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.

Thursday, March 23
Michael G. Delacorte, Professor, Department of Anthropology CSU Sacramento and Bridget R. Wall M.A. Staff Archaeologist, Archaeological Research Center, CSU Sacramento
The Geology of Prehistoric Human Behavior

Thursday, March 30
Daniel Pritchett, UC WMRC Historian
The White Mountain summit register: A century of history on California’s third highest peak

Thursday, April 6
Sean Robison, Department of Geography, CSU Northridge
Droning into the Future: Applications of UAV's for Fine Scale Geographic Analysis

Thursday, April 13
Amy Leist, Project manager, Lower Colorado River Riparian Birds Project, Great Basin Bird Observatory
9 years of bird surveys on the Lower Colorado River

Thursday, April 20
Benjamin Hatchett, Postdoctoral Fellow, Division of Atmospheric Science, Desert Research Institute Reno, NV
Western Great Basin Landscapes As Climatic Time Machines

Thursday, April 27
Sue Burak, Snow Survey Associates
Is 13 Our Lucky Number? Atmospheric Rivers Bring It On: Big Storms and Big Avalanches in a Record Breaking Winter


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