A deep dive into shallow waters: Managing climate change effects on stream drying in the Northwest

This workshop includes three 2-hour sessions on Tuesday October 5, Wednesday October 6, and Thursday October 7, 2021 from 1 pm to 3 pm PT/2 to 4 pm MT. To help us plan for an effective virtual workshop, please register by Tuesday September 7, 2021. Your registration will include answering a brief questionnaire to help inform workshop planning. If you consider someone else within your entity or organization is better placed to participate or if you know of another individual or organization that you think is important to include, please let us know who that is, so we can extend this invitation to them.

Registration and questionnaire: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe-OpBJvxzmVZxcRZ9Zb73XvkgekAJwAppkHfTW-MIJpPztEA/viewform

This 2021 Deep Dive aims to support the co-development of an actionable science agenda and a community of practice around managing climate change impacts on stream permanence in the Pacific Northwest.

The October Deep Dive Workshop will bring together researchers and managers from across the region to develop this agenda. To inform these discussions, the Deep Dive team, guided and supported by an Advisory Group, have been working over the summer to assess the state of knowledge and practice associated with managing this emerging climate risk. For more information on the NW CASC Deep Dives and explore the outcomes of previous ones, please visit https://nwcasc.uw.edu/resources/actionable-science-deep-dives/.