April 2014
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Climate Action Goes to Washington (State): Energy Solutions in the Pacific Northwest Featuring Inslee, Graumlich, Schwartz and Shukovsky
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Communicating ocean acidification around the world: Stories & strategies of using narratives to communicate across barriers"
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ATMS 521: Businger on "The Inconvenient Truth about Vog"
Monster JAM Seminar: Smith on " Telling the ocean's stories through art"
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Paws-On Science: Husky Weekend
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OneNOAA Seminar: Climate Extremes: Understanding and Predicting High-Impact Conditions
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Graduate Student Seminar: Alex Lenferna
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Environmental Policy and Management Strategies for the 21st Century
Future of Ice Candidate Talk: David Sutherland
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ATMS 520: Braverman on "Probabilistic Climate Model Evaluation"
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Graduate Climate Conference Abstract Submission Opens
SEFS Seminar Series: Peterson on "Climate change adaptation in forest ecosystems: Principles and paradigm shifts"
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OneNOAA Seminar: Impacts of Climate Change on Marine Fisheries
[Future of Ice] Kyle Armour "New perspectives on the oceanís role in transient climate change"
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[Interdisciplinary Symposium] "Climate Change, Global Health, and the Inequalities of Risk.."
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[Chem Ocean] Sachs on "Little Ice Age Aridity in Palau..."
[Interdisciplinary Symposium] "Climate Change, Global Health, and the Inequalities of Risk.."
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Future of Ice Candidate Talk: Jarrod Santora
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OneNOAA Seminar: NOAA Climate.gov: An Audience-Focused Approach to Public Communication"
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Graduate Student Seminar: Jack Scheff
Future of Ice Candidate Talk: Grace Saba
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Monster JAM Seminar: Hartmann on "Human-Induced Climate Change and Projections for the Future"
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[Chem Ocean] Palevsky on "Rates and efficiency of the North Pacific biological pump"
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Future of Ice Candidate Talk: Andrew Thurber
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