Texas Natural History in the 21st Century Book Signing, Presentation, and Gallery Tour Museum of Texas Tech University 3301 4th Street
Texas Natural History in the 21st Century Book Signing, Presentation, and Gallery Tour
Museum of Texas Tech University
3301 4th Street
Tuesday, September 13th
7 – 9pm
In collaboration with Texas Tech University Press, the Natural Science Research Laboratory (NSRL) is hosting a book signing event on Tuesday, September 13, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Museum’s Helen DeVitt Jones Sculpture Court and Auditorium. The event will include a presentation, Texas Natural History in the 21st Century, followed by light refreshments and a gallery tour of Biodiversity on the Llano Estacado. The book, Texas Natural History in the 21st Century, authored by David J. Schmidly, Robert D. Bradley, and Lisa C. Bradley will be available for purchase for $45+ tax.
Texas Natural History in the 21st Century is an all-encompassing compilation about the influence of human-dominated changes in landscapes and land uses that have influenced the state’s wildlife fauna, emphasizing mammals, over the past 120 years with predictions for the remainder of the 21st century. Dr. David J. Schmidly is an accomplished Zoologist and Mammologist, and a past president of Texas Tech. Dr. Robert J. Bradley is Professor of Biological Sciences and Director and Curator of Mammals of the Natural Science Research Laboratory (NSRL). Lisa C. Bradley is a research associates of the NSRL and production editor of two of the Museum’s publication series.
The NSRL is a division of the Museum that houses the natural history collection which includes mammal, birds, invertebrates, radioactive, and genetic resources. The NSRL conducts active research in a variety of areas such as animal-borne diseases, climate change, parasites, and habitat loss.
(Tuesday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
MUSEUM OF TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY
3301 4th Street