5th Annual Pacific Northwest
Climate Science Conference

September 9-10, 2014

Presenter Information

The Pacific Northwest (PNW) Climate Science Conference attracts a wide range of participants, including policy-makers, resource managers, scientists, and students from academia, public agencies, sovereign tribal nations, non-governmental organizations, and the private sector.

Presentations that are clear, concise, and understandable to the conference’s diverse audience are central to the success of the conference and, ultimately, central to successful integration of climate research into decision making.

Presenter guidelines have been developed to help your work have the most impact with the conference’s wide-ranging audience. Presenters are asked to prepare presentations with these guidelines in mind.

Other logistics (oral talks):

  • We will be using PCs for the conference. If you are preparing your presentation on a Mac, please test your presentation on a PC (if possible) in advance to make sure there are no formatting problems. Please save the presentation as a PDF as a backup.
  • All talks must be loaded on room computers prior to the start of your session. Please bring your talk on a thumb drive to your session room before the start of the conference on the day you are presenting (preferred) or during a break. We will have staff in each room to load the talk.

If you are organizing a special session, please share this with your session presenters.


Twitter: #PNWCSC14
See information about past conferences here: 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010.

Questions? Contact Lara Whitely Binder, Climate Impacts Group, lwb123@uw.edu