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Sea Otter Conservation and Ecology in the 21st Century - Livestream

Having nearly been forced to extinction throughout much of their range in the 18th and 19th centuries, sea otters have made a remarkable comeback. Through their recovery, we are learning new things about their basic biology and ecology, which is forcing coastal scientists and managers to rethink the role of the sea otter in the 21st century. In this talk, Dr. Hughes will discuss the recently discovered habitats of the sea otter and how that relates to the ecology of nearshore ecosystems and their conservation moving forward.

Speaker: Dr. Brent Hughes, Sonoma State Univ.

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Tuesday, 11/17/20

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