The Timucuan Ecological and Historic Preserve soon will send out a call for proposals for students to conduct scientific, historic, or archeological research within or near the preserve.
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The 8th Timucuan Science and History Symposium will be held at the historic Ribault Club on Fort George Island. Student researchers who have conducted scientific, historic, or archeological research within or near the Timucuan Preserve will present 15-minute papers or display posters about their topic.
This is an opportunity to communicate, collaborate, and engage with others who are conducting research in the preserve or to learn more about the ecological issues and historical events that have occurred in the area.
Check back in November for details on registration, which is $35, and includes lunch. This event is open to the public and is presented by the National Park Service.