Friday, October 28, 2011

Natural resources symposium

The Sacramento-Shasta Chapter of the Wildlife Society will be hosting their Natural Resources Symposium on November 2, 2011.  The symposium will feature talks on climate change, birds and mammals, mitigation and restoration, vernal pools, and regulated flow effects.

The regulated flow effects session will feature topics relevant to our work on the Tuolumne, including an overview of UTREP, a talk by UTREP collaborator Sarah Kupferberg on regulated flows and frogs, and a presentation by UC Davis scientist Sarah Yarnell on suitable snowmelt recession rates below dams.

Registration info can be found on the Sacramento-Shasta Chapter's website.
View or download the agenda here.