Due to the COVID-19 outbreak in Pacific Northwest, and in the interest of protecting public health and safety, the NWSA Board cancelled the in-person 2020 Annual Meeting in Eugene, March 24-27th.
If you have registered for the meeting, registration payments will be refunded in total, via the payment method used.
Virtual meeting options are currently being considered, including digital versions of posters, and the possibility of an online webinar for oral presentations on the meeting dates. We plan to produce a program of abstracts.
Please check back for updated information.
Join us for the NORTHWEST SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION 91st ANNUAL MEETING
at the University of Oregon, Eugene OR, March 24–27, 2020
“Looking back to plan forward: The relevance of history for today's environmental challenges”
NORTHWEST SCIENTIFIC ASSOCIATION 91st ANNUAL MEETING
University of Oregon, Eugene OR, March 24–27, 2020
Keynote Address by Dr. Patrick Bartlein, University of Oregon
“The Real Controls of the Temporal and Spatial Variations of Climate in the Pacific Northwest"
Banquet Presentation by Dr. Dennis Jenkins
“Archaeology and Science at the Paisley Caves”
Museum of Natural and Cultural History
The museum will be free to all meeting attendees, followed by banquet (note there will be a limited capacity of 60 people for the banquet).
|Managing for First Foods: Returning Human Adapted Ecosystems to the Northwest||Introduction to Manipulating and Visualizing Data in R|
|Climate Change and Seed Sourcing||Bryophyte and Lichen Identification|
|General Topics for Contributed Papers/Posters|
|Anthropology & Archaeology||Forestry||Plant Ecology|
|Botany||Geology & Geomorphology||Range Management|
|Climatology & Meterology||Hydrology||Restoration Ecology|
|Ecology||Lichenology & Bryology||Wildlife Biology|
|Fire Ecology||Natural Resources||other|
Click here to submit an abstract
Deadline for abstract submission is March 2. Meeting registration is open.
Questions: Contact program chair Daniel Gavin (Department of Geography, University of Oregon)
Click on the flyer below to view the .pdf version: