Joan M. Kelly Sea State Lecture Series
Join us for this free public lecture series!
|Summer/Fall 2014||Animals "From Away"|
Front center photo detail from Collections of Maine Historical Society; right photo by Eimskip.
Morton-Kelly Charitable Trust
|The Gulf of Maine is visited by a variety of|
unusual species throughout the year. Every year an assortment of animals migrate through, and warming waters are bringing new and unexpected species. Join us to learn more about these interesting animals "from away" and the impacts they are having on our ecosystem.
Seating is limited, please call forreservations!
Contact Sarah Longley at
(207) 228-1699 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
All lectures are held in the Sam L. Cohen Center for Interactive Learning. Free parking is available in the adjacent GMRI lot.
Gulf of Maine Research Institute
350 Commercial Street
Portland, Maine 04101
|Jul 10||For Love and Money | Ecological and Economic Migrations of Elvers|
Pat Keliher, Commissioner, Maine Department of Marine Resources
|Aug 14||Maine's Green Crab Explosion | Effects on Casco Bay Shellfish Populations|
Brian Beal, Professor, University of Maine at Machias
|Sept 11||The Ghost of Climate Future | Marine Bioinvasions in the Gulf of Maine|
Jim Carlton, Professor, Williams College; Director of the Williams-Mystic Program
|Oct 9||Why Are They Here? | Whales, Fish, and Other Seasonal Visitors|
Andy Pershing, Chief Scientific Officer, GMRI
|Nov 13||Shifts Happen! | How Climate Change Affects Fish and Fisheries|
Janet Nye, Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University