Estuary science to support adaptive management (Salish Sea 2011)

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Eric Grossman at USGS and Roger Fuller at TNC developed this session of the Salish Sea Ecosystem Science Conference (2011) to bring together a panel to discuss how science relates to decision making in the restoration of estuarine sites (with an emphasis on large river deltas

Contents

Roger Fuller - The Nature Conservancy

Introduction: Solutions to enhance restoration/adaptive management success

Curtis Tanner - Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

Strategic restoration and protection of nearshore ecosystems in the southern Salish Sea

Annemarie De Andrade - Fraser River Estuary Management Program

Achieving integrative and collaborative ecosystem management in the Fraser River Estuary

Eric Grossman - USGS CHiPS Team Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center and Roger Fuller, The Nature Conservancy

Incorporating cumulative watershed and climate change effects in estuary recovery in the Salish Sea

Sean Boyd - Science & Technology Branch, Environment Canada

Why are estuarine marshes in the Salish Sea disappearing and what must be done to fix the problem?

Casimir Rice - NOAA

A scientific monitoring framework for estuary restoration in the Salish Sea

Paul Cereghino - NOAA Restoration Center

A Salish Sea Learning Network: Using conceptual models, contract deliverables, and social networks

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