Coltrane (Copepod Life-history Traits and Adaptation to Novel Environments)

Copepod life history and lipid strategy in a changing Arctic — A new trait-based approach to data synthesis, modeling, and end-to-end integration US National Science Foundation, 2014–17 Lead investigator: Neil Banas; co-investigators: Julie Keister, Kristin Laidre, Jinlun Zhang (Univ of Washington), Carin Ashjian (Woods Hole), Robert Campbell (Univ of Rhode Island); collaborators: Torkel Nielsen, Thomas … Read more…

Northwest Coastal Stories: Turbulence and Uncertainty in Science and in Culture

Program on the Comparative History of Ideas (CHID), Oceanography, and Honors Program, 2004–2013 Course announcement: This course will follow Jonathan Raban’s remarkable travelogue Passage to Juneau on a tour through the human and natural history of the Pacific Northwest coastal waters. We’ll discuss chaos theory and the circulation of Puget Sound; coastal ecology and climate … Read more…

FISH 330: Climate Impacts on Marine Ecosystems (2013)

Course announcement: This course links the physics of climate to marine ecosystem processes, exploring both observed climate impacts from the past and projected impacts of human-caused climate change in the future. Case studies include a spectrum of organisms from plankton to whales, in polar, sub-arctic, temperate, tropical, and upwelling ecosystems. We will also discuss the … Read more…