Colorado State Scientists Participate in Community Antarctica Lecture Series at Fort Collins Main Library

Colorado State University scientists will share their stories about Antarctica with the local community through a lecture series held at the Fort Collins Main Library this fall.
The lecture series is sponsored by Colorado State’s School of Global Environmental Sustainability, Department of Biology, the Natural Resource Ecology Laboratory and the Fort Collins Public Library and is free and open to the public.

All lectures start at 7 p.m. and will be held in the in the Ben Delatour Room of the Fort Collins Main Public Library, 201 Peterson St. The series schedule follows.

– Oct. 1: "Cruising in Antarctica – What You Should Know and What You Will See," presented by James W. Collinson, Byrd Polar Research Center, Ohio State University.

– Nov. 16: "How Do You Exercise While Holding Your Breath? The Diving Physiology of Antarctic Seals," presented by Shane B. Kanatous, Department of Biology, Colorado State University.

– Nov. 30: "Walking Through the Snow: Hydrology and Climate Change on Livingston Island, Antarctica," presented by Steven Fassnacht, Watershed Science Program, Colorado State University.