Join intern coordinator Nina Sassano and Adopt-A-Wetland Coordinator Luke Roberson for a virtual lab where they’ll study a fouling community and test water quality. What in the world is a fouling community? Fouling communities are found in different coastal waterways and ecosystems. They may consist of barnacles, sea squirts, sea spiders and many other organisms growing on pilings, docks and under boats. The varieties and abundance of these animals can tell us a lot about the health of the surrounding ecosystem. Volunteers around Georgia help collect fouling plates and water quality data as part of the Adopt-A-Wetland program. Learn more during the program about how you can become an Adopt-A-Wetland volunteer!
Register for this event
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the event. Contact Kayla Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Adult supervision is required for virtual programs. We encourage participants to send in questions about program topics ahead of time using this online form. Additional downloadable activities to do at home will be available on this page on the day of the program.
Benthic Plate Protocol
Marine Invertebrate Matching Game
Tune in every Tuesday at 11 a.m. for classes on different topics. For a schedule of upcoming classes visit our event calendar at gacoast.uga.edu/events.