The Aquarium of the Pacific’s Teen Science Café will present a nine-part series associated with the National Science Foundation (NSF) funded Antarctic Women in Science Project. High school and middle school students are invited to learn from these scientists engaged with various aspects of science in Antarctica. Events are FREE with RSVP: https://tickets.aquariumofpacific.org/WebStore/shop/ViewItems.aspx?Merchant=TEENSCI&CategoryGroupExternalID=TSC&CategoryExternalID=TSC
9/15/22 Amy Moran – physiology, ecology, and evolution of marine invertebrates
10/20/22 Margaret Amsler – Ecology of benthic “bottom” environments
11/17/22 Roxanne Beltran – Marine mammals, ecology, and ice
1/19/23 Chi-Hing “Christina” Cheng – Adaptations for cold in polar fish
2/16/23 Skye Moret – Art, design, and environmental data
3/16/23 Erin Pettit – Glacier and ice sheet dynamics
4/20/23 Deneb Krentz – plankton ecology and ultraviolet photobiology
5/18/23 Cassandra Brooks – Marine science, policy, science communication
Guests will participate in hands-on activities related to the various topics presented.
Space is limited. RSVP Today!