Join our Intro to Marine Biology webinars to learn about the incredible organisms that live in and around the ocean, how the vast ocean around us functions, how life within it interacts with each other, and how we can go about helping it. You can join one or both webinars. If you are interested, but cannot attend the webinar, you can request to have the recording link sent to you.
Intro to Marine Biology Webinar Session 1: Marine Botany, Invertebrates, and Vertebrates
8/11/22 (Thursday) 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Intro to Marine Biology Webinar Session 2: Oceanography, Ecology, and Conservation
8/18/22 (Thursday) 6:30pm to 8:00pm
In July, we are starting off our webinar & seminar series with a webinar about our Channel Islands. We will be scheduling more sessions so please keep checking our calendar.
Ecology & Evolution of the Channel Islands
7/7/22 (Thursday) 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Diving First Aid and Hazardous Marine Life Injuries
7/8/22 (Friday) 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Call us at 626-287-6283 to sign up.
Our webinar series continues.
California Marine Invertebrates - Soft and Squishy Group
6/16 (Thursday) 6:30pm - 8pm
Marine Conservation and Human Impacts
6/30 (Thursday) 6:30pm - 8pm postponed
Here is a list of seminars and webinars. You can find out more info by following the link to the seminar page.
Give us a call at 626-287-6283 to sign up. In most cases we can offer the seminar in person or online. We can work with your schedule to arrange the seminar date and time.
We are excited to announce our spring webinar series presented by our in-house biologist, Instructor Haruka Ito, and our fish expert, Instructor Andy Rios. Join us to learn about some of the marine inhabitants, discuss various factors that could make a marine environment thrive or threatened, and find out how you can participate in conservation efforts!
We are incredibly lucky to have the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary in our backyard - home to more than 1000 species of marine animals and algae. The Channel Islands are uniquely located at the convergence of multiple oceanic currents, bringing nutrients and cold water that helps so many species flourish. That’s why there’s such incredible biodiversity, and the islands have been dubbed the “Galapagos of California.” Are you excited to learn what makes our coastal waters and its inhabitants so phenomenal?
Edible & Medicinal Seaweed Webinar - April 20 (from 6:30 to 8:00pm)
Marine Invertebrates Webinar Series - May 4 & June 1 (both from 6:30 to 8:00pm)
California Fish ID Webinar Series - April 27, May 12 & 26 (all 6:30 to 8:00pm)