Mark your calendars for a virtual workshop focused on understanding the state of the science, assessing current knowledge and data gaps, and identifying additional science and monitoring needs to inform the development of population estimates for Sacramento River drainage spring-run Chinook salmon.
The workshop will span three consecutive half-days and feature presentations and breakout sessions. Themes will include spring-run life history and genetics, data gaps and monitoring needs, and approaches to developing a juvenile production estimate.
The event is being organized by the Delta Science Program whose mission is to provide unbiased, best possible science on issues critical to managing the Bay-Delta system, in coordination with the Department of Water Resources and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
This event is free with registration.