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Faces of Adaptation: Sean Finn

Sean Finn lives in Boise, Idaho and is a Science Coordinator in the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Science Applications Program. Sean’s work mostly involves infusing science into conservation decision-making across large landscapes. 

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Faces of Adaptation: Davia Palmeri

Davia Palmeri is the Conservation Policy Coordinator for the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW), representing the agency on the NW CASC Stakeholder Advisory Committee. In her role at ODFW, she helps the Department prepare for and respond to crosscutting conservation issues between its fish and wildlife divisions, including climate change, renewable energy development and conservation funding. 

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Faces of Adaptation: Meet Ronda Strauch

Ronda Strauch is the Climate Change Research and Adaptation Advisor at Seattle City Light. Ronda recently obtained her PhD from the University of Washington in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, specializing in landslide and hydrologic modeling. 

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Upcoming Crosscut Panel Event with NW CASC University Director Amy Snover

The Rising: Facing the Existential Threat of Climate Upheaval
On Thursday, October 24th, Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center University Director Amy Snover will join other climate scientists, tribal representatives and journalists in discussing climate change and adaptation in the Northwest during a Crosscut Talks event on The Rising: Facing the Existential Threat of Climate Upheaval. 

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