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Science Hour 2020 lineup

Happy New Year! This year we will be changing things up a bit to allow for new participants to attend our monthly workshops. Please note the dates and times of each presentation, as they will change from evenings to lunchtime mid-year. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have questions! 850-475-5230, ctsteven@ufl.edu, or roc@ufl.edu

January 16:     Exploring Algal Toxins along the Emerald Coast

Dana Stephens, Ph. D., Northwest Florida State College

6-7 pm: Escambia County Central Office Complex, 3363 West Park Place, Pensacola

 

February 20:   Vibrio: The good, the bad, and the ugly

Lisa Waidner, Ph.D., University of West Florida

6-7 pm: Pensacola Downtown Library, 239 North Spring Street, 6-7 pm

 

March 19:       What do you do when you find wildlife?

Dorothy Kaufmann, Director of Wildlife Sanctuary of Northwest Florida

6-7 pm: Pensacola Downtown Library, 239 North Spring Street, 6-7 pm

 

April 16:           City of Pensacola Blueway

Paul Pipes, City of Pensacola Parks and Recreation

6-7 pm: Pensacola Downtown Library, 239 North Spring Street, 6-7 pm

 

May 21:           Keep Pensacola Beautiful

Sigrid Solgard, Executive Director of Keep Pensacola Beautiful

12-1 pm: Studer Community Institute, 220 West Garden Street #100, Pensacola

 

June 18:           Wonders of Wildlife

Molly and Rick O’Connor, Roy Hyatt Environmental Center and Florida Sea Grant

12-1 pm: Studer Community Institute, 220 West Garden Street #100, Pensacola

 

August 20:       Black Bears

Kathrine McCarty, West Panhandle Bear Biologist, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission

12-1 pm: Studer Community Institute, 220 West Garden Street #100, Pensacola

 

September 17: Using Scientific Data to Solve Flooding Problems: Streamflow modeling

Matt Deitch, Ph.D., West Florida Research and Education Center

Location TBD

 

October 15:     Drink Up, Pensacola!

Jim Roberts, Public Information Educational Specialist with ECUA

12-1 pm: Studer Community Institute, 220 West Garden Street #100, Pensacola

 

November 19: Aquatic Preserves of Northwest Florida

Beth Fugate, Florida Department of Environmental Protection

12-1 pm: Studer Community Institute, 220 West Garden Street #100, Pensacola