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Upcoming Lecture: Weather and Atmospheric Research

FEB. 14, 2022 — In this month’s lecture in the OR&R lecture series, You Don't Know What You Don't Know, we have the pleasure of diving into the world of climatology, as we listen to Dr. Nick Bond discuss the impacts that climate change has in the Pacific Northwest and the associated hazards that threaten coastal marine ecosystems and coastal communities.

A rocky shoreline area.

Dr. Bond is a climatologist for the state of Washington, and is a principal research scientist with the Cooperative Institute for Climate, Ocean, and Ecosystem Studies (CICOES) at the University of Washington. He received his doctorate in atmospheric sciences from the University Washington, with his primary research interests concerned with the weather and climate of the Pacific Northwest, and the impacts that climate can have on the waters of the North Pacific from a marine ecosystem perspective.

We hope you'll join the lecture next Thursday, Feb. 17 at 3 p.m. ET.

When you tune in to the lecture, you’ll notice a new host! As lecture host LTJG Hayley Betker departs OR&R for NOAA Corps flight school and begins her career on the aviation operations side of NOAA, we welcome a new addition to the lecture team, ENS Kyle Vincent. Kyle has just completed his first sea tour working on fisheries surveys in the Northeast, and is excited to join OR&R and the You Don’t Know lecture team.

For further information, contact Kyle.Vincent@noaa.gov.

Last updated Friday, February 18, 2022 10:33am PST