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Sean Craig

When: Fri., April 27, 7:30 p.m. 2018

Dr. Craig is a marine ecologist at Humboldt State University whose research ranges from the evolutionary ecology of colonial marine invertebrates to applied problems, including invasive species and the conservation of diverse marine habitats such as kelp beds. He is assessing the initial state of MPAs in three different habitats: 1) rocky reefs (below the tides), including kelp beds where red sea urchins and red abalone reside; 2) rocky intertidal regions, where organisms ranging from sea palms and surf grass to mussels and sea stars roam; and 3) sandy beaches, where surf perch and sand crabs connect. The talk will include a discussion of the effects of Sea Star Wasting Disease on our local marine communities.

Price: Free

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