Workshop Vision Statement
One of the goals of the CALFED Science Program is to provide authoritative and unbiased descriptions of scientific knowledge. To fulfill this goal, the Science Program holds workshops designed to provide a forum for discussions and the exchange of information among Scientists, Stakeholders, Agency Staff, and the public about topics important to the region. These workshops synthesize the science related to complex problems and provide advice for undertaking specific complex tasks in support of Delta planning and decision-making.
Past workshops have addressed topics such as variable-Delta conveyance, the pelagic organism decline, and Delta smelt migration. Below is a list of all workshops hosted by the CALFED Science Program.
Science Program Sponsored Workshops
>2006 Environmental Water Account (EWA) Review (November 28, 29,30)
CALSIM II Presentation of the Review Panel's Final ReportScience Program CALSIM website (January 17,2006)
CALSIM II Review: Presentation by the Review Panel of its Draft Findings (Friday, September 30, 2005)
Monitoring Central Valley Chinook salmon and steelhead populations (August 23-25)
Science Review of the new San Joaquin River Valley Representations in CALSIM II (August 4)
2004 EWA Technical Review Panel (November 8-10)
The Environmental Water Account Workshop - Evaluating the first four years and science needs for a long-term EWA (September 8-9)