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Northwest Scientific Association seminar series
Biweekly seminars hosted by the Northwest Scientific Association, all talks at 3:30 PM

A link to the zoom meeting will be emailed to registrants within eight hours of the start of the meeting.

Confirmed speakers:

February 25: Patrick Bartlein, University of Oregon
The Real Controls of the Temporal and Spatial Variations of Climate in the Pacific Northwest

March 11: Megan Walsh, Central Washington University
Combining paleoecology and archaeology: what interdisciplinary research can tell us about Holocene human-landscape interactions in the Pacific Northwest

Mar 25, 2021 Michelle Steen-Adams, US Forest Service

April 8: Michael Kauffmann: The Klamath Mountains: A Natural History
Take a journey through the biotic and abiotic wonders that define the Klamath Mountains as one of the most unique mountain ranges in North America. ...

Apr 22- Connie Harrington, US Forest Service PNW Research Station
Climate Influences Range and Phenology of PNW shrubs

May 6: Ken Lindke, California Department of Fish and Wildlife: The last glacier: a personal and scientific journey to document modern Trinity Alps glaciers during an unprecedented drought.
The last glacier in the Klamath Mountains is a symbol of the past, present, and future of the region. The glacier’s story weaves together climate change, geology, and water, providing the basis for a journey through this unique corner of Northern California and Southern Oregon. This study was published in Northwest Science in 2020: vol94, Issue 1: 44-61.

May 20, 2021 03:30 PM – Monique Wynecoop and Melodi Wynne, US Forest Service
Food Sovereignty and Fire

Abstracts of some of these talks available from our cancelled 2020 meeting:
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