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Museum of South Texas Speaker Series – Long-term Impacts of Flooding

This session focuses on the after effects of flooding on South Texas and Northeastern Mexico. Scientists Patricia Feria and Katherine Brown, both invasive species and vector borne disease specialists, will discuss how local inhabitants can mitigate against the hazards of diseases and other potential calamities that grow from natural disasters.

Panelists: Dr. Katherine Brown, Teresa Feria Arroyo Ph.D, Alexis Racelis Ph.D

This is the second panel in a three-part collaborative series between MOSTHistory and Planet Texas, a University of Texas research center dedicated to the rigorous study of climate change.

The presentation will be aired on Facebook Live. Recordings are available on the museum’s portal and Facebook page.

Date/Time
Jul 25, 2021
2:00 pm

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