Associate professor, Dr. Nann Fangue, will be presenting, "Conserving California's Imperiled Fishes: Finding Solutions through Physiological and Behavioral Studies." The presentation will take place from 5:30-7pm at the Tahoe Center for Environmental Sciences.
Our world is rapidly changing, including the coastal and inland waters. Conservation is
essential in order to preserve these areas and the fish that live there but water conservation
is a complex subject. Find out what is being done and the issues California’s coast and
inland waters are confronted with. Nann Fangue is an associate professor in the UC
Davis Fangue Laboratory Conservation Physiology in a Changing World, which focuses
on understanding physiological specializations that allow animals to survive and thrive in