Webcast: Drought Stressor Monitoring
The CDFW Conservation Lecture Series presents: Drought Stressor Monitoring: Summary of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife's Statewide Drought Response
To understand the status of California's at-risk aquatic species and habitat conditions during the historic 2012-2016 drought, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) responded by collecting information on stream temperature and dissolved oxygen, the status and extent of habitat fragmentation, and impacts on aquatic species. Collection of this information was critical as a baseline understanding for management actions taken during and post-drought.
Lecturer is Kristine Atkinson, with the California Department of Water Resources, Riverine Stewardship Section of the Special Restorations Initiatives Branch.
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