Ben Jevons will be giving his MSES (Master of Science in Environmental Science) thesis defense entitled, “Assessing the trophic ecology of the giant Pacific octopus (Enteroctopus dofleini) throughout its Alaskan range using multi-tissue stable isotope analysis.” The presentation will be on Friday, December 6th at 12 pm in Carr-Gottstein 102.
Tom Day will be giving his MSES (Master of Science in Environmental Science) thesis defense entitled, “DETECTING CHANGES IN VEGETATION COMMUNITY STRUCTURE AND LAND SURFACE PHENOLOGY USING LANDSAT AND MODIS SATELLITE IMAGERY IN SOUTHCENTRAL ALASKA 1986-2016” The presentation will be on Thursday, December 5th at 1 pm in Carr-Gottstein 102.
Karli Tyance Hassel will be giving her MSES thesis defense entitled, “Merging Scientific and Traditional Ecological Knowledge: Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) Management in the English Bay Lakes System, Alaska” The presentation will be on Wednesday, November 27th at 1 pm in Carr-Gottstein 102.
Dr. Dee Barker is joining APU as Visiting Assistant Professor of Environmental Science. Dee has her graduate degrees in chemistry, with specializations in chemical education and biophysical chemistry, and her undergraduate degrees in chemistry and philosophy. She has extensive experience teaching and conducting research in higher education, including working as a faculty member at…
“Environmental ethics” may sound like a chance to eat chia seeds while wearing Birkenstocks, talking about your favorite tree (there certainly is a bit of hippy tree hugger in the soul of any environmental ethicists), but it is, in fact, an academic field of study that investigates the normative dimensions of environmental problems and problem-solving….