A Conversation with a Scientist
Thursday, November 12, 2020
11:00 AM PST
Carl Lamborg, Ph.D.
Submit your questions in advance HERE.
Tune in for the next Labside Chat with Carl Lamborg, associate professor of Ocean Sciences at UC Santa Cruz, on Thursday, November 12, 2020, at 11:00 AM PST. Join us to better understand how mercury plays a role in the ocean, in the air, and within all living things.
Join the conversation! Submit your questions in advance for Carl, then watch the conversation to hear the answers during the live chat. Help us put together questions such as:
- What is mercury, and is it considered a marine contaminant?
- How does mercury move through the ecosystem and bioaccumulate in animals?
- Is mercury present in all ecosystems and at all ocean depths?
- How is mercury collected from the ocean and then analyzed?
We want your questions! Submit your questions in advance HERE.
Upcoming Labside Chats:
Thursday, December 10, 2020, 3:30 PM PST (*Special Time!)
Shawn Noren, Ph.D.
Research Scientist, UC Santa Cruz
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Previous Labside Chats:
Caroline Casey, research associate, October 22, 2020
John Carlos Garza, supervisory research geneticist and adjunct professor of Ocean Sciences, October 8, 2020
Sarah McKay Strobel, department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, September 24, 2020
Katherine Seto, assistant professor of Environmental Studies, September 10, 2020
Melissa Cronin, Ph.D. candidate in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, August 13, 2020
Mark Carr, professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, July 30, 2020
Phoebe Lam, associate professor of Ocean Sciences, July 16, 2020
Roxanne Beltran, assistant professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, July 2, 2020
Eric Palkovacs, director of the UCSC-NOAA Cooperative Institute and associate professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, June 25, 2020
Rita Mehta, associate professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, June 11, 2020
Dan Costa, director of the Institute of Marine Sciences and distinguished professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, May 28, 2020
Peter Macht, aquarium curator at the Seymour Marine Discovery Center, May 7, 2020