FIND ACTIVITIES

AMC offers COVID conscious opportunities to enjoy the outdoors locally, visit many of our lodges and campgrounds, and join virtual events and activities. Participants of all in-person events should bring and wear face coverings, expect social distancing, and changes to our usual practices. To support contact tracing and hands-free signing of the AMC liability waiver, online registration is required for all in person AMC events.

BeOnlineWithAMC - Macroinvertebrates & Fish in the Raritan Headwaters with with Maria Berezin

Date and Time

Tuesday, August 4, 2020, 12:00PM - 1:00PM

Location

Online,
New York, New York City,
NJ

Registration

Registration is required for this activity.

Overview

Discover the importance of macroinvertebrates and fishes as bioindicators of water quality health in this interactive discussion with a Watershed Scientist. Join Maria Berezin of Raritan Headwaters as she introduces us to the organization's mission to protect water sources and the lands that support them.  Maria will focus on the use fish populations to assess water quality and the impact of invasive aquatic organisms on food web structure. Maria Berezin has a Master's Degree in Environmental Science and prior to joining Raritan Headwaters has worked for the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife and the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. This is an ONLINE Meeting on the Zoom platform.  Zoom details are not published on this site for security.  Thanks for understanding. Complete the Eventbrite Registration and you will receive dial in details, including password, in your email confirmation.   AMC Trip Policy (http://www.outdoors.org/volunteers-resources/trip-policy)

AMC Trip Policy

Cost

Free

Related Link(s):

Register on Eventbrite
More about Raritan Headwaters

Brook Trout Bucket

Activity

Conservation

Offered By

N.Y. - North Jersey

Status

Open

Nearby AMC Destination

AMC NYC Office

Difficulty

Easy

Audience

Adults (18+)


Leader


(Email this person.)


Leader



Co-Leader



Maria has a Master's Degree in Environmental Science from Drexel University. Prior to joining Raritan Headwaters, she worked as a fisheries technician for New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, and for the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. Maria studied marine ecosystems both with Rutgers University Marine Field Station and in her time as an undergraduate with Stockton University.