13–16 june 2022, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Fish passage 2022
opportunities and innovation in a changing world
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Career achievement award
Alexander J. Haro
U.S. Geological Survey
DistinguishEd project award
"Restoring the continuity of two rivers in southern poland"
Chairwoman, Spokane Tribe of Indians
Tuesday, June 14
Session Title: The passage of fish, not time, heals wounds
Dr. Gordon O'Brien
Senior Lecturer, University of Mpumalanga
Wednesday, June 15
Session Title: Past, present, pollution, passage and a tigerfish named Piet: African fishes in peril?
Dr. Evelyn Habit
Full Professor, Universidad de Concepción
Thursday, June 16
Session Title: How important is river connectivity for small-bodied, resident, non-game fish species?