Check back in late summer 2001 for a list of speakers and titles for the 2001-2002 academic year
Olympia Seminar Series
The Washington Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit (WACFWRU) organizes and hosts monthly academic seminars in Olympia, in Cooperation with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. The primary purpose is to improve accessibility of agency biologists and administrators, based at the State capitol in Olympia, to natural resource research activities at the University of Washington (UW). Most speakers are UW faculty, research associates, and graduate students. On occasion speakers are affiliated with county, state, or federal agencies based in the Seattle area, and with Washington State University.
The series began in 1995. Seminars currently are presented on the second Wednesday of each month during the UW academic year (October through June), and normally are held in the Natural Resources Building at the State Capitol in Olympia. Seminar topics include all areas of natural resource management pertaining to the Pacific Northwest region.
At present the primary organizer is Dr. Glenn R. VanBlaricom (firstname.lastname@example.org), Assistant Unit Leader -Wildlife, WACFWRU. Dr. VanBlaricom welcomes suggestions for speakers at any time.
All seminars are 12:00 noon - 1:30 pm, monthly (second Wednesday), October through June.
The next and last seminar for this academic year is on June 13, 2001
The conservation of exploited
species in an uncertain world: Novel methods and the failure of traditional