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UAF Fisheries Seminar

Friday, April 29, 3:30 pm

SFOS, Lena Point Rm 101

How is Pacific Climate impacting coastal ocean ecosystems? 

Emanuele Di Lorenzo

Professor of Ocean and Climate Dynamics, School of Earth & Atmospheric Sciences, Georgia Institute of Technology 

UAF Special Seminar

Wednesday, May 4, 10:00 am

SFOS, Lena Point Rm 101

Trophic ecology of nearshore fishes in glacially-influenced estuaries of Southeast Alaska

Emily Whitney, UAF MS Candidate

Southeast Alaska GIS User Group

Wednesday, May 4th 2016, 12:00 – 1:00 pm

USFS PNW Forestry Sciences Laboratory Conference Room

A Geospatial Medical Chart for the Health of Alaska’s Forests

Tom Heutte, Regional Program Manager, USFS PNW Forestry Sciences Laboratory

Abstract: The US Forest Service’s Forest Health Protection program conducts annual aerial surveys to monitor and report on the health of America’s forests.  A mix of new (tablet-based data recorders) and old (vintage aircraft and human eyeballs) technologies are used.  Regional program manager Tom Heutte will present on methods used for data acquisition, data management, and what happens with all that data once it is collected. 

Icefields-to-Estuaries workshop

Thursday, May 5, 9:00-4:00, UAS Egan Lecture Hall

The purpose is to inform guides and interpreters of local research related to icefields, hydrology, estuaries, oceans, and the interconnectedness of these systems. 

Juneau Marine Naturalist Symposium

Friday, May 6, 8:30-12:00, (*1:30-3:00 will be an optional in-person WhaleSENSE training), UAS Egan Lecture Hall

As in previous years, this will be a symposium of talks on local marine research topics. Like last year, there will be an optional afternoon session for in-person WhaleSENSE training with Aleria Jensen. We expect that there will be lots of interesting information for Juneau-based tour guides at both of the events, regardless of where you focus your tours. 

For information on both of these events, please contact Suzie Teerlink at

Southeast Alaska Stream and Watershed Restoration Workshop 

May 9-13 in Craig

The workshop is being hosted by the Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition with funding support from the National Forest Foundation, USFWS and USFS. For more information, please visit the workshop website

ACRC Brown Bag Lecture Series - currently on hold

Please check back later in 2016 for updates.


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