DEPARTMENTAL SEMINARS
Spring 2004

4:00 pm, April 1—June 3, 2004
102 Fishery Sciences (auditorium)
Social hour follows

For further information, please send email to frontdesk@fish.washington.edu or call 206-543-4270. For info on other seminars and talks of interest to fisheries and aquatic science professionals, see Fishline.

Aquatic & Fishery Science Home

Date

Topic/Speaker

1 Apr

Jon Shurin
University of British Columbia, Department of Zoology

Local and Regional Influences on the Structure of Lake Communities

Email/Websites:
shurin@zoology.ubc.ca  •  http://www.zoology.ubc.ca/%7Eshurin/

8 Apr

Steve Katz
NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Fishery Resource Analysis and Monitoring

Red Muscle in Tuna and the Red Herring Endothermy

Email/Websites:
steve.katz@noaa.gov

15 Apr

Sean Cox
Simon Fraser University, School of Resource and Environmental Management

Further Development of an In-Season Forecasting and Management Approach for British Columbia North Coast Coho Salmon Fisheries

Email/Websites:
spcox@sfu.ca  •  http://www.rem.sfu.ca/fishgrp/

20 Apr

Chris Langdon*
Oregon State University, Department of Fisheries & Wildlife and Coastal Oregon Marine Experiment Station

Challenges and Opportunities for Aquaculture in the 21st Century

*Note different day, Tuesday, and location, 107 Fishery Sciences

Email/Websites:
chris.langdon@oregonstate.edu  •  http://marineresearch.oregonstate.edu/

22 Apr

Stephen Kaattari
CSX Professor and Chair
College of William & Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, Environmental & Aquatic Animal Health

The Salmonid Cellular and Molecular Immune Repertoire: Implications for the Evolution of Disease Resistance

29 Apr

No seminar due to Bevan Symposium

6 May

Chris Brown
Florida International University, Department of Biological Sciences, Marine Biology Program

Maternal Provisioning of Fish Embryos with Thyroid Hormones

Email/Websites:
brownch@fiu.edu  •  http://www.marine.fiu.edu

10 May

Graham Young*
University of Idaho, Department of Biological Sciences

Regulation of Ovarian Development in Teleost Fish: Potential Impacts of Environmental Factors and Applications to Aquaculture

*Note different day, Monday, and location, 107 Fishery Sciences

Email/Websites:

13 May

Charles Vorosmarty
University of New Hampshire
Water Systems Analysis Group, Complex Systems Research Center
Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space

Global Change, the Terrestrial Water Cycle and our Search for Mauna Loa

Email/Websites:
http://www.unh.edu/esci/vorosmarty.html

20 May

Penny Swanson
NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Resource Enhancement and Utilization Technologies

Molecular and Physiological Approaches to Assess Impacts of Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals on Salmon Reproduction and Growth

27 May

Phil Levin
NOAA Fisheries, Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Fishery Resource Analysis and Monitoring

Habitat Triage for Exploited Fishes: Can We Identify Essential "Essential Fish Habitat"?

3 Jun

George Hunt
University of California Irvine, Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Climate Variability and Bering Sea Ecosystem Responses

Email/Websites:
glhunt@uci.edu  •  http://ecoevo.bio.uci.edu/Faculty/Hunt/Hunt.html


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