Northwest Watershed Institute

Comprehensive Watershed Assessment, Protection & Restoration

Selected Publications

How to Run a Plant-A-Thon

by Jude Rubin, Northwest Watershed Institute, April 2019

Bald Eagles, Oyster Beds, and the Plainfin Midshipman: Ecological Intertidal Relationships in Dabob Bay

by Northwest Watershed Institute, October 2018.

Genetic profile of North Hood Canal coho salmon using RAD sequencing

May 18, 2018 by Justin Bohling and Jennifer Von Bargen, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and Peter Bahls, Northwest Watershed Institute.

Forests for the Future – An Asset Management Strategy for State Forestlands in East Jefferson County

by the Public Lands Group, March 25, 2011.

Landslide Hazard and Erosion Susceptibility Assessment

by Daniel Miller, M2 Environmental Services for Northwest Watershed Institute, January 21, 2008.

An Assessment of Error in State Shoreline Designation for Lakes of Washington

by Northwest Watershed Institute and Washington Trout, August 10, 2006.

Fish Distribution and Abundance in Shallow Intertidal Habitats of Tarboo and North Dabob Bays

by Northwest Watershed Institute, February, 2004.

How Healthy are Healthy Stocks? Case Studies of Three Salmon and Steelhead Stocks in Oregon and Washington, including Population Status, Threats, and Monitoring Recommendations

by Peter Bahls (at David Evans and Associates) for Native Fish Society, April, 2001.

Chimacum Watershed Assessment Coho Salmon Restoration Assessment

by Peter Bahls and Judith Rubin for the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe, July, 1996