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Hudson River Symposium: The Drivers of Change – Climate and Introduced Species, Part three

When:
March 8, 2021: 1:30PM to 3:30PM
Where:
Online
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The Hudson River Environmental Society & Hudson River Foundation have teamed up to present a series of presentations on Hudson River fish and the stressors affecting change. The Hudson River fish community has long been an important social, economic, and ecological sector of life in the Hudson Valley. Climate change, invasive species, off-shore commercial fishing, surge barriers, and dams present real challenges for the propagation and survival of Hudson River fish species today.

Schedule for part three of this five part series:

  • Intro (5 min). Clay Hiles, Executive Director Hudson River Foundation
  • Ocean Warming and its Effects on Fish Populations in the Northeast United States (20
    min.) Katherine Mills, Ph.D.
  • Climate Effects on Fish Spawning Phenology (20 min). Christopher Nack
  • Climate Change Drivers of Aquatic Habitats (SAV, Hudson River Tidal Wetlands,
    Shallows) (20 min). Stuart Findlay, Ph.D.
  • Pathways to Invasions: The Species, Vectors for Introduction, and Potential Impact:
    • Through a Glass Darkly: How Invasions of Organisms Other than Fish Might
      affect Hudson River Fish Communities. (20 min): David Strayer, Ph.D.
    • Fish Invaders on the Horizon: Status of Round Goby and Other Threats (20 min):

      Scott George

  • Audience Questions (15 min)

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