Speaker Series Program
Welcome to Natural Systems Design and Coastal Geologic Services + Coastal Geologic Services’ Speaker Series Program, where we feature experts who share their innovative work in ecological assessment and restoration around the world. Click the sign up button below to receive notifications regarding upcoming speakers.
SPEAKER SERIES – November 28th, 12-1 PM PST – “December 27th 2022 in Puget Sound: Why it Matters and What it Tells Us about Local Sea Level” | Ian Miller, Coastal Hazards Specialist, Olympic Peninsula
A skilled science communicator and media spokesperson, as well as a trained scientist, Dr. Ian Miller is Washington Sea Grant’s Coastal Hazards Specialist, working out of Peninsula
SPEAKER SERIES – Stream Conditions in Western Olympic Peninsula’s Second-Growth Forests after 25 Years of Passive Restoration | Kyle Martens, Fisheries Biologist, Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Kyle Martens is a Fish Biologist/Natural Resource Scientist with a decade of experience at the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR). He leads the
SPEAKER SERIES – Where does wood come from? Can oxygen isotopes and dendrochronology be used to identify the source location of LW?
Sáde Cromratie Clemons is a master’s student in the Geography Department at the University of Colorado Boulder. She studies trees’ environmental and physiological responses to the 2013
SPEAKER SERIES – Flume-Based Investigation on Meandering Bars with Organic Material as stabilization structures in Stream Simulation Culverts
Stream crossing (bridges, culverts, etc.) in the Pacific Northwest (PNW) are abundant due to thehigh level of development of the region. Culverts have long been