Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist:
He has worked on numerous projects focused on salmonid ecology, life history diversity, habitat restoration, and habitat use during riverine, estuarine, and marine life stages.
He has worked in a wide variety of aquatic and riparian habitats, from headwater streams to the nearshore environment. Jason also has extensive experience using geographic information systems GIS and remote sensing technologies to address system-scale and large-scale habitat status, trends, and restoration effectiveness questions.
In addition to the design and implementation of research, he has also published numerous papers on his research. Selected Publications Hall, J. Characterization of annual salinity and temperature patterns in a large river delta to support tidal wetland habitat restoration efforts.
Northwest Science 92 1: How relative size and abundance structures the relationship between size and individual growth in an ontogenetically piscivorous fish. Ecology and Evolution 7: Effects of intertidal water crossing structures on estuarine and marine fish and their habitat: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 5: Stable isotope-based trophic structure of pelagic fish and jellyfish across natural and anthropogenic landscape gradients in a fjord-estuary.
Ecology and Evolution 6 Evaluation of deep-planting and herbivore protection methods to restore riparian vegetation in a semiarid watershed without irrigation.
Widespread detection of human-and ruminant-origin Bacteroidales markers in subtidal waters of the Salish Sea in Washington State.
The 76th session of the ECE Committee on Forests and the Forest Industry (COFFI) will be held in Vancouver, Canada from 5 to 9 November The Committee will review and guide activities in data collection and analysis, policy support, capacity building and communication. Urban Agriculture Notes. by City Farmer - Canada's Office of Urban Agriculture Now Celebrating Our 40th Year! Go to our new City Farmer Web Site - "City Farmer News" (torosgazete.com). Urban and peri-urban agriculture is an industry located within (intra-urban) or on the fringe (periurban) of a town, a city or a metropolis, which grows and raises, processes and distributes a diversity of agriculture products, using largely human, land and water resources.
Journal of Water and Health. Monitoring ecosystem response to restoration and climate change in the Snohomish River estuary.
Field Operations and Data Summary. Tulalip Tribes, Tulalip, WA. Methods for successful establishment of cottonwood and willow along an incised stream in semiarid eastern Oregon, USA.
Improved viability of populations with diverse life history portfolios. Effects of gastric and surgical insertions of dummy ultrasonic transmitters on juvenile Chinook salmon in seawater. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.
Salmon habitat conservation in the Columbia River Basin: Using GIS to predict river floodplain and lateral channel migration. Predicting floodplain locations and channel migration potential in the Columbia River.
Journal of the American Water Resources Association. Riparian restoration planning with multi-scale analyses of riparian conditions in forested and semi-arid river systems.ARCHITECTURAL THESIS URBAN FOOD HUB, INA DELHI Introduction. A// When people experience a city, it is the food and the architecture of that place that most often have the largest.
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Urban Agriculture Notes. by City Farmer – Canada’s Office of Urban Agriculture Now Celebrating Our 40th Year! Go to our new City Farmer Web Site – "City Why a Forestry Degree?
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