Salmonid Restoration Federation
Recovery Strategies for Coastal Salmonids
March 19 - 22, 2014
Santa Barbara, California

Sessions at the 32nd Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference

Friday, March 21, 2014

Plenary Session

Master of Ceremonies:
Thomas Williams, PhD, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries

Recovery Strategies for Coastal Salmonids
Charlotte Ambrose, Central Coast Recovery Coordinator, NOAA Fisheries, West Coast Region

Drought and California’s Climate of Extremes
Frances Malamud-Roam, PhD, co-author of The West Without Water, and Senior Environmental Planner at Caltrans

Southern Steelhead Habitat: It’s All About Water and Boulders
Ed Keller, PhD, UC Santa Barbara

Adaptive Monitoring to a Large Scale Restoration Action
George Pess, PhD, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA Fisheries

Fish-Habitat Relationships and the Effectiveness of Habitat Restoration

Session Coordinator:
Bob Pagliuco, NOAA Fisheries

Landscape Ecology of Pacific Salmonids

Session Coordinator:
Thomas H. Williams, NOAA Fisheries Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Santa Cruz, CA 

Steelhead Life Histories

Session Coordinator:
Jacob Katz, Cal Trout

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Southern California Steelhead Recovery Planning and Science

Session Coordinators:
Bruce Orr and Ethan Bell, Stillwater Sciences

Overcoming "It's Just An Urban Stream": Case Studies In Urban Stream and River Restoration

Session Coordinator:
Ann L. Riley, PhD, Watershed and Stream Protection Advisor, San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board

Dams: Learning to Live With and Without Them

Session Coordinator:
Shawn Chartrand, Balance Hydrologics, Inc.

California's Powerful Salmon Restoration Economy – Collaborating to Provide the Influence Necessary to Focus Restoration and Turn Recovery Into Reality

Session Coordinator:
Lisa Hulette, The Nature Conservancy

Southern and Central California Steelhead Habitat Rehabilitation from Tributaries to Estuaries

Session Coordinators:
Scott Dusterhoff, San Francisco Estuary Institute
Peter Brand, California Coastal Conservancy
Bruce Orr, Stillwater Sciences

Historical Ecology of Salmonids

Session Coordinators:
Dougald Scott, PhD