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Spring Quarter 2002

Date
Speaker
Topic

Apr 2

Ed Sarachik, CSES

Monthly Climate Report: Current Climate Conditions

 

Amy Snover & Nate Mantua, CIG

A Discussion of CIG's Integrated Assessment, Past and Future (Part I)
Abstract / Kaje diagram

 

Apr 9

Richard Slaughter & Don Reading, CIG

Institutional Effects in Climate Change Adaptation: Three Case Studies of Water/Hydro Institutions and Market Interaction
Abstract / Presentation

 

Apr 16

Rick Palmer & Margaret Hahn, CIG

The Impacts of Climate Change on Portland's Water Supply: An investigation of potential hydrologic and management impacts on the Bull Run system

 

Apr 23

John Rybczyk, Huxley College of Environmental Studies, Western Washington University

Predicting the Effect of Sea Level Rise on Coastal Wetland Sustainability: Field and modelling studies
Abstract / Presentation

 

Apr 30

Ed Miles, CIG

A Discussion of CIG's Integrated Assessment, Past and Future (Part II)

 

May 7

Ed Sarachik, CSES

Ed Maurer, UW Civil and Environmental Engineering

 

Monthly Climate Report

Hydrologic Predictability in the Mississippi River Basin

May 14

Vera Agostini, CIG

Biological Response to Climate: What are sardine and hake telling us?
Abstract / Presentation

 

May 21

Philip Mote, CIG

Trends in Northwest Climate Variables: What do they mean?

 

** SPECIAL TIME
& LOCATION **

WEDNESDAY May 29,
Fisheries Science Auditorium
(Room 102)

Edward A. Parson, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University

 

Can technology assessment drive adaptive environmental policy? Lessons from international protection of the ozone layer

 

Jun 4

Masters Thesis Presentations:

 

 

Lara Whitely Binder, CIG & UW Graduate School of Public Affairs

Tali Engoltz, CIG & UW School of Marine Affairs

Watershed Planning and Climate Change: Bringing a Global Scale Issue to the Local Level (LWB)

Potential Impacts of Climate Variability and Change on Nutrient Loading and Associated Responses in South Puget Sound: An Ecological and Management Perspective (TE)

Jun 14
8 am - 5 pm,
at the Center for Urban Horticulture

CIG Annual Meeting

Summaries of sectoral research and ideas for integration

 

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