Natural History Lecture: What’s Up with Upwelling?, Saturday, Feb 20


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Wed, February 17, 2010


CORRECTED: The date of the event was incorrect on this story.

Did you know that one of the world’s four most productive ocean ecosystems occurs here, right off our San Mateo Coast? Come learn what upwelling is all about and why this area is so rich with marine life like white sharks, sea turtles and giant whales.

Carol Preston, Education and Outreach Coordinator for the Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary will discuss ocean dynamics and present images of sanctuary wildlife ranging from majestic to minuscule. Afterwards she will lead a walk along the sanctuaries’ shore to find sand crabs and discuss some of the sanctuary research being done along our coast. Wear waterproof outerwear including boots or shoes.

Lecture & Beach Sand Crabbing Walk

1:30 pm Native Sons Hall, Stage Rd, Pescadero (next to post office) 5 suggested donation per person or family

Visit our website www.gazos.org for any changes in times or location and directions, or contact Jamie Bennett at 650-879-0841


The gazos.org site lists the day for this event as Saturday:

Saturday Afternoon Lecture Series

Next Lecture:
What’s Up With Upwelling?
by Carol Preston

Saturday, February 20th
at 1:30pm