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How visualizing data on Cook Inlet wild resource harvests can improve oil spill planning and response

December 5, 5:30 pm6:00 pm

Davin Holen smiling

Alaska Sea Grant’s Davin Holen will summarize a project that integrated a socio-economic data layer called the Wild Resource Harvest and Use by Cook Inlet Communities into the Cook Inlet Response Tool (CIRT) and discuss how similar information could be used in other communities impacted by oil, gas, and other natural resource and industrial activities.

This talk is part of the Prince William Sound Regional Citizens’ Advisory Council’s Science Night 2019, looking at the latest research that affects the safe transportation of oil through Prince William Sound. For more information, visit the Science Night 2019 website.

For those unable to attend in person, Science Night 2019 will be broadcast via Zoom videoconference. For more information about using Zoom, visit the Zoom Help Center.

Presentations will be posted to the PWSRCAC YouTube channel for those unable to attend or watch live.

Organizer

Davin Holen
Phone:
907-274-9697
Email:
dlholen@alaska.edu

Venue

Embassy Suites Hotel Anchorage
600 E. Benson Blvd
Anchorage, AK United States
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