On an Alaskan island, one of nature’s greatest spectacles is shutting down, as brown bears abandon fish in favor of a surprising alternative.
Read Hal Shepherd's Op-ed in the August 10, 2017 edition of the Homer News addressing the issue of whether the Alaska Energy Authority's proposal to divert water from the West Fork Upper Battle Creek drainage in order to supplement the power generating capacity for the Bradley Lake Hydroelectric Project near the Fox River Flats estuary on the east end of Kachemak Bay, would actually be good for fish.
The webinar recording (with closed captioning) is NOW AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING! @ https://nccwsc.usgs.gov/webinar/droughtWindRiver
For more information about the research presented in this webinar, please contact the speaker Shannon McNeeley, Shannon.McNeeley@colostate.edu.