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Publishers to Require Lay Summaries

Prof. Julian Olden and SAFS research scientist Lauren Kuehne published an opinion article in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, titled Lay Summaries needed to enhance science communication. This piece promotes the requirement and publication of lay summaries with peer-reviewed research articles.

Spring Seminar Series, Thursday with Prof. Ray Hilborn

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, April 2, 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. 

Board sets new sockeye escapement goals for 2015

Several in the SAFS community have been working on a management strategy evaluation for Bristol Bay sockeye salmon. Findings were presented to the Alaska Board of Fish resulting in changes to seasonal management targets, reported by The Bristol Bay Times.
Last week the Department of Fish and Game adopted a wider range with raised upper ends for sockeye escapement goals in most Bristol Bay rivers. 

Special Seminar – Student Research Derby Presentations

On April 3rd at 4:00 PM, please come to the special SAFS seminar that will consist of Research Derby participants summarizing and presenting the work they have completed in a two-day period. The Research Derby is a speed-research event where groups of (3-4) students from different labs work together to think up an interesting research question, brainstorm their approach, collect data, perform analysis and present it to the SAFS community, all in two days. 

Bevan Seminar Series, TODAY with Dr. Heather Koldewey

Please join the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences for our free public symposium, the Bevan Series, featuring internationally-recognized experts.
The 2015 Bevan Series is organized around a collection of current controversies in fisheries, with small groups of speakers to provide alternative perspectives on the issues at hand. We will discuss commercial whaling, seafood certification, the efficacy of marine protected areas, and inter-sectoral allocation in fisheries management.  

Bevan Seminar Series, Thursday with Dr. Heather Koldewey

Please join the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences for our free public symposium, the Bevan Series, featuring internationally-recognized experts.
The 2015 Bevan Series is organized around a collection of current controversies in fisheries, with small groups of speakers to provide alternative perspectives on the issues at hand. We will discuss commercial whaling, seafood certification, the efficacy of marine protected areas, and inter-sectoral allocation in fisheries management.  

Bevan Seminar Series, TODAY with John Garner

Please join the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences for our free public symposium, the Bevan Series, featuring internationally-recognized experts.
The 2015 Bevan Series is organized around a collection of current controversies in fisheries, with small groups of speakers to provide alternative perspectives on the issues at hand. We will discuss commercial whaling, seafood certification, the efficacy of marine protected areas, and inter-sectoral allocation in fisheries management.  

Bevan Seminar Series, Thursday with John Garner

Please join the School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences for our free public symposium, the Bevan Series, featuring internationally-recognized experts.
The 2015 Bevan Series is organized around a collection of current controversies in fisheries, with small groups of speakers to provide alternative perspectives on the issues at hand. We will discuss commercial whaling, seafood certification, the efficacy of marine protected areas, and inter-sectoral allocation in fisheries management.  

Special Seminar Today: Dr. Colden Baxter

Dr. Colden Baxter, Associate Professor of Biology and Director of the Stream Ecology Center at Idaho State University, will be giving a special seminar today in SAFS, entitled Complexity and Connectivity in Nature: Toward a Spatial Ecology of River-Riparian Ecosystems.
When
TODAY, 4:30 PM
Where
University of Washington
Fishery Sciences Auditorium, 102
1122 NE Boat Street, Seattle, Washington
ABSTRACT
Research conducted in the Stream Ecology Center focuses on rivers and streams, but more generally on the ecological linkages between water and land. 

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