PSC Seminar Series
The Southern Panel and Coho Technical Committee have launched a virtual seminar series available to the entire PSC family. Arising from the May 11, 2021, workshop on environmental indicators and salmon management, the series will provide 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.
This monthly seminar series will feature noted speakers from the United States and Canada to discuss diverse aspects of environmental variation and their impacts to salmon and management. Following each presentation will be an extended Q & A session to allow in-depth discussion of the topic.
January 10, 2022. Featuring Nick Bond (State Climatologist for Washington) and Faron Anslow (Climatologist at University of Victoria)
April 20, 2022. Featuring Dr. Jonathan Moore (Salmon Watersheds Lab, SFU) and Dr. Karen Dunmall (Arctic Biologist, DFO) with special guests Jody Illasiak and Michelle Gruben
May 25, 2022. Featuring Dr. Teresa Ryan (Faculty of Forestry, UBC; The Mother Tree Project) and Eric Quaempts (Director, CTUIR Department of Natural Resources)
June 15, 2022. Featuring Dr. Curry Cunningham (Assistant Professor, College of Fisheries and Oceans, UAF) and Gottfried Pestal (SOLV Consulting Ltd.)
July 20, 2022. Featuring Brian Riddell (Pacific Salmon Foundation) and Laurie Weitkamp (NOAA) with special guests Richard Beamish (Scientist Emeritus) and Chrys Neville (DFO)