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  1. This is the May 7 lecture from the 2013 SNARL lecture series. Dr. Jonathan Bourne is an M.D. at Mammoth Hospital in Mammoth Lakes, CA and a mushroom hunter and enthusiast. There are some questions and answers at the end of the lecture. You can't hear the questions but you can infer what they are from the detailed responses.

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  2. By John D. Geyer, Certified Geothermal Designer. This is the first lecture (April 30) in the SNARL 2013 Lecture Series and was co-sponsored by the High Sierra Energy Foundation. Apologies for the slight audio hum and some focus issues. We will do better next week.

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  3. This is the final lecture in the 2012 SNARL lecture series recorded June 12, 2012. Sherry Lisius is a Wildlife Biologist with the Bureau of Land Management in Bishop, CA formerly with the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest in Bridgeport, CA.

    The sound is missing from the first 60 seconds of the lecture. Please stick with it and the sound will come in.

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  4. This is the June 5 lecture in the 2012 SNARL lecture series. Dr. Brown is retired from the Dept. of Physiological Sciences, UCLA and consults on bat conservation and mine closure.

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  5. This is the May 29, 2012 lecture from the SNARL Lecture Series. There is a short glitch at the beginning of the lecture but it plays fine after that.

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SNARL

Carol Blanchette

This channel features content from the Sierra Nevada Aquatic Research Laboratory (SNARL), a unit in the University of CA Natural Reserve System, administered by UCSB. Content may include lectures and other material of interest to Reserve users and supporters.

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