The Philippines: The Apex of the Coral Triangle
Presented by Lynn Funkhouser
Wednesday, January 23, 2019
1:00 pm EST

Please join us on January 23rd for a webinar provided by Chicago member Lynn Funkhouser, entitled:  The Philippines: The Apex of the Coral Triangle.
Scientists have declared the Philippines the most diverse in the world. Lynn will introduce you to the scientists and show some of the amazingly beautiful and bizarre critters that inhabit the Philippine seas.
We hope that you will attend. To learn more and to register, click here!
Lynn Funkhouser was inducted into the inaugural Women Divers Hall of Fame, 2000, which includes pioneers, leaders, innovators and world record holders in the international diving community. Lynn is an internationally published photographer, author, lecturer, ocean advocate, adventuress, and leader in dive travel. She specializes in underwater, nature, travel, and environmental images.
Lynn has been diving and photographing in the Philippines 2-3 months a year, every year since 1975, diving over 264 islands. Lynn was a consultant on the John G. Shedd Aquarium of Chicago's spectacular permanent WILD REEF exhibit, a $49 million USD, 1,500 new sq. ft., 8 years in the making, Apo Island,
Philippines exhibit. As an environmentalist, Lynn is committed to making a difference on this planet through her images and presentations.


Understanding the Role and Contributions of Women in Geography
April 2, 2019 from 9:30 am-4:00 pm
Library of Congress, Kluge Center

This all day meeting will kick off with a discussion of the contributions women have made to the field of geography and inspire participants to contribute to strengthening the role of women in geography today.  Check back for more information.

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