Grad students lead Sea Grant discussion ‘Green Bay: A Saga of Life, Destruction and Restoration’ Oct. 22

In this installment of Wisconsin Sea Grant’s “Lake Talks” series, speakers Cadie Olson and Brandon Falish will cover the history of contamination and pollution of the Fox River and Green Bay, summarize ongoing remedial objectives and projects, and then discuss their own research. Olson and Falish are graduate students at UW-Green Bay. This is a free, informal science talk open to all. No special knowledge of the topic is needed or assumed! Time for audience questions will be included.

More about the speakers:

Cadie Olson researches the benthic macroinvertebrate communities of lower Green Bay and the Lower Fox River. She is a 2018 graduate of UW-Stevens Point with a degree in fisheries (and minors in biology and water resources, plus a GIS certificate). She has previously worked as an aquatic invertebrate biologist in northern Minnesota.

Brandon Falish is pursuing a master’s in environmental policy and planning. His thesis work looks at the carbon and nitrogen stable isotope signatures in the lower Green Bay to evaluate the health of the food web. He previously worked as a fish biologist for both the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service and the U.S. Geological Survey.

This free and public event is on Oct. 22, 2020, 7:00-8:00 p.m, via this link.

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