Area of Expertise:
Misty is a biologist and the Wild Salmon Program Director with the Raincoast Conservation Foundation in BC. She is a member of the federal Southern BC Chinook Strategic Planning initiative, and sits as a conservation representative at DFO’s Integrated Harvest Planning Committee for salmon. Her fieldwork includes projects in the estuary of the Fraser River that focus on out-migrating juvenile Chinook salmon, and active restoration plans to breach jetties on the Fraser River delta in an effort to restore lost connectivity of salmon habitat.
Select Presentation(s) / Publication(s):
Gayeski, Nick & MacDuffee, Misty & Stanford, Jack. (2018). Criteria for a good catch: A conceptual framework to guide sourcing of sustainable salmon fisheries. FACETS. 3. 300-314. 10.1139/facets-2016-0078.
MacDuffee, Misty, ” Management options that address cumulative effects and aid recovery of SRKW” (2018). Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference. 67. https://cedar.wwu.edu/ssec/2018ssec/allsessions/67
Jarvella Rosenberger, Adrianne; MacDuffee, Misty; Rosenberger, Andrew; Ross, Peter, ” Oil spills and marine mammals in British Columbia, Canada: development and application of a risk-based conceptual framework” (2018). Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference. 67. https://cedar.wwu.edu/ssec/2018ssec/allsessions/67
Chalifour, Lia; Scott, David; MacDuffee, Misty; Dower, John; and Baum, Julia, “Juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) residency and early growth in the lower Fraser River estuary” (2018). Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference. 122. https://cedar.wwu.edu/ssec/2018ssec/allsessions/122
L Jarvela Rosenberger, Adrianne & MacDuffee, Misty & G J Rosenberger, Andrew & Ross, Peter. (2017). Oil Spills and Marine Mammals in British Columbia, Canada: Development and Application of a Risk-Based Conceptual Framework. Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology. 73. 10.1007/s00244-017-0408-7.
MacDuffee, Misty & Rosenberger, A.R. & Dixon, R & Jarvela Rosenberger, A & Paquet, Paul. (2015). What’s at stake: Threatened ecosystems and benefits in the Salish Sea. 10.13140/RG.2.1.1754.2161.