Baylor Aquatic Science Series
Find out what CRASR aquatic scientists do day-to-day through classroom presentations, demos, virtual tours and more! During the school year, Baylor aquatic scientists talk each month to school children about their research and journey as scientists. The talks are suitable for classroom and at-home learners and are targeted at different grade bands. We reach 1,000-2,000 students and 40-50 classrooms per year and have had participation from 17 U.S. States and Canada, all with zero miles traveled!
Aquatic Trophic Transfers - The Food Web, November 2023
Wetlands are Wonderful!, October 2023
Ecological Benefits of Beavers - Malcolm Macleod, March 2022
Can the Oceans Get Too Hot? - Dr. James Fulton, April 2022
The Wonders of the Lake Waco Wetlands - Nora Schell, May 2022
Awesome Aquatic Science - Melissa Mullins, October, 2022
Wetlands are Wonderful! - Dr. Robert Doyle, November 2022
You can view previous talks by creating a free account at www.nepris.com and browsing the video library for Baylor Aquatic Science Series.