The Biology of Grand Canyon: What, Where, & How

The Biology of Grand Canyon: What, Where, & How

Dec 13 2017 - 6:00pm

Dr. Larry Stevens will speak about the remarkable array of plant, invertebrate and vertebrate species living in and around Grand Canyon. He has spent the past 4 decades study ecosystem ecology in the Grand Canyon region, and his lecture will focus on how life has evolved in, and adapted to the extraordinary array of ecosystems here. He will discuss the life histories of the region’s characteristic and more unusual biota, and he will describe past and future adaptations to changing environmental conditions here on the southern Colorado Plateau. Note: Free with Membership


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