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REVISED Summer 2020 Internship Opportunities with NOAA Marine Mammal Laboratory

Summer Internship Opportunities at NOAA
(NOTE: this is a revised call for submissions with an extended deadline)
Conduct Research with Scientists at the Marine Mammal Laboratory
The Marine Mammal Laboratory of NOAA’s Alaska Fisheries Science Center (MML/AFSC) and the University of Washington’s School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences (SAFS) request applications for student summer internships. 

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Summer Course: ESRM 190

ESRM 190: Digital Earth
Dr. Monika Moskal lmmoskal@uw.edu
Dr. Meghan Halabisky halabisk@uw.edu
Webpage: https://sites.uw.edu/digitalearth/
Course Description
The Earth is undergoing an era of rapid change. Understanding how the Earth is changing and the impacts of these changes for life on Earth depends on systematically analyzing and interpreting evolving data, tools and theories that are highly interdisciplinary, yet need to be integrated into workflows capable of fostering understanding, knowledge and action. 

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*New* Class Summer 2020: ESRM 190 – Digital Earth (5 CR, NW, full-term)

Learn to harness geospatial technology and remote sensing to see the planet in a new light!
Tuesdays and Thursdays 12:10-2:20pm.
5 credits, full summer term
Course objectives: The Earth is undergoing an era of rapid change, understanding how the Earth is changing and the impacts of these changes for life on Earth depends on systematic analysis and interpretation of evolving data, tools and theories that are highly interdisciplinary. 

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Summer 2020 – UWB PHYS 101: Intro to Astronomy (5 credits, QSR/NW)

Stars, planets, solar system, and galaxies….
This SUM20, UW Bothell Physics is offering BPHYS 101, an introductory Astronomy class open to students looking for a course that checks all their boxes:

A QSR/NW (5 credits)
Non-mathematical
Conceptual in nature
Studies the planets, solar system, stars, and galaxies

B PHYS   101  INTRO ASTRONOMY
(NW,QSR)

       10373 A  5       MW     1115-145   LBA  003      Howard,Jay F               Open      5/  30
Full-term    

Flyer for more information: BPHYS 101 Introduction to Astronomy (2) 

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