San Joaquin River Restoration Program Science Meeting, June 11 & 12, 2015
The first San Joaquin River Restoration Program Science Meeting is scheduled for June 11 and 12 in Los Banos. The goal of the meeting is to connect those who are doing scientific research and monitoring related to the program, learn preliminary findings, and inform program managers of the results.
All projects funded by the restoration program are invited to present, as are any other programs or efforts related to river restoration that may help inform restoration program activities. Sessions include juvenile Chinook salmon rearing habitat and predation, Adult Chinook salmon migration and return, fish reintroduction, and restoration flows. Click here for the abstract submission form.
The meeting is intended for a technical audience familiar with the program, but the meeting is open to the public and free to attend.