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Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

Moir’s Environmental Dialogues

Thursdays at 12 Noon Pacific

September 02nd 2009:Salmon + Shad + Sturgeon = Healthy Ecosystems

Fish are fighting back to unite rivers with oceans. Prescott Brownell of NOAA, Dr Piotr Parasiewicz and Joe Rodgers of the Rushing Rivers Institute talk with Rob about the ecological challenges confronting anadromous fish species. Fish have a vital role in the overall health of river ecosystems. Discover complex and interdependent relationships in the riverine and marine food webs of fish. Hear about the progress being made in restoration of anadromous fish species on the Atlantic coast and in our watersheds.

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Joe Rogers

Joe Rogers, M.S. is Geoscience Technician, GIS and Geospatial Imagery Specialist at the Rushing River Institute. Rushing Rivers' mission is to prevent further destruction of our powerful and beautiful riverscapes by raising public awareness and delivering leading edge, ecologically sound technology to conservationists and resource managers. About one third of freshwater fish species are already extinct or on the verge of extinction. They are disappearing five times faster than those on land. Habitat loss is the single greatest threat affecting 94% of fish species in the United States.
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Prescott Brownell

Prescott Brownell works within the NOAA National Marine Fisheries Service’s (NMFS) Office of Habitat Conservation in the Habitat Protection Division to protect and conserve habitats important to NOAA trust resources. The Division's primary mandates focus on ensuring that living marine resources have sufficient healthy habitat to sustain populations. Those mandates emphasize wetlands, corals, diadromous fish habitat, and habitat of other marine and estuarine species. These efforts frequently include close partnerships with state and federal agencies, industry, environmental groups, and academia. The Habitat Protection Division is based in Charleston, SC facebook Share On Facebook
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