Thirsty for Knowledge
Contact: Charles Beall, 360 854-7302
Contact: Regina Rochefort, 360 854-7202
Thirsting for Knowledge?
Try Tapping into Science
What: A new monthly series of presentations exploring current science in the North Cascades
When: Last Wednesday of each month
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Duration: Approximately 30 minutes
Location: Chuckanut Brewery & Kitchen, 601 West Holly Street, Bellingham
The first two Tapping into Science programs will be:
January 27: Snagging Hair and Sniffing Scat: How to Know what’s in a Bear's Genes
Lions, bears, wolves – Oh my! These and other large carnivores live in the North Cascades, but are highways affecting the connectivity of their habitat? Roger Christophersen is a wildlife biologist at North Cascades National Park and Dr. Robert Long and Paula MacKay are wildlife biologists with the Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University.
February 24: Thirsty Mountain Tops: Decline of Frost-Brewed Glaciers
Two-thirds of the glaciers in the lower 48 states are in the North Cascades. What does glacier monitoring tell us about their and our future? Dr. Jon Riedel is a geologist at North Cascades National Park.
Directions available at www.chuckanutbreweryandkitchen.com
Did You Know?
North Cascades NPSC has over 300 glaciers, more than any other park in the lower 48 states. More than half the glaciers in the 48 states are concentrated in this mountainous wilderness region called the North Cascades.