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Coral Reef Geology and Mass Extinctions, Falls of the Ohio State Park
Start Date: 5/11/2019Start Time: 2:00 PM
End Date: 5/11/2019End Time: 4:00 PM
Event Description:
Corals have been on Earth for at least 485 million years. Ancient corals don't have descendants in today's ocean – they became extinct about 250 million years ago. Dr. Dominique Hansen will discuss how corals have changed over time and their lifestyle and needs today. How does human activity threaten coral reefs today? Will they go the way of the ancient corals?

Part of a series "Marine Life of Today and Yesterday."  Dr. Hansen is a graduate of James Cook University in Queensland, Australia, with extensive experience diving and researching coral reefs. Program free with regular admission. This program was scheduled in March, but rescheduled due to illness.

Location Information:
Falls of the Ohio State Park  (View Map)
201 W. Riverside Drive
Clarksville, IN 47129
Clark
Phone: (812) 280-9970
Contact Information:
Name: Alan Goldstein
Phone: 812-280-9970
Email: agoldstein@dnr.in.gov
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