OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Publications

  • Kaylor, M. J.^, S.M. White, E. Sedell, and D.R. Warren. In Press. Carcass additions increase juvenile salmonid growth, condition, and size in an interior Columbia Basin tributary. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science

  • Kaylor, M. J.^, S.M. White, W.C. Saunders, and D.R. Warren. 2019. Linking spatial patterns of stream metabolism, ecosystem processes, and biota in a river network. Ecosphere

  • Segura, C., D. Noone, D.R. Warren, J. Jones., J. Tenny, and L. Gaino. 2019. Water Stable Isotope Ratios Reveal Network Scale Variability in Base Flow Water Sources in a Western Cascades headwater stream network. Water Resources Research 55: 5238-5254.

  • Kaylor, M.J.^, B.J. VerWey*, A. Cortes*, and D.R. Warren. 2019. Drought impacts to trout and salamanders in cool forested headwater ecosystems in the western Cascade Mountains, OR. Hydrobiologia 833:65–80

  • VerWey, B.J.*, M.J. Kaylor^, T.S. Garcia, and D.R. Warren. 2018. Impacts of a severe drought on cutthroat trout in a western Oregon headwater ecosystem.  Northwest Naturalist 99(3):209-221.

  • Heaston, E.D.^, M.J. Kaylor^, and D.R. Warren. 2018. Aquatic food web response to patchy shading along forested headwater streams. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75(12): 2211-2220

  • Bateman D.S., R.E. Gresswell, D. R. Warren, D.P. Hockman-Wert, D.W. Leer, J.T. Light, and J.D. Stednick. 2018. Fish response to contemporary timber harvest practices in a second-growth forest from the central coast range of Oregon.  Forest Ecology and Management 411:142-157

  • Katz, S.B.^, C. Segura, and D.R. Warren. 2018. The influence of channel bed disturbance on benthic Chlorophyll a: A high resolution perspective. Geomorphology 305:141-153

  • Kaylor, M.J.^, and D.R. Warren. 2018. Canopy closure after four decades of post-logging riparian forest regeneration reduces cutthroat trout biomass in headwater streams through bottom-up pathways. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 75:513-524

  • Bechtold, H.A., E.J., Rosi-Marshall, D.R. Warren, and W.S. Keeton. 2017. Forest age influences in-stream ecosystem processes in Northeastern US. Ecosystems 20(5): 1058-1071.

  • Kaylor, M.J.^, and D.R. Warren. 2017. Linking riparian shade and the legacies of forest management to fish and invertebrate biomass in forested streams. Ecosphere 8(6):e01845.

  • Warren, D.R., C.E. Kraft, D.C. Josephson, and C.T. Driscoll. 2017.  Acid rain recovery may help to mitigate the impacts of climate change on thermally sensitive fish in lakes across eastern North America. Global Change Biology 23:2149-2153

  •  Warren, D.R., S.M. Collins, E.M Purvis*, M.J. Kaylor^, and H.A. Becthold. 2017. Spatial variability in light yields co-limitation of primary production by both light and nutrients in a forested stream ecosystem. Ecosystems 20(1) 198-210.

  • Heaston, E.D.*, M.J. Kaylor^, and D.R. Warren. 2017 Characterizing short-term light dynamics in forested headwater streams. Freshwater Science. 36(2): 259-271

  • Kaylor, M.J.^, D.R. Warren, and P.M. Kiffney. 2017 Long-term effects of riparian forest harvest on light in Pacific Northwest streams. Freshwater Science 36(1) 1-13. 

  • Nelson, M.P., H. Gosnell, D.R Warren, C. Batavia, M. Betts, J. Burton, E.J. Davis, C. Friesen, S. Perakis, M. Schulze, C. Segura. In Press. An Integrated Social-Ecological-Ethical Approach to Enhancing Public Trust in Federal Forest Management. In eds. Van Horne, B and D. H. Olson.  Innovations in Forestry to Sustain People and Biodiversity: Lessons from Moist Coniferous Forests of the Pacific Northwest. US Forest Service.

  • Warren, D.R., W.S. Keeton, P.M. Kiffney, M.J. Kayloru, H.A. Becthold, and J. Magee. 2016. Changing forests – changing streams: Riparian forest stand development and ecosystem function in temperate headwaters. Ecosphere 7(8):e01435.

  • McConnaha, C., D.R. Warren, J. Rosenfeld, M. Fox, T. Stewart, L. Lentsh. 2015. Ecological and Biological considerations. In eds. Lentsh L and T. Abbe.  Large wood National Manual. Guidelines for planning, design, placement, and maintenance of large wood in fluvial ecosystems: resorting process, function and structure.  US Bureau of Reclamation

  • Vaz, P., E.C. Merten, D.R. Warren, K. Durscher, M. Tapp, C.T. Robinson, F.C. Rego, P. Pinto. 2015. Fire meets inland water via burned wood: And then what? Freshwater Science 34:1468-1481

  • Warren, D.R., J.D. Dunham, D. Hockman-Wert. 2014. Geographic variability in elevation and topographic constraints on the distribution of native and nonnative trout in the Great Basin. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143: 205-218

  • Miller, S.A., S. Gunckel1, S. Jacobs, D.R. Warren. 2014. Sympatric relationship between redband trout and non-native brook trout in the southeastern Oregon Great Basin. Environmental Biology of Fishes 97: 357-369

  • Warren, D.R., W. S. Keeton, Bechtold, H.A., E.J. Rosi-Marshall. 2013. Comparing streambed light availability and canopy cover in streams with old-growth versus early-mature riparian forests western Oregon. Aquatic Sciences 75: 547-558

  • Warren, D.R., K.E. Judd, D.L. Bade. G.E. Likens, C.E. Kraft. 2013. Effects of wood removal on stream nitrate dynamics in two northeastern US headwater streams. Hydrobiologia 717: 119-131

  • Vaz, P., E.C. Merten, D.R. Warren, C.T. Robinson, P. Pinto, F.C. Rego. 2013. Which stream wood becomes functional following wildfires? Ecological Engineering 54: 82-89.

  • Vaz, P., D.R. Warren, E.C. Merten, P. Pinto, C.T. Robinson, F.C. Rego. 2013. Effects of forest type and stream size on volume and distribution of instream wood: Legacies of wildfire in a Euro-Mediterranean context. Freshwater Science. 32: 126-141

  • Kratzer J.F., D.R. Warren. 2013. Brook trout biomass limiting factors in northeastern Vermont streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 33:130-139

  • Bechtold, H.A., E.J. Rosi-Marshall, D.R. Warren, J.J. Cole. 2012. A practical method for measuring integrated solar radiation reaching streambeds. Freshwater Science 31:1070-1077

  • Kratzer J.F., D.R. Warren. 2012. How much temporal replication do we need to estimate salmonid abundance in streams? Fisheries Ecology and Management 19:441-443.

  • Warren, D.R., M.M. McClure. 2012. Quantifying Salmon-Derived Nutrient Loads from the Mortality of Hatchery-Origin Juvenile Chinook Salmon in the Snake River Basin. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 141:1287–1294.

  • Ernst, A.G., D.R. Warren, B.P. Baldigo. 2012. Natural-channel-design stream restorations that changed geomorphology have little effect on macroinvertebrate communities in headwater streams. Restoration Ecology. 20:532-540

  • Warren, D.R., J. Robinson, D.C. Josephson, D. Sheldon, C.E. Kraft. 2012. Impacts of increasing summer temperatures on spawning phenology for resident trout in a mountain lake. Global Change Biology 18:1804-1811.

  • Kraft, C.E., D.R. Warren, W.S. Keeton. 2011. Spatial patterns of wood distribution in northeastern North American streams. Geomorphology 135:1-7

  • Vaz, P., D.R. Warren, E.C. Merten, P. Pinto, C.T. Robinson, F.C. Rego. 2011. Burned forests supply contrasting wood pieces into streams and stream side-slopes. Forest Ecology and Management 262: 561-570.

  • Warren, D.R., M.M. Mineau, C.E. Kraft, E. J. Ward. 2010. Relating fish biomass to habitat and chemistry in headwater streams of the northeastern United States. Environmental Biology of Fishes 88:51–62

  • Millward, A. A., C.E. Kraft, D. R. Warren. 2010. Ice-storm damage greater along the terrestrial-aquatic interface in forested landscapes. Ecosystems 13:249-260

  • Baldigo. B.P., A.G. Ernst, D.R. Warren, S. J. Miller. 2010. Beneficial effects of natural-channel-design restoration of fish assemblages, habitat, and stability in streams of the Catskill Mountains, New York. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139: 449-467

  • Warren, D.R., C.E. Kraft, W.S. Keeton, J.S. Nunery, G.E. Likens. 2009. Dynamics of wood recruitment in streams of the northeastern U.S. Forest Ecology and Management 258:804-813

  • Warren, D.R., A.G. Ernst, B.P. Baldigo. 2009. Influence of spring floods on year-class strength of fall and spring spawning salmonids in Catskill Mountain streams. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138:200-210

  • Warren, D. R., C.E. Kraft. 2008. Dynamics of large wood in an eastern U.S. mountain stream. Forest Ecology and Management 256:808-814

  • Warren, D.R., G.E. Likens, D.C. Buso, C.E. Kraft. 2008. Status and distribution of fish in an acid-impacted watershed of the northeastern United States (Hubbard Brook, NH). Northeastern Naturalist 15:375-390

  • Baldigo. B.P., D.R. Warren, A.G. Ernst, C.I. Mulvihill. 2008. Response of fish populations to natural-channel-design restoration in streams of the Catskill Mountains, New York. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:954-969

  • Baldigo, B.P., D.R. Warren. 2008. Detecting the response of fish assemblages to stream restoration: effects of different sampling designs. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28:919-934

  • Warren, D.R., C.E. Kraft, W.S. Keeton. 2008. Estimating wood volume in streams using the line-intercept method. Hydrobiologia 598:123-130.

  • Baldigo, B. P., A. Gallagher Ernst, W. Keller, D. R. Warren, S. J. Miller, D. Davis, T. P. Baudanza, D. DeKoskie, J. R. Buchanan. 2008. Restoring geomorphic stability and biodiversity in streams of the Catskill Mountains, New York, USA. Pages 587-600. In J. L. Nielsen, J. J. Dodson, K. D. Friedland, T. R. Hamon, N. F. Hughes, J. A. Musick, and E. Verspoor, editors. Proceedings of the Fourth World Fisheries Congress: Reconciling fisheries with conservation, Symposium 49. American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, Maryland.

  • Warren, D. R., E. S. Bernhardt, R. O. Hall, G. E. Likens. 2007. Forest age, woody debris, and nutrient dynamics in headwater streams of the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest, NH. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms. 32: 1154-1163.

  • Warren, D. R., M. S. Weiss, D. M. Wolfe, B. Friedlander, B Lewenstein. 2007. Lessons from Science Communication Training. Science. 316: 1122 (Note: This is a Commentary).

  • Keeton, W.S., C.E. Kraft, D.R. Warren. 2007. Structure and dynamics of old-growth riparian forests and effects on low order Adirondack stream habitats. Ecological Applications. 17: 852-868.

  • Warren, D. R. and C. E. Kraft. 2006. Invertebrate community and stream substrate responses to woody debris removal from an ice storm impacted stream system, NY USA. Hydrobiologia. 568: 477-488.

  • Keeton, W.S., C.E. Kraft, D.R. Warren, and A.A. Millward. 2005. Effects of old-growth riparian forests on Adirondack stream systems. Pages 39-43 in: K.P. Bennett (tech. ed.). Moving toward sustainable forestry: lessons from old-growth forests. Proceedings of the 6th eastern old-growth conference, Moultonborough, NH. University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension Natural Resource Network Report.

  • Warren, D. R., S. Sebestyen, D. Josephson, J. Lepak, C. E. Kraft. 2005. Acidic groundwater discharge and in situ egg survival in lake spawning brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) redds. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134:1193-1201.

  • Warren, D. R. and C. E. Kraft. 2003. Brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) response to wood removal from high gradient streams of the Adirondack Mountains (NY, USA). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 60:379-389.

  • Kraft, C. E. and D. R. Warren. 2003. Development of spatial pattern in large woody debris and debris dams in streams. Geomorphology 51:127-139.

  • Kraft, C. E., R. L. Schneider, and D. R. Warren. 2002. Ice storm impacts on woody debris and debris dam formation in northeastern U.S. streams. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59:1677-1684.