Migration Patterns and Energy Use of Returning Adult Sockeye Salmon in the Copper River with Pete Rand and Kristen Gorman Click Here to Access Recording Passcode: LmW%r6Pc
Malaspina Glacier with Anna Thompson Click here to Access Recording Passcode: 2i@t^Gb0 Introduction to Ahtna Place Names Lecture by Marce Simeon, Native Village of Tazlina Click Here to Access Recording Part One: Geolinguistic Evidence of Ahtna/Dene Presence at High Water Levels of Glacial Lake Atna with Richard VanderHoek, Alaska State Archaeologist Click Here to Access Recording Part Two: Geolinguistic Evidence of Ahtna/Dene Presence at High-water Levels of Glacial Lake Atna with Jim Kari and Gerad Smith of University of Alaska Fairbanks. Click Here to Access Recording Password Passcode: E9Q^W#%@
WISE, in partnership with Prince William Sound Community College, Copper Country Alliance, and the Alyeska Pipeline Service Co., hosts a public science lecture series beginning in the fall of each year. Venues vary depending on lecture. Past lecturers have included professional storytellers, biologists, seismologists, and historians. WISE would like to thank our partners and sponsors for the science lecture series: US National Park Service, University of Alaska's Prince William Sound College, Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, and the Copper Country Alliance. With their support. WISE is able to continue to provide this informative and engaging service to the Copper River Basin.