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While there are often opportunities to go deep in our respective fields, breakthroughs can come from unexpected connections and interdisciplinary discussions. The Salish Sea Science Roundtable is a virtual monthly seminar inspired by just that. Each month we’ll connect to share emerging science that’s shaping Salish Sea recovery and sustainable development, reconnect with colleagues in different fields, and enjoy thought-provoking discussions. We hope you’ll join us virtually the first Tuesday of each month from 12:30-1:30 pm PT and once a quarter in person for a happy hour.

Do you have a topic you want to learn more about or are you interested in sharing some of your organization’s new science? Email Marielle (marlars@uw.edu).

Have a great summer! We'll see you back on September 3

For the most up to date information on the roundtable topic and speakers, follow the shared calendar in:

  • Outlook
    1. Select File > Account Settings > Account Settings
    2. On the Internet Calendars tab, click New. Paste this Outlook-specific link, then click Add.
      • Note: If you open the link in a browser it will download a static version of the calendar that’s a snapshot in time and will not reflect the most up-to-date information. The Outlook-specific link you need to paste is: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/ical/c_d6a945d337f418bbd603f34d4701465ef8be2f72b39fa06f578abd92d330dc3b%40group.calendar.google.com/public/basic.ics
    3. Name the calendar Salish Sea Science Roundtable, then click OK.
  • Gmail by opening this link and selecting the + Google Calendar button in the bottom right corner

Check out the previous roundtables

  • Enhancing climate change planning & adaptive management in marine protected areas 06.04.2024  Slides | Paper
  • eDNA in the Salish Sea 05.07.2024 Slides 
  • Modeling to Strategically Manage Groundwater and Stream Flows 04.02.2024 Slides
  • The Science Behind Evidence-Based Hope and Strategies for Countering Climate Doomism 03.05.2024 Key resources
  • Cumulative Effects on Southern Resident Killer Whales and Contaminants of Emerging Concern 2.6.24 Slides | Follow-up Resources 
  • Update on the Salish Sea Marine Survival Project 12.5.2023 Slides
  • Emerging Salmon Science with Fisheries and Oceans Canada 11.7.2023 Chrys’ Slides | Tanya’s Slides
  • Climate-Ready Fisheries & Modeling 10.3.2023Slides | Overview | Paper