What do we know and How do we know it?
Illustration by the awesome Ray Troll
Come listen to scientists discuss their approaches to studying California's iconic marine predator and the many new insights they've gleaned
- Chris Lowe, PhD - Professor, California State University Long Beach. Dr. Lowe works with acoustic and satellite telemetry techniques to study the movement, behavior
physiology of sharks, rays and gamefishes.
- Sal Jorgensen, PhD - Research
Scientist, Monterey Bay Aquarium. Dr. Jorgensen oversees basic research on migratory
patterns, feeding ecology and habitat use of adult great white sharks at the Farallon
Point Reyes and Año Nuevo Island.
- Barb Block, PhD -
Marine Station. Dr. Block’s research focuses on how large pelagic
fishes utilize the open ocean environment
centering upon understanding the evolution of
heat management strategies in tunas, billfishes, and sharks.
Tuesday, JANUARY 30, 2018
CSUMB WORLD THEATER - 5260 6th AVE, Seaside campus
Reception at 5:30 pm - Panel discussion at 6:00 pm. FREE!
EARLY ARRIVAL RECOMMENDED. University parking permit required - purchased via on-campus kiosks (Lot 28, Lot 59) or online at www.mycampuspermit.com/mbay.html
This Presentation is sponsored by The James W. Rote Distinguished Professorship in Marine Science & Policy and CSU COAST.Event Flyer (PDF)