2013 Science Symposium

The Kenai Peninsula Fish Habitat Partnership held a Science Symposium the spring of 2013 at the Islands and Ocean Visitor Center in Homer, Alaska.

Scientist Presentations:

A Collaborative Approach to Creating, Updating and Managing Southcentral Alaska Hydrology Datasets
Branden Bornemann ~ Kenai Watershed Forum

Esri ArcGIS Online: A New Perspective on Geographic Information Systems
Branden Bornemann ~ Kenai Watershed Forum

The Interaction of Multiple Drivers of Environmental Change: Hydrological Dynamics, Aquatic Ecology, and Human Dynamics of the Kenai RIver, Alaska
Dan Rinella ~ University of Alaska Anchorage

Kenai Peninsula Invasive Northern Pike: Research and Control Efforts
Robert Massengill ~ Alaska Department of Fish and Game

Nearshore Biophysical Habitat Mapping: The Alaska SoreZone Program from a Cook Inlet Persepctive
Sue Saupe ~ Cook Inlet Regional Citizens Advisory Council

Salmon Decision Tools: Integrated Systems for Planning, Conservation and Resource Development in Alaska
David Albert ~ The Nature Conservancy/Ecotrust

Salmon in the HIlls: Headwater Streams as Rearing Habitat for Juvenile Salmonoids
Coowe Walker ~ Kachemak Bay Research Reserve

Salmon in the Flats: Juvenile Salmon Use of an Estuary in a Glacial Watershed
Jasmine Maurer ~ Kachemak Bay Research Reserve

The South-Central Alaska Geospatial and Science Catalog
Kacy Krieger ~ University of Alaska Anchorage

Stream Watch: Volunteers Making a Difference on the Kenai Peninsula Rivers!
Lisa Beranek ~ Kenai Watershed Forum

Wintering Ecology of Juvenile Coho Salmon on the Anchor River
Coowe Walker ~ Kachemak Bay Research Reserve


*As a practical example of Branden Bornemann’s Esri ArcGIS Online’s presentation, we invite you to check out the following interactive map highlighting things to do in Homer:  Things to do in Homer, AK!

This link is accessible via tablet, smartphone, or any other internet capable device. The map is interactive so make sure you click on the points for more information!