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Salish Sea Shoreline Forum
South Seattle Community College, Georgetown Campus
Seattle, WA
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Salish Sea Shoreline Forum
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Salish Sea Shoreline Forum

Location:  South Seattle Community College, Georgetown Campus (Building C)
6737 Corson Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108

Free (lunch optional at cost:  $10)

Questions:  Please contact Franziska McKay at

Title:   New and Emerging Scientific Research focused on Armoring and the Nearshore: Implications for Implementers

Learn about New and Emerging Science related to Armoring (marine and freshwater).  
What does that mean for Implementers?

DRAFT Agenda

8:30 AM Check-in, coffee, networking

9:00 AM Welcome, introductions and information about Salish Sea Shoreline Forum
Tracy Collier, Puget Sound Partnership

9:10 AM Background  Armoring Symposium 2009  Hugh Shipman  Washington Department of Ecology

9:30 AM Science Presentations  

The impacts of armoring on Salish Sea beaches: overview, background, and methods
Megan Dethier  UW Friday Harbor Labs

How science can inform restoration along armored shorelines
Jason Toft  UW School of Aquatic Fisheries Science

Title Pending
Phill Dionne  Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife

10:30 AM Break

10:45 AM Science Presentations (Continued)
Geomorphic responses of beaches to shoreline armoring in the northern Salish Sea
Aundrea McBride, Skagit River System Cooperative

Generating local sea level rise projections in the Strait of Juan de Fuca to support community adaptation
Ian Miller, Washington Sea Grant

New research and management implications on the impacts of shoreline armoring and sea level rise on beach spawning forage fish
Tina Whitman, Friends of San Juans

How social science can inform shoreline management
Melissa Poe, Washington Sea Grant

Indigenous community health and climate change: Integrating social and natural science indicators
Jamie Donatuto, Swinomish Tribe

Facilitated discussion (15 minutes)
This conversation will be used to solicit ideas and insights for the afternoon discussion about how new science can be used by implementers

11:30 AM Creative Example of Science and Policy Interplay
Assessing land use and regulations in rural King County through ecological studies ]
Gino Lucchetti, King County

12:00 PM Lunch (1 hour)

1:00 PM Cross communication (15 minutes).   This is an opportunity to inform participants about projects or emerging issues throughout the Salish Sea.  Each person can speak for up to 3 minutes.

1:15 PM Panel:  Science from the Implementers Perspective
Moderator:  Trina Wellman, Puget Sound Partnership Science Panel
Margaret Clancy, Environmental Science Associates
Tim Quinn, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Tim Gates, Washington Department of Ecology
Tim Hyatt, Skagit River System Cooperative
Michael Paine, City of Bellevue

2:15 PM Facilitated discussion (15 minutes)

2:30 PM Break

2:45 PM Now What? Where Do We Go From Here?

Introduction to Issue, Todd Hass, Puget Sound Partnership
What are some of the gaps in the science?   Hugh Shipman, Megan Dethier
What are the implications for policy?   Tim Quinn, WDFW

3:45 Wrap

4 p.m. Adjourn

The Salish Sea Shoreline Forum is supported by the Puget Sound Partnership, WA SeaGrant, and Futurewise and is partially funded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, through agreements with the Puget Sound Marine and Nearshore Grant Program, a partnership between Washington Departments of Fish and Wildlife and Natural Resources.


South Seattle Community College, Georgetown Campus (View)
6737 Corson Avenue S
Seattle, WA 98108
United States

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Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!


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