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December 2016

Urban Stormwater Affect on Salmon

December 13 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Nat Scholz of NOAA discusses urban stormwater’s affect on salmon as part of the Marine Science Lecture Series. Urban Stormwater is Family night! Free dinner starts at 6 pm talk is at 7:00pm.  Sponsored by:  The Averna family (Deer Harbor Charters), Barbara Bentley and Glenn Prestwich, Barbara Brown, Audrey and Dean Stupke, West Sound Marina, Inc. and Martha Wychoff in honor of Lee Rolfe.

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January 2017

Rhinoceros Auklet Mortality and Beach Bird Surveys (Marine Science Lecture Series)

January 10, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Emmanuel Parish Hall, Eastsound,
242 Main St
Eastsound, WA 98245 United States
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Julia Parish of the University of Washington discusses Rhinoceros Auklet mortality and beach bird surveys as part of the Marine Science Lecture Series. Sponsored by:  The Averna family (Deer Harbor Charters), Barbara Bentley and Glenn Prestwich, Barbara Brown, Audrey and Dean Stupke, West Sound Marina, Inc. and Martha Wychoff in honor of Lee Rolfe.

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February 2017

Polar Gigantism in Antarctic Sea Spiders (Marine Science Lecture Series)

February 14, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Emmanuel Parish Hall, Eastsound,
242 Main St
Eastsound, WA 98245 United States
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Timothy Dwyer discusses Polar Gigantism in Antarctic Sea Spiders as part of the Marine Science Lecture Series. Sponsored by:  The Averna family (Deer Harbor Charters), Barbara Bentley and Glenn Prestwich, Barbara Brown, Audrey and Dean Stupke, West Sound Marina, Inc. and Martha Wychoff in honor of Lee Rolfe.

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March 2017

Sea of Glass, by Drew Harvell (Marine Science Lecture Series)

March 14, 2017 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Emmanuel Parish Hall, Eastsound,
242 Main St
Eastsound, WA 98245 United States
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Drew Harvell of Cornell University discusses his book, Sea of Glass, in which she recounts the “journey of a lifetime, taking readers along as she dives beneath the ocean’s surface to a rarely seen world, revealing the surprising and unusual biology of some of the most ancient animals on the tree of life. On the way, we glimpse a century of change in our ocean ecosystems and learn which of the living matches for the Blaschkas’ creations are, indeed, as…

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