As part of its World Ocean Day celebrations, the Frost Science Museum will delve into the environmental factors impacting Biscayne Bay during a unique Virtual LIVE@Frost Science forum. The live session, Biscayne Bay Recovery: Challenges & Opportunities, will explore how the ecosystem is handling climate change from 3 to 4 p.m. on June 8.
The presentation by the Miami Downtown Development Authority plans to educate participants on the methods researchers and scientists implement to protect coastlines and save coral reefs and marine life.
With oceans playing such a critical part in the South Florida ecosystem, Frost Science will be hosting various exhibits and online education classes during June.
At the museum, attendees can meet the conservationists working with the science center to study how fish behavior, artificial reefs and ocean health are impacted by climate change. Other topics to be discussed include boating, seashells, coral restoration, protecting beaches, water quality testing and plankton. The special presentations will last from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on June 6.
For more information, visit FrostScience.org.