Course on the Northwest Salmon Crisis (fwd)
rroth at u.washington.edu
Wed Sep 8 10:51:18 PDT 1999
COURSE OPEN TO ALL SENIORS AND GRADUATE STUDENTS
PbAf 500A Northwest Salmon Crisis: Values, Science, Politics & Policy
Friday 9:00-10:50 AM (10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/9, & 12/3 only)
This class can be taken by the quarter or for the whole year. It will have
5 sessions during the fall and spring and 3 duing the winter. There will
be a total of 13 speakers.
The principle speakers will be asked to lead a seminar for the first hour
and 20 minutes. The class will then meet for further discussion for the
last 20 minutes.
The plan is to start with history and science topics proceed to policy,
law and economics and finish with politics. The goal is give the audience
a useful and reasonably comprehensive overview of salmon in the Northwest.
The tentative speaker and topics for the fall are:
1. OCTOBER 8: Bob Francis, A SCIENCE OVERVIEW: BIO-PHYSICAL CONTEXT FOR
2.OCTOBER 15: HISTORY OF SALMON AND GVT POLICY IN THE NW-KEITH PETERSON
3.NOVEMBER 5: INSTITUTIIONAL OVERVIEW -- DAN HUPPERT
4. NOVEMBER 9: MODELLING AND THE NW DAMS--JAMES ANDERSON
5. DEC 3 : JIM LICHATOWICH, " THE DEPLETION AND RECOVERY OF PACIFIC
SALMON: A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE"
If interested, please contact Judy Chou at jchou at u.washington.edu or
616-1608 for an entry code.
Richard O. Zerbe Jr.
Professor of Public Affairs
Adjunct Professor of Law
Editor, Research in Law and Economics
UW, Seattle, 98195
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