Event: 13th Annual Berkeley River Restoration Symposium
Date:Sat, Dec 9th 2017, 8:30am - 12:30pm
Location:Wurster Hall Auditorium, Rm 112, UC Berkeley
The symposium begins with keynote talks by Robin Grossinger (San Francisco Estuary Institute) and Barry Hecht (Balance Hydrologics) discussing how knowledge of history and episodicity can inform restoration planning.
The keynotes will be followed by presentations of graduate student research on topics ranging from post-project appraisals of restoration projects on Redwood Creek, Lagunitas Creek, Codornices Creek, Warner Creek, Guadalupe River to assessing salmonid habitat in San Jose Creek (Santa Barbara), to restoring thermal habitat for salmonids, examining the effects of beaver on mountain meadow restoration, and investigating wetland restoration for carbon sequestration in the Delta. Keynote speakers will provide comments on themes from the research papers, and discussion is open to all.
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