Salmonid Restoration Federation

Sessions at the 37th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference

Floodplain and Stage Zero Restoration
Session Coordinator: 
Brian Cluer, NOAA Fisheries
Strategies for Improving Streamflow
Session Coordinators: 
Matt Clifford, Trout Unlimited
Sarah Nossaman, California Sea Grant
 
Salmonid Foodscapes in River Networks–Synthesizing the Phenology of Habitat Suitability and Food Availability Across a River Network
Session coordinator:
Gabriel Rossi, UC Berkeley
Applications of PIT Tag Technology in the Conservation and Monitoring of Salmonid Populations
Session Coordinators:
Dr. Joseph Kiernan and Rosealea Bond, Fisheries Ecology Division, Southwest Fisheries Science Center, National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Let The River Run: Insights into Understanding the Klamath Basin
Session Coordinators: 
Mike Belchik, Yurok Tribe 
Cynthia Le Doux-Bloom, Hoopa Valley Tribe
Craig Tucker, Karuk Tribe
 
Floodplains and Functions: From Concept to Creation
Session Chair:
Eric Ginney, Environmental Science Associates
Private land forest conversion for cannabis cultivation in Trinity County, 2009
Growing Impacts: Cannabis and Instream Flows
Session Coordinators: 
Elijah Portugal, Cannabis and Instream Flow Branch, CDFW
Eli Asarian, Riverbend Sciences
Possibility of a Renaissance for Spring-Run Chinook: Fact or Fiction?
Session Coordinator: 
Cynthia Le Doux-Bloom, Hoopa Valley Tribe TEPA
 
Innovations in the Science and Management of Dry Season Water Supply for Salmonid Recovery in California
Session Coordinator: 
Tim Bailey, Institute for Sustainable Forestry
Documenting the Biological and Environmental Effects of Low Flow
Session Coordinators: 
Sarah Nossaman and Mariska Obedzinski, California Sea Grant
The Freshwater-Estuarine Transition Zone
Session Coordinators: 
Jay Stallman and Abel Brumo, Stillwater Sciences