Sex, Salmon and Grizzlies with Dr. Sherman Silber

Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2004
Time: 5:30PM
Open To: Public
Time Details: 5:30PM Members’ Meeting
6:00PM Cocktails
7:00PM Dinner
8:00PM Speaker
Location: Whittemore House (Fireplace Room)
6440 Forsyth Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63105


Dr. Silber will use both video and PowerPoint slides along with his talk about the migrations and mating behavior of salmon and grizzly bear of Alaska, from his own personal experience at his lodge over the last 20 some years. He will interweave his findings on the reproduction, sex life, and fertility of the wildlife. Then Dr. Silber will go into his research in sex chromosomes from the genome project, and how it explains the extinction of the dinosaurs, and in fact most mass extinctions. This talk will go into Dr. Silber’s experience with wildlife in the wilderness, his genetic research here at home, and also with what will be breaking news in May 2004 from his paper on extinction. Dr. Silber can also answer questions on his experience with Aboriginal peoples as unfolding drama of cultures and conflict related to his last Explorers Club talk.

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