Puget Sound Georgia Basin Ecosystem Conference

 

 

 

Every two years, scientists, researchers, resource managers and planners gather to present and hear about the most current findings about the health of the Puget Sound-Georgia Basin region.

Held alternatively in British Columbia and Washington , the conferences attract participants from both sides of the border and beyond.  

The most recent conference took place March 2007 in Vancouver , B.C.  

Much of the research presented at the conferences helps guide decision makers as they develop action plans for protecting and restoring the region’s environmental resources.  

Since 1991, the Puget Sound Partnership has hosted this regional research conference. When Environment Canada came on board in 2003, the conference became an international transboundary event.  

Each conference includes hundreds of presentations in theme-related breakout sessions as well as posters on a variety of topics. Proceedings from the presentations and posters are available as either abstracts or full-length papers.

Photocopies of specific papers available by request at 360.725-5444 or 800.54.SOUND.

>>>For more information, contact info@psp.wa.gov or call 1.800.54.SOUND.

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2009 Puget Sound Georgia Basin Ecosystem Conference | Website

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