Nate Mantua, Ph.D.

Nate Mantua, Ph.D., Research Scientist, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Marine Fisheries Service – Southwest Fisheries Science Center


Nate Mantua is a climate scientist with research focused on climate dynamics, climate impacts on natural resources, and the use of climate information in resource management. Much of his work has focused on climate, marine life, and fisheries in the North Pacific Ocean and western North America, including understanding climate impacts on Pacific salmon ecology and salmon fisheries. Nate is a former Associate Professor at the School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences (2006-2012) and founding member and co-director of the Climate Impacts Group, University of Washington (1995-2012).

2024 Science Symposium Presentation

Monitoring to Science to Management: science-informed decision making to combat an aquatic parasite.

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