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Moody, K. N, R. B Gagne, H. Heim-Ballew H.,F. Alda, E. F. Hain, P. J. Lisi, R. P. Walter, G. R. Higashi, J. D. Hogan , P. G. McIntyre, J. F. Gilliam, and M. J. Blum. 2017.  Invasion hotspots and ecological saturation of streams across the Hawaiian archipelago.  Cybium 41(2):127-156.

Armstrong, J., E. Ward, D. E. Schindler and P.J. Lisi. 2016.  Adaptive capacity at the northern front: sockeye salmon behaviorally thermoregulate during novel exposure to warm temperatures. Conservation Physiology 4:1-10.

Larson W. A., P. J. Lisi, D. E. Schindler, J. E. Seeb, and L. W. Seeb. 2016. Stream temperature is positively associated with MHC diversity in proximate populations of sockeye salmon. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 29:1846-1859

Lisi, P. J., D. E. Schindler, T. J. Cline, M. D. Scheuerell, and P. B. Walsh. 2015. Topography and snowmelt control stream thermal response to air temperature. Geophysical Research Letters., 42, 33803388. Lisi et al. GRL2015.pdf

Lisi, P. J. and D.E. Schindler. 2015. Destabilization of river thermal regimes by wind action on upstream lakes. Limnology and Oceanography 60: 169–180. Lisi Schindler L&O 2015.pdf

Jankowski, K. J., D. E. Schindler, and P.J. Lisi. 2014. Temperature sensitivity of community respiration rates in streams is associated with watershed geomorphic features. Ecology 95:2707-2714

Lisi, P. J., K. T. Bentley, J. B. Armstrong, and D. E. Schindler. 2014. Episodic predation of mammals by stream fishes in a boreal river basin. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 23: 622–630.  Lisi et al. 2014 EFF.pdf

Schindler, D. E., J. B. Armstrong, K. T. Bentley, K. Jankowski, P. J. Lisi, and L. X. Payne. 2013. Riding the crimson tide: mobile terrestrial consumers track phenological variation in spawning of an anadromous fish. Biology Letters 9:1–4.

Rogers, L. A, D. E. Schindler, P. J. Lisi, G. W. Holtgrieve, P. R. Leavitt, L. Bunting, B. P. Finney, D. T. Selbie, G. Chen, I. Gregory-Eaves, M. J. Lisac, and P. B. Walsh. 2013. Centennial-scale fluctuations and regional complexity characterize Pacific salmon population dynamics over the past five centuries. PNAS 110:1750–1755.  media

Lisi PJ, DE Schindler, KT Bentley, and GR Pess. 2013. Association between geomorphic attributes of watersheds, water temperature, and salmon spawn timing in Alaskan streams Geomorphology 185: 78-86 media  Lisi.geom.PDF

Bentley, KT, DE Schindler, JB Armstrong, CP Ruff, and PJ  Lisi. 2012. Inter-annual variation in a pulsed resource subsidy mediates the foraging and growth response of stream-dwelling salmonids. Ecosphere pdf

Schindler DE, JC Carter, TB Francis, PJ Lisi, PJ Askey, and DC Sebastian. 2012  Mysis in the Okanagan Lake food web: a time-series analysis of interaction strengths in an invaded plankton community.  Aquatic Ecology. 46(2) 215-227

Holtgrieve, GW, DE Schindler, WO Hobbs, PR Leavitt, EJ Ward, L Bunting, G Chen, BP Finney, I Gregory-Eaves, S Holmgren, MJ Lisac, PJ Lisi, K Nydick, LA Rodgers, JE Saros, DT Selbie, MD Shapley, PB Walsh, and AP Wolfe. 2011. A coherent signature of anthropogenic nitrogen deposition to remote watersheds of the Northern Hemisphere. Science 334: 1545-1548  media

Lisi PJ and DE Schindler. 2011. Spatial variation in timing of marine subsidies influences riparian phenology through a plant-pollinator mutualism. Ecosphere. 2(9):1-14. pdf

Holtigrieve, GW, DE Schindler, CP Godwell, CP Ruff, and PJ Lisi. 2010. Stream geomorphology regulates the effects of ecosystem engineering and nutrient enrichment by Pacific salmon on periphyton. Freshwater Biology. 55 (12): 2598-2611.

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