Dana Richard Warren
Assistant Professor, Senior Research
Dept. Fisheries and Wildlife
Oregon State University
Corvallis OR 97331
ph: (541) 737-5319
email: dana.warren ‘at’ oregonstate.edu
I am a research faculty member and instructor in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Oregon State University. I work in aquatic ecosystems and have a broad range of research interests. My primary focus is fish ecology but I take a whole ecosystem perspective in the study of fish and my research therefore encompasses aquatic-terrestrial linkages, stream biogeochemistry, and stream restoration.
Ph.D. - Cornell University 2008
M.S. - Cornell University 2003
B.A. - Skidmore College 1998
- Kratzer J.F., D.R. Warren. 2013. Brook trout biomass limiting factors in northeastern Vermont streams. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 33:130-139
- Bechtold, H.A., E.J. Rosi-Marshall, D.R. Warren, J.J. Cole. 2012. A practical method for measuring integrated solar radiation reaching streambeds. Freshwater Science 31:1070-1077
- Kratzer J.F., D.R. Warren. 2012. How much temporal replication do we need to estimate salmonid abundance in streams? Fisheries Ecology and Management 19:441-443.
- Warren, D.R., M.M. McClure. 2012. Are hatchery-origin juvenile Chinook a meaningful source of salmon-derived nutrients in the Snake River basin? Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 141:1287–1294.
- Ernst, A.G., D.R. Warren, B.P. Baldigo. 2012. Natural-channel-design stream restorations that changed geomorphology have little effect on macroinvertebrate communities in headwater streams. Restoration Ecology. 20:532-540
- Warren, D.R., J. Robinson, D.C. Josephson, D. Sheldon, C.E. Kraft. 2012. Impacts of increasing summer temperatures on spawning phenology for resident trout in a mountain lake. Global Change Biology 18:1804-1811.
Ongoing Research and Collaborations
- Quantifying distribution limits for native and invasive trout in the Great Basin Ecoregion
- Assessing management scenarios for juvenile Chinook salmon in headwater streams
- Influence of current riparian forest management and management legacies on stream ecosystem function and fish production
- Riparian forest structure and its influence on ecosystem processes and secondary production in streams
- Influences of climate on trout life history and reproduction
- Applied Community and Ecosystem Ecology (FW 321) – Applied Comm Ecosyst Ecol Syllabus – Warren
- Effective Communication in Fisheries and Wildlife Science (FW 489)