Young Sablefish Surviving Winter Despite Marine Heatwaves
Marine heatwaves in the Gulf of Alaska have led to lower growth, body condition, and survival for many fish species, but young sablefish (blackcod) have thrived. Juvenile sablefish can grow very quickly in these warmer temperatures, as long as they have access to high quality food.
SMEA May Faculty Meeting
The School of Marine & Environmental Affairs will hold its next faculty meeting on Thursday, May 6, 12:00 – 12:55 pm.
Willingness to help climate migrants: A survey experiment in the Korail slum of Dhaka, Bangladesh
School of Marine & Environmental Affairs (SMEA) Professor and Director Nives Dolšak, University of Washington (UW) Political Science Doctoral Student Rachel Castellano, and UW Director of the Center for Environmental Politics Aseem Prakash recently wrote an article published on PLOS ONE titled “Willingness to help climate migrants: A survey experiment in the Korail slum of Dhaka, Bangladesh.”
Bangladesh faces a severe rural to urban migration challenge, which is accentuated by climate change and the Rohingya crisis.