Northwest Fisheries Science Center

Monster Seminar JAM

Current Schedule (Web Accessible Version)

All seminars begin at 11:00 AM and are open to the public. For location and more information, click the seminar title.

January  4
Ten Principles from Evolutionary Ecology Essential for Effective Marine Conservation
Marc Mangel, Distinguished Research Professor, UC Santa Cruz

January 11
A dynamic model of fishing cruise duration
Keita Abe, Ph.D. candidate in Economics, University of Washington

January 18
Predicting fish populations under stressors: from quantitative genetics to spatial temporal models
Jin Gao, Ph.D., School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington and Northwest Fisheries Science Center

January 25
Transforming Career Development to Advance Diversity and Equity in STEM
Claire Horner-Devine, Co Director of BRAINS & LATTICE, University of Washington

February  1
February  8
The Quest for Policy Invariant Relationships: Going Beyond Statistics for Fishery Policy Evaluation
Matt Reimer, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Economics, University of Alaska Anchorage

February 15
Shared Socioeconomic Pathways: What Are They and How Can They Inform Ecosystem Management
Kristie Ebi, Ph.D., Professor of Global Health, and Environmental & Occupational Health Services, University of Washington

March  1
Valuing Nature: It's not all about the $$$
Katie Arkema, Ph.D., Lead Scientist, The Natural Capital Project

March  8
Use of Scenario Planning to Help Drive Management Decisions in the West Coast Region
Barry Thom, Regional Administrator, NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region

March  8
Meetings with Barry Thom (Monster seminar speaker)
Meetings with Barry Thom (Monster seminar speaker)