Independent Science Advisory Process and Biological Goals and Objectives – Bay Delta Conservation Plan

June 24, 2020 by admin

In collaboration with the Conservation Biology Institute Essex facilitated two independent science advisory panels for the Bay Delta Conservation Plan (BDCP). Essex was responsible for identifying and securing independent science advisors and facilitating workshops designed to solicit guidance on scientific issues related to species and habitat conservation in the Delta. Essex also served as a liaison between the science advisors and the developers of the BDCP to insure integrity and independence. Following the Independent Science Advisory Report, Essex worked with BDCP stakeholders to lead drafting of a set of biological goals and objectives for the plan.

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