Past, Present, and Future Challenges to Natural and Managed Ecosystems

Sagebrush, Salmon, and Syrah in a Non-stationary Environment

 

Special Symposia* include:

 

Volcanism as a Force Shaping Northwest Ecosystems:

Lessons Learned from 35 Years of Research at Mount Saint Helens  

Hosted by The Mount St. Helens Institute

 

Water Resources in a Changing Environment

Hosted by the US Geological Survey (USGS) 

 

Fish Passage Through Managed River Systems 

Hosted by the PNNL

 

Management, Restoration, and Preservation of Sagebrush Lands

Hosted by the USFWS & PNNL

 

Bryophyte & Lichenology

Hosted by Northwest Lichenologists

 

Potential Technical Sessions* could include:

 

Salmon Recovery in the Columbia Basin*

 

Northwest Geology & Paleontology*

 

Pollinator Ecology in Managed and Natural Systems*

 

General Sessions* 

Anthropology & Archaeology; Aquatic Biology; Biogeography; Botany; 

Climatology & Meteorology; Computer Applications; Conservation Biology; Ecology;

Entolomology; Fire Ecology; Fisheries & Wildlife Mgmt; Forestry; Range Management;

Geomorphology; Geology; Hydrology; Limnology; Mathematical Modeling;

Natural Resource Management; Paleontology; Plant Ecology; Soils & Pedology;

Vertebrate Biology; Wetland Ecology; Zoology; and others....

 

  * These sessions will depend upon contributed papers.

 

 

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