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

Climate Change Vulnerability Assessments: The Road to Resilience and Adaptation

March 13, 2015

Session Coordinator: 
Michael J. Furniss, MJ Furniss & Associates

A Brief Introduction to Vulnerability Assessments: Conceptual Model, Terminology, and Early Lessons
Michael J. Furniss. MJ Furniss & Associates

Choosing and Using Climate Change Scenarios for Vulnerability Assessments of California’s Salmonids
Nathan J. Mantua, NOAA Fisheries

California Golden trout: Can their Warming Streams Handle Cattle Grazing and Climate Change?
Kathleen R. Matthews, Pacific Southwest Research Station

Multi-year Drought Effects on Sacramento River Winter-run Chinook
Josh Israel, PhD, US Bureau of Reclamation

Flow Availability Assessment for Salmonid Recovery Planning, Russian River Watershed, CA
Jeremy Kobor, Senior Hydrologist, O'Connor Environmental, Inc.

Predicting Tidal Lagoon Response to Future Conditions Using a Simple Quantified Conceptual Model
Dane Behrens, PhD, ESA PWA