Virtual Nat Chat: The Bioluminescent Red Tide of 2020

If you are interested in learning more about the recent Red tide and the bioluminescent effect, there is a virtual lecture tonight (Tuesday) at 7:00pm. This lecture is sponsored through the San Diego Natural History Museum. Dr. Michael Latz of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC San Diego studies this spectacular phenomenon. In this short Zoom talk, he’ll touch on the mechanism behind this strange … Continue reading Virtual Nat Chat: The Bioluminescent Red Tide of 2020

All Aboard!

Cabrillo National Monument Partners with Amtrak to Connect People with Places By VIP Karen Scanlon Amtrak’s Surfliner rolled into the Old Town Station as usual the early morning of June 2. But on this day, three specially trained volunteers from Cabrillo National Monument boarded this inaugural Trails & Rails route San Diego to Los Angeles. They board as history guides educating travelers on historic sites along … Continue reading All Aboard!

Marine Science Day – Continuing Education

Here is another opportunity for some continuing education for those that are interested. You are invited to the upcoming Marine Science Day at San Diego State University’s (SDSU) Coastal Marine Institute Laboratory. Marine Science Day is a free showcase of SDSU’s marine lab facility and scientific research for the public and SDSU students. Throughout the day there will be interactive family-friendly activities, research talks given … Continue reading Marine Science Day – Continuing Education