2022 Mat-Su Salmon Science & Conservation Symposium


Mon Nov 14 2022 at 09:00 am to Tue Nov 15 2022 at 04:00 pm


Palmer Community Center (Depot) | Palmer, AK

15th Annual Mat-Su Salmon Science & Conservation Symposium
About this Event

The 15th Annual Mat-Su Salmon Science & Conservation Symposium will share the latest scientific research, restoration and conservation efforts related to salmon and their habitat in Matanuska-Susitna basin.

This year's keynote speaker is Jonathan Moore. Moore is a Professor at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada, and holds the Liber Ero Research Chair of Coastal Science and Management. He received his PhD from University of Washington and has researched salmon and their watersheds, from Alaska to California to British Columbia. He studies freshwater biodiversity, watersheds, and global change.

In his presentation, he will share emerging science on climate change and other human impacts to salmon and opportunities for salmon stewardship and climate resilience. In this era of rapid global change, there is a need and opportunity for the proactive stewardship of rapidly changing salmon systems to help them cope and adapt to climate change.

Abstracts are due for presenters on October 7, 2022.

Learn more at MatSuSalmon.org.


Where is it happening?

Palmer Community Center (Depot), 610 South Valley Way, Palmer, United States

Event Location & Nearby Stays:


USD 0.00 to USD 25.00

Mat-Su Salmon Habitat Partnership

Host or Publisher Mat-Su Salmon Habitat Partnership

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