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Oceanography and life history predict contrasting genetic population structure in two Antarctic fish species.

Oceanography and life history predict contrasting genetic population structure in two Antarctic fish species.
Evol Appl. 2015 Jun;8(5):486-509
Authors: Young EF, Belchier M, Hauser L, Horsburgh GJ, Meredith MP, Murphy EJ, Pascoal S, Rock J, Tysklind N, Carvalho GR
Abstract
Understanding the key drivers of population connectivity in the marine environment is essential for the effective management of natural resources. Although several different approaches to evaluating connectivity have been used, they are rarely integrated quantitatively. 

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Practical science communication strategies for graduate students.

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Practical science communication strategies for graduate students.
Conserv Biol. 2014 Oct;28(5):1225-35
Authors: Kuehne LM, Twardochleb LA, Fritschie KJ, Mims MC, Lawrence DJ, Gibson PP, Stewart-Koster B, Olden JD
Abstract
Development of skills in science communication is a well-acknowledged gap in graduate training, but the constraints that accompany research (limited time, resources, and knowledge of opportunities) make it challenging to acquire these proficiencies. 

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Keith Fritschie Final Exam

Keith will be presenting his thesis entitled:

Non-native species, size distributions, and nutrient recycling in southwestern stream communities

WHEN: Monday, June 8th at 1:00 PM
WHERE: FSH 203
FACULTY ADVISER: Julian Olden

All are welcome to attend. 

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Brittany Jones Final Exam – Date Change

Brittany will be presenting her thesis entitled:

Implications of climate change for strategic conservation and restoration of tidal wetlands

WHEN: TBA
WHERE: FSH 203
FACULTY ADVISER: Charles Simenstad

All are welcome to attend. 

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Spring Seminar Series, TODAY with Drs. Marine Brieuc and Kristen Gruenthal

Please join the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences for its Spring Seminar Series, this week featuring two SAFS researchers! The SAFS seminar series consists of weekly presentations by eminent academics, prospective faculty members and the School’s own faculty members. Seminars are free and open to the public.
When
TODAY, May 28, 2015 at 4 PM
Social immediately follows
Where
University of Washington
Fishery Sciences Building
Room 102
1122 NE Boat Street
Seattle, Washington (map)
View the full seminar schedule. 

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Spring Seminar Series, Thursday with Drs. Marine Brieuc and Kristen Gruenthal

Please join the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences for its Spring Seminar Series, this week featuring two SAFS researchers! The SAFS seminar series consists of weekly presentations by eminent academics, prospective faculty members and the School’s own faculty members. Seminars are free and open to the public.
When
Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 4 PM
Social immediately follows
Where
University of Washington
Fishery Sciences Building
Room 102
1122 NE Boat Street
Seattle, Washington (map)
View the full seminar schedule. 

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Allison McCoy Final Exam

Allison will be presenting her thesis entitled:

An Assessment of the Impact of Non-Native Lake Trout Salvelinus namaycush and Mysis diluviana on the Growth and Survival of Pelagic Planktivores in Lake Tahoe

WHEN: Friday, May 29th at 1:00PM
WHERE: FSH 213
FACULTY CHAIR: Dave Beauchamp

All are welcome to attend. 

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Meryl Mims Final Exam

Meryl will be presenting her dissertation entitled:

Implications of environmental and landscape change for population connectivity and the persistence of dryland amphibians

WHEN: Friday, June 5th at 10:00 AM
WHERE: FSH 203
FACULTY CHAIR: Julian Olden

All are welcome to attend. 

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Spring Seminar Series, TODAY with Dr. Kevin Bailey

Please join the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences for its Spring Seminar Series. The SAFS seminar series consists of weekly presentations by eminent academics, prospective faculty members and the School’s own faculty members. Seminars are free and open to the public.
When
TODAY, May 21, 2015 at 4 PM
Social immediately follows
Where
University of Washington
Fishery Sciences Building
Room 102
1122 NE Boat Street
Seattle, Washington (map)
View the full seminar schedule. 

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Spring Seminar Series, Thursday with Dr. Kevin Bailey

Please join the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences for its Spring Seminar Series. The SAFS seminar series consists of weekly presentations by eminent academics, prospective faculty members and the School’s own faculty members. Seminars are free and open to the public.
When
Thursday, May 21, 2015 at 4 PM
Social immediately follows
Where
University of Washington
Fishery Sciences Building
Room 102
1122 NE Boat Street
Seattle, Washington (map)
View the full seminar schedule. 

Read more
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