FEBRUARY 16, 2018
Dr. Adrienne Correa
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
What is the talk about?
Hurricane Harvey dumped thirteen trillion gallons of rain on southeast Texas in August of 2017. Do extreme storm events like Harvey impact the coral reefs off Texas’ coast, in the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary? Dr. Correa shares ongoing research connecting the Gulf Coast, extreme weather, and reef ecosystems.
Supported by the Leon Jones Hot Science - Cool Talks Endowment. Registration opens three weeks prior to event.
About our presenter
Dr. Adrienne Correa
Adrienne Correa is on the faculty in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Rice University. She first learned to scuba dive in graduate school, while collecting invasive ants in the Hawaiian Islands. Adrienne's research turned to the ocean shortly thereafter, and today she explores the role of microbes in the health of coral reefs that are experiencing rapid environmental change. She serves on the Advisory Council for the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary, home to Texas’s own coral reefs. Her research and teaching take her to coral reefs around the world, including the Gulf of Mexico, Australia, Belize, Panama, and the South Pacific.
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Schedule & Location
|5:30-6:40 PM||Cool Activities||Hallways, San Jacinto Hall (SJH), UT Campus|
|7:00-8:154 PM||Talk||Multipurpose Room 207, San Jacinto Hall (SJH), UT Campus|
Parking & Directions
San Jacinto Hall (SJH), UT Campus
San Jacinto Hall (SJH) is located on 309 E. 21st Street. Attendees should park at the Brazos Garage (BRG), located at 210 E. MLK Boulevard, at the discounted rate of $4. Bring your parking ticket to the event. Parking staff will sell discounted parking passes from 5:30-7:15 p.m. at the event location.