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The first 10 years of the Teton Alpine Stream Research project: What we’ve learned and where we’re going, Lusha Tronstad and Scott Hotaling

August 8 @ 5:30 pm 8:30 pm MDT

A person crouches at the base of a glacier, collecting samples
The study site below Skillet Glacier (Taylor Price)

2024 Harlow Summer Seminar Series: August 8th

Talk Title: The first 10 years of the Teton Alpine Stream Research project: What we’ve learned and where we’re going
Speakers: Lusha Tronstad, University of Wyoming; and Scott Hotaling, Utah State University

We will host a BBQ at 5:30 followed by the seminar at 6:30, with a $10.00 suggested donation for attending the event. The event is open to the public and reservations are not required.

Attend Virtually: The talk will also be live on Zoom. The zoom link will be made available through our email list. If you haven’t already, join our mailing list!

Bios

Lusha Tronstad is the invertebrate zoologist at the Wyoming Natural Diversity Database, University of Wyoming. She studies invertebrates of management and conservation concern, and is an expert on aquatic invertebrates, mollusks and pollinators. Born and raised in the Rocky Mountains, Lusha enjoys working and recreating in National Parks and Wyoming to learn more about the species and the ecosystems they inhabit.

Scott Hotaling is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Watershed Sciences at Utah State University. He takes an integrative approach to the study of high alpine watersheds by linking ecology, physical science, and genetics to understand the past, present, and future of these threatened ecosystems. Along with Lusha Tronstad, they have been leading the Teton Alpine Stream Research project in the Teton Range since 2015.

Amk Ranch Rd
Moran, WY 83013 United States
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uwnps@uwyo.edu

Driving Directions: Turn right when entering the Leek’s Marina parking lot in Grand Teton National Park, and follow the road to the station.