Public Lecture Series-UTMSI

In-person at Patton Center Auditorium, 855 East Cotter Avenue, Port Aransas TX 78373
Report as AT: Lecture Series

The lectures are presentations of research and programs by UTMSI scientists. Lectures occur January – March. Attending these talks is a great way to learn about the science and conservation taking place at the UT Marine Science Institute. Doors open at 6:30 pm each Thursday evening. Attendance is free and seats are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

  • Feb 1—Mapping marine food webs from tropical coral reefs to the Texas Gulf Coast—Jordan Casey, Assistant Professor, UTMSI
  • Feb 8—Can seaweed farming support a green economy in Texas intra-coastal waters?—Mark Lever, Associate Professor, UTMSI
  • Feb 15—Greater than the sum of its parts: a system-wide tour of the Gulf of Mexico—Sharon Herzka, Associate Professor, UTMSI
  • Feb 22—The remarkable story of Whooping Cranes in Canada’s North: from their accidental discovery in the nick of time, to new threats posed in a world of unprecedented wildfires—Dr. George Archibald, International Crane Foundation co-founder, and Indigenous Whooping Crane Protector Ronnie Schaefer
  • Feb 29—Satellite-based tools detail salt marsh resilience—Kyle Runion, PhD Candidate at UTMSI

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