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Lecture and Presentation: National Geographic sponsored Kayak and Science Expedition into remote Russia 2010

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Lecture and Presentation: National Geographic sponsored Kayak and Science Expedition into remote Russia 2010

Post by Lonny Selin on Wed 23 Feb 2011, 4:09 am

Feb 23 - Feb 23Park City
At
the Swaner EcoCenter, Jeffrey Hazboun, a USU physicist, will be showing
an amazing photo presentation about a National Geographic sponsored
expedition to the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia. The Kamchatka project
explored un-touched sections of whitewater and critical salmon habitat
in the rugged mountains of the peninsula. Jeff will tell the story of
the project and explain how science plays a wide role in the plight of
the people and ecosystems in Russia. The presentation will be held on
Feb 23 at 6:00 pm. To learn more please visit www.KamchatkaProject.org.
Reservations for this presentation are required and there is an $8 fee
for non-members, $4 for members, and half price for children. To RSVP,
please contact Savannah@SwanerEcoCenter.org or 435-649-1767 ext. 113.

Phone: 435-649-1767

Event Hours: 6-8 pm

Location: Swaner EcoCenter

Address: 1258 Center Drive, Park City

Lonny Selin

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