Lecture focuses on Delaware Bay marine life and research

What’s hidden in the muck along and below the Delaware Bay?  You can find out at a special lecture tonight. 

The University of Delaware School of Marine Science and Policy continues its Ocean Currents series with Associate Professor of Oceanography Douglas Miller.  Miller will discuss 60 years of research into marine life at the bottom of the Delaware Bay, which is the second-largest estuary on the east coast.  There will also be an update of more recent research and uses of technology to study deepwater marine life, including the use of underwater remote-controlled mapping techniques and vehicles.  The lecture at the Hugh R. Sharp campus in Lewis begins at 7:00 p.m.  It is free of charge but reservations are required as seating is limited.  302-645-4346 or CLICK HERE.


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