Assessing the effects of chemical mixtures using a Bayesian network-relative risk model (BN-RRM) integrating adverse outcome pathways (AOPs) in three Puget Sound watersheds, Valerie Chu, Meagan J. Harris, Chelsea J. Mitchell, John D. Stark, Katherine E. von Stackelberg, and Wayne G. Landis

From the molecular to population risk to ecosystem services: a risk assessment adaptive management approach for the Salish Sea, Wayne Landis, John D. Stark, Katherine E. Stackelberg, Valerie R. Chu, and Chelsea J. Mitchell

Integrating global climate change stressors and human health and well-being endpoints into a Bayesian network relative risk model of the Skagit River, Eric J. Lawrence, April J. Markiewicz, and Wayne G. Landis


Using metapopulation models to estimate the effects of pesticides and environmental stressors to Spring Chinook salmon in the Yakima River Basin, WA, Chelsea Mitchell, Valerie R. Chu, Meagan J. Harris, Wayne G. Landis, Katherine E. von Stackelberg, and John D. Stark

Assessing the risk of microplastics in marine nearshore environments and biota using the Bayesian network-relative risk model, Kaitlyn N. Spellman, Wayne G. Landis, and Sylvia Yang


Using Bayesian networks to predict water quality based on land use and climate stressors in Australia as a model for application to the Salish Sea., Scarlett E. Graham, Lara Gaasland-Tatro, Anthony A. Chariton, and Wayne G. Landis

Black Swans, Adaptive Managment and the Future of the Salish Sea, Wayne G. Landis and April J. Markiewicz



Evaluating Non-Indigenous Species Eradication Options in a Bayesian Network Derived Adaptive Management Framework, Carlie Herring, Jonah Stinson, and Wayne G. Landis

Evaluating and ranking pressures threatening the recovery of the Puget Sound Ecosystem, William Labiosa, Timothy Quinn, Kenneth P. Currens, Wayne G. Landis, and Robert Johnston