Weekly science calendar

Submitted by Center for Global Change
Phone: 474-5818

02/11/05

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 14

1:30 p.m. - Elvey Auditorium, 214 Elvey Building
Department of Geology and Geophysics Thesis Defense
Volcano Seismology from Around the World: Case Studies from Mount Pinatubo (Philippines), Galeras (Colombia), Mount Wrangell, and Mount Veniaminof (Alaska)
John J. Sánchez, Ph.D. Geophysics Candidate
Information: 474-7565

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15

1-2 p.m. - 201 Irving I
BioBites--Biology and Wildlife Graduate Student Association Seminar
McKay's Bunting: The Highest Latitude Endemic Songbird
James Maley, graduate student, UA Museum
Information: Hayley Lanier

3:40 p.m. - Elvey Auditorium, 214 Elvey Building
Special Lecture Series sponsored by the Chapman Chair
The Physical Environment of the Polar Oceans, with Emphasis on the Arctic: Lecture 1 of 8
Ed Carmack, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney, BC
Information: Norbert Untersteiner

4 p.m. - 202 Natural Sciences Facility
Chemistry Seminar
Circadian Clocks, Clock Networks, Arylalkylamine N-acetyltransferase and Melatonin in the Retina
Gianluca Tosini, Neuroscience Institute, Morehouse School of Medicine, Atlanta, GA
Information: Lawrence Duffy, 474-7525

7 p.m. - Westmark Gold Room, 813 Noble St. downtown
2005 Science for Alaska Lecture Series
Kings of the Arctic: Polar Bears in Alaska
Scott Schliebe, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service
Information: 474-7942 or http://www.scienceforalaska.com

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16

1:30 p.m. - 401 IARC
Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar
Atmospheric Bromine and Mercury Deposition
Bill Simpson, GI Atmospheric Sciences and Department of Chemistry, UAF
Information: 474-7910 or Nicole Molders

3:30 p.m. - 138 Irving II
Institute of Marine Science Weekly Seminar
How Big of a Difference is Large? A Look at More Informative Alternatives to Null Hypothesis Testing in Research
Arny Blanchard, Graduate Program in Marine Sciences and Limnology, SFOS, UAF
Information: 474-6332 or B. Bluhm

7 p.m. - 201 Natural Sciences Facility
Alaska Energy Seminar
How Can Alaskans Make the Best Gas Pipeline Choice?
Doug Reynolds, School of Management, UAF, and Arthur Mason, Department of Energy and Resources, UC Berkeley
Information: 474-7201 or Richard Seifert

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17

3:40 p.m. - Elvey Auditorium, 214 Elvey Building
Special Lecture Series sponsored by the Chapman Chair
The Physical Environment of the Polar Oceans, with Emphasis on the Arctic: Lecture 2 of 8
Ed Carmack, Institute of Ocean Sciences, Sidney, BC
Information: Norbert Untersteiner

7-9 p.m. - Elvey Auditorium, 214 Elvey Building
Museum Lecture, sponsored by the University of Alaska Museum of the North
Global Change in Alaska
Glenn Juday, Department of Forest Sciences, UAF
Information: 474-7505 or http://www.uaf.edu/museum

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18

3:30 p.m. - Elvey Auditorium, 214 Elvey Building
Life Sciences Seminar Series, sponsored by the Institute of Arctic Biology and the Department of Biology & Wildlife
Boreal Forest Management and Science: Meeting Short-term and Long-term Societal Needs
Tom Paragi, Alaska Department of Fish and Game
Information: 474-7640

3:30 p.m. - 201 Natural Sciences Facility
Department of Geology and Geophysics Seminar
Cretaceous Dinosaurs of Alaska and the Origins of Beringia
Tony Fiorillo, Dallas Museum of Natural History
Information: 474-7565

3:45 p.m. - Globe Room, 215 Elvey Building
Department of Physics Journal Club
Weekly informal presentation.
Information: http://ffden-2.phys.uaf.edu/journal_club.htm or 474-7339