Chesapeake Bay Brook Trout Management Strategy-References
This Masters Thesis describes models used to predict the classification of Brook Trout status at the subwatershed scale.
This publication describes the distribution and status of Brook Trout across its historic eastern U. S. range.
This article analyzes extensive fine-scale occupancy data across the southern historic range of Brook Trout.
This paper describes a cost effective method for monitoring short and long term trends of Chesapeake Bay's Brook Trout populations.
An assessment of dams in the Chesapeake Bay watershed.
This documents summarizes an assessment of Brook Trout populations across the Appalachian range, documents opinions of fisheries managers on perturbations to Brook Trout in their respective jurisdictions, and briefly comments on future trends.
This report describes the results of modeling performed by Downstream Strategies.
When are Genetic Methods Useful for Estimating Contemporary Abundance and Detecting Population Trends - Tallmon et al. 2010
This study assessed the ability of a linkage disequilibrium estimator of effective population size and a simple capture-recapture estimator of abundance to quantify the size and trend of stable or declining populations, using simulated Wright-Fisher populations.
Description of Methods Used to Develop Brook Trout Conservation Priority Scores at the Subwatershed Scale - Hanson et al. 2014
This document describes the methodology used to develop priority scores for Brook Trout conservation at the subwatershed scale.
Patch-Based Metrics: A Cost Effective Method for Short- and Long-Term Monitoring of EBTJV Wild Brook Trout Populations? - Whiteley et al. 2012
This document describes a methodology for monitoring Brook Trout population trends.
Ranking Site Vulnerability to Increasing Temperatures in Southern Appalachian Brook Trout Streams in VA: An Exposure-Sensitivity Approach - Trumbo et al. 2014
This publication describes an approach determining habitat vulnerability to climate change based on measures of sensitivity and exposure.
Predicting Brook Trout Occurrence in Stream Reaches throughout their Native Range in the Eastern United States - DeWeber and Wagner 2015
This publication describes a model that was developed to predict Brook Trout population status within individual stream reaches throughout the species' native range in the eastern USA.
Distribution, Status and Perturbations to Brook Trout within the eastern United States - Hudy et al. 2005
This report summarizes the distribution and status of self-sustaining populations of Brook Trout across their native range in the eastern U.S.
This publication describes an array of high resolution simulations of present and future climate over North America.
This report summarizes the findings of three Working Group reports and provides a synthesis that specifically addresses the issues of concern to policy makers in the domain of climate change.
This research examined the influence of sampling strategy on estimates of effective population size.
This document is a working draft of the Brook Trout management strategy being developed for the Chesapeake Bay watershed.