SFUPS “Our Oceans: In Perspective” Exhibit Final Opening
NEW Lecture Series:
“Invasive Species and Marine Conservation: How the Lionfish has Impacted our Perspective and Priorities”
We are happy to announce that the SFUPS exhibit “Our Oceans: In Perspective” will have a third and final opening on Wednesday, April 8th in conjunction with Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center’s next DIVE IN lecture event.
This event also brings coral reef science and conservation to the Southeast Florida community. James A. Morris, Jr., Ph.D. NOAA’s National Ocean Service, National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science, ecologist will be the featured speaker at the event.
The evening starts at 6:00pm on the third floor of the Oceanographic Center near the auditorium. There will also be light refreshments after the lecture and during the exhibit viewing.
The Oceanographic Center is located at 8000 North Ocean Drive, Dania Beach and this event is sponsored by Nova Southeastern University, Mote Marine Laboratory’s Protect Our Reefs Grants Program. The reception is sponsored by Divers Direct.
We hope to see you all at this wonderful community gathering and for the last official chance to view the “Our Oceans: In Perspective” Exhibit!
NOVA Oceanographic Center
8000 N. Ocean Drive, Dania Beach, FL
Wed, Aprl 8th, 2015, 6:00 PM
DIVE IN series lecture – “Invasive Species and Marine Conservation: How the Lionfish has Impacted our Perspective and Priorities” followed by light refreshments