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12-1 PM Climate Change in the Columbia Gorge with Bill Weiler
April 9, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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Today’s talk is part of a larger presentation to resume this autumn when Darryl Lloyd will add his 50 years of expertise chronicling the demise of snow/glaciers on Mt. Adams and Mt. Hood.
The April 9 talk will focus on climate change impacts to Gorge fish and wildlife residents, those trying to survive in the mountains and salmon/steelhead who are challenged by way too warm Columbia River temperatures.
Bill Weiler is a career wildlife biologist and is currently the Habitat Restoration Coordinator for the Sandy River Basin Watershed Council. He is the founder and president of GEO’s , Gorge Ecology Institute and Trees of the Gorge, which aims to plant 1, 000, 000 trees in the Columbia Gorge.
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Climate Change in the Columbia Gorge with Bill Weiler
Time: Apr 9, 2020 12:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
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