WORKSHOPS


Coping with Change Through Innovation: New Approaches, Tools, & Collaborations

The Evergreen State College, Olympia, Washington - March 27-30, 2018


Crustose Lichens on Coniferous Bark in the Pacific Northwest 

& mini-foray

presented by Northwest Lichenologists


New Tools for Science in the 21st Century Northwest

Come see demonstrations of new field science technology, including demonstrations of LiDAR technology, drones, plant science, root cameras, and high-throughput phenotyping technology. A mix of presenters representing vendors, non-government organizations (NGOs), and academic labs will demonstrate their specialized, new cutting-edge technology. This is an interactive session so come prepared to ask questions about these tools and view activities.

Organizer: Dylan Fischer, fisher.nwscience@gmail.com


Applications in R programming for Ecology and Natural Resources

R statistical software is a free tool that is widely-used for research in ecology, natural resources, and other scientific fields. Through guided introductions we’ll explore topics in data presentation and tools for research and publication using R.  This workshop is for participants that have previously used R for analyses and can import data and install packages, but are looking to expand the use of R in their work. 

Organizer: Matt Brousil, mbrousil@gmail.com


      

 

                                                                                       

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