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1. Updated status of federally listed ESUs of west coast salmon and steelhead. Good, Thomas P., Waples, Robin S., Adams, Pete (eds.) (NOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NWFSC) no.66. Seattle, Wash.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center,; 2005 2005, Jun., 598 p. OSU Libraries: Internet Resources SH11 .A541151 no.66, Guin SH11 .A541151 no.66, Digital Open Access. Necanicum River, Nehalem River, Tillamook Bay, Sand Lake, Nestucca River, Salmon River, Siletz River, Devil's Lake, Yaquina River, Beaver Creek, Alsea River, Yachats River, Siuslaw River, Umpqua River Basin, Coos Bay, Coquille River, Tenmile Lake, Rogue River, salmonid species, Chinook salmon = Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, steelhead trout = Oncorhynchus mykiss, Coho salmon = Oncorhynchus kisutch, chum salmon = Oncorhynchus keta, depleted populations, fecundity, population biology, population count, statistical analysis, reproductive behavior, hybridization, genetics, hatcheries, human impacts
2. Hydrological and biological responses to forest practices : the Alsea Watershed study. Stednick, John D.(ed.) (Ecological studies.) v.199. New York: Springer; 1998. OSU Libraries: Valley SD538.2.O7 H93 2008 Alsea River Basin, Drift Creek, Deer Creek, Flynn Creek, Needle Branch, logging, sediment data, terrestrial vegetation, human impacts, natural resource management, water quality, water temperature, Alsea Watershed Study,
Some chapters include information about other studies in the Coast Range. .
3. Adamus, Paul R. Science Review and Data Analysis for Tidal Wetlands of the Oregon Coast. Part 2 of a Hydrogeomorphic Guidebook. Report to Coos Watershed Association, US
Environmental Protection Agency, and Oregon Dept. of State Lands, Salem. 2005. 216 p. . Digital Open Access. wetland delineation, wetland vegetation, sediments, tidal processes, aquatic vegetation, aquatic invertebrates, birds, terrestrial mammals, salinity, estuarine dynamics, flooding, human impacts, water quality, statistics, species list,
"This document describes the development and technical basis for the hydrogeomorphic (HGM) method for assessing tidal wetlands of the Oregon coast... Drawing from approximately 500 published sources and databases, this document reviews scientific literature on tidal wetland functions, especially as it pertains to the presented HGM method and the Pacific Northwest. Data are summarized on dozens of variables that were measured or estimated in 120 tidal wetlands during summer 2003." (From Summary, p.i.) Includes details about the method and scoring. Has bibliography for all three volumes. http://people.oregonstate.edu/~adamusp/HGMtidal/2_Oregon%20Tidal%20Wetland%20Functions%20Literature%20Review%20&%20Data.pdf
4. Adamus, Paul R. Hydrogeomorphic (HGM) Assessment Guidebook for Tidal Wetlands of the Oregon Coast, Part 1: Rapid Assessment Method. Charleston, Or.: Coos Watershed Association; 2006. 85 p. Digital Open Access. general, wetland delineation, wetland vegetation, sediments, tidal processes, aquatic vegetation, aquatic invertebrates, birds, terrestrial mammals, salinity, estuarine dynamics, flooding, human impacts, water quality, statistics, species list,
"Produced for the Coos Watershed Association, Oregon Department of State Lands, and U.S.E.P.A.-Region 10." Outlines a method for assessing the conditions of Oregon coastal wetlands and estuaries. Short bibliography, with a more extensive bibliography in part 2 of this handbook. Many color photographs of Oregon wetlands. http://people.oregonstate.edu/~adamusp/HGMtidal/1_Oregon%20Tidal%20Wetlands%20HGM%20Method.pdf
5. Adamus, Paul R., Larsen, Jennifer, Scranton, Russell. Wetland Profiles of Oregon’s Coastal Watersheds and Estuaries: Part 3 of a Hydrogeomorphic Guidebook. Report to Coos Watershed Association, US Environmental Protection Agency, and Oregon Depart. of State Lands, Salem.: 2005. 89 p. Digital Open Access. wetland delineation, wetland vegetation, sediments, tidal processes, aquatic vegetation, aquatic invertebrates, birds, terrestrial mammals, salinity, estuarine dynamics, flooding, human impacts, water quality, statistics, species list, Alsea River Estuary, Eckman Slough, Drift Creek, Lint Slough,
Bibliography is with the 2nd volume of this handbook, "Oregon Tidal Wetland Functions Literature Review & Data." This volume summarizes the state of tidal and non-tidal wetlands on the Oregon Coast. Looks at potential stressors, water quality. Gives detailed descriptions of 11 wetlands in the Alsea River Estuary. The wetlands were assessed in 2003. Tidal wetlands make up about 22% of the Alsea Estuary. www.oregonstate.edu/~adamusp/HGMtidal
6. Aikens, C. Melvin, Connolly, Thomas J., Jenkins, Dennis L. Lower Columbia and Oregon coast. Oregon archaeology. Corvallis, Or.: Oregon State University Press; 2011. p.210-283. OSU Libraries: Valley E78.O6 A643 2011, Guin E78.O6 A643 2011 archeology, Necanicum River, Par-Tee, Palmrose, Netarts Sandspit, Boiler Bay, Whale Cove, Spencer Bridge, Yaquina Head, Yaquina River, Yaquina Falls, Seal Rock, Cape Perpetua, Bob Creek, Neptune, Siuslaw River, Half Moon Weir, Siltcoos Lake, Tahkenitch Lake, Umpqua River, Umpqua-Eden, Coos Bay, Graveyard Point, Coquille river, K'ama'cdun, Bandon Sandspit
A contemporary overview of the archeology of the Oregon Coast, explaining the unique problems archeologists face associated with earthquakes, subsidence, tsunamis and sea level rise. Well illustrated.
7. Aldous, Allison, Brown, Jenny, Elseroad, Adrien, Bauer, John, The Nature Conservancy in Oregon. The Coastal Connection: assessing Oregon estuaries for conservation planning., Portland, Or.: The Nature Conservancy in Oregon; 2008 2008. Apr., 48 p. Digital Open Access. Necanicum River, Nehalem River, Tillamook Bay, Netarts Bay, Sand Lake, Nestucca Bay, Salmon River Estuary, Siletz Bay, Depoe Bay, Yaquina Bay, Beaver Creek, Alsea Bay, Yachats River, Siuslaw River, Siltcoos Creek, Tahkenitch Creek, Tenmile Creek, Coos Bay, Coquille River, Sixes River, Rogue River, Chetco River, general ecosystem description, hydrology, salinity, sediments, habitats, water quality, erosion, landslides, coastal hazards, marshes, eelgrass = Zostera marina, introduced species,
A good overview of the concepts used for evaluating the health of estuaries in Oregon. Identifies data sources, standards. Good bibliography. http://www.dfw.state.or.us/conservationstrategy/conservation_planning_1110/TNC_report.pdf
8. Andrews, Rupert Earle. Factors influencing the seaward migration of smolt steelhead trout : Salmo gairdnerii gairdnerii Richardson, in the Alsea River, Oregon. Corvallis, Or.: Oregon State University; 1959. M.S. 90 p. OSU Libraries: Internet Resources LD4330 1959 2, Guin Andrews 1959, Digital Open Access. North Fork Alsea River, South Fork Alsea River, Fall Creek, Five Rivers, steelhead trout=Oncorhynchus mykiss, life history information, growth, juvenile fish, hatcheries, hatchery salmonids, wild salmonids, migration, theses
Interesting study of steelhead trout movements in the Alsea River in 1957. Smaller fish often moved upstream, rather than downstream. Fish that migrated to the ocean were larger than fish that stayed in the stream. Water temperature correlated with fish movements: as the stream warmed, more fish moved downstream. Wild fish moved downstream most rapidly at night. Not surprisingly, wild fish migrated more as the water flow lowered. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/21375
9. Anonymous. The ghost shrimp fishery. Research briefs - Fish Commission of Oregon. 1949;v.2 (no.1):p.30. OSU Libraries: Valley SH11 .O75, Guin SH11 .O75. Alsea Bay, Siletz Bay, Bay ghost shrimp = Neotrypaea californiensis (Callianassa californiensis)
Brief note describes development of a bait fishery for bay ghost shrimp. "An excellent bait for flounders, perch, kelp, etc., it is much in demand by sportsmen... To meet increasing demands a shrimp pump was developed and first used in the Alsea Bay in 1936... Two bays, the Alsea and Siletz, showed the seasonal yield of ghost shrimp to be 400 gallons..." http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/jspui/bitstream/1957/17102/1/fish_comm_research_briefs_1949_2-1.pdf
10. Anonymous. Alsea hatchery. Oregon State Game Commission Bulletin. 1953;8 (4):7. OSU Libraries: Valley SK439 .A31. Alsea River, hatchery salmonids,
Brief news item.
11. Anonymous. Low water forces river seining on Alsea. Oregon wildlife. 1977;v.32 (no.3):p.7. OSU Libraries: Valley SK439 .A31 hatcheries, Alsea Fish Hatchery, steelhead trout = Oncorhynchus mykiss
Brief popular article. Drought forced Alsea Fish Hatchery personnel with assistance from Northwest Steelheaders to seine the Alsea River to net female steelhead trout in order to collect their eggs. bw photographs.
12. Arkoosh, Mary R., Casillas, Edmundo, Clemons, Ethan, Kagley, Anna N., Olson, Robert, Reno, Paul, Stein, John E. Effect of pollution on fish diseases: potential impacts on salmonid populations. Journal of aquatic animal health. 1998;10:182-190. OSU Libraries: Valley SH135 .J691, Guin SH135 .J691, Electronic Subscription. Chinook salmon = Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, Renibacterium salmoninarum, Nanophyetus salmincola, erythrocytic necrosis virus or erythrocytic inclusion body syndrom (EIBS/ENV), Salmon River, Alsea Bay, Coos Bay, Coquille River, Elk River
Discusses distribution of three naturally-occurring pathogens in wild salmonids in five Oregon rivers. Many fish carry pathogens and are able to resist them, however, pollution lowers resistance to disease by weakening the immune systems.
13. Atkins, Glenn J., Jefferson, Carol A., Oregon. Coastal Conservation and Development Commission. Coastal wetlands of Oregon: a natural resource report. Florence, OR: Oregon Coastal Conservation and Development Commission; 1973. OSU Libraries: Guin GB626 .O7 O7, Valley GB626 .O7 O7. Yaquina Bay, Yaquina River, Columbia River estuary, Necanicum River estuary, Nehalem River estuary, Siletz River estuary, Siuslaw River estuary, Tillamook estuary, Umpqua River estuary, Netarts estuary, Nestucca River estuary, Sand Lake estuary, Salmon River estuary, Rogue River estuary, Coquille River estuary, Coos River estuary, Alsea River estuary, Chetco River estuary, Beaver Creek estuary, physical, biological, general ecosystem description, water use, land use, natural resource management, environmental policy and law, community ecology, ecological succession, water pollution, human impacts, physical modifications, wetland delineation, wetland vegetation
Excellent photographs and maps.
14. Au, David Wah Kwai. Population dynamics of the coho salmon and its response to logging in three coastal streams. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University (Fisheries and Wildlife); 1972. 245 p. OSU Libraries: Internet Resources LD4330 1972D .A87, Digital Open Access. Coho salmon=Oncorhynchus kisutch, theses, population biology, Alsea River Basin, Drift Creek, Deer Creek, Flynn Creek, Needle Branch, logging, logging, sediment data, water quality, water temperature, Alsea Watershed Study, natural resource management, human impacts,
Thesis (Ph. D.) http://hdl.handle.net/1957/22321
15. Bailey, Vernon. Mammals and life zones of Oregon. (North American Fauna.) 55. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office; 1936 OSU Libraries: Valley QL151 N6 no.55, Guin QL719 07 B2, Digital Open Access. general, biological, general ecosystem description, terrestrial mammals, terrestrial vegetation, birds, abundance, geographical distribution, climate
"June, 1936" Map in front pocket. Good photographs. Issued by U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Biological Survey http://www.archive.org/details/mammalsandlifezo00bailrich
16. Barner, Debra C. (Debra Carol). Shell and archaeology : an analysis of shellfish procurement and utilization on the central Oregon coast. Corvallis, Or.: Oregon State University; 1981. M.A.I.S. 122 p. OSU Libraries: Internet Resources LD4330 1982 .B28, Digital Open Access. archeology, Neptune State Park, aquatic invertebrates, crustaceans, molluscs, bivalves, gastropods, Alsea Bay, Alsea Indians, species list
The archeological site in Neptune State Park was used by the Alsea people. This thesis contains a discussion of Alsea use of shellfish, and mentions some shellfish that probably came from Alsea Bay. It contains a good review of West Coast research on shellfish use by Native Americans. Lists types of snails and their environmental requirements.Includes b+w photographs of artifacts. http://hdl.handle.net/1957/11386
17. Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Portland District. Coastal reconnaissance study, Oregon and Washington. Richland, WA: Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories; 1974 Guin QH541.5 C65 C6651. general, physical, jetties, geological, history, human impacts, recreational uses, map
18. Bayer, Range D. Great blue heron eggshell thickness at Oregon estuaries. Wilson Bulletin. 1982;94 (2):198-201. OSU Libraries: Guin *Yaquina File, Valley QL 671 .W5, Digital Open Access. Great blue heron = Ardea herodias, pesticides,
19. Bayer, Range D., Lowe, Roy W., Darrel, Faxon. Spring and fall migration of geese across the coast range of Lincoln County, Oregon. Oregon Birds. 1995;21 (1):10-12. OSU Libraries: Guin QL 671 .O64, Valley QL 671 .O64. Yaquina River Basin, Alsea River estuary, Siletz River estuary, Yaquina Bay, Yaquina River, Thornton Creek, biological, birds, reproductive behavior , Canada goose=Branta canadensis, snow goose=Chen caerulescens, white-fronted goose=Anser albifrons, population biology
20. Bayer, Range D., McMahon, Ellen. Colony sizes and hatching synchrony of great blue herons in coastal Oregon. The Murrelet. 1981;62 (3):73-79. OSU Libraries: Valley QL 683 .N6 M8. Yaquina Bay, Alsea River estuary, Coos River estuary, biological, birds, population biology, reproductive behavior, great blue heron= Ardea herodias
21. Bayer, Range D., Yaquina Birders. Birds of Lincoln County, Oregon. Newport, OR: Sea Grant Marine Advisory Program; 1977 1977. OSU Libraries: Guin QL684 O6 B45, Digital Open Access. Yaquina Bay, Yaquina Head, Big Elk Creek, Chitwood, Beaver Creek, biological, birds, abundance, community ecology, temporal distribution, species list,
"Range Bayer, Editor; Sally Booth, Illustrator." http://hdl.handle.net/1957/27695
22. Beaulieu, John D., Hughes, Paul W., Mathiot, R. Kent, Oregon. Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries. Geologic hazards inventory of the Oregon coastal zone. (Miscellaneous paper - State of Oregon, Department of Geology and Mineral Industries) no.17. Portland, OR: [Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries]; 1974 1974. Guin QE 155 A35 #17. general, physical, environmental policy and law, land use, sediments, erosion, coastal hazards, hydrology
23. Beckham, Stephen Dow, Toepel, Kathryn Anne, Minor, Rick. Cultural resource overview of the Siuslaw National Forest, western Oregon. Volume 1. (Heritage Research Associates Reports) no.7. 1982. OSU Libraries: Valley F882.S58 .B41. archeology, history, ecology
Excellent overview of the region's physical and cultural resources. A rich resource for early uses of the estuary. A final report submitted to the Siuslaw National Forest.
24. Beidler, W. M., Nickelson, Thomas E., McGie, Alan M. Escapement goals for coho salmon in coastal Oregon streams. (Information report series. Fisheries ) no.80-10. Corvallis, Or.: 1980. 30 p. OSU Libraries: Valley SH222.O7 O75 no.80-10, Guin SH222.O7 O75 no.80-10, Digital Open Access. Coho salmon = Oncorhynchus kisutch, fecundity
Studied two streams in Washington state, Gnat Creek on the Columbia and Deer Creek, a tributary of the Alsea River. Estimates ideal no. (25-30) of spawning females for Deer Creek. Recommends 20-25 spawning fish per river mile for all streams. Appendix 1 gives current escapement goals for coastal watersheds (Alsea is 35,300). http://nrimp.dfw.state.or.us/crl/Reports/Info/80-10.pdf
25. Bell, Richard L. Long-term hydrologic recovery following timber harvest in the Alsea River basin, Oregon. Fort Collins, Col.: Colorado State University; 1997. M. S. 76 p. Available through interlibrary loan. Deer Creek, Flynn Creek, Needle Branch, Alsea Basin, logging, hydrology, water temperature, water quality, theses
Describes the New Alsea Watershed Study and explores the hydrologic recovery process.
26. Bella, David A., Klingeman, Peter C. General planning methodology for Oregon's estuarine natural resources. Corvallis, OR: Oregon State University; 1973. OSU Libraries: Valley, TD224.O7 B4, Guin TD 224 .O7 B4. Yaquina Bay, Yaquina River Basin, Alsea River estuary, Coos River estuary, Coquille River estuary, Nehalem River estuary, Nestucca River estuary, Netarts estuary, Salmon River estuary, Sand Lake estuary, Siletz River estuary, Siuslaw River estuary, Tillamook estuary, Umpqua River estuary, general, environmental policy and law, natural resource management, methodology, ecological values
27. Bennett, Donald E. Biology of the Redtail Surfperch (
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