Dr. Peter Moyle
Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of Wildlife, Fish and Conservation Biology and associate director of the Center for Watershed Sciences, UC Davis. (Wikipedia, Google Scholar)
Dr. Moyle is author or co-author of more than 250 publications, including Inland Fishes of California (2002), Suisun Marsh: ecological history and possible futures (2014), and Floodplains: processes and management for ecosystem services (2017).
He has served on numerous advisory bodies, including the Ecosystem Restoration Program Science Board of the California Bay-Delta Authority and the National Research Council Panel on the Klamath River.
His research interests include conservation of aquatic species, habitats, and ecosystems; ecology of fishes of the San Francisco Estuary; ecology of California stream fishes; impact of introduced aquatic organisms (novel ecosystems); use of floodplains by fish; and reconciliation ecology.
Dr. Ted Grantham
Associate Cooperative Extension Specialist and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management at UC Berkeley, head of the Grantham Lab for Freshwater Science & Management, CalTrout Ecosystem Fellow with the Water Policy Center of the Public Policy Institute of California, and Co-Director of the Cannabis Research Center at UC Berkeley. (Google Scholar)
Dr. Grantham is author or co-author of more than 50 publications, including A functional flows approach to selecting ecologically relevant flow metrics for environmental flow applications (2020), Sustainable water management under future uncertainty with eco-engineering decision scaling (2016), and 100 years of California’s water rights system: patterns, trends and uncertainty (2014).
Dr. Grantham is an eco-hydrologist interested in the impacts of human activities on river ecosystem health. His extension activities are focused on the translation of research into sustainable, cost-effective solutions for managing water and the environment.
His research focuses on the relationships between hydrological and ecological processes in studies relevant to the management of water resources.
Dr. Karrigan Börk
Dr. Börk is author or co-author of dozens of publications, including The rebirth of California fish & game code section 5937: water for fish (2011), A path forward for California’s freshwater ecosystems (2019), Rewatering Napa’s Rivers (2021), and California’s Constitutional Right to Fish (2021).
Dr. Börk is currently examining legal and ethical issues in ecological restoration, and working on local governance issues in ecosystem management. His past work has focused on the management of guest species and the evolution of law via administrative actions.