Dauphin Island Sea Lab Foundation

 

Mailing Address:

PO Box 82151

Mobile, AL  36689

251-307-5903

Office Located at 4513 Old Shell Road Suite 2

 

 
 

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Dauphin Island Sea Lab Foundation

Marine Environmental Awards Luncheon

November 6, 2019

 

The Battlehouse Hotel Moonlight Ballroom

 

Name____________________________________

Email Address_____________________________________

 

Phone________________________________________

 

I would like to make a reservation for _____________ at $50 each

 

 I would like to reserve ___________table(s) for 8 at  $400 or a table for 10 at $500.

 

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Print this form and mail check to :

DISLF

PO Box 82151

Mobile, AL  36689

 

 

 

 

Marine Environmental Awards Luncheon

Wednesday, November 6

Battlehouse Hotel

Moonlight Ballroom

Doors open at 11:00 am

Luncheon 11:30 till 1:00

 

Awardees:

Jimbo Meador

and 

Thompson Engineering Eco Team

 

$50 per Ticket

$400 for a table of 8

$500 for a table of 10

 

 

 

 

Edie Widder to speak at the DISL Foundation Luncheon

Dr. Edie Widder
Dr. Edie Widder

Edith Widder is a deep-sea explorer and MacArthur Fellow who combines expertise in oceanographic research and technological innovation with a commitment to reversing the worldwide trend of marine ecosystem degradation. She received her undergraduate degree in Biology from Tufts University and her MS in Biochemistry and PhD in Neurobiology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Two years after completing her Ph.D., Dr. Widder became certified as a Scientific Research Pilot for Atmospheric Diving Systems.

A specialist in bioluminescence (the light chemically produced by many ocean organisms), she has been a leader in helping to design and invent new submersible instrumentation, and equipment to enable unobtrusive deep-sea observations. Her innovations have produced footage of rare sharks, jellyfish, and crustaceans, as well as led to the discovery of a new species of large squid and made the first ever recordings of the giant squid, Architeuthis, in its natural habitat. In 2005, in order to help protect the ocean she loves, Widder co-founded the Ocean Research & Conservation Association, a not-for-profit dedicated to the study and protection of marine ecosystems and the species they sustain through development of innovative technologies and science-based conservation action.