-22 is getting his close-up. The mountain lion living in Los Angeles’ Griffith Park is the subject of a new documentary called “The Cat That Changed America,” which will be shown at 7 p.m. Mon., Dec. 18 in the Scherr Forum at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza. The screening, followed by a Q&A, is[…]
Exposed bedrock on the beach during very low (negative) tide at Isla Vista, California (Credit: Alex Snyder, U.S. Geological Survey.
(AP) – Marine experts in the San Francisco Bay Area say an alarming number of sea lions are being treated for poisoning linked to toxic algae blooms. The Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito says it has treated 68 sea lions suffering from domoic acid poisoning, compared with 70 in all of 2016.
Ventura County Branch Program Assistant ORGANIZATION: Food Forward (501c3 non-profit), www.foodforward.org COMMITMENT: 10 weeks, 15-20 hrs/week out of our Ventura County Branch office beginning in May or June (must be available over the weekend) COMPENSATION: This is an unpaid internship position. We will work with students to arrange to receive credit from[…]
Student Karina Casarez has officially finished a Costa Rica blog! entirely new blog site located at: https://csuchannelislandse.wixsite.com/ciesrm-costarica. “I am really proud of the way it looks and I hope you enjoy it. Within this site, I have included blog posts that describe what we did every day, a blog post after the trip was finished that includes[…]
Looking for an Upper Division Elective this summer for ESRM & CS? Check out Computational Beauty & the Beach led by Professors Dr. Kiki Patsch and Dr. David Claveau!
Live, learn, and teach in the mountains! Looking for a rewarding Masters program or to add to your current MS or PhD program? Do you want to combine ecology, science communication, and a field-based teaching experience? The University of Idaho’s award-winning* McCall Outdoor Science School (MOSS) is accepting applications for next year’s graduate student class. […]
Birds ready to mate at Ormond Beach The signs are there, in small markings in the sand called scrapes. Mating season is beginning for the western snowy plover. Check out this story on vcstar.com: http://www.vcstar.com/story/news/special-reports/outdoors/2017/03/14/snowy-plovers-getting-ready-mate-ormond-beach/99146590/
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