Aimee H. Fullerton
Aimee H. Fullerton
Research Fisheries Biologist, NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
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Hydrological connectivity for riverine fish: measurement challenges and research opportunities
AH Fullerton, KM Burnett, EA Steel, RL Flitcroft, GR Pess, BE Feist, ...
Freshwater biology 55 (11), 2215-2237, 2010
Hydrologic regime and the conservation of salmon life history diversity
T Beechie, E Buhle, M Ruckelshaus, A Fullerton, L Holsinger
Biological conservation 130 (4), 560-572, 2006
Impact of fine sediment on egg-to-fry survival of Pacific salmon: a meta-analysis of published studies
DW Jensen, EA Steel, AH Fullerton, GR Pess
Reviews in Fisheries Science 17 (3), 348-359, 2009
Overwinter growth and survival of largemouth bass: interactions among size, food, origin, and winter severity
AH Fullerton, JE Garvey, RA Wright, RA Stein
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129 (1), 1-12, 2000
Rethinking the longitudinal stream temperature paradigm: Region‐wide comparison of thermal infrared imagery reveals unexpected complexity of river temperatures
AH Fullerton, CE Torgersen, JJ Lawler, RN Faux, EA Steel, TJ Beechie, ...
Hydrological Processes 29 (22), 4719-4737, 2015
Envisioning, quantifying, and managing thermal regimes on river networks
EA Steel, TJ Beechie, CE Torgersen, AH Fullerton
BioScience 67 (6), 506-522, 2017
Longitudinal thermal heterogeneity in rivers and refugia for coldwater species: effects of scale and climate change
AH Fullerton, CE Torgersen, JJ Lawler, EA Steel, JL Ebersole, SY Lee
Aquatic Sciences 80, 1-15, 2018
The importance of warm habitat to the growth regime of cold-water fishes
JB Armstrong, AH Fullerton, CE Jordan, JL Ebersole, JR Bellmore, ...
Nature Climate Change 11 (4), 354-361, 2021
Beyond the mean: the role of variability in predicting ecological effects of stream temperature on salmon
EA Steel, A Tillotson, DA Larsen, AH Fullerton, KP Denton, BR Beckman
Ecosphere 3 (11), 1-11, 2012
Greater vulnerability of snowmelt-fed river thermal regimes to a warming climate
H Yan, N Sun, A Fullerton, M Baerwalde
Environmental Research Letters 16 (5), 054006, 2021
Riverscape approaches in practice: Perspectives and applications
CE Torgersen, C Le Pichon, AH Fullerton, SJ Dugdale, JJ Duda, ...
Biological Reviews 97 (2), 481-504, 2022
Are we meeting the challenges of landscape-scale riverine research? A review.
EA Steel, RM Hughes, AH Fullerton, S Schmutz, JA Young, M Fukushima, ...
Living Reviews in Landscape Research 4, 2010
Prey preferences of Eurasian ruffe and yellow perch: comparison of laboratory results with composition of Great Lakes benthos
AH Fullerton, GA Lamberti, DM Lodge, MB Berg
Journal of Great Lakes Research 24 (2), 319-328, 1998
Human influence on the spatial structure of threatened Pacific salmon metapopulations
AH Fullerton, ST Lindley, GR Pess, BE Feist, EA Steel, P McELHANY
Conservation Biology 25 (5), 932-944, 2011
Regional patterns of riparian characteristics in the interior Columbia River basin, Northwestern USA: applications for restoration planning
AH Fullerton, TJ Beechie, SE Baker, JE Hall, KA Barnas
Landscape Ecology 21, 1347-1360, 2006
A spatially explicit decision support system for watershed-scale management of salmon
EA Steel, A Fullerton, Y Caras, MB Sheer, P Olson, D Jensen, J Burke, ...
Ecology and Society 13 (2), 2008
Simulated juvenile salmon growth and phenology respond to altered thermal regimes and stream network shape
AH Fullerton, BJ Burke, JJ Lawler, CE Torgersen, JL Ebersole, ...
Ecosphere 8 (12), e02052, 2017
Potential for resource competition between Eurasian ruffe and yellow perch: growth and RNA responses in laboratory experiments
AH Fullerton, GA Lamberti, DM Lodge, FW Goetz
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 129 (6), 1331-1339, 2000
A comparison of habitat use and habitat‐specific feeding efficiency by Eurasian ruffe (Gymnocephalus cernuus) and yellow perch (Perca flavescens)
AH Fullerton, GA Lamberti
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 15 (1), 1-9, 2006
Projecting spatiotemporally explicit effects of climate change on stream temperature: A model comparison and implications for coldwater fishes
SY Lee, AH Fullerton, N Sun, CE Torgersen
Journal of Hydrology 588, 125066, 2020
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