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NW Fishletter #374, October 2, 2017

[8] BiOp Case's Technical Advisor Will Retire

U.S. District Judge Michael Simon announced the retirement of his technical advisor Howard Horton during an August status conference with the parties in the ongoing BiOp case over Columbia River fish and hydropower.

Horton, an Oregon State University Professor Emeritus of Fisheries, has served over a decade as U.S. Court Technical Advisor in National Wildlife Federation v. National Marine Fisheries Service et al. [01-640] under Judges Malcolm Marsh and James Redden and now Judge Simon.

The parties in the case, which was brought in 2001, have recommended some nine individuals as a replacement for Horton. Simon did not indicate a timeline for replacing Horton. -L. B.

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