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Living in the Flow: An Introduction to Stream Ecology

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When: Aug 31, 2017 from 07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Contact:
Marissa Duncan
971-222-6131

Aug 31 & Sep 2 | Oregon’s rivers and streams are rich ecosystems, full of life. They are home to our most iconic animals: the six species of Pacific salmon. But flowing waters also provide habitat for other kinds of fish, amphibians, insects, mollusks, and more.

Aug 31 (Thu), 7–9pm: Class in Heron Hall

Sep 2 (Sat), 8am–4pm: Field Trip (transportation provided)

Oregon’s rivers and streams are rich ecosystems, full of life. They are home to our most iconic animals: the six species of Pacific salmon. But flowing waters also provide habitat for other kinds of fish, amphibians, insects, mollusks, and more. Join Dr. Ivan Phillipsen for an introduction to the freshwater ecology of our region. Learn about the influence of the terrestrial environment and stream hydrology on the life cycles of fish and macroinvertebrates. You’ll get familiar with some common species and learn their basic identification.


Class with Field Trip, limited to 12 participants$95 members / $115 non-members (transportation provided)

Class-only Option: $14

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