Thursdays, 4:305:30 pm
6 January10 March 2011
School of Aquatic & Fishery Sciences
102 Fishery Sciences (auditorium)
1122 NE Boat Street (map)
University of Washington
Reception follows each talk
Funding for the Series is generously
provided by Tanya Bevan, friends of Don
Bevan, the UW School of Aquatic and
Fishery Sciences, and NOAA's Alaska
Fisheries Science Center and
Northwest Fisheries Science Center.
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Senior Scientist, NOAA Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory, Affiliate Professor in the School of Oceanography
Ocean Acidification: Global Warming's Evil Twin
Queen’s University (Kingston, Ontario), and Canada Research Chair in Environmental Change
Lessons Learned from Acidification in Freshwater Ecosystems
Oceans Director, Center for Biological Diversity
Curbing Carbon Pollution - Legal Solutions
Senior Scientist, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Do the Dollars Make Cents? Economic Impacts of Acidification on Fisheries
Director, Productive Oceans Partnership, a program of the Sustainable Fisheries Partnership
Souring Oceans, Dissolving Shellfish, and the Cure for Cowardly Lions
Can an Acerbic Congress Deal with Acidic Oceans?
Note Date Change
Professor, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, School of Marine and Tropical Biology, James Cook University, Australia
Behavioral and Ecological Consequences of Acidification on Fish
Professor, Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, UC Santa Barbara
Individual Responses to Acidifying Oceans: Migration, Acclimation, Adaptation, or Death
2 Mar (Wednesday), 4:30pm, 102 Fishery Sciences
Film Screening and Panel Discussion
A film screening of "A Sea Change", the movie on ocean acidification, followed by a panel discussion with the producer and the director Sven Huseby and Barbara Ettinger, together with Richard Feely, Jan Newton, Ed Miles, and Terrie Klinger.
Sven Huseby & Barbara Ettinger
Producer & Director, "A Sea Change"
Science, Media and Messaging
Professor, Integrative Animal Physiology, College of Life & Environmental Sciences, University of Exeter, UK
Can Fish Fight Back? Carbonate Production in an Acidic Ocean