The Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Laboratory (SNARL) this week announced its 2012 Lecture Series.
â€¨The free lectures are a staple of early summer in Mammoth. They are at the Green Church on Benton Crossing Road and U.S. 395.
The series schedule, released by Leslie Dawson, is as follows:
•May 8: A Field Study of Storm Snow Slab Avalanches
Dr. Ned Bair, Army Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
•May 15: Mighty Mammoth: Geological Insights into Eastern California’s Most Majestic Volcanoâ€¨Dr. Brandon Browne, Dept. of Geological Sciences, CSU Fullerton
•May 22: Glaciers, Granite, and Moraines of the Eastern Sierra Nevadaâ€¨Dr. Allen Glazner, Geological Sciences, University of North Carolina
•May 29: Dragonflies of the Eastern Sierraâ€¨Ronald A. Oriti, Outdoor Photographer, Retired Astronomer
June 5: Bats in Peril
â€¨Dr. Patricia Berry-Brown, Dept. of Physiological Sciences, UCLA, retired
June 12: Rediscovery of the Sierra Nevada Red Fox in the Southern Sierra Nevada
â€¨Sherri Lisius, Wildlife Biologist, Bureau of Land Management, Bishop
For more information, call Dawson at (760) 935-4356 or email firstname.lastname@example.org