Salmonid Restoration Federation
Fisheries Restoration: Planning for Resilience
11 March - 14, 2015
Santa Rosa, California

Beyond the Thin Blue Line: Floodplain Processes, Habitat, and Importance to Salmonids -- Part II

March 14, 2015

Session Coordinators: 
Brian Cluer, NOAA Fisheries
Tommy Williams, NOAA Fisheries

Mimicking Hydrologic Process to Restore Ecological Function, Jacob Katz, CalTrout

Building Landscape Hydrologic Resilience To Climate Change Is Analogous to, and Synonymous with Salmonid Ecosystem Restoration, John McKeon and Brian Cluer, NOAA Fisheries

The Rise of the Stage Zero Channel as a Stream Restoration Goal, Michael Pollock, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries

Restoration of Riparian Forests and Riparian Ecosystem Processes and Implications for Salmon Restoration, Katie Ross-Smith, Cardno Entrix

Yolo Bypass Widening into the Elkhorn Basin: A Multi-Benefit Opportunity for Floodplain Habitat, Flood Relief and Fish Passage, Jai Singh, cbec, Inc.

Cost-effective Planning for Large-Scale Floodplain Habitat Restoration in the Salmon River, western Siskiyou County, California, Jay Stallman and Joel Monshke, Stillwater Sciences