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Climate change and the freshwater life history of Pacific salmon: what are the implications for Olympic Peninsula salmonids?

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About The Presenter

Gordie Reeves

Gordie ReevesĀ is a research fish biologist and Team Leader with the Corvallis Aquatic and Land Interactions team. His research interests include the influence of large disturbance events on fish and their habitats, landscape ecology, and the development of conservation plan monitoring plans.


About This Presentation

Running time: 19 minutes and 31 seconds

This is part of a collection. See more from the Climate Change Short Course.

Topics covered:

  • Effects on Pacific Northwest Salmonids
  • Salmonid Life Cycle
  • Ocean
  • Adults- Ocean
  • Freshwater
  • Adults- Freshwater
  • Depth vs. Female Size
  • Eggs and Embryos
  • Emergence and Temperature
  • Carnation Creek Example
  • Fry
  • Higher Flows Image
  • Timing of Flows
  • Juveniles
  • Water Networks
  • Smolts
  • Carnation Creek Example
  • Responses
  • Vulnerability- Bull Trout
  • Coho Salmon
  • Fog
  • Summer Steelhead
  • Spring Chinook
  • Winter Steelhead
  • Fall Chinook
  • Environmental Complexity
  • Control Exotic Species
  • Floods
  • Landslides
  • Tools

Production by: Michael Furniss and Jeffrey Guntle, Communications and Applications, PNW and PSW Research Stations

Video by: Ben Nieves, Oregon Street Studios

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