2013 – Restoring Salmon Creek Tidal Processes to Create a Diversity of Estuarine Habitats – Presented by Michael Love at the Salmonid Restoration Federation Off-Channel Habitat Workshop, Fortuna, CA.
2013 – Designing Fishways Based on Morphology of Steep Streams – Presented by Michael Love at Fish Passage 2013 in Corvallis, OR.
2013 – Flood Channels: Developing Fish Passage Resting Pools in a Concrete Channel Using Fish Energetics and Hydrodynamic Modeling – Presented by Michael Love at Fish Passage 2013 in Corvallis, OR.
2010 – Caspar Creek Fishways: Labyrinth Spillway Gates, Removable Weirs, Subterranean View Ports and More… – Presented by Michael Love at the Salmonid Restoration Federation and CalNeva Chapter of American Fisheries Society Joint Conference. Redding CA.
2011 – Salmon Creek Estuary Project – Summary of estuary enhancements on the Humboldt Bay Wildlife Refuge, including constructed slough channels, off-channel ponds, and saltmarsh, within a muted tidal environment.
2005 – Salmon Creek Estuary Planning – Summary of planning efforts to identify a restoration strategy for the diked and drained tidelands within the Humboldt Bay Wildlife Refuge.
2010 – Fish Passage Toolbox: Approaches to Solving Fish Passage Problems – Examples of geomorphic and hydraulic approaches to fish passage that are used in the California Department of Fish and Game’s new Fish Passage Design & Implementation Manual (Part XII)
2004 – Peacock Creek Pool and Weir Fishway – Innovative concrete pool and vortex weir fishway, partially covered by metal arch culvert.