WEB SITES & BLOGS
Beaver Advisory Committee for England
Beaver Deceivers: company founded by wildlife biologist Skip Lisle that offers long-lasting, lopw-cost, low-maintenance remedies for beaver-human conflicts,
Beaver Institute: non-profit organization with a mission to resolve all beaver-human conflicts in a science-based manner in order to maximize the many benefits that beavers contribute to the environment. President/Director is Michael Callahan.
Beaver Solutions: company founded by Mike Callahan creates flow devices designed to resolve human/beaver conflicts
Beavers: Wetlands & Wildlife (non-profit dedicated to educating people about the ecological importance of beaver)
Defenders of Wildlife: Restoring Beavers, Nature’s Ecosystem Engineers
Gonzaga University School of Engineering & Applied Science
Grand Canyon Trust – Working with Beaver
Metro (Portland, OR area regional government)
Beavers: Nature’s Wetland Ecosystem Engineers
Oregon State University Watershed Processes Group
Washington Dept. of Fish & Widlife – Living with Wildlife: Beavers
Worth A Dam: martinezbeavers.org
PUBLICATIONS BY AUTHORS FEATURED IN LEAF LITTER
Dittbrenner, Benjamin & M. Pollock, Michael & W. Schilling, Jason & Olden, Julian & Lawler, Joshua & E. Torgersen, Christian. (2018). Modeling intrinsic potential for beaver (Castor canadensis) habitat to inform restoration and climate change adaptation. PLOS ONE. 13. e0192538. 10.1371/journal.pone.0192538.
Pollock, M.M., G.M. Lewallen, K. Woodruff, C.E. Jordan and J.M. Castro (Editors) 2017. The Beaver Restoration Guidebook: Working with Beaver to Restore Streams, Wetlands, and Floodplains. Version 2.0. United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Portland, Oregon. 219 pp. Online at: https://www.fws.gov/oregonfwo/promo.cfm?id=177175812
Pollock, M.M., Timothy J. Beechie, Joseph M. Wheaton, Chris E. Jordan, Nick Bouwes, Nicholas Weber, Carol Volk; Using Beaver Dams to Restore Incised Stream Ecosystems, BioScience, Volume 64, Issue 4, 1 April 2014, Pages 279–290, https://doi.org/10.1093/biosci/biu036
Pollock, M.M., J.M. Wheaton, N. Bouwes, C. Volk, N. Weber, and C.E. Jordan. 2012. Working with beaver to restore salmon habitat in the Bridge Creek intensively monitored watershed: Design rationale and hypotheses. U.S. Dept. Commer., NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-NWFSC-120, 47 p
Bouwes, Nick & Weber, Nick & Jordan, Chris & Saunders, W & Tattam, Ian & Volk, Carol & Wheaton, Joseph & Pollock, Michael. (2016). Ecosystem experiment reveals benefits of natural and simulated beaver dams to a threatened population of steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Scientific Reports. 6. 28581. 10.1038/srep28581.
Pilliod, David & T. Rohde, Ashley & Charnley, Susan & R. Davee, Rachael & B. Dunham, Jason & Gosnell, Hannah & E. Grant, Gordon & Hausner, Mark & Huntington, Justin & Nash, Caroline. (2017). Survey of Beaver-related Restoration Practices in Rangeland Streams of the Western USA. Environmental Management. 61. 10.1007/s00267-017-0957-6.
S. Nash, Caroline & Selker, John & Grant, Gordon & Lewis, Sarah & Noël, Paul. (2018). A physical framework for evaluating net effects of wet meadow restoration on late summer streamflow. Ecohydrology. e1953. 10.1002/eco.1953.
Wathen, Gus & Weber, Nick & Bouwes, Nick & Pollock, Michael & Wheaton, Joseph & Volk, Carol & Jordan, Chris. (2015). Commensalism in the High Desert: juvenile steelhead abundance, movements and microhabitat use around beaver dams.
Weber, Nick & Bouwes, Nick & Pollock, Michael & Jordan, Chris. (2017). Lessons in Beaver Mediated Restoration from the Bridge Creek IMW.
Weber, Nick & Jordan, Chris & Bouwes, Nick & Pollock, Michael & Wheaton, Joseph & Volk, Carol & Wathen, Gus. (2015). Partnering with Beavers to Recover Incised Streams – 5 Years after Restoration on the Bridge Creek Intensively Monitored Watershed. 10.13140/RG.2.1.1401.4160.