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Jason B. Dunham

Dunham, Jason B.

Supervisory Research Ecologist

Office: 541-750-0990
Fax: 541-758-8806
3200 SW Jefferson Way
Corvallis, OR 97331


Ph.D. Ecology Evolution and Conservation Biology from University of Nevada-Reno


Aquatic Ecology

Research Interests

Landscape ecology of aquatic ecosystems, conservation biology of focal species, ecology of natural disturbance, biological invasions, monitoring

Personal Interests

Australian cattledogs, mycophilia, water sports

Research Team

Aquatic Ecology Laboratory - Team Page


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Arismendi, I., Johnson, S.L., Dunham, J.B., 2015, Higher statistical moments and an outlier detection technique as two alternative methods that capture long-term changes in continuous environmental data: Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, v. 19, p. 1169-1180. [Details]

Black, B.A., Dunham, J.B., Blundon, B.W., Brim-Box, J.C., Tepley, A., 2015, Long-term growth-increment chronologies reveal diverse influences of climate forcing on freshwater and forest biota in the Pacific Northwest. DOI- 10.1111/gcb.12756: Global Change Biology, v. 21, no. 2, p. 594-604. [Details]

Chelgren, N.D., Dunham, J.B., 2015, Connectivity and conditional models of access and abundance of species in stream networks. DOI- 10.1890/14-1108.1: Ecological Applications, v. 25, no. 5, p. 1357-1372. [Details]

Chelgren, N.D., Dunham, J.B., 2015, Stream Segments Captures and Crossings Associated With 2012 Aquatic Organism Passage Study Siuslaw National Forest. DOI- 10.5066/F71R6NJT: p. ScienceBase. [Details]

Dunham, J.B., 2015, Rangewide climate vulnerability assessment for threatened Bull Trout: Final Report to Northwest Climate Science Center, p. 1-47. [Details]

Falke, J.A., Flitcroft, R.L., Dunham, J.B., McNyset, K.M., Hessburg, P.F., Reeves, G.H., 2015, Climate change and vulnerability of bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) in a fire-prone landscape. DOI- 10.1139/cjfas-2014-0098: Canadian Journal Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, v. 72, p. 304-318. [Details]

Penaluna, B.E., Railsback, S.F., Dunham, J.B., Johnson, S.L., Bilby, R.E., Skaugset, A.E., 2015, The role of the geophysical template and environmental regimes in controlling stream-living trout populations. DOI- 10.1139/cjfas-2014-0377: Canadian Journal Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, v. 72, p. 893-901. [Details]

Penaluna, B., Dunham, J.B., Noakes, D.L., 2015, Instream cover and shade mediate avian predation on trout in semi-natural streams. DOI- 10.1111/eff.12221: Ecology of Freshwater Fish, p. online. [Details]

Penaluna, B., Dunham, J.B., Railsback, S.F., Arismendi, I., Johnson, S.L., Bilby, R.E., Safeeq, M., Skaugset, A., 2015, Local variability mediates vulnerability of trout populations to land use and climate change. DOI-10.1371/journal.pone.0135334: PLOS ONE, v. 10, no. 8, p. e0135334. [Details]

Rosenberger, A.E., Dunham, J.B., Neuswanger, J.R., Railsback, S.F., 2015, Legacy effects of wildfire on stream thermal regimes and rainbow trout ecology- an integrated analysis of observation and individual-based models: Freshwater Science, p. online. [Details]


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