MARTIN ENVIRONMENTAL

Changing Our Thinking

Publications and Reports of Douglas Martin, Martin Environmental, and Collaborators

Selected Articles

Ice, G.G., G.W. Brown, J.A. Gravelle, C.R. Jackson, J.T. Light, T.E. Link, D.J. Martin, D.J. McGreer, and A.E. Skaugset. 2010. Discussion: “Stream Temperature Relationships to Forest Harvest in Western Washington” by M. Pollock, T. Beechie, M. Liermann, and R. Bigley. Journal of the American Water Resources Association 46(4):838-842.
 
Martin, D. J. 2009. Forest road runoff disconnection survey of private timberlands in Washington. Report prepared by Martin Environmental for Washington Forest Protection Association, Olympia, WA. Download PDF
 

Liquori, M., D. Martin, L. Benda, R. Coats, and D. Ganz. 2008. Scientific literature review of forest management effects on riparian functions for anadromous salmonids. Report of Sound Watershed Consulting to the California State Board of Forestry and Fire Protection, Sacramento, CA.

Martin, D.J. 1984. Growth, food consumption and production of cutthroat trout in relation to food supply and water temperature.  Pages 135‑145 in J. M. Walton and D. B. Houston, editors.  Proceedings of the Olympic wild fish conference, March 23‑25, 1983.

Martin, D. J. 1989. Effects of petroleum contaminated waterways on migratory behavior of adult pink salmon.  Pages 35-38 in L. Jarvela and L. Thorsteinson, editors.  Proceeding of the conference, Gulf of Alaska, Cook Inlet, and North Aleutian Basin Information Update Meeting. OCS Study MMS 89-0041, NOAA Ocean Assessments Division, Anchorage, AK.

Martin, D.J., D.A. Austin, C.J. Whitmus, L.A. Brocklehurst, A.E. Nevissi, and N.J. Bax.  1992.  Tracking the response of adult salmon to an oil spill in three dimensions. Pages 410‑422, in Proceedings of the 4th European International Conference on Wildlife Telemetry.

Martin, D.J., D.R. Glass, C.S. Whitmus, C.A. Simenstad, D.A. Milward, E.C. Volk, M.L. Stevenson, P. Nunes, M. Savoie, and R.A. Grotefendt. 1986. Distribution, seasonal abundance, and feeding dependencies of juvenile salmon and non-salmonid fishes in the Yukon River Delta. Pages 381‑772 in Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment Program, final reports of principal investigators, volume 55. U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA.

Martin, D.J., E.O. Salo, S. T. White, J.A. June, W.A. Foris, and G.L. Lucchetti. 1981. The impact of managed streamside timber removal on cutthroat trout and the stream ecosystem, Part I‑A Summary. Fisheries Research Institute, FRI‑UW‑8107, University of Washington, Seattle.

Martin, D.J., E.O. Salo, and B.P. Snyder. 1977. Field bioassay studies on the tolerances of juvenile salmonids to various levels of suspended solids. Fisheries Research Institute, FRI‑UW‑7713, University of Washington, Seattle.

Martin, D.J., L.J. Wasserman, and V.H. Dale. 1986. Influence of riparian vegetation on post‑eruption survival of coho salmon fingerlings on the west side streams of Mount St. Helens, Washington. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 6(1):1-8.

Martin, D.J., L.J. Wasserman, R.P. Jones, and E.O. Salo.  1982.  Effects of the eruption of Mount St Helens on salmon populations and habitat of the Toutle River. Pages 235-252 in Proceedings from the conference, Mt. St. Helens: Effects on Water Resources. Report No. 41, Washington State Water Research Center, Pullman, WA.

Martin, D.J., C.J. Whitmus, and I. Austin.  1992. Response of migrating adult pink salmon to a simulated oil spill. Pages 131-138 in Conference proceedings, Alaska OCS Region Fourth Information Transfer Meeting. OCS Study MMS 92-0046, U.S. Department of Interior, Minerals Management Service, Anchorage, AK.

Martin, D.J., C.J. Whitmus, L.A. Brocklehurst, AE. Nevissi, J.M. Cox, K Kurrus, 1989. Effects of petroleum contaminated waterways on migratory behavior of adult pink salmon. Pages 281-529 in Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment Program, Final Reports of Principal Investigators, Volume 66 U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA (NTIS PB90-120478/AS)

Martin, D. J., C. S. Whitmus, L. E. Hachmeister, E. C. Volk, and S. L. Schroder.  1987.  Distribution and seasonal abundance of juvenile salmon and other fishes in the Yukon River Delta.  Pages 123‑278 in Outer Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment Program, final reports of principal investigators, volume 63.  U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA.

Sullivan, K., D.J. Martin, and R.D. Cardwell, J.E. Toll, and S. Duke. 2000. An analysis of the effects of temperature on salmonids of the Pacific Northwest with implications for selecting temperature criteria. Sustainable Ecosystems Institute, Portland, OR.

Alaska Forest and Fish Related Articles

Jackson, C. Rhett and D. J. Martin. 2012. Comment on “Does timber harvest influence the dynamics of marine-derived nutrients in Southeast Alaska streams?” Can. J. Fish. Aq. Sci. 69(11):1894-1897.
 
Benda, L. E., D. Miller, J. Sias, D. Martin, R. Bilby, C. Veldhuisen, and T. Dunne.  2003.  Wood recruitment processes and wood budgeting.  Pages 49-74 in S. V. Gregory, K. L, Boyer, and A. M. Gurnell, editors.  The ecology and management of wood in world rivers. American Fisheries Society, Symposium 37, Bethesda, Maryland.

Martin, D.J. 1994. Fish habitat and channel conditions of nine streams in forested lands of Southeast Alaska and Afognak Island. Report of Pentec Environmental, Inc. to Sealaska Corporation, Juneau, AK and Alaska Forest Association, Ketchikan, AK.

Martin, D.J. 1995. A preliminary assessment of fish habitat and channel conditions for streams on forested lands of Southeast Alaska, Report of Pentec Environmental, Inc. to Sealaska Corporation, Juneau, AK and Alaska Forest Association, Ketchikan, AK.

Martin, D.J. 1996. Fish habitat and channel conditions for streams on forested lands of coastal Alaska: an assessment of cumulative effects, 1995 assessment. Report of Pentec Environmental, Inc. to Sealaska Corporation, Juneau, AK and Alaska Forest Association, Ketchikan, AK.

Martin D.J. 2001. The Influence of geomorphic factors and geographic region on large woody debris loading and fish habitat in Alaska coastal streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 21: 429-440. Nominated Best Paper of Year by American Fisheries Society.

Martin, D.J. 2009. Status and trends of fish habitat condition on private timberlands in Southeast Alaska: 2008 summary. Report of Martin Environmental to Sealaska Corporation and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Juneau, Alaska. Alaska Clean Water Action Grant No: 09-11.

Martin, D.J. 2010. Status and trends of fish habitat condition on private timberlands in Southeast Alaska: 2009 summary. Report of Martin Environmental to Sealaska Corporation and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Juneau, Alaska. Alaska Clean Water Action Grant No: 10-06.

Martin, D. J. and L.E. Benda.  2000.  Patterns of wood recruitment and transport in Game Creek.  Project Report, prepared for Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.  Community Water Quality Grant No: NP-01-14.

Martin D.J. and L.E Benda. 2001. Patterns of instream wood recruitment and transport at the watershed scale. Transactions American Fisheries Society 130: 940-958.

Martin, D.J., L. Benda, and T. Quinn. 2007. Ideas for integrated resource management of Sealaska Timberlands. Report of Martin Environmental to Sealaska Corporation, Juneau, AK.

Martin D.J. and R.A. Grotefendt. 2001. Buffer zones and LWD supply. Report of Martin Environmental and Grotefendt Photogrammetric Services to Alaska Forest Association and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation. Community Water Quality Grant No: NP-01-12.

Martin, D. J., and R. A. Grotefendt. 2005. The effectiveness of standard buffer strips to supply LWD to streams in Southeast Alaska. Report of Martin Environmental and Grotefendt Photogrammetric Services to Sealaska Corporation and Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Juneau, AK. Alaska Clean Water Action Grant No. NA04NOS4190030.

Martin, D.J., and R.A. Grotefendt. 2006. Stand mortality in buffer strips and the supply of woody debris to streams in Southeast Alaska. Canadian Journal of Forest Research 37: 36-49.

Martin D.J. and R.A. Grotefendt, and A.S. Baines. 2007. An inventory of tree windthrow and mass wasting disturbances by streams on Sealaska timberlands, Prince of Wales Island Alaska. Report of Martin Environmental and Grotefendt Photogrammetric Services to Sealaska Corporation, Juneau, AK.

Martin, D.J., J.A. Kirtland, and C.R. Jackson. 1996. Fish habitat and channel conditions for streams on forested lands of coastal Alaska: an assessment of cumulative effects, 1994 assessment. Report of Pentec Environmental, Inc. to Sealaska Corporation, Juneau, AK and Alaska Forest Association, Ketchikan, AK.

Martin, D. J., R. B. Morrow, and S. D. Edland. 1991. Factors affecting pink salmon pre-spawner mortality in Southeast Alaska. Report of Pentec Environmental, Inc. to Alaska Working Group on Cooperative Forestry Fisheries Research, Technical Report 91-01.  USDA Forest Service, Juneau, AK.

Martin, D.J., M.E. Robison, and R.A. Grotefendt. 1997.  Fish habitat and riparian stand composition for streams on forested lands of coastal Alaska: 1996 Assessment. Report of Martin Environmental and Grotefendt Photogrammetric Services to Sealaska Corporation, Juneau, AK.

Martin, D. J., M.E. Robinson, and R.A. Grotefendt.  1998.  The effectiveness of riparian buffer zones for protection of salmonid habitat in Alaska coastal streams. Report of Martin Environmental and Grotefendt Photogrammetric Services to Sealaska Corporation, Juneau, AK and Alaska Forest Association, Ketchikan, AK.

Martin D.J., M.E. Robison, S.J. Perkins, and R.A. Grotefendt. 1997.  Monitoring the effects of timber harvest activities on fish habitat in streams of coastal Alaska 1992 -1997. Report of Martin Environmental and Grotefendt Photogrammetric Services to Sealaska Corporation, Juneau, AK.

Martin D.J. and A. Shelly. 2004. Status and trends of fish habitat condition on private timberlands in Southeast Alaska: 2003 Summary. Report of Martin Environmental to Sealaska Corporation and Alaska Department of Natural Resources. Alaska Clean Water Action Grant No: NA170Z2325.

Martin, D.J., and A. Shelly. 2005. Status and trends of fish habitat condition on private timberlands in Southeast Alaska: 2004 summary. Report of Martin Environmental to Sealaska Corporation and Alaska Department of Natural Resources. Alaska Clean Water Action Grant No: NA04NOS4190030.

Martin, D.J., and A. Shelly. 2006. Status and trends of fish habitat condition on private timberlands in Southeast Alaska: 2005 summary. Report of Martin Environmental to Sealaska Corporation and Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Juneau, Alaska. Alaska Clean Water Action Grant No: NA05NOS4191147.

Martin, D.J., and A. Shelly. 2007. Status and trends of fish habitat condition on private timberlands in Southeast Alaska: 2006 summary. Report of Martin Environmental to Sealaska Corporation and Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Juneau, Alaska. Alaska Clean Water Action Grant No: NA06NOS4190191.

Martin, D.J., and A. Shelly. 2008. Status and trends of fish habitat condition on private timberlands in Southeast Alaska: 2007 summary. Report of Martin Environmental to Sealaska Corporation and Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation, Juneau, Alaska. Alaska Clean Water Action Grant No: 08-R07.

Martin Environmental. 1996. Monitoring the effects of timber harvest activities on fish habitat in streams of coastal Alaska 1992 -1996.  Project Status Report prepared for Sealaska Corporation. Juneau, AK.

Martin Environmental. 2004. The effectiveness of riparian buffer zones for the protection of water quality and fish habitat in Michael Creek. Report of Martin Environmental to Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Juneau, AK.

Perkins, S.J.  1998.  Landslide inventory and sediment-response study for monitored Sealaska Streams.  Report of Martin Environmental to Sealaska Corporation, Juneau, AK.