Workshops and Special Reports
A seminar series providing the latest information on environmental variation, its effects on salmon across their life cycle, and approaches to address this variability in salmon management from both western and indigenous perspectives.
A 2021 workshop intended to share background information and perspectives on the use of environmental indicators to inform salmon management, and to provide examples of using environmental indicators in salmon management.
An independent Expert Panel report evaluating the relative importance of factors that may have affected the abundance and productivity of southern BC Chinook salmon. Workshop held in Vancouver, B.C. on May 22-24, 2013.
Promoting communication among scientists involved with pink & chum salmon research and management in the Pacific Northwest, British Columbia, Alaska, and Asia since 1962.
To develop recommendations for integration of GSI information into a coordinated coast-wide management system to improve the ability of ocean fisheries to access abundant stocks within impact constraints established for other specific stocks and, to the extent possible, to identify and quantify the costs, implementation steps and timeframes to implement these recommendations. Workshops held in May and Sept 2007.
A workshop was held to examine limitations of the CWT program and to evaluate the capacity of alternative technologies to provide data to improve assessment of chinook and coho salmon. Workshops held in June 2004.