On Tuesday, February 18th at 7 pm, the UW’s Burke Museum will be hosting a series of brief (5 1/2 minute) presentations on Elwha Restoration science at the Neptune Theatre in the University District. The full program is available on the Burke Museum event page; topics include pre-dam archaeology, salmon colonization, fluvial geomorphology, and marine change. Emily will be presenting on sediment transport across the subaqueous delta.
This is offered in conjunction with an ongoing exhibit (Elwha: A River Reborn) at the Burke Museum, which runs through March 9th.
Tickets are $5 at the door.
Should be a fun event!
P.S. Love the UW newsletter photo of Aaron and Wenhua collecting mud! Short Takes Offers the Perfect Nerd-to-Speed Ratio