Oceanographer will discuss trace metals research program

<i>Photo courtesy of Ana Aguilar-Islas</i><br /> Ana Aguilar-Islas stands at the North Pole during the 2015 Arctic Geotraces cruise.
Photo courtesy of Ana Aguilar-Islas
Ana Aguilar-Islas stands at the North Pole during the 2015 Arctic Geotraces cruise.

A University of Alaska Fairbanks oceanographer will discuss her participation in the international Geotraces program, which focuses on measuring and better understanding the cycling of trace elements, from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 21, on the Fairbanks campus.

College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences professor Ana Aguilar-Islas will present the fourth talk in the 2018 Fisheries and Ocean Sciences Seminar Series, sponsored by CFOS.

Aguilar-Islas’ presentation in Fairbanks will be in 201 O’Neill Building. Streaming is available in Juneau at 101 Lena Point Fisheries Facility.

To participate via Pexip, a web-based meeting platform, contact Christina Sutton at clsutton3@alaska.edu or 907-474-5840.

The full spring seminar schedule can be found here.

Last updated: Feb 20, 2018