Field Immersion: How Curiosity, Natural History, and Collaboration Have Led to Ecological Discoveries along the Californias
Scientific discoveries are made in a myriad of ways and often start with the simple act of being curious. Natural patterns surround us but take time to truly see. This presentation is about observing patterns, becoming curious about what influences them, and discovering the natural history behind them. It’s also about the rich human collaborations that can result. While exploring the coasts of California and the Baja California peninsula, the speaker has made numerous discoveries of previously unknown or understudied ecological wonders.
Please join Diana Steller to learn about these new discoveries.
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