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Beth Filar Williams "Every Job Must Be a Climate Job" Strategic Partner Forum 4/22-4/23

Beth Filar Williams "Every Job Must Be a Climate Job" Strategic Partner Forum 4/22-4/23

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Columbia River Basin: How Would Ending Fishing and Closing Hatcheries Change Wild Salmon and Steelhead Abundance?

Seminar presented by Dr. Robert T. Lackey, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Sciences, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon at the Pacific Salmon Commission, Vancouver, BC,…

From  Robert Lackey 596 plays

UVic Talks: Andrew MacDougall & Maksim DeSisto: “Adding terrestrial nitrogen and phosphorus cycles to UVic”

Zoom Recording ID: 96850291582 UUID: jtaw7CjdQBe+rOgVWDcZ+g== Meeting Time: 2021-08-26T18:05:48Z

From  Andreas Schmittner 12 plays

ATS 201 Review 3

From  Andreas Schmittner 153 plays

ATS 201 Review 2

From  Andreas Schmittner 159 plays

ATS 201 Review 1

Zoom Recording ID: 96317471307 UUID: k2Hc4ppOS2C/vobK29GDmA== Meeting Time: 2021-04-20T22:09:27Z

From  Andreas Schmittner 162 plays

Paleoclimate: Last 2,000 years; Holocene

Lecture in climate science class on how we reconstruct climate changes in the past and how global climate changed during the last 10,000 years.

From  Andreas Schmittner 399 plays

Observations: Ocean & Carbon

Lecture on climate observations from the ocean and atmospheric carbon dioxide.

From  Andreas Schmittner 278 plays

Observations: Atmosphere & Cryosphere

Lecture on climate observations from the atmosphere and cryosphere.

From  Andreas Schmittner 449 plays

Introduction

Introduction to climate science class.

From  Andreas Schmittner 174 plays

CEOAS Distinguished Visiting Lecture: Dr. Gavin Schmidt

Adventures in Climate ScienceOctober 18, 2019 Dr. Gavin Schmidt (@ClimateOfGavin) is the Director of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) and is a fellow of the American Geophysical…

From  Ernest Colantonio 48 plays

World Scientists' Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice

Distinguished Professor Bill Ripple speaks to Corvallis City Club, Feb. 13, 2018 Bill Ripple is the director of ERSAL | Forest Engineering, Resources &…

From  William Ripple 148 plays

A Call to Life: Variations on a Theme of Extinction

A powerful call to action on global warming and mass extinction, "A Call to Life" is a collaboration between concert pianist, Rachelle McCabe, and writer/philosopher, Kathleen Dean Moore.…

From  Eric Gleske 983 plays

TRAILER - A Call to Life: Variations on a Theme of Extinction

A powerful call to action on global warming and mass extinction, "A Call to Life" is a collaboration between concert pianist, Rachelle McCabe, and writer/philosopher, Kathleen Dean Moore.…

From  Eric Gleske 463 plays

Use — and Abuse — of Science in Water Resource Policy and Management

Dr. Robert T. Lackey, professor of fisheries, Oregon State University, presents a webinar for the American Water Resources Association, May 4, 2016.

From  Robert Lackey 1,978 plays

Tracing Arctic Climate Evolution: From a forested arctic to the present

In this Distinguished Visiting Lecture, Professor Julie Brigham-Grette discusses how data are now being used to assess the climate evolution of the Arctic since a time when the arctic borderlands…

From  Ernest Colantonio 63 plays

Behind the Research Featuring Dr. Michael P. Nelson

The content presented in this episode primarily pertains to the research themes and interests of Dr. Michael P. Nelson's program. The material used in this episode is from a conversation…

From  Joseph Hulbert 79 plays

Willamette Water 2100 Webinar: Climate Change and Upland Forest Dynamics in the Willamette River Basin

Presented by: Dr. David Turner, OSU Forest Ecosystems and Society November 5, 2014, Kidder Hall, OSU -- Abstract: As the potential magnitude of anthropogenically-driven climate change becomes…

From  Maria Wright 79 plays

Inspiration Dissemination Featuring Jeremy Hoffman (9-22-13)

Inspiration Dissemination is a radio program on 88.7fm KBVR, Corvallis hosted by two Oregon State University graduate students. This episode features Jeremy Hoffman, a phD student in the College of…

From  Joseph Hulbert 22 plays

Climate Slalom and the Ski Industry

On January 18th, the Horning Endowment for the Humanities sponsored the "Alpine Environments and the Changing Climate Symposium" on the Oregon State University campus. Four researchers,…

From  Robert Peckyno 31 plays

Jennifer Burney Food For Thought Q&A

Part 2 of 2 - Q&A after Food's Footprint: Agriculture and Climate Change. Recorded Feb 23, 2011. Jennifer Burney, a President's Postdoctoral Fellow at the Scripps Institution of…

From  Eric Gleske 262 plays

Kathleen Dean Moore, "Moral Ground"

Mary DeMocker interviews Kathleen Dean Moore, Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Oregon State University and co-editor of "Moral Ground: Ethical Action for a Planet in Peril"

From  Eric Gleske 175 plays

Travis Roth

From  cof_fmc@oregonstate.edu FMC 10 plays

Meghan Dalton

From  cof_fmc@oregonstate.edu FMC 36 plays

Mark Harmon

2012 Climate Change Workshop, OSU College of Forestry.

From  cof_fmc@oregonstate.edu FMC 15 plays

Biocomplexity Engineering

Analysis and Modeling of Natural and Human Systems. Matteo Convertino, PhD

From  cof_fmc@oregonstate.edu FMC 29 plays

Luke Pangle, Seasonal Rainfall

"Seasonal rainfall and an ecohydrological feedback offset the potential hydrological impact of climate warming in a Mediterranean ecosystem." From the 2012 Initiatives and Insights:…

From  cof_fmc@oregonstate.edu FMC 28 plays

Thinking Like a Mountain

Aldo Leoopold, Land Health and Resilience. Mike Jones, Resilience Alliance Practitioner. 'Resilience' has become the buzz-word du jour but what does it mean for human society and the…

From  cof_fmc@oregonstate.edu FMC 417 plays

Broader Coastal and Ocean Effects

Oregon Climate Change (4 of 5)

From  Pat Kight 42 plays

Food For Thought Mark Lynas Bottom Line

Mark Lynas outlines his presentation, "The God Species: How the planet can survive the age of humans"

From  Eric Gleske 109 plays

Food For Thought Mark Lynas Questions

Mark Lynas responds to audience question after presenting "The God Species: How the planet can survive the age of humans"

From  Eric Gleske 53 plays

Food For Thought Mark Lynas "The God Species" Lecture

Lecture: "The God Species: How the planet can survive the age of humans." Author Mark Lynas discusses the nine planetary boundaries, including climate change, that humans are threatening to…

From  Eric Gleske 923 plays