Events 2004-05

October 22: Lunch Seminar

"Tips for Students: Surviving and Succeeding in School and Beyond"

Anne Steinmann, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Director of the UW Center for Water and Watershed Studies

October 28: Washington Section AWRA annual conference at the Seattle Art Museum

"The Impact of Climate Change on Pacific Northwest Water Resources"

  • Student volunteers needed; volunteers get in for free!
  • Contact to sign up

  • November 5: Lunch Seminar

    "Hydrologic Regimes and the Conservation of Salmon Life History Diversity"

    Tim Beechie, Science Coordinator, Watershed Program, NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center

    November 13: Restoration tree planting in the Cedar River Watershed

  • May also include watershed tour
  • Contact to sign up

  • November 19: Lunch Seminar

    "A Summer of Learning: Water Resources Issues and Teaching Environmental Science in China"

    Fran Solomon, Senior Ecologist, King County Division of Land and Water Resources

    January 28: Lunch Seminar

    "(To be determined)"

    Scott Meschke, UW School of Public Health

    February 11: Lunch Seminar

    "The Cedar River Watershed: An Introduction"

    Joel Sisolak, Executive Director, Friends of the Cedar River Watershed

    March 4: Lunch Seminar

    "Water Supplies in Developing Countries: The West Africa Water Initiative as an Example"

    Braimah Apambire, WATSAN Team Leader, International Programs Group, World Vision