Shining light on Deepwater Horizon impacts to the Florida Panhandle

Wednesday, December 4, 2019
1:00 pm CST – 4:00 pm CST

Pensacola Library, Meeting Room A
239 N Spring St.
Pensacola, FL 32502

Join us to learn more about the oil spill impacts to the Panhandle region of Florida. Our speakers will cover multiple topics from buried oil on the beaches, impacts of oil to loggerhead turtles, and seafood safety. It’s sure to be a great day of learning.

Attend  live-streaming online or in-person–Registration is free. Download flier to share here.

Guest speakers include the following:

  • Markus Huettel – Florida State University
  • Cheryl Lassitter – NOAA
  • Dianne Ingram – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services
  • Alissa Deming – Dauphin Island Sea Lab
  • Richard Snyder – Virginia Institute of Marine Science

Attend in person – Space is limited so we encourage that you register for this event. Please register here.

Live streaming information:

Attend online – We will be live-streaming this seminar. If you would like to receive an email reminder, please register here. Registration is not mandatory to watch the streaming feed.

The day of the event, use the following link to join the webinar:
Webinar ID: 690 099 514
Sound will stream automatically through your computer, or dial any of the following numbers: US: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 408 638 0968 or +1 669 900 6833
International numbers available:

Questions? Please contact Monica Wilson with UF/IFAS Florida Sea Grant at or 727.553.3516.

Featured photo: Tourists enjoy Pensacola Beach on a late afternoon in October 2018. (Tara Skelton)