Category Archives: Events

Underwater Robotics (ROV) Workshop

Title: Underwater Robotics (ROV) Workshop
Location: UCSC East Field House Pool
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Description: Join the Seymour Center and Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) Center of Monterey Peninsula College for a workshop designed to teach students in grades 5-12, and their teachers or parents, how to build underwater remotely operated vehicles (ROVs). Learn how to incorporate marine science, technology, and physical science concepts into your curriculum by spending a day at the pool building an ROV! Advanced registration required. https://seymourcenter.ucsc.edu/learn/students-teachers/educator-opportunities/workshops/
Date: 2017-10-15

Younger Lagoon Reserve Tour

Start Time: 2:00 PM
Date: Thursday, April 4, 2013
End Time: 3:30 PM

Description: Experience the wildlife and natural beauty that make Younger Lagoon an exceptional local treasure on this docent-led tour to the lagoon and its beach habitat.
Younger Lagoon is excellent for bird watching and seeing animals that call the reserve’s intact coastal dunes home, such as: bobcats, foxes, seabirds, raptors, and even a burrowing owl. This 75-acre research reserve is only accessible to the public through our bi-monthly tours. Come and get a rare peek into a little piece of native coastline, right in our own backyard. Learn about the ongoing research and habitat restoration work that help this vital ecosystem thrive. Tour includes a short hike and is best suited for adults in good physical condition and children age 10 and older. Space limited, free with admission. Reservations required: (831) 459-3800.

Younger Lagoon Reserve Tour

Start Time: 2:00 PM
Date: Sunday, March 10, 2013
End Time: 3:30 PM

Description: Experience the wildlife and natural beauty that make Younger Lagoon an exceptional local treasure on this docent-led tour to the lagoon and its beach habitat.
Younger Lagoon is excellent for bird watching and seeing animals that call the reserve’s intact coastal dunes home, such as: bobcats, foxes, seabirds, raptors, and even a burrowing owl. This 75-acre research reserve is only accessible to the public through our bi-monthly tours. Come and get a rare peek into a little piece of native coastline, right in our own backyard. Learn about the ongoing research and habitat restoration work that help this vital ecosystem thrive. Tour includes a short hike and is best suited for adults in good physical condition and children age 10 and older. Space limited, free with admission. Reservations required: (831) 459-3800.