Eco-Lunch Seminar Series in SAFS starts Oct 6

The Eco-Lunch Seminar Series runs on Mondays from 12:30-1:30pm in FSH 203. Bring your lunch and enjoy an informal talk with aquatic & fishery sciences faculty and graduate students.

Here’s the Autumn Quarter line-up:

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OCT 6    Tom Quinn (Quinn Lab)

“Variation in marine migration patterns of Puget Sound salmon: Small cuts at the knotty problem of residency”

OCT 13  JEFF ADAMS (Washington Sea Grant)

“Volunteer-assisted nearshore profiling and an ode to halophytes”

OCT 20  JOE SMITH (Quinn Lab)

“Quantifying density, salmon smolt predation, and movement of piscine predators in the San Joaquin River”

OCT 27  JOE BIZZARRO (Summers Lab)

“Niche differentiation of skate assemblages”

NOV 3   ADAM HANSEN (WA Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit)

“Effects of prey abundance, distribution, visual contrast and morphology on selection by a pelagic piscivore”

NOV 10  RACHEL BREYTA & GAEL KURATH (Kurath Lab)

“Landscape Ecology of IHN virus in steelhead trout of the Columbia River basin and coastal Washington”

NOV 24  RACHEL HOVEL (Quinn Lab)

“Lacustrine fish community composition and life histories reflect variability in their environment ”

DEC 1     HILLARY BURGESS  (COASST)

Collaboration, iteration and adaptation: marine debris module development in COASST 

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