Dolphins and Climate Change: Baseline Work in The Bahamas Over Three Decades

About the Event

Presented by Dr. Denise Herzing, Research Director/Founder, Wild Dolphin Project

Long-term research is critical to understanding the multitude of threats that face imperiled species. Find out how a population of Atlantic spotted dolphins in The Bahamas, which has been studied since 1985, has responded to hurricanes, food shortages, and climate change.

The Coastal Lecture Series has returned to the Blake Library in Stuart! These free lectures will be held on Tuesday nights from January 10th through March 14th, starting promptly at 6:30 p.m. We are also offering a live simulcast of all lectures for anyone who would like to participate from the comfort of their own home.

To Attend In Person: Registration is not required to attend in-person at the Blake Library. Seating at the library is limited, so we recommend arriving at least 15-20 minutes early. Lectures will begin at 6:30 p.m.

To Attend Virtually Using Zoom: Registration is required to attend remotely using Zoom. You must register for each lecture individually. Click the link below to register for this specific lecture.

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