The lecture is the first in a new series that will take place the third Thursday of every month at the Ocean Plaza Beach Resort. Dr. Frischer’s lecture will be preceded by a wine and cheese reception at 6 p.m. in the Dolphin Reef Bar, and dinner will be served in the Dolphin Reef main dining room at 6:30 p.m.
Dr. Frishcer is in the midst of a National Science Foundation-funded project examining the effects of rising temperatures on the marine ecosystem. His lecture will focus on how newly released nutrients that have been locked in the Arctic tundra for years are impacting the food web and ocean life. During his interesting and visual presentation, Dr. Frischer will describe what it’s like to live and work in Barrow, Alaska, one of the coldest places on the planet, where you have to be concerned about both the sub-zero temperatures and polar bears to get the job done.
These monthly Coastal Ecology Dinner Lectures will take place at the Dolphin Reef Oceanfront Restaurant at the same time every month and will feature topics affecting coastal ecology. The lectures will be given by distinguished experts in the field but presented in terminology everyone can understand. Dolphin Reef’s standard dinner menu will be offered.
Whether it’s for weddings, business and association meetings, or family vacations, the Ocean Plaza Beach Resort is the perfect venue and offers a variety of packages and specials to choose from. Ocean Plaza’s award-winning restaurant, the Dolphin Reef Oceanfront Restaurant and Bar, serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
There has been a resort hotel continuously operating on the Ocean Plaza Resort property for more than 120 years. The property is located on Tybee Island, about 20 minutes east of historic downtown Savannah. For more information on the Ocean Plaza Beach Resort, call (912) 786-7777, email email@example.com or visit www.oceanplaza.com.
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