The Evolution and Diversity of Amphibians
Dave Blackburn studies the diversity, evolution, and conservation of Amphibians. In this Pritzker Lecture, he discusses the 3 major groups of amphibians – and highlights major themes and major discoveries for each of these groups. He is an assistant curator of Herpetology at California Academy of Sciences.
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Kyle Summers, PhD, talks about mimicry and monogamy in Peruvian poison frogs. Kyle Summers is a Professor in the Department of Biology at East Carolina University.
Dr. Luiz Rocha. Dr. Rocha's research interests center on the evolution, biogeography, and ecology of coral reef fishes. His overarching goal is to understand what drives the extremely high biodiversity found in tropical reefs.
This lecture features Terrance Gosliner, Senior Curator and Dean of Science and Research Collections for the Academy's Department of Invertebrate Zoology.
Academy invertebrate zoologist Dr. Rebecca Johnson, discusses her research on the astounding biology and diversity of nudibranchs (sea slugs)
A nature photographer and Nebraska native, Michael Forsberg shares his work documenting this vast landscape, its lakes, prairies along with its plants and animals.