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"The continued decline of Columbia River salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) populations has long focused concerns on habitat changes upriver, particularly the effects of large hydroelectric dams. Increasing evidence that ocean conditions strongly influence salmon production, however, has raised questions...
Volunteer Wetland Monitoring: An Introduction and Resource Guide developed by the Environmental Protection Agency. December 2001.
"This document was prepared to help EPA and State program managers plan and implement a wetland monitoring and assessment program within the context of the March 2003 EPA document, Elements of a State Water Monitoring and Assessment Program (EPA 841-B-03- 003). "
"The goal of Wetlands Status and Trends is to provide the nation with current scientifically valid information on the status and extent of wetland, riparian, and related aquatic resources."
"Restoration, Creation, and Recovery of Wetlands: Wetland Functions, Values, and Assessment"
Lawler J. J., M. Mathias, A. E. Yahnke, and E. H. Girvetz. 2008. Oregon’s Biodiversity in a Changing Climate. Report prepared for the Climate Leadership Initiative, University of Oregon.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) report on the indicators for monitoring biological integrity of inland, freshwater wetlands; a survey of North American technical literature (1990-2000). Authored by Paul Adamus, Thomas Danielson and Alex Gonyaw. 2001.
A 2008 report from the Governors Climate Change Integration Group. Oregon Department of Energy. Salem, OR.
An introductory survey report designed to provide a “road map” to climate change adaptation information in Western developed countries.  Produced by the H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics and the Environment, Washington, D.C. 2006.
Environmental Protection Agency environmental monitoriing and assessment program (EMAP) report on the overall quality of estuaries in Oregon and Washington. March 2006.

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