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Columbia River Basin: How Would Ending Fishing and Closing Hatcheries Change Wild Salmon and Steelhead Abundance?

Seminar presented by Dr. Robert T. Lackey, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon at the Pacific Salmon Commission, Vancouver, BC,…

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Introduction to Ecological Policy

Dr. Robert T. Lackey, Professor, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University, presents a lecture, Introduction to Ecological Policy, January, 2021.

From  Robert Lackey 207 plays

California Water Storage: Policy Case Study

Dr. Robert T. Lackey, Department of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University, mini lecture.

From  Robert Lackey 159 plays

Is Science on a Path to Irrelevance in Policy and Management?

Dr. Robert T. Lackey, Plenary Lecture, 15th Annual Banff Conference, Alberta Institute of Agrologists, March 28, 2019, Banff, Alberta, Canada.

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Gareth Goodbye

Gareth Baldrica-Franklin graduated from the OSU Geography program in June 2017. In this video he reflects on his research and work experiences with the Institute for Water and Watersheds. Video…

From  Maria Wright 61 plays

Use — and Abuse — of Science in Water Resource Policy and Management

Dr. Robert T. Lackey, professor of fisheries, Oregon State University, presents a webinar for the American Water Resources Association, May 4, 2016.

From  Robert Lackey 1,978 plays

Behind the Research Featuring Dr. Catalina Segura

The content presented in this episode primarily pertains to the research interests of Dr. Catalina Segura. The material used in this episode is from a conversation between Joey Hulbert and Dr.…

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Willamette Water 2100 Webinar: Optimizing Reservoir Operations to Adapt to Climate and Social Change

Presenter: Ms. Kathleen Moore, Ph.D. Candidate in Geography Doctoral Advisors: Dr. Julia Jones (Geography, CEOAS) and Dr. William Jaeger (Applied Economics) Abstract: Reservoir systems in the…

From  Maria Wright 135 plays

Has Science Become Just About Irrelevant in Informing Policy Debates?

Dr. Robert T. Lackey presents the Keynote Lecture, Annual General Conference, British Columbia College of Applied Biology, Vancouver, March 13, 2015.

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WRE 599 Special Topics – April 19, 2013

Kellie Vache, OSU. Introduction to FLOW, the hydrologic modeling framework developed for Willamette Water 2100. 1) Background on why it was developed, 2) Key elements and spatial configuration, 3)…

From  Jennifer Cohen 140 plays

2013 Water Resource Seminar - Christopher Duffy

May 8, 2013 - Dr. Christopher Duffy from Pennsylvania State University is the guest speaker for the Spring Seminar Series: "Land, Water, and atmosphere: the Next 50 years". He presented on…

From  Jennifer Cohen 53 plays

2013 Water Resource Seminar - Gaby Katul

May 1, 2013 - Dr. Gaby Katul from Duke University is the guest speaker for the Spring Seminar Series: "Land, Water, and atmosphere: the Next 50 years". He presented on "Hydraulic…

From  Jennifer Cohen 58 plays

Willamette Water 2100: Ecohydrological Processes, Dr. Naomi Tague, April 26, 2013

"Modeling ecohydrologic processes in mountain watersheds-implications for the Willamette Watershed" Naomi Tague, Associate Professor of Hydrology, Bren School of Environmental Science and…

From  Maria Wright 124 plays

2013 Water Resource Seminar - Philip Hirsch

April 16, 2013 - Dr. Philip Hirsch from The University of Sydney is the guest speaker for the Spring Seminar Series: "Land, Water, and atmosphere: the Next 50 years". He presented on…

From  Jennifer Cohen 33 plays

2013 Water Resources Seminar Series - Julia Jones

April 3, 2013 - Dr. Julia Jones from Oregon State University is the guest speaker for the Spring Seminar Series: "Land, Water, and atmosphere: the Next 50 years". She presented on…

From  Jennifer Cohen 197 plays

Willamette Water 2100: Mountain Snowpack and Vegetation, Dr. Anne Nolin, January 11, 2013

"Mountain Snowpack and Vegetation: Implications of Disturbance" Anne Nolin, College of Earth, Ocean and Atmospheric Sciences, Oregon State University

From  Maria Wright 82 plays

A River Loved: A film about the Columbia River

The Columbia River has been successfully managed by the United States and Canada for hydropower and flood control since the 1960s. The Columbia River Treaty is an inspirational example of…

From  Julie Watson 113 plays

Government Scientist: Charting an Ethical Path

Dr. Robert T. Lackey, Professor of Fisheries at Oregon State University, discusses the proper role of science and scientists at the 2009 OSU Water Resources Graduate Seminar.

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Micro-Hydro Award Ceremony

Plaque presentation to Mrs. Esther Rada who provided a gift to OSU for water resources research

From  William Jarvis 21 plays