Session Desciption: Species and Food Webs
Session Title: Species and habitats of emerging concern
Session Chair: Henry Carson, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, email@example.com
In this Salish Sea potpourri, we sampled the tremendously broad scope of research taking place in the region. It was a whirlwind tour of understudied habitats, such as glass sponge reefs, understudied species, such as rare cetaceans, and threatened animals, such as pinto abalone and sea stars. The journey ranged from the shoreline, with intertidal fish passage concerns, to its murky depths, inside the giant pacific octopus den.
1. Padraic Smith, WDFW, paper #533 fish passage
2. Erin Ashe, Oceans Initiative, paper #632 data-gap trap
3. Amalis Riera, U. Victoria, paper #167 acoustics of glass sponge reefs
4. Miranda Winningham, Cornell, paper #380 sea star wasting
5. Eliza Heery, U. Singapore, paper #344 giant pacific octopus
Understudied habitats, threatened animals
SSE11: Species and Food Webs
Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference (2018: Seattle, Wash.)
SSE11: Session Description
6-4-2018 12:00 AM
6-4-2018 12:00 AM
Type of Presentation
conference proceedings; presentations (communicative events)
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Subjects – Topical (LCSH)
Survival analysis (Biometry); Starfishes--Salish Sea (B.C. and Wash.); Pinto abalone--Salish Sea (B.C. and Wash.)
Salish Sea (B.C. and Wash.)
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Species and Habitats of Emerging Concern