In 2015 and 2016, JCWC hosted a Science Symposium to showcase recent science conducted in the watershed. Below are PDFs of the talks given in 2016, listed in the order they were presented. Full program & abstracts here.

Talk TitlePresenter NamePresenter Agency
Can Green Stormwater Infrastructure Protect the Creek from Suburbia?Katie HolzerGresham Environmental Services
Reed College Canyon RestorationZac PerryReed College
Global Warming Strategic and Tactical Considerations for Conservation of the Upland Forest Communities in the Johnson Creek WatershedMart HughesPortland Parks & Recreation
Thinking Outside the Box (Culvert): Making difficult decisions for Fish PassageDave StewartOregon Department of Fish & Wildlife
Developing Flood Inundation Maps for Johnson CreekAdam StonewallUnited States Geological Survey
Portland Community College’s Student Lead Monitoring in Johnson Creek, Portland, OregonJesse SchwartzPortland Community College
Impacts of Climate Change and Variability in Stream Temperatures in Johnson CreekHeejun Chang & Eric WatsonPortland State University
The Impact of Restoration on Johnson Creek FloodingMarie WalkiewiczPortland Bureau of Environmental Services
Hilton or Hotel California? Migratory dragonfly species’ use of Crystal Springs Creek in Westmoreland ParkCeleste A. Searles MazzacanoCASM Environmental, LLC
Avian Indicators and Results for Johnson CreekDavid HelzerPortland Bureau of Environmental Services
From feces to families: Genotyping beavers in the Reed CanyonHanna DörnhoferReed College
Wisdom Workforce DevelopmentRose High BearWisdom of the Elders
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