August 9, 2012 9am - 4pm
Ambridge Event Center, Sellwood Room
1333 NE MLK Jr Blvd, Portland ( map)
The workshop's objectives are to increase understanding of the role of predation and predator control actions in the Columbia River Basin, the effects on the ecosystem, and the scope of predation issues throughout the Basin, in both anadromous fish and resident fish (blocked) areas.
The Council-hosted workshop will include discussion of fish, bird, and marine mammal predation management and ecosystem predation dynamics.
Contact Patty O'Toole or Jim Ruff.
- ISAB Food Web report
- Predator-Prey Relationships Make Possible the Rich Biodiversity of Complex Ecosystems
- Top Predators Key to Extinctions as Planet Warms
- Researchers Say Wolves Help Plants By Eating Deer, Elk
- Trophic Cascades in Terrestrial Ecosystems
- Using Grizzly Bears to Assess Harvest and Ecosystem Tradeoffs in Salmon Fisheries
- Ecosystem-based Management of Predator-Prey Relationships
- Follow-up actions from the Predator Control Panel discussion
- Kalispel Tribe Battles to Keep Voracious Predator From Decimating Native Fish Populations