2020 Salmonid Restoration Conference Abstract Submission Form
Please complete this form as part of the abstract submission process for the 2020 Salmonid Restoration Federation Conference, taking place March 31 - April 3 in Santa Cruz, CA.
After submitting this form, you will also need to e-mail a Word Document of your abstract to
Presenter Abstracts are due on November 7, 2019.
Session Coordinator final selections of presenters are due on November 14, 2019.
What is your first name?
What is your last name?
What is your affiliation?
Please write the name of your employer or affiliation exactly as you would want it listed in the Presenter Directory.
Please include your area code.
Please list any credentials that you would like listed next to your name in the Presenter Directory.
No periods, please. Example: PhD, PE, etc. If you don't have any credentials that you would like listed, leave this question blank.
Are you presenting as a student?
What is the title of your abstract?
Will your presentation include a PowerPoint slideshow?
If you are submitting your abstract to a workshop, please indicate which one.
Leave this question blank if you are submitting to a concurrent session.
Fish Passage Design for Road Crossings Workshop and Field Tour
Making Recovery Plans More Actionable
Beavers and Dam Analogues: Recent Insights and Lessons Learned
Assessing Ecological Risks from Streamflow Diversions
If you are submitting your abstract to a concurrent session, please indicate which one.
Leave this question blank if you are submitting to a workshop.
Approaches for Management and Restoration of Central California Coastal Lagoons
Central Valley Anadromous Salmonid Habitat Suitability Criteria
Lessons Learned from 15 Years of the Integrated Watershed Restoration Program
Understanding Historical Context to Inform Current Salmonid Recovery Planning
Creating Opportunities for Community Involvement To Address Common Urban Stream Management Issues
Challenges and Innovations in Salmonid Lifecycle Monitoring in Coastal Streams
Hydrologic Management Insights from Instrumented Watersheds
The Science Informing Salmonid Reintroductions
Salmon Seascape Ecology —Climate Change and Oceanic Conditions
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