Posted by: Sandy Steinman | September 30, 2021

UC Santa Barbara Natural Reserve System: Fall 2021 Virtual Seminar Series

Join us each Tuesday at 7 PM from October 5 – November 16 for a seven part virtual seminar series celebrating our extraordinary Reserves! Each presentation is led by an expert scientist or educator who focuses their research or teaching at that particular Reserve, and will showcase the latest programs and research.
Registration is free and is open now at nrs.ucsb.edu/events. We hope to see you at our first virtual event on October 5th!
Register Today
Fall 2021 Schedule
October 5 | Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Laboratory
Dr. Ned Bair − How We are Darkening Earth’s Snow and Ice: The Impact on Global Climate and a Brief Pause During COVID-19 Lockdowns
October 12 | Carpinteria Salt Marsh Reserve
Dr. Adam Green − Getting Them into the Field, Teaching in the UC Natural Reserves
October 19 | Coal Oil Point Reserve
Dr. Sara Weinstein − Raccoon Roundworm, Parasite Avoidance, and the Landscape of Disgust
October 26 | Valentine Reserve
Dr. Joe Cutler − From Fishes to Frogs – Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration in Yosemite National Park
November 2 | Sedgwick Reserve
Dr. Matthew Shapero − Studying Fire: Answering the Burning Questions about Cattle Grazing and Fire Preparedness
November 9 | Santa Cruz Island Reserve
Cristina Soto Balderas − UCSB-Smithsonian Scholars Program: Training the Next Generation of Santa Cruz Island Researchers
November 16 | K.S.N. Rancho Marino Reserve
Christy Bell − Why Long-Term Rocky Intertidal Monitoring Matters
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