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From: Michelle McClure
To: John Stein
Subject: Re: [Fwd: Re: High priority maps]
Date: Monday, August 03, 2009 8:03:05 AM

Oh, yes -- the intent of the two page writeup was exactly that -- to
systematically identify the costs and benefits of reintroductions in
each area. It seems to me that when the individual scientists strongly
recommend reintroduction, we need to work through the process and lay
everything out clearly for the policy folks to be able to justify
decisions -- in many cases it probably won't be worthwhile, but in some
it will, and we shouldn't just assert which ones are without the backup.

To make that point for the uninitiated, we could put the currently
inaccessible dams prominently on those maps (???) Let me know if you
want that change soon, and I'll ask Damon to do that and to change the
legend titles.

m.

John Stein wrote:


> I think these work they are what I had in mind.
>
> Only comment is in reference to Tom C's comment which I think
> said--let's don't make this sound to easy and run the risk that effort
> goes toward an iffy re-introduction at the expense of other actions.
>
> Are we Ok?
>
> js
>
> Michelle McClure wrote:
>> Realizing that the legend ("reintroduction priority") needs to be
>> changed, would you take a quick look and see if these maps (or a
>> subset thereof) works for you?
>>
>> m.
>>
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> Subject: Re: High priority maps
>> Date: Mon, 03 Aug 2009 01:45:18 -0700
>> From: Damon.Holzer@noaa.gov
>> To: Michelle McClure <Michelle.Mcclure@noaa.gov>
>>
>>
>>
>> Here's the first attempt. It works best when you cycle through the
>> slides with powerpoint.
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Damon
>>
>> ----- Original Message -----
>> From: Michelle McClure <Michelle.Mcclure@noaa.gov>
>> Date: Thursday, July 30, 2009 2:36 pm
>> Subject: High priority maps
>>
>> > Hi Damon -- can you make me a couple maps (it's for all this BiOp >

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>> nonsense that's going on) -- as soon as possible would be best. We >
>> need > to show the benefit of reintroductions in various areas in the
>> > Interior > (based on our TRT memo).
>> > > It should show extant populations and extirpated populations, and
>> > code > the extirpated populations by the utility of reintroduction
>> (so > above > Chief Joe and above Hells Canyon for SR Falls would be
>> one color to > show > that they're most important, Clearwater for
>> Chinook another color > to > show that it's moderately important,
>> etc....). Would it be > possible to > do this both on the satellite
>> image that you did for me (that I use > A > LOT!) and on a more
>> standard graphical map?
>> > > Thanks a million, as always. This is for potential inclusion in
>> a > packet of stuff (short report) to show NOAA (Lubchenco) and the >
>> Action > Agencies what's already been done in terms of reintroductions.
>> > > Thanks,
>> > > Michelle
>> > > > > -- > Michelle McClure, Ph.D.
>> > > Acting Director, Marine Ecosystems Division
>> > Office of Science and Technology, NOAA Fisheries
>> > 1315 East-West Highway, Suite 12435
>> > Silver Spring, MD 20910
>> > michelle.mcclure@noaa.gov
>> > (301) 713-2363 x145
>> > > Permanent contact Information:
>> > > Northwest Fisheries Science Center
>> > NOAA Fisheries
>> > 2725 Montlake Blvd. E.
>> > Seattle, WA 98112
>> > > phone: 206-860-3402
>> > fax: 206-860-3400
>> > > >
>>
>> --
>> Michelle McClure, Ph.D.
>>
>> Acting Director, Marine Ecosystems Division
>> Office of Science and Technology, NOAA Fisheries
>> 1315 East-West Highway, Suite 12435
>> Silver Spring, MD 20910
>> michelle.mcclure@noaa.gov
>> (301) 713-2363 x145
>>
>> Permanent contact Information:
>>
>> Northwest Fisheries Science Center
>> NOAA Fisheries
>> 2725 Montlake Blvd. E.
>> Seattle, WA 98112
>>
>> phone: 206-860-3402
>> fax: 206-860-3400
>>
>>

--
Michelle McClure, Ph.D.

Acting Director, Marine Ecosystems Division


Office of Science and Technology, NOAA Fisheries
1315 East-West Highway, Suite 12435

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Silver Spring, MD 20910
michelle.mcclure@noaa.gov
(301) 713-2363 x145

Permanent contact Information:

Northwest Fisheries Science Center


NOAA Fisheries
2725 Montlake Blvd. E.
Seattle, WA 98112

phone: 206-860-3402
fax: 206-860-3400

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