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

Southern and Central California Steelhead Habitat Rehabilitation from Tributaries to Estuaries

22 March 2014

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

Assessing Limiting Factors from Tributaries to the Estuary for the Steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) Population in the Big Sur River
Ethan Bell, Stillwater Sciences

Balancing Habitat Needs for Rearing and Migratory Steelhead with other Beneficial Water Uses in the Santa Clara River Estuary
Noah Hume, PE, PhD, Stillwater Sciences

Scott Creek : The Restoration of a Critical Coastal Lagoon for Steelhead and Coho Recovery
David Revell, PhD, ESA PWA

Habitat Improvement Plan for Lower Piru Creek; Proposed Gravel Augmentation and Water Release Measures
Linda Purpus, United Water Conservation District

Habitat Capacity, Limiting Factors, and Effective Restoration Strategies for Steelhead in the Pescadero Creek Watershed
Joshua Strange, PhD, Stillwater Sciences

Using Imagery and Mapping to Detect Riparian Landscape Changes in Southern California
Brittany Struck, NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region