Herpetology (Virtual) Seminar Series: Sea Turtle Field Research

Herpetology is the study of reptiles and amphibians. This Fall semester, the BIO422L Herpetology Lab will be hosting a seminar series. Guest speakers will be visiting Medaille (virtually) to discuss the importance of reptiles and amphibians in their scientific research.

The second presentation in this seminar series will start at 2 p.m. this Friday, November 6 on Blackboard Collaborate. (Please click on the link to join in!)

This seminar will feature a presentation on a career in sea turtle field research by Dr.Ed Standora, Professor Emeritus at SUNY Buffalo State College. For almost 40 years Dr. Standora, hasbeen using biotelemetry to answer ecological questions. He has tracked and monitored the behavior of many different species, including sharks, freshwater fish, alligators, turtles, and even mice.

Dr. Standora will be speaking about his distinguished career in herpetology research and what happens when field research does not go smoothly. (Please click Here to join in!)

  • : M Ryan Woodcock

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