Science on the Sound: Nudibranchs of the MaST Center

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“Nudibranchs of the MaST Center: A Snapshot of Opisthobranchs in Puget Sound” presented by Eugene Disney.

Come and learn about one of the most charismatic niches of sea slugs that are found in great abundance all over the Sound.  We at the MaST Center have been following our internal species since October of 2013 and have been seeing some very interesting trends.  This presentation will not only cover what a nudibranch is and why they are important, but also how one can use citizen science to acquire more data than you ever could alone.

Each month the MaST Center hosts an educational speaker series that is sponsored by Highline College. Science on the Sound attracts local, regional, and national experts who share their knowledge with the local community, generally focusing on interests of the Puget Sound Region. Science on the Sound provides a variety of speaker topics so that we can brush upon peoples differing interests.

Discussions are held in the classroom at the MaST Center on the dates listed below. Speakers give 45 minute presentations.