David Klein | Saturday, 26 January 2013 - Saturday, 2 February 2013
Dr. Klein traveled to Florida State University (FSU) in Tallahassee, Florida to work with members of the Department of Biological Sciences. He presented a talk entitled "Red and Arctic Fox Predation on Colonial Nesting Seabirds in a Changing Climate on Alaska's Bering Sea Islands" to faculty and graduate students. Dr. Klein also presented a BIOSCOPES webinar on "Climate Change Effects on the Ecology of Wildlife in the Alaskan Arctic and Sub-Arctic". This webinar serves as part of a secondary teacher professional development program that is run out of FSU for all Florida science teachers at the secondary level.
In the latter part of Dr. Klein's tour, he met with FSU biologists and visited local national forests and wildlife refuges with faculty members of the Department of Biological Sciences.
For a more detailed description of his tour, please download Dr. Klein's itinerary located below.