Please see our EVENTS page for upcoming departmental seminars.

Spring 2021 Seminars

Thursdays at 4:00-5:00 pm PT; Join the seminar remotely via Zoom.
*Please note the seminars on April 1st and 8th will begin at 3:00 pm PT. 

Date Speaker Affiliation Title Recordings
April 1 Danielle C. Claar School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
Symbioses in a changing ocean: Keystone interactions and ecological resilience
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April 8 Beatriz Dias School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
From river dolphins to herring: Developing research for coastal ecosystems
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April 15 Barry Berejikian National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Steelhead smolt mortality in Puget Sound and Hood Canal: The importance of harbor seal predation and other ecosystem factors
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April 22 Amanda W. J. Demopoulos US Geological Survey Ecological functioning in two mid-Atlantic Bight submarine canyons: macrofauna community trends and the role of canyon-specific processes Watch
April 29 Emily Bernhardt Duke University
Streams in the city: two decades of lessons learned from urban streams
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May 6 Rick Goetz National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Sablefish and siscowet lake trout: common strategies for living deep in oceans and lakes
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May 13 Lisa Levin Scripps Institution of Oceanography Deep-sea biodiversity challenges in the 21st century: Climate, resource extraction and sustainability Watch
May 20 Nat Scholz National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
A research perspective on pollution threats to the NOAA Fisheries conservation mission
Postponed
May 27 Stephanie Moore National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Harmful algal blooms, fisheries, and fishing communities on the US West Coast
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June 3 Eileen Bates, Julieta Martinelli, Laura Spencer, and Yaamini Venkataraman School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington
The Chew Series: Recent advances in shellfish aquaculture research
Recording unavailable

Archived Departmental Seminars

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Autumn 2020 Seminars

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