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Alaska Science Center Seminars

The USGS Alaska Science Center has a monthly seminar series at 9:00 am in the Leslie Holland-Bartels Conference Room, Glenn Olds Hall Building, 4210 University Drive, Anchorage. This series runs from October through May and highlights the multiple research programs that are taking place across all disciplines of the Alaska Science Center. A WebEx will be available for all talks for those who cannot make it in person.  For additional details or to be added to the electronic notification list, please contact Yvette Gillies at (907)786-7039 or email  Please visit our webpage for more information about research at the USGS Alaska Science Center.

Some of the information provided in these seminars is preliminary or provisional and is subject to revision. It is being provided to meet the need for timely best science. Some of the information has not received final approval by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and is provided on the condition that neither the USGS nor the U.S. Government shall be held liable for any damages resulting from the authorized or unauthorized use of the information.


Date Speaker Title
October 19 Brandt Meixell Effects of industrial and investigator disturbance on arctic-nesting geese
November 30
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Ann Gibbs, USGS Coastal Marine Geology Program USGS Shoreline Change Studies Along Alaska's Arctic Coast
December 12 Dan Esler Drawing Value from Long-Term Nearshore Marine Monitoring
January 23 Shad O'Neel Exploring the role of glaciers in the coastal Alaskan ecosystem: leveraging 50 years of observation at Wolverine Glacier
February 6 Jamey Jones Mountains and metals: Mineral resources within Alaska's vast and diverse geologic belts
March 8 Caroline Van Hemert and Sarah Schoen Algal toxin testing of seabirds and forage fish
April 10 Richard Lease Patterns, pulses, and periodicity of mountain building processes in Alaska
May 10 Heather Johnson Linking patterns of resource selection to demography in terrestrial large mammals

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