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Lecture Series at the
Environmental Studies Council
- Jensen Beach -

JANUARY 30, 2019

Gopher Tortoises with Andrew Luering
at the Environmental Studies Council, 6:30PM. Lecture begins at 7PM. Seating is on a first come first serve basis. "Andrew Luering has been a biologist with Ecological Associates for 4 years of his 8 year career and has been a gopher tortoise agent for 2 years. His primary responsibilities includes gopher tortoise permitting and relocation, but he also performs wildlife surveys for scrub jays, crested caracara and sea turtles." Browse SupportStLucieCounty.com for more events. 2900 NE Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach

FEBRUARY 6, 2019

Diving in Indonesia with Dr. Walter Goldberg
at the Environmental Studies Council, 6:30PM. Lecture begins at 7PM. Seating is on a first come first serve basis. "During his time as a faculty member in the Biological Sciences Department at FIU. Dr Goldberg produced more than 50 referred journal publications in addition to two books, one of which is a textbook in coral reef biology. He will present an environmental and scientific travelogue entitled "Diving the Coral Triangle in Indonesia". The talk will examine the process of getting to some of Indonesia's prime dive spots, as well as the fascinating Indonesian environment above water." Browse SupportStLucieCounty.com for more events. 2900 NE Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach

FEBRUARY 13, 2019

Linked with Limulus: Florida Horseshoe Crab Watch with Kirk Fusco at the Environmental Studies Council, 6:30PM. Lecture begins at 7PM. Seating is on a first come first serve basis. "Learn about a fascinating group of animals that have remained unchanged for hundreds of millions of years. While only four species are found globally, just one species (Limulus polyphemus) occurs in North America and our Indian River Lagoon (IRL). This lecture will explore the important ecological role horseshoe crabs play, as well as medical uses. Kirk Fusco, Environmental Scientist from the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's Indian River Lagoon Aquatic Preserves, specializes in shoreline habitat ecology, marine invertebrates, and shoreline restoration." Browse SupportStLucieCounty.com for more events. 2900 NE Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach

FEBRUARY 20, 2019

Habitat Use and Movement Patterns of Juvenile Goliath Grouper
in the Southern Indian River Lagoon with Derek Cox at the Environmental Studies Council, 6:30PM. Lecture begins at 7PM. Seating is on a first come first serve basis. "Goliath Grouper begin their lives inshore using mangroves and artificial structure as nursery habitat and, as they mature, transition to reefs and wrecks offshore. Our group at FWC, with assistance from local anglers, is investigating how Goliath Grouper utilize the St Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon as juveniles and the monitoring their shift to habitats offshore as they develop into adults." Browse SupportStLucieCounty.com for more events. 2900 NE Indian River Drive, Jensen Beach


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