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Isa Woo
Isa Woo
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Can nutrients alone shift a sedge meadow towards dominance by the invasive Typha× glauca
I Woo, JB Zedler
Wetlands 22 (3), 509-521, 2002
2152002
Accuracy and precision of tidal wetland soil carbon mapping in the conterminous United States
JR Holmquist, L Windham-Myers, N Bliss, S Crooks, JT Morris, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 9478, 2018
902018
Environmental threats to tidal-marsh vertebrates of the San Francisco Bay estuary
JY Takekawa, I Woo, H Spautz, N Nur, JL Grenier, K Malamud-Roam, ...
Studies in Avian Biology 32, 176, 2006
762006
Remote sensing for wetland mapping and historical change detection at the Nisqually River Delta
L Ballanti, KB Byrd, I Woo, C Ellings
Sustainability 9 (11), 1919, 2017
512017
Foraging and growth potential of juvenile Chinook salmon after tidal restoration of a large river delta
AT David, CS Ellings, I Woo, CA Simenstad, JY Takekawa, KL Turner, ...
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143 (6), 1515-1529, 2014
372014
Home range, habitat selection, and movements of California black rails at tidal marshes at San Francisco Bay, California
DC Tsao, JY Takekawa, I Woo, JL Yee, JG Evens
The Condor 111 (4), 599-610, 2009
332009
Changes in habitat availability for outmigrating juvenile salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) following estuary restoration
CS Ellings, MJ Davis, EE Grossman, I Woo, S Hodgson, KL Turner, ...
Restoration Ecology 24 (3), 415-427, 2016
322016
Avian communities in tidal salt marshes of San Francisco Bay: a review of functional groups by foraging guild and habitat association
JY Takekawa, I Woo, R Gardiner, M Casazza, JT Ackerman, N Nur, L Liu, ...
San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science 9 (3), 2011
31*2011
Will inundation and salinity levels associated with projected sea level rise reduce the survival, growth, and reproductive capacity of Sarcocornia pacifica (pickleweed)?
I Woo, JY Takekawa
Aquatic botany 102, 8-14, 2012
292012
Integrated diet analyses reveal contrasting trophic niches for wild and hatchery juvenile Chinook salmon in a large river delta
MJ Davis, I Woo, CS Ellings, S Hodgson, DA Beauchamp, G Nakai, ...
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 147 (5), 818-841, 2018
252018
Measuring sediment accretion in early tidal marsh restoration
JY Takekawa, I Woo, ND Athearn, S Demers, RJ Gardiner, WM Perry, ...
Wetlands Ecology and Management 18 (3), 297-305, 2010
242010
Enhanced invertebrate prey production following estuarine restoration supports foraging for multiple species of juvenile salmonids (Oncorhynchus spp.)
I Woo, MJ Davis, CS Ellings, G Nakai, JY Takekawa, S De La Cruz
Restoration ecology 26 (5), 964-975, 2018
212018
Potential effects of mercury on threatened California black rails
DC Tsao, AK Miles, JY Takekawa, I Woo
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology 56, 292-301, 2009
212009
Vegetation community response to tidal marsh restoration of a large river estuary
LJ Belleveau, JY Takekawa, I Woo, KL Turner, JB Barham, JE Takekawa, ...
Northwest Science 89 (2), 136-147, 2015
202015
Carbon accumulation and vertical accretion in a restored versus historic salt marsh in southern Puget Sound, Washington, United States
JZ Drexler, I Woo, CC Fuller, G Nakai
Restoration Ecology 27 (5), 1117-1127, 2019
182019
Carbon sources in the sediments of a restoring vs. historically unaltered salt marsh
JZ Drexler, MJ Davis, I Woo, S De La Cruz
Estuaries and Coasts 43, 1345-1360, 2020
172020
Gauging resource exploitation by juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in restoring estuarine habitat
MJ Davis, CS Ellings, I Woo, S Hodgson, K Larsen, G Nakai
Restoration Ecology 26 (5), 976-986, 2018
172018
Integrated vegetation management guide
T Drlik, I Woo, S Swiadon
Bio-Integral Resource Center, Berkeley, CA. 16pp, 1998
131998
Freshwater tidal forests and estuarine wetlands may confer early life growth advantages for delta‐reared chinook salmon
MJ Davis, I Woo, CS Ellings, S Hodgson, DA Beauchamp, G Nakai, ...
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 148 (2), 289-307, 2019
122019
Disentangling the effects of habitat biogeochemistry, food web structure, and diet composition on mercury bioaccumulation in a wetland bird
LA Hall, I Woo, M Marvin-DiPasquale, DC Tsao, DP Krabbenhoft, ...
Environmental Pollution 256, 113280, 2020
102020
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