Seminar on Ocean Management
Oregon State University is vetting candidates for the position of assistant professor of Ocean Ecology in the Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences department, and in the process giving the public a peek at emerging scientists. Candidates demonstrate their abilities by delivering seminars on their research, and these are online and open to the public. On Monday Aug. 30, 9 a.m., one such candidate, Danielle Haulsee, will provide a seminar on “Dynamic Ocean management: Using Technology to Capture the Complexities of Spatial Ecology for Marine Conservation and Management.”
Dr. Haulsee is a post-doctoral fellow at Stanford University’s Hopkins Marine Station, currently leading a research project on Costa Rican billfish. Her PhD in Oceanography is from the University of Delaware.
To sit in on the seminar, go here.
Meeting ID: 967 3720 4890