Wednesday, October 9th

CNRS Centennial Lecture Series: Daniel Schindler

Time: 7:00 pm-9:00 pm

Description:

Sockeye salmon expert Daniel Schindler, professor of aquatic and fishery sciences, University of Washington, will examine the ongoing environmental conflict pitting fish versus mineral exploration in Alaska’s Bristol Bay watershed in a lecture at Humboldt State University sponsored by the Department of Fisheries Biology.

Schindler will deliver his presentation, “Science and Advocacy in Environmental Conflicts: a Case Study of the Proposed Pebble Mine and the World’s Greatest Salmon Fishery,” on Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. in the Native Forum, room 162, adjoining HSU’s Behavioral and Social Sciences Building.
The talk marks the inauguration of the Michael G. Scott Distinguished Lecture Series, named after the late HSU fisheries biology alum (‘75) who was a fish biologist in Alaska and a U.S. Forest Service ranger. His father, Cuthbert Scott, established a large endowment in his son’s name to support a long-term distinguished lecture series in fisheries.

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Location:

Native American Forum

Contact:

David Hankin
dgh1@humboldt.edu

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