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Berkeley biologist talk location changed

The talk at 7 p.m. Monday by biologist and herpetologist Tyrone Hayes, a University of California Berkeley professor who has studied how frogs act as an early warning system about pollution, has been moved to King Hall 110 at Minnesota State Univ...

The talk at 7 p.m. Monday by biologist and herpetologist Tyrone Hayes, a University of California Berkeley professor who has studied how frogs act as an early warning system about pollution, has been moved to King Hall 110 at Minnesota State University Moorhead.

He will discuss his findings and the risks facing the environment. Hayes will also discuss his research on the herbicide atrazine and how it may affect the environment and health.

The event is free and open to the public and is sponsored by the Dragon Entertainment Group.

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