Gregory D. Williams
Gregory D. Williams
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Californian salt-marsh vegetation: an improved model of spatial pattern
JB Zedler, JC Callaway, JS Desmond, G Vivian-Smith, GD Williams, ...
Ecosystems 2 (1), 19-35, 1999
Spatial distribution of environmental DNA in a nearshore marine habitat
JL O’Donnell, RP Kelly, AO Shelton, JF Samhouri, NC Lowell, ...
PeerJ 5, e3044, 2017
Fish assemblage composition in constructed and natural tidal marshes of San Diego Bay: relative influence of channel morphology and restoration history
GD Williams, JB Zedler
Estuaries 22 (3), 702-716, 1999
Fish use of tidal creek habitats in two southern California salt marshes
JS Desmond, JB Zedler, GD Williams
Ecological Engineering 14 (3), 233-252, 2000
Factors influencing spatial and annual variability in eelgrass (Zostera marina L.) meadows in Willapa Bay, Washington, and Coos Bay, Oregon, estuaries
RM Thom, AB Borde, S Rumrill, DL Woodruff, GD Williams, JA Southard, ...
Estuaries 26 (4), 1117-1129, 2003
Influence of physical processes on the design, functioning and evolution of restored tidal wetlands in California (USA)
J Haltiner, JB Zedler, KE Boyer, GD Williams, JC Callaway
Wetlands ecology and management 4 (2), 73-91, 1996
Home range size and patterns of space use by lingcod, copper rockfish and quillback rockfish in relation to diel and tidal cycles
N Tolimieri, K Andrews, G Williams, S Katz, PS Levin
Marine Ecology Progress Series 380, 229-243, 2009
Experiments with seasonal forecasts of ocean conditions for the northern region of the California Current upwelling system
SA Siedlecki, IC Kaplan, AJ Hermann, TT Nguyen, NA Bond, JA Newton, ...
Scientific Reports 6 (1), 1-18, 2016
The importance of marsh access to growth of the California killifish, Fundulus parvipinnis, evaluated through bioenergetics modeling
SP Madon, GD Williams, JM West, JB Zedler
Ecological Modelling 136 (2-3), 149-165, 2001
A framework for inferring biological communities from environmental DNA
AO Shelton, JL O'Donnell, JF Samhouri, N Lowell, GD Williams, RP Kelly
Ecological Applications 26 (6), 1645-1659, 2016
Genetic signatures of ecological diversity along an urbanization gradient
RP Kelly, JL O’Donnell, NC Lowell, AO Shelton, JF Samhouri, ...
PeerJ 4, e2444, 2016
Rockfish in Puget Sound: An ecological history of exploitation
GD Williams, PS Levin, WA Palsson
Marine Policy 34 (5), 1010-1020, 2010
Food web structure and trophic control in central Puget Sound
CJ Harvey, GD Williams, PS Levin
Estuaries and Coasts 35 (3), 821-838, 2012
Integrating spatial and temporal variability into the analysis of fish food web linkages in Tijuana Estuary
JM West, GD Williams, SP Madon, JB Zedler
Environmental Biology of Fishes 67 (3), 297-309, 2003
Cloudy with a chance of sardines: forecasting sardine distributions using regional climate models
IC Kaplan, GD Williams, NA Bond, AJ Hermann, SA Siedlecki
Fisheries Oceanography 25 (1), 15-27, 2016
Status review of five rockfish species in Puget Sound, Washington: Bocaccio (Sebastes paucispinis), canary rockfish (S. pinniger), yelloweye rockfish (S. ruberrimus …
JS Drake, EA Berntson, RG Gustafson, EE Holmes, PS Levin, N Tolimieri, ...
Ecosystem status report of the California Current for 2017: a summary of ecosystem indicators compiled by the California Current Integrated Ecosystem Assessment Team (CCIEA)
CJ Harvey, N Garfield, GD Williams, KS Andrews, C Barceló, KA Barnas, ...
Impacts of ferry terminals on juvenile salmon movement along Puget Sound shorelines
SL Southard, RM Thorn, JD Toft, GD Williams, CW May, GA McMichael, ...
Battelle Memorial Institute, 2006
Forty years of seagrass population stability and resilience in an urbanizing estuary
AO Shelton, TB Francis, BE Feist, GD Williams, A Lindquist, PS Levin
Journal of Ecology 105 (2), 458-470, 2017
Using conceptual models and qualitative network models to advance integrative assessments of marine ecosystems
CJ Harvey, JCP Reum, MR Poe, GD Williams, SJ Kim
Coastal Management 44 (5), 486-503, 2016
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