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Managing for resilience in California's inland fishes

Since joining the faculty in UC Berkeley’s Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management in 2008, I have been working to develop a research program centered on the ecology and conservation of California’s inland and anadromous fishes. California’s waterways are generally altered, degraded, and invaded, and native fishes are in decline. My seminar will highlight several research projects in California’s Central Valley and coastal watersheds as well as lessons learned from this research. This body of work highlights the importance of population diversity to the resiliency of native fishes as well as the importance of maintaining a diversity of aquatic habitats, even seasonally-available ones, as a strategy for conserving aquatic biodiversity in Mediterranean climate California.

Speaker: Dr. Stephanie Carlson, U.C. Berkeley

Wednesday, 02/07/18


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Estuary & Ocean Science Center

3152 Paradise Drive
Bay Conference Center, South Bay Room
Tiburon, CA 94920

Phone: 415-33803700
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