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VIMS Wachapreague Public Seminar: New insights into the disease ecology of Hematodinium perezi
Wednesday, February 1
7:30pm
VIMS - Seaside Hall (Eastern Shore Laboratory)
VIMS Professor Dr. Jeffrey Shields discusses Hematodinium perezi, a cause of  disease and death in blue crabs along the eastern seaboard and Gulf coast of the USA. 
    Phy Sci Noon Seminar (VIMS)
    Thursday, February 2
    12pm - 12:50pm
    VIMS - Andrews Hall, Dominion Classroom 326

    "Investigating marine particle distributions and processes using in situ optical imaging in the Gulf of Alaska" by Jessie Turner, VIMS

      Phy Sci Noon Seminar (VIMS)
      Thursday, February 9
      12pm - 12:50pm
      VIMS - Andrews Hall, Dominion Classroom 326

      "Anthropocene alteration of Korean estuaries: their sedimentary consequences" by Guan-hong Lee, Inha University. Hosted by Carl Friedrichs, VIMS

        Discovery Lab: Sea Turtle Investigation
        Tuesday, February 21
        6pm - 8pm
        VIMS - Catlett-Burruss Research and Education Lab
        In this lab, participants will solve the case of the stranded sea turtle, cycling through different investigations to determine what happened. Registration required.
          Webinar - Looking Forward: Cobia Management in Virginia 
          Thursday, February 23
          6:15pm - 8:30pm
          Location not specified

          The first in the Virginia Charter Boat Webinar Series, join representatives from marine management agencies along the east coast for presentations and discussions about the future of cobia management in Virginia.

            February After Hours Lecture - Virginia Sea Scallops
            Thursday, February 23
            7pm - 8pm
            VIMS - Watermen's Hall, McHugh Auditorium
            Sea scallops are a favorite seafood dish, the second most valuable commercial fishery on the East Coast, and a major fishery for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Join us for an evening with Dr. David Rudders, as we learn about these unusual animals.