EcoLogik Workshops

 

With the help of our project partners, we are excited to reach new audiences with the EcoLogik Project and extend the role of Cabrillo National Monument as a STEM leader in our community. In accordance with this mission, we are offering four specialty workshops throughout the year to teach our nature + technology curriculum. We hope you can join us!  

These workshops are offered free of charge, we just ask that you register below.

Limit 30 individuals per workshop. Minimum age - 8 years old.

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Biomimetic Loggers: December 9, 2017

Come learn how to create a temperature data collecting device using a Raspberry Pi. With a brief introduction into Python and basic coding, you will be shown how ambient and internal temperature varies for organisms and why this matters for animals living in the Rocky Intertidal Ecosystem. 

Time: 1-3 pm Location: Innovation Lab (330 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101 - 3rd Floor) 

 
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3D Cabrillo: February 10, 2018

Bring the rocky intertidal indoors by creating 3D printed biomodels. Using free software, you will learn how to fully render an object digitally, and edit the model for print in any location. In the end, you will become a scientific illustrator by painting your own 3D printed octopus.

Time: 1-3 pm Location: Innovation Lab (330 Park Blvd, San Diego, CA 92101 - 3rd Floor) 

 
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Investigate Biodiversity: May 12, 2018

Become a citizen scientist by illustrating the high biodiversity of Cabrillo National Monument through iNaturalist, a digital application used across the globe. Learn the significance of genetic and species biodiversity, and what you can do to conserve our natural landscapes. 

Time: 1-3 pm Location: Cabrillo NM (1800 Cabrillo Memorial Dr., San Diego, CA 92106) 

 
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Explore Telemetry: August 11, 2018

Discover how space can impact the species in our ecosystem in a multitude of ways. Unearth how scientists continue to monitor animal movement by getting the opportunity to track animals with radio telemetry and interpret what those locations mean to the animal populations that call the park home. 

Time: 1-3 pm Location: Cabrillo NM (1800 Cabrillo Memorial Dr., San Diego, CA 92106)