USGS public lecture looks at a very lonely jaguar on March 25

by Contributed Content on March 23, 2021

The USGS Public Lecture Series is back and it’s virtual! Next up is A Jaguar’s Field of Dreams on Thursday, March 25th at 7:00 pm.

Before clicking on the live stream link provided below, please make sure you read these tips on how to watch on your desktop or mobile device. 

 Click on this live stream link to join via Microsoft Teams @ 7:00 pm.


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Edward A. Sullivan, III March 25, 2021 at 8:58 pm

Laura M. Norman’s presentation was well worth the small inconvenience of the technical issues with Microsoft Teams. My thanks to Dr. Norman, the moderator and the collaboration platform wranglers.

The environmental benefits of of the rock retention structures reminded me of investigations of the hydraulic engineering of the Nabateans in the vicinity of the City of Petra, read either in or connected to Nelson Glueck’s Rivers in the Desert: A History of the Negev: Being an Illustrated Account of Discoveries in a Frontierland of Civilization, which I must have read 50! years or more ago…

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