Ali Stevens is a naturalist, an environmental educator, and a marine lecturer, who has studied the effects of climate change and pollution on the mollusks and crustaceans of the Great South Bay. She has a fascinating story to tell us about the effects of Hurricane Sandy on the shellfish of the Great South Bay.
Rescheduled Holiday Party
The Annual LIAS Holiday Party in December for members was cancelled due to inclement weather. At our meeting on Jan. 19 we will choose a new date for our annual event.
As part of our ongoing release of LIAS Library books, this month we offer Handbook of Tropical Aquarium Fishes, a true classic. It wll be auctioned at the meeting.
Getting to Know You
Click here to fill out our "Getting to Know You" form. You'll get free raffle tickets for our next club meeting raffle! And you'll help us all get to know each other better. Thanks!
LIAS Meetings are held at SUNY Stony Brook's Maritime Science area. Room 120 in Endeavor Hall on the State University at Stony Brook Campus, Stony Brook, NY 11790
West onto South Drive off of Nicolls Road (County Rd 97). At the light, make a right onto Marburger Drive and then make the next right (the street has no name but there are signs indicating that you are near the Marine Sciences buildings). Follow the road all the way to the back and you will see three buildings - Discovery, Challenger and Endeavour – the last one is Endeavour Hall.
For more information, see this map on the SUNY Stony Brook website.