Natural Science Seminar Series
The Natural Science Seminar series is an informal, biweekly Friday presentation in Science, Room 147, from 4:00-5:00pm. Refreshments will be served prior to the seminar at 3:50 and a spirited discussion will followed each seminar. Be sure to join us.
The Natural Science Seminars are sponsored by the Department of Biological Sciences
Holly Pinkart, Department of Biological Sciences, CWU
Soap Lake: Insights into Extremophile Microbiology
Mark Roth, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and University of Washington School of Medicine
Metabolic Flexibility and Suspended Animation
Julie Lee-Yaw, Zoology Department, University of British Columbia and Washington State University
The Story of the Wood Frog in North America: Implications of Genetic Structure at Multiple Spatial Scales
Jennifer Lipton, Department of Geography and Land Studies, CWU
Adaptive Capacity, Resilience, and Vulnerability to Climate Change in the Peruvian Andes
Guided Nature Walk: “Lichens All Around Us,” Sunday, April 10, 3-4 pm, Yakima Canyon InterpretiGuided Nature Walk March 13, 3-4pm, Yakima Canyon Interpretive Center At Helen McCabe Park
Guided Nature Walk, March 13, 3-4 pm, Yakima Canyon Interpretive Center at Helen McCabe Park(cornerNatural Science Seminar, "Fracking Vaca Muerta: Socio-Economic Implications Of Shale Gas Extraction In Northern Patagonia"
This presentation explores hydraulic fracturing activities in the Vaca Muerta Shale deposit in nort