Marine Life talk

Marine Life talks are listed below.


Marine Life Talks - no lecture in October

There is no Marine Life Talk this month (October).

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NOC Southampton Marine Life Talk: Mapping the uniqueness of some of the most unusual places on Earth

Marine Life Talk in Southampton – 4 July 2019

The Essential Guide To Rockpooling – speakers: Steve Trewhella and Julie Hatcher

The marine environment is a remarkable place – unfamiliar and a source of endless fascination. The rocky shore where land meets sea, its array of life ever-changing with the tides, offers us a chance to explore this mysterious world.

No Marine Life Talk on 6 June 2019

Unfortunately, due to unforeseen circumstances, there will not be a Marine Life Talk on 6 June.

The next talk will be:

4 July – The Essential Guide To Rockpooling – speakers: Steve Trewhella and Julie Hatcher

 

Marine Life Talk in Southampton – 2 May 2019

Seahorse image – Lockwood

The Beauty of Science

What makes something beautiful? Tom Anderson has been working in biological oceanography for the last 30 years, developing computer models to study the role of marine biology in the global carbon cycle. In this talk, Tom will explain why he finds science beautiful, providing a range of examples, especially from oceanography and his own scientific research.

Marine Life Talk in Southampton – 28 March 2019

Whale shark

Madagascar: a new hotspot for endangered whale sharks

Marine Life Talk in Southampton – 7 March 2019

Marine Life Talks

Ocean optimism: Is there really hope for our seas?

Marine Life Talk in Southampton – CANCELLED

Marine Life Talks

Unfortunately, due to unforseen circumstances the February Marine Life Talk, which was to be held this Thursday 7 February, will not take place.

Sorry to disappoint – next Marine Life Talk:

7 March 2019
Ocean optimism: Is there really hope for our seas?
Bryce D. Stewart, Department of Environment and Geography, University of York

 

Marine Life Talks in Southampton – 10 January 2019

Marine Life Talks

Essex Native Oyster Restoration Initiative. Putting the Oysters back into Essex – Matt Uttley

The Essex Native Oyster Restoration Initiative is an exciting collaboration, established in 2011, between oystermen, nature conservation organisations and UK Government, it is the largest marine restoration project by area in the UK.

Marine Life Talks in Southampton

Marine Life Talks

PLEASE NOTE THIS TALK WILL TAKE PLACE ON A WEDNESDAY FOR THIS MONTH ONLY

The Global Ocean Biodiversity Initiative: Helping governments meet their marine conservation obligations

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