Traditionally, the Jumbo/Humboldt squid is found in the waters of Chile north to San Diego. Yet, not so many years ago, these large carnivorous invertebrates invaded Monterey Bay, eating Pacific hake, rockfish, and market squid, all important California fisheries. Are they staying? Breeding? Dangerous? Join squid expert Danna Staaf as she attempts to answer these questions, and discusses how these changes effect the marine environment.
W H A T : Oil, Oyster Reefs and the Gulf of Mexico: Impacts and a Vision for the Future
W H E N : Sunday, October 17, 1 PM
W H E R E : Seymour Center, Santa Cruz
W H A T : Children turning 10 years old in 2010 receive FREE ENTRY during their birthday month.
W H E N : 2010
W H E R E : Seymour Marine Discovery Center, UC Santa Cruz
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W H E N : Sunday, Dec 6, noon-6PM
W H E R E : Seymour Center
at Long Marine Lab, Santa Cruz