Good afternoon AEG members and friends of AEG,
Some of you will remember Anne Shaffer from the 2010 fieldtrip. You might want to view the Elwha River aerial photography link and information to the 2012 Elwha River Science Symposium in the trailing emails. That is one impressive sediment plume at the mouth of the Elwha.
Hope everyone is enjoying summer,
8410 154th Avenue NE
Redmond, WA 98052
Here is the info for the upcoming elwha science conference please forward to the group?
Also, Tom Roorda’s site is www.RoordaAerial.com. Please forward also and be sure and check out the plume photos. Stunning. I’ll add you to our cwi info email list so you’ll get these posts somewhat regularly. Thanks again for a great tour.
Coastal Watershed Institute
Port Angeles, Washington 98362
"It’s life.For heaven’s sake-lean forward"
2012 Elwha River Science Symposium
REGISTRATION CLOSES FRIDAY, JULY 13, 2012.
The 2012 Elwha River Science Symposium organizing committee is pleased to announce that registration is open for the 2012 Elwha River Science Symposium. The multi-day 2012 Elwha River Science Symposium will be held August 20-24, 2012 in the Port Angeles, Washington region and will include a science conference, a field trip, and two public outreach events. Please find schedule, registration and abstract submittal information at the Symposium website:
Registration is required for two of the events: the Field Trip and the 2-day Science Conference. The 2-day Science Conference will be hosted by NatureBridge, and one registration option includes 2-nights of housing all all meals included at the NatureBridge campus. There are also two free public events that will be held at Peninsula College that do not require registration.
Registration closes on July 13, 2012, and we expect these events to sell out. Please register early!
Tell your friends and colleagues.
Jonathan A. Warrick, Ph.D.
U.S. Geological Survey
Pacific Coastal and Marine Science Center
Professional — http://walrus.wr.usgs.gov/staff/jwarrick/
Elwha River — http://www.usgs.gov/elwha