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Fishery resources of the Olympic Peninsula: current status, threats and opportunities for restoration

Climate change and riparian areas
Jessica Halofsky, Pacific Wildland Fire Sciences Lab
23 minutes and 46 seconds

Fishery resources of the Olympic Peninsula: current status, threats and opportunities for restoration

Climate change, fish and watershed management
Pete Bisson, Pacific Northwest Research Station
13 minutes and 40 seconds

Projected climate change and hydrologic impacts on Olympic Peninsula watersheds

Projected climate change and hydrologic impacts on Olympic Peninsula watersheds
Nate Mantua, UW, Climate Impacts Group
19 minutes and 42 seconds

Climate change and the forest ecosystems of the Olympic Peninsula

Climate change and the forest ecosystems of the Olympic Peninsula
Jeremy S. Littell, UW Climate
Impacts Group and College of Forest Resources
22 minutes and 27 seconds

Wildfire, invasive species, climate change and fish in the Pacific Northwest

Wildfire, invasive species, climate change and fish in the Pacific Northwest
Pete Bisson, US Forest Service
25 minutes and 25 seconds

Climate change impacts on Pacific Northwest bull trout: lessons from the interior PNW

Climate change impacts on Pacific Northwest bull trout: lessons from the interior PNW
Dan Isaak, US Forest Service Aquatic Sciences Lab, Boise
25 minutes and 25 seconds

Climate change vulnerabilities through the lens of snorkel surveys on Olympic Peninsula streams

Climate change vulnerabilities through the lens of snorkel surveys on Olympic Peninsula streams
John McMillan, NOAA/Northwest Fisheries Science Center
18 minutes and 38 seconds

Forest Climate Action In Washington State

The future of coastal upwelling for the northern California Current System
Nate Mantua, UW Climate Impacts Group
24 minutes and 37 seconds

The impact of climate change on fish diseases in Olympic Peninsula watersheds

The impact of climate change on fish diseases in Olympic Peninsula watersheds
James Winton, USGS Western Fisheries Research Center
19 minutes 49 seconds

Evaluating the impacts of watershed recovery strategies on salmon in the face of climate change

Evaluating the impacts of watershed recovery strategies on salmon in the face of climate change
Krista Bartz, NOAA/Northwest Fisheries Science Center
22 minutes and 31 seconds

What next? Planning for climate change

What next? Planning for climate change
Amy Snover, UW Climate Impacts Group
23 minutes 3 seconds

What next? Planning for climate change

Elwha Dam removal and the restoration of the Elwha River’s anadromous fish
Brian Winter, Olympic National Park
23 minutes 47 seconds

Impacts and Uncertainties of Climate Change on Stream Habitats and Fish Communities

Impacts and Uncertainties of Climate Change on Stream Habitats and Fish Communities
Dan Issak, February 22, 2007, at the Forest Service Intermountain Regional Integrated Resource Workshop, Ogden, UT.
28 minutes

Hydrology and Geomorphic Evolution of Basaltic Landscapes, High Cascades, OR

Hydrology and Geomorphic Evolution of Basaltic Landscapes, High Cascades, OR
Anne Jefferson, September 20, 2006, Ph.D. defense.
43 minutes

Dividing the Waters- Rethinking Management in a Water-Short World

Dividing the Waters—Rethinking Management in a Water-Short World
Sandra Postel, October 12-18, 2002, Advancing the Fundamental Sciences: A Conference for Forest Service Physical Scientists
48 Minutes

Wildfires and Fish: Implications for Management

Wildfires and Fish: Implications for Management
Bruce Rieman, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Boise Aquatic Sciences Lab
48 minutes

Salmon and Climate Change: Preparing for an Uncertain Future

Salmon and Climate Change: Preparing for an Uncertain Future
Gordon Reeves, USFS Pacific Northwest Research Station, Corvallis, OR
31 minutes

Hydrologic Implications of Climate Change for the Pacific Northwest and the Columbia River Basin

Hydrologic Implications of Climate Change for the Pacific Northwest and the Columbia River Basin
Alan F. Hamlet, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering University of Washington
30 minutes

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