A large Chinook salmon with a red under belly and sides swims with smaller Omykiss in the background.
This research proposes a method to assess the distribution of environmental resistance of stream ecosystems to biological invasions by coupling multi-stage habitat potential models for non-native species.


A Bull Trout swims along a rocky river bed in clear water.
Researchers developed a spatially-explicit hybridization risk model for native and non-native trout. The model can also identify stream reaches with higher risk of hybridization.
This study describes the distribution of C. shasta relative to chum salmon habitat in the Columbia River Basin and assess it potential to cause mortality to juvenile chum salmon.
This paper illustrates challenges and opportunities to marine disease management, assesses applications for marine disease outbreak prevention, response, and recovery and recommends multiple actions for future marine wildlife disease emergencies.


A northeast Pacific mudshrimp on a black background. It has a transluent orange-pink extoskeleton with long front claws, a large head, long narrow body and two fan shaped fins at the back.
This paper documents declines of native northeast Pacific mud shrimp due to infestations by two Asian bopyrid isopod parasites.
Zebra Mussels
This educational flyer aims to inform commercial fishermen about the damaging effects of biofouling and provide tips to help them prevent the costly damage of aquatic invasive species.