Revegetation strategies and the restoration plan for anadromous fish in the Olympic Peninsula, including the status of the Elwha Dam removal project.
Hints for identifying climate change vulnerabilities and using adaptation planning to become more climate resilient.
See examples of the role of the environment on infectious disease in fish and why some aquatic animal diseases and pathogens are emerging. Includes the story of the Klamath River fish kills.
Learn about potential changes in winds, ocean temperature and upwelling due to climate change, and the impacts on west coast marine ecosystems.
Learn about climate change and the factors that affect marine food webs and the growth and survival of salmon in the northern California current.
The summer drought of 2002 in the Olympic Peninsula, caused stream drying - how did this affect fish species?
Climate impacts on streams in interior locations in the western U.S. may differ significantly from those in coastal locations - learn what this may mean for the future of bull trout.
Learn about the threat of increased wildfires and invasive plants due to climate change and their impacts on fish in the Pacific Northwest.
Learn about the potential impacts of climate change on freshwater anadromous salmonids over their entire life cycle.
The impacts of climate change and variability on forest ecosystems of the Olympic Peninsula, particularly water balance deficit.