Year of the Sea Lecture Series now available online
Following the success of the 'Year of the Sea' marine science lectures (sponsored by the Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon, Energy and Environment), we are pleased to announce that the lectures are all now available online.
Presented by leading marine scientists, all internationally recognised experts in their respective fields, the lectures examined the diversity of life in our oceans and showed how research is addressing areas of current concern.
This is a great opportunity to watch your favourite lecture again, or catch up with those you missed.
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Life inside Antarctic and Arctic pack ice - a talk by David Thomas at MOSTYN on 27 September 2018
The ecology and management of marine aliens - a talk by Stuart Jenkins at MOSTYN on 11 October 2018
Sustainable farming of the sea – from global to local - a talk by Lewis LeVay at MOSTYN on 25 October 2018
Tides, snowballs and evolution - a talk by Mattias Green at MOSTYN on 8 November 2018
The acoustic world of marine mammals - a talk by Line Cordes at MOSTYN on 22 November 2018
Exploring and learning from the most remote coral reefs on Earth - a talk by Gareth Williams at MOSTYN on 6 December 2018
Art, Aesthetics, Architecture and Algae - a talk by David Thomas at MOSTYN on 13 December 2018