Scott Bonar
Scott Bonar
Professor and Leader, USGS Arizona Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
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Standard methods for sampling North American freshwater fishes
SA Bonar, WA Hubert, DW Willis
Standard sampling of inland fish: benefits, challenges, and a call for action
SA Bonar, WA Hubert
Fisheries 27 (3), 10-16, 2002
The true picture of a lake or reservoir fish stock: A review of needs and progress
J Kubečka, E Hohausová, J Matěna, J Peterka, US Amarasinghe, ...
Fisheries Research 96 (1), 1-5, 2009
Analyzing warmwater fish populations in Washington State
D Fletcher, S Bonar, B Bolding, A Bradbury, S Zeylmaker
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Warmwater Fish Survey Manual 137, 1993
Comparison of upper thermal tolerances of native and nonnative fish species in Arizona
CJ Carveth, AM Widmer, SA Bonar
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 135 (6), 1433-1440, 2006
Stock assessment in inland fisheries: a foundation for sustainable use and conservation
K Lorenzen, IG Cowx, REM Entsua-Mensah, NP Lester, JD Koehn, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 26 (3), 405-440, 2016
Distribution and abundance of nonnative fishes in streams of the western United States
CB Schade, SA Bonar
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 25 (4), 1386-1394, 2005
Use of artificial structure to enhance angler benefits in lakes, ponds, and reservoirs: a literature review
B Bolding, S Bonar, M Divens
Reviews in Fisheries Science 12 (1), 75-96, 2004
An introduction to standardized sampling
SA Bonar, S Contreras-Balderas, AC Iles
Standard methods for sampling North American freshwater fishes. American …, 2009
Relationship between fish size and upper thermal tolerance
MS Recsetar, MP Zeigler, DL Ward, SA Bonar, CA Caldwell
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 141 (6), 1433-1438, 2012
Management briefs: use of ultrasonic images for rapid nonlethal determination of sex and maturity of Pacific herring
SA Bonar, GL Thomas, GB Pauley, RW Martin
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 9 (3), 364-366, 1989
Effects of triploid grass carp on aquatic plants, water quality, and public satisfaction in Washington State
SA Bonar, B Bolding, M Divens
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 22 (1), 96-105, 2002
Estimation of submergent plant bed biovolume using acoustic range information
GL Thomas, SL Thiesfeld, SA Bonar, RN Crittenden, GB Pauley
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 47 (4), 805-812, 1990
Update on the distribution of the invasive Asian fish tapeworm, Bothriocephalus acheilognathi, in the US and Canada
A Choudhury, E Charipar, P Nelson, JR Hodgson, S Bonar, RA Cole
Comparative Parasitology 73 (2), 269-273, 2006
Effects of introduced fishes on wild juvenile coho salmon in three shallow Pacific Northwest lakes
SA Bonar, BD Bolding, M Divens, W Meyer
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134 (3), 641-652, 2005
Monitoring warm‐water fish populations in north temperate regions: sampling considerations when using proportional stock density
MJ Divens, SA Bonar, BD Bolding, E Anderson, PW James
Fisheries Management and Ecology 5 (5), 383-391, 1998
An examination of the effects of chronic static and fluctuating temperature on the growth and survival of spikedace, Meda fulgida, with implications for management
CJ Carveth, AM Widmer, SA Bonar, JR Simms
Journal of Thermal Biology 32 (2), 102-108, 2007
Effect of triploid grass carp on the aquatic macrophyte community of Devils Lake, Oregon
SA Bonar, GL Thomas, SL Th1Esfeld, GB Pauley, TB Stables
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 13 (4), 757-765, 1993
An overview of sampling issues in species diversity and abundance surveys
SA Bonar, JS Fehmi, N Mercado-Silva
Biological diversity: frontiers in measurement and assessment, 11-24, 2011
Effects of flooding on abundance of native and nonnative fishes downstream from a small impoundment
AA Schultz, OE Maughan, SA Bonar, WJ Matter
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23 (2), 503-511, 2003
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