For any Santa Cruz or Bay area residents out there, Rachel will be giving her dissertation defense talk next Monday, May 16th from 12:30 to 1:40 PM on the UCSC campus. She’ll be going over the results her research, conducted over the previous five years in and around Haines, Alaska, much of which was detailed here on the blog. She’ll discuss information on subsistence fisher’s needs and harvest practices, bear feeding behavior in relation to human activity, and eagle movement strategies throughout the north Pacific. Any of you that have been keeping up with the Ecology Alaska website and blog that a) are in the neighborhood and b) are interested in seeing how the fieldwork and progress detailed on the website translate into results and scientific output should consider coming by! The event is free and open to the public.
What: Dissertation defense talk, “End of the line: terrestrial salmon consumers and ecosystem-based fisheries management in the north Pacific”
When: Monday, May 16th, 2016, from 12:30 to 1:40 PM
Where: Room 221, Interdisciplinary Sciences Building, UCSC campus. If you need directions to the building, please click here.