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Oregon Water Science Center

Spring 2005 Seminar Series Schedule

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Seminars are usually held on Tuesdays from noon to 1 pm. The seminars are informal and are open to the public. Bring your lunch. The USGS Oregon Water Science Center office is located in Portland at 10615 SE Cherry Blossom Drive. Directions to the USGS office are posted here.

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The USGS Portland Seminar Series has an online mailing list. If you would like to be notified of upcoming seminars via email, then you should sign up! The list also will be used to notify its members of seminar cancellations or other schedule changes.

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Note: The following schedule is subject to change. Please check this page or call 503-251-3200 prior to attending a seminar.

29 March 2005
Noon to 1 pm

Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of Streams -- Is it all Hype?

W. Andrew Marcus

Professor, Department of Geography
University of Oregon
Eugene, OR

5 April 2005
Noon to 1 pm

Effects of Nutrients on Agricultural Streams

Mark D. Munn

Stream Ecologist
U.S. Geological Survey
Tacoma, WA

12 April 2005

-- No Seminar --

18 April 2005

Noon to 1 pm

Mercury Contamination of the Environment: A Wide-Spread Problem with an Uncertain Future

David Krabbenhoft

Research Hydrologist
U.S. Geological Survey
Middleton, WI
(speaking as part of the USGS 2005 Research Lecture Series)

26 April 2005
Noon to 1 pm

An Overview of NWS Portland and Services Provided in Partnership with the USGS

Andy Bryant

Senior Service Hydrologist
NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Portland, OR

Tyree Wilde

Warning Coordination Meteorologist
NOAA/NWS Weather Forecast Office, Portland, OR

3 May 2005
Noon to 1 pm

From Field to River: The Fate of Agricultural Pesticides in Washington's Yakima Valley

Hank Johnson

U.S. Geological Survey
Portland, OR

10 May 2005
Noon to 1 pm

Assessment of Aquatic Biological Communities Along a Gradient of Urbanization in the Willamette Valley Ecoregion, Oregon and Washington

Ian Waite

U.S. Geological Survey
Portland, OR

18 May 2005

Noon to 1 pm

Pharmaceuticals and Other Emerging Contaminants in US Water Resources: Methods, Results, and a Developing National Perspective

Ed Furlong

Research Chemist
USGS National Water Quality Laboratory
Lakewood, CO

20 May 2005

Noon to 1 pm

The Holocene Stratigraphy of the Sandy River Delta

Elizabeth Rapp

Graduate Student
Portland State University
Portland, OR

24 May 2005
Noon to 1 pm

Modeling the Source Apportionment of Volatile Organic Compounds in Streams

Bill Asher

Senior Oceanographer, Applied Physics Laboratory
University of Washington, Seattle, WA
Research Scientist, Dept of Environmental & Biomolecular Systems
OGI School of Science and Engineering, OHSU, Portland, OR


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