Session 1M

Environmental Monitoring and Modeling: Atmosphere, Mountains, and Ocean

12:30 PM to 2:15 PM | Moderated by Andrea Ogston
Add to my favorites Tracking Alpine Treeline Change through Repeat Photography in Mount Rainier National Park
Presenter
  • Tristan O'mara, Senior, Environmental Science & Resource Management, Biology (General)
Mentors
  • Janneke Hille Ris Lambers, Biology
  • Ian Breckheimer, Biology

Add to my favorites Evaluating Video Documentation as a Method for Monitoring Ecosystem Change
Presenter
  • Malea Saul, Senior, Oceanography, Environmental Studies
Mentor
  • Miles Logsdon, Oceanography

Add to my favorites Monitoring of Subtidal Ecosystem and Bathymetric Changes by Shoreline Armoring Restoration Using Multibeam Sonar Technology 
Presenter
  • Julia June Jackson Wallace, Senior, Oceanography
Mentor
  • Miles Logsdon, Oceanography

Add to my favorites Observations of M2 Tidal Propagation and Decay along the West Coast of Spitsbergen: New Possibilities for Numerical Model Evaluation
Presenter
  • Eric Michael Keenan, Senior, Civil Engineering, Earth & Space Sciences (Physics) Mary Gates Scholar
Mentors
  • Tor Gammelsrød, Oceanography, University of Bergen
  • Ragnheid Skogseth, Geophysics, Oceanography, Polar Science Center, The University Centre in Svalbard

Add to my favorites The Normalization of Anomalous Southern Ocean Sea Surface Temperatures for Analysis of Severe Storm Systems
Presenters
  • Thomas Lamb, Junior, Atmospheric Sciences: Meteorology
  • Jonathan Chriest, Sophomore, Atmospheric Sciences: Climate, Atmospheric Sciences: Meteorology
  • Kallista Hutton Angeloff, Fifth Year, Atmospheric Sciences: Climate
Mentor
  • Dargan Frierson, Atmospheric Sciences

Add to my favorites Assessment of Detrital Remanent Magnetization Preserved in Glacial Lacustrine Sediment for High-Resolution Correlation of the Lacustrine Sediment Record throughout the Puget Lowland
Presenter
  • Regupathi (Regu) Angappan, Senior, Earth & Space Sciences (Physics) Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Terry Swanson, Earth & Space Sciences