White Mountain Research Center is pleased to present a series of FREE lectures open to the general public. The lectures cover a diverse array of topics and are usually presented by scientists and other researchers affiliated with the station. Unless otherwise noted, lectures are held at 7:00 PM at the Owens Valley Station located at 3000 East Line Street in Bishop, California. 760-873-4344.
All lectures are FREE to the public
Talks are held on Tuesdays and begin promptly at 7:00PM
3000 East Line Street - Bishop, California
Tuesday, March 12 – Increasing our understanding of Eastern California Springs: Amargosa and Beyond – Andy Zdon, Northern Arizona University; California Professional Geologist, Certified Hydrogeologist, and Certified Engineering Geologist
Tuesday, April 2 – Dry/Wet snow recipes for unusual avalanches. Avalanche forecasting challenges in a changing climate – Sue Burak, Snow Survey Associates
Tuesday, April 9 – Climate change impacts in alpine plant communities – Meredith Jabis, PhD. University of California, Berkeley
Tuesday, April 30 – What do migrants do differently? Identifying habitat for Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep – Derek Spitz, PhD. University of Montana