For those who missed the lecture by John Williamson on “Hobart and Amundsen: An Antarctic Gateway Illusion?“, open this post to view it now on the RST YouTube channel.
View recording of the November 8th virtual lecture “Antarctic krill: What do the Southern Ocean’s charismatic “omega-fauna” eat, and how might they fare in a future high CO2 world?”
For those who missed the virtual lecture by lepidopterist Trevor Lambkin and QVMAG staff entitled “Butterfly Brilliance: The Lambkin-Knight Butterfly Collection” on October 25, 2020, view it now on our YouTube channel. Read more about the lecture here.
Click here to see the full list of recorded lectures available in our YouTube channel.
While COVID-19 pandemic restrictions apply, lectures will be online, delivered using Zoom. Lectures will be on Sunday afternoons at 3 pm (except where otherwise indicated). We hope that you will all find this a convenient and an enlightening way to spend a Sunday afternoon. As usual, there is something for everyone and everything of value and interest to inquiring minds of all persuasions.
Here is the calendar of speakers commencing in May. We look forward to seeing you. Your feedback is always welcome.
May 17: Dr Edward Doddridge on the oceanography of the Southern Ocean. [n.b. first Zoom online lecture; recording is available on the RST YouTube channel].
June 21: MR Banks medallist, Dr Eloise Foo. [n.b. recording is available on the RST YouTube channel]
August 2: MR Banks medallist, Associate Professor Arko Lucieer.
September 6: Clive Lord medallist – Professor Jamie Kirkpatrick.
October 4: Doctoral award winner – Dr Indrani Mukherjee.
November 8: Doctoral award winner – Dr Jessica Ericson.
November 30: Christmas Dinner Lecture by Dr John Williamson on Hobart’s Antarctic connection.