Arquivos de periódicos de dezembro 2020

04 de dezembro de 2020

Join us tonight for free onine zoom talk by marine biologist, Jim Carlton!

Please join us for our first free online Lakeside Chat program this Fri 7-8 pm by zoom. Marine biologist Jim Carlton is going to talk about an enigmatic little invertebrate that is found only at the lake and was key to his figuring out marine invasions via ballast water. He'll also talk about his pathway to becoming a scientist. We are opening the room with "warm-up" activities at 6:45 pm to bring in and hopefully engage a wide audience including families. (Jim is an Oakland High graduate!)
Please register via eventbrite, tso that you can receive the Zoom link.

Title: An Unsolved Mystery: The Enigmatic Beach-Hopper of Lake Merritt
Fri, Dec 4, 2020 7:00 PM-8:00 PM 30 min talk + Q&A by Zoom
Event URL:https://lakemerritt-mystery_drjimcarlton.eventbrite.com

Best wishes,
Katie Noonan
Rotary Nature Center Friends

Publicado em 04 de dezembro de 2020, 01:41 PM por ktnoon ktnoon | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário

21 de dezembro de 2020

Lakeside Chat Recording - Dr. James Carlton - “An Unsolved San Francisco Bay Mystery: The Enigmatic Beach-Hopper of Lake Merritt”

Dr. Carlton's December 4th talk brought us up to date on ongoing scientific research into the origin of the little amphipod found only in the 340 acre tidal lagoon in the heart of urban Oakland, CA. It was fun and a great opportunity to talk with Jim.
If you missed the talk you can view it at https://youtu.be/LHZU24X3OWA.

Answers to questions in Chat can be found here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1m-dfU4C6WjDyyHgRMGmNUVuonzHImLfT/view?usp=sharing

Lakeside Chats are a monthly series of free online talks about a variety of topics related to Lake Merritt. They are sponsored by Rotary Nature Center Friends (https://sites.google.com/view/stem-at-lake-merritt/home). Please join us for future talks listed on our website.

Publicado em 21 de dezembro de 2020, 02:19 AM por ktnoon ktnoon | 0 comentários | Deixar um comentário