PSI sponsoring wide range of sessions at SSEC


Five members of the Puget Sound Institute are leading sessions at the Salish Sea Ecosystem Conference to be held April 4-6, 2018 in Seattle. Session leaders play a critical role bringing together multiple abstract presenters or panelists around a specific theme. SSEC 2018 currently has 94 sessions planned.

Learn more about PSI-led sessions:

Strategic Recovery: Linking Science to Decision Making

Track: Ecosystem Management, Policy, & Protection
Led by: Nick Georgiadis, PSI Senior Research Scientist

Advances in the understanding of drivers of change and potential conservation actions for Pacific herring in the Salish Sea

Track: Species & Food Webs
Led by: Tessa Francis, PSI Research Scientist

Occurrence and impacts of Contaminants of Emerging Concern in the Salish Sea

Track: Fate, Transport, & Toxicity of Chemicals
Led by: Andy James, PSI Research Scientist

Microplastic pollution: a troubling, yet tractable, conservation priority in the Salish Sea

Track: Plastics
Co-Led by: Peter Ross and Joel Baker, PSI Director

Broadening the audience: Can ’Silicon Valley North’ change the way we think about Salish Sea recovery?

Track: Communication
Co-Led by: Robert Ewing and Jeff Rice, PSI Managing Editor