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Congrats to Dr. Josue Medellin-Azuara! The 2017 Steyer-Taylor Fellow at PPIC

Congraluations Dr. Josué Medellín-Azuara on becoming the 2017 Steyer-Taylor Fellow. This is the second year of a three-year fellowship―supported with funding from the TomKat Foundation, established by Tom Steyer and Kat Taylor―to explore solutions to some of California’s toughest groundwater policy challenges.

State of the Salmonids: Status of California's Emblematic Fishes 2017 - Scientific Report Released

The University of California, Davis Center for Watershed Sciences and California Trout have officially released the State of the Salmonids scientific report.  State of the Salmonids: Status of California’s Emblematic Fishes 2017, dives deeply into the status and trends facing all salmonids in California.  The scientific report accompanies SOS II: Fish in Hot Water, a summary of the scientific report, which was released earlier t

Oct 17-19, Riparian Summit: Confluence to Influence - Call for Papers

The Riparian Summit: Confluence to Influence will be held October 17-19, 2017 at the University of California, Davis. The 3-day summit will bring together a wide range of people interested in riparian landscapes, including restoration practitioners, land managers, policymakers, private landowners, artists, and scientists, to share knowledge and strategies for managing, protecting, and restoring California’s riparian ecosystems.

Oct 10-11: State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference Call for Submissions

State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference Deadlines
Poster Abstracts: Due July 24th
Jean Auer Award Nominations: Due July 28th
Outstanding Environmental Project Award Nominations:  Due July 28th
 
Call for Poster Abstracts

3 Brown Bag Seminars Discussing Flow Targets and Ecology

The Delta Science Program, CDFW Watershed Restoration Grants Branch, and the Surface Water Ambient Monitoring Program will jointly host: Three Brown Bag Seminars Discussing Flow Targets and Ecology.

Seminar 1: Functional-Flows and Flow Targets - Sarah Yarnell, Ph.D.

Monday, July 10, 2017

Noon -1pm Park Tower Plaza - 2nd Floor Conference Center - 980 Ninth Street - Sacramento, CA 95814

Women in Watershed Research Panelists at Floodplain Ecology Institute

Ann Willis, Miranda Tilcock, and Megan Nguyen of the Center for Watershed Sciences will participate in the Women in Watershed Panel at the Floodplain Ecology Intitute tomorrow held at the Civic Center Galleria in West Sacramento, CA.

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