Michael Carl is a lifelong angler as well as a freelance writer and photographer. As a native Californian who has lived in the Sierras, the Central Valley, and on the Coast, he’s fished most of California’s rivers and caught all the state’s unique species of trout.
His writing and photography have been published in American Angler, Bay Nature, Northwest Fly Fishing, Salmon & Steelhead Journal, Southwest Fly Fishing, and TROUT. He lives in Half Moon Bay, California with his wife Debbie and a coonhound named Walker.
By their nature, coho are reclusive. They enter their streams to spawn when the flows run high and off-color. They prefer the cover of darkness to move upstream and typically build their redds in the most remote stretch of a coastal stream. They spook easy and rarely are seem in their element. Avoiding public awareness seems to be by choice, but their long term survival looks dire without greater awareness on our part.
This volume is a compilation of work by researchers, developers and practitioners of post-editing, presented at two recent events on post-editing: The first Workshop on Post-editing Technology and Practice, held in conjunction with the 10th Conference of the Association for Machine Translation in the Americas, held in San Diego, in 2012; and the International Workshop on Expertise in Translation and Post-editing Research and Application, held at the Copenhagen Business School, in 2012.