A Field Trip in the White Mountains with the California GLORIA Project
Join us for a fun and educational stay at Crooked Creek Research Station (University of California, White Mountain Research Center) at 10,200 ft.
About us: The international GLORIA project (Global Observation & Research Initiative in Alpine Environments) monitors alpine plants at risk from climate change at the tops of the world’s highest mountains.
This year, the California GLORIA field crew is holding an open-invitation field trip. Interested parties are encouraged to come join us and learn about the alpine environment. Educational walks, hiking tours, and lectures will be led by some of the scientists who know the White Mountains best.
Field Trip Leaders: Adelia Barber, Jim & Catie Bishop, Chris Kopp, Connie Millar, Jan Nachlinger, Tim Forsell, & Dylan Neubauer
Sat July 20th - Wed July 24th
Wed July 24th - Sun July 28th
The Full GLORIA Experience
Sat July 20th – Sun July 28th
Lodging: Accommodations are at the UC White Mountain Research Center’s Crooked Creek Research Station, a lovely high elevation mountain lodge surrounded by ancient bristlecone & limber pines. Three delicious meals a day are included.
Cost: Prices range from $60-$85/night per person depending on room type (shared room, private room with shared bath, or private room with private bath). Please see our website and the attached flyer for details!
Full Details: http://www.gloriacalifornia.org
Additional questions or to register contact: Adelia Barber at firstname.lastname@example.org
Published: Monday, April 08, 2013