Tuesday, 21st March 2023, 6:30-9pm on University of Exeter’s Penryn Campus. Register your interest via Eventbrite.
Join us for an evening with four scientists at the forefront of marine and coastal research in Cornwall and further afield.
Exeter Marine in association with CRaB CLAWS and the Cornwall Science Community
Join us for an evening with four scientists at the forefront of marine and coastal research in Cornwall and further afield. There will be an opportunity to hear about their research, to find out more about community engagement and activities central to their projects, and to ask questions during a discussion with the panel of scientists.
The evening’s events will be led by Professor Brendan Godley (Professor of Conservation Science, University of Exeter) and Dr. Roger Wood (Senior Lecturer in Science, Biodiversity and Conservation Education, Scientist-At-Large with CRaB CLAWS: Conservation, Rewilding and Biodiversity Communities Leading Action for Wildlife Survival, and Project Officer with the Cornwall Science Community).
- Dr. Sarah Nelms: Lecturer in Marine Vertebrate Ecology and Conservation at the University of Exeter. The impacts of plastic pollution on marine vertebrates
- Tom Horton: Postdoctoral Researcher at the University of Exeter. The return of Atlantic bluefin tuna to the United Kingdom
- Professor Martin Stevens: Professor of Sensory and Evolutionary Ecology at the University of Exeter. Behaviour, coloration, and survival in a changing world
- Dr. Ian Hendy: Senior Lecturer and Researcher in Coastal Ecosystems at the University of Portsmouth. Connecting the restoration dots: what are the missing blue-green gaps?
Do get in touch with any questions!