Upcoming Citizen Science Lectures in Orange County and Palm Desert

If you would like to learn more about how citizen science observations, especially observations from the RASCals project, can be used for conservation, ecology, and behavior research, I will be giving two public lectures in the very near future. Both are free and open to the public.

Orange County
On Friday, March 2, I will be giving the Dr. Bayard H. Brattstrom Lecture in the Saddleback College Science Lecture Series. The event starts at 10 with the lecture beginning at 10:30. The title of this talk will be "Is Citizen Science the Next Revolution in Ecology and Behavior Research?"

You can find more information about this event here: http://www.saddleback.edu/science-lecture-series

Palm Desert
On Thursday, March 8, I will be in Palm Desert giving a presentation as part of UC Riverside's Deep Canyon Lecture Series. The lecture starts at 6pm and is entitled "The Value of Citizen Science for Urban Ecology and Invasive Species Research: Examples from the Reptiles and Amphibians of Southern California (RASCals) Project."

You can find more information about this event here: http://cnas.ucr.edu/deepcanyonlectures.html

Note that you should RSVP for the Deep Canyon Lecture Series. I hope we have a number of iNaturalist users in the audiences.

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Posted by gregpauly gregpauly, February 28, 2018 06:04 PM

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Those sound interesting. Hmm...

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