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* 1. How satisfied were you with the symposium

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* 2. Please indicate your agreement with each statement.

  Strongly agree Somewhat agree Neutral Somewhat disagree Strongly disagree
The symposium was well organized
There was a good variety of sessions (ie. speakers, speed-talks, panel discussions)
Talks were a good length
There was enough time for discussion
There was enough time to network
Breaks were a good length

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* 3. What did you think of the individual speakers? (Full abstracts here)

  Amazing! Quality work It was OK Needed improvement Needed major work
Keynote speaker: Dr. Newsha Ajami
Working with Nature Across the Land-Use Spectrum: a Holistic Approach to Ecological Resilience (Dr. Letitia Grenier, SFEI)
Urban Ecology: Designing the Climate-Resilient Cities of the Future (Robin Grossinger, SFEI)
California’s Future – Warmer, Drier and Wetter (Dan Cayan, UCSD)
Effects of Climate Uncertainty on the Development and Evaluation of Adaptation Strategies (Michael Tansey, US Bureau of Reclamation)
Reexamination of Sediment Management in Newport Bay under Accelerating Sea-Level Rise (Matthew Brand, UCI)
Use of Urban Vegetation As Climate Adaptation- Effective, and Low Cost When Done Well (John Melvin, CAL FIRE)
Land Use Change, Fire, Cannabis (Van Butsic, UCB)
Erosion and Best Management Practices after Forest Fire (Dr. Cajun James, Sierra Pacific Industries)
Drinking Water Quality Impacts of Watershed Fires: A Case Study (Ryan Anderson, Carollo Engineers)
Panel Discussion: How to address water quality monitoring problems associated with fire? (Dr. Alex Chow, Van Butsic, Dr. Cajun James, & Ryan Anderson)
Lightning Talks: Short presentations on innovative tech and special studies
Monitoring Bioaccumulation in California’s Changing Landscapes (Jay Davis, SFEI)
Remote Sensing of Cyanobacteria Abundance: Next Steps in Utilizing Satellite Imagery and Data (Randy Turner, SFEI)
Stream Pollution Trends Program (SPoT): Statewide Contaminant and Toxicity Monitoring Related to Land Use (Bryn Phillips, UCD)
From Open Data to Open Indicators (Fraser Shilling, UCD)
A Vision for More Effective Use of Biological Data in Water Resource Management (Peter Ode, CDFW)
Prioritizing Management Goals for Stream Biological Integrity Within the Context of Landscape Constraints (Marcus W. Beck, SCCWRP)
Using an Interactive Dashboard to Communicate Bioassessment Data (Calvin Yang, SWRCB)
eDNA Methods and Application for several State and Federally Listed Aquatic Species (Gregory Schumer, Genidaqs)
Panel Discussion: What are the Water Data Needs to Address the Management Decisions Related to Landscape Change? (Jon Bishop-Replaced by Nick Martorano, Dr. Stephen Weisberg, Dr. Christopher Dillis, & James Smith)
Data Story and Visualization Panel Discussion (Marcus W. Beck, Rebecca Nordenholt, Calvin Yang, Dawit Tadesse, Michelle Tang, Jay Davis, Bryn Phillips, & Stefanie Scott

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* 4. What topics would you like to see covered at future conferences?

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* 5. Additional comments?

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