5:30 pm to 7:00 pm
Join us this Fall for our second Science Café of the year. The discussion will be led by GMRI Research Associate, Adam Baukus.
The focus of the evening will be acoustics in the Gulf of Maine. Using acoustic transducers (think: fancy fish-finder), researchers use sound to track the presence of the many creatures swimming in the ocean’s depths. Adam will share how he uses acoustics to better understand our fish populations and to tackle big questions about what is happening in our ocean.
Our Science Cafes feature a short presentation and time for questions and conversation. We refer to them as “jargon-free zones” and invite anyone to participate. You won’t need a Ph.D. to contribute to the conversation!
Light snacks and beverages will be provided. Free parking available in the adjacent lot. This is a free event with limited space. Please use the form below to reserve your seat.
Questions? Contact Rachel Katyl at firstname.lastname@example.org or 207-228-1699.