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Interaction of Climate and Human-driven Changes in Pacific Northwest Estuaries: Perspectives From Seagrass and Macroalgae
Young Scientist Webinar Series

The Cape Perpetua Collaborative is hosting a Young Scientist Webinar Series featuring graduate students and postdocs sharing their ocean research. This series will take place October – April on the second Tuesday of the Month at 5:30pm.

October 13 at 5:30pm - Presenting Caitlin Magel, PhD student at Oregon State University

Seagrass and macroalgae provide many important services to coastal communities. Located in estuaries along the coast, these vegetated habitats are vulnerable to both ocean- and land-based stressors. This talk will investigate the importance of various environmental drivers using 15 years of seagrass surveys within and among four Pacific Northwest estuaries. Perspectives on the long-term persistence of these habitats and implications for estuary resilience will be explored.

Oct 13, 2020 05:30 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

(Photo by Toni Greaves) COOS BAY, OREGON – May 20, 2019: Caitlin Magel spends the early morning monitoring an eelgrass bed at South Slough National Estuarine Reserve near Coos Bay, Oregon.
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