2021 16th Annual Winter Lecture Series
All Lectures for 2021 will be held via Zoom as a precaution against the spread of the COVID-19 virus and out of concern for the health of attendees, volunteers, and the presenter. Join us online - the zoom link will be here on the website one week prior to each lecture (see link information below lecture list).
April 16, 2021
Deep Sea Volcanoes: A Fiber-optic Look at Eruptions, Hot Springs & Life Forms
~ Dr. Deborah Kelley, Professor, School of Oceanography, Univ. of WA
Live-streaming video from the worlds most advanced submarine observatory (off our own coast!) opens a window into one of the most extreme environments on Earth.
Zoom link to lecture: Click Here
Meeting ID: 894 4441 1462
Missed a Lecture? We have most of them recorded!
Hood Canal Bridge Ecosystem Impact Assessment: Impacts of a floating bridge on juvenile steelhead migration ~ Iris Kemp, Senior Project Manager at Long Live the Kings (LLTK)
Advancing Salmon Recovery in the PNW - Jacques White, Ph.D, Executive Director of Long Live the Kings
Cassie Cichorz - with WSDA; Asian giant hornet outreach and education specialist - talks about the Asian giant hornet and how they pose a serious threat to honey bee populations
See you online!
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