Publications

All publications related to Ecohydrology
PublicationPub. TypePub. YearSCCWRP Pub. #Related Topic Areas

Giraldo, M.A., S. Dark, P. Pendleton, E.D. Stein, R.D. Mazor, J. Andreas. 2019. Environmental predictors of stream flow in semi-arid watersheds for biological assessments. Ecological Indicators 104:429-438.

Journal Article20191098Bioassessment, Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., Y. Sanchez. 2019. Review of Recreational Uses and Associated Flow Needs Along the Main-stem of Los Angeles River. Technical Report 1088. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20191088Ecohydrology

Taylor, J., E.D. Stein, M. Beck, K. Flint, A. Kinoshita. 2019. Vulnerability of Stream Biological Communities in Los Angeles and Ventura Counties to Climate Change Induced Alterations of Flow and Temperature. Technical Report 1084. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20191084Climate Change, Ecohydrology

Gudino-Elizondo, N., T.W. Biggs, R.L. Bingner, E.J. Langendoen, T. Kretzschmar, E.V. Taguas, K.T. Taniguchi-Quan, D. Liden, Y. Yuan. 2019. Modelling Runoff and Sediment Loads in a Developing Coastal Watershed of the US-Mexico Border. Water 11:1024.

Journal Article20191078Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., J.S. Brown, A. Barrera. 2019. Aquatic Resource Type Conversion Evaluation Framework: Literature Review and Summary of Existing State of Practice. Technical Report 1074. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20191074Climate Change, Ecohydrology

Parker, S.R., S.K. Adams, R.W. Lammers, E.D. Stein, B.P. Bledsoe. 2019. Targeted hydrologic model calibration to improve prediction of ecologically-relevant flow metrics. Journal of Hydrology 573:546-556.

Journal Article20191069Ecohydrology

McCune, K., R.D. Mazor. 2019. Review of Flow Duration Methods and Indicators of Flow Duration in the Scientific Literature: Arid Southwest. Technical Report 1063. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20191063Bioassessment, Ecohydrology

Lane, B.A., S. Sandoval-Solis, E.D. Stein, S.M. Yarnell, G.B. Pasternack, H.E. Dahlke. 2018. Beyond Metrics? The Role of Hydrologic Baseline Archetypes in Environmental Water Management. Environmental Management DOI:10.1007/s00267-018-1077-7.

Journal Article20181060Ecohydrology

Howard, J.K., K.A. Fesenmyer, T.E. Grantham, J.H. Viers, P.R. Odes, P.B. Moyle, S.J. Kupferburg, J.L. Furnish, A. Rehn, J. Slusark, R.D. Mazor, N.R. Santos, R.A. Peek, A.N. Wright. 2018. A Freshwater Blueprint for California: Prioritizing freshwater habitat for conservation in California to maximize biodiversity and leverage existing protected areas. Freshwater Science DOI:10.1086/697996.

Journal Article20181036Climate Change, Ecohydrology

Sengupta, A., S.K. Adams, B.P. Bledsoe, E.D. Stein, K. McCune, R.D. Mazor. 2018. Tools for managing hydrologic alteration on a regional scale: Estimating changes in flow characteristics at ungauged sites. Freshwater Biology DOI:10.1111/fwb.13074.

Journal Article20181019Ecohydrology

Sengupta, A., R.J. Hawley, E.D. Stein. 2018. Predicting Hydromodification in Streams using Non-Linear Memory Based Algorithms. A Southern California case study. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management DOI:10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0000853.

Journal Article20181006Ecohydrology

Mazor, R.D., J.T. May, A. Sengupta, K. McCune, B.P. Bledsoe, E.D. Stein. 2018. Tools for managing hydrologic alteration on a regional scale: Setting targets to protect stream health. Freshwater Biology DOI:10.1111/fwb.13062.

Journal Article20181015Ecohydrology

Arthington, A.H., J.G. Kennen, E.D. Stein, J.A. Webb. 2018. Recent advances in environmental flows science and water management - Innovation in the Anthropocene. Freshwater Biology DOI:10.1111/fwb.13108.

Journal Article20181033Climate Change, Ecohydrology

Kennen, J.G., E.D. Stein, J.A. Webb. 2018. Evaluating and managing environmental water regimes in a water-scarce and uncertain future. Freshwater Biology DOI:10.1111/fwb.13104.

Journal Article20181035Climate Change, Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., J. Taylor, A. Sengupta, S.M. Yarnell. 2018. Evaluating the Effect of Changes in Flow and Water Temperature on Stream Habitats and Communities in the Los Angeles/Ventura Region. Technical Report 1034. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20181034Climate Change, Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., A. Sengupta, R.D. Mazor, K. McCune, B.P. Bledsoe, K. McCune, S. Adams. 2017. Application of regional flow-ecology relationships to inform watershed management decisions: Application of the ELOHA framework in the San Diego River watershed, California, USA. Ecohydrology 10:1869.

Journal Article20170992Climate Change, Ecohydrology

Fong, L.S., E.D. Stein, R.F. Ambrose. 2017. Development of Restoration Performance Curves for Streams in Southern California Using an Integrative Condition Index. Wetlands 37:289-299.

Journal Article20170962Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., R.D. Mazor, A. Sengupta, K. McCune, B. Bledsoe, S. Adams, S. Eberhart, M. Pyne, P. Ode, A. Rehn. 2017. Development of Recommended Flow Targets to Support Biological Integrity Based on Regional Flow-ecology Relationships for Benthic Macroinvertebrates in Southern California Streams. Technical Report 974. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20170974Bioassessment, Ecohydrology, Regional Monitoring, Southern California Stormwater Monitoring Coalition

Chiu, M.C., C. Leigh, R.D. Mazor, N. Cid, V. Resh. 2017. Anthropogenic Threats to Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams. in: T. Datry, N. Bonada, A. Boulton (eds.), Intermittent Rivers and Ephemeral Streams: Ecology and Management pp. 433-454. Academic Press. London, UK.

Book Chapter20170993Bioassessment, Ecohydrology, Indices Of Biotic Integrity

Pyne, M.I., D.M. Carlisle, C.P. Konrad, E.D. Stein. 2017. Classification of California streams using combined deductive and inductive approaches: Setting the foundation for analysis of hydrologic alteration. Ecohydrology 10:e1802.

Journal Article20170969Ecohydrology

Saintilan, N., K. Rogers, C. Toms, E.D. Stein, D. Jacobs. 2016. Intermittent Estuaries: Linking Hydro-geomorphic Context to Climate Change Resilience. Journal of Coastal Research 75:133-137.

Journal Article20160959Climate Change, Ecohydrology, Sea Level Rise

Stein, E.D., A. Sengupta, R.D. Mazor, K. McCune. 2016. Application of Regional Flow-ecology to Inform Management Decision in the San Diego River Watershed. Technical Report 948. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Authority. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20160948Climate Change, Ecohydrology

Cloern, J.E., P.J. Barnard, E. Beller, J.C. Callaway, L. Grenier, E.D. Grosholz, R. Grossinger, K. Hieb, J.T. Hollibaugh, N. Knowles, M. Sutula, S. Veloz, K. Wasson, A. Whipple. 2016. Estuaries: Life on the edge. in: H. Mooney, E. Zavaleta (eds.), Ecosystems of California pp. 133-137. University of California Press. Berkeley, CA.

Book Chapter20161024Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., B. Bledsoe. 2013. Framework for Developing Hydromodification Monitoring Programs. Technical Report 752. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20130752Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., B. Bledsoe. 2013. Modeling and Managing Hydromodification Effects: Summary of Available Tools and Decision-Making Approach. Technical Report 753. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20130753Ecohydrology

Wang, P.F., M. Sutula, B. Chadwick, W. Choi. 2013. Watershed Loading, Hydrodynamic, and Water Quality Modeling in Support of the Loma Alta Slough Bacteria and Nutrient TMDL. Technical Report 666. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20130666Ecohydrology, Eutrophication

Stein, E.D., M.R. Cover, A.E. Fetscher, C. O'Reilly, R. Guardado, C.W. Solek. 2013. Reach-scale geomorphic and biological effects of localized streambank armoring. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 49:780-792.

Journal Article20130754Ecohydrology

Bledsoe, B.P., E.D. Stein, R.J. Hawley, D. Booth. 2012. Framework and tool for rapid assessment of stream susceptibility to hydromodification. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48:788-808.

Journal Article20120715Ecohydrology

Hawley, R.J., B.P. Bledsoe, E.D. Stein, B.E. Haines. 2012. Channel evolution model of semiarid stream response to urban-induced hydromodification. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 48:722-744.

Journal Article20120714Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., F. Federico, D.B. Booth, B.P. Bledsoe, C. Bowles, Z. Rubin, G.M. Kondolf, A. Sengupta. 2012. Hydromodification Assessment and Management in California. Technical Report 667. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20120667Ecohydrology

Lopez, S.R., T.S. Hogue, E.D. Stein. 2012. A framework for evaluating regional hydrologic sensitivity to climate change using archetypal watershed modeling. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences Discussions 9:13729-13771.

Journal Article20120740Climate Change, Ecohydrology

Liu, S., T. Hogue, E.D. Stein, J. Barco. 2011. Contemporary and Historical Hydrologic Analysis of the Ballona Creek Watershed. Technical Report 683. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20110683Ecohydrology

Dark, S., E.D. Stein, D. Bram, J. Osuna, J. Monteferante, T. Longcore, R. Grossinger, E. Beller. 2011. Historical Ecology of the Ballona Creek Watershed. Technical Report 671. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20110671Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., M. Cover, C. O'Reilly, J.J. Hayes, A.E. Fetscher, R. Ambrose, L.S. Fong, R. Guardado, C. Solek, G.M. Kondolf, C. Alford, C. Zuri. 2011. Evaluation of Stream Condition Indicators for Determining Effects of Direct Hydromodification via Stream Bank Armoring. Technical Report 643. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20110643Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., K. Vyverberg, G.M. Kondolf, K. Janes. 2011. Episodic Stream Channels: Imperatives for Assessment and Environmental Planning in California - Proceedings of a Special Technical Workshop. Technical Report 645. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20110645Ecohydrology

Hawley, R.J., B.P. Bledsoe, E.D. Stein. 2011. Hydromodification Effects on Flow Peaks and Durations in Southern California Urbanizing Watersheds. Technical Report 654. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20110654Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., S. Dark, T. Longcore, R. Grossinger, N. Hall, M. Beland. 2010. Historical ecology as a tool for assessing landscape change and informing wetland restoration priorities. Wetlands 30:589-601.

Journal Article20100617Ecohydrology

Booth, D.B., S.R. Dusterhoff, E.D. Stein, B.P. Bledsoe. 2010. Hydromodification Screening Tools: GIS-based catchment analyses of potential changes in runoff and sediment discharge. Technical Report 605. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20100605Ecohydrology

Bledsoe, B.P., R.J. Hawley, E.D. Stein, D.B. Booth. 2010. Hydromodification Screening Tools: Field Manual (Appendix A). Technical Report 606.A. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20100606.AEcohydrology

Bledsoe, B.P., R.J. Hawley, E.D. Stein, D.B. Booth. 2010. Hydromodification Screening Tools: Field Manual (Appendix B). Technical Report 606.B. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20100606.BEcohydrology

Bledsoe, B.P., R.J. Hawley, E.D. Stein, D.B. Booth. 2010. Hydromodification Screening Tools: Field manual for assessing channel susceptibility. Technical Report 606. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20100606Ecohydrology

Bledsoe, B.P., R.J. Hawley, E.D. Stein, D.B. Booth. 2010. Hydromodification Screening Tools: Technical Basis (Appendix A). Technical Report 607.A. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20100607.AEcohydrology

Bledsoe, B.P., R.J. Hawley, E.D. Stein, D.B. Booth. 2010. Hydromodification Screening Tools: Technical Basis (Appendix B). Technical Report 607.B. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20100607.BEcohydrology

Bledsoe, B.P., R.J. Hawley, E.D. Stein, D.B. Booth. 2010. Hydromodification Screening Tools: Technical Basis (Appendix C). Technical Report 607.C. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20100607.CEcohydrology

Bledsoe, B.P., R.J. Hawley, E.D. Stein, D.B. Booth. 2010. Hydromodification Screening Tools: Technical basis for development of a field screening tool for assessing channel susceptibility to hydromodification. Technical Report 607. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20100607Ecohydrology

Bledsoe, B., R. Hawley, E.D. Stein. 2008. Stream channel classification and mapping systems: implications for assessing susceptibility to hydromodification effects in southern California. Technical Report 562. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20080562Ecohydrology

Ackerman, D., E.D. Stein. 2008. Estimating the variability and confidence of land use and imperviousness relationships at a regional scale. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 44:996-1008.

Journal Article20080566Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., D. Ackerman. 2007. Hydrodynamic modeling of the San Gabriel River estuary. Technical Report 511. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20070511Ecohydrology

Rosenberger, K.J., J. Xu, E.D. Stein, M.A. Noble, A.L. Gartner. 2007. Circulation and physical processes within the San Gabriel River estuary during summer 2005. Technical Report 501. U.S. Geological Survey. Reston, VA.

Technical Report20070501Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., L.L. Tiefenthaler, K.C. Schiff. 2007. Sources, patterns and mechanisms of storm water pollutant loading from watersheds and land uses of the greater Los Angeles area, California, USA. Technical Report 510. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20070510Ecohydrology, Stormwater And Urban Runoff

Stein, E.D., V.K. Yoon. 2007. Assessment of water quality concentrations and loads from natural landscapes. Technical Report 500. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Costa Mesa, CA.

Technical Report20070500Ecohydrology

Stein, E.D., S. Zaleski. 2006. Managing runoff to protect natural streams: the latest developments on investigation and management of hydromodification in California. Technical Report 475. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20060475Ecohydrology, Stormwater And Urban Runoff

Nezlin, N.P., A.G. Kostianoy, B.L. Li. 2005. Inter-annual variability and interaction of remote-sensed vegetation index and atmospheric precipitation in the Aral Sea region. Journal of Arid Environments 62:677-700.

Journal Article20050454Ecohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams. Technical Report 450. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450Ecohydrology, Southern California Stormwater Monitoring Coalition, Stormwater And Urban Runoff

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix A - Borrego Canyon& Serrano Creek Map). Technical Report 450.A4. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.A4Ecohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix A - Dry Canyon Map). Technical Report 450.A6. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.A6Ecohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix A - Hasley Canyon Map). Technical Report 450.A2. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.A2Ecohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix A - Hicks Canyon Wash Map). Technical Report 450.A7. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.A7Ecohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix A - Plum Canyon Map). Technical Report 450.A3. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.A3Ecohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix A - Santiago Creek Map). Technical Report 450.A5. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.A5Ecohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix A - Topanga Creek Map). Technical Report 450.A1. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.A1Ecohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix A). Technical Report 450.A. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.AEcohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix B1). Technical Report 450.B1. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.B1Ecohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix B2). Technical Report 450.B2. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.B2Ecohydrology

Coleman, D., C. MacRae, E.D. Stein. 2005. Effect of increases in peak flows and imperviousness on the morphology of southern California streams (Appendix C). Technical Report 450.C. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Westminster, CA.

Technical Report20050450.CEcohydrology

Stein, E.D., M. Mattson, A.E. Fetscher, K.J. Halama. 2004. Influence of Geologic Setting on Slope Wetland Hydrodynamics. Wetlands 24:244-260.

Journal Article20040437Ecohydrology

Hendricks, T.J. 1987. Characteristics of the mid-water and near-bottom currents in the vicinity of the Encina outfall and the head of Carlsbad Canyon. Technical Report 198. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project. Long Beach, CA.

Technical Report19870198Ecohydrology