We were very pleased and grateful for an audio report from Berkeley undergrad Sohil story about his experience at the Angelo this summer. His grad student mentor Suzanne Kelson reports “His story was chosen by the local radio station (KOZT the coast, “I love this town”) and played Thursday, August 13. Very cool! I’m proud of Sohil”
Here’s the link to listen to the story:
Keith Bouma Gregson and Mary Power have both chatted about cyanobacteria, drought, and other river issues with Patrick Higgins, Executive Director of the Eel River Recovery Project, on KMUD’s Monday Morning Magazine. http://www.kmud.org/programs-mainmenu-11/kmud-audio-archive.html, e.g., June 1 2015.
|Jerry Schubel, Director of the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach California, hosts Coastal Conversations, a monthly program that deals with major issues confronting the nation’s coastal areas—marine and in the Great Lakes. He was the lead author of a July 2014 of the National Academy of Science National Research Council entitled “Enhancing the Value and Sustainability of Field Stations and Marine Laboratories in the 21st Century”. On Feb 27, Jerry invited three authors of that report, Felicia Coleman from Florida State University’s Coastal and Marine Laboratory, Rob Plowes, from the University of Texas, Brackenridge Field Laboratory, Mary Power, from the University of California, Berkeley, Angelo Coast Range Reserve, and Peter Kareiva from The Nature Conservancy, to discuss the importance of natural history field stations for research, education, and outreach, and ways of increasing their impact and viability into the 21st century. http://www.aquariumofpacific.org/events/info/coastal_conversations|