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Cordell, Jeffrey R.; Stamatiou, Lia; Toft, Jason D.; Armbrust, Elizabeth A. (2012)Streams with intact floodplain connections are important to juvenile salmonids during their freshwater residence, providing refuge during periods of high flow as well as prey produced in emergent marsh and terrestrial ...
Toft, Jason D.; Cordell, Jeffery R.; Heerhartz, Sarah D.; Armbrust, Elizabeth A.; Ogston, Andrea S.; Flemer, Emelie (2008)
Toft, Jason D.; Ogston, Andrea; Heerhartz, Sarah D.; Cordell, Jeffery R.; Armbrust, Elizabeth A.; Levy, Claire (2010-09)In January 2007 the Seattle Art Museum’s Olympic Sculpture Park (OSP) opened at a site along Seattle’s urbanized Elliott Bay shoreline. The park includes enhanced shoreline features designed to benefit juvenile salmon and ...