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2014
Friday, May 2nd
8:30 AM

Session S-08A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Vibrio parahaemolyticus and Shellfish Safety

Laura Wigand, Washington Dept of Health

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Room 615-616-617

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Investigating Algicidal and Growth-inhibiting Bacteria associated with Seagrass and Macroalgae beds in Puget Sound

Nobuharu Inaba, Hokkaido University

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Room 615-616-617

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Response to an Emerging Threat to Human Health: Diarrhetic Shellfish Poisoning in Washington State

Vera Trainer, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Neil Harrington, Jamestown K'lallam Tribe
Jerry Borchert, Washington State Department of Health
Bich-Thuy Eberhart, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Brian Bill
Leslie Moore

Room 615-616-617

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Genetic and phylogenetic analysis of Vibrio parahaemolyticus reveals distinct differences in strains from the Pacific Northwest of the U.S.

Rohinee Paranjpye, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service
Jeffery Turner, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service
William Nilsson, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service
Gladys Yanagida, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service
Mark Strom, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service

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Room 615-616-617

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Institutional Arrangements for Harmful Algal Bloom Monitoring and Management in Puget Sound: An Analysis of SoundToxins

Andy Gregory, Puget Soundkeeper Alliance

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Room 615-616-617

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Emerging human health threats due to Harmful Algae Blooms in Washington

Clara Hard, WA Department of Health
Jerry Borchert, Washington State Department of Health

Room 615-616-617

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08B: Stormwater Quality, Impacts, Treatment Solutions

Stormwater retrofit planning in the Hood Canal Action Area: defining the anatomy of a preferred site

Julie Horowitz, Hood Canal Coordinating Counci
Mark Ewbank, Herrera Environmental Consultants

Room 608-609

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08B: Stormwater Quality, Impacts, Treatment Solutions

Strategies for Fixing Puget Sound’s Stormwater Problem

Jim Simmonds, King County

Room 608-609

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08B: Stormwater Quality, Impacts, Treatment Solutions

Using a stream bug index to prioritize areas for stormwater retrofits in an urban watershed

Elissa Ostergaard, King County
Bruce Barker
Robin Kirschbaum, HDR Engineering

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Room 608-609

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08B: Stormwater Quality, Impacts, Treatment Solutions

Water Resource Inventory Area 9 Stormwater Retrofit Project: Estimating cost-effective stormwater infrastructure solutions to meet flow and water quality targets

Olivia Wright, King County

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Room 608-609

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08B: Stormwater Quality, Impacts, Treatment Solutions

Successes & Challenges in Achieving Green Stormwater Retrofits Via Volunteer-Based Programs

Erica Guttman, Washington State University. Extension
Krista Elvey, Washington State University. Extension

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Room 608-609

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

Chemicals of emerging concern in marine biota: presence of estrogenic chemicals in bile of English sole from Puget Sound, WA

Denis Da Silva, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Lyndal Johnson
Rachel Scholes
Catherine Sloan
Penny Swanson
James West, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife
Gina Ylitalo
sandie O'Neill

Room 606

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

An Introduction to the Problem of Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CECs)

Irvin Schultz, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Room 606

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Puget Sound: A Comparison of Spatial and Temporal Levels and Occurrence

Justin Miller-Schulze, Center for Urban Waters
Alex Gipe, University of Washington, Tacoma
Derek Overman, University of Washington-Tacoma
Joel Baker, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute

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Room 606

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

Innovative approaches to develop biomarkers for emerging contaminants in the Puget Sound

Evan Gallagher, University of Washington
James Meador, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Graham Young, University of Washington
Andrew Yeh, University of Washington
Yasushi Shibata, University of Washington

Room 606

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

A molecular framework to identify novel modes of action of endocrine disrupting compounds in shellfish

Mackenzie Gavery, University of Washington
Steven Roberts, University of Washington

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Room 606

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

The pituitary gland as a target of endocrine disrupting compounds in coho salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch

Louisa Harding, University of Washington
Irvin Schultz, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Graham Young, University of Washington
Penny Swanson

Room 606

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress I

Applying a Common Adaptive Management Framework to Chinook and Ecosystem Recovery in Puget Sound

Stacy Vynne, Puget Sound Partnership
Jeanette Dorner, Puget Sound Partnership
Jacques White, Long Live the Kings (Organization)
Kari Stiles, Puget Sound Partnership
Leska Fore, Puget Sound Partnership
Abby Hook, Hook-Knauer
Laura Blackmore, Cascadia Consulting

Room 611-612

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress I

Size-selective mortality during freshwater and marine life stages of steelhead related to freshwater growth in the Skagit River, Washington

Jamie Thompson, R2 Resource Consultants
Dave Beauchamp, Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

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Room 611-612

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress I

Life-history diversity and productivity of Puget Sound Chinook salmon

Joseph Anderson, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife
Peter Topping, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife
Clayton Kinsel, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife
Matthew Klungle, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife
Kelly Kiyohara, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife
Joshua Weinheimer, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife

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Room 611-612

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress I

Restoration of the Nisqually River Delta and increased rearing opportunities for salmonids

Kelley Turner
Christopher Ellings, Nisqually Indian Tribe
John Takekawa, Geological Survey (U.S.)
Isa Woo, Geological Survey (U.S.)
Eric Grossman, U.S. Geological Survey
Aaron David
Jennifer Cutler, Nisqually Tribe
Sayre Hodgson, Nisqually Indian Tribe

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Room 611-612

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress I

Combining site level project monitoring with system wide ecosystem surveillance: providing a landscape context for salmon restoration projects in the Snohomish River estuary.

Joshua Chamberlin, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Casimir Rice, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Jason Hall, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Todd Zackey, Tulalip Tribes
Frank Leonetti, Snohomish County
Mike Rustay, Snohomish County
kurt Fresh, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Phil Roni, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)

Room 611-612

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress I

Pre-project monitoring of the Qwuloolt restoration in the Snohomish River Estuary

Todd Zackey, Tulalip Tribes
Casimir Rice, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Joshua Chamberlin, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Jason Hall, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Holly Zox, One Horse Enterprises
Jason Schilling, The Tulalip Tribes
Phil Roni, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)

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Room 611-612

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08E: Experiences in Integrated Marine Planning

Implementing Ecosystem-Based Management in Canada's Pacific: Developing a Marine Zoning Framework

John Bones, JG Bones Consulting
Joanna Smith, Birdsmith Ecological Research
Steve Diggon, Coastal First Nations-Great Bear Rainforest
Matthew Justice, British Columbia. Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations

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Room 613-614

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08E: Experiences in Integrated Marine Planning

Ecosystem-Based Management Indicators for a Marine Planning Process in BC's North Coast - Marine Planning Partnership (MaPP)

Andrew Day, West Coast Aquatic
Micha Prins, Uuma Consulting
Stephanie King, Uuma Consulting
John Bones, JG Bones Consulting
Joanna Smith, Birdsmith Ecological Research

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Room 613-614

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08E: Experiences in Integrated Marine Planning

An Integrated Approach to Ocean Management – An Overview Of Marine Spatial Planning as a Tool for Analysis and Marine Decision Making

Mark Zacharias, Ministry of Environment

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Room 613-614

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08E: Experiences in Integrated Marine Planning

Marine Protected Area Design for the North Pacific Coast, Canada

Joanna Smith, Birdsmith Ecological Research
Steve Diggon, Coastal First Nations-Great Bear Rainforest
and John Bones, JG Bones Consulting

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Room 613-614

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08E: Experiences in Integrated Marine Planning

A Collaborative Approach to Systematic Marine Protected Area Network Planning in British Columbia

Charlie Short, British Columbia. Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources Operations
Karen Topelko, British Columbia. Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resources Operations
Kate Ladell, Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans

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Room 613-614

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information I

2013 State of the Sound: Accountability and Funding of Puget Sound Recovery

Katherine Boyd, Puget Sound Partnership
Alex Mitchell, Puget Sound Partnership

Room 602-603

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information I

Understanding and implementing an ecosystem approach to management and protection of the Strait of Georgia, Canada

Ian Perry, Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans

Room 602-603

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information I

Success in the Sound: Local Examples of How Restoration Efforts Have Succeeded

Constance Sullivan, Puget Sound Institute
Katherine Boyd, Puget Sound Partnership

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Room 602-603

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information I

EBMBase: A knowledge capture framework for overcoming the Ecosystem-Based Management communication gap

Edward Gregr, university of British Columbia
Kai Chan, University of British Columbia

Room 602-603

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information I

The 2013 State of the Sound: Status of the ecosystem

Nathalie Hamel, Puget Sound Partnership

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Room 602-603

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information I

Applying Fresh and Marine Water Modeling Results to Support Decisions for Local Government Managers: Snow Caps to White Caps

Andrea Copping, Pacific Northwest National Lab
Zhaoqing Yang, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Nathalie Voisin, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Jonathan Whiting, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Brie Van Cleve, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Room 602-603

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08G: Rethinking Our Waterways: Effective Collaboration with Landowners, Project Partners and Decision Makers

Governing Complex Environmental Commons: Stakeholder Cooperation in Salmon Recovery in Washington and Oregon

Nives Dolsak, University of Washington
Sara Singleton, Western Washington University

Room 6E

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08G: Rethinking Our Waterways: Effective Collaboration with Landowners, Project Partners and Decision Makers

Rethinking Our Waterways - best practices for collaborative approaches to watershed planning

Amy Greenwood, Fraser Basin Council (B.C.)

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Room 6E

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08G: Rethinking Our Waterways: Effective Collaboration with Landowners, Project Partners and Decision Makers

Controlling Japanese Knotweed in the Samish River Watershed- building partnerships with landowners to restore riparian function

Todd Woodard, Samish Indian Nation

Room 6E

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08G: Rethinking Our Waterways: Effective Collaboration with Landowners, Project Partners and Decision Makers

Skagit Fisheries Enhancement Group Community Based Restoration: the value of developing partnerships for salmon recovery

Michelle Murphy, Stewardship Manager

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Room 6E

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08G: Rethinking Our Waterways: Effective Collaboration with Landowners, Project Partners and Decision Makers

Building the Platform for Collaborative Natural Resource Management: A Case Study of Human Dimensions in Puget Sound Salmon Recovery

Ashley McBee, The Evergreen State College

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Room 6E

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08H: Incentives, Guidance and Collaboration for Greener Shorelines

Piloting Green Shores for Homes: How Does the Rating System Really Work?

Margaret Glowacki, Seattle (Wash.)

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Room 607

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08H: Incentives, Guidance and Collaboration for Greener Shorelines

Creating Guidance to Address Shoreline Master Program Policies for Alternative Shoreline Stabilization

Kelsey Gianou, Washington (State). Department of Ecology

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Room 607

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08H: Incentives, Guidance and Collaboration for Greener Shorelines

The Future of Green Shores and Coastal Adaptation

John Readshaw, SNC-Lavalin

Room 607

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08H: Incentives, Guidance and Collaboration for Greener Shorelines

Enhancing Lake Washington shoreline through unique collaborations

Monica Shoemaker, State Dept.Natural Resources

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Room 607

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08H: Incentives, Guidance and Collaboration for Greener Shorelines

The Green Shores for Homes Credit System

Brian Emmett, Archipelago Marine Environmental Services

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Room 607

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08H: Incentives, Guidance and Collaboration for Greener Shorelines

Green Shores –Moving Ahead with Soft Armoring Options

DG Blair, Stewardship Centre for BC

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Room 607

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

Session S-08I: PSSA Workshop

Particularly Sensitive Sea Area: An International Tool to Reduce the Risk of Accidents Associated with Vessel Traffic in the Salish Sea

Room 604

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

10:30 AM

Session S-09A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Paralytic shellfish poisoning: The need for historical records of Alexandrium to foresee the future

Kirsten Feifel, University of Washington
Sam Fletcher
Laura Watson
Evelyn Lessard, University of Washington

Room 615-616-617

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Environmental Sample Processor Monitoring of Harmful Algae and Bacterial Pathogens at Aquaculture Sites in Puget Sound

Annie Cox

Room 615-616-617

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Alexandrium ecology in Puget Sound: bloom transport and climate pathways

Stephanie Moore, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Neil Banas
Eric Salathe
Nathan Mantua
James Johnstone
Cheryl Greengrove
Julie Masura, University of Washington Tacom
Brian Bill
Vera Trainer, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Donald Anderson
John Stein

Room 615-616-617

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Multiple stressors on the potential toxicity of Heterosigma akashiwo, a fish-killing flagellate in the Salish Sea.

Julia Matheson, Western University
William Cochlan, San Francisco State University
Charles Trick, Western University

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Room 615-616-617

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Alexandrium cyst distribution and germination in Puget Sound

Cheryl Greengrove, Univ. of Washington Tacoma
Julie Masura, University of Washington, Tacoma
Stephanie Moore, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Brian Bill
Levi Hay, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Kiara Eldred, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Neil Banas
Eric Salathe
Nat Mantua, University of Washington
James Johnstone
Donald Anderson
Vera Trainer, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
John Stein

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Room 615-616-617

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09A: Harmful Algal Blooms, Climate, Shellfish, and Public Health - Emerging Issues in a Changing World

Use of Flowcam Technology for Phytoplankton Monitoring in Central Puget Sound

Gabriela Hannach, King County (Wash.). Department of Natural Resources and Parks
Lyndsey Sandwick, King County Environmental Lab

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Room 615-616-617

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09B: Bioretention for Improving Water Quality

Next Steps for Bioretention Media Research

Curtis Hinman, Herrera Environmental Consultants Inc

Room 608-609

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09B: Bioretention for Improving Water Quality

Bioretention Monitoring - Six Full Scale Bioretention Swales

Andy Rheaume, Redmond (Wash.)

Room 608-609

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09B: Bioretention for Improving Water Quality

Characterization of pollutant flushing from a newly installed bioretention system: 185th Ave NE, Redmond, WA

Dylan Ahearn, Herrera Environmental Consultants Inc.
Andy Rheaume, Redmond (Wash.)

Room 608-609

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09B: Bioretention for Improving Water Quality

The biological effectiveness of bioretention: Preventing toxicity to aquatic animals exposed to highway runoff

Jenifer McIntyre, Washington State University
Jay Davis
Richard Edmunds, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service
Curtis Hinman, Herrera Environmental Consultants Inc
John Stark, Washington State University
Nat Scholz, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service

Room 608-609

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09B: Bioretention for Improving Water Quality

Adult coho salmon pre-spawn mortality is caused by urban runoff and prevented by bioremediation

Julann Spromberg, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service
David Baldwin, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service
Steven Damm, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Jay Davis
Jenifer McIntyre, Washington State University
Nat Scholz, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service

Room 608-609

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09B: Bioretention for Improving Water Quality

Water Quality Treatment Characteristics of Full-Scale Bioretention Systems with Various Media Blends

Curtis Hinman, Herrera Environmental Consultants Inc

Room 608-609

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09B: Bioretention for Improving Water Quality

Can bioretention treatment prevent toxicity in aquatic animals exposed to PAH-enriched stormwater runoff?

Jenifer McIntyre, Washington State University
Nat Scholz, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service
Jay Davis
Curtis Hinman, Herrera Environmental Consultants Inc
John Stark, Washington State University

Room 608-609

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

Quantification of Pharmaceuticals, Personal Care Products, and Perfluoroalkyl Substances in Elliott Bay sediments (Seattle, Washington)

Margaret Dutch, WA State Dept of Ecology
Sandra Weakland, Washington (State). Department of Ecology
Valerie Partridge, Washington (State). Department of Ecology

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Room 606

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

Perfluorinated Carboxylates and Sulfonates in Seabird eggs from the Pacific Coast of Canada: spatial and temporal trends

John Elliott, Enviroment Canada
Kyle Elliott, University of Manitoba
Sandi Lee, Canada. Environment Canada
Francois Cyr, Canada. Environment Canada

Room 606

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

What's Upstream? Toxic Chemicals Reported in Consumer Products in Washington

Nancy Uding, Washington Toxics Coalition

Room 606

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

Contaminants of Emerging Concern from Nearshore On-Site Wastewater Systems: Characterization, Potential Impacts, and their Utility as Tracers of Bacterial Contamination

Andrew James, Puget Sound Institute
Justin Miller-Schulze, Universtiy of Washington Tacoma
Joel Baker, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute
Alex Gipe
Derek Overman
Shawn Ultican

Room 606

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

Evaluating a Prioritization Framework for Monitoring Chemicals of Emerging Concern in the Salish Sea Based on Lessons Learned from Western States Programs

Jill Brandenberger, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Maggie Dutch, Washington (State). Department of Ecology
Joan Hardy, Washington (State). Department of Health
Andy James, Puget Sound Institute
Deb Lester, King County
April Markiewicz, Western Washington Univesity
Dale Norton, Washington (State). Department of Ecology
Sandie O'Neill
Brian Penttila, Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center
Heather Trim
Irvin Schultz, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
James West, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife
Kathleen Conn, Geological Survey (U.S.)
Alec Maule, Geological Survey (U.S.)

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Room 606

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09C: Occurrences and Impacts of Emerging Contaminants

What Goes Down the Drain Eventually Reaches the River: Characterizing Contaminants of Emerging Concern (CECs) in the Columbia River Basin

Jennifer Morace, Geological Survey (U.S.)
Elena Nilsen, Geological Survey (U.S.)

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Room 606

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress II

Size-selective mortality and bioenergetic limitations of juvenile steelhead under different freshwater environmental constraints in the Skagit River, Washington

Jamie Thompson, R2 Resource Consultants
Dave Beauchamp, Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit

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Room 611-612

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress II

Ultrasonic Telemetry Reveals Seasonal Variation in Depth Distribution and Diel Vertical Migrations of Sub-Adult Chinook and Coho Salmon in Puget Sound

Joseph Smith, University of Washington
kurt Fresh, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Anna Kagley, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Thomas Quinn, University of Washington

Room 611-612

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress II

Juvenile Life History Strategies of Selected Chinook Salmon Spawning Populations within Puget Sound and the Columbia River, as Inferred From Otolith Microchemistry

Lance Campbell, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife

Room 611-612

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress II

The Role of Citizen Science in Restoring Salmon and Salmon Habitat to the Suquamish Tribe's Port Madison Indian Reservation's Cowling Creek Watershed

Paul Dorn, Suquamish Tribal Fisheries
Dick D'Archangel, Friends of Miller Bay
Jill Wetzel, Suquamish Tribe

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Room 611-612

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress II

Variation in juvenile Chinook salmon diet composition and foraging success between two estuaries with contrasting land-use histories

Aaron David, University of Washington
Charles Simenstad, University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Science
Jeffrey Cordell, University of Washington
Jason Toft, University of Washington
Christopher Ellings, Nisqually Indian Tribe
Ayesha Gray, Earth Design Consultants
Hans Berge, King County

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Room 611-612

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09D: Salmon Recovery: Implementation and Progress II

How Are the Fish Doing? Development and implementation of sixteen watershed monitoring and adaptive management programs for recovery of Puget Sound Chinook

Stacy Vynne, Puget Sound Partnership
Jeanette Dorner, Puget Sound Partnership
Leska Fore, Puget Sound Partnership
Kari Stiles, Puget Sound Partnership
Jacques White, Long Live the Kings (Organization)
Abby Hook, Hook-Knauer
Laura Blackmore, Cascadia Consulting

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Room 611-612

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09E: Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Species: Threats and Conservation

Monitoring the movements of a critical marine resource: tracking a forage fish in Puget Sound

Theresa Liedtke, Geological Survey (U.S.)
Ryan Tomka, Geological Survey (U.S.)
Collin Smith, Geological Survey (U.S.)
Lisa Gee, Geological Survey (U.S.)
Dennis Rondorf, Geological Survey (U.S.)

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Room 613-614

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09E: Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Species: Threats and Conservation

The Relationship of Oak Gall Size to Lichen Proximity on Quercus garryana

Garrett Noyd, Student Of Seattle Academy
Alex Nelson, Student of Seattle Academy

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Room 613-614

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09E: Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Species: Threats and Conservation

Observations on abundance of bluntnose sixgill sharks, Hexanchus griseus, in an urban waterway in the Salish Sea, 2003-2012

Shawn Larson, Seattle Aquarium
Denise Griffing, Seattle Aquarium
Jeff Christiansen, Seattle Aquarium
Joel Hollander, Seattle Aquarium
Tim Carpenter, Seattle Aquarium

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Room 613-614

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09E: Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Species: Threats and Conservation

Captive and free-ranging sea star disease findings from the Seattle, Washington, waterfront during the 2013 sea star ‘wasting disease’ unusual mortality event

Lesanna Lahner, Seattle Aquarium
Martin Haulena, Vancouver Aquarium
Michael Garner, NorthWest ZooPath
Drew Harvell, Cornell University
Ian Hewson, Cornell University
Tim Carpenter, Seattle Aquarium
Jeff Christiansen, Seattle Aquarium

Room 613-614

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09E: Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Species: Threats and Conservation

Species of Concern within the Salish Sea nearly double between 2002 and 2013

Jacqlynn Zier, SeaDoc Society
Joseph Gaydos, The SeaDoc Society

Room 613-614

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09E: Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Species: Threats and Conservation

Drill, baby, drill: Invasive oyster drills are the main driver of native oyster mortality at a restoration site

Emily Grason, University of Washington
Eric Buhle, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center

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Room 613-614

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09E: Marine, Freshwater and Terrestrial Species: Threats and Conservation

Wasting syndrome in sea stars along the west coast of North America.

Benjamin Miner, Western Washington University
Melissa Miner, University of Calgary
Ian Hewson, Cornell University
Drew Harvell, Cornell University
Pete Raimondi

Room 613-614

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information II

Building the Encyclopedia of Puget Sound: A new resource for ecosystem recovery

Jeff Rice, University of Washington
Joel Baker, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute

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Room 602-603

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information II

Ebb And Flow: What We Learn From Visible Circulation Patterns in the Salish

Rob Fatland, Microsoft Research
Parker MacCready, Microsoft Research

Room 602-603

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information II

Open Source Mapping to improve data sharing: Environmental Response Management Application

Amy Merten, United States. National Ocean Service. Office of Response and Restoration
Ben Shorr, United States. National Ocean Service. Office of Response and Restoration

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Room 602-603

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information II

Eyes Over Puget Sound: Producing Validated Satellite Products to Support Rapid Water Quality Assessments in Puget Sound

Brandon Sackmann, Integral Consulting Inc.
Christopher Krembs, Washington (State). Department of Ecology
Suzan Pool
Julia Bos
Tarang Khangaonkar, Pacific Northwest Pollution Prevention Resource Center

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Room 602-603

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information II

Signal to noise: Key needs and strategies for communicating ecosystem science

Jeff Rice, University of Washington
Joel Baker, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute
Rob Fatland, Microsoft Research
Amy Merten, United States. National Ocean Service. Office of Response and Restoration
Ian Perry, Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans
Charles Simenstad, University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Science

Room 602-603

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09F: Emerging Tools for Synthesizing and Communicating Ecosystem Information II

Signal to noise: Key needs and strategies for communicating ecosystem science

Jeff Rice, University of Washington
Joel Baker, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute
Rob Fatland, Microsoft Research
Amy Merten, United States. National Ocean Service. Office of Response and Restoration
Ian Perry, Canada. Department of Fisheries and Oceans
Charles Simenstad, University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Science

Room 602-603

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09G: Building Community Resilience: Moving Beyond Climate Adaptation Planning to Implementation

Responding to Sea Level Rise Risks in a Vulnerable Community

Andy Haub, Olympia (Wash.)

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Room 6E

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09G: Building Community Resilience: Moving Beyond Climate Adaptation Planning to Implementation

Healing the Planet: GIS Helps British Columbia Respond to Climate Change with Climate Action

Benjamin Clark, BC Climate Action Secretariat

Room 6E

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09G: Building Community Resilience: Moving Beyond Climate Adaptation Planning to Implementation

Planning for Change: Climate Adaptation Survey Results

Jamie Mooney, Washington Sea Grant Program

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Room 6E

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09G: Building Community Resilience: Moving Beyond Climate Adaptation Planning to Implementation

City of Anacortes Water Treatment Plant Climate Change Mitigation

Fred Buckenmeyer, Anacortes (Wash.)

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Room 6E

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09G: Building Community Resilience: Moving Beyond Climate Adaptation Planning to Implementation

Successful Adaptation to Climate Change in the Coastal Context: Insights from Scientists and Practitioners

Amy Snover, Climate Impacts Group
Lara Whitely Binder, University of Washington

Room 6E

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09G: Building Community Resilience: Moving Beyond Climate Adaptation Planning to Implementation

Assessing Vulnerability and Adapting to Climate Change at Seattle City Light

Crystal Raymond, Seattle City Light
Ron Tressler, Seattle City Light

Room 6E

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09H: Trading Cultural Ecosystem Services from Data Collection to Decision Making

"An uncultivated waste”: Balancing Cultural Ecosystem Services and Differing Values in the Salish Sea Region

Nancy Turner

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Room 607

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09H: Trading Cultural Ecosystem Services from Data Collection to Decision Making

West Coast Aquatic Marine Planning Approach: Integrating Cultural Ecosystem Services

Jennifer Spencer
Andrew Day

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Room 607

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09H: Trading Cultural Ecosystem Services from Data Collection to Decision Making

Culture, Economy and Environment in an Age of Market Value

Terre Satterfield, University of British Columbia
Kai Chan, University of British Columbia
Mollie Chapman, University of British Columbia
Sarah Klain, University of British Columbia

Room 607

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09H: Trading Cultural Ecosystem Services from Data Collection to Decision Making

Operationalizing Cultural Ecosystem Services for Political Decision-Making

Bessie Schwarz, Yale University

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Room 607

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09H: Trading Cultural Ecosystem Services from Data Collection to Decision Making

Understanding Cultural Ecosystem Services related to Salmon in the Quinault Indian Nation

Kelly Biedenweg, Puget Sound Institute
Justine James, Quinault Indian Nation
Sophia Amberson

Room 607

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

Session S-09H: Trading Cultural Ecosystem Services from Data Collection to Decision Making

Cultural dimensions and guiding principles of coastal ecosystem-based management

Melissa Poe, Washington Sea Grant Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Karma Norman, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Phillip Levin, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Room 607

10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

1:30 PM

Session S-10A: Shellfish Aquaculture: Exploring Themes of Sustainability and Ecosystem Recovery

Using habitat volume in Olympia oyster beds to inform the adaptation of restoration practice.

Brian Alllen, Puget Sound Restoration Fund
Joth Davis, Puget Sound Restoration Fund

Room 615-616-617

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10A: Shellfish Aquaculture: Exploring Themes of Sustainability and Ecosystem Recovery

Ancient aquaculture practices in British Columbia: Clam gardens provide insights and baselines for today’s management

Amy Groesbeck, Simon Fraser University
Kirsten Rowell, University of Washington
Dana Lepofsky, Simon Fraser University
Anne Salomon, Simon Fraser University

Room 615-616-617

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10A: Shellfish Aquaculture: Exploring Themes of Sustainability and Ecosystem Recovery

Shellfish at Work: Nutrient Bioextraction Demonstration in South Puget Sound

Aimee Christy, Pacific Shellfish Institute
Andrew Suhrbier, Pacific Shellfish Institute
Bobbi Hudson, Pacific Shellfish Institute

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Room 615-616-617

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10A: Shellfish Aquaculture: Exploring Themes of Sustainability and Ecosystem Recovery

What early life history tells us about restoration success in Olympia oysters

Bonnie Becker, University of Washington Tacom
Michael Behrens, Pacific Shellfish Institute

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Room 615-616-617

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10A: Shellfish Aquaculture: Exploring Themes of Sustainability and Ecosystem Recovery

Shellfish Aquaculture Regulatory Framework and Challenges

Jesse DeNike, Plauche & Carr LLP
Billy Plauche, Plauche & Carr LLP

Room 615-616-617

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10A: Shellfish Aquaculture: Exploring Themes of Sustainability and Ecosystem Recovery

Applying Ecosystem Services Analysis to the Shellfish Industry

Marlene Meaders, Confluence Environmental Compa

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Room 615-616-617

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10B: Cleaning Our Waters: Moving Forward on Green Infrastructure

Assessing Water Treatment Residuals as a Filtration Media for Phosphorus Removal at Wapato Lake - Tacoma, WA

Brian Hite, Center for Urban Waters
Megan Hintz, Center for Urban Waters

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Room 608-609

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10B: Cleaning Our Waters: Moving Forward on Green Infrastructure

Retrofitting an Urban Watershed to Protect Shellfish Beds

Mindy Fohn, Kitsap County
Chris May, Kitsap County (Wash.)

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Room 608-609

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10B: Cleaning Our Waters: Moving Forward on Green Infrastructure

Stormwater: Monitoring and Adaptive Management in the Metro Vancouver Region

Andjela Knezevic-Stevanovic, Metro Vancouver
Helia Yazdanpanah
Carrie Baron, Surrey (B.C.)
Krista Payette, British Columbia. Ministry of Environment
Melony Burton
Julie Pavey

Room 608-609

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10B: Cleaning Our Waters: Moving Forward on Green Infrastructure

12,000 Rain Gardens for Puget Sound: A campaign to empower all 12 Puget Sound counties with Green Stormwater Infrastructure

Aaron Clark, Stewardship Partners

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Room 608-609

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10B: Cleaning Our Waters: Moving Forward on Green Infrastructure

Washington State emerges as national leader in advancing LID/GSI training – what it means for you

Hilary Wilkinson, Veda Environmental
Gretchen Muller, Cascadia Consulting Group
Jocelyn Jones, WA State Dept of Ecology

Room 608-609

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10C: Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Issues in the Salish Sea and Pacific Northwest

Uptake and depuration of PAHs in mussels following a diesel spill in Penn Cove, Washington

Alan Mearns, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Room 606

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10C: Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Issues in the Salish Sea and Pacific Northwest

Deep Sea Incident: Oil Spill Response Capacity Enhancement using Local Volunteers

Barbara Bennett, WSU Island Co Beach Watchers
Eric Brooks, Island County (Wash.)Emergency Management
Richard Walker, Washington (State). Department of Ecology

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Room 606

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10C: Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Issues in the Salish Sea and Pacific Northwest

From boat to beach: Using drift cards to improve our knowledge of ocean currents, areas at risk and oil spill trajectories.

Andy Rosenberger, Raincoast Coservation Found.
Alexandra Woodsworth, Georgia Strait Alliance
Ross Dixon, Raincoast Conservation Foundation

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Room 606

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10C: Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Issues in the Salish Sea and Pacific Northwest

Collaborative Efforts to Pinpoint, Quantify and Proactively Manage Risk Through a Comprehensive Vessel Traffic Risk Assessment for Puget Sound

Todd Hass, Puget Sound Partnership
Chad Bowechop, Makah Tribe
Jon Neel, Washington (State). Department of Ecology

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Room 606

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10C: Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Issues in the Salish Sea and Pacific Northwest

The role of First Nations in oil spill prevention, preparedness, response and recovery in British Columbia

John Konovsky, Tsleil-Waututh Nation
Bridget Doyle, Tsleil-Waututh Nation
Pano Skrivanos, Tsleil-Waututh Nation
Carleen Thomas, Tsleil-Waututh Nation

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Room 606

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10C: Spill Prevention, Preparedness, and Response Issues in the Salish Sea and Pacific Northwest

Moving to world class land-based spill preparedness and response in British Columbia

Graham Knox, British Columbia. Ministry of Environment
Ben VanderSteen, British Columbia. Ministry of Environment

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Room 606

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10D: Cross-Habitat Linkages and Landscape Scale Approaches to Ecosystem Management

How Much City is Too Much City? Diversity and Ecosystem Functions Along an Urban Gradient in Puget Sound

Jameal Samhouri, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Andrew Shelton, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Blake Feist, United States. National Marine Fisheries Service
Greg Williams, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Krista Bartz, United States. National Park Service
Mindi Sheer, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Phillip Levin, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Room 611-612

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10D: Cross-Habitat Linkages and Landscape Scale Approaches to Ecosystem Management

Herring reproductive success in Puget Sound: spawning habitat availability and quality, spatial variation in egg survival, and the specter of habitat limitation

Andrew Ole Shelton, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Greg Williams, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Tessa Francis, University of Washington, Tacoma. Puget Sound Institute
Kurt Stick, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Phillip S. Levin, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)

Room 611-612

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10D: Cross-Habitat Linkages and Landscape Scale Approaches to Ecosystem Management

Incorporating Puget Sound Lowland Streams in Marine Shoreline Prioritization

Scott Steltzner, Squaxin Island Tribe
Kyle Brakensiek, Private Consultant
Brian McTeague, Squaxin Island Tribe

Room 611-612

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10D: Cross-Habitat Linkages and Landscape Scale Approaches to Ecosystem Management

Can we have our herring and eat our salmon too? A qualitative approach to modeling trade-offs in the Puget Sound food web

Tessa Francis, Puget Sound Institute
Chris Harvey, Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Michael Carey, USGS Alaska Water Science Center

Room 611-612

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10D: Cross-Habitat Linkages and Landscape Scale Approaches to Ecosystem Management

The 2006-2009 Puget Sound Land-Use/Land-Cover Change Map

Kenneth Pierce, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife
Timothy Quinn
Jeanne Miller, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife
Kevin Samson, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife

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Room 611-612

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10D: Cross-Habitat Linkages and Landscape Scale Approaches to Ecosystem Management

Marine riparian vegetation: Why we need to move beyond our understanding of freshwater riparian systems.

Mike Parton, Puget Sound Recovery Implementation Technical Team
Jim Brennan

Room 611-612

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10E: Evaluation, Conservation and Restoration of Species Associated with High-Relief, Rocky Habitat in the Salish Sea

Nine years of rockfish surveys in the Strait of Juan de Fuca

Shawn Larson, Seattle Aquarium
Jeff Christiansen, Seattle Aquarium

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Room 613-614

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10E: Evaluation, Conservation and Restoration of Species Associated with High-Relief, Rocky Habitat in the Salish Sea

Derelict Gillnets in the Salish Sea: Causes of Gillnet Loss, Extent of Accumulation and Development of a Predictive Transboundary Model

Kyle Antonelis, Natural Resource Consultants

Room 613-614

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10E: Evaluation, Conservation and Restoration of Species Associated with High-Relief, Rocky Habitat in the Salish Sea

Facilitation of rockfish by octopus in the Salish Sea

Kevin Turner, University of Washington. Friday Harbor Labs
Derek Smith, University of Washington. Friday Harbor Labs
Michelle Brant, University of Washington
Kenneth Sebens, University of Washington. Friday Harbor Labs

Room 613-614

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10E: Evaluation, Conservation and Restoration of Species Associated with High-Relief, Rocky Habitat in the Salish Sea

High connectivity among brown rockfish (Sebastes auriculatus) populations in Puget Sound: evidence from genetic parental identification, otolith microchemistry and oceanographic models

Lorenz Hauser, University of Washington
Maureen Hess, Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
Larry LeClair, Washington (State). Department of Fish and Wildlife
Raymond Buckley, University of Washington
Mitsuhiro Kawase, University of Washington

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Room 613-614

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10E: Evaluation, Conservation and Restoration of Species Associated with High-Relief, Rocky Habitat in the Salish Sea

Observed impacts of derelict fishing nets on rocky reef habitats and associated species in Puget Sound

Joan Drinkwin, Northwest Stratis Foundation
Kyle Antonelis, Natural Resource Consultants

Room 613-614

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10F: Understanding and Communicating Salish Sea Human Dimensions and Ecological Health

Human Dimensions of Puget Sound Ecosystem Health and Recovery: Social Sciences Scale and Scope

Mary Rozance, Portland State University
Kathleen Wolf, University of Washington

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Room 602-603

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10F: Understanding and Communicating Salish Sea Human Dimensions and Ecological Health

Improving access to regional conservation assessments through an online encyclopedia

Jeff Rice, University of Washington

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Room 602-603

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10F: Understanding and Communicating Salish Sea Human Dimensions and Ecological Health

Rethinking Public Interpretation Around the Salish Sea

Kelly Black, Carleton University

Room 602-603

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10F: Understanding and Communicating Salish Sea Human Dimensions and Ecological Health

Power of Information at Different Levels: Measuring Human Well-Being for Integrated Ecosystem Management

Nives Dolsak, University of Washington
megan Dunn

Room 602-603

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10F: Understanding and Communicating Salish Sea Human Dimensions and Ecological Health

Journey to the Sea of Glass: Engaging stakeholders, scientists and decision-makers to protect BC's glass sponge reefs

Sabine Jessen, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. British Columbia Chapter
Alexandra Barron, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. British Columbia Chapter
Amanda Adams, Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. British Columbia Chapter

Room 602-603

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10F: Understanding and Communicating Salish Sea Human Dimensions and Ecological Health

Reporting on the Health of the Salish Sea using Transboundary Ecosystem Indicators

Cecilia Wong, Canada. Environment Canada
Michael Rylko, United States. Environmental Protection Agency

Room 602-603

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10G: Green Infrastructure to Achieve Ecosystem Recovery Goals and Natural Hazard Mitigation

Communicating coastal risks and responses through 4D community visioning processes

Flanders David

Room 6E

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10G: Green Infrastructure to Achieve Ecosystem Recovery Goals and Natural Hazard Mitigation

Coastal Resilience for Habitats and Humans: Integrating Green and Grey Infrastructure Solutions

Roger Fuller, Western Washington University
Eric Grossman, U.S. Geological Survey

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Room 6E

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10G: Green Infrastructure to Achieve Ecosystem Recovery Goals and Natural Hazard Mitigation

Reducing Disaster Vulnerability of Coastal Communities on the Salish Sea

Stephanie Chang, University of British Columbia

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Room 6E

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10G: Green Infrastructure to Achieve Ecosystem Recovery Goals and Natural Hazard Mitigation

Connecting Ecosystem Service Science to Valuation: We Can Do Better

Kai Chan, Univeristy of British Columbia
Terre Satterfield, Univeristy of British Columbia

Room 6E

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10G: Green Infrastructure to Achieve Ecosystem Recovery Goals and Natural Hazard Mitigation

Estimating Socioeconomic Benefits from a Multiple Benefits Project: The Fisher Slough Case Study

Kris Knight, Nature Conservancy (U.S.)
Polly Hicks, United States. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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Room 6E

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10G: Green Infrastructure to Achieve Ecosystem Recovery Goals and Natural Hazard Mitigation

Tidal marsh as green infrastructure: Evaluating marsh capacity to reverse historical coastal retreat and mitigate future coastal hazards in a Salish Sea estuary

Eric Grossman, U.S. Geological Survey
Roger Fuller, Western Washington University

Room 6E

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10H: Salish Sea Foods: Cultural Practices, Sustainable Markets, and Environmental Stewardship

Ancient Mariculture in the Salish Sea: Documenting the Past for the Future

Dana Lepofsky, Simon Fraser University
Skye Augustine, Parks Canada
Nathan Cardinal, Parks Canada
Amy Groesbeck
Marco Hatch, Northwest Indian College
Julia Jackley, Simon Fraser University
Eric McLay, University of Victoria
Michelle Puckett, Simon Fraser University
Kirsten Rowell, University of Washington
Anne Salomon, Simon Fraser University
Nicole Smith
Elroy White, Central Coast Archaeology

Room 607

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10H: Salish Sea Foods: Cultural Practices, Sustainable Markets, and Environmental Stewardship

Encouraging safe and responsible recreational harvest of Salish Sea marine and shoreline resources

Jeffrey Adams, Washington Sea Grant Program

Room 607

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10H: Salish Sea Foods: Cultural Practices, Sustainable Markets, and Environmental Stewardship

The Gift of N.W. Native Foods Teaching Box

Elise Krohn, Northwest Indian College

Room 607

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10H: Salish Sea Foods: Cultural Practices, Sustainable Markets, and Environmental Stewardship

Upgrading Tribal Fish Handling and Quality to Enhance Value and Value-added Opportunities

Pete Granger, Washington Sea Grant Program

Room 607

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10H: Salish Sea Foods: Cultural Practices, Sustainable Markets, and Environmental Stewardship

The Herring School: Long-term Perspectives on Herring in the Salish Sea and Beyond

Iain McKechnie, Simon Fraser University
Dana Lepofsky, Simon Fraser University

Room 607

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM

Session S-10H: Salish Sea Foods: Cultural Practices, Sustainable Markets, and Environmental Stewardship

Seafood subsistence, fish recovery, and informal livelihood dimensions of Salish food species

Melissa Poe, Washington Sea Grant Program and Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)

Room 607

1:30 PM - 3:00 PM