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Biological Hotspots: Finding Birds, Fish, and Plankton in the Gulf of Maine

Oct13
Sea State Lectures
Time:
7:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Join us for the third lecture in our newest Joan M. Kelly Sea State Lecture Series. Our theme this fall is "Ocean Explorers" and we continue with a presentation from GMRI's own Andrew Allyn, Research Technician from our ecosystem modeling lab. 
 
Biological Hotspots: Finding Birds, Fish, and Plankton in the Gulf of Maine
 
Despite its ecological importance, economic value, and proximity to our daily life activities, many questions still remain concerning the structure and function of the coastal Gulf of Maine marine ecosystem. Andrew Allyn will discuss how the Gulf of Maine Coastal Ecosystems Survey investigates biodiversity patterns, and more specifically, how they help us understand marine bird ecology and habitat use while providing insights into the structure and function of the Gulf of Maine coastal marine ecosystem.
 
This free event is open to the public. Seating is limited so please register today by using the form below to reserve your seat.
 
Doors open at 6:30 pm. Free parking is available.
 
Questions? Contact Rachel Katyl at rkatyl@gmri.org or (207) 228-1699.
Cost: 
Free

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