director of research for the Oregon Fish Commission, executive secretary of the Oregon State Water Resources Research Institute, and coordinator of the Alsea Watershed Study. His research interests include catch and stock assessment, anadromous fish passage problems, habitat evaluations, salmonid ecology, and fishery resource management. He received his B.S. degree in forest management and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in fisheries from Oregon State University.
DARRELL G. FONTANE is director of the International School for Water Resources and a professor in the civil engineering department at Colorado State University. His research interests include water resources decision support systems, computer-aided water management, and integrated water quantity and quality management. As director of the International School for Water Resources, he organizes nondegree programs for international engineers in various aspects of water resources engineering. His responsibilities also include graduate teaching and research in water resources systems analysis and computerized decision support systems. Dr. Fontane received his B.S. degree in civil engineering from Louisiana State University, his M.S. degree in civil engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and his Ph.D. degree in civil engineering from Colorado State University.
ALBERT E. GIORGI is president and senior fisheries scientist at BioAnalysts, Inc., in Redmond, Washington. Dr. Giorgi has been conducting research on Pacific Northwest salmonid resources since 1982. Previously, he conducted research in marine invertebrate ecology and marine fish life history. In his capacity as a salmon biologist he specializes in migratory behavior, juvenile salmon survival studies, biological effects of hydroelectric development and operation, and population modeling. Dr. Giorgi’s clients include the Bonneville Power Administration; Northwest Power Planning Council; Corps of Engineers; Chelan, Douglas, and Grant County Public Utility Districts; and several engineering firms including CH2M Hill, Dames and Moore, Harza, HDR, INCA, and Montgomery Watson. He received his B.A. and M.A. degrees in biology from Humboldt State University and his Ph.D. degree in fisheries from the University of Washington.
HELEN M. INGRAM is a professor of social ecology and the Drew, Chace and Erin Warmington Chair in the Social Ecology