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Doug Leeper
Agenda for the April 20, 2020 Lower Peace River/Lower Shell Creek minimum flows peer review teleconference is attached.
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Doug Leeper
Testing post notification feature of the webforum, as it has been working intermittently for me.
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lbedinger
I got the notification, Doug.
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David Tomasko
This worked for me
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PeterSheng
Works for me as well!
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Doug Leeper
Peer review status slides used for discussion led by Doug Leeper during the 2020-04-20 Lower Peace River/Lower Shell Creek minimum flows peer review panel teleconference.
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Doug Leeper
Initial, draft District staff responses to initial comments developed by the Lower Peace River/Lower Shell Creek minimum flows peer review panel.
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Doug Leeper
Draft summary of the 2020-04-20 teleconference of the Lower Peace River/Lower Shell Creek minimum flows peer review panel. Draft summary prepared by Doug Leeper and Dave Tomasko. Requesting review/revision/acceptance by Laura Bedinger and Peter Sheng.
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PeterSheng
I attach my review of the District's response to my initial comments. 

I also approve the Draft Summary of the 2020-04-20 teleconference of the LPR/LSC MFL peer review panel. A minor correction - in the text my name was spelled as Peter Shen instead of Peter Sheng. 
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lbedinger
I also approve the Draft Summary of the 2020-04-20 teleconference meeting minutes. 
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Doug Leeper
Approved summary of the 2020-04-20 teleconference of the Lower Peace River/Lower Shell Creek minimum flows peer review panel is attached.
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David Tomasko
Attached is my first draft of the Peer Review Panel's initial report to the District.  At this stage, it is ready for review, comment and editing by Drs. Bedinger and Sheng - it is not to be considered as the initial report from the Panel, but a first draft for the other two panel members to review.  Working remotely, this is a bit of a challenge to produce such a document, so I would suggest that Drs. Bedinger and Sheng either save any changes in track changes mode, or to provide me with a separate file or communication related to specific edits that they feel are required.  The format of the report is based on our discussions earlier this week - it includes a section by section summary of comments in tabular form, along with brief text to explain (if necessary) the comments or concerns raised.  Other elements include a section of the table referring to the specific Panel Charge that the comments are in response to - which can be fairly broad.  A third section of the tabular presentation of comments notes whether or not a topic was raised by more than one Panel member.  A topic raised by only a single member is not less "important" than one raised by all members, as it may reflect knowledge or training that only one Panel member has. However, if a more generic topic was raised by more than one Panel member, the District should pay particular concern to such issues.

Pending receipt of comments and edits from the other two panel members, this draft report will be provided in a revised form to the District by April 30, at the latest.

I anticipate that our Teleconference this coming Monday will mostly consist of Panel member comments on the draft report attached here.  While it is helpful for the District to have prior knowledge of the Panel members concerns - based on earlier files the Panel members have transmitted to the District, the District response to this report is part of the next phase of this effort - it is not to be included in this initial report.

See you all (virtually) Monday - Dave
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