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A Bibliography of the Published and Unpublished Research and Technical Reports conducted at, inspired by, or of relevance to the University of California Natural Reserve System's San Joaquin Marsh Reserve, Burns Pinyon Ridge Desert Reserve, and the University of California, Irvine's Ecological Preserve (managed by the UCNRS UC Irvine Office). There are many more publications that acknowledge assistance from the NRS though the research was not conducted directly on a Reserve.

Compiled by Peter A. Bowler
Academic Coordinator for the University of California, Irvine Reserves
January, 2005.UCNRS San Joaquin Marsh Reserve

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Altschul, J.H. 1996. Data Recovery Plan for ORA-116, Newport Bay, Orange County, California. Technical Report No. 96-13. Statistical Research, Inc. Tucson, Arizona.

Amarasekare, P. 1998. Coexistence in a Spatial Context: Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine.

Amarasekare, P. 1998. Coexistence in a Spatial Context: Empirical and Theoretical Perspectives. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine.

Amarasekare, P. 2000a. Spatial dynamics in a host-multiparasitoid community. Journal of Animal Ecology 69:201-213.

Amarasekare, P. 2000b. Coexistence of competing parasitoids on a patchily distributed host: local vs. spatial mechanisms. Ecology 81:1286-1296.

Amarasekare, P. 2000c. The geometry of coexistence. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 71:1-31.

Amarasekare, P. and H. Possingham. 2001. Patch dynamics and metapopulation theory: the case of successional species. Journal of Theoretical Biology 209:333-344.

Amarasekare, P. and R. Nisbet. 2001. Spatial heterogeneity, source-sink dynamics and local coexistence of competing species. American Naturalist 158:572-584.

Atwood, J.L., D.R. Bontrager, M. Fugagli, R. Hirsch, D. Kamada, M. Madden, C. Reynolds, S. Tsai, and P.A. Bowler. 1998. Population dynamics, dispersal, and demography of California gnatcatchers and cactus wrens in coastal southern California (1997 progress report). Unpublished technical report, Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Manomet, Massachusetts. 41 pp. and 5 appendices.

Atwood, J.L., D.R. Bontrager, R. Hirsch, M. Madden, and P.A. Bowler. 1998. Population dynamics, dispersal, and demography of California gnatcatchers in Orange Co., California (1998 progress report). Unpublished report, Manomet Center for Conservation Sciences, Manomet, Massachusetts and University of California, Irvine. 23 pp. and 1 appendix.

Barreneche, R.A. 2005.† FDA at Irvine.† Edizioni Press.† New York City, New York. (Book, 106 pages.)

Baythavong, B.S., M.L. Stanton, and K.J. Rice.† 2009.† Understanding the consequences of seed dispersal in a heterogeneous environment.† Ecology 90(8):† 2118-2128.

Berschauer, D.P. 1992. Is the ìEndangered Species Actî endangered? Southwestern University Law Review 21 (3): 991 ñ 1017.

Bontrager, D.R., D. Kamada, M. Madden, J.L. Atwood, and P.A. Bowler. 1999. Population dynamics, dispersal, and demography of California gnatcatchers in Orange Co., California (1999 progress report). University of California, Irvine, Irvine, California. 11 pp. and 2 appendices.

Bontrager, D.R., D. Kamada, M. Madden, J.L. Atwood, and P.A. Bowler. 1999. Population dynamics, dispersal, and demography of California gnatcatchers in Orange Co., California (1999 progress report). University of California, Irvine, Irvine, California. 11 pp. and 2 appendices.

Booth, Jerry. 2007.† Beleaguered marsh on life-support still persists as a highly productive natural resource.† Transect 25 (1): 9 - 12.

Bowler, P.A. 1990. Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration - I. The Challenge of Mitigation. Restoration and Management Notes 8(2): 78-82.

Bowler, P.A. 1990. Riparian Woodland: An Endangered Habitat in Southern California. Pp. 80-97 in Schoenherr, A. (eds.). Endangered Plant Communities of Southern California. Southern California Botanists Special Publication, No. 3.

Bowler, P.A. 1990. Riparian Woodland: An Endangered Habitat in Southern California. Pp. 80-97 in Schoenherr, A. (Eds.). Endangered Plant Communities of Southern California. Southern California Botanists Special Publication, No. 3.

Bowler, P.A. 1992. Biodiversity Conservation in Europe and North America. II. Shrublands - In Defense of Disturbed Land. Restoration Management Notes 10(2): 144-149.

Bowler, P.A. 1999. New directions in coastal sage scrub restoration. Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration. Pp. 15-20. In Bowler, P.A. and E. Read (eds.). Proceedings of the Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration Symposium held at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society of Ecological Restoration. Special Publication No. 1 of The Society for Ecological Restoration, California Chapter.

Bowler, P.A. 1999. New directions in coastal sage scrub restoration. Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration. Pp. 15-20. In Bowler, P.A. and E. Read (eds.). Proceedings of the Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration Symposium held at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society of Ecological Restoration. Special Publication No. 1 of The Society for Ecological Restoration, California Chapter.

Bowler, P.A. 1999. Non-native and Native Vascular Plant Congeners: Sympatric without a (Natural) Cause. Crossosoma 25(2): 73-82.

Bowler, P.A. 1999. Non-native and Native Vascular Plant Congeners: Sympatric without a (Natural) Cause. Crossosoma 25(2): 73-82.

Bowler, P.A. 1999. Species richness and coastal sage scrub restoration. Pp. 2-14. In Bowler, P.A. and E. Read (eds.) Proceedings of the Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration Symposium held at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society of Ecological Restoration. Special Publication No. 1 of The Society for Ecological Restoration, California Chapter.

Bowler, P.A. 1999. Species richness and coastal sage scrub restoration. Pp. 2-14. In Bowler, P.A. and E. Read (eds.) Proceedings of the Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration Symposium held at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Society of Ecological Restoration. Special Publication No. 1 of The Society for Ecological Restoration, California Chapter.

Bowler, P.A. 1999. Transplantation of Understory Bulbs, Grasses, Lichens and Bryophytes in Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration. Ecological Restoration 17: 82 - 83.

Bowler, P.A. 1999. Transplantation of Understory Bulbs, Grasses, Lichens and Bryophytes in Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration. Ecological Restoration 17: 82 - 83.

Bowler, P.A. 2000. Ecological Restoration of Coastal Sage Scrub and Its Potential Role in Habitat Conservation Plans. Environmental Management 26: S85-S96.

Bowler, P.A. 2000. Ecological Restoration of Coastal Sage Scrub and Its Potential Role in Habitat Conservation Plans. Environmental Management 26: S85-S96.

Bowler, P.A. 2008.† Artichoke as an Ecological Resource and Its Utility as a Precursor to Restoration (California).† Ecological Restoration 26(1):† 7 - 8.

Bowler, P.A. and A. Wolf. 1993. Vascular Plants of the San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Reserve. Angiosperms - Flowering Plants. Crossosoma 19(1): 9-30.

Bowler, P.A. and A. Wolf. 1994. Exotic Plants in Mediterranean Climate Wetlands. Crossosoma 20: 75-84.

Bowler, P.A. and C.A. Hager. 2000. Experimental salvage for transplanting a rare California plant: Southern Tarplant (California). Ecological Restoration 18(4): 268-269.

Bowler, P.A. and C.A. Hager. 2000. Experimental salvage for transplanting a rare California plant: Southern Tarplant (California). Ecological Restoration 18(4): 268-269.

Bowler, P.A. and D. Bramlet. 2002 . Vascular plants of the University of California, Irvine Ecological Preserve. Crossosoma 28(2): 27-49.

Bowler, P.A. and M.E. Elvin. 2003. The vascular plant checklist for the University of California Natural Reserve System's San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Reserve. Crossosoma 29(2): 45-66.

Bowler, P.A. and R. Riefner. 1990. A Preliminary Lichen Checklist for the University of California, Irvine, Campus and the San Joaquin Wetlands. Crossosoma 16(6): 1-10.

Bowler, P.A. and S. Brown (eds.). 1985. Areas of Critical Environmental Concern in Orange County, California. Sea and Sage Audubon Society. 60 pages.

Bowler, P.A. and S. Brown (eds.). 1987. Proceedings of the California Oak Heritage Conservation Conference, March 11, 1983. Published by the Sea and Sage Chapter of the Audubon Society, Santa Ana, California.

Bowler, P.A. June 29, 1989. Notes on the Avifauna of the University of California, Irvine Campus. With a Preliminary Checklist of the Birds on the Campus by C. Hood and D. Willick.

Bowler, P.A., A. Wolf, and L. Bradley. 1995. A Checklist of the Wetland Indicator Species in Orange County, California. Crossosoma 21(1):

Bowler, P.A., F.G. Kaiser, and T. Hartig. 1999. A role for ecological restoration work in University environmental education. The Journal of Environmental Education 30(4): 19-26.

Bowler, P.A., K.B. Pierce, Jr., V. Beauchamp, and T. Tasbshouri. 2000. Translocation and grafting of adult coastal cholla (Opuntia prolifera) and prickly pear (Opuntia littoralis) as mitigation for cactus wren habitat loss in burned areas. Pp. 271-274. in . Keeley, Jon E., M. Baer-Keeley, and C.J. Fotheringham (eds). 2nd Interface Between Ecology and Land Development in California. U.S. Geological Survey Open - File Report 00-62. Sacramento, California.

Bowler, P.A., L.J. Kim, C.A. Drake, O. Goldsworthy, V.T. Y. Medrano, A.S. Najafi, V.N. Pandya, B. Pham, C.B. Sun, C.S.P. Taha, H. Truong, and K.H. Vu.† Winter-Spring 2010.† The Sex Ratios of Black Willow (Salix gooddingii) and Mulefat (Baccharis salicifolia) in the University of California Natural Reserve System's San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Reserve and the Implications for Restoration.† Arboretum Quarterly, pages 6, 7.

Bowler, P.A., T. Johnson, and W.J. Mautz. 1996. Flash-Freezing Using Cold Fluids: Field and Laboratory Methods for Preventing Retraction of Snails during Fixation. Molluscan Studies 62:124-126.

Bowler, P.A., W. Bretz, T. Bradley, and J.P. Webb. 1985. The impact of integrated mosquito control strategies on freshwater marsh ecosystems in southern California. Mosquito Control Research, Annual Report for 1984. Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California: 102-104.

Bowler, P.A.† Fall 2002.† Coastal Sage Scrub Restoration in the San Joaquin Marsh.† Arboretum Quarterly, pages 1-3.

Bowler, P.A.† June 2010 Issue.† San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Update.† UCI Arboretum Volunteer Times.† Pages 1 - 3.

Bowler, P.A.† Spring-Summer 2007.† How are wetland plants like cattails and bulrushes able to live in water with anoxic sediments, yet still keep their roots oxygenated?† Arboretum Quarterly, pages 2-3.

Bowler, P.A.† Winter-Spring 2009.† What's Happening at the Marsh? Spring into Summer in the Wetlands.† Arboretum Quarterly, 1, 7 - 9.

Bowler, P.A.† Winter-Spring 2010.† The Middle Marsh Restoration Project at the University of California Natural Reserve System's San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Reserve.† Arboretum Quarterly, pages 1, 8.

Bowler, P.A.† Winter-Spring 2010.† The UC Natural Reserve System's San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Reserve as an Edible Landscape.† Arboretum Quarterly, pages 4, 5.

Bradley, T. 1987. Mosquito larvae in the San Joaquin freshwater marsh: Techniques for integrated pest management. Mosquito Control Research Annual Report 1987: 56-58.

Bradley, T. 1999. Biodiversity and Public Health: A Win-Win Situation. Abstract in 1999 American Association for the Advancement of Science Symposium ìChallenges for a New Century,î 21 ñ 26 January, Anaheim, California. Session title: University of California Natural Reserve System: Managing Resources, Preparing for the Future. Page A-20.

Bradley, T., R. Berkelhamer, and W.L. Bretz. 1986. Ecological studies to develop integrated techniques for mosquito control. In freshwater marshes. Mosquito Control Annual Report 1986: 46-47.

Brandt, J. 1977. Birding at San Joaquin Marsh. Western Tanager 44(3): 4.

Bretz, W.L. 1987. The University of California Natural Reserve System: A partial collection of California Oak and Oak-Associated Natural Resources. Pp. 110-121 in Bowler, P.A. and S. Brown (eds.). 1987. Proceedings of the California Oak Heritage Conservation Conference, March 11, 1983.

Bretz, W.L., R. Berkelhamer, and T. Bradley. 1985. Developing integrated strategies for mosquito control in freshwater marshes. Mosquito Control Annual Report 1985: 75-77.

Brochure

Bull, J. 1970. The marsh: preserving the preserve. The New University 3(8): 1.

Byron, E. and G. Santolo (CH2MHill).† August 12, 2010.† Draft Technical Memorandum.† Selenium Monitoring Results:† Fish and Bird Egg Tissue Chemistry, Newport Bay Watershed.† Draft Technical Memorandum.† Prepared for Amanda Carr and Jian Peng, Orange County.

Chambers Group, Inc. July, 1994. North Campus Development. Submitted to the Office of Campus and Environmental Planning, University of California, Irvine.

Church Engineering. 1989. Hydrology Study: Park Place and Mola Development, 2 year runoff from onsite to marsh area at Michelson Drive and Carlson Avenue, City of Irvine.

Compton, P.G. 1978. Responses to Decreasing Water Ration by Individuals From Desert and Coastal Populations of Neotoma lepida. Masterís Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine.

Conkelton, S. 1984. University of California Directory of Photographic Collections. Compiled for the California Museum of Photography, University of California, Riverside.

Conkelton, S. 1984. University of California Directory of Photographic Collections. Compiled for the California Museum of Photography, University of California, Riverside.

County of Orange Road Department. Log of test borings for Campus Drive from University Drive to Carlson Avenue. (Undated; cited in Haworth and Anderson, 1971).

Czimczik, C.I., K.K. Treseder, M.S. Carbone, and S.E. Trumbore.† 2005.† Radiocarbon - a low-impact tool to study nutrient transport by soil fungi under field conditions.† New Phytologist 166:† 595-600.

Davis, O.K, J. Jirikowic, and R.M. Kalin. 1992. Radiocarbon Record of Solar Variability and Holocene Climatic Change in Coastal Southern California. 14 pp. in Redmond, K.T. (ed.). 1992. Proceedings of the Eigth Annual Pacific Climate (PACLIM) Workshop, March 10-13. 1991: California Department of Water Resources, Interagency Ecological Studies Program Technical report 31.

Davis, O.K. 1990. Pollen analysis of the San Joaquin Marsh for the San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor Archeological Test Excavation Project. In Test Investigation Report and Request for Determination of Eligibility for 23 Sites along the San Joaquin Hills Transportation Corridor, prepared by Phi8lip de Barros and Henry C. Koerper, Appendix I. Chambers Group, Inc. Submitted to the Transportation Corridor Agencies, Costa Mesa, California.

Davis, O.K. 1992. Rapid Climatic Change in Coastal Southern California Inferred from Pollen Analysis of San Joaquin Marsh. Quaternary Research 37: 89-100.

Davis, O.K. 1998. Pollen Analysis of San Joaquin Marsh, Orange County, California. Report submitted to Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona.

Davis, O.K. 1998. Pollen and Macrofossil Analysis of CA-ORA-116 near San Joaquin Marsh, Orange County, California. Report submitted to Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona.

Dixon, P.S. and J. Scherfig. 1981. A study of water quality in the San Joaquin Marsh. Water Resources Laboratory, University of California, Irvine, California. 34 pages.

EDAW, Inc. January 1976. San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Reserve. Prepared for the University of California, Irvine Office of Physical Planning and Construction. 71 pages.

Franke, D.M., A.G. Ellis, M. Dharjwa, M. Freshwater, M. Fujikawa, A. Padron, and A.E. Weis.† 2006.† A steep cline in flowering time for Brassica rapa in southern California:† population-level variation in the field and the greenhouse.† Int. J. Plant. Sci. 167:† 83-92.

Franks, S.J., S. Sim and A.E. Weis.† 2007.† Rapid evolution of flowering time by an annual plant in response to a climate fluctuation.† Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 104(4):† 1278-1282.

Glenn Lukos Associates. January 22, 1997. First Annual Monitoring Report for 6.08-Acre Freshwater Marsh Creation at the San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Reserve Pursuant to California Department of Fish and Game Streambed Alteration Agreement Number 5-306-93 and United States Army Corps of Engineers Authorization Number 93-00858-BH.

Glenn Lukos Associates. January 29, 1999. Third Annual Monitoring Report for 6.08-Acre Freshwater Marsh Creation at the San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Reserve Pursuant to California Department of Fish and Game Streambed Alteration Agreement Number 5-306-93 and United States Army Corps of Engineers Authorization Number 93-00858-BH.

Glenn Lukos Associates. January 6, 1998. Second Annual Monitoring Report for 6.08-Acre Freshwater Marsh Creation at the San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Reserve Pursuant to California Department of Fish and Game Streambed Alteration Agreement Number 5-306-93 and United States Army Corps of Engineers Authorization Number 93-00858-BH.

Glenn Lukos Associates. July 26, 1994. Conceptual mitigation plan for impacts to areas with the jurisdiction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers pursuant to Section 404 of the Clean Water Act and the California Coastal Commission pursuant to Section 30233(a) of the California Coastal Act and the California Department of Fish and Game pursuant to Chapter 6, Section 1603 of the California Fish and Game Code. Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian Master Plan, Orange County, California. Prepared for Hoag Memorial Hospital.

Goldstein L.J. and K.N. Suding. 2007. Resource impacts enable invasion resistance by a native shrub community. Ecological Society of America Conference.

Goldstein L.J., and K.N. Suding. 2006. Niche differences and competition promote invasion into coastal sage scrub communities. Poster presentation at an Ecological Society of America Conference.

Goldstein, L.J., M. Talluto, E. Hernandez, and K.N. Suding K.N. 2008. The role of rainfall pulses, resource availability, and fire in the conversion of coastal sage scrub to annual grassland communities. Southern California Academy of Sciences Symposium.

Goodard, L.B., A.E. Roth, W.K. Rieser, and T.W. Scott. 2002. Vector competency of California mosquitoes for West Nile Virus. Emerging Infectious Diseases 8(12): 1385-1391.

Goodman, R.H. July, 1999. Southwestern Pond Turtle (Clemmys marmorata pallida) Project within the San Joaquin Reserve, Orange County, California. Prepared for Noble Consultants, Inc.

Goodman, R.H., Jr.† 2008.† Preliminary Report on the Status of the San Joaquin Marsh Southwestern Pond Turtle (¬ctinemys marmorata pallida) Population.† Unpublished report prepared for the California Department of Fish and Game.

Goodman, R.H., Jr.† 2008.† Report on the 1st Trapping Season and Status of the San Joaquin Marsh Southwestern Pond Turtle (Actinemys marmorata pallida) Population.† Unpublished report prepared for the California Department of Fish and Game.

Goodman, R.H., Jr.† 2008.† Report on the 2st Trapping Season and Status of the San Joaquin Marsh Southwestern Pond Turtle (Actinemys marmorata pallida) Population.† Unpublished report prepared for the California Department of Fish and Game.

Goulden Group Marsh Study Home Page http://www.ess.uci.edu/~marsh/

Grant, S.B., B.F Sanders, A.B. Boehm, J.A. Redman, J.H. Kim, R.D. Morse, A.K. Chu, M. Goulden, C.D. McGee, N.A. Gardiner, B.H. Jones, J. Svejkovsky, and G.V. Lepzig. 2001. Generation of enterococci bacteria in a coastal saltwater marsh and its impact on surf zone water quality. Environmental Science and Technology 35(12): 2407-2416.

Grenda, D.R., C.J. Doolittle, and J.H. Altschul (eds.). 1998. House Pits and Middens at CA-ORA-116, Newport Bay, Orange County, California. Technical Series 69. Statistical Research, Inc.

Griffis, R.B. 1986. San Joaquin Marsh wintering waterfowl project: Changes in the temporal patterns of wintering waterfowl use of the San Joaquin Marsh. University of California, Irvine, California. (Graduate student project.)

Gruwell, J.A., C.L. Fogarty, S.G. Bennett, G.L. Challet, K.S. Vanderpool, M. Jozan, and J.P. Webb, Jr. 2000. Role of Peridomestic Birds in the Transmission of St. Louis Encephalitis Virus in Southern California. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 36(1): 13-34.

Gustafson, S. (ed.). 1984. San Joaquin Marsh Reserve. University of California Natural Reserve System brochure. 8 pages.

Hamilton, R.A. and D.R. Willick. 1996. The birds of Orange County, California. Status and Distribution. Sea and Sage Press, Irvine, California.

Harmsworth Associates. October, 2002. Report on avian surveys at the UC Natural Reserve Systemís San Joaquin Marsh Reserve and Ecological Preserve. Prepared by Paul Galvin for the UC Natural Reserve System.

Harmsworth Associates. October, 2002. Report on avian surveys at the UC Natural Reserve Systemís San Joaquin Marsh Reserve and Ecological Preserve. Prepared by Paul Galvin for the UC Natural Reserve System.

Harmsworth Associates.† January 2009.† 2008 Report on Avian Surveys at the UC Natural Reserve System's San Joaquin Freshwater Reserve.† Prepared for Dr. Peter Bowler and the UC Natural Reserve System.

Harmsworth Associates.† May 2010.† Post-construction Report for the Vestar Development Company Portion of the San Joaquin Marsh Phase II Restoration Project.† U.S.† Army Corps of Engineers Permit Number SPL-2008-00221-CLM, California Department of Fish and Game Streambed Alteration Agreement No. 1600-2004-0375-R5, California Regional water Quality Control Board 401 Certification Reference 9800623, California Coastal Commission Coastal Development Permit 5-04-356.† Prepared for Vestar Development Company.

Harmsworth Associatest. January, 2005. Report on avian surveys at the UC Natural Reserve Systemís San Joaquin Marsh Reserve and Ecological Preserve. Prepared by Paul Galvin for the UC Natural Reserve System.

Harmsworth Associatest. January, 2005. Report on avian surveys at the UC Natural Reserve Systemís San Joaquin Marsh Reserve and Ecological Preserve. Prepared by Paul Galvin for the UC Natural Reserve System.

Hartig, T., F.G. Kaiser, and P.A. Bowler. 1997. Further Development of a Measure of Perceived Environmental Restorativeness. Arbetrsrapport/Working Paper No. 5. Institute for Housing Research, Uppsala University.

Hartig, T., F.G. Kaiser, and P.A. Bowler. 2001. Psychological restoration in nature as a positive motivation for ecological behavior. Environment and Behavior 33(4): 590-607.

Hartig, T., P.A. Bowler, and A. Wolf. 1994. The Psychological Ecology of Ecological Restoration. Restoration and Management Notes 12(2): 133-137.

Haworth and Anderson. 1971. Environmental Impact Statement Campus Drive Extension.

Herring, M. August 1997. Burns Pinyon Ridge Reserve. University of California Natural Reserve System, Oakland, California. 4 pp.

Hood, C., T. Siptroth, and D. Willick. December, 1992. A checklist of the birds of the San Joaquin Wetlands. 2 pages.

Hook, E.H., A.J. Lai, B.S. Nerhus, P.A Bowler and W.L. Bretz.† 2006.† Characterization of the Estuarine Zone Extending from Upper Newport Back Bay into San Diego Creek.

Hsieh, J.† 2010.† San Joaquin Marsh Reserve.† A handmade book created as a class project for Advanced Graphic Studio 1, Art Center College of Design in Pasadena.

 

Hurd, G.S. 1979. Cultural Resources on the UC Irvine Campus. Manuscript on file, Office of Physical Planning, University of California, Irvine.

Hurd, G.S. 1980. Test Excavation Report for CA-Ora-116. Manuscript on file, Office of Physical Planning, University of California, Irvine.

Hurd, G.S. 1984. Progress Report on CA-ORO-116. Manuscript on file, Office of Physical Planning, University of California, Irvine.

Hurd, G.S. and M.E. Macko. 1989. Archaeological Test Results, Significance Evaluations, and Recommendations for Mitigation of Impacts at CA-Ora-115A, -115B, -116, & -121B, University of California, Irvine, North Campus. Archaeology Division, The Keith Companies, Costa Mesa, California. Submitted to the University of California, Irvine.

IT Corporation. August 1989. Solid Waste Assessment Test. San Joaquin Road Landfill. Final Report. Project No. 240869. Prepared for County of Orange, Waste Management Program.

Josselyn, M., W. Martin, P. Goodwin, and L. Fishbain (Philip Williams and Associates, Ltd.). February 1997. San Joaquin Marsh Enhancement Plan. Revised Plan for the University of California Natural Reserve System. Prepared for the California Coastal Conservancy.

Kaiser, F.G., M. Ranney, T. Hartig, and P.A. Bowler. 1999. Ecological behavior, environmental attitude, and feelings of responsibility for the environment. European Psychologist 4: 59-74.

Kamada, D.† February 2008.† Final Report:† Cactus Wren (Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus) 2007 Telemetry Study and the 2007 Monitoring Results of the 2006 Cactus Wren Translocation Study in Orange County, California.† Prepared for the California Department of Fish and Game and the Nature Reserve of Orange County.

Kim, L.J., Catherine A.† Drake, Owen P. Goldsworthy and Paula C. Nuguid.† 2010. Toxicological responses to Bacillus thuringiensis israelensis:† Mortality Comparisons of Two Vernal Pool Inhabitants.† Presented at the 2010 Annual Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program Symposium.† Also submitted to the UROP Journal.

Koerper, H.C. 1981. Prehistoric Settlement and Subsistence in the Newport Bay and Environs, Orange County, California. Doctoral Dissertation, University of California, Riverside.

Krupnick, G.A. 1996. The Dimensions of Floral Herbivory: Direct and Indirect Effects of Meligethes ruffimanus on the Male and Female Reproductive Success of Isomeris arborea. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine.

Krupnick, G.A. and A.E. Weis. 1998. Floral herbivore effects on sex expression in n andromoneicious plant, Isomeris arborea. Plant Ecology 134: 151-162.

Krupnick, G.A. and A.E. Weis. 1999. Games gone to waste: Effects of floral herbivores on male and female reproductive success in Isomeris arborea. Ecology 80: 135-149.

Krupnick, G.A. and A.E. Weis. 1999. The consequences of floral herbivory for pollinator service to Isomeris arborea. Ecology 80: 135-134.

L. P. Leavitt & Associates. February 1977. Construction Documents for Preservation of San Joaquin Fresh Water Marsh. Project No. 993080. Prepared for the University of California Irvine Campus, Irvine, California.

LSA Associates, Inc. September 22, 1995. San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Enhancement Plan.

Marchant, T.A., R. Alcaron, J.A. Simonsen, and H. Koopowitz. 1998. Population ecology of Dudleya multicaulis (Crassulaceae); a rare narrow endemic. Madrono 45(3): 215-220.

Mathias, M.E. 1970. Natural Land and Water Reserves System of the University of California. Biological Construction 2(4).

Natural Reserve System.† April, 2006. University of California Natural Reserve System: K - 12 Environmental Education in the Natural Reserve System. 30 pp. http://nrs.ucop.edu/program_reports/index.htm

Natural Reserve System.† April, 2008. University of California Natural Reserve System: Special Research Projects.† National Center and Other Landscape-scale Projects that Utilize NRS Reserves.† 19 pp.

Natural Reserve System.† August, 2006.† University of California Natural Reserve System:† UC Courses Hosted by UC Natural Reserves. 43 pp.

Nerhus, B., Endemic Environmental Services.† Fall 2009.† San Joaquin Marsh Wetland Enhancement Project Turtle Monitoring Report.† Prepared for Vestar.

Nerhus, B.S, Jr., L.C. Jackson, P.A. Bowler, and W.L. Bretz.† 2006.†† Studies of the Southwestern Pond Turtle (Clemmys marmorata pallida) in the UC Natural Reserve System San Joaquin Marsh Reserve.†

Northcross, M. 1972. The San Joaquin Marsh Story. New University V-1 4, No. 24, January 25, 1972.

Office of Campus and Environmental Planning.† 2007.† Long Range Development Plan.† A Framework to Guide Physical Development at the University of California, Irvine, Through 2025-2026.

OíBrien, E.A. 1984. Heavy metals in the San Joaquin Marsh. Thesis submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for degree, Master of Science in Engineering, University of California, Irvine. 83 pages.

Orange County Planning Department. November, 1971. The Physical Environment of Orange County.

Orange County Road Department. November 30, 1970. Materials Investigation for the Proposal Campus Drive ñ University Drive to Carlson Avenue.

Orsak, L.J. 1975. The butterflies of Orange County, California. Museum of Systematic Biology Research Series No. 4. University of California, Irvine.

Palacios-Fest, M. 1996. Paleoenvironmental Evolution of the Newport Bay Estuary: The Ostracode Perspective. Manuscript on file, Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona.

Palacios-Fest, M. 1998. Report on Ostracode Analysis of 1,081-cm Core from San Joaquin Marsh, Orange County, California. Manuscript on file, Statistical Research, Inc., Tucson, Arizona.

Philip Williams and Associates, Lt.d,, Michael Brandman Associates, and Wetlands Research Associates. July 1994. Stormwater Treatment Wetlands for the North Campus Development. Prepared for the University of California, Irvine.

Philip Williams and Associates, Ltd., Wetlands Research Associates, Inc., and Hyden Associates, Inc. October 1991. San Joaquin Freshwater Marsh Enhancement Plan. Prepared for the City of Irvine, California Coastal Conservancy, and the University of California Natural Reserve System. 92 pages.

Reznick, D. 1987. Fat and population cycles in the mosquitofish, Gambusia affinis. Mosquito Control Research Annual Report 1987: 37-38.

Ritschel, S.E. 1985. Breeding Ecology of the Red-Winged Blackbird (Agelaius phoeniceus); Tests of Models of Polygyny. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine.

Robert H. Goodman, Jr. Natural History Class webpage† http://www.naturalhistoryclass.org/ Pond Turtle pictures from the Marsh

Rocha, A.† September 20, 2005.† Final Report:† Understanding Annual Variability in Carbon Exchange in a Freshwater Marsh.† Mildred Mathias Final Report, prepared for the University of California Natural Reserve System.

Rocha, A.V. and M.L. Goulden.† 2008.† Large interannual CO2 and energy exchange variability in a freshwater marsh under consistent environmental conditions.† Journal of Geophysical Research 113: G04019 (12 pages).

Rocha, A.V. and M.L. Goulden.† 2009.† Why is marsh productivity so high?† New insights from eddy covariance and biomass measurements in a Typha marsh.† Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 19:† 159 - 168.

Rocha, A.V. and M.L. Goulden.† 2010.† Drought legacies influence long-term carbon balance of a freshwater marsh.† Journal of Geophysical Research 115:† G00H02 (9 pages)

Rocha, A.V., D.L. Potts, and M.L. Goulden.† 2008.† Standing litter as a driver of interannual CO2 exchange variability in a freshwater marsh. Journal of Geophysical Research 113: G04020 (10 pages).

Romsos, J.S. 1998. Home Range, Habitat Use, and Movements of Coyotes in a southern California Urban Environment. Master of Science Thesis, Humboldt State University.

S.D. Miller. 2007. Factors that control Typha marsh evapotranspiration.† Aquatic Botany 86:† 97-106.

Schakaraschwili, G.V. 1986. Flock Size, Foraging and Vigilance in Gambelís Quail. Master of Science Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine.

Schussler, G.F. 1970. Studies on the Hybridization, Competition, and Community Ecology of a Coastal Opuntia-complex in Southern California. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine.

Sexton, C. and G.L. Hunt. 1975. An annotated checklist of the birds of Orange County, California. Museum of Systematic Biology Research Series No. 5. University of California, Irvine.

Smith-Downey, N.V., J.T. Randerson, and J.M. Eiler.† Molecular hydrogen uptake by soils in forest, desert, and marsh ecosystems in California.† 2008. †Journal of Geophysical Research 11: G0307 (11 pages).

Speed, D.C. 1972. An introductory survey of the macroscopic benthic fauna of selected ponds in the San Joaquin Marsh. 11 pages.

Strauch, C. 1970. The marsh. New Worlds of Irvine 1: 22-25.

Talluto, M.V., K. N. Suding, and P.A. Bowler.† 2005.† Factors affecting understory establishment in coastal sage scrub restoration. †Madrono 53(1):† 55-59.

The Irvine Company. June 1973. General Plan.

Thompson, S.D. 1980. Microhabitat Use, Foraging Behavior, Energetics and Community Structure of Heteromyid Rodents. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine.

Thompson, S.D. 1980. Microhabitat Use, Foraging Behavior, Energetics and Community Structure of Heteromyid Rodents. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine.

Toups, Incorporated. October 1973. San Joaquin Marsh Investigation. Prepared for the University of California, Irvine. 66 pages.

Trimble, S.W. 1981. Geopmorphic analysis ñ Newport Bay Watershed. Part II, Task II-B, Technical Memoradum. San Diego Creek Comprehensive Stormwater Sedimentation Control Plan.

University of California, Systemwide Administration. July 1, 1975. University of California Property Atlas.

University of California, Systemwide Administration. July 1, 1975. University of California Property Atlas. UCI Ecological Preserve

USGS, Western Ecological Research Center.† Final Report.† May 25, 2007.† San Joaquin Hills Bobcat Study, Orange County, California:† Data summary. Prepared for The Nature Conservancy (NROC). 18 pages.

USGS, Western Ecological Research Center.† Quarterly Report September 2006. San Joaquin Hills Bobcat Study, Orange County, California:† Data summary. Prepared for The Nature Conservancy (NROC). 18 pages.

UTH. May, 1971. Project Report for Campus Drive from University Drive to Carlson Avenue.

Vasek, F.C., H.B. Johnson, and W.W. Mayhew. 1975. Pinyon Woodlands of the California Reserve System. A Report to the University of California, Natural Land and Water Reserve System as Part of a Resource Inventory. Department of Biology, University of California, Riverside 92502. Unpublished Report, 9 pp. Plus 2 Tables and 2 Appendices.

VTN Corporation. 1971. Environmental Impact Statement on Campus Drive from University to Carlson Avenue.

Watkins, T.B. 1997. A Microevolutionary Study of Locomotor Performance in the Pacific Tree Frog, Hyla regilla. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine.

Weis, A.E. and T.M. Kossler.† 2004.† Genetic variation in flowering time induces phenological assortative mating:† quantitative genetic methods applied to Brassica rapa.† American Journal of Botany 91(6):† 825-836.

William L. Pereira and Associates. March 1970. Long-Range Development Plan, University of California, Irvine, California.

Wilsey and Ham. 1974. Irvine General Plan. City of Irvine.

Wilsey and Ham. January 1975. Preservation of the San Joaquin Marsh. University of California, Irvine, California.

Zembal, R. 1992. Light-footed clapper rail census and study, 1991. Final report to California Department of Fish and Game, Contract FGO409 (FY90/91). 38 pages.

 

 

 

 

 

"Sea Lion rescued from San Diego Creek Channel adjacent to Irvine Civic Center" (having traveled through the Reserve's section of San Diego Creek) at http://www.ci.irvine.ca.us/news/displaynews.asp?NewsID=591&TargetID=1

Interview with Bill Bretz in Zotzine, Spring, 2010: http://www.zotzine.uci.edu/2010_02/?utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=zotzine_2010_02

Academic website pages (other courses such as Field Freshwater Ecology, Bio. E179L have extensive Marsh Reserve segments, but are available only to UCI students or students in the class).† Other sites open to the general public include:

Although not a formal UCI site, the Natural History of Orange County website has several photographs of invertebrates from the Marsh (water boatman and Brachinecta lindahli) at http://mamba.bio.uci.edu/~pjbryant/biodiv/crustacea/Branchiopoda/Branchinecta%20lindahli.htm

UCI Arboretum Quarterly and Volunteer Times articles may be downloaded at
http://nrs.ucop.edu/program_reports/index.htm

UCI Office of Physical Planning. May 1989. Long Range Development Plan. University of California, Irvine.

UCI Office of Physical Planning. May, 1989. Long Range Development Plan. University of California, Irvine.

UCI Webpage Gallery featuring Marsh Photographs and Field Freshwater Ecology Students at http://www.uci.edu/galleries/campusGallery6/

Newspaper and Audubon Society Chapter Reports

Published by the Sea and Sage Chapter of the Audubon Society, Santa Ana, California.
Sea and Sage Audubon Society.† January 3, 2010.† Sea and Sage Audubon Christmas Bird Count.† Area 13 of the Coastal CBC - at the UCI Marsh "San Joaquin Marsh."† All Sea and Sage Audubon Society Christmas Bird Counts are electronically available at the Sea and Sage Audubon Society's "Tattler" back issues at http://www.seaandsageaudubon.org/Tattler/tattler.htm ††


 

 

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