Identifying, Protecting, and Restoring
Thermal Refuges for Coldwater Fishes

Christian Torgersen (USGS/UW College of Forest Resources)and Joe Ebersole (EPA), convenors

2008 Western Division AFS Annual Meeting

and

44th Oregon Chapter AFS Annual Meeting

May 4-8 Portland, Oregon 2008

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Policy and Regulatory Context for Coldwater Refugia -
Dru Keenan - EPA Region 10; Office of Water and Watersheds
18:07
Coldwater Refuges in the Willamette River: Implications for Conservation and Restoration -
Dr. Stan Gregory - Oregon State University
18:15
Combining spatial and temporal stream temperature measurements to investigate surface/groundwater exchange across a semi-arid alluvial floodplain -
Scott O'Daniel - UC Santa Barbara doctoral candidate
16:43
Influence of Hyporheic Flow and Geomorphology on Temperature of a Large, Gravel-bed River, Clackamas River, Oregon, USA -
Barbara K. Burkholder - GeoEngineers, Inc.
21:54
Assessing thermal suitability of streams for establishment of native trout conservation populations in high-elevation streams -
Mark A. Coleman - Principal Scientist for Coleman Ecological, Inc.
20:29
A thermal profile method for long river reaches to identify potential areas of ground-water discharge and preferred salmonid habitat and to document the longitudinal temperature regime -
John J. Vaccaro - USGS Washington Water Science Center
19:03
Remote Sensing Techniques for Mapping Aquatic Habitat River Channel Morphology and Thermal Heterogeneity -
Russ Faux - Watershed Sciences, Inc. Corvallis, OR
17:30
The Effect of Landscape Topography and In-Stream Habitat on the Distribution, Growth, and Survival of Lahontan Cutthroat Trout (Oncorhynchus clarki henshawi) in a High Desert Watershed -
George Boxall - Ph.D. Candidate at Oregon State University
12:27

Behavioral thermo regulation by adult Chinook: Beneficial thermoregulation or ecological trap?
Chris Peery - University of Idaho
*There is some audio interference in this presentation

18:03
Assessing Thermal Rearing Restrictions of Juvenile Coho, Redwood Creek, CA -
Mary Ann Madej - USGS Western Ecological Research Center
16:12
Klamath River Thermal Refugia: Physical and Biological Characterization -
Ron Sutton - Bureau of Reclamation
Mike Deas - Watercourse Engineering, Inc.
23:36
Coldwater fishes and thermal refuges in hot water: Synthesis and future directions -
Christian Torgersen; USGS, University of Washington
18:11

Panel Discussion:

  • Dr. Jim Sedell - National Fish and Wildlife Foundation; Portland, OR
  • Debra Sturdevant - Oregon Dept. of Environmental Quality; Portland, OR
  • Jeff Lockwood - NOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service; NW Region, Portland, OR
  • Dr. Gordie Reeves - U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station; Corvallis, OR
  • Dr. Stan Gregory - Oregon State University; Corvallis, OR
29:58
General Discussion -
Questions and answers discussed among the panel and symposium attendees.
14:14