The 7th Annual Johnson Creek Science Symposium was held on October 19, 2021 via Zoom Webinar & Facebook Live. Eight speakers presented 12-minute talks in one of two sessions.

Symposium program with speaker abstracts and bios

Presentation TitlePresenter NamePresenter Agency
Spatial and seasonal variations of
microplastic concentrations in Portland’s freshwater
Rebecca TalbotPortland State University
Assessing (chasing) turbidity and sediment in upper Johnson CreekAdam StonewallUSGS
Six years, seven culverts: Restoring fish passage in North Fork Johnson CreekDaniel NewberryJohnson Creek Watershed Council
Understanding beaver habitats using SETS framework in Johnson Creek, PortlandArun PallathadkaPortland State University
Potential impacts of the Emerald Ash Borer in Johnson CreekJulia BondPortland Bureau of Environmental Services
Legacies of inequality: uncovering connections between historic socioeconomic inequality and urban forest health in Portland, ORJason MaxfieldReed College
The biggest lab on campusJulia MichaelsReed College
Stormwater ponds as toxic sinks or valuable habitat for amphibians?Max LambertWashington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife
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