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Sea Level change in the Gulf Islands National Park Reserve, southern British Columbia: implications for the interpretation of nearshore archaeological features

Glenda J. Wyatt, Royal Roads University

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2016SSEC

Our Island Relatives

Skye Augustine, STOLCEL ?

2016SSEC

Maintaining Livelihoods and Cultural Identity through Shellfish Aquaculture

Ralph W. Riccio, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe
Kelly Toy, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe

2016SSEC

Regulating Salish Sea Aquaculutre

Cedar Bouta, WA Dept. of Ecology - Shorelands/Environmental Assistance Program
Jon Chamberlain, DFO - Aquaculture Management Division

2016SSEC

Local and ocean-friendly: An overview of the sustainable seafood movement in Vancouver

Ann-Marie Copping, Vancouver Aquarium Ocean Wise Program

2016SSEC

Salish Sea finfish aquaculture in WA and BC.

Alan W. Cook, Icicle Seafoods Inc

2016SSEC

Discussion

Marco Hatch, Northwest Indian College

2016SSEC

Finding Clam Gardens

John R. Harper, Coastal & Ocean Resources
Hans Harper, Western Washington University

2016SSEC

Assessing The Effects Of Both Contemporary And Historical Shellfish Aquaculture On Marine Biodiversity

Kieran Cox, University of Victoria
Sarah Dudas, Vancouver Island University
Francis Juanes, University of Victoria

2016SSEC

Introduction

Dana Lepofsky, Simon Fraser University
Skye Augustine, Gulf Islands National Park Reserve
Marco Hatch, Northwest Indian College

2016SSEC

Seaweed: Superfood or Contaminated Product? Cross-Border Pilot Study on Salish Seaweed Contaminants

Jennifer L. Hahn, Western Washington U., Huxley College of the Env.
Ruth M. Sofield Dr., Western Washington U., Huxley College of the Env.
Gina M. Ylitalo, NOAA's Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Robert H. Poppenga DVM, PhD, DABVT, UC Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine, CAHFS Toxicology Laboratory
James E. West, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Marine Resources Division
Steven J. Hollenhorst Dr., Western Washington U., Huxley College of the Env.
Kathy L. Van Alstyne Dr., Western Washington U., Shannon Point Marine Center
Joseph K. Gaydos VMD, SeaDoc Society, UC Davis Wildlife Health Center - Orcas Island Office

2016SSEC

Clam Terrace Rock Walls: The Ecology and Social Significance of Monumental Places

Darcy L. Mathews, University of Victoria
Sarah Dundas, Vancouver Island University
Amy Irons, Northwest Indian College
Sonni Tadlock, Northwest Indian College

2016SSEC

Emerging Species and Maintenance of Sustainable Approaches to Aquaculture of Seaweeds, Rock Scallops and Other Native Species in the Salish Sea

Jonathan P. Davis, Puget Sound Restoration Fund

2016SSEC

Nutritional diversity in aquatic ecoystems

Joey Bernhardt, University of British Columbia
Mary I. Connor, University of British Columbia

2016SSEC

Clam gardens: Stories about eco-cultural revival in the Salish Sea

Skye Augustine, Gulf Islands National Park Reserve
Marco Hatch, Northwest Indian College
Nicole Smith
Carrie McIntosh, Royal Roads University
Nathan Cardinal, Gulf Islands National Park Reserve

2016SSEC

A Story of Discovery: Revealing the Mysteries of Ancient Clam Gardens

Anne K. Salomon, Simon Fraser University, Hakai Institute
Amy Groesbeck
Kirsten Rowell, University of Washington
Dana Lepofsky, Simon Fraser University, Hakai Institute

2016SSEC

Assessing the Impacts of Clam Gardens on Invertebrate Species Diversity in the Salish Sea

Amy R. Irons, Northwest Indian College
Marco Hatch, Northwest Indian College
Skye Augustine, Gulf Islands National Park Reserve

2016SSEC

Salish Sea shellfish aquaculture in Washington State and British Columbia

Bill Dewey, Taylor Shellfish Farms

2016SSEC

Local Food Production—Why Aquaculture Makes Sense

Michael B. Rust, NOAA Fisheries, Office of Agriculture

2016SSEC

Understanding the Impact of Sea Lettuce (Ulva spp.) Density on Pacific Oyster (Crassostrea gigas) Growth in Puget Sound, Washington

Audrey Lamb
Erin Martin
Jonathan Davis

2016SSEC

Listening to the Sea: Clam Garden Restoration in Gulf Islands National Park Reserve

Skye Augustine, Gulf Islands National Park Reserve

2016SSEC