The 5th Annual Johnson Creek Science Symposium was held at Reed College on October 22, 2019. Eleven speakers presented 12-minute talks in one of three sessions: Looking to the Future, Restoration, and Monitoring

Symposium program with speaker abstracts and bios

Presentation TitlePresenter NamePresenter Agency
Conservation with a Climate Change LensKate HolleranMetro
Planning for the Future: Utilizing Habitat and Climate Modeling to Prioritize Restoration Actions for SalmonidsLaura McMullenICF
WISE Model for Diversifying the Green SectorDerron ColesBlueprint Foundation
Flood Insurance and Flood Risk Survey: Lents and Powellhurst-Gilbert NeighborhoodsNoelwah NetusilReed College
Johnson Creek Watershed Council’s Coldwater Restoration StrategyDaniel NewberryJohnson Creek Watershed Council
Mitchell Creek Temperature and Fish Passage RestorationChuck LobdellJohnson Creek Watershed Council
Luther Road Habitat Restoration Ali YoungPortland Bureau of Environmental Services
Powell Butte Prairie Nesting Birds SurveyTom VirziConservation InSight
Evaluation of different treatment methods to control Tansy Ragwort (Jacobaea vulgaris) at Powell Butte Nature ParkChristian HaaningPortland Parks & Recreation
Johnson Creek Agricultural Water Quality Status and Trends ReportBrenda SanchezOregon Department Of Agriculture
Do urban multi-stressors and their effects on stream biota shift during droughts?Ian WaiteUS Geological Survey
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