Cornell University

This is a past event. Its details are archived for historical purposes.

The contact information may no longer be valid.

Please visit our current events listings to look for similar events by title, location, or venue.

Deep Sea Fishing: A Mirror to a Fragile Ecosystem

Sunday, March 26, 2017 at 1:00pm to 3:00pm

Museum of the Earth
1259 Trumansburg Rd, Ithaca, NY 14850, USA

Talks by Michael Rivkin and Dr. Bruce Monger

March 26 | 1 - 3 pm | Museum of the Earth

Included with admission | Free for members

In connection with our temporary exhibition, Into the Depths: Marine Paintings by Stanley Meltzoff, game fish author Michael Rivkin and Cornell University EAS Professor Dr. Bruce Monger will talk about topics related to fish. These talks will combine art and science by connecting Meltzoff’s art with conservation efforts in deep sea ecosystems.

Mr. Rivkin will present a talk on the history of deep sea sport fishing and Dr. Monger will discuss the impacts of climate change on oceans, touching on a broad range of impacts (primary production, coral reefs, and shifts in the distribution of fish population).

Google Calendar iCal Outlook
Event Type

Exhibit, Special Event, Presentation, Exhibition





Regular admission, free for members



Contact E-Mail

Contact Name

Marissa Zuckerman


Dr. Bruce Monger and Michael Rivkin

Speaker Affiliation

Cornell University

Disability Access Information

Wheelchair accessible

Open To


Recent Activity