UAF Weekly Science Calendar, Sept. 16-20

Submitted by Center for Global Change
Phone: (907) 474-5818

09/16/02

UAF Weekly Science Calendar, September 16-20

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17

3:30 p.m. - 139 Irving II (NOTE DAY & LOCATION)
Institute of Marine Science Weekly Seminar
The Decline of Steller Sea Lions: Searching for the "Smoking Gun"
(or should that be "Smoked Pollock"?)

Russ Andrews, Alaska Sealife Center
For more information call ext. 5585 or 7289

3:30 p.m. - Geophysical Institute Auditorium (214 Elvey)
Chapman Lecture Series: Strategies and Methods
for Studying Large Climate Data Sets (ATM 693)
Topic: Linear Regression Analysis
John M. Wallace, Dept. of Atmospheric Science,
University of Washington
For more information see http://climate.gi.alaska.edu/wallace
or call ext. 2635

4 p.m. - 201 Natural Sciences
Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry
and Alaskan Basic Neurosciences Program Seminar
Pre-clinical Investigations of a New Treatment for Parkinson's Disease
Greg A. Gerhardt, University of Kentucky
For more information call ext. 7640

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

Through Saturday, at various locations:
53rd Arctic Science Conference
For information see http://arctic.aaas.org

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

1p.m. - 106 Chapman
Department of Mathematical Sciences Colloquium
Statistics Education and Practice: Perusing the Past,
Embracing the Present, and Charting the Future

Richard Scheaffer, U. Florida/Am. Statistical Association
For more information call ext. 7332

3:30 p.m. - 417 IARC (NOTE LOCATION)
Chapman Lecture Series: Strategies and Methods
for Studying Large Climate Data Sets (ATM 693)
Topic: Eigenvector Analysis
John M. Wallace, Dept. of Atmospheric Science,
University of Washington
For more information see http://climate.gi.alaska.edu/wallace
or call ext. 2635

3:45 p.m. - 201 Irving I
School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management
Modeling for Resource Management:
The Art of the Possible

Anthony M. Starfield, University of Minnesota
For more information call ext. 7188

7 - 9 p.m. - Globe Room, Geophysical Institute
Arctic Roundtable,
sponsored by the Arctic Institute of North America
(part of the 53rd Arctic Science Conference)
Evidence of Global Change and Our Response to It
Discussion will be led by panel members Terry Chapin, Henry Cole,
John Davies, Keith Echelmeyer, Hajo Eicken, and Vladimir Romanovsky
All interested persons are encouraged to attend.
For more information call ext. 7450

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20

Noon - 351C IARC (National Weather Svc Conf Room)
Sponsored by the National Weather Service
and the Geophysical Institute
Informal Synoptic Weather Briefing and Discussion (Also ATM693)
A weekly presentation by NWSFO-Fairbanks and
UAF/GI Personnel. Come and learn more about
Fairbanks' weather and get a weekend forecast.

3:30 p.m. - 201 Irving I (NOTE LOCATION)
Life Sciences Seminar Series
Molecular Diagnostics for Microbial Biochemical Function
Steve Rogers, CSIRO, Adelaide, Australia

For more information call ext. 7640

3:30 p.m. - 201 Natural Sciences
Department of Geology and Geophysics Seminar
Topic and speaker TBD
For more information call ext. 7565

4 p.m. - 300 Natural Sciences
Center for Nanosensor Technology and
Alaskan Basic Neurosciences Program Seminar
Ceramic-based Microarrays for In Vivo Recordings of
Glutamate and Other Neurotransmitters

Greg A. Gerhardt, University of Kentucky
For more information call ext. 7640