Exploring the edges of the Estuary

Posted by OCVA / April 11, 2015

EXPLORING THE EDGES OF THE ESTUARY: A JOURNEY FROM SKY TO OCEAN AND BACK AGAIN (SHORELINE EDUCATION FOR AWARENESS SEMINAR)

The connections between atmosphere, habitat, and ecology will be explored in a classroom and fi eld-based exploration of the South Slough NERR and nearby coastal environments. Through consideration of Oregon’s coastal weather and climate using weather, climate, and water quality data, we will lay the groundwork for a fi eld experience including intertidal collection, plankton collection and seining followed by a classroom study. Please dress for the outdoors and for feet to get wet and muddy. (Free to SEA & FOSS members, $5 for non-members)

All programs begin at the South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve Interpretive Center unless otherwise noted. located 4 miles south of Charleston on Seven Devils Road, west of Coos Bay.

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