UAF researcher to discuss temperature impacts to Gulf of Alaska

Photo courtesy of Mike Litzow.
Mike Litzow beach seines for juvenile Pacific cod in Kodiak this winter.

A University of Alaska Fairbanks fisheries scientist will review how temperature affects the Gulf of Alaska ecosystem from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 4, on the Fairbanks campus.

Mike Litzow, a temporary research faculty member at the College of Fisheries and Ocean Sciences, will present the ninth talk in the 2018 Fisheries and Ocean Sciences Seminar Series sponsored by CFOS.

Litzow’s 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 at least 24 hours before the seminar.

The full spring seminar schedule can be found here.

Last updated: Mar 31, 2018