodiversity. P. of Symposium on Biodiversity of Northwestern California , Oct. 28-30, 1991 , Santa Rosa , Calif.  
1992. Factors determining biodiversity in Sierra Nevada cold spring systems. The History of Water, Eastern Sierra Nevada, Owens Valey , White-Inyo Mountains. White Mountain Res. Station Symposium. Univ. Calif. , Los Angeles . C. A. Hall, Jr., V. Doyle-Jones, and B. Widawksi , (eds.) Vol. 4.
1996. Status of aquatic invertebrates. Sierra Nevada Ecosystem Project: Final report to Congress. Assessments and scientific basis for management options. Davis : University of California , Centers for Water and Wildland Resources. Vol.II , 987—1007.
1997. Factors affecting distribution of a new species of Allomyia (Trichoptera: Apataniidae) in cold springs of the Sierra Nevada, California,
P. of the 8th International Symposium on Trichoptera 1995.
1998. Invertebrate richness and Trichoptera phenology in Sierra Nevada (California, U.S.A.) cold springs: sources of variation. Studies in Crenobiology: The Biology of Springs and Springbrooks, L. Botosaneanu (ed.), Backhuys Publishers, Leiden.  
Erman, N. A. and D. C. Erman. 1990. Biogeography of caddisfly (Trichoptera) assemblages in cold springs of the Sierra Nevada (California, USA). Calif. Water Resources Center Contribution 200. Univ. Calif., Riverside. 29 pp.
1992. Physical/chemical profiles of Sierra Nevada cold springs before and during drought. The History of Water, Eastern Sierra Nevada, Owens Valey, White-Inyo Mountains. White Mountain Res. Station Symposium Univ. Calif., Los Angeles. C. A. Hall, Jr., V. Doyle-Jones, and B. Widawksi, (eds.) Vol. 4. 428-439.
1995. Spring permanence, Trichoptera species richness, and the role of drought. J. Kansas Ent. Soc. 68(2) suppl.: 50-64.
Erman, N. A. and C. D. Nagano. 1992. A review of the California caddisflies (Trichoptera) listed as candidate species on the 1989 federal "Endangered and Threatened Wildlife and Plants Animal Notice of Review. California Fish & Game 78:45-56.
Escherich, P. C. 1981. Social biology of the bushy-tailed woodrat (Neotoma cinerea). Univ. Calif. Publ. Zool. 110:1-132.
Evans, A. V. and J. N. Hogue 2006. Field Guide to Beetles of California. University of California Press ISBN 0520246578, 9780520246577
Evans, D. H. 1969. Life history studies of the Lahontan redside, Richardsonius egregius in Lake Tahoe. Calif. Fish Game 55(3):197-21.
Fitzgerald, B. M. 1977. Weasel predation on a cyclic population of montane vole (Microtus montanus) in California. J. Anim. Ecol. 46:367-397.
Ferree, E. D. 2007. White tail plumage and brood sex ration in dark-eyed juncos (Junco hyemalis thurberi). Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 62:109-117.
Gard, R. 1960. The survival of a brook trout with two mutilated gill arches. Prog. Fish Cult. 22(3):108.
1961. Effects of beaver on trout in Sagehen Creek, California. J. Wildl. Manage. 25(3):221-242.
1961. Creation of trout habitat by constructing small dams. J. Wildl. Manage. 25(4):384-390.
1963. Insulation of a Sierra stream by snow cover. Ecology 44(1):194-197.
1972. Persistence of headwater check dams in a trout stream. J. Wildl. Manage. 36(4):1363-1367.
Gard, R. and G. A. Flittner. 1974. Distribution and abundance of fishes in Sagehen Creek, California. J. Wildl. Manage. 38(2):347-358.
Gard, R. and D. W. Seegrist. 1965. Persistence of the native rainbow trout type following introduction of hatchery trout. Copeia (2):182-185.
1972. Abundance and harvest of trout in Sagehen Creek, California. T. Am. Fish. Soc. 101(3):463-477.
Gerke, D. M. and S. A. Stewart 2006. Strategic Placement of Treatments (SPOTS): Maximizing the Effectiveness of Fuel and Vegetation Treatments on Problem Fire Behavior and Effects US Forest Service  
Gerstung, E. R. 1988. Status, Life History & Management of the Lahontan Cutthroat Trout. Am. Fish. Soc. Sym. 4:93-106
Grossman, G. D. 1977. Polymorphism of plasma esterases in rainbow trout. Prog. Fish Cult. 39(1):35-36.
Groth, J. 1988. Resolution of cryptic species in Appalachian red crossbills. Condor 90:745-760.
Hall, D. S. 1991. Diet of the northern flying squirrel at Sagehen Creek, California. J. Mammal.


Hall, J. G. 1960. Willow and aspen in the ecology of beaver on Sagehen Creek, California. Ecology 41(3):483-494.
Hart, D. D. 1978. Diversity in stream insects: regulation by rock size and microspatial complexity. Vehr. Int. Verein. Limnol. 20:86-91.
Harris, R. D., and M. G. Raphael. 1982. Forty-fifth Breeding Bird census: 154. Burned pine-fir forest, California. American Birds. 36:88.
1982. Forty-fifth breeding bird census: 155. Mature pine-fir forest, California. American Birds 36:88-89.
Hatfield, R. G. and G. LeBuhn 2007. Patch and landscape factors shape community assemblage of bumble bees, Bombus spp. (Hymenoptera: … Biol. Conservation  
Hawthorne, V. M. 1971. Coyote movements in Sagehen Creek basin, northeastern California. Calif. Fish Game 57(3):154-161.
1972. Coyote food habits in Sagehen Creek basin, northeastern California. Calif. Fish Game 58(1):4-12.
1972. Painted bunting record for northeastern California. California Birds 3:91-92.
1979. Use of nest boxes by dippers on Sagehen Creek, California. Western Birds 10:215-216.
Hoffmann, R. S. 1956. Observations on a sooty grouse population at Sagehen Creek, California. Condor 58(5):321-337.
1957. Changes in vole populations associated with "cyclic" density fluctuation. B. of the Ecological Society of America 38(3):65.
1958. The role of predators in "cyclic" declines of grouse populations. J. Wildl. Manage. 22(3):317-319.
1958. The role of reproduction and mortality in population fluctuations of voles (Microtus). Ecol. Monogr. 28:79-109.
1961. The quality of the winter food of blue grouse. J. Wildl. Manage. 25(2):209-210.
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Systematics of the subterranean amphipod genus Stygobromus (Gammaridae).

Smithsonian Contr. Zool . 160.
Hopkirk, J. D. and R. J. Behnke.
1966. Additions to the known native fish fauna of Nevada. Copeia (1):134-136.
Hughes, S. S. 2006. "UC’s Sagehen Creek Field Station at Fifty,” an oral history conducted in 2004. Regional Oral History
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Jewett, S. G., Jr. 1966. Some species of Capnia from western North America (Plecoptera). Wasmann J. Biol. 24(1):101-108.
Johnson, C. M., and P. R. Needham. 1963. Effects of the Donner Ridge forest fire, 1960, on the chemistry of Sagehen Creek.    
1966. Ionic composition of Sagehen Creek, California following an adjacent fire. Ecology 47(4):636-639.
Johnson, D. E. 1982. Climate diagram for the University of California Sagehen Creek Field Station. Madroño 29:122-123.
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Jones, A. C. 1972. Contributions to the life history of the Paiute sculpin in Sagehen Creek, California. Calif. Fish Game 58(4):285-290.
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Karban, R., 2007. Associational resistance for mule’s ears with sagebrush neighbors Plant Ecology

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2007. Experimental clipping of sagebrush inhibits seed germination of neighbours Ecology Letters 10(9):791-797
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Distribution and Stability of Potential Salmonid Spawning Gravels in Steep Boulder-Bed Streams of the Eastern Sierra Nevada.

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Krueger, C. C., May, B.
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Kucera, T. E., W. J. Zielinski and R. H. Barrett 1995. The current distribution of American martens in California. Calif. Fish Game in press
Lane, R. S. 1984. New host records of ticks (Acari: Argasidae and Ixodidae) parasitizing wildlife in California and a case of tick paralysis in a deer. Calif. Fish Game 70(1):11-17.
Lea, R. N. 1965. A Lahontan red side, Richardsonius egregius (Girard), lacking pelvic fins. Calif. Fish Game 51(4):300.
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Leiberg, J. B. 1902. Forest Conditions in the Northern Sierra-Nevada, CA. [PDF-18.5MB] USGS Professional Paper No. 8 Series H, Forestry, 5
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Marrin, D. L. 1983. Ontogenetic changes and intraspecific resource partitioning in the Tahoe sucker, Catostomus tahoensis. Environ. Biol. Fish. 8:39-47.
Marrin, D. L., and D. C. Erman. 1982. Evidence against competition between trout and nongame fishes in Stampede Reservoir. North Am. J. Fish. Mana. 2:262-269.
Marrin, D. L., Erman, D. C., and B. Vondracek. 1984. Food availability, food habits, and growth of Tahoe sucker, Catastomus tahoensis, from a reservoir and a natural lake. Calif. Fish and Game 70:4-10.
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