UCSC KRAW LECTURE: WHAT SEALS CAN TEACH US ABOUT RISK AND REWARD IN THE OPEN OCEAN, JAN 19, 5:30PM

Marine mammals undertake some of the most extraordinary migrations on the planet to eat and avoid being eaten. They make behavioral decisions based on the ecology of their prey and predators, all while keeping within the confines of their physiological limits. By attaching electronic instruments to seals, Assistant Professor Roxanne Beltran explores predator-prey interactions in the open ocean, and their implications for ocean health. Register HERE for the virtual event.