Tuesday, January 11, 2011
Jen Reynolds is a curator at the Vancouver Aquarium. In her second visit to GSAS, she spoke on the conservation effords in Brazil: observing fish in two vastly different drainages, Project Piaba, effect of dams, etc.
Subject Tags: South America, Conservation
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This talk is available from our club library, on DVD Volume 11'.
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