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2015 Winter Lecture Series

The Presence of Endocrine Disrupting Compounds, Pharmaceuticals, and Personal Care Products on the Baca and Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuges

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by Laura Archuleta
Environmental Contaminants Specialist
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service

7 PM, Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Room 130 Porter Hall

Adams State University

The lecture will describe the results of recent investigations of pharmaceuticals and personal care product chemicals that humans have introduced into the waters at the Baca and Monte Vista National Wildlife Refuges.

About the Speaker

Laura Archuleta has over 17 years of experience working with numerous partners throughout the state. She has worked on various projects, including abandoned mine land reclamation, water-quality issues, natural resource damage assessment, habitat and watershed restoration, hazardous materials spill response, and pesticide, pharmaceutical, and person care product contamination. Laura has a B.S. degree, cum laude, from Colorado State University in wildlife biology, and in her "spare time" raises Nigerian Dwarf dairy goats.

 

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