Habitat Restoration Technical Reports

Speas, D., M. Breen, T. Jones, and B. Schelly. 2017. Wetlands White Paper: Updated floodplain wetland priorities for recovery of endangered fish in the Middle Green River.

Lagory, K.E., L.J. Walston, A. Orr, and C.C. Weber. 2017. 2016 Reassessment of Floodplain Wetland Connections in the Middle Green River, Utah. Environmental Science Division, Argonne National Laborary Report, ANL/EVS?? Final report to the Upper Colorado River Endangered FIsh Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

D.W. Speas, J.A. Hawkins, P.D. MacKinnon, K.R. Bestgen and C. D. Walford. 2014. Entrainment of Native Fish in Maybell Ditch, Northwestern Colorado, 2011-2012. Final Report to the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program.

Hedrick, T.N., Breton, A.R., and Keddy, S.P. 2012. Razorback Sucker Survival and Emigration from the Stirrup Floodplain, Middle Green River, Utah 2007-2010. Publication Number 12-10, Final Report of Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

Bestgen, K. R., G. B. Haines, and A. A. Hill. 2011. Synthesis of flood plain wetland information: Timing of razorback sucker reproduction in the Green River, Utah, related to stream flow, water temperature, and flood plain wetland availability. Final Report to the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver. Larval Fish Laboratory Contribution 163.

Hawkins, J.A. 2009. An evaluation of fish entrainment into the Maybell Ditch on the Yampa River, Colorado, 2007 and 2008. Project No. 146 Final Report for the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program. Contribution 151 of the Larval Fish Laboratory, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.

Hedrick, T.N., K.R. Bestgen, and K.D. Christopherson. 2009. Entrainment of Semi-Buoyant Beads and Razorback Sucker, Xyrauchen texanus, Larvae into Flood Plain Wetlands of the Middle Green River, Utah. Final Report of Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and Colorado State University Larval Fish Laboratory to Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

Valdez, R.A. and P. Nelson. 2006. Upper Colorado River Subbasin Floodplain Management Plan. Final Report of Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Project Number C-6, Denver, Colorado.

Brunson, R.E., and K.D. Christopherson. 2005. Larval razorback sucker and bonytail survival and growth in the presence of nonative fish in the Baeser floodplain wetland of the middle Green River. Final Report of Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

Heitmeyer, M.E., and L.H. Fredrickson. 2005. An Evaluation Of Ecosystem Restoration And Management Options For The Ouray National Wildlife Refuge, Utah. Final Report of University of Missouri Gaylord Memorial Laboratory to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Denver, Colorado.

Modde, T. and G.B. Haines. 2005. Survival and growth of stocked razorback sucker and bonytail in multiple floodplain wetlands of the middle Green River under reset conditions. Final Report of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

Tetra Tech, Inc. 2005. Floodplain Habitat Restoration 2005 Monitoring Final Report, Green River, Utah. Final Report of Tetra Tech, Inc. to Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

Birchell, G.J., and K. Christopherson. 2004. Survival, Growth and Recruitment of Larval and Juvenile Razorback Sucker (Xyrauchen texanus) Introduced into Floodplain Depressions of the Green River, Utah. Final Report of Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

Christopherson K.D., G.J. Birchell, and T. Modde. 2004. Larval Razorback Sucker And Bonytail Survival And Growth in the Presence of Nonnative Fish in the Stirrup Floodplain. Final Report of Utah Division of Wildlife Resources to Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, Colorado.

Valdez, R.A., and P. Nelson. 2004. Green River Subbasin Floodplain Management Plan. Final Report of Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program, Denver, CO.

Modde, T., W.J. Miller, and R. Anderson, editors. 1999. Determination of habitat availability, habitat use, and flow needs of endangered fishes in the Yampa River between August and October. Final Report of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Miller Ecological Consultants, Inc. and Colorado Division of Wildlife to Upper Colorado River Basin Recovery Implementation Program. Denver, Colorado.