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									                            Society for Ecological Restoration Northwest and British Columbia Chapters and
                                Washington-British Columbia Chapter of the American Fisheries Society,
                        in association with the Restoration of Natural Systems Program at University of Victoria
                                   May 15-18, 2012, University of Victoria; Victoria, British Columbia
                                                                 presents
                                                      "BEYOND BORDERS 2012"

                                                       SCHEDULE AT A GLANCE
Time                        Monday, May 14             Tues, May 15            Wed, May 16                      Thur, May 17               Fri, May 18
Early (7 to 8 am)                                      Student Volunteer       AFS Spawning Run
                                                       Breakfast, Registration
                                                       begins 7:30 am

Morning (8:30 to 12)        Arrivals                   Opening, Plenary,           Concurrent sessions*         Concurrent sessions* +    Field Trips (all day)
                                                       Awards                                                   workshops
Lunch (12 to 1)             Steering and Section       Cadboro Commons             BBQ Lunch at SSM             Business Mtgs with buffet Field Trips (cont'd)
                            Chair pre-meeting          Lunch, then visit Trade     Courtyard, then visit        lunch in the foyer, then
                            planning session lunch     Show/Posters                Trade Show/Posters           visit Trade Show/Posters

Afternoon (1:30 to 5)       Early registration opens, Concurrent sessions*,       Concurrent sessions*,         Concurrent sessions* +     Field Trips (cont'd),
                            Exhibitors set up, Poster option for short field trip option for short field trip   workshops, option for      University of Victoria
                            session set up; AFS       (Mystic Vale)               (Mt. Tolmie)                  short field trip (Haro     Restoration of Natural
                            Professional continuing                                                             Woods)                     Systems 15th
                            education sessions;                                                                                            Anniversary Events
                            Restoration Institute                                                                                          (Events starting at 1:00
                            Events (1-5 pm)                                                                                                pm)

Happy Hour (5 to 7)         Welcome Social             Poster session / Trade      Silent auction and no host Student Mentoring Mixer Conference Ends
                                                       Show Social                 bar 6 - 7
Evening (7 to 9)            Open                       Leaping Frog Films:         Banquet and                Local Pub Night
                                                       Elwha Feature               Entertainment

*Concurrent sessions include symposia and contributed papers, and have mid-morning and afternoon breaks
                                                  "BEYOND BORDERS 2012"


                                                     Monday, May 14
12:00 -
1:00 PM


               MICHELE PUJOL ROOM
1:00 -
5:00 PM     Early registration, Exhibit set-up,
                    and poster set-up




5:00-7:00      MICHELE PUJOL ROOM
PM
                     Welcome Social
   "BEYOND BORDERS 2012"
PROGRAM SCHEDULE
          Monday, May 14
                ELLIOT 162

    Steering and Section Chair meeting

                ELLIOT 162

        AFS Continuing Education
 1: 30. L. Stordeur, Entrance criteria into the
        BC College of Applied Biology
2:30. M. Pedersen, International Fisheries
Consulting Related to Approval of Major
Infrastructure Projects
ERS 2012"
HEDULE
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            Social Sciences and Mathematics (SSM)
                            Building
                    Restoration Institute
                                                      "BEYOND BORDER


                                             Tuesday, May 15
                  PUJOL LOUNGE
7:00 -
8:00 AM      Student Volunteer Organizing
                      Breakfast
7:30 -          Universty Centre Lobby
8:30 AM              Registration
                                              Opening - Universty Centre
8:30 -
9:00 AM     Welcome from Conference Chairs

9:00 AM -
12:00 PM


             9:00. Cara Nelson

             9:40. SER BC Awards

             9:50. Morning Break

             10:20. Eric Higgs

             11:00. AFS Awards

             11:10. Lisa DeBruyckere

             11:50. SER NW Awards
12:00 -
                                                         Lunch - Cadboro Comm
1:25 PM
                                                 Concurrent Sessions
                       SSM A110
              Symposium: Applied Fisheries
          Science in the Okanogan River Basin.
               Moderator: John Arterburn


                1:30. Panther, J. A historical
1: 30 -   introduction to salmon in the Okanogan
3:00 PM                 River Basin

            2:00. Fisher. C.J. After a decade of
            effort and excluded for more than a
            century, summer steelhead become
              reestablished in Salmon Creek.



          2:30. Fisher. C.J. Rehabilitation in the
                   Okanogan Sub-basin


3:00 -
                                                     Nutrition and Coffee Break - Various locations
3:30 PM
                                          Concurrent Sessions + 1 Short On-Campus Field Trip (My
                        SSM A110

3:30 -
5:00 PM       Symposium: Applied Fisheries
          Science in the Okanogan River Basin.
               Moderator: John Arterburn




            3:30. Masters, Z. Sockeye Salmon
          Utilization of Restored Okanagan River
                           Habitat
           4:00. Hyatt, K. Fish-and-Water Tools
            Project Contributions to Okanagan
                    Salmon Restoration


             4:30. Phillips, B. Sockeye salmon
          passage restoration at Skaha Dam on the
              Okanagan River– concepts and
                       considerations.
5:00 -
                                        Poster Session and Trade Show Social - Michele Pujol Ro
7:00 PM
7:00 -
                                                    Leaping Frog Films: Elwha Feature - Elliott 06
8:00 PM
                    "BEYOND BORDERS 2012"
                     PROGRAM SCHEDULE
        Tuesday, May 15




          Opening - Universty Centre

Opening Ceremony Blessing: First Nations

Plenary Speakers and Awards - University Centre


Knowledge is Power: New Paradigms for Increasing Understanding of Restoration Outcomes




Novel Ecosystems: when and how do we intervene in the new ecological world order?”




’Moving the Needle’ with the 3 C’s: Communication, Collaboration, and Coordination




                       Lunch - Cadboro Commons Dining Room
              Concurrent Sessions
                SSM A102
             Symposium: Mine Reclamation.
                Moderator Dave Polster.




          1:30 Dave Polster. Enhancing Biodiversity
               on Drastically Disturbed Sites


          2:00 Tashe, N. and Duncan, S. Balancing
          End Land Use Objectives to Guide Mine
                  Reclamation Treatments



         2:30. Straker, S and C. Smyth. “Long-term
         development of vegetation communities on
               reclaimed sites – a case study"


         Nutrition and Coffee Break - Various locations
Concurrent Sessions + 1 Short On-Campus Field Trip (Mystic Vale)
                        SSM A102



             Symposium: Mine Reclamation.
                Moderator Dave Polster.




         3:30 Keefer, M. “Development of a Native
          Species Nursery for Mine Reclamation”
          4:00. Rokosh, S. Restoration of Drilling
        Platforms as Models for Future Revegetation
                   of Tropical Mine Sites


          4:30. Brown, G. Exploring the Ecosystem
        Services of Ecological Restoration: The Case
        of Sea Buckthorn, Mongolian Mine Sites and
                     Local Development
Poster Session and Trade Show Social - Michele Pujol Room (SUB)

        Leaping Frog Films: Elwha Feature - Elliott 061
YOND BORDERS 2012"
OGRAM SCHEDULE
 15




rsty Centre

                  Opening Greetings: U Vic Administration

ds - University Centre


aradigms for Increasing Understanding of Restoration Outcomes




 how do we intervene in the new ecological world order?”




e 3 C’s: Communication, Collaboration, and Coordination




ch - Cadboro Commons Dining Room
essions
                                 SSM A104
                  Symposium: Building Linkages Between
                     Invasive Species and Restoration.
                          Moderator Gail Wallin



                    1: 30. Heise, B. Ecology and control of
                  aquatic invasive fishes in British Columbia


                  2:00. Millar, J. & J. Hirner. Restoration and
                    Invasive Plant Challenges in BC Parks




                   2:30. Kristianson, L. Technology and the
                              Battle on Invasives



k - Various locations
ampus Field Trip (Mystic Vale)
                                  SSM A102


                  Symposium: Building Linkages Between
                     Invasive Species and Restoration.
                          Moderator Gail Wallin




                3:30. Golumbia, T. Eradication or Restoration:
                   Putting Invasive Species in a Restoration
                                   Context
                    4:00. Bellefleur, D. How to restore a dune
                   ecosystem and bring back native species by
                    removing Ammophila at the Wickaninnish
                   dunes of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve


                      4:30. Prasad, R. Ecology, Biology,
                  Management of some alien-invasive plants in
                                coastal forestry

al - Michele Pujol Room (SUB)

a Feature - Elliott 061
ELLIOT 162
 Symposium: Entrusting Indigenous
  Knowledge to Develop Ecosystem
   Indicators for Restoration and
    Climate Change Adaptation.
     Moderator Eric Grossman

1:30. Grossman, E. Impending Land Use
and Climate Change Impacts and
Transboundary Science Needs in the
Salish Sea

  2:00 Chief Campbell, I. Squamish
  Nation Perspective on Cumulative
 Impacts to EcoCultural Sustainability

2:30 Martinez, D. Indigenous Ecosystem-
   Based Adaptation and Ecocultural
  Restoration: Guidance for Protecting
 Indigenous Knowledge and Restoring
   Cultural Landscapes During Rapid
        Environmental Change.




            ELLIOT 162
 Symposium: Entrusting Indigenous
  Knowledge to Develop Ecosystem
   Indicators for Restoration and
          Climate Change
    Adaptation.Moderator Eric
             Grossman



  3:30. Mankowski, J. Framework of
  Integration from the North Pacific
 Landscape Conservation Cooperative
ELLIOT 062   ELLIOTT 061
        Contributed Papers Session



    1:30. Stroud, D. Wild kokanee acoustic
  tracking in Lake Roosevelt, Washington: a
                                                 1:30-3:00. Leaping Frog Films:
story of diel vertical migration, spawning and
                                                             Part A
                  entrainment
                                                   "Engaging Your Audience:
    2:00. Blake, A. Wild kokanee acoustic
                                                 Promoting Restoration Via the
  tracking in Lake Roosevelt, Washington: a
                                                         Power of Film"
story of diel vertical migration, spawning and
                  entrainment



 2:30. Paluch, M. Movements of Bull Trout
 Relocated Above Albeni Falls Dam, Idaho




               ELLIOT 062



        Contributed Papers Session




3:30. Sontag, D. Comparison of smallmouth
 bass and northern pikeminnow diets under
docks and in reference areas of Pend Oreille
 Lake, Idaho with specific reference to the
number of bull trout consumed in each area
   4:00. Beck, M. Reconciling large-scale
model predictions with small-scale - Impacts
 and interactions of non-native Smallmouth
  bass (Micropterus dolomieu) with native
     species in British Columbian Lakes


 4:30. Caisman, J. Non-Native Walleye in
Lake Washington: A Preliminary Analysis of
      Origins and Ecological Impacts
                                                                            "BEYOND BORDE


                                                                                   Wednesday, M
7:00 -            McKinnon Gym - Start
8:00 AM               Spawning Run
                                                                                          Concurrent
                         SSM A110
8:30 -
10:00 AM       Symposium: Applied Fisheries
           Science in the Okanogan River Basin.
                Moderator: John Arterburn

              8:30. Baldwin, C. Use of Selective
             Harvest to Support Hatchery Reform
            Principles for Summer/Fall Chinook in
           the New Chief Joseph Salmon Hatchery
           Program in the Columbia and Okanogan
                            Rivers.
           9:00. Brushwood C. and C. Baldwin.
           Reintroduction of Spring Chinook into
              the Okanogan River Basin as an
               “Experimental, Non-Essential
           Population” under Section 10(j) of the
                  Endangered Species Act

            9:30. Mann, R. Population structure,
             movement patterns, and prespawn
           mortality for natural origin summer/fall
             Chinook salmon above Wells Dam

10:00 -
                                                      Nutrition and Coffee Break - Elliot foyer, SSM r
10:30 AM

                                                                                          Concurrent
                         SSM A110




10:30 AM
              Symposium: Applied Fisheries
          Science in the Okanogan River Basin.
               Moderator: John Arterburn

           10:30. Fryer, J. The use of PIT and
10:30 AM acoustic tags to estimate the survival of
- 12:00  sockeye salmon from Wells Dam to the
PM            Okanagan spawning grounds

           11:00. Hathaway, D. Lower Okanogan
             River Basin PIT Tag Interrogation
                         Systems.

           11:30. Schaller, S. Using Underwater
           Video to Enumerate Salmonids in the
                     Okanogan Basin
12:00 -
                                                     BBQ Lunch - Social Sciences and Mat
1:25 PM
                                                                             Concurrent
                        SSM A110

              Symposium: Applied Fisheries
          Science in the Okanogan River Basin.
               Moderator: John Arterburn


               1:30. Arterburn, J. Adaptive
             management using adult steelhead
1: 30 -                   trends
3:00 PM



               2:00. Arterburn, J. Adaptive
            management using habitat status and
                        trend data


             2:30. Schwartz, J. Okanogan River
               Basin Monitoring, Evaluation,
                 Diagnosis, and Treatment
3:00 -
                                                      Nutrition and Coffee Break - Elliot foyer, SSM r
3:30 PM
                                                                    Concurrent Sessions + 1 Short On-
                         SSM A110
3:30 -
5:00 PM         Symposium: Applied Fisheries
            Science in the Okanogan River Basin.
                 Moderator: John Arterburn

             3:30. Lindskoog, R. Management of
            Fish and Wildlife Data collected by the
                 Colville Confederated Tribes




6:00 -
                                                                         Silent auction and no-host m
7:00 PM
7:00 - 11
                                                         Banquet and Entertainment (Band and Banq
PM
                      "BEYOND BORDERS 2012"
                     PROGRAM SCHEDULE
                            Wednesday, May 16


                                   Concurrent Sessions
                SSM A102

 Symposium: Stream Restoration: Where
   we’ve been and where we’re going.
       Moderator: John Morgan


      8:30 Athanasakes, J.G. Use of the
    RIVERMorph Software for WARSSS
    Analyses and Natural Channel Design




   9:00. Geenen, M. Fisheries Habitat
Compensation Using Natural Channel Design
              Techniques



   9:30. Polster, D. Soil Bioengineering
  Treatments for Streambank and Riparian
                Restoration


Nutrition and Coffee Break - Elliot foyer, SSM room B255, and the Michele Pujol room (SUB)

                                   Concurrent Sessions
                SSM A102
Symposium: Stream Restoration: Where
  we’ve been and where we’re going.
      Moderator: John Morgan

     10:30. Rafferty, M. Maloney Creek
    restoration project - balancing habitat
  restoration and flood control in an alpine
                alluvial system

 11:00. Oehrli, C. Blackwood Creek Stream
    and Floodplain Restoration; a Novel
   Approach in a Dynamic and Changing
                Environment

11:30. Malmkvist, L. Stream Restoration as
    an Asset to Development Projects

         BBQ Lunch - Social Sciences and Mathematics (SSM) Building Courtyard
                                       Concurrent Sessions
                 SSM A102

Symposium: Stream Restoration: Where
  we’ve been and where we’re going.
      Moderator: John Morgan

   1:30. Barbara Wojtaszek. Stream and
 Riparian Restoration in a Remote Coastal
  National Park Reserve (Gwaii Haanas):
    Strategy, Challenges, and a taste of
                Lemonade

    2:00. Vukman, M. Application of the
Watershed Assessment of River Stability and
Sediment Supply (WARSSS) to the design of
   a Salmonid Habitat Improvement and
             Passage Project


                 2:30. Open
Nutrition and Coffee Break - Elliot foyer, SSM room B255, and the Michele Pujol room (SUB)
              Concurrent Sessions + 1 Short On-Campus Field Trip (Mt. Tolmie)
                SSM A102

  Social Media for Scientists - Interactive
                  Session




                    Silent auction and no-host mixer - Cadboro Commons

   Banquet and Entertainment (Band and Banquet Speaker, Briony Penn and Belinda Claxton) -
EYOND BORDERS 2012"
OGRAM SCHEDULE
 Wednesday, May 16


        Concurrent Sessions
                                SSM A104

                   Symposium: Symposium on Climate
                    Change Impacts and Restoration.
                      Moderator: Rolf Gersonde


                8:30. Davis, L. The role of forest restoration
               for increasing the resilience of Pacific salmon
                            in a changing climate




                 9:00. Roni. P. Effectiveness of restoration
                       techniques and climate change




                     9:30. Higgs, E. Novel Ecosystems



- Elliot foyer, SSM room B255, and the Michele Pujol room (SUB)

        Concurrent Sessions
                                SSM A104
                  Symposium: Symposium on Climate
                   Change Impacts and Restoration.
                     Moderator: Rolf Gersonde

               10:30 Gersonde, R. Assisted migration trial to
                address future climate change impacts in the
                     Cedar River Municipal Watershed


                 11:00 Fuller, R. Estuary Restoration and
                 Climate Change: Why Climate Matters to
                           Restoration Projects

                 11:30 Glicik, P. Designing climate-smart
               restoration projects: Examples from the Great
                                Lakes region
al Sciences and Mathematics (SSM) Building Courtyard
        Concurrent Sessions
                                SSM A104


                       Contributed Papers Session



               1:30. Tveten, R. Shrub Steppe and Grassland
                 Restoration in the Columbia River Basin,
                        Why Reinvent the Wheel?



                 2:00. Gray, J. A Comparative Analysis of
               Induced versus Native Wetlands in the Quincy
                 Wildlife Management Area, Grant County,
                                Washington

               2:30. Gallagher, K. Recruitment predictors of
                endangered prairie species: A case study of
                           Erigeron decumbens
 - Elliot foyer, SSM room B255, and the Michele Pujol room (SUB)
 ssions + 1 Short On-Campus Field Trip (Mt. Tolmie)
                                  SSM A104


                         Contributed Papers Session



                   3:30. Gao, Y. Otoliths speak out: why the
                  Pacific halibut in Puget Sound are different




                  4:00. Murauskas, J. Relationship between
                  abundance of common host species in the
                 marine environment and abundance of Pacific
                        lamprey in the Columbia River



                 4:30. de Graaf, R. Surf smelt and Pacific sand
                         lance spawning ecology in BC


uction and no-host mixer - Cadboro Commons

ment (Band and Banquet Speaker, Briony Penn and Belinda Claxton) - Cadboro Commons Dining Room
                              ELLIOT 162

               Symposium: Fish Behavior and Habitat at
                 Overwater Structures. Moderator Jim
                              Shannon


                  8:30. Slogan, J. Marine Community
               Dynamics of Engineered Fish Compensation
                      Habitat in Burrard Inlet BC




                9:00. Shannon, J. Fish behavior and habitat
                   near the Elliott Bay Seawall, Seattle,
                                Washington




               9:30. Weitkamp, D.. Experience with Young
                    Salmon Near Overwater Structures



ele Pujol room (SUB)



                              ELLIOT 162
             Symposium: Ecosystems on the brink –
            restoring rare Garry Oak ecosystems and
               species at risk. Moderator: Kathryn
                               Martell
                10:30. Martell, K. Restoring British
                       Columbia’s Garry Oak
               Ecosystems—involving landowners in
                      species at risk recovery

              11:00 Hebda, R. The vital role essential
            ecosystem characteristics and planning Garry
                Oak meadow ecosystem restoration.

              11:30 Polster, D. Retaining the Flower
             Meadows: Douglas-fir Removal at Mount
                  Tzuhalem Ecological Reserve
Courtyard


                           ELLIOT 162
             Symposium: Ecosystems on the brink –
            restoring rare Garry Oak ecosystems and
               species at risk. Moderator: Kathryn
                               Martell

            1:30 Walker, R. Assessing the use of fire for
               eco-cultural restoration in Gulf Islands
                       National Park Reserve.


                          2:00 Pellatt, M.
             Climate change impacts on past and future
              ecosystems: Using Paleoclimatology and
              Bioclimate Envelope Modeling to Guide
             Protected Area Planning and Management

            2:30. Webb, C. Restoring habitat for Garry
            Oak Ecosystems and species at risk–the big
                   picture: a 10 year summary.
ele Pujol room (SUB)
Tolmie)
                              ELLIOT 162
                Symposium: Ecosystems on the brink –
               restoring rare Garry Oak ecosystems and
                  species at risk. Moderator: Kathryn
                                  Martell
               3:30 Wilson, M.G. Elk Rock Island Natural
                Area: conserving and restoring an Oregon
                   white oak community in the Portland
                             metropolitan area

                       Contributed Papers Session



                4:00. Schaefer, V. and Miles, J. Promoting
                 Urban Restoration Through Restoration
                                  Walks



               4:30. Blundon, D. Restoration of a degraded
                   sand spit coastal-ecosystem, Coburg
               Peninsula, Esquimalt Lagoon Migratory Bird
                  Sanctuary, British Columbia, Canada

ns

nn and Belinda Claxton) - Cadboro Commons Dining Room
               ELLIOT 062                            ELLIOTT 061


       Contributed Papers Session




8:30. Kaiser, D. Fish Habitat Compensation
 for the BC Hydro Northwest Transmission
                    Line                          8:30-10:00. Leaping Frog
                                                           Films:
                                                           Part A
                                                 "Engaging Your Audience:
  9:00. Fox, C. Pacific herring spawn and       Promoting Restoration Via the
macroalgae subsidize intertidal detritivores of        Power of Film"
          mixed substrate beaches




   9:30. Taylor, R. Wilson Farm Habitat
              Enhancements




               ELLIOT 062
        Contributed Papers Session


 10:30. Pennick, K. Factors Influencing the
  Distribution of Late-Seral Woody Species
 along the Upper Missouri River in Central
                   Montana
     11:00. Larson, A. Restoring spatial
    heterogeneity in fire-frequent forests:
  ecological basis, silvicultural techniques,
   effectiveness monitoring, and adaptive
                 management
  11:30. Juran, A. Rethinking Revegetation
Treatments After Road Removal in the Rocky
                  Mountains




               ELLIOT 062                           ELLIOTT 061


        Contributed Papers Session



  1:30. Seymour, K. The Galore Creek Fish
  Habitat Compensation Project: Challenges
                                             1:30-3:00. Leaping Frog Films:
                and Successes
                                                         Part B
                                               "Engaging Your Audience:
                                             Promoting Restoration Via the
                                                     Power of Film"
2:00. Tillmanns, A. Closing the knowledge to
  practice gap through novel collaborations


2:30. Emmett, B. Green Shores for Homes –
restorative shore development in marine and
          freshwater environments
               ELLIOT 062


       Contributed Papers Session


  3:30. Dunn, R. Impacts of reef substrate
material on Eastern oyster demographic rates
 and Cliona boring sponge growth across a
              salinity gradient



   4:00. Johnson, O. Giant Squids, Giant
Pacific Octopuses, and Flying Red Devils –
    Dissect a squid and introduce your
    elementary students to the magic of
  Cephalopods, their natural history and
           evolutionary biology
4:30. Dales, K. and Brown, G. Investigating
 germination and growth of sea buckthorn
(Hippophae rhamnoides) genotypes across a
moisture gradient, for ecological restoration
                in Mongolia
                                                                                           "BEY




                                                                                                 C
                       SSM A110

              Symposium: Environmental
           Stewardship in Urban Restoration.
               Moderator: Val Schaefer


            8:30. Schaefer, V. Restoration of
8:30 -         Natural Systems Program
10:00 AM

              9:00. Ransome, D. Ecological
                  Restoration Program


            9:30. Ayach, L. Surrey’s Salmon
              Habitat Restoration Program


10:00 -
                                                 Nutrition and Coffee Break - Elliot foyer, SSM roo
10:30 AM

                                                                                                 C
                       SSM A110
10:30 AM
- 12:00
              Symposium: Environmental
PM
           Stewardship in Urban Restoration.
               Moderator: Val Schaefer


            10:30. Eastman, J. Saanich Pulling
               Together Volunteer Program
           11:00. Munson, T. City of Victoria’s
                  volunteer community

          11:30. Smith, S. Garry Oak Ecosystem
          Restoration Program Restoration Guide

12:00 -
                                                                      Business Meetings and Buffet
1:25 PM
            WA-BC AFS Meeting: Elliot 162
                                                                              Concurrent Sessions a
                       SSM A110
1: 30 -
3:00 PM       Symposium: Environmental
           Stewardship in Urban Restoration.
               Moderator: Val Schaefer


               1:30. Bonnemaison, T. Stream
          restoration - a community-lead approach



            2:00. Munson, T. City of Victoria’s
                   volunteer community

               2:30. Bermingham, B. Public
           Recreation and Habitat Restoration:
          Strategies from Puget Sound area Case
                          Studies
3:00 -
                                                  Nutrition and Coffee Break - Elliot foyer, SSM roo
3:30 PM
                                                       Concurrent Sessions and Workshops + 1 Shor
                       SSM A110
3:30 -
5:00 PM       Symposium: Environmental
           Stewardship in Urban Restoration.
               Moderator: Val Schaefer
            3:30. Barlow, C. & Koo, V. Legacy
            metals and the challenge they present to
            the restoration of urban aquatic
            ecosystems


            4:00. O'Connell, K. Science-based,
            people-focused: The restoration
            evolution of People For Puget Sound


            4:30. Denovan, R. & Mojzak, A. Using
            Technology to Engage Volunteers in
            Community-Based Urban Forest
            Restoration: Some Lessons Learned.

5:00 -
                                                       Student Mentoring Mixer - Ca
7:00 PM
7:00 PM -
                                                                        Local Pub N
?
                                              "BEYOND BORDERS 2012"
                                              PROGRAM SCHEDULE
                                                  Thursday, May 17
                                                 Concurrent Sessions and Workshops
                 SSM A102

   Symposium: Indigenous perspectives
      on restoration in the Pacific
   Northwest. Moderator: Jim Hallett.


   8:30. Hallet, J. Indigenous Perspectives
         on Restoration: Introduction


      9:00. Entz, R. Large Floodplain
     Restoration: A Kalispel Perspective


     9:30. Taylor, E. Nez Perce Tribe’s
      Watershed Restoration Program



Nutrition and Coffee Break - Elliot foyer, SSM room B255, and the Michele Pujol room (SUB)

                                                 Concurrent Sessions and Workshops
                 SSM A102

   Symposium: Indigenous perspectives
      on restoration in the Pacific
   Northwest. Moderator: Jim Hallett.

   10:30. Thomas, J. The Puyallup Tribal
       Homelands and Eco-Cultural
    Restoration: Foundations, Uses, and
               Expectations
    11:00. Maroney, J. Combining Non-
     Native Fish Removal and Habitat
     Restoration on a Watershed Scale

                11:30. Open

                    Business Meetings and Buffet Lunch (Elliot Building)

       SER NW Meeting: Elliot 061
                              Concurrent Sessions and Workshops
                 SSM A102


    Symposium: Derelict Fishing Gear



  1:30. June, J. Estimating Annual
  Mortality of Marine Species in Derelict
  Gillnets in the Salish Sea

  2:00. Antonelis, K. Estimating the Extent
  of Derelict Fishing Nets in BC Salish
  Sea

  2:30. Good, T. Deadliest bycatch:
  biological impacts of ghost nets in Puget
  Sound and the Northwest Straits

Nutrition and Coffee Break - Elliot foyer, SSM room B255, and the Michele Pujol room (SUB)
     Concurrent Sessions and Workshops + 1 Short On-Campus Field Trip (Haro Woods)
                 SSM A102


    Symposium: Derelict Fishing Gear.
       Moderator: Joan Drinkwin
3:30 . Drinkwin, J. Pilot Derelict Fishing
Gear Removal in British Columbia


4:00. Antonelis, K. Dungeness Crab
Mortality Due to Lost Traps and a Cost-
Benefit Analysis of Trap Removal in
Washington State Waters of the Salish
Sea


4:30. Open



                  Student Mentoring Mixer - Cadboro Commons Lounge

                                       Local Pub Night!
                "BEYOND BORDERS 2012"
              PROGRAM SCHEDULE
                        Thursday, May 17
                      Concurrent Sessions and Workshops
                                SSM A104


                       Contributed Papers Session


               8:30. Hinrichsen, R. The effects of maximum
               current velocity on optimal feeding and
               migration strategies of juvenile anadromous
               salmonids
               9:00. Bentley, K. Foraging and growth
               response of stream salmonids to a variable
               pulsed resource subsidy

               9:30. Sullivan, L. Juvenile Steelhead Survival
               and Predator-Prey Interactions Using JSATS
               through the Priest Rapids Reservoir in the Mid-
               Columbia River, 2011


k - Elliot foyer, SSM room B255, and the Michele Pujol room (SUB)

                      Concurrent Sessions and Workshops
                                SSM A104


                       Contributed Papers Session


               10:30. See, K. Identifying freshwater habitat
               restoration targets for juvenile salmonids in
               the Pacific Northwest
               11:00. Kemp, I. Summer feeding patterns in
               juvenile Puget Sound salmon and herring

               11:30. Bond, M. The anadromous migration
               timing of Dolly Varden in the Eastern Pacific

ess Meetings and Buffet Lunch (Elliot Building)

                       SER BC Meeting: Elliot 062
  Concurrent Sessions and Workshops
                                 SSM A104


                       Contributed Papers Session


               1:30. Doctor, K. Local adaptation in Hood
               Canal Steelhead? Genetic variability in
               reaction norms for early life history traits
               between two populations

               2:00. Roni, P. Empirical estimates of Chinook
               salmon egg-to-fry survival and spawning
               habitat conditions in the upper Yakima Basin


               2:30. Brown, J. Long term fish use of the
               Elwha River nearshore


k - Elliot foyer, SSM room B255, and the Michele Pujol room (SUB)
and Workshops + 1 Short On-Campus Field Trip (Haro Woods)
                                 SSM A104


                       Contributed Papers Session
              3:30. Heller, S. Lake Tahoe Basin
              Management Unit Ecosystem Restoration
              Program



              4:00. Keefer, M. Industrial Approaches to
              Whitebark Pine Restoration



              4:30. Hayduk, E. Prisons, Prairies and
              Partners: The Sustainability in Prisons Project
              (SPP) Nursery Program


nt Mentoring Mixer - Cadboro Commons Lounge

           Local Pub Night!
RS 2012"


 17
and Workshops
                            CORNETT A120




                Workshop: Principles and Applications in
                  Fluvial Geomorphology for Stream
                Restoration and Streambank Protection.
                  Organizers: Dr. Frank Reckendorf,
                 Reckendorf and Associates & Dr. W.
                      Barry Southerland, USDA.




chele Pujol room (SUB)

and Workshops
                            CORNETT A120




                   Workshop (cont'd): Principles and
                Applications in Fluvial Geomorphology for
                  Stream Restoration and Streambank
                                Protection
                   Workshop (cont'd): Principles and
                Applications in Fluvial Geomorphology for
                  Stream Restoration and Streambank
                                Protection




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                            CORNETT A120




                  Workshop: Application of the Use of
                       Large Woody Material in
                  Stream Restoration and Streambank
                   Protection Organizers: Dr. Frank
                Reckendorf, Reckendorf and Associates &
                   Dr. W. Barry Southerland, USDA.




chele Pujol room (SUB)
Trip (Haro Woods)
                            CORNETT A120




                Workshop (cont'd): Application of the Use
                     of Large Woody Material in
                 Stream Restoration and Streambank
       Workshop (cont'd): Application of the Use
            of Large Woody Material in
        Stream Restoration and Streambank
                     Protection




unge
         CORNETT A121                             ELLIOT 062




                                     Workshop: Application of Floating
                                    Islands for Bird, Fish and Amphibian
                                     Refuge; Fish Habitat and Spawning;
   Workshop. Forage Fish Beach          and Aeration, Circulation, and
Enhancement. Organizer: Web Pierce.    Microbe Colonization, as well as
      Shannon & Wilson, Inc.          Nitrate, Ammonia and Phosphate
                                      Removal or Transference through
                                      Food Web. Organizers: Laddie D.
                                    Flock & Mary Flock, Floating Islands




         CORNETT A121                             ELLIOT 062

10:30 Workshop (cont'd). Forage Fish
       Beach Enhancement.
                                        Workshop (cont'd): Application of
                                        Floating Islands for Bird, Fish and
                                       Amphibian Refuge; Fish Habitat and
                                       Spawning; and Aeration, Circulation,
                                       and Microbe Colonization, as well as
                                         Nitrate, Ammonia and Phosphate
                                        Removal or Transference through
                                                    Food Web.
                                           Workshop (cont'd): Application of
                                           Floating Islands for Bird, Fish and
                                          Amphibian Refuge; Fish Habitat and
                                          Spawning; and Aeration, Circulation,
                                          and Microbe Colonization, as well as
                                            Nitrate, Ammonia and Phosphate
                                           Removal or Transference through
                                                       Food Web.




          CORNETT A121




Workshop: Natural Processes for the
 Restoration of Drastically disturbed
Sites. Organizer: Dave Polster, Polster
        Environmental Services




          CORNETT A121




Workshop (cont'd): Natural Processes
 for the Restoration of Drastically
Workshop (cont'd): Natural Processes
 for the Restoration of Drastically
          disturbed Sites.
         ELLIOTT 061




8:30-10:00. Leaping Frog Films:
             Part B
  "Engaging Your Audience:
 Promoting Restoration Via the
        Power of Film"




         ELLIOTT 061




10:30-12:00. Leaping Frog Films:
             Part A
   "Engaging Your Audience:
 Promoting Restoration Via the
        Power of Film"
10:30-12:00. Leaping Frog Films:
             Part A
   "Engaging Your Audience:
 Promoting Restoration Via the
        Power of Film"
                                                                      "BEYOND BOR


                                                                             Friday, M
                                                                                    Fie
                              Victoria
8:30 AM - 5:00
PM               City Tour - Overview of restoration
                        in the Victoria area


                                                       University of Victoria Restoration of
1:00 - 5:00 PM              LOCATION
                              Event
                    "BEYOND BORDERS 2012"
                   PROGRAM SCHEDULE
                           Friday, May 18
                                  Field Trips
              Saanich
  Saanich Penninsula - Eel grass and
spawning grounds restoration, landfill
             restoration

     University of Victoria Restoration of Natural Systems 15th Anniversary Events
           LOCATION
                Event
EYOND BORDERS 2012"
OGRAM SCHEDULE
  Friday, May 18
         Field Trips
                                West Shore

                 West Shore - Preservation and restoration
                       activities in protected areas

ia Restoration of Natural Systems 15th Anniversary Events
                                 LOCATION
                                    Event
                           Cowichan Valley

                Up-Island Tour - Range of habitats and
               restoration efforts in the Cowichan Valley


rsary Events
                             LOCATION
                               Event

								
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