Salmonid Restoration Federation

Sessions at the 38th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Sediment: Management Challenges and the Foundation Of Habitat
Session Coordinators: 
Eric Ginney, ESA
Brian Cluer, NOAA

Approaches for Management and Restoration of Central California Coastal Lagoons
Session Coordinator: 
Dane K Behrens, PhD, PE, Environmental Science Associates

Illustration from A Delta Renewed (San Francisco Estuary Institute, 2016) created by Yiping Lu (UC Berkeley)
Understanding Historical Context to Inform Current Salmonid Recovery Planning
Session Coordinator: 
Jay Stallman, Stillwater Sciences
Creating Opportunities for Community Involvement to Address Common Urban Stream Management Issues
Session Coordinators: 
Ann Riley, Co-founder California Urban Streams Partnership
San Francisco Regional Water Quality Control Board
 
 

Friday, April 3, 2020

Juvenile Chinook Salmon
Seascape Ecology: Overview, Current Events, Movement, and Migration
Session Coordinators: 
Cynthia Le Doux-Bloom, Humboldt State University, Department of Fisheries Biology
Nate Mantua, NOAA, Southwest Fisheries Science Center
Spring-run Release in the San Joaquin River. Photo by Elif Fehm-Sullivan
The Science Informing Salmonid Reintroductions
Session Coordinator: 
Carlos Garza, NOAA Fisheries, Southwest Fisheries Science Center
 

(Un)Dam it! Dam Removal and Fish Passage Projects in California
Session Coordinator: 
Darren Mierau, CalTrout North Coast Director

Sea Surface Temperature map of the California Coast
Seascape Ecology: Growth, Survival, and Foraging in the California Current
Session Coordinators: 
Cynthia Le Doux-Bloom, PhD, Humboldt State University, Department of Fisheries Biology
Nate Mantua, PhD, NOAA, Southwest Fisheries Science Center

Anadromous Salmonid Habitat Suitability Criteria
Session Coordinator: 
Mark Gard, USFWS
The Influence of Food Webs on Salmonid Growth and Performance: A Forgotten Link to Species Resilience
Session Coordinator: 
Robert Lusardi, Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Davis
Challenges and Innovations in Salmonid Lifecycle Monitoring in Coastal Streams
Session Coordinator: 
Jack Eschenroeder, Fish Bio
Hydrologic Management Insights from Instrumented Watersheds
Session Coordinators: 
Tim Bailey, Humboldt County Resource Conservation District
David Dralle, Postdoctoral Researcher, Eel River Critical Zone Observatory, Department of Earth and Planetary Science, University of California, Berkeley, CA