In the darkest time of year comes an enlightening lecture series from leading science workers, in pursuit of advancing knowledge in Tasmania.
Session 1 Wed July 5 7.30 pm
Future seas: climate change and the world’s marine ecosystems – A/Prof Gretta Pecl, University of Tasmania
Blue revolution: innovative food production for a sustainable future – Prof Stewart Frusher, University of Tasmania
Session 2 Wed 19 July 7.30 pm
Past oceans: an insight to future changes – Dr Taryn Noble, University of Tasmania
The future of sea level: how fast, how much? – Prof Matt King, University of Tasmania
Session 3 Wed 2 Aug 7.30 pm
Coral reefs in the anthropocene: what does the future hold? – Prof Terry Hughes, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University
Geoengineering the planet: can we, should we try to offset global climate change? – Prof Philip Boyd, University of Tasmania
*Images captured during October 2016 Coral Bleaching Research Cruise led by Prof Andrew Baird on board James Cook University Research Vessel James Kirby. Surveys conducted from Mackay – Townsville region with fellow researchers Hugo Harrison, Mariana Alvarez, and Tane Sinclair-Taylor.