Join us on Thursday, March 14, 7-9PM at the SOU Science Auditorium for the annual Monument Research Symposium hosted by Friends of the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument. Come learn about recently conducted fieldwork within the Monument from both students and professional scientists. Attendees can park on the street around the Science Auditorium, or pay for parking in the SOU lots. Please note the closest pay meter is located on Mountain Street, down the hill from the auditorium.
We will be conducting a raffle to raise funds for the Friends Research Fund, a grant program that supports student research in the Monument. Refreshment will be served. We hope to see you there!
7:00-7:10: Welcome & Introduction by Ellie Thompson, Board Member, Friends of Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, and Charlie Schelz, BLM Ecologist
7:10-7:30: Student Researcher: Dylan Carlini (U of O), Faculty Advisor: Jad D’Allura. Geology of the Western and High Cascades
7:35-7:55: Student Research: Emily Lind (SOU), Faculty Advisor: Stewart Janes. Morphology and vocalizations of the Oregon Vesper Sparrow subspecies
8:00-8:20: Student Researchers: Neil Clayton & Alec Bayarsky (SOU), Advisor: Jamie Trammell. Describing American Pika (Ochotona princeps) distribution in the CSNM
8:25-8:45: Keynote Researcher: John Villella (Siskiyou BioSurvey). Lichen communities of white oak in the Klamath-Siskiyou region
8:45-8:50: New Discoveries in the Monument by Ellie Thompson, Board Member, FCSNM
8:50-9:00: Closing Remarks & Raffle Drawing