Wilderness Issues Lecture Series
The 2020 Wilderness Issues Lecture Series Presents
From Wilderness to Sea
How Rivers Connect People and Biodiversity Across Boundaries
7-8:20 p.m. - Gallagher Business Building - Room 123
Free and Open to the Public
Available for 1 Credit as NRSM 371 or NRSM 594 03
March 10 - Ellen Wohl - Professor, Geosciences, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University - "Messy Rivers are Healthy Rivers: The Role of Spatial Heterogeneity in Sustaining River Ecosystems"
March 24 - Les Evarts - Fisheries Program Manager, Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes - "Rewilding the Jocko River Watershed"
March 31 - Erin Sexton - Senior Scientist, Flathead Lake Biological Station, University of Montana - "A Tale of Two Rivers; The Transboundary Flathead and Kootenai Watersheds"
April 14 - George Pess - Program Manager of the Watershed Program, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center - "Ecosystem Response to the Removal of the Elwha River Dams"
April 21 - Daniel Schindler - Professor, School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington - "Bristol Bay, Alaska: Where the World's Last Great Salmon Fishery is Threatened by Development of Industrial-Scale Mining"
April 28 - Ladd Knotek - Fisheries Management Biologist, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks - "Fisheries and Wildlands Management in the Rattlesnake: Balancing Watershed Restoration, Native Trout Recovery, and Wilderness Character"