August 18, 2017

First milestone in Klamath Integrated Restoration and Monitoring Plan complete

ESSA has completed a Synthesis Report for the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission in support of the development of an Integrated Fisheries Restoration and Monitoring Plan (IFRMP or Plan) for the Klamath Basin. Once complete in 2019 the Plan will help agencies and Tribes with […]
January 9, 2017

Adaptive Management Plan for the Missouri River

ESSA co-authored a Draft Science and Adaptive Management Plan for the Missouri River Recovery Program that has just been made available for public review. The effort was led by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and co-authors include a very hard-working team from the Army’s […]
December 16, 2016

New Study Reducing Uncertainty in the Regulation of Industrial Emissions in BC

A new study has been released assessing the critical loads of industrial air emissions in a rapidly industrializing region of northwest British Columbia, based on work carried out by David Marmorek, Alex Hall, Patricia de la Cueva Bueno, and Carol Murray of ESSA along with […]
October 31, 2016

Succession Moving Forward at ESSA

NEWS RELEASE The ESSA Technologies Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Dave Marmorek to the position of Lead Scientist & Senior Partner, and the appointment of Clint Alexander as President. With ESSA since 1981, Dave Marmorek has provided exemplary and resilient […]
February 24, 2016

Lessons from sea lice and salmon epidemiology laid out in new paper

Effective disease management can benefit from mathematical models that identify drivers of epidemiological change and help to guide decision-making. A new study recently published in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, and co-authored by Dr. Brendan Connors of ESSA, provides a synthesis of the […]
January 9, 2016

Canada Commits to Science-based Siting of New Marine Protected Areas

Canada has now committed to ambitious targets for setting aside 5% of its oceans for special protection by next year and aim,s to reach 10% protection by 2020. Several sites under the eye of marine conservation organizations have already been proposed, including the glass sponge […]