Barriers to Tidal Connectivity Symposium

Exploring the science and data of barriers to tidal connectivity and their impacts to fish habitat along the US West Coast

The Symposium was held October 28, 2020   9:00am-4:30pm

(to download the agenda click HERE)

Find our list of speakers HERE

COMING SOON: Presentations and symposium recordings.   

 This one day (virtual) symposium brought together experts in the field to explore:

  • History of tidal barriers in the US West Coast
  • Functional impacts of barriers to tidal connectivity
  • Fish passage needs
  • Tidegate effectiveness
  • Climate change and tidal barriers
  • Tidal barrier datasets

Hosted by the Pacific Marine & Estuarine Fish Habitat Partnership (PMEP), the California Fish Passage Forum (CFPF), and the Pacific Lamprey Conservation Initiative (PLCI), with generous support from the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. All three hosting organizations are nationally recognized as part of the National Fish Habitat Partnership.