- BA, Biology, with honors, Carleton College
- PhD, School of Aquatic and Fishery Science, University of Washington
Dr. Jonathan Moore is broadly interested in the ecology and management of aquatic ecosystems. General interests include biodiversity, watersheds, species interactions, biogeochemistry, subsidies, ecosystem engineers, disturbance, and global change. He does much of his work in the freshwaters that Pacific salmon call home and so, not surprisingly, works quite a bit on this group of ecologically important species. Dr. Moore and his students aim to do research that has conservation and management implications, and they use a combination of field experiments, field observations, and modeling.
Full publication listing
- Moore, J.W. and J.D. Olden. 2016. Response diversity, non-native species, and disassembly rules buffer freshwater ecosystem processes from anthropogenic change. Global Change Biology. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1111/gcb.13536
- Moore, J.W., J. Gordon, C. Carr-Harris, A.S. Gottesfeld, S.M. Wilson, and J. H. Russell. 2016. Assessing estuaries as stopover habitats for juvenile Pacific salmon. Marine Ecology Progress Series 559: 201-215.
- Nesbitt, H.K., and J.W. Moore. 2016. Species- and population-diversity underpin aboriginal food security. Journal of Applied Ecology.
- Scott, D.C., M. Arbeider, J. Gordon, and J.W. Moore. 2016. Flood mitigation structures transform tidal creeks from nurseries for native fishes to non-native hotspots. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 73:1138-1148.
- Moore, J.W., C. Carr-Harris, A.S. Gottesfeld, D. MacIntyre, D. Radies, M. Cleveland, C. Barnes, W. Joseph, G. Williams, J. Gordon, B. Shepert. 2015. Selling First Nations down the river. Science 349: 596
- Moore, J.W. 2015. Bidirectional connectivity and implications for watershed stability and management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72: 785-795.
- Gordon, J., M. Arbeider, D. Scott, S.M. Wilson, and J.W. Moore. 2015. When the tides don’t turn: floodgates and hypoxic zones in the Lower Fraser River, British Columbia, Canada. Estuaries and Coasts, 1-8.
- Carr-Harris, C., A.S. Gottesfeld, and J.W. Moore. 2015. Juvenile Salmon Usage of the Skeena River Estuary. PLoS ONE 10(3): e0118988.
- Anderson, S.A., J.W. Moore, M.M. McClure, N.K. Dulvy, and A.B. Cooper. 2015. Portfolio conservation of metapopulations under climate change. Ecological Applications 25: 559-572.
- Moore, J.W., M.P. Beakes, H.K. Nesbitt, J.D. Yeakel, D.A. Patterson, L.A. Thompson, C. Phillis, D. Braun, C. Favaro, D. Scott, C. Carr-Harris, and W. Atlas. 2015. Emergent stability in a large free-flowing watershed. Ecology 96: 340-347.
- Moore, J.W., J.D. Yeakel, D. Peard, J. Lough, and M. Beere. 2014. Life-history diversity and its importance to population stability and persistence of a migratory fish: steelhead in two large North American watersheds. Journal of Animal Ecology 5: 1035-1046. (Summary)
- Beakes, M.P., S. Sharron, R. Charish, J.W. Moore, W.H. Satterthwaite, E. Sturm, B.K. Wells, S.M. Sogard, and M. Mangel. 2014. Using scale characteristics and water temperature to reconstruct growth rates of juvenile steelhead Oncorhynchus mykiss. Journal of Fish Biology 84(1): 58-72.
- Yeakel, J.D., J.W. Moore, P.R. Guimaraes Jr, and M.A. de Aguiar. 2014. Synchronization and stability in river metapopulation networks. Ecology Letters 17: 273-283.
- Favaro, C., J.W. Moore, J.D. Reynolds, and M.P. Beakes. 2014. Potential loss and rehabilitation of stream longitudinal connectivity: fish populations in urban streams with culverts. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Science 17: 1805-1816.
- Osterback, A.-M. K. D.M. Frechette, S.A. Hayes, M.H. Bond, S.A. Shaffer, J.W. Moore. 2014. Linking individual size and wild and hatchery ancestry to survival and predation risk of threatened steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 17: 1877-1887.
- Scott, D., J.W. Moore, L.-M. Herborg, C.C. Murray, and N.R. Serrao. 2013. A non-native snakehead fish in British Columbia, Canada: capture, genetics, isotopes, and policy consequences. Management of Biological Invasions 4(4):265-271.
- Heady, W.N., and J.W. Moore. 2013. Tissue turnover and stable isotope clocks to quantify resource shifts in anadromous rainbow trout. Oecologia 172: 21-34.
- Moore, K.D., and J.W. Moore. 2013. Ecological restoration and enabling behavior: a new metaphoric lens? Conservation Letters 6:1-5.
- Moore, J.W., S.M. Carlson, L.A. Twardochleb, J.L. Hwan, J.M. Fox, and S.A. Hayes. 2012. Trophic tangles through time? Opposing direct and indirect effects of an invasive omnivore on stream ecosystem processes. PLoS ONE 7: e50687.
Future courses may be subject to change.