Salmonid Restoration Federation
April 19 - 22, 2022
Santa Cruz, California

Climate, Habitat, and Genetic Factors Influencing Salmonid Success

22 April 2022
1:30pm - 5:00pm
Session Coordinator: Rachel Shea, Michael Love & Associates
 
Minimum Flows to Support Smolt Outmigration During Drought,
Brian Kastl, UC Berkeley
 
California Drought Influences Steelhead Productivity through Impacts on Spring Smolt Conditions,
Haley Ohms, NOAA SWFSC and UCSC
 
Restoration Elements of the Klamath River Renewal Project, 
Daniel Chase, RES
 
Restoring Key Salmon Habitat in the Klamath River to Increase Population Resilience to Climate,
Will Harling, Mid-Klamath Watershed Council
 
Running the Gauntlet: the Burdens of Aquatic Pathogens and River Conditions on California’s Central Valley Chinook Salmon, 
Camilo Sanchez, UC Davis
 
Conservation and Restoration of Adaptive Genomic Variation, 
Devon Pearse, NMFS
 
Factors Affecting Spatiotemporal Variation in Survival of Endangered Winter-Run Chinook Salmon Outmigrating from the Sacramento River,
Jason Hassrick, ICF Fish and Aquatic Sciences