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Olympia: Moss As An Indicator of Air Pollution

Location: Washington State Capitol Museum Coach House
211 21st Avenue SW, Olympia, WA 98501
Sarah Jovan

Sarah Jovan, PhD, is a Research Ecologist and Lichen Indicator Advisor for U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, Portland, OR. Absorbent and rootless, moss and lichen are regularly employed as indicators of air pollution in European cities, but environmental scientists in the United States are just starting to take advantage of this indicator. Jovan will share some of her work with us.

For more information, go to Washington Native Plant Society

Later Event: May 18
Endangered Species Day