Marine Science in the Morning Lecture Series - 01.11.2016

Join us biweekly on Wednesday mornings for a lecture series sponsored by the Centers for Ocean Science Education Excellence (COSEE) Florida. Doors will open at 8:30am and the lectures begin at 9:00am, so arrive early to enjoy coffee and light refreshments beforehand! Lectures take place at the St Lucie County Aquarium (420 Seaway Drive) and are FREE with paid aquarium admission ($4 adults, $3 seniors). Advance registration is required as space is limited. Please call (772.465.3271) or email ( the Education Office to register.

Communication in Reef Fishes with Mike Robinson of Barry University
January 13, 2016

Caribbean Coral Reef Ecosystems: A Look at the Smithsonian’s 40-year History in Belize with Scott Jones of Smithsonian Marine Station
January 27, 2016

Filter-feeders in the Indian River Lagoon with Jessica Lunt of Smithsonian Marine Station
February 10, 2016

Growth in Red Snapper Following the Deepwater Horizon Spill with Elizabeth Herdter of University of South Florida
February 24, 2016

Measuring Reef Architecture Using 3D Imaging Technology with Elizabeth Salewski of University of South Florida
March 9, 2016

Hitchhiking, Hopping, and Creeping: Dispersal Strategies of Marine Invertebrates with Judy Winston of Smithsonian Marine Station
March 23, 2016

Additional information on our lectures may be found here.

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