Five scientists, recognized as experts in the disciplines of fisheries biology, fluvial geomorphology, hydraulic engineering, hydrology, riparian ecology, wildlife biology, or aquatic ecology, form a Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). Each member is appointed by the Executive Director and serves a four-year rotating term.
Members of the SAB proviced scientific peer review of proposed hypotheses associated with monitoring and restoration management approaches, proposed annual flow schedules, short- and long-term monitoring and investigation plans developed by technical work groups, technical recommendations, and research reports.
John Buffington, Ph.D., USDA Forest Service; email@example.com
John Buffington (Ph.D. Geological Sciences) is a Research Geomorphologist with the U.S. Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station. His research focuses on fluvial geomorphology of mountain basins, biophysical interactions, and the effects of natural and anthropogenic disturbances on salmonid habitat.
Chris Jordan, Ph.D., NOAA; firstname.lastname@example.org
Chris Jordan (Ph.D. Fisheries) is a Research Fisheries Biologist with NOAA/NMFS’s Northwest Fisheries Science Center and Program Manager for the Mathematical Biology and Systems Monitoring Program.
Andrew J. Paul, Ph.D., Alberta Environment and Parks; email@example.com
Andrew Paul (Ph.D. Population Ecologist) is the Provincial Environmental Flow Specialist for Fish and Wildlife Habitat Policy with the Alberta Government.