Can’t make the EPA peer review meeting? Watch the webcast

For those who can't make the meeting, you may watch the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency peer review panel via webcast. The EPA panel is set to meet in Anchorage Aug. 7-9 to discuss the science and research in the draft Bristol Bay watershed assessment, as well as listen to public comments on the issue.

Webcasts will be available to the public for the first two days.

Instructions for watching the webcasts: When you click the webcast links, you will be prompted to sign in to an Adobe Connect webinar session. 

  • Select Enter as a Guest
  • Enter your name in the Name field (or leave it blank)
  • Select Enter Room

Information about the meeting and peer review panelists is published in the Federal Register. Read the Federal Register notice.

The peer review panel will base its review on questions that were developed with public input. Final Peer Review Charge Questions (PDF).

For other infomation on the EPA draft Bristol Bay watershed assessment, see the EPA site.

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