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Willamette River: Report Card Development & Production
IAN, in collaboration with the Meyer Memorial Trust, will develop the Willamette River Report Card. The 187 mile long Willamette River is located entirely in Oregon and is a major tributary of the Columbia River. Flowing northward between the Oregon Coast Range and the Cascade Range, the Willamette River basin contains two-thirds of Oregon's population, including the state's largest city, Portland, positioned near the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia Rivers. IAN staff held introductory workshops in Portland and Corvallis OR with eminent scientists in the area and relevant stakeholders associated with the management and use of the Willamette River and its watershed. A workshop to fully develop the Report Card will be held in September 2014 with a draft available for review in December 2014.  Full Details  



Timeframe

Start: 1st May, 2014
Finish: 1st May, 2015
Duration: 1 year(s)

Funding Agencies:
Meyer Memorial Trust
Project Website(s):
http://www.mmt.org/
Key Contact(s):

Simon Costanzo PhotoDr Simon Costanzo
Science Integrator
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Simon Costanzo Integration and Application Network Dr Simon Costanzo Science Integrator Simon Costanzo Photo cell(410) 476-1585 workfax(410) 228-3843 work(410) 221-2042 University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
work
PO Box 775
/ 2020 Horns Point Rd
Cambridge MD 21613 USA

Heath Kelsey PhotoDr Heath Kelsey
Program Director
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Heath Kelsey Integration and Application Network Dr Heath Kelsey Program Director Heath Kelsey Photo cell(443) 496-0188 workfax(410) 228-3843 work(410) 221-2045 University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
work
PO Box 775
/ 2020 Horns Point Rd
Cambridge MD 21613 USA

Tracey Saxby Photo Tracey Saxby (IAN Alumni)
Project Manager
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Tracey Saxby Integration and Application Network Tracey Saxby Project Manager Tracey Saxby Photo Visual Science
work Squamish BC V8B0C2 CANADA

Bill Dennison PhotoProfessor Bill Dennison
Vice President for Science Application
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Bill Dennison Integration and Application Network Professor Bill Dennison Vice President for Science Application Bill Dennison Photo workfax(410) 228-3843 work(410) 221-2004 University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
work
PO Box 775
/ 2020 Horns Point Rd
Cambridge MD 21613 USA