Fri, Mar 20 | Brookhaven National Laboratory, Berkner

The 8th Annual Long Island Natural History Conference

The 2020 Long Island Natural History Conference promises to be another informative and exciting event and live up to the high standards of past conferences. The conference will also climate change impacts on birds, conservation updates on recent bat and white shark research, and more.
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The 8th Annual Long Island Natural History Conference

Time & Location

Mar 20, 2020, 8:00 AM – Mar 21, 2020, 4:00 PM
Brookhaven National Laboratory, Berkner , W Princeton Ave, Yaphank, NY, USA

About The Event

The 2020 Long Island Natural History Conference promises to be another informative and exciting event and live up to the high standards of past conferences. Speakers and presentations include Dr. Stephen Tettelbach on bay scallops, Dr. Brooke Bateman on climate change impacts on birds, Joel Horman on mushrooms and other fungi, Chris Clapp on relic oyster reefs, Dr. Jeff Levinton on his work with fiddler crabs, Dr. Lisa Prowant on her research on the eastern box turtle, Dr. Nicole Maher on her research with salt marshes and sea level rise, and Terry McNamara on the natural history of Fishers Island. We will also offer conservation updates on recent bat and white shark research, efforts to better protect diamondback terrapins, horseshoe crabs and menhaden, and ongoing work restoring diadromous fish and American chestnut trees. Click here for full conference agenda.

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