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Science Symposium 2017

The 3rd Annual Johnson Creek Science Symposium was held at Reed College on October 17, 2017.  Twelve speakers presented 12-minute talks in one of three sessions: Upper Watershed Restoration, Water Quality/Quantity, Habitat.

Symposium program with speaker abstracts and bios

Presentation TitlePresenter NamePresenter Agency
Fish Passage in the Dianna Pope Natural Area
at Headwaters Farm
Julie DiLeoneEast Multnomah SWCD
North Fork Johnson Creek Springwater Culvert ReplacementChuck LobdellJohnson Creek Watershed Council
Johnson and Brigman Creeks Stream Stabilization David GormanEcological Engineering LLC
Drip Irrigation ConversionScott EdenClackamas SWCD
Urban Waters, Contaminants, and Ecology - Sorting the Puzzle PiecesJennifer MoraceU.S. Geological Survey
Investigation of Groundwater Increases in Johnson Creek WatershedNicole LedbetterPortland State University
Crystal Springs Lake Temperature ModelAdam StonewallU.S. Geological Survey
Trace Metals in Soil and Johnson Creek SedimentPaul SeidelOregon Department of Environmental Quality
City of Portland Wetland Inventory ProjectMary BushmanCity of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services
Salmon, Steelhead, and Lamprey MonitoringRyan JacobsenOregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Beaver Survey and Gresham Dam ResultsMike WallaceCity of Gresham
Amphibians in the Johnson Creek WatershedLaura GuderyahnPortland Parks and Recreation