The following sources were summarized on this website, and are available in PDF format, unless otherwise noted.
- Barham, J. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Estuary Restoration Project: 2008-2011. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge. Olympia, Washington.
- Ellings, C.S. and S. Hodgson. 2007. Nisqually Estuary Baseline Fish Ecology Study: 2003-2006. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge and Nisqually Indian Tribe. Olympia, Washington.
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 2005. Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge Final Comprehensive Conservation Plan.
Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing
Geomorphology and Sedimentation
Estuary and Nearshore Changes
- Belleveau, L.J., Takekawa, J.Y., Woo, I., Turner, K.L., Barham, J.B., Takekawa, J.E., Ellings, C.S., Chin-Leo, G. 2015. Vegetation community response to tidal marsh restoration of a large river estuary. Northwest Science 89:2, pg. 136-147.
- Davis, M.J., C. Ellings, E. Grossman, S. De La Cruz, G. Nakai. 2015. Modeling the long-term intersection of sediment deposition and vegetative colonization in a restored tidal estuary [DRAFT]. Olympia, Washington.
Fish — Opportunity, Capacity and Realized Function
- Davis, M.J., I. Woo, A. Smith, C. Ellings, G. Nakai, and S. De La Cruz. 2015. Post-restoration Salmonid Foraging Capacity [DRAFT]. Olympia, Washington.
- Ellings, C.S., E. Grossman, M. Davis, S. Hodgson, K. Turner, I. Woo, J. Takekawa, G. Nakai. 2015. Post-Restoration Changes in Salmonid Opportunity [In Review]. Olympia, Washington.
- Ellings, C.S. N.d. Monitoring and Adaptive Management of the Nisqually Delta after Tidal Marsh Restoration: Restoring Ecosystem Function for Salmon. Final Summary Report prepared for 2009 EPA Tribal Implementation Grant (PA-00J15001).
- David, A.T., C. Ellings, I. Woo, C. Simenstad, J. Takekawa, K. Turner, A. Smith, and J. Takekawa. 2014. Foraging and Growth Potential of Juvenile Salmon after Tidal Restoration of a Large River Delta. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 143:6, 1515-1529.