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bathymetry survey Mendenhall Lake
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Tuesday, January 18, 2011

ENVS Seminar and 2 Tongass Job Openings

The ENVS Seminar is open to ENVS and GEOG-minded folks, students, alumni, etc.  The theme of the talks this semester revolve around science that is affected by climate change.  Class meets in HB105 12:00-1:00 on Wednesdays.  The talk on 1/19 is entitled "Microsites and Timberline Expansion" by Adelaide "Di" Johnson.  She is a PhD student at Portland State University and is a Hydrologist for the PNW Forestry Science Lab.  Discussion will focus around the five explanations of timberline featured in the following article.  Join us!

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Uploaded:Tue Jan 18 12:17:34 2011

The Tongass National Forest has a geologist position and a hydrogeologist position open.  (see attached job descriptions)

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Uploaded:Tue Jan 18 12:18:07 2011
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Uploaded:Tue Jan 18 12:18:18 2011

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