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Exotic Night and Day Life in San Francisco Bay — Public Lecture
Released: 7/28/1998

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U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey
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Reston, VA 20192
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Phone: 650-329-4008 | FAX: 650-329-4013

The exotic species of plant and animal life that have invaded San Francisco Bay are the topic of this Thursday’s free public lecture, sponsored by the U.S. Geological Survey in Menlo Park.

The slide-illustrated lecture will begin at 7 p.m., July 30, at the Menlo Park City Council Chambers, between Laurel and Alma Streets in central Menlo Park. It will be presented by USGS researchers Mary McGann and Janet Thompson.

Persons planning to attend the lecture are reminded that the USGS map sales office, at Linfield Drive and Homewood Place in Menlo Park, will be open until 7 p.m., July 30, to accommodate those who are not able to visit the facility during normal business hours.

Editors: Reporters are welcome to attend the lecture or to interview Thompson and McGann prior to the lecture. They may be reached at 650-329-4364 and 650-329-4979, respectively.

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