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Environmental Seminar: Glaciers: frozen rivers transporting snow and ice to streams and oceans
WhenMonday, May 22, 2017, 12:30 – 1:25 p.m.
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The University of Washington Tacoma's TESC200 spring quarter Environmental Seminar is focused on water. The series, which takes places Mondays 12.30-1.25 in SCI309 (Science building, kitty corner to the Swiss Pub on Jefferson St) is open to the public. Lectures begin next Monday, Mar 27. The first speaker will be Dr Joe Casola from the UW's Climate Impacts Group. He will be discussing Climate Change in the Puget Sound (see attached flyer).The other speakers include:

March 27 – Dr Joe Casola (UW Climate Impacts Group) - Climate change in the Puget Sound
April 3 – Dr Christina Bandaragoda (UW Civil and Environmental Engineering) - Tributaries as pipelines: assessing fish and hydropower infrastructure impacts using climate projections
April 10 – Dr Nick Bond (WA State Climatologist and UW JISAO Senior Research Scientist) - Precipitation in Washington State: A study in contrasts
April 17 – Mr Michael Garrity (WA Dept of Fish and Wildlife) - A river that reflects Pacific NW Values? The Columbia River in the 21st Century
April 24 – Mr Russ Ladley (Puyallup Tribal Fisheries) - TBA
May 1 – Mr Jacob Pederson (Pierce County) - Science, policy and collaborative partnerships in Puyallup River floodplains
May 8 – Roundtable of UWT faculty
May 15 – Dr Tessa Francis (UWT Center for Urban Waters) - Pacific herring: a foundational coastal species
May 22 – Dr TJ Fudge (UW Earth and Space Sciences) - Glaciers: frozen rivers transporting snow and ice to streams and oceans

Campus locationUW Tacoma Science Building (SCI)
Campus roomSCI 309
Event typesAcademics
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