Tracey Steig from our Seattle office will be presenting on the Development of a Successful Juvenile Salmon Bypass System at Rocky Reach Dam on the Columbia River: A Historical Perspective (co-authored by Steven Hemstrom, Chelan County PUD). Laura Rudolph, also of our Seattle office, has a submission for the poster session entitled Fish Habitat Monitoring and Assessment: Let Fish Behavior be Your Guide. Look for our Fish Tracking video on the event website in August as well as our ad in the August issue of Fisheries magazine.
The 2020 RAS Virtual summit will deliver executive insights, highlight best practices and provide opportunities to engage with RAS experts through an innovative online platform. Featuring live presentations, Q&A sessions and panel discussions, and a host of on-demand presentations from some of the industry’s leading RAS practitioners and experts, this is one virtual event you won’t want to miss.
Come visit us at Stall 3 of the Canadian Pavilion (E400)!
Learn how our high residency acoustic telemetry systems can be used to gain insights into fish passage challenges around hydro facilities.