Join us at this 2016 Dundee Science Festival and University of Dundee event in the atmospheric setting of the D’Arcy Thompson Zoology Museum. You'll learn more about projects that University of Dundee staff and students are doing to help marine conservation in the Southern Atlantic and Pacific oceans, and the survival of threatened species and environments around the world.
Featuring talks from the following University of Dundee staff and students.
Prof Terry Dawson - Large-Scale marine protect areas – what can they achieve for biodiversity, and do they work?
Rachael Hall - The environmental importance of mangroves
Dr Steve Hubbard - Students in the mist – vulnerability in tropical forest bird communities
For more information on the 2016 Dundee Science Festival. Please visit http://www.dundeesciencefestival.org