SNARL Seminar Series:
PLEASE NOTE - Due to the restrictions on social gathering to prevent the spread of COVID-19 we have cancelled our SNARL Spring Seminar Series for 2020. We will invite all speakers to present next spring in 2021. We hope that you all stay healthy, and look forward to seeing you at SNARL in spring 2021!
We welcome you every Tuesday evening this spring to our free public seminars. Seminars are from 7-8 PM and doors open at 6:30. All seminars will be held in the Page Center at SNARL – 1016 Mount Morrison Road.
Small tasters of food and drink will be provided by local businesses. Please arrive early to park, secure a seat, snack and mingle. Seminars are geared to adult audiences, however young people are encouraged to attend and well-behaved children are welcome. Visitors are not allowed to bring dogs to SNARL, so please leave pets at home.
For more information contact Annie Barrett, firstname.lastname@example.org; 805-893-5655.
2019 SNARL Spring Seminar Series Schedule
|April 30 , 2019||
From counting snowflakes to measuring water equivalent,
the goal of measuring snow remotely has come a long way
Dr. Bert Davis, Senior Scientific Technical Director, Cold Regions Research &
Engineering Laboratory, Chief Scientist, Geospatial Research and Engineering,
US Army Engineer Research and Development Center
|MAY 7, 2019||
Challenges and Approaches to Saving Snow Leopards
Dr. Rodney Jackson, The Snow Leopard Conservancy
MAY 14, 2019
Putting California on the Map: Von Schmidt’s Lines
David Carle, Author and retired Park Ranger
|MAY 21, 2019||
The Mammoth Lakes Wildlife Crossing: A proposal to
reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions on Highway 395 in
southern Mono County
Tim Taylor, Environmental Scientist-Wildlife Biologist, California Department
of Fish and Wildlife
MAY 28, 2019
Can California’s wildfire problem be solved?
Film Showing of ‘Wilder Than Wild: Fire, Forests and the
Future’ followed by Q & A with Malcolm North
Dr. Malcolm North, Research Scientist, USDA Forest Service PSW Research
Station and Affiliate Professor, Dept of Plant Sciences, U.C. Davis.
JUNE 4, 2019
The flooding of Hetch Hetchy Valley was an iconic event,
but what has been happening downstream?
Jeff Holmquist, Research Scientist, White Mountain Research Center,
Institute of the Environment and Sustainability, UCLA
Videos of Previous Seminars
Presentations from 2012 - 2016 are available for viewing on our Vimeo Channel
Presentations from 2017 - present are available for viewing on our SNARL youtube channel