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Spring 2017 GEOLOGY-ECOLOGY-ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE COLLOQUIUM SERIES

presented by

CSUS Depts. of Geology, Biological Sciences, and Environmental Studies,

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California Landscape Conservation Cooperative, and U.S. Geological Survey

TUESDAYS, 4:30 pm, Mariposa Hall 1001


Jan. 31   The Principles of Climate-Smart Conservation & How They Can Be used to Improve Natural Resource Outcomes

Kat Powelson (California Landscape Conservation Cooperative (CA LCC)


Feb 7      Case Studies:  How molecular biology toools can improve harmful algal bloom monitoring efforts

D. Tim Otten, founder of BEnd Genetics


Feb 14   TBD

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Feb. 21   Oil, Gas, and Groundwater:  history and the current management context

Dr. Kim Taylor, Program Officer, USGS California Water Science Center


Feb 28    Status of Flood Risk Reduction efforts in the Sacramento Region

Tim Washburn, SAFCA Director of Planning


Mar. 7     The isotopic evolution of a raindrop through th4e critical zone

                              Dr. Jasper Oshun, Assistant Professor, Geology Department, Humboldt State University


Mar. 14   TBD

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Mar. 21   Spring Break

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Mar. 28   TBD

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Apr. 4     TBD

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Apr. 11   TBD

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Apr. 18   TBD

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Apr. 25     TBD

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May 2      TBD

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Questions? Contact CSUS 916.278.6337 or USGS 916.278.3000