W2D2S2 - Quantitative Ecology Fisheries



Online Via Zoom


Western Washington Data-driven Discovery Seminar Series (W2D2S2)

Event Overview

Spring 2022 Theme: Earth and Environmental Sciences

The Spring 2022 theme of the Western Washington Data-Driven Discovery Seminar Series (W2D2S2) is Earth and Environmental Sciences. Now in its second year, W2D2S2 is hosted by Western Washington University and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). The schedule of weekly online talks aims to bring together Earth and environmental scientists, computer scientists, statisticians, and mathematicians, to share, discuss, and explore recent findings, and to broaden avenues for future collaborations. The seminar series casts a broad net and aims to offer something for students, professors, researchers, and professionals in cross-disciplinary and cross-organizational research collaborations.

May 26: Quantitative Ecology Fisheries

How food and temperature determine growth opportunities for Juvenile Chinook Salmon in the Elwha River
Dr. Martin Liermann | NOAA
Dr. Aimie H. Fullerton | NOAA
Sarah Morley, MS | NOAA
A parcel-scale quantitative sea level rise vulnerability analysis for Puget Sound
Dr. Ian Miller | Princeton

For more information

Visit: Western Washington Data-driven Discovery Seminar Series event website

Email: w2d2s2organizers@gmail.com

Individuals can arrange for accommodations by contacting (360) 650-3083