Join us at SRF

Stillwater is proud to be a co-host of the Salmonid Restoration Federation’s 32nd Annual Meeting to be held March 19-22 in Santa Barbara, California this year with the theme of “Recovery Strategies for Coastal Salmonids.” Stillwater is co-leading two sessions; on Saturday morning, Dr. Bruce Orr and Ethan Bell will facilitate “Southern California Steelhead Recovery Planning and Science” and on Saturday afternoon, Bruce will co-lead a session on “Southern and Central California Steelhead Habitat Rehabilitation from Tributaries to Estuaries.”

In addition, Stillwater scientists will present on the following:

Instream Flows for Anadromous Fish Passage on the Intermittent and Partly Regulated Santa Maria River, Coastal Southern California
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Presented by Dr. Derek Booth, with Stillwater co-authors Dr. Yantao Cui, Zooey Diggory, and Dirk Pedersen

Regional Assessment of Instream Flows Needs for Steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in San Luis Obispo County
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Presented by Ethan Bell, with Stillwater co-author Dr. Derek Booth

Habitat Capacity, Limiting Factors, and Effective Restoration Strategies for Steelhead in the Pescadero Creek Watershed
Presented by Dr. Josh Strange, with Stillwater co-authors Frank Ligon and Dr. Peter Baker

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

Balancing Habitat Needs for Rearing and Migratory Steelhead with other Beneficial Water Uses in the Santa Clara River Estuary
Presented by Dr. Noah Hume, with Stillwater co-author Glen Leverich

Historical Ecology of Salmonids in the Klamath River Basin: Perspectives on the Role of Traditional Ecological Management by Indigenous Tribes and Lessons for Modern Times
Presented by Dr. Josh Strange

We hope to see you there!

Posted 12 March 2014.