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Media Advisory: Great Fishes of the Gulf of Mexico Topic of Lecture by Southern Miss Biologist PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Contact Charmaine Williams Schmermund, 228.865.4573   

TO: News editors, directors

WHAT: The College of Science and Technology at The University of Southern Mississippi Gulf Coast and the Sun Herald present the lecture “Great Fishes of the Gulf of Mexico: in Peril?” by Jim Franks

WHERE: Mary C. O’Keefe Cultural Center in Ocean Springs

WHEN: Thursday, July 16, at 7 p.m.

SPECIFICS: Franks, a senior fisheries biologist with the university’s Center for Fisheries Research and Development at the Gulf Coast Research Laboratory, will share his perspective on apparent declines of stocks of big fishes such as marlins, tunas and sharks. He will also discuss the critical need for scientific knowledge required for management, conservation and sustainability.

Issues + Answers lectures are free and open to the public. The Mary C. O’Keefe Cultural Center is located at 1600 Government Street in Ocean Springs.

CONTACT: Southern Miss Marketing and Public Relations at 228.865.4573.

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