Prediction of responses of wild Pacific salmon to climate change

Principal Investigators:

Erica Fleishman

Climate is a major driver of the geographic distribution and abundance of salmon. Climate change is occurring globally, but there has been no organized effort to evaluate the potential effects of climate change, and potential management responses, on populations of salmon and the ecosystems they inhabit. We will conduct synthetic research on the following four high-priority research topics: (1) identification of mechanisms that limit the geographic range of salmon populations and exploration of how these mechanisms may change under projected scenarios of... more

Participants and Meetings

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ActivityDatesFurther Information
Working Group14th—16th October 2008Participant List  
Working Group11th—14th November 2008Participant List  
Working Group5th—9th May 2009Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Omar I. Azizoabdulaz@fiu.eduUniversity of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Nancy Baronnbaron@compassonline.orgSeaWeb
Timothy Beechietim.beechie@noaa.govNOAA, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Erica Fleishmanefleishman@ucdavis.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Kendra R. Holtkrh@sfu.caSimon Fraser University
Luis Francisco MadrinanUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Nathan J. Mantuanate.mantua@noaa.govUniversity of Washington
Eli Meiremeir@simbio.comSim Biotic Software
Randall M. Petermanpeterman@sfu.caSimon Fraser University
Christine Petersenpetersen@nceas.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Thomas E. Reedtomreed@u.washington.eduUniversity of Washington
Mary Ruckelshausmary.ruckelshaus@stanford.eduNOAA, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Daniel E. Schindlerdeschind@u.washington.eduUniversity of Washington
Jack Stanfordjack.stanford@umontana.eduUniversity of Montana
Fengge Sufgsu@hydro.washington.eduUniversity of Washington
Robin Waplesrobin.waples@noaa.govNOAA, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Michael Webstermwebster@coral.orgGordon and Betty Moore Foundation
Huan Wuhuan.wu@ntsg.umt.eduUniversity of Montana
John Kimballjohn.kimball@umontana.eduUniversity of Montana
Niels Maumeneeniels.maumenee@umontana.eduUniversity of Montana
Liz Banseliz@resource-media.orgResource Media
Correigh Greenecorreigh.greene@noaa.govNOAA, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Joshua J. Lawlerjlawler@u.washington.eduUniversity of Washington
Steven T. Lindleysteve.lindley@noaa.govNOAA, National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)
Elizabeth Neeleyeneeley@compassonline.orgUniversity of Washington
Jim Regetzregetz@nceas.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Mark P. Schildhauerschild@nceas.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
David M. Stomsstoms@bren.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Alisa Wadealisaww@gmail.comColorado State University
Shaun Walbridgewalbridge@nceas.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Journal Article Holt, Kendra R.; Peterman, Randall M.; Cox, Sean P. 2011. Trade-offs between monitoring objectives and monitoring effort when classifying regional conservation status of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) populations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. Vol: 68. Pages 880-897. (Online version)
Journal Article Wade, Alisa; Beechie, Timothy; Fleishman, Erica; Mantua, Nathan J.; Wu, Huan; Kimball, John; Stoms, David M.; Stanford, Jack. 2013. Steelhead vulnerability to climate change in the Pacific Northwest. Journal of Applied Ecology. Vol: 50. Pages 1093-1104. (Online version)
"Prediction of responses of wild Pacific salmon to climate change" is project ID: 12294