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2018
Wednesday, April 4th
1:30 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part I

Assessing harmful algal bloom risk in Puget Sound: a coupled modeling-data analysis approach

Dana Woodruff, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Taiping Wang, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Stephanie Moore, NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service, United States
Zhaoqing Yang, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Ning Sun, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Jerry Borchert, Washington State Dept. of Health, United States
Audrey Coyne, Washington State Dept. of Health, United States
Guillaume Mauger, Univ. of Washington, United States
Valerie Cullinan, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States

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1:30 PM - 1:45 PM

1:45 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part I

Comparison of Alexandrium spp. surface sediment cyst maps from Quartermaster Harbor in 2007 and 2017

Cheryl Greengrove, Univ. of Washington Tacoma, United States
Julie Masura, Univ. of Washington Tacoma, United States
Thanh-Thuy Nguyen, Univ. of Washington Tacoma, United States
Mitchell Schatz, Univ. of Washington Tacoma, United States

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1:45 PM - 2:00 PM

2:00 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part I

Reanalysis of continuous shellfish monitoring data in pursuit of temporal and spatial patterns of paralytic shellfish toxins in the Puget Sound/Salish Sea

Margaret L. Taylor, Stillaguamish Tribe, United States
Erika McPhee-Shaw, Western Washington Univ., United States
Stephanie K. Moore, NOAA NWFSC, United States
Cheryl Greengrove, Univ. of Washington, United States

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2:00 PM - 2:15 PM

2:15 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part I

Distribution of paralytic shellfish toxins in whole and partial butter clams and comparison to traditional preparation methods

Misty Peacock, Northwest Indian College, United States
Rosa Hunter, Northwest Indian College, United States
Marco Hatch, Western Washington Univ., United States

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2:15 PM - 2:30 PM

2:30 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part I

Harmful algae in the Strait of Georgia, citizen science data

Svetlana Esenkulova, Pacific Salmon Foundation, Canada
Isobel Pearsall, Pacific Salmon Foundation, Canada

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2:30 PM - 2:45 PM

2:45 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part I

Phytoplankton monitoring through the SoundToxins partnership improves shellfish management and safety for the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe

Neil Harrington, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, United States

2:45 PM - 3:00 PM

3:30 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part II

First records of the genus azadinium (dinophyceae) from Puget Sound, Washington State

Vera Trainer, NOAA NWFSC, United States
Joo-Hwan Kim, Hanyang Univ., Korea, Republic of
Brian Bill, NOAA NWFSC, United States
Nicolaus Adams, NOAA NWFSC, United States
Urban Tillmann, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany
Bernd Krock, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany
Neil Harrington, Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe, United States

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3:30 PM - 3:45 PM

3:45 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part II

Temporal and spatial distribution of Azadinium spp. in the Salish Sea

Nicolaus Adams, NOAA Fisheries, United States
Jerry Borchert, Washington State Dept. of Health, United States
Urban Tillmann, Alfred Wegener Institute, Germany
Joo-Hwan Kim, Hanyang Univ., Korea, Republic of
Vera L. Trainer, NOAA Fisheries, United States

3:45 PM - 4:00 PM

4:00 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part II

Interannual variation of the toxic raphidophyte Heterosigma akashiwo in Departure Bay (Nanaimo): data from the harmful algae monitoring program 2001-2017

Tamara Brown, Microthalassia Consultants Inc., Canada
Nicola Haigh, Microthalassia Consultants Inc., Canada
Devan Johnson, Microthalassia Consultants Inc., Canada

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4:00 PM - 4:15 PM

4:15 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part II

Differentiation of pseudo-nitzschia species (Baccillariophyceae) in seawater samples from the Salish Sea using the compound microscope

Nicola Haigh, Microthalassia Consultants, Inc., Canada
Devan Johnson, Microthalassia Consultants Inc., Canada
Tamara Brown, Microthalassia Consultants Inc., Canada

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4:15 PM - 4:30 PM

4:30 PM

Harmful Phytoplankton in the Salish Sea: Part II

Development and application of LC/MS based analysis for marine algal toxins in Hood Canal

Sang Seon Yun, Skokomish Indian Tribe, United States
Aaron Bentson-Royal, Skokomish Indian Tribe, United States
Kenneth Collins, Skokomish Indian Tribe, United States
Seth Book, Skokomish Indian Tribe, United States
Ron Figlar-Barnes, Skokomish Indian Tribe, United States

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4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Thursday, April 5th
10:00 AM

Ocean Acidification: Observations and Monitoring in Salish Sea Waters

The combined effects of acidification and hypoxia in Washington coastal waters

Richard Feely, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab., United States
Remy Okazaki, Univ. of Washington, United States
Wei-Jun Cai, Univ. of Delaware, United States
Brendan Carter, Univ. of Washington, United States
Nina Bednarsek, Southern California Coastal Water Research Project, United States
Simone Alin, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab., United States
Robert H. Byrne, Univ. of South Florida, United States
Andrea Fassbender, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, United States
Dana Greeley, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab., United States

10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Restoration and Protection Today for an Uncertain Tomorrow: Climate Change in Practice

Fir Island farm: estuary restoration project: designing for climate change and uncertainty in shoreline flood risk reduction and ecosystem restoration projects

David Cline, Shannon and Wilson Inc., United States

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10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

10:15 AM

Ocean Acidification: Observations and Monitoring in Salish Sea Waters

A decade-long biogeochemical cruise time-series from the Salish Sea and Washington coast: Regional connections to large-scale ocean climate drivers of ocean acidification and hypoxia

Simone Alin, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab., United States
Jan A. Newton, Univ. of Washington, United States
Richard A. Feely, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab., United States
Beth Curry, Univ. of Washington, United States
Dana J. Greeley, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab., United States
Marine Lebrec, Univ. of Washington, United States

10:15 AM - 10:30 AM

Restoration and Protection Today for an Uncertain Tomorrow: Climate Change in Practice

Guiding Chinook salmon recovery projects towards a more resilient future

Stacy Vynne McKinstry, Puget Sound Partnership, United States
Amber Moore, Puget Sound Partnership, United States

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10:15 AM - 10:30 AM

10:30 AM

Ocean Acidification: Observations and Monitoring in Salish Sea Waters

Patterns and variability in ocean acidification conditions in Puget Sound and the Strait of Juan de Fuca

Jan Newton, Univ. of Washington, United States
Simone Alin, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab., United States
Beth Curry, Univ. of Washington, United States
Adrienne Sutton, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab., United States
John Mickett, Univ. of Washington, United States
Richard Feely, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab., United States
Marine Lebrec, Univ. of Washington, United States
Dana Greeley, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Lab., United States
Wendi Ruef, Univ. of Washington, United States
Andrea Fassbender, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, United States
Terrie Klinger, Univ. of Washington, United States

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10:30 AM - 10:45 AM

Restoration and Protection Today for an Uncertain Tomorrow: Climate Change in Practice

Lessons learned: tidal marsh restoration in a dynamic context of stress and climate change

Roger N. Fuller, Western Washington Univ., United States

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10:30 AM - 10:45 AM

10:45 AM

Ocean Acidification: Observations and Monitoring in Salish Sea Waters

Sources of acidic bottom water in Bellingham Bay, Washington

David Shull, Western Washington Univ., United States

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10:45 AM - 11:00 AM

Restoration and Protection Today for an Uncertain Tomorrow: Climate Change in Practice

Sea level rise guidance for nearshore habitat restoration in Puget Sound

Harriet Morgan, Univ. of Washington, United States
Nicole Faghin, Washington Sea Grant, United States
Jay Krienitz, Estuary and Salmon Restoration Program, United States
Tish Conway-Cranos, Estuary and Salmon Restoration Program, United States

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10:45 AM - 11:00 AM

11:00 AM

Ocean Acidification: Observations and Monitoring in Salish Sea Waters

Results from the Baynes Sound Environmental Intelligence Collaboration (BaSEIC)

Wiley Evans, Hakai Institute, Canada
Darlene Winterburn, BC Shellfish Grower's Association, Canada
Katie Pocock, Hakai Institute, Canada
Carrie Weekes, Hakai Institute, Canada
Alex Hare, Hakai Institute, Canada

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11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

11:15 AM

Ocean Acidification: Observations and Monitoring in Salish Sea Waters

The story so far: an in situ pairing of chemical oceanography and physiology

Helen Gurney-Smith, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Kayla Mohns, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Caitlin Smith, Vancouver Island Univ., Canada
Tamara Brown, Microthalassia Inc., Canada
Brenna Collicutt, Hakai Institute, Canada
Anne Haegert, Vancouver General Hospital, Canada
Wiley Evans, Hakai Institute, Canada

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11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

1:30 PM

Ocean Acidification: Modeling and Predictions

Sensitivity of the regional ocean acidification and carbonate system in Puget Sound to ocean and freshwater inputs

Laura Bianucci, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Wen Long, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Tarang Khangaonkar, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Greg Pelletier, Washington State Dept. of Ecology, United States
Anise Ahmed, Washington State Dept. of Ecology, United States
Teizeen Mohamedali, Washington State Dept. of Ecology, United States
Mindy Roberts, Washington Environmental Council, United States
Cristiana Figueroa-Kaminsky, Washington State Dept. of Ecology, United States

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1:30 PM - 1:45 PM

1:45 PM

Ocean Acidification: Modeling and Predictions

Wind-driven upwelling in the northern Strait of Georgia

Ben Moore-Maley, The Univ. of British Columbia, Canada
Vicky Do, The Univ. of British Columbia, Canada
Susan Allen, The Univ. of British Columbia, Canada
Debby Ianson, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada

1:45 PM - 2:00 PM

2:00 PM

Ocean Acidification: Modeling and Predictions

LiveOcean: a daily forecast model of biogeochemistry in Washington marine waters

Parker MacCready, Univ. of Washington, United States
Samantha A. Siedlecki, Univ. of Connecticut, United States
Ryan M. McCabe, Univ. of Washington, United States

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2:00 PM - 2:15 PM

2:15 PM

Ocean Acidification: Modeling and Predictions

Omega Oracle: forecasting estuarine carbonate weather

Cameron Allen, Oregon State Univ., United States
George G. Waldbusser, Oregon State Univ., United States
Burke Hales, Oregon State Univ., United States

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2:15 PM - 2:30 PM

2:30 PM

Ocean Acidification: Modeling and Predictions

Salish Sea model: ocean acidification module and the response to regional anthropogenic nutrient sources

Greg Pelletier, Washington State Dept. of Ecology, United States
Laura Bianucci, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Wen Long, Tecplot, United States
Tarang Khangaonkar, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Teizeen Mohamedali, Washington State Dept. of Ecology, United States
Anise Ahmed, Washington State Dept. of Ecology, United States
Cristiana Figueroa-Kaminsky, Washington State Dept. of Ecology, United States
Nina Bednarsek, SCCWRP, United States

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2:30 PM - 2:45 PM

2:45 PM

Ocean Acidification: Modeling and Predictions

From knowledge to action: advancing Washington state's strategic response on ocean acidification

Julie Horowitz, Washington State, United States
Martha Kongsgaard, Marine Resource Advisory Council, United States

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2:45 PM - 3:00 PM

3:30 PM

Ocean Acidification: Effects and Interactions with Organisms

Elevated carbon dioxide alters neural signaling and anti-predator behaviors in ocean phase coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch)

Chase Williams, Univ. of Washington, United States
Evan Gallagher, Univ. of Washington, United States
Andrew Dittman, NOAA Fisheries, United States
Paul McElhany, NOAA Ocean Acidification Program, United States
Shallin Busch, NOAA Ocean Acidification Program, United States
Theo Bammler, Univ. of Washington, United States
James MacDonald, Univ. of Washington, United States

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3:30 PM - 3:45 PM

3:45 PM

Ocean Acidification: Effects and Interactions with Organisms

Ameliorating ocean acidification: towards a model relating pCO2, irradiance and leaf area index of Zostera marina (eelgrass) in Padilla Bay, WA

Tyler Tran, Shannon Point Marine Ctr., United States
Brooke Love, Western Washington Univ., United States
Sylvia Yang, Western Washington Univ., United States
Cinde Donoghue, Washington State Dept. of Natural Resources, United States

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3:45 PM - 4:00 PM

4:00 PM

Ocean Acidification: Effects and Interactions with Organisms

Seasonal patterns of estuarine acidification in seagrass beds of the Snohomish Estuary, WA

Stephen Pacella, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, United States
Cheryl A. Brown, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, United States
T. Chris Mochon-Collura, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, United States
George G. Waldbusser, Oregon State Univ., United States
Rochelle G. Labiosa, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, United States
Burke Hales, Oregon State Univ., United States

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4:00 PM - 4:15 PM

4:15 PM

Ocean Acidification: Effects and Interactions with Organisms

Habitat effects of macrophytes and shell on the performance of juvenile clams and local pH conditions

Courtney Greiner, Swinomish Indian Tribal Community, United States
Terrie Klinger, Univ. of Washington, United States
Jennifer Ruesink, Univ. of Washington, United States
Micah Horwith, Washington Dept. of Natural Resources, United States

4:15 PM - 4:30 PM

4:30 PM

Ocean Acidification: Effects and Interactions with Organisms

Stable isotopic records of shell carbonate and the effects of ocean acidification along the Washington coast

Yongwen Gao, Makah Fisheries Management, United States
Russell Svec, Makah Fisheries Management, United States

4:30 PM - 4:45 PM

Friday, April 6th
8:30 AM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part I

What climate change means for the Salish Sea

Nathan Vadeboncoeur, Smart Shores, Canada

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8:30 AM - 8:45 AM

8:45 AM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part I

Flood modelling and mitigation planning in BC's Lower Fraser River and Southcoast

Steve Litke, Fraser Basin Council, Canada

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8:45 AM - 9:00 AM

9:00 AM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part I

A multiple-methods vertical land movement analysis and its integration into probabilistic sea level rise projections for coastal Washington

Ian Miller, Washington Sea Grant, United States
Tyler Newton, Univ. of Oregon, United States
Ray Weldon, Univ. of Oregon, United States
David Schmidt, Univ. of Washington, United States
Guillaume Mauger, Climate Impacts Group, United States
Eric Grossman, U.S. Geological Survey, United States

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9:00 AM - 9:15 AM

9:15 AM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part I

Puget Sound coastal storm modeling system (PS-CoSMoS) to inform coastal change planning

Eric Grossman, U.S. Geological Survey, United States
Sean Crosby, Len/LynkerTech, United States
Nathan van Arendonk, Western Washington Univ., United States
Patrick Barnard, U.S. Geological Survey, United States
Li Erikson, U.S. Geological Survey, United States
Andrew Stevens, U.S. Geological Survey, United States
Edwin Elias, Deltares USA, United States

9:15 AM - 9:30 AM

9:30 AM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part I

Impacts of lower Fraser River geometry on the Fraser River plume

Susan Allen, The Univ. of British Columbia, Canada
Michael Dunphy, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Canada
Jie Liu, The Univ. of British Columbia, Canada
Elise Olson, The Univ. of British Columbia, Canada

9:30 AM - 9:45 AM

9:45 AM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part I

Characterizing and comparing community exposure to coastal flood hazards in California: an integrated approach to support Salish Sea planning

Nathan Wood, U.S. Geological Survey, United States
Jeanne Jones, U.S. Geological Survey, United States

9:45 AM - 10:00 AM

10:30 AM

Estuarine Climate Change Adaptation

Potential interactions of sea level rise and sedimentation in the lower Puyallup River

Jeff Parsons, Herrera Enviromental Consultants, United States

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10:30 AM - 10:45 AM

10:45 AM

Estuarine Climate Change Adaptation

Guidelines for mapping sea level rise and uncertainty

Robert Norheim, Univ. of Washington, United States
Guillaume Mauger, Univ. of Washington, United States

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10:45 AM - 11:00 AM

11:00 AM

Estuarine Climate Change Adaptation

The living dike initiative

John Readshaw, SNC-Lavalin Inc., Canada
Deborah Carlson, West Coast Environmental Law, Canada
Jessica Wilson, SNC-Lavalin Inc., Canada

11:00 AM - 11:15 AM

11:15 AM

Estuarine Climate Change Adaptation

Using surface elevation tables and marker horizons to evaluate resiliency and trajectories of tidal marshes and restoration projects in the Snohomish River estuary

Devin Robinson, Veterans Conservation Corp., United States
Jason Hall, Northwest Fisheries Science Ctr., United States
Joshua Chamberlin, Northwest Fisheries Science Ctr., United States
Todd Zachery, Tulalip Tribe, United States
Casimir Rice, Northwest Fisheries Science Ctr., United States

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11:15 AM - 11:30 AM

1:30 PM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part II

Modeling wind-induced waves in the Salish Sea

Zhaoqing Yang, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Wei-Cheng Wu, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Taiping Wang, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Guillaume Mauger, Univ. of Washington, United States
Ruby Leung, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States

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1:30 PM - 1:45 PM

1:45 PM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part II

Providing modeling tools on extreme events of climate change to Puget Sound managers

Andrea Copping, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Zhaoqing Yang, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Ian Miller, Washington Sea Grant, United States
Jude Apple, Padilla Bay NERR, United States
Guillaume Mauger, Univ. of Washington, United States
Nathalie Voisin, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Aimee Fullerton, Northwest Fisheries Science Ctr., United States
Ning Sun, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States
Mikaela Freeman, Pacific Northwest National Lab., United States

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1:45 PM - 2:00 PM

2:00 PM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part II

Using a design charrette and state of the art coastal modeling to support local government adaptation to sea level rise

Carol Macilroy, Skagit Climate Science Consortium, United States
John Doyle, Town of La Conner, United States
Eric Grossman, U.S. Geological Survey, United States
Guillaume Mauger, Univ. of Washington, United States

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2:00 PM - 2:15 PM

2:15 PM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part II

What about the farms? A look at resilience planning for agriculture in Snohomish County

Cindy Dittbrenner, Snohomish Conservation District, United States

2:15 PM - 2:30 PM

2:30 PM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part II

Salish Sea surface currents: real-time velocities from HF radar

Richard Dewey, Univ. of Victoria, Canada
Rich Pawlowicz, The Univ. of British Columbia, Canada
Mike Morley, Ocean Networks Canada, Canada
Manman Wang, Ocean Networks Canada, Canada

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2:30 PM - 2:45 PM

2:45 PM

Integrated Coastal Climate Change Modeling for Salish Sea Planning: Part II

Understanding the implications of a changing environment on harvested bivalve populations using habitat suitability models

Ted DeWitt, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, United States
Nathaniel Lewis, ORISE, United States
Eric Fox, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, United States
Stephen Pacella, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, United States

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2:45 PM - 3:00 PM