Hear from six CIG scientists at May 26 EarthLab Showcase

Interested in the work happening at the University of Washington and beyond to address climate change and other large-scale environmental challenges? The UW EarthLab All-Hands Showcase is your opportunity to attend virtual lightning talks from more than 20 professionals all working toward a healthier, more sustainable future. Six scientists from the Climate Impacts Group and the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center are among those presenting. The Showcase will take place Tuesday, May 26, 1–3 p.m., via the video-conferencing platform Zoom.


Tuesday, May 26, 1–3 p.m.




EarthLab brings together University of Washington expertise to address large-scale environmental challenges, making a positive impact on people’s lives and livelihoods. The Climate Impacts Group is one of many member organizations and affiliates of EarthLab.

Climate Impacts Group presenters include: 

Amy Snover, director, will discuss the work of Climate Impacts Group and the Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center;

Guillaume Mauger, research scientist, will discuss floodplain management in Washington state;

Harriet Morgan, researcher, will highlight an exciting, regional example of adaptation to sea level rise with the design of a coastal park;

Heidi Roop, lead scientist for science communication, will present work to create accessible, usable visualizations of sea level rise data;

Mary Ann Rozance, postdoctoral fellow, Northwest Climate Adaptation Science Center, will discuss the Center’s training programs for graduate students;

Meade Krosby, senior scientist, will discuss work to prepare for the impacts of climate change on biodiversity across Washington and British Columbia’s Cascade region.