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Thu, Sep 08



Winter Survival in the Insect World

OSFN Presentation - Open to the Public Online (see details)

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Winter Survival in the Insect World
Winter Survival in the Insect World

Time & Location

Sep 08, 2022, 7:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.


About the event

Have you ever wondered how dragonflies and other insects survive the  winter? What impact will climate change have on these important  ecological communities? Drill through the ice with Rosemary Martin to  discover the surprisingly active ecosystem that exists below the ice  during the winter.  Rosemary will share some cool results from her PhD  research on overwintering aquatic invertebrates as well as some  under-ice video footage captured in a beaver pond in our very own  Georgian Bluffs.  Rosemary Martin is an aquatic ecologist working on under-ice activity and survival of invertebrates.   Registration not necessary.   If you have not recieved information about this on-line presentation from OSFN and would like to attend, please contact with “Insects” in the subject line

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