Time Traveling thru the Gulf of Mexico with the Dauphin Island Sea Lab
How has human interaction with the environment changed over time? Using carbon dating, scientists have gained a better understanding of human impacts on the Gulf of Mexico today versus the geologic past. Join us to explore Postcards from the Past, an activity that links science, artistic expression, and the Gulf’s environmental history.
Tina Miller-Way serves as chair of Discovery Hall, the education program at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab as well as the assistant director of education for Mississippi-Alabama Sea Grant. Tinahas lived on all 4 US coasts, loves the south’s bayous and bays but dreams of visiting the deepsea. She has a PhD from Louisiana State University and a MS from Oregon State.
JoAnn Moody s a Marine Educator with the Dauphin Island Sea Lab’s Discovery Hall Program. She enjoys teaching K-12 students, teachers, and the public about the many wonders of theGulf of Mexico. She received her BS in Marine Science and MAT from the University of West Alabama.
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Topic: PD Webinar Series-DISL
Time: Nov 17, 2020 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
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Meeting ID: 862 3980 5762
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