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Taking the pulse of South Sound

October 23, 2014
8 AM - 4 PM
Followed by Poster Gala

Squaxin Island Tribes
Events Center
91 W State Route 108,
Shelton, WA 98582

Online registration
We will take walk-ins at the event, with the registration fee payable by credit card at the door. Early registration is $35 and ends Oct. 15th. Registration after Oct. 15th and at the door is $45.

Draft Program

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Scientists
Science Users
Educators

WHAT'S INCLUDED?
Presentations
Discussions
Poster Session

The Squaxin Island Tribes Event Center can be reached by bus service from Olympia or Shelton on Mason Transit’s Route 6. The Event Center is located at the Kamilche Transit stop and the bus can be caught from the Olympia Transit Center, other points west on the route or from the Shelton area.

For the current schedule please check: http://www.masontransit.org/tservices/route6_new.html

 


PURPOSE OF SYMPOSIUM:
Bring together scientists working in the South Puget Sound ecosystem, including the watershed that surround the marine waters. What have we learned? What does our science tell us? How can science inform decision making?

Poster Information

Abstract Submission Form
Call for Absracts (deadline extended until Sept 12)
Poster Guidleines

Symposium Contacts

For more information contact Mindy Roberts at MROB461@ecy.wa.gov, Stephanie Suter at stephanie.suter@psp.wa.gov, or Scott Steltzner at ssteltzner@squaxin.us.

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