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The Roles of Humans in Alaskan Marine Food Webs

The Roles of Humans in Alaskan Marine Food Webs






On October 20, Professor Jennifer A. Dunne of the Santa Fe Institute presented a summary of the complex food webs of Sanak Island. Dunne and her colleagues have compiled the most detailed marine species food web to date. Their data demonstrates the great influence the Aleut natives of Sanak Island had on the island.

 
 

Working Memory and Education

Working Memory and Education






On Thursday, October 18, an expert psychologist, Tracy Alloway, presented at Dartmouth College on the importance of working memory in education. Her work has addressed the shortcomings of previous methods used to diagnose learning disabilities.

 
 

Cyber Stalking: Looking Through a Different Lens

Cyber Stalking: Looking Through a Different Lens






On Thursday, October 25th, Kelley Misata examined the human aspects of technology in her presentation, “Looking Through a Different Lens.” Misata associates cybersecurity with an iceberg, which exposes only a small part of its surface while the rest remains submerged and hidden.

 
 
 
 
 

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