The Cape Perpetua Collaborative is offering a webinar series aimed at supporting and engaging with young scientists conducting ocean research with a variety of exciting specialties.
The next webinar in the series, titled “Mortality Gauntlet: The Early Life Stages of Cabezon,” will be at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 12.
Megan Wilson, a Ph.D. candidate at Oregon State University, will discuss her research that focuses on the early life stages of cabezon, a socio-economically important nearshore groundfish found from Baja California, Mexico to Alaska.
To register for the seminar, to https://tinyurl.com/mortality-gauntlet
The webinars are scheduled for the second Tuesday every month through April. Information about the full series can be found online at tinyurl.com/y2pb6uzc