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|Presentation Title||Sockeye Future: Integrating Technology into Monitoring and Fish Passage Options|
|Presenting Author Name||Janine Bryan|
|Presenting Author Affiliation||Whooshh Innovations|
|Unit Meeting||Western Division/WA-BC Chapter|
|Symposium||Sockeye Slamon: past present and future in a world of increased distrubance regimes|
|Type of Presentation||Oral|
The goal, from the Sockeye perspective, has not changed: complete the cycle of life, sustain the population, ensure the species existence for the future. The goal may be the same, but the world is changing. The combination of man-made challenges and mother nature’s large-scale acts of environmental modification have changed the game as to just how the Sockeye might reach their goal. We need to recognize that many of these changes are effectively irreversible. Nostalgia will not restore the past. Change is a constant. Today, technological innovations are integrated into the everyday lives of humans, providing increased connectivity, efficiencies and more environmentally friendly options. In the last few years, there have been several opportunities to glimpse the potential of a future for the PNW Sockeye that also embraces technological advancements and increases the opportunity for lifecycle success.