Session 1A

Searching for Sustainability: Human-Environment Interactions and Potential Management Strategies

1:00 PM to 2:30 PM | Moderated by Edward Miles
Add to my favorites Monitoring Strategies for Adaptive Management in Marine Spatial Planning
Presenter
  • Hannah Lorraine (Hannah) Linder, Senior, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences
Mentor
  • Miles Logsdon, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Add to my favorites Living with Wildlife: A Comparative Study of Human Attitudes and Actions Towards Wildlife in the San Juan Islands, Washington
Presenter
  • Tory Johnson, Senior, Environmental Studies
Mentor
  • P. Sean McDonald, Program on the Environment

Add to my favorites Increased Interactions with Fisheries? Return of the Short-tailed Albatross
Presenter
  • Anne (Annie) Johns, Senior, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences
Mentors
  • Julia Parrish, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences
  • Jane Dolliver, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences
  • Shannon Fitzgerald, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences, Alaska Fisheries Science Center NOAA

Add to my favorites Growth Rates and Toxicities of an Alexandrium Species as a Function of Temperature and Salinity: Implications for Projected Climate Change Scenarios
Presenter
  • Levi Rex (Leviticus) Hay, Senior, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences
Mentors
  • Stephanie Moore, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
  • Brian Bill, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
  • Russell Herwig, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Add to my favorites Will Pacific Salmon Still Be Here in 2100? Evolutionary Potential of Columbia River Chinook to Keep Pace With Climate Change
Presenter
  • Sheila Thomas, Senior, Biology (Ecology, Evolution & Conservation) Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Daniel Schindler, Aquatic & Fishery Sciences

Add to my favorites Analyzing Vessel Interactions and Federal Law Surrounding Southern Resident Killer Whales (Orcinus orca)
Presenter
  • Alexandra Ulmke, Senior, Environmental Studies Mary Gates Scholar
Mentor
  • Steve Herbert, Geography, Law, Societies, and Justice