SNARL Spring Seminar Series

2022 SNARL Spring Seminar Series:

Seminars will be all virtual over ZOOM this year

Please join us this spring for a series of presentations focused on some of the latest research and findings from the Eastern Sierra and Beyond. Unfortunately, we are still unable to gather in person at the Page Center at SNARL, as we usually do on these beautiful evenings in spring. However, we are thrilled to have an amazing lineup of speakers that will virtually share their adventures, experiences and knowledge on topics ranging from alpine lakes to mircroplastics. Grab your favorite beverage, your laptop and get cozy on your couch as we embark on a weekly virtual journey without having to leave your house!

Seminars are 7-8 PM every Tuesday in May

No Registration Required - Zoom Links for each seminar are in the schedule below

May 3: Lakes and Watersheds in the Sierra Nevada: Responses to Environmental Change, Dr. John Melack - Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, and Department of   Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, University of California, Santa Barbara



May 10: Mountain Living Together: Co-creating alpine-urban resilience in the Eastern Sierra and beyond, Haley Fitzpatrick -PhD Candidate at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design  



May 17: Down with Disease:  Managing pathogen threats in Yosemite toad populations, Dr. Dave Daversa, Postdoctoral Fellow, La Kretz Center for California Conservation Science, University of California, Los Angeles  



May 24: Microplastics – a Macro Problem? , Dr. Scott Coffin - State Water Resources Control Board 



May 31: Eastern Sierra Nevada Hydropower: Impacts and Opportunities, Dr. Adam Cohen - Aquatic Ecologist, Stillwater Sciences 



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