Dr. Guillaume Mauger, University of Washington – Bio
Dr. Guillaume Mauger is a research scientist at the UW Climate Impacts Group. Specializing in Climate Science, his work focuses on understanding and adapting to the impacts of climate change on flooding and stormwater in the Pacific Northwest. Guillaume has worked on projects that assess hydrologic changes across a variety of Northwest watersheds, worked to apply climate information in habitat connectivity planning and collaborated with floodplain managers to integrate climate change into their work. In addition to his research, Guillaume serves as a resource to stakeholders that are interested in obtaining and understanding the numerous climate and hydrologic projections that are now available.
Tanya Williams, Washington State Department of Ecology – Bio
Tanya Williams is a 6PPD/q planner at Washington State Department of Ecology. She is also an environmental scientist specializing in the Clean Air Act, air dispersion modeling, health risk assessments, environmental management systems, sustainability, environmental justice, and the National Environmental Policy Act. 20 years of experience providing regulatory compliance, environmental program development, project management, and environmental assessments for public and private industries.