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Regional Utility Role in Managing Water Quality in Border Areas

Andjela Knezevic-Stevanovic, Metro Vancouver

2016SSEC

Fecal Colifrom Indicator Trends in the Puget Sound: Rain or Restoration?

Lindsey J. Hamilton, Washington State Department of Health
Scott Berbells, Washington State Department of Health
Lawrence Sullivan, Washington State Department of Health
Jean Snyder, Washington State Department of Health

2016SSEC

Cross-boundary Collaboration on the Implementation of a Unique Manure Application Risk Management Tool for Water Quality Improvement

Nichole M. Embertson, Whatcom Conservation District
David Poon, British Columbia Ministry of Agriculture

2016SSEC

Cross-border policy learning: Insights from a study of carbon policy

thomas webler, Western Washington University, USA
Stefanie Neale, Western Washington University, USA
Will Jones, Western Washington University, USA

2016SSEC

Monitoring Gaps and Priorities identified by the Puget Sound Ecosystem Monitoring Program

Ken Dzinbal, Puget Sound Partnership

2016SSEC

Waterfront Initiative: Developing Social-Ecological Indicators of Waterfront Health in a Cross Sector Collaborative Framework

Dan Straker, Georgia Strait Alliance

2016SSEC

Doing the right thing for your watersheds

Blair Scott, King County Department of Natural Resources
Doug Osterman, King County Department of Natural Resources

2016SSEC

Community Based Watershed Conservation Efforts

Aneka I. Sweeney, Whatcom Conservation District

2016SSEC

Environmental Trends in British Columbia – A 2016 Overview

Jane (Yuexian) Wang, BC Ministry of Environment
Stephanie Hazlitt, BC Ministry of Environment
Andy Teucher, BC Ministry of Environment

2016SSEC

Using principles of Open Science for transparent, repeatable State of Environment reporting

Andy Teucher, BC Ministry of Environment
Stephanie Hazlitt, BC Ministry of Environment

2016SSEC

An Indicator Approach to Transboundary Characterizations of the Health of the Salish Sea Ecosystem

Cecilia Wong, Environment and Climate Change Canada
Michael Rylko, US Environmental Protection Agency

2016SSEC

The 2015 State of the Sound: Report on the Puget Sound Vital Signs

Nathalie J. Hamel, Puget Sound Partnership
Jerry Joyce, Moon Joyce Resources
Mindy Fohn, Kitsap County
Andy James, University of Washington Puget Sound Institute
Jason Toft, University of Washington
Alicia Lawver, Puget Sound Partnership
Scott Redman, Puget Sound Partnership

2016SSEC

State of Environment Reporting in an Age of Information Explosion

Stephanie Hazlitt, BC Ministry of Environment
Andy Teucher, BC Ministry of Environment

2016SSEC

Rethinking Conservation Finance and Partnerships in Coastal Regions

Michelle Molnar Ms., David Suzuki Foundation

2016SSEC

Braided Freshwater Governance: A comparison of regulation and stewardship of riparian areas and wetlands in British Columbia and Washington

Stacy Clauson, Western Washington U., Huxley College of the Env.

2016SSEC

An Inventory of Environmental Governance in the Salish Sea

Laurie D. Trautman, Border Policy Research Insitute, Western Washington University

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2016SSEC

From the Ivory Tower Through the Black Box: Engaging Effectively with Government to Turn Ideas into Action

Gabriel Mastico, Metro Vancouver

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2016SSEC

Evaluating Threats in Multinational Marine Ecosystems: A Coast Salish First Nations and Tribal Perspective

Joseph K. Gaydos, SeaDoc Society, UC Davis Wildlife Health Center - Orcas Island Office
Sofie Thixton, The SeaDoc Society
Jamie Donatuto, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community

2016SSEC

Advantages and Examples of Collaboration During Environmental Review of Projects in the Salish Sea

Debra Lekanof, Coast Salish Gathering Coordinator

2016SSEC

Ocean-Positive (O+), Finance for Value Change

Kai Chan, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5
Paige Olmsted, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5
Gerald Singh, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5
John Driscoll, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, V6T 1W5

2016SSEC

Capital Effects in Fisheries: The Challenges and Opportunity for Achieving Sustainability in Commercial Fisheries

Devlin Fernandes, Ecotrust Canada
Tasha Sutcliffe, Ecotrust Canada

2016SSEC

Bilateral Water Management Agreements in the Mackenzie River Basin: An example of a cross-border policy framework.

Celine Davis, British Columbia Ministry of Environment
Lynn Kriwoken, British Columbia Ministry of Environment

2016SSEC

The Canadian Federal Environmental Assessment Framework, as illustrated by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the National Energy Board

Regina Wright, Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
Robert Steedman, National Energy Board

2016SSEC

Successful Market-based Conservation in King County, WA

Michael F. Murphy, King County (Wash.). Water and Land Resources Division

2016SSEC

Ocean pollution indicators for the Strait of Georgia

Juan Jose Alava, Ocean Pollution Research Program, Coastal and Ocean Research Institute, Vancouver Aquarium, Marine Science Centre & Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, University of British Columbia
William W.L. Cheung, Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, University of British Columbia
Andrew Day, Ocean Pollution Research Program, Coastal Ocean Research Institute, Vancouver Aquarium, Marine Science
Rashid Sumaila, Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries, University of British Columbia
Peter S. Ross, Ocean Pollution Research Program, Coastal and Ocean Research Institute, Vancouver Aquarium, Marine Science Centre

2016SSEC

Communicating science: indicators, monitoring and collaboration in British Columbia.

Andrew Day
Karin Bodtker

2016SSEC

Need for Enforceable and Clear Regulations

Margaret Crowley, BC Ministry of Environment

2016SSEC