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Brown Bag - Building a Multi-Stock Population Dynamics Framework for Central Valley Chinook
Wednesday, September 28, 2011 12 noon – 1:00 p.m.
Cal EPA Building 1st Floor, Training Room 1, East and West
1001 “I” Street, Sacramento, CA 95814
The Delta Science Program Brown Bag Series will host the seminar: "Building a Multi-Stock Population Dynamics Framework for Central Valley Chinook.” The seminar by Noble Hendrix and Robert Lessard will discuss life cycle models for winter-run and Butte Creek spring-run Chinook in the Central Valley.
Objectives of the models are to incorporate mortality in all phases of the life cycle, estimate size and composition of populations, evaluate predictors that may explain changes in population and incorporate uncertainty in the estimation procedure by using a Bayesian framework. Click here to read an informational flyer on the presentation.
Click here to read an informational flyer on the presentation.
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